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This site collected goodwill messages from the public for 13 days in August 2009 which were transmitted to Gliese 581d, a planet outside our Solar System which may support life. Messages were moderated by staff at COSMOS magazine; those accepted for inclusion in the transmission have been published on this site. Transmission occurred at midday on Friday 28 August 2009 and was undertaken by the NASA/CSIRO Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex at Tidbinbilla, Australia, using the 70-metre main antenna known as DSS43. Thanks for taking part in this National Science Week event! | Gliese 581d | Gliese 581d

Bellatrix Orionis - Views from the edge of the Universe | Bellatrix Orionis

Interesting things that Bellatrix Orionis is hoping to observe in the night sky for January 2014. Visual guide from Hubble Planets Dwarf Planets Pluto – Is in the constellation of Sagittarius and is at visual magnitude +14.2. At the beginning of the month Pluto rises at 0812UT and sets at 1619UT. Bellatrix Orionis - Views from the edge of the Universe | Bellatrix Orionis

Day and Night World Map

Day and Night World Map The map below shows the current position of the Sun and the Moon. It shows which parts of the Earth are in daylight and which are in night. See where the moon is over the horizon Map notes The day and night parts of the Earth shown are as of Monday, January 6, 2014 at 23:58:00 UTC.The Sun's position is marked with this symbol: . At this location, the Sun will be at its zenith (directly overhead) in relation to an observer.The Moon's position is marked with this symbol: .
Watch the sun rise and set all over the world on this real-time, computer-generated illustration of the earth's patterns of sunlight and darkness. The clouds are updated daily with current weather satellite imagery. The Mercator projection used here is one way of looking at the spherical earth as a flat map.

World Sunlight Map

World Sunlight Map
This page provides a set of five synthetic images of the Earth's surface, each from a different perspective, that show the areas in sunlight (day) and darkness (night) at the specified date and time. Simply fill in the form below and click on the "Show Earth Views" button at the end of the form. The images can be produced for any date and time from year 1700 through year 2030. Specify Universal Time on the form. Be sure to check Notes on the Images, located after the form. Day and Night Across the Earth Day and Night Across the Earth


DaylightMap shows the pattern of night and day on a Google map, for any area of the Earth, for any date and time. The night-side satellite view includes city lights as seen from orbit. It also allows you to select up to ten locations on the map; in addition to seeing at a glance whether it's daytime there, you can show their local time, sunrise and and sunset times, and length of day. These locations can be remembered for future visits, saved as a bookmark, or sent to other people as a web link. DaylightMap

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