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Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Animation

Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover Animation
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Be a Martian (NASABeAMartian) sur Twitter Rover video looks down on Mars during landing - Technology & science - Space PASADENA, Calif. — NASA on Monday unveiled a low-resolution, color video from its Curiosity rover that shows what travelers could see if they were riding along for the last couple of minutes of the craft's descent to Mars. The recording begins with the protective heat shield falling away, and ends with dust being kicked up as the rover is lowered by cables inside an ancient crater. Curiosity was successfully deposited on the floor of Gale Crater on Sunday night, using a sky-crane procedure that had never been tried before in a space mission. Since then, the rover has returned a flood of pictures, including black-and-white views of the 3-mile-high (5-kilometer-high) mountain it's heading for. Still more pictures will be on the way, including a panorama of Curiosity's surroundings and a higher-resolution version of the video from Curiosity's Mars Descent Imager, also known as MARDI. The MARDI camera is mounted on the rover's chassis, looking down toward the ground. Wow! More about Mars:

להיות מדען עם פרופסור דן Are Those Spidery Black Things On Mars Dangerous? (Maybe) : Krulwich Wonders... You are 200 miles directly above the Martian surface — looking down. This image was taken by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on Jan. 27, 2010. (The color was added later.) What do we see? Michael Benson/NASA/JPL/University of Arizona/Kinetikon Pictures What are those things? As the sun gets hotter, they get more spidery. What could they be? Artist rendering by Ron Miller/JPL/Arizona State University "If you were there," says Phil Christensen of Arizona State University, "you'd be standing on a slab of carbon dioxide ice. That, anyway, is the leading explanation. We'll have to keep looking. A 2006 letter in Nature described this idea of geysers near the Martian south pole.

CURIOSITY – Explosion de joie chez les ingénieurs de la NASA A 7 h 31, heure de Paris, le robot Curiosity se pose avec succès sur Mars. Un exploit technologique et humain qui provoque une explosion de joie dans la mission de contrôle à Pasadena, en Californie, où les ingénieurs de la NASA ont tout suivi de très près. Avant le moment-clé, la tension était palpable. Doug McCuistion, directeur de programme d'exploration de Mars à la NASA, résumait la situation à quelques minutes du moment-clé : "Si nous réussissons, ce sera l'un des plus grands exploits dans l'histoire de l'exploration spatiale." Signaler ce contenu comme inapproprié Cette entrée a été publiée dans Actualité.

Sparking Joy in the Classroom with Student-Formulated Questions | Teaching Channel Editor's Note: This is the first of seven blogs from our friends at the Right Question Institue (RQI), a nonprofit educational organization. RQI makes it possible for all people to learn to ask better questions and participate more effectively in key decisions. Their free, easy to use resources have techniques for formulating and asking questions that will engage your students and increase their curiosity. Imagine starting your first unit of the year not with what students know, but with what they wonder. What would your students ask? In classrooms across the country and in different corners of the world, teachers are finding ways to drive learning with questions like these, asked by real-life students: What would happen to the tides if we woke up one morning and the moon disappeared? What would teaching and learning look like if every student in class was asking questions like these? Take a Look at QFT in Action QFT in Action from RightQuestion on Vimeo. The Right Question Institute

MARS evidence THE SMOKING GUN part 1 of 2 Curiosity : atterrissage sur Mars en HD (Vidéo) 29 jours de travail. C’est le temps qu’il aura fallu à Bard Canning, un amateur américain, pour mettre bout à bout les images prises par la sonde Curiosity lors de son atterrissage sur Mars, le 6 août dernier. Et le résultat est époustouflant ! Lors de sa descente en parachute, Curiosity a pris une série de photos dirigées vers le bas. Bard Canning a en effet travaillé manuellement chaque image, pour parvenir à reconstruire une vidéo parfaitement fluide à 30 images par secondes, en haute définition. il a même ajouté des sons et des bruits, de sorte que l’on a vraiment l’impression d’être un explorateur martien accompagnant Curiosity vers sa destinée. La vidéo est en temps réel. Source trouver:

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