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Kim Suszczewicz
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  • General Dynamics
    System Engineer, 2007 - present
  • GD, CSC, LMCO, Amtrak
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I'd rather be riding my Road King...

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    CIS, 1997
  • Rio Salado, CCAF, MCC, GCC
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Top 10 Unsolved Mysteries of Science...
Despite what cable news may tell you, scientists don’t really squabble over if evolution is real (it is) or if the climate is changing faster than can be explained by naturally-occurring phenomena (it is) or if vaccines are regarded as safe and recommended for most children (they are). Sure, there may be fine points within those categories that are debatable, but not to the extent that is commonly described by talking heads on TV. However, that’s...
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Another close shave...
Exploration of the planet Mars - rover, mission, videos, pictures and information. NASA is taking steps to protect its Mars orbiters, while preserving opportunities to gather valuable scientific data, as Comet C/2013 A1 Siding Spring heads toward a close flyby of Mars on Oct. 19.
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How do they manage to do that?
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Still baffles me. 
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That explains a lot...
It took just five minutes for a NASA sounding rocket to confirm the decades-old theory that the solar system sits within a bubble of gas produced in 10 million-year-old supernovae explosions.
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Star Trails Over Indonesia
Image Credit & Licence: HuiChieh (my dark sky)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap140818.html

Both land and sky were restless. The unsettled land included erupting Mount Semeru in the distance, the caldera of steaming Mount Bromo on the left, flowing fog, and the lights of moving cars along roads that thread between hills and volcanoes in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park in East Java, Indonesia. The stirring sky included stars circling the South Celestial Pole and a meteor streaking across the image right. The above 270-image composite was taken from King Kong Hill in mid-June over two hours, with a rising Moon lighting the landscape.
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Beautifully composed with the volcano.
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This week's Friday Fotos theme was a challenge, so thank you to everyone who shared their stunning photographs on our Facebook wall. We hope you enjoy the gallery. By submitting photographs to Ariz...
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And of course the #GRAIL launch anniversary...
Your weekly look at upcoming events and stories from around our solar system.
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An unforgettable affair!
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Laniakea...
Your ultimate address just changed. Astronomers have discovered that the supercluster we've long-believed our Milky Galaxy resides in is actually just an appendage on the outskirts of an even more giant new supercluster called Laniakea. Every now and then we receive an email from someone who ...
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Mercury is the smallest planet, but it is very dense.
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Grand Canyon National Park is now requiring organized, non-commercial groups conducting rim-to-rim hikes and extended day hikes in the inner Canyon to obtain a special-use permit for their activity...
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What's next, handheld hikes?
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Jupiter and Venus from Earth | Astronomy Picture of The Day
It was visible around the world. The sunset conjunction of Jupiter and Venus in 2012 was visible almost no matter where you lived on Earth. Anyone on the planet with a clear western horizon at sunset could see them. Pictured here in 2012, a creative photographer traveled away from the town lights of Szubin, Poland to image a near closest approach of the two planets. The bright planets were separated only by three degrees and his daughter striking a humorous pose. A faint red sunset still glowed in the background. Early tomorrow (Monday) morning, the two planets will pass even closer—only 0.2 degrees apart as visible from some locations—just before sunrise.

Image Credit: Marek Nikodem (PPSAE)

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#NASA   #Space   #Astronomy   #Jupiter   #Venus   #Conjunction #Earth #Poland #Szubin #Astrophotography   #Art   #Cosmos #Universe
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