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domingo, 28 de setembro de 2014

NASA WEB ·At Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility, a granite plaque marks the spot where space shuttle Discovery's nose gear came to a stop at the conclusion of STS-133, the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program.

At Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility, a granite plaque marks the spot where space shuttle Discovery's nose gear came to a stop at the conclusion of STS-133, the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program. Permanent reminders indicate where on the runway the orbiters Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis stopped rolling as each finished its last mission in 2011. In addition to the granite markers, which are installed alongside the runway, there are etchings in the grooved concrete along the runway's centerline to mark each wheelstop. The etchings and markers were created and installed by local artist Chad Stout of C Spray Glass Blasting in Cocoa, Fla. 03/08/2013

Foto: At Kennedy Space Center's Shuttle Landing Facility, a granite plaque marks the spot where space shuttle Discovery's nose gear came to a stop at the conclusion of STS-133, the final flight of the Space Shuttle Program. Permanent reminders indicate where on the runway the orbiters Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis stopped rolling as each finished its last mission in 2011. In addition to the granite markers, which are installed alongside the runway, there are etchings in the grooved concrete along the runway's centerline to mark each wheelstop. The etchings and markers were created and installed by local artist Chad Stout of C Spray Glass Blasting in Cocoa, Fla.     03/08/2013

NASA WEB · This closeup shows the words of the plaque unveiled Jan. 29, 2004, that was dedicated in memory of the orbiter Columbia and her seven-member crew who were lost in the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, as they returned to Earth from mission STS-107. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team in the “Columbia room,” a permanent repository in the Vehicle Assembly Building of the debris collected in the aftermath of the accident. 01/29/2004

This closeup shows the words of the plaque unveiled Jan. 29, 2004, that was dedicated in memory of the orbiter Columbia and her seven-member crew who were lost in the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, as they returned to Earth from mission STS-107. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team in the “Columbia room,” a permanent repository in the Vehicle Assembly Building of the debris collected in the aftermath of the accident. 01/29/2004

Foto: This closeup shows the words of the plaque unveiled Jan. 29, 2004, that was dedicated in memory of the orbiter Columbia and her seven-member crew who were lost in the tragic accident Feb. 1, 2003, as they returned to Earth from mission STS-107. The dedication of the plaque was made in front of the 40-member preservation team in the “Columbia room,” a permanent repository in the Vehicle Assembly Building of the debris collected in the aftermath of the accident.    01/29/2004

NASA WEB · Shown upside down to read the names, this plaque commemorating the STS-107 Space Shuttle Columbia crew now looks over the Mars landscape after the successful landing and deployment of the Mars Exploration Rover “Spirit” Jan. 4 onto the red planet. The plaque, mounted on the high-gain antenna, is shown while the rover underwent final checkout March 28, 2003, in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at KSC. 01/06/200

Shown upside down to read the names, this plaque commemorating the STS-107 Space Shuttle Columbia crew now looks over the Mars landscape after the successful landing and deployment of the Mars Exploration Rover “Spirit” Jan. 4 onto the red planet. The plaque, mounted on the high-gain antenna, is shown while the rover underwent final checkout March 28, 2003, in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at KSC. 01/06/2004

Foto: Shown upside down to read the names, this plaque commemorating the STS-107 Space Shuttle Columbia crew now looks over the Mars landscape after the successful landing and deployment of the Mars Exploration Rover “Spirit” Jan. 4 onto the red planet. The plaque, mounted on the high-gain antenna, is shown while the rover underwent final checkout March 28, 2003, in the Payload Hazardous Servicing Facility at KSC.      01/06/2004

NASA WEB ·STS-119/Discovery Mission Crew Poster. 03/15/09 - 03/28/09

STS-119/Discovery Mission Crew Poster. 03/15/09 - 03/28/09

Foto: STS-119/Discovery Mission Crew Poster.    03/15/09 - 03/28/09

NASA WEB · STS-123/Endeavour Mission Crew Poster. 3/11/08 - 3/26/08

STS-123/Endeavour Mission Crew Poster. 3/11/08 - 3/26/08

Foto: STS-123/Endeavour Mission Crew Poster.   3/11/08 - 3/26/08

NASA WEB · STS-122/Atlantis Mission Crew Poster. 2/7/08 - 2/20/08

STS-122/Atlantis Mission Crew Poster. 2/7/08 - 2/20/08

Foto: STS-122/Atlantis Mission Crew Poster.   2/7/08 - 2/20/08

NASA WEB · ITALY-Happy birthday to ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano (27 September 1976)

