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Jupiter and the Asteroids
Most asteroids orbit peacefully between Mars and Jupiter. However, many asteroids have orbits that have been determined by Jupiter’s massive gravity.

The Trojans (green) share Jupiter’s orbit, and are always about 60 degrees ahead of, or behind, Jupiter. These are the Lagrangian points L4 and L5. At these points, the gravity of Jupiter and the Sun balance out, forming a sort of gravity island. L4 and L5 are stable, meaning that an asteroid that strays from the precise balance point will tend to return to that point.

The Hildas (red) are in a 3:2 resonance with Jupiter – they complete 3 orbits for every 2 orbits of Jupiter.
Their orbits are eccentric, and arranged so that when they overtake Jupiter, they are closest to the Sun (and therefore furthest from Jupiter). The helps to prevent Jupiter’s gravity from disrupting their orbits.
The effect is that Jupiter “herds” them around the Sun, while they stay in a roughly triangular shape.

Near Earth Asteroids (not shown) have orbits that bring them close to the Earth. Almost all of these have been tossed out of the asteroid belt because of gravity interactions with Jupiter. One such asteroid caused the dinosaurs to have a very bad day.


#physics #gravity #asteroid

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Very nice documentary clearly identifying the housing problems in the Bay Area, California.

California is the world capital of technology and the evolution has just begun. We're still waiting for the virtual tech, holo lenses, self driving cars, flying skateboards, slave/master robots and hyper-transportation.

I'm personally intrigued by Elon Musk hyperloop. The test track will be testing 700mph tube, what's to stop it from going 7,000mph!
Year 2075, people will get in a tube at work in Silicon Valley and seconds later will walk across the street to their houses in Europe. Instant transportation, impossible is nothing!

Back to the topic about housing, as long as YOU demand for such technologies, the demand to work near the tech capital of the world will increase. I am not picking sides on the housing crises. I'm just asking, can we "thinker" a win-win viable solution?



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Very nice documentary clearly identifying the housing problems in the Bay Area, California.

California is the world capital of technology and the evolution has just begun. We're still waiting for the virtual tech, holo lenses, self driving cars, flying skateboards, slave/master robots and hyper-transportation.

I'm personally intrigued by Elon Musk hyperloop. The test track will be testing 700mph tube, what's to stop it from going 7,000mph!
Year 2075, people will get in a tube at work in Silicon Valley and seconds later will walk across the street to their houses in Europe. Instant transportation, impossible is nothing!

Back to the topic about housing, as long as YOU demand for such technologies, the demand to work near the tech capital of the world will increase. I am not picking sides on the housing crises. I'm just asking, can we "thinker" a win-win viable solution?



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One Old Tree, Four Seasons

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Craziest birthday cake candle ever?
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Clean fruits, Chemical free and easy http://amzn.to/1N8tI08

#HealthTips #Fruits #Hygiene 

Most Common Genetically Modified foods to avoid eating : http://goo.gl/zKmUzt
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The Milky Way & The Meteor
Keifer: "Traveling through Michigan, I stayed overnight in St. Ignace, the town on the north end of the Mackinac Bridge. I heard there was a good chance of seeing the Northern Lights that evening so I went out to see if I could capture them with my camera for the very first time. No aurora, but I was able to capture The Milky Way over the bridge with a bonus shooting star..." 

"I used my Canon 5D Mark III with Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8 II L lens at f/2.8, ISO 2500, and a 15 second exposure."

Credit: Kenneth Keifer
Date: July 11, 2015
Location: West of St. Ignace, Michigan on the Lake Michigan coast.

#Space #Astronomy #Stars #MilkyWay #Galaxy #Meteor
#Astrophotography #Art #Science #SolarSystem #Cosmos #Universe #Earth #Michigan #SaintIgnace #Lake #Michigan
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