Announcement of Mars 160 Mission - Mars 160 Mission. The Mars Society is pleased to announce a new mission, Mars 160, using both of the organization’s analog research stations.
This program will involve the same seven person crew doing similar science operations for the same period of time – 80 days – initially at the Mars Desert Research Station (MDRS) in southern Utah in the fall of 2016 and then continuing at the Flashline Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS) in northern Canada in the summer of 2017. The multi-national crew will include: Dr. International Space Station panoramic tour / Highlights / International Space Station / Human Spaceflight / Our Activities / ESA mobile. Click here to explore in full screen Just before ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti left the International Space Station after 199 days, she took up to 15 pictures inside each module.
Now, the images have been stitched together to create this interactive panorama. These panoramas offer a snapshot of the International Space Station as it was in June 2015, after moving the Leonardo storage module to a new location Explore the modules and zoom in to see more detail. Use the map or the arrow icons by the module hatches to go to another section. You can explore every part of the Space Station and click on the play icons to watch an astronaut explain or demonstrate an item, and click on the text icons for web articles. ARES - A Proposed Mars Scout Mission. NASA. DSN Now. Watch Live Broadcasts Through Our Telescopes. First Light Magazine, the International Astronomy Magazine. Disk Detective. NIGHTSCAPE – Craft & Vision. David Kingham expertly explains every aspect of this style of photography as he covers topics like: stars, constellations, meteors, moon phases, galaxies, scouting, gear, field work, shooting technique and post-processing.
Nightscape is an in-depth resource full of detailed descriptions, charts, maps, and step-by-step actions, practical insights and beautiful photographs that will inspire you to get outside. BONUS: Also included within this eBook (on Page 88) is a download link to 22 Lightroom presets. It's important to note that we recommend Adobe Acrobat for PDF viewing and for selecting Resource hyperlinks; applications such as Mac Preview don't always play nice. This digital PDF eBook is 120 pages long and it is packed with great photographs and excellent education from someone who really knows his stuff, and tons of resources, too. Home. Satellites. Year In Space Wall Calendar. Terry Hancock Astrophotography - Home. The beginning of the universe, for beginners - Tom Whyntie.
Stellarium. Star Walk - Interactive Astronomy Guide. Stargazing guide Enjoy Stars Day or Night Now on Apple Watch!
Star Walk is an interactive astronomy guide that shows celestial objects in the exact positions on the sky above you, providing detailed information about them. It helps anyone even remotely interested in astronomy find their way across the sky, determine where to look for any object, rewind or fast-forward time to see how celestial bodies move. It inspires curiosity about the Universe and helps users understand amazing cosmic phenomena. "For the record, the chairman's favorite iPhone app is Vito Technology's Star Walk a simple astronomy application that harnesses the iPhone's GPS capabilities to present an on-screen view of what stars and constellations should be visible on a clear night from your current location. " "With the Star Walk app, if you hold your iPod up towards the sky, you can see all the stars and constellations. Un año en el polo Sur a la caza de neutrinos. 15 Octubre 2012.
La pista de aterrizaje preparada y las señalizaciones colocadas para recibir los primeros aviones de la temporada pasada. Official Source of Cassini images of Saturn, its rings & moons. Captain's Log November 12, 2013 Four months ago, our cameras on Cassini were commanded to execute a routine imaging sequence during an event that was anything but routine.
On July 19, an array of overlapping images framing Saturn, its entire ring system and a host of its moons was acquired while Cassini was deep in the shadow created by the planet's eclipse of the Sun. This arrangement of Sun, Saturn, and machine made for a rare opportunity to image from the outer solar system the planets in close to our star. Science and Technology. W. M. Keck Observatory. In-situ Probing of Radiation-induced Processing of Organics in Astrophysical Ice Analogs—Novel Laser Desorption Laser Ionization Time-of-flight Mass Spectroscopic Studies - Abstract - The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Mars Science Laboratory. Space, Stars, Mars, Earth, Planets and More. NASA CONNECT. Click "View Video" to start the video.
To view captioning, this feature must be turned on using Windows Media Player's view menu. If you have questions, email the webmaster. To see a full listing of the programs, click here. NASA CONNECT™ is an inquiry-based and standards-based, Emmy® award-winning series of mathematics-focused, instructional programs for students in grades 6 - 8. The series includes a 30-minute instructional broadcast, a companion lesson guide, and an interactive web-based application. Programs in the series establish a connection between the mathematics, science, and technology concepts taught in the classroom to those used everyday by NASA researchers. Mapping The Universe. A new map of our complex universe is out.
We’ll look at our “chunky” cosmos. We look up at the night sky and marvel at its depth and beauty. One-Minute Astronomer - Star Gazing and Basic Astronomy. IceCube Neutrino Observatory. Guide to the Night Sky and Basic Astronomy – One Minute Astronomer. Interested in learning more about stargazing and the night sky?
Here you find basic guides and articles to help you learn the night sky and the major stars and constellations. You discover the amazing range of objects you can see in the night sky, from the Moon and planets to distant galaxies. Mars Exploration Rover Mission: Home.
Multimedia - Video Gallery. Bad Astronomy. Well now, this is an interesting discovery: astronomers have found what looks like a "super-Earth" – a planet more massive than Earth but still smaller than a gas giant – orbiting a nearby star at the right distance to have liquid water on it!