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Twilight Zone Ecosystem Flow

Posted by Blogweb on June 23, 2018 at 5:40 PM Comments comments (0)


100 scientists and crew from more than 20 research institutions will elaborate from Seattle for NASA’s Export Processes in the Ocean from Remote Sensing (EXPORTS) oceanographic campaign.


NASA’s Aqua satellite.

Important vote in the state assembly

Posted by Blogweb on June 19, 2018 at 6:15 PM Comments comments (0)


new statement in california unified front to fight big internet service providers lobbying against strong statewide net neutrality protections. https://www.cnet.com/news/california-lawmakers-combine-net-neutrality-bills/



NASA falsifying data on asteroids

Posted by Blogweb on June 17, 2018 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (0)

we are promise soap opera asteroid on nasa here we are:

NASA falsifying data on asteroids please read more.

 

http://earth-chronicles.com/space/the-astronomer-suspected-nasa-of-falsifying-data-on-asteroids.html



The Science Surprising as Volcanic Eruption

Posted by Blogweb on June 10, 2018 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

Orange lava

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano may be disrupting life in paradise to the the Science of today as Flows of lava march all the way down to the Pacific Ocean where they are currently filling in Kapoho Bay and remaking the coastline, ash and bright-orange lava, but it also scientists maybe "crazy people" have that distinctive look to their eyes Its not wide-eyed or shifty, but looks as though he's looking through everything and not at reality of life as wide-eyed, eager to advance what's known about volcanoes The Kilauea volcano continues to drown parts of Hawaii’s Big Island in lava, leaving destroyed property in its wake never seen this before.

The U.S. rejected a Eutelsat

Posted by Blogweb on May 26, 2018 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (0)

FCC and Eutelsat updated:

The U.S. rejected a Eutelsat application for a satellite that would use the same spectrum as one planned by Intelsat for orbit problems Eutelsat spokeswoman Marie-Sophie Ecuer told SpaceNews May 23 spacenews.com/fcc-tells-eute…


What events lie behind the myths of the Deluge, of Comet Typhon?

Posted by Blogweb on May 17, 2018 at 7:35 PM Comments comments (0)


42355 Typhon Discovery date 5 February 2002 Typhon is the first known in astronomy of today as a binary centaur that astronomer need extended definition of a centaur. Interestingly for some business believe in the Biblical mixage e idea that a comet heralded the Deluge was not new that events of the earth were the result of a conflict of Jupiter and the comet Typhon coming into close contact with one another Nibiru, Planet X, Nemesis it appeared all on mistake, and was twisted by books newspapers and religion as politc also space industry why not.

 

Bible associate this comet of cores with medieval fantasy and religion possesivity that the cosmic catastrophe occurred in 1369 BC, according religion books but not accurate and never happened so, that intimately associated with it is the object called Typhon. Pliny the Elder -we have Knowledge that is plagiarism- like the year ( AD 23) religion book said that Typhon was a terrible comet, "seen by the people in Ethiopia and Egypt, which the Blibic and Religion King who reigned in that age named Typhon.

 

Machiavelli thus described a tornado which crossed Italy on August 24, 1456; "From… confused clouds, furious winds, and momentary fires, sounds issued, of which no earthquake or thunder ever heard could afford the least idea; striking such awe into all, that it was thought the end of the world had arrived, that the earth, waters, heavens, and entire universe, mingling together, were being resolved into their ancient chaos." This means that even more caution and qualification is required when seeking out possible depictions of natural phenomena.

 

New novel theory for the origin of the westward drift of the Earth’s magnetic field is proposed, but based on recent activity for Nibiru / Planet X TRY TO TAKE the merits of this mechanism as an explanation for westward drift are discussed on open Biology and Royal Society Open Science will be as an explanation for westward drift are discussed. Received February 19, 2018. Accepted April 20, 2018.

 

Open your mind a little step believing began big step for governaments people, so everything our so called scientists and NASA folks have to say may not in line with astronomy and science. Every week NASA seems to have learned something new that was unthinkable. First you have to understand that we might be part of a binary solar system. NASA just found a binary solar system last year, It would TO TRY TO explain the earth’s wobble which is still unexplained today.

 

LATE NEWS RELEASE BY NASA AND IS PROPAGANDA NEWS

 

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Uranus by passed with astrology businnes

 

Jupiter and new moons nasa admited many moos of jupiter telemetry by nasa are wrong

 

Vulcano in Hawaii A massive plume of ash rising from Hawaii's Kilauea volcano

 

Planet x or planet pluto?

 

A comet called Typhon object precise orbit stable) orbit with the perihelion inside the orbit of Neptune.




Mystery Cepheid variable star RS Puppis

Posted by Blogweb on May 15, 2018 at 3:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Cosmology’s Biggest Mystery Cepheid variable star RS Puppis

 

Two ways of measuring the universe’s expansion rate yield two conflicting answers new physics at work, but a new analysis argues that unseen errors whether unknown physical processes might be causing the discrepancy.

 

Student at the University of Barcelona and astronomer at the University of Chicago their paper formalizes this in a mathematical way so for me neutrino, might be playing a role.

 

RS Puppis rhythmically brightens and dims over a six-week cycle. It is one of the most luminous in the class of so-called Cepheid variable stars. Its average intrinsic brightness is 15,000 times greater than our Sun's luminosity.

The nebula flickers in brightness as pulses of light from the Cepheid propagate outwards. Hubble took a series of photos of light flashes rippling across the nebula in a phenomenon known as a "light echo." Even though light travels through space fast enough to span the gap between Earth and the Moon in a little over a second, the nebula is so large that reflected light can actually be photographed traversing the nebula noticed that a certain type of variable star, called a Cepheid variable, changes from bright to dim and back fairly regularly. The bright star on the front of this lithograph is an example of a Cepheid variable. Called RS Puppis

 

Edwin Hubble used a Cepheid in the so-called Andromeda Nebula to show that it was a galaxy far beyond the Milky Way. This discovery changed the size of the universe overnight

 

Credit for “Cepheid Variable Star RS Puppis”: NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), and H. Bond

 

RS Puppis (or RS Pup) is a Cepheid variable star in the constellation of Puppis. a constellation in the S hemisphere lying between Vela and Canis Major,a section of which is crossed by the Milky Way

NASA after uncertainty pluto planet over wrong mesurament

Posted by Blogweb on May 14, 2018 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

NASA after uncertainty pluto planet over wrong mesurament

now NASA researchers have gone over telemetry from a 1996 Ganymede flyby Ganymede’s field into an unusual shape. This probe checked out several moons, as well as Jupiter It confirmed that Ganymede has a magnetic field.


Musca, a filamentary cloud

Posted by Blogweb on May 12, 2018 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (0)

University of Crete

Scientists develop a 3-D view of an interstellar cloud published on journal Scienc obviously - The filament in the molecular cloud in Musca has relatively little star formation, and can be reasonably well explained with one of the three .critical for understanding the whole picture A small cluster of young stars in the Corona Australis constellation fits a second model that has evolved for longer, while Ophiuchus hosts a filament that may be near the end of its star forming lifetime and resembles the third type.

 

we have investigated the kinematic properties of the Musca cloud with sky watcher telescope top managemant tonynetone

 

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Real-Time Solar

Posted by Blogweb on April 27, 2018 at 1:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Real-Time Solar Wind data refers to data from any spacecraft located upwind of Earth, typically orbiting the L1 Lagrange point

speed: 356.3 km/sec density: 15.2 protons/cm3.