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The next Lunar Eclipse will be a Total Eclipse and occur on April 14 - 15th, 2014. It will be visible in Australia, Pacific and the Americas.Click here for Viewing Times > Size Comparison - From a Molecule to a Galaxy In One Single Shot (Annotations On) Raytheon Company: Customer Success Is Our Mission. Questions About ISON? Here Are Some Answers: Comet ISON imaged on Nov. 19 with the Marshall Space Flight Center 20″ telescope in New Mexico (NASA/MSFC/MEO/Cameron McCarty)
This Is Your Brain on Paper. Trailer oficial de 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Oyssey' An Incredible Pattern Hidden Inside A Meteorite. Last week, I wrote about a wonderfully animated video by Al Boredman . Instead of simply highlighting the great animation, I took the opportunity to whine about some of the buildings that made the cut and some that didn’t. El bosón de Higgs “for dummies” 2012 December 13 - Apollo 17: A Stereo View from Lunar Orbit. Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2012 December 13.
La escala del Universo. Un viaje desde lo infinitamente pequeño a lo infinitamente grande, empezando por lo más conocido, el tamaño de un humano.
El Universo es un lugar diferente dependiendo de la escala a la que lo veas. Desde la perspectiva de un diminuto protón, todo resulta exactamente igual, pero a medida que avanzamos, las cosas van tomando forma y se ven diferentes. Y si viajamos a los confines de la Galaxia y más allá, nos damos cuenta de que todo lo que conocemos y nosotros mismos somos insignificantes. La siguiente animación en flash nos ofrece todas las escalas conocidas de nuestro Universo. Desplazándote por la barra horizontal puedes navegar desde los límites de lo diminuto hasta la frontera del Universo conocido, y de paso aprender algo por el camino. The Scale of the Universe 2 — Other Languages.
Enormous Vortex On Saturn Snapped By Spacecraft. Bad Astronomy. A new paper just published in the prestigious Astrophysical Journal makes a stunning claim: There are 10 times as many galaxies in the Universe as we previously thought.
At least. Scientists claim to have discovered something "earthshaking" on Mars. No mention of Earthly microbes in the Bible, and we found those.
SpaceRip: BEST Space Videos on the Web. November 7, 2012. 'Super-Earth' Alien Planet May Be Habitable for Life. Astronomers have detected an alien planet that may be capable of supporting life as we know it — and it's just a stone's throw from Earth in the cosmic scheme of things.
Our world is changing: Looking beyond 'the 2012' If you haven't seen this video take a look, it's worth watching.
As with everything else, it's up to you to make your own opinion. All the links are below. Information courtesy of NASA, NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the US Library, the Goddard Space Flight Center, the Jet Propulsion Lab, the Environmental Visualization Laboratory, the NASA Earth Observatory, SDO - Solar Dynamics Observatory, SOHO - Solar And Heliospheric Observatory, Stereo, ISWA - Integrated Space Weather Analysis System, SSEC - Space Science & Engineering Center, HAARP, and SolarIMG - Your information, images, and videos were essential to this video. Video by Suspicious0bservers Links: The maths that made Voyager possible. 22 October 2012Last updated at 20:23 ET By Christopher Riley and Dallas Campbell BBC Four In 1961, mathematics graduate Michael Minovitch decided to take on the hardest problem in celestial mechanics - the "three body problem".
Nasa's Voyager spacecraft have enthralled everyone with their exploits at the edge of the Solar System, but their launch in 1977 was only possible because of some clever maths and the persistence of a PhD student who worked out how to slingshot probes into deep space. On the 3 October, 1942, the nose cone of an early V2 test rocket soared high above the north German coast before falling back to a crash-landing in the Baltic Sea.
Looking Beyond Space and Time to Cope With Quantum Theory. October 29, 2012 Trying to explain quantum “spooky action at a distance” using any kind of signal pits Einstein’s relativity against our concept of a smooth spacetime.Credit: Timothy Yeo / Centre for Quantum Technologies at National University of Singapore Physicists have proposed an experiment that could force us to make a choice between extremes to describe the behaviour of the Universe. The proposal comes from an international team of researchers from Switzerland, Belgium, Spain and Singapore, and is published October 28 in Nature Physics. It is based on what the researchers call a ‘hidden influence inequality’.
E=mc² is Incomplete. 4 Million Stars and Counting: VISTA Creates Largest Ever Catalogue of Center of Milky Way Galaxy. October 26, 2012 This striking view of the central parts of the Milky Way was obtained with the VISTA survey telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory in Chile.
MC²Quantum. Quantum Diaries. Finding an experimental anomaly is a great way to open the door to a new theory. Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive.