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Newly released files from The National Archives. Skip to Main Content Home > UFOs UFOs Newly released UFO files from the UK government Files released in June 2013 The final tranche of UFO files released by The National Archives contain a wide range of UFO-related documents, drawings, letters, and photos and parliamentary questions covering the final two years of the Ministry of Defence's UFO Desk (from late 2007 until November 2009).

Newly released files from The National Archives

Edge of Space {Ep.43} - Άκρα του Σύμπαντος (χωρίς)

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Interactive 3D model of Solar System Planets and Night Sky. Astrophotography. Thierry Legault - Astrophotography. International Astronomical Union. Recent Scenes from Antarctica - Alan Taylor - In Focus. Winter is coming back to Antarctica and, after a busy season for both scientists and tourists, most researchers stationed there have traveled north for the season.

Recent Scenes from Antarctica - Alan Taylor - In Focus

Among them were a Russian team that recently came within 30 meters of drilling into Lake Vostok -- a subglacial lake some 4,000 meters below the surface of the ice -- and the crew of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, who have been burying a massive array of detectors deep in the ice. (They placed their final detector in December.) Gathered here are recent images of Antarctica, its environment, and some of the scientific work taking place there. [47 photos] Use j/k keys or ←/→ to navigate Choose: The aurora australis provides a dramatic backdrop to a Scott Tent at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station on July 14, 2009.

The Koru Memorial site at Scott Base on February 15, 2011 in Antarctica. An aerial view of the Dome at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, seen on February 5, 2009. Raised footprints in the Antarctic snow. Phil Hart - Astronomy, Photography and Peak Oil. Ride an SRB video into space. Superfluid in Neutron Star's Core. Neutron Stars (Illustrations) Quark star. IceCube Blog. Diagram of the Hubble Space Telescope, 1981. Building the Digital Optical Module (DOM) Professor Stephen W. Hawking. News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids.


ESA ESO. Los Cielos de América. New Discovery about the Fabric of Space-Time. STEREO reveals the Entire Sun. The Supercomputer Supernova. LROC Image Browser. :: Homepage > Images :: LROC Browse Gallery « Previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 … 70 71 Next » Displaying images 1 - 9 of 632 in total.

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Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera. View topic - Fireball48 Sign-up and Alert Page. To sign-up for the Fireball48 Network, please sign-up for The Asterisk (this very online bulletin board), come back to this page, and then click "Subscribe topic" at the bottom.

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Then whenever anyone posts a new Fireball48 Alert to this page, you will receive an email. You can then come back to this page, scroll down to find this latest Fireball48 alert, follow that link, and then see if you can help. To post a Fireball48 Yellow Alert, just Reply to this post on this page. Anyone signed up to the Asterisk can do it. A moderator will shortly check your Reply. The Fireball48 network is a "virtual citizen science flash mob" who come together briefly to help find videos and images of recently occurring fireballs. 2005 March 28 - A Tether in Space. Discover the cosmos!

2005 March 28 - A Tether in Space

Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2005 March 28 A Tether in Space Credit: TSS-1, STS-46 Crew, NASA. Official Source of Cassini images of Saturn, its rings & moons. Cassini Solstice Mission. Voyager - The Interstellar Mission. Curiosity Cam, Ustream.TV: THIS WEEK (NOV. 29): ENGINEERS AND TECHNICIANS ARE FINISHING SYSTEMS TESTS BETWEEN THE ROVER AND OTHER SPACECRAFT COMPONENTS (IN. Titan flash v.12. Herschel Space Observatory. Galaxy Zoo: Hubble. News Blog - Mike Lynch's "Exploding" Telescope. Here's a cautionary story about someone who was careful with his observing gear — and still got burned.

News Blog - Mike Lynch's "Exploding" Telescope

Some of you probably know (or know of) Mike Lynch, an avid amateur astronomer who hosts frequent star parties in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. He's the author of several skywatching books, writes a column for the Twin Cities' Pioneer Press, and hosts an astronomy website. You might not know that he's been a meteorologist for radio station WCCO for nearly 30 years. A week ago Lynch headed off to the radio station after observing the night before with his 14½-inch Starmaster Dobsonian. Well, later that morning, Lynch got a frantic call from his wife.

It didn't take him long to figure out what had happened. "The wind blew the cover off," he explains. Pillow Astronaut. NASA-engineered collision spills new Moon secrets. Scientists led by Brown University are offering the first detailed explanation of the crater formed when a NASA rocket slammed into the Moon last fall and information about the composition of the lunar soil at the poles that never has been sampled.

NASA-engineered collision spills new Moon secrets

The findings are published in a set of papers in Science stemming from the successful NASA mission, called LCROSS for Lunar CRater Observing and Sensing Satellite. Peter Schultz and graduate student Brendan Hermalyn analyzed data from bits of the Moon’s surface kicked up by a NASA-engineered collision. They found unexpected complexity — and traces of silver. Credit: Mike Cohea/Brown University. Astroblog. Computer Physics Lab. Latest Ionogram.