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Blood Moon Tunes: Music to Make Your 'Supermoon' Lunar Eclipse Rock As you settle in Sunday night (Sept. 27) to watch the supermoon lunar eclipse, kick back with some moon tunes as chosen by's staff. The moon has always fascinated humans, ever present and ever changing in the sky, and that fascination has inspired countless moon-based melodies. A full moon can mean romance or chaos and disaster; a thin silver sliver spells mystery, changeability or tranquility. What might a supermoon lunar eclipse represent? Listen below to some moon favorites: NASA has contemplated the moon in song as well: Steven Williams from NASA's Planetary Science Division pulled together an infographic and long list of moon-inspired refrains. The infographic pulls out classic moon tunes, songs about the Apollo moon missions, and even songs for a rainbow of multicolored moons (from "Red Moon" by The Walkmen down to "Kiko and the Lavender Moon" by Los Lobos). To prepare for Sunday's eclipse, check out's viewing guide or catch up on the science behind it.

Underwater Extraterrestrial Bases Discovered in Florida [FULL VIDEO] un cas de chimérisme © Kristin Klein. En temps normal, l'histoire, racontée sur le site Buzzfeed, pourrait n'être que la mise au jour d'un banal cocufiage. Elle commence ainsi : Monsieur et Madame X (ils ont voulu rester anonymes) sont américains et ont un fils, né en juin 2014. Or l'on s'aperçoit que ce dernier est du groupe sanguin AB alors que ses parents sont tous les deux du groupe A. La première réaction logique, qui est celle de ce couple, consiste à se dire que la clinique où la FIV a été pratiquée a interverti les éprouvettes de sperme et malencontreusement fait rencontrer à l'ovule de Madame X un spermatozoïde qu'il n'aurait jamais dû croiser sur sa route. Les résultats sont à tomber par terre. Voici ce qui s'est très probablement passé : dans le ventre de sa mère, Monsieur X avait un faux jumeau – porteur, dans son groupe sanguin, du fameux B dont tout est parti. Le cas de Monsieur X est exceptionnel mais pas unique.

NASA Earth Observatory : Home best alien footage 100% real 3 days fasting Des chercheurs d'une équipe de l'Université de Californie du sud (USC) affirment avoir trouvé le moyen de contraindre le corps humain à se régénérer. Une découverte annoncée comme «capitale». Jeûner pendant 72 heures peut permettre de reconstruire l’ensemble du système immunitaire même chez les personnes âgées ou gravement malades telle est la conclusion de cette nouvelle étude scientifique. Si jeûner est considéré comme néfaste pour l’organisme par les nutritionnistes, priver le corps de nourriture pendant trois jours contraindrait ensuite la moelle osseuse à produire de grandes quantités de globules blancs qui combattent les infections. Cette découverte peut être particulièrement utile aux malades dont le système immunitaire a été affaibli, par exemple les cancéreux traités par des chimiothérapies. Selon les chercheurs d’USC, jeûner lance un processus de régénération.

Some of the Apollo Missions High Resolution Film Scans New UFO Crash Video in Antartctic !! 2013 quantum supremacy For Google it was a historic announcement: a declaration that it had won the race to achieve “quantum supremacy” – the moment that a futuristic quantum computer performed a task that stumped even the most powerful standard computer in the world. But for all the fanfare, which saw Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai compare the feat to building the first rocket to reach space, the claim has sparked a bunfight. The tech firm’s rival, IBM, was swift to dismiss the excitement. Google has not, it asserts, achieved the highly prized goal of quantum supremacy. Google published its claim in the journal Nature on Wednesday after an earlier report on the work appeared briefly on a Nasa website last month. To demonstrate the device’s computational prowess, the scientists set it the deeply contrived task of checking the randomness of a sequence of numbers. “To our knowledge, this experiment marks the first computation that can be performed only on a quantum processor,” the authors write.

Our SpaceFlight Heritage: One giant leap, the flight of Apollo 11 Forty-six years ago today, the crew of Apollo 11 lifted off for the Moon - and the history books. Photo Credit: NASA Gregory Cecil July 16th, 2015 Forty-six years ago today, on July 16, 1969, the crew of Apollo 11 lifted off from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida – for the Moon. At 9:32 a.m. After two prior flights that went on to orbit the Moon by the crews of Apollo 8 and Apollo 10, the trio of Apollo 11 was ready to fulfill the late President Kennedy’s goal of, “… I believe that this nation should commit itself to achieving the goal, before this decade is out, of landing a man on the Moon and returning him safely to the Earth.” The three spaceflight veterans included the mission’s commander, Neil Armstrong, the command module pilot Michael Collins, and lunar module pilot Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin. Each of them was experienced, having flown before on previous missions during the Gemini Program. Former U.S. Video courtesy of NASA Related Reading July 16, 2014 Gregory N.

UFO Attack ! Filmed by NASA Apollo On Moon Analytics NEW 22/08/2013 crispr use inside body Scientists say they have used the gene editing tool Crispr-Cas9 inside a person’s body for the first time, a new development in efforts to operate on DNA to treat diseases. A patient recently underwent a procedure at the Casey Eye Institute at Oregon Health & Science University in Portland for an inherited form of blindness, the companies that make the treatment announced on Wednesday. They would not give details on the patient or when the surgery occurred. It may take up to a month to see whether the procedure worked to restore vision. If the first few attempts seem safe, doctors plan to test the technique on 18 children and adults. “We literally have the potential to take people who are essentially blind and make them see,” said Charles Albright, the chief scientific officer at Editas Medicine, a Massachusetts-based company developing the treatment with Dublin-based Allergan. Doctors think they need to fix between one-tenth and one-third of the cells to restore vision.

Our Spaceflight Heritage: The first steps of Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin is photographed by Neil Armstrong during an EVA on the Moon. Photo Credit: Neil Armstrong / NASA Heather Smith July 20th, 2014 July 20, 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first men to ever walk on the moon, cementing America’s lead in the 1960s space race. Buzz Aldrin collecting a sample of the lunar soil. The landing successfully occurred at 3:17:40 p.m. Command and Service Modules in the Manned Spacecraft Operations Building. Apollo was a three-part spacecraft: the command module (CM), the crew’s quarters and flight control section; the service module (SM) for the propulsion and spacecraft support systems (when together, the two modules are called the CSM); and the lunar module (LM), to take two of the crew to the lunar surface, support them on the Moon, and return them to the CSM in lunar orbit. The CM, 12 feet (3.63 meters) long and shaped like a blunt cone, was at the front or top of the main spacecraft. When all was said and done?

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