Happy birthday to ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano (27 September 1976)

Foto: Happy birthday to ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano (27 September 1976)

NASA WEB ·STS-124/Discovery Crew Mission Poster. 5/31/08 - 6/14/08

STS-124/Discovery Crew Mission Poster. 5/31/08 - 6/14/08

Foto: STS-124/Discovery Crew Mission Poster.    5/31/08 - 6/14/08

NASA WEB · Happy birthday to Romanian cosmonaut Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu (27 September 1952), who flew in space in 1981 on Soyuz 40. —

Happy birthday to Romanian cosmonaut Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu (27 September 1952), who flew in space in 1981 on Soyuz 40. —
Foto: Happy birthday to Romanian cosmonaut Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu (27 September 1952), who flew in space in 1981 on Soyuz 40.

NASA WEB ·One of the most impressive impact structures on Mars: Hooke crater on the northern edge of the 1800 km-wide Argyre basin, excavated in a giant collision about 4 billion years ago. This image from ESA's Mars Express, taken 20 April 2014.

One of the most impressive impact structures on Mars: Hooke crater on the northern edge of the 1800 km-wide Argyre basin, excavated in a giant collision about 4 billion years ago. This image from ESA's Mars Express, taken 20 April 2014. 

Foto: One of the most impressive impact structures on Mars: Hooke crater on the northern edge of the 1800 km-wide Argyre basin, excavated in a giant collision about 4 billion years ago. This image from ESA's Mars Express, taken 20 April 2014. Hi res at http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2014/09/Hooke_crater_in_Argyre_basin

NASA WEB · We are throwing back to 1957 on this glorious Thursday! Who has the best caption for this photo?

We are throwing back to 1957 on this glorious Thursday! Who has the best caption for this photo?

Foto: We are throwing back to 1957 on this glorious Thursday! Who has the best caption for this photo?

NASA WEB · RETRO SPACE IMAGE DISCS - - Support this Page - Cape Image of the Day - I remember the "Cape is Green" theme prior to STS-26.

RETRO SPACE IMAGE DISCS -  - Support this Page - Cape Image of the Day - I remember the "Cape is Green" theme prior to STS-26.

Foto: RETRO SPACE IMAGE DISCS - www.retrospaceimages.com  - Support this Page - Cape Image of the Day - I remember the "Cape is Green" theme prior to STS-26.

NASA WEB ·El viernes 26 de septiembre de 2014 busca la Luna tan pronto se oculte es Sol. Aproximadamente a partir de las 20:00 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la encontrarás y tan pronto oscurezca lo suficiente, observarás su luz cenicienta. La Luna creciente esboza una delgada sonrisa sobre el horizonte oeste después del atardecer y la Tierra ilumina sutilmente el resto de su cara. Con unos prismáticos o binoculares verás los mares en el lado oscuro de la Luna. Han transcurrido pocos días desde la Luna Nueva.

El viernes 26 de septiembre de 2014 busca la Luna tan pronto se oculte es Sol. Aproximadamente a partir de las 20:00 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la encontrarás y tan pronto oscurezca lo suficiente, observarás su luz cenicienta. La Luna creciente esboza una delgada sonrisa sobre el horizonte oeste después del atardecer y la Tierra ilumina sutilmente el resto de su cara. Con unos prismáticos o binoculares verás los mares en el lado oscuro de la Luna. Han transcurrido pocos días desde la Luna Nueva.

