Sometimes I complain about the earthly weather, but mostly I like to post about astronomy and space events. Hope you enjoy the articles.
By: Susie77, 12:35 PM GMT em 29 de Outubro de 2014
EarthSky // Human World, Science Wire, Space
R elease Date: Oct 28, 2014
Spectacular explosion at launch for Antares rocket
Watch the NASATV live broadcast
of the catastrophic launch failure. The rocket was bound for the
International Space Station, loaded with supplies.
An unmanned Antares rocket carrying a space capsule ...
By: Susie77, 01:08 AM GMT em 21 de Outubro de 2014
Mark Thursday (Oct. 23) on your calendar as "Solar Eclipse Day," for if
the weather cooperates, you should have no difficulty observing a
partial eclipse of the sun.
Nearly all of North America, except for a portion of eastern Canada and a slice of eastern New England, will experience the partial solar eclipse this week.
People who live east of a line running from roughly Quebec City to
Montauk Point, New York, will miss out on the...
By: Susie77, 01:51 PM GMT em 18 de Outubro de 2014
Oct. 17, 2014: Waking up before sunrise is a good
way to get a head start on the day. On Oct. 21st, waking up before
sunrise could stop you in your tracks.
Blame Halley’s Comet. Every year in mid-to-late October, Earth
passes through a stream of dusty debris from Comet Halley, and the
pre-dawn sky can light up with a pretty display of shooting stars.
Orionid meteors fly out of a radiant near the s...
By: Susie77, 06:50 PM GMT em 16 de Outubro de 2014
NASA's IRIS Helps Explain Mysterious Heating of the Solar Atmosphere
October 16, 2014
An artist's rendition of NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, or IRIS, mission in space. Image Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA's newest sun-watcher, the Interface Region Imaging
Spectrograph, launched in 2013 with a specific goal: track how energy
and heat coursed through a little under...
By: Susie77, 07:01 PM GMT em 05 de Outubro de 2014
Watch Live Webcast of Second Total Lunar Eclipse of 2014
October 2, 2014 | by Lisa Winter
When you look up at the full moon on October 8th, it's
going to look a bit different due to the total lunar eclipse. Rather
than brightly reflectin...