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Ryan Jason Lores
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Hey guys! I recently went to texas for the #Formula1 GP. Here's a few shots of that weekend...

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Bravo #Honda! This is by far, the coolest interactive video I've ever seen...

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It's been a crazy 18 hrs for the #F1 driver market. Very interesting indeed...

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#Nasa's #MAVEN enter's Mars orbit on Sunday. Here's the #NASASocial held for the launch in November. Very informative. Yours truly speaks @ 36:28 :)

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Ferrari Japan hosted Ferrari Racing Days Fuji 

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Philae’s primary landing site on Comet 67P! | ESA
Philae’s primary landing site will target Site J, the center of which is indicated by the cross in this OSIRIS narrow-angle image.

Site J is located on the head of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and is close to the candidate site B, the large depression to the right of the image.

Site J offers the minimum risk to the lander in comparison to the other candidate sites, and is also scientifically interesting, with signs of activity nearby. At Site J, the majority of slopes are less than 30º relative to the local vertical, reducing the chances of Philae toppling over during touchdown. Site J also appears to have relatively few boulders and receives sufficient daily illumination to recharge Philae and continue science operations on the surface beyond the initial battery-powered phase. 

Credit: ESA/Rosetta/MPS for OSIRIS Team MPS/UPD/LAM/IAA/SSO/INTA/UPM/DASP/IDA
Released: 15/09/2014 11:00 am

+European Space Agency, ESA 

#ESA #Space #Astronomy #Comet #Rosetta #Spacecraft #Philae
#Lander #Comet67P #Churyumov #Gerasimenko #Science
#Cosmos #Universe
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Just a quick pick of my supercharged '03 Acura CL Type S (yes it's a 6-speed) at NASA showing off it's beautiful curves after +Samuels Auto Corporation brought it back to life. :-)
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The Hourglass Nebula, otherwise known as MyCn 18, is a young planetary nebula that is just 8,000 light-years from Earth. This image from Hubble was the first to reveal MyCn 18's true shape to be an hourglass with an intricate pattern of "etchings" in its walls. It is thought that the hourglass shape of MyCn 18 may be the result of "the expansion of a fast stellar wind within a slowly expanding cloud, which is denser near its equator than near its poles."

The Hourglass Nebula was featured on the cover of the April 1997 issue of National Geographic. Its unique shape led the editors to say, "Astronomers looked 8,000 light-years into the cosmos with the Hubble Space Telescope, and it seemed that the eye of God was staring back." The appearance of an eye at its center isn't fully understood.

Read more and download the image for yourself here:
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/1996/07/
http://www.spacetelescope.org/images/opo9607a/

#Penny4NASA #NASA #COSMOS #Hubble #Astronomy #Space #Science
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Amazing
Researchers claim to have taken a step toward curing HIV using engineered immune cells: http://cnet.co/1kzHdYA
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