Foto: El viernes 26 de septiembre de 2014 busca la Luna tan pronto se oculte es Sol. Aproximadamente a partir de las 20:00 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la encontrarás y tan pronto oscurezca lo suficiente, observarás su luz cenicienta. La Luna creciente esboza una delgada sonrisa sobre el horizonte oeste después del atardecer y la Tierra ilumina sutilmente el resto de su cara. Con unos prismáticos o binoculares verás los mares en el lado oscuro de la Luna. Han transcurrido pocos días desde la Luna Nueva.

NASA WEB ·El sábado 27 de septiembre de 2014 a las 20:45 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la Luna está en la constelación de Libra a punto de ocultar a Saturno. La Luna se pierde de vista antes que empiece la ocultación. En el norte del Océano Pacífico se observa que Saturno queda oculto tras el disco de la Luna.

El sábado 27 de septiembre de 2014 a las 20:45 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la Luna está en la constelación de Libra a punto de ocultar a Saturno. La Luna se pierde de vista antes que empiece la ocultación. En el norte del Océano Pacífico se observa que Saturno queda oculto tras el disco de la Luna.
En Tiempo Universal, el evento acontece el 28 de septiembre de 2014 a las 04:46 horas.

Foto: El sábado 27 de septiembre de 2014 a las 20:45 horas (Tiempo del Centro) la Luna está en la constelación de Libra a punto de ocultar  a Saturno. La Luna se pierde de vista antes que empiece la ocultación. En el norte del Océano Pacífico se observa que Saturno queda oculto tras el disco de la Luna. En Tiempo Universal, el evento acontece el 28 de septiembre de 2014 a las 04:46 horas.

NASA WEB · 2009 FG19 is passing earth today September 26, 2014 at 0.0890 AU or 34.6 lunar distances. It has a comet like orbit because its Jupiter Tisserand parameter T_jup = 2.391 which is < 3 NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) data determined the object has a low optical albedo with a diameter of 1.7 km


2009 FG19 is passing earth today September 26, 2014 at 0.0890 AU or 34.6 lunar distances. It has a comet like orbit because its Jupiter Tisserand parameter T_jup = 2.391 which is < 3
NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) data determined the object has a low optical albedo with a diameter of 1.7 km
The object has not displayed comet activity in observations but may be an inactive comet. Its inclination of 54 degrees is higher than the typical short period Jupiter family comet. NASA Goldstone radar is planning to observe it. It is currently at V magnitude 15.1 with 110 degrees elongation in the morning sky if you wish to observe this curious object while it is bright.

Foto: 2009 FG19 is passing earth today September 26, 2014 at 0.0890 AU or 34.6 lunar distances. It has a comet like orbit because its Jupiter Tisserand parameter  T_jup = 2.391 which is < 3  NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) data determined the object has a  low optical albedo with a diameter of 1.7 km The object has not displayed comet activity in observations but may be an inactive comet. Its inclination of 54 degrees is higher than the  typical short period Jupiter family comet. NASA Goldstone radar is planning to observe it. It is currently at V magnitude 15.1 with 110 degrees elongation in the morning sky if you wish to observe this curious object while it is bright.

NASA WEB ·Curiosity Rover Finds Strange Features on Mars Last week, NASA's Curiosity Rover was approaching the flat rock outcrop called "Pahrump Hills", which is a section of the mountain's basal geological unit, called the Murray formation. The rover spotted there a few strange looking interesting features, including an odd-shaped vertical protrusion of…

NASA WEB ·Proton Rocket Returns to Flight with Successful Launch of a Russian Satellite into Orbit The Proton-M carrier rocket, which lifted off from Baikonur space launch facility in Kazakhstan early on Sunday, has put the Briz-M rocket booster and the Russian relay satellite Luch in the interim orbit, the press service of the Russian Space Agency...

