NASA’s 2014 #GlobalSelfie of Earth, a mosaic of 36,422 individual photos taken on Earth Day all around the world. NASA It took 36,422 individual photos from 113 countries around the world to create NASA’s 2014 “global selfie” — an interactive, composite picture of our planet. In observance of Earth Day in April, NASA posed the question, “Where are you on Earth right now?” and invited people to reply with a photo
NASA releases footage of solar flare eruption – no comment NASA has released images of a solar flare that erupted on Wednesday (April 2). … Let the pictures do the talking: subscribe to No Comment http://eurone.ws/… (1) Continue reading →
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NASA – 5 Top Pictures of the Solar System In this video series, NASA Scientist Jim Garvin highlights his favorite pictures taken throughout the solar system. This episode focuses on images taken by L… (1) Continue reading →
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Travel Channel president Shannon ONeill today unveiled ten new series, one new special and a series in development. New seriesBig Crazy Family Adventure (wt), Hotel Amazon (wt), World Access (wt) and the special, One Day On Earth (wt), highlight the cultures, landscapes and people that make travel so transformative.
NASA scientists have identified a dozen or so space rocks for its asteroid-retrieval mission, which it hopes to accomplish by 2025. NASA is making progress on one of the most challenging parts of its ambitious asteroid-retrieval mission finding a suitable space rock to shrink-wrap in space. Subscribe Today to the Monitor Click Here for your FREE 30 DAYS of The Christian Science Monitor Weekly Digital Edition Scientists have identified a dozen or so promising targets for NASA’sasteroid-capture mission, which seeks to drag a small rock or a piece of a larger one into a stable orbit around the moon, where it would be visited by astronauts by 2025.
Trained volunteers with no astronomy experience can pick out craters on the moon as accurately as researchers with five to 50 years’ experience, a new study reports. The finding is a boon for CosmoQuest, an organization that has amateurs identify craters on several celestial objects, including the moon, and do other types of astronomy data crunching. This work is then used in scientific studies, and in some cases has been published.
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Whether theyre crashing at a hostel or staying at a luxury hotel, world travelers want to experience local culture. But do they ever consider how their presence affects the places they visit? A new documentary film, Gringo Trails, shines a light on the dangers facing some tourist spots in developing countries when they dont control an influx of travelers
NASA unveiled its 2015 budget request on Tuesday (March 4), a $17.5 billion spending plan that would maintain the space agency’s major ongoing missions. See Space.com complete coverage of NASA’s 2015 budget request here: Big Story: NASA’s $17.5 Billion Budget Request for 2015 Would Fund New Science Missions, Ground Flying Telescope NASA’s 2015 budget would remain essentially flat at $17.5 billion under a White House spending proposal unveiled today (March 4).
I first fell in love with the British Virgin Islands, BVI for short, more than 15 years ago and even though my Travel Therapy goal is to continue to discover new unique places theres something about the spirit and soul of this part of the Caribbean, known as a sailors paradise, that keeps beckoning me back. When you see the pictures Ive taken here from my latest trip I think youll understand why this is the perfect Travel Therapy vacation escape when youre looking for an authentic Caribbean experience thats quiet and peaceful but still a lot of fun! I started this journey at a new beautiful private island resort called Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, where my lovely one-bedroom suite, with a fully loaded kitchen, designer living room and posh bathroom, overlooked the Caribbean and Scrub Islands impressive 55 slip Marina
Jack Nicholson About Freedom – Easy Rider (1969) From Dennis Hopper's cult movie Easy Rider Written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper Terry Southern Sony Pictures Movies Shows Subtitles: Italian, Spanish Qu… By: MuruhuayBand (1) Continue reading →
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The results of a workshop to find the best ways to find, track and deflect asteroids headed for Earth were released by NASA on Friday (Feb. 7). NASA’s Asteroid Initiative, started in 2013, includes a mission tocapture a small near-Earth asteroidand drag it into a stable orbit around the moon, and a challenge to devise the best ideas for detecting and defending against potentially dangerous asteroids
NASA’s newest lunar probe now has a longer lease on life, giving it more time to investigate the mysteries of moon dust as it orbits Earth’s natural satellite. Space agency official have granted theLADEE spacecraft(short for Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer) a 28-day mission extension