NASA WEB ·Date Chosen for Historic Comet Landing The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission will deploy its lander, Philae, to the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko on 12 November. Philae’s landing site, currently known as Site J, is located on the smaller of the comet’s two ‘lobes’, with a backup site on the larger lobe. The sites were…

NASA WEB ·China's First Space Lab in Operation for Over 1000 Days Tiangong-1, China's first space lab, has been in orbit for 1092 days since it was launched on September 29, 2011. The space lab, which is in sound condition, is able to complete more operation time in orbit, according to Wang Zhaoyao, director of China's manned space program office. Careful maintena…

NASA WEB · Complex Organic Molecule Found in the Gas Cloud Close to the Galactic Centre There is large number of organic molecules in space. One of which, iso-propyl cyanide (i-C3H7CN), was now discovered by scientists in a giant gas cloud called Sagittarius B2, a region of intensive star formation close to the centre of our Milky Way. The branched structure of the carbon atoms within…

NASA WEB · INDIA-GSLV-MkIII Is ISRO’s Next Launch The flush of the successful Indian Mars manoeuvre will take a while to wear off. Team ISRO has, meanwhile, got down to brass tacks and expects to get one of its biggest projects off the mark this calendar year — GSLV-Mark III. Success of this heavy-lift, four-tonne satellite launcher is imperative t…

NASA WEB ·UK to Build Unique Intergalactic GPS Instrument to Map the Stars A €9M contract was announced Friday for UK-based engineers and designers to build a unique and powerful instrument that aims to tackle some of the most compelling astronomical puzzles – such as how stars and galaxies form and evolve, and probing the structure of our own Milky Way. A project team fro…

NASA WEB ·Soyuz Spacecraft Docks With ISS Despite Solar Battery Failure, Crew Relaxes After Busy Week NASA astronaut Butch Wilmore and Russian cosmonauts Alexander Samokutyaev and Elena Serova joined their Expedition 41 crewmates when the hatches between the Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft and the International Space Station (ISS) officially.

NASA WEB ·Curiosity Rover Drill Pulls First Taste From Mars Mountain NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has collected its first taste of the layered mountain whose scientific allure drew the mission to choose this part of Mars as a landing site. Late Wednesday, Sept. 24, the rover's hammering drill chewed about 2.6 inches (6.7 centimeters) deep into a basal-layer outcrop on…

sexta-feira, 26 de setembro de 2014

NASA WEB ·Amazing Timelapse: Watch the Milky Way Spin Above the Space Station Have you ever sat outside on a starry night and just watched the stars move slowly above you? Here's a video that shows what it is like to sit back on a spaceship and gaze at the ever-changing sky above....

NASA WEB ·There Are No Such Things As Black Holes …at least, that’s the conclusion reached by one researcher from the University of North Carolina: black holes can’t exist in our Universe — at least not mathematically.




Foto: There Are No Such Things As Black Holes  …at least, that’s the conclusion reached by one researcher from the University of North Carolina: black holes can’t exist in our Universe — at least not mathematically.  http://www.universetoday.com/114802/there-are-no-such-things-as-black-holes/

NASA WEB ·Amid tensions surrounding international space collaboration, Russia is planning to spend $8 billion (321 billion rubles) on the International Space Station between 2016 and 2025, according to a Russian state agency report.

Russia Plans To Spend $8B On Space Station Through 2025: Report

Amid tensions surrounding international space collaboration, Russia is planning to spend $8 billion (321 billion rubles) on the International Space Station between 2016 and 2025, according to a Russian state agency report.


Foto: Russia Plans To Spend $8B On Space Station Through 2025: Report  Amid tensions surrounding international space collaboration, Russia is planning to spend $8 billion (321 billion rubles) on the International Space Station between 2016 and 2025, according to a Russian state agency report.  http://www.universetoday.com/114800/russia-plans-to-spend-8b-on-space-station-through-2025-report/

NASA WEB ·Mars Rover Battles ‘Amnesia’ In Middle Of Red Planet Road Trip No science data is missing after the Opportunity Mars rover had a brief “amnesia” event last week, NASA said in an update posted yesterday (Sept. 23). The hiccup occurred a few days after the rover had a reformat to correct ongoing memory problems that were stopping it from doing its mission.

Mars Rover Battles ‘Amnesia’ In Middle Of Red Planet Road Trip

No science data is missing after the Opportunity Mars rover had a brief “amnesia” event last week, NASA said in an update posted yesterday (Sept. 23). The hiccup occurred a few days after the rover had a reformat to correct ongoing memory problems that were stopping it from doing its mission.


Foto: Mars Rover Battles ‘Amnesia’ In Middle Of Red Planet Road Trip  No science data is missing after the Opportunity Mars rover had a brief “amnesia” event last week, NASA said in an update posted yesterday (Sept. 23). The hiccup occurred a few days after the rover had a reformat to correct ongoing memory problems that were stopping it from doing its mission.  http://www.universetoday.com/114786/mars-rover-battles-amnesia-in-middle-of-red-planet-road-trip/

NASA WEB · Did Wild Weather — Or A Companion — Cause Eerie Infrared Glow From This Baby Star? Watch out! Carbon monoxide gas is likely fleeing the disk of a young star like our Sun, producing an unusual signature in infrared. This could be the first time winds have been confirmed in association...

NASA WEB · Commercial SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule Arrives at International Space Station After a two day chase through space, a commercial SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule completed its orbital ballet and arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) today, Sept. 23, packed with some 2.5 tons of ground breaking science experiments and supplies for the human crew.



After a two day chase through space, a commercial SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule completed its orbital ballet and arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) today, Sept. 23, packed with some 2.5 tons of ground breaking science experiments and supplies for the human crew.


Foto: Commercial SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule Arrives at International Space Station  After a two day chase through space, a commercial SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule completed its orbital ballet and arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) today, Sept. 23, packed with some 2.5 tons of ground breaking science experiments and supplies for the human crew.  http://www.universetoday.com/114748/commercial-spacex-dragon-cargo-capsule-arrives-at-space-station/

NASA WEB ·Seeking Apollo Pictures? Here’s How To Find Obscure Shots From The Moon-Landing Program While any image from the Apollo program is stunning, some of the more iconic ones are used over and over again while equally amazing pictures remain relatively unknown.

Seeking Apollo Pictures? Here’s How To Find Obscure Shots From The Moon-Landing Program

While any image from the Apollo program is stunning, some of the more iconic ones are used over and over again while equally amazing pictures remain relatively unknown.


Foto: Seeking Apollo Pictures? Here’s How To Find Obscure Shots From The Moon-Landing Program  While any image from the Apollo program is stunning, some of the more iconic ones are used over and over again while equally amazing pictures remain relatively unknown.  http://www.universetoday.com/114753/seeking-apollo-pictures-heres-how-to-find-obscure-shots-from-the-moon-landing-program/

NASA WEB · Rosetta’s Philae Lander: A Swiss Army Knife of Scientific Instruments When traveling to far off lands, one packs carefully. What you carry must be comprehensive but not so much that it is a burden. And once you arrive, you must be prepared to do something extraordinary.

NASA WEB · NASA Explains: The Difference Between CMEs and Solar Flares

NASA Explains: The Difference Between CMEs and Solar Flares


Foto: NASA Explains: The Difference Between CMEs and Solar Flares  http://www.universetoday.com/114729/nasa-explains-the-difference-between-cmes-and-solar-flares/

NASA WEB · The New Season Begins! Astronomy Cast Ep. 351: Asteroid Adventures Astronomy Cast’s 2014/15 season begins! With Rosetta’s arrival at Comet 67/P, we’re about to see a comet up close and personal. What will it take to explore, exploit and enjoy the asteroids and comets hurtling around our Solar System. And how does science fiction have it all wrong??

The New Season Begins! Astronomy Cast Ep. 351: Asteroid Adventures

Astronomy Cast’s 2014/15 season begins! With Rosetta’s arrival at Comet 67/P, we’re about to see a comet up close and personal. What will it take to explore, exploit and enjoy the asteroids and comets hurtling around our Solar System. And how does science fiction have it all wrong??


Foto: The New Season Begins! Astronomy Cast Ep. 351: Asteroid Adventures  Astronomy Cast’s 2014/15 season begins! With Rosetta’s arrival at Comet 67/P, we’re about to see a comet up close and personal. What will it take to explore, exploit and enjoy the asteroids and comets hurtling around our Solar System. And how does science fiction have it all wrong??  http://www.astronomycast.com/2014/09/ep-351-asteroid-adventures/