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Saat Bellaflor

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Download the high resolution #EarthfromSpace image of #SaintPetersburg taken by #Sentinel2A :
http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2017/01/Saint_Petersburg 

Credit: contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2016), processed by ESA
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Modern, especially scientific, definition of space, similar to Copernicus idea of Earth = flat universe, the space-time that can bend like a sheet of paper, a lot of material theories, just something, no matter where, and how something like this is possible to imagine.
In fact, even to provide adequate border indicating the end of a dimensionless Universe, much more complex than it may at first glance seem. To determine the boundaries of the Universe, or the multiverse theory of many, and even so, to avoid question - what next? - it is impossible! Where is the answer: Nothing defines essential truth!
The reluctance to correctly understand the space is the inspiring principle of an error in the basis of the logical definition of all that fills them.
An infinite number is the lack of logical thinking and utopia of modern science, because any number can vary and be, just, unlimited, where it can be.
To understand the infinity of space, too, but logically possible. It is much harder to imagine, or to imagine, the absolute absence of limits, as well as to draw, or to indicate an absolute void space.
The absolute emptiness of space is something consisting of Nothing.
Infinity is the consistent quality of all spatial emptiness!
Completely empty space is a constant volume determines the energy boundary distinction between micro and macro infinity.
Nothing is the absolute basis of all material structures!
Only the absolute understanding of the emptiness of humanity will open an entirely new path of progressive and civilized development, where the possibility of change and human development need not necessarily end with irreversible old age. https://vk.com/tviss
The theory of absolute emptiness is unique in the World!!!
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ŁADNA CHOJINKA. WESOŁYCH ŚWIĄWT! DUŻO ZDROWIA MIŁOŚCI I POKOJU NACAŁYM ŚWIECIE
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kouki atu

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梅雨明けましたがすっきりしない大気が続いています。
今夜は久しぶりの星空が広がっていますが。ソラには薄い紗がかかっています。

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南西の山の上に現れた淡い光は火星の北を通り抜け、ぐんぐんと明るさを増しながら天頂の少し南を通過
夏の大三角を割って白鳥座のデネブをかすめ
北東の地平線を目指して飛去りました。

現在、ISSには日本人宇宙飛行士の大西卓哉さんが乗り込み4ヶ月間の長期滞在に挑んでいます。

※ 撮影時間はISS経過時間より長くなっています。


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Saat Bellaflor

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I want to go there when i grow older.
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Saat Bellaflor

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On @Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg will ask your Qs to Space Station astronauts on June 1. Submit Qs: https://www.facebook.com/events/1763878947164869/
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→ Health is Wealth←
 
Fresh food grown in the microgravity environment of space is officially on the menu for the first time for NASA astronauts on the International Space Station.

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The International Space Station completed its 100,000th orbit on May 16, 2016 after its first component, the Zarya cargo module, launched Nov. 20, 1998. That is over 2.6 billion miles traveled, nearly the distance from Earth to Neptune (2.9 billion miles), or ten round trips from Mars to Earth.
The International Space Station completed its 100,000th orbit on May 16, 2016 after its first component, the Zarya cargo module, launched Nov. 20, 1998....
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kouki atu

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2016/03/21 23:05:53.83
四国を斜めに横切るラインで見られたISSの月面通過の動画編集が出来ました。

撮影地は高知県 吾川郡 いの町
天頂付近に昇っている白い月(Age 12.5)の前をISSが通過して行きました。
ISSまでの距離は454km
前回の経験から今回はFullHD 30i での撮影にしたのでISSが綺麗に写りました
50i モードがどうなるのか実験してみないといけませんね。

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Since the launch of Zarya, the first module of the ISS, on 20 November 1998, five space agencies have worked together to build the orbiting science lab—one of the most complex scientific and technological endeavours ever undertaken. On 20 November 2013, celebrate with us as we launch a world-wide wave to cheer the ISS! Starting at midnight GMT—the official time zone of the ISS—the European Space Agency (ESA), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) are launching a world-wide wave for ISS. Join the wave by following the hashtag #ISS15! Keep the wave rolling by telling us what the ISS—its science, technology and astronauts—means to you. Head outside and see the space station for yourself. If you're lucky enough to photograph it, share your photo by tagging it with #ISS15. It's your space station, and it's your turn to get involved! How will you do the world-wide wave?

Saat Bellaflor

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Today, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched its HTV cargo vehicle to the International Space Station at 8:26 a.m. EST. The spacecraft will travel on a 4 day journey before reaching the crew on orbit and delivering them with more than 4.5 tons of supplies. More: http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/
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The three rules in the solar system

Rule # 1
Sun’s mass / Jupiter’s mass: Distance to Jupiter / Sun’s radius = 1: 1
Sun’s mass / Saturn’s mass: Distance to Saturn / Sun’s radius = 2: 1
Sun’s mass / Neptune’s mass: Distance to Neptune / Sun’s radius = 3: 1

Rule # 2
Earth = 1 * 0.55 ^ 0/1 (distance) = 1 (mass)
Venus = 1 * 1 * 0.55 / 0.7 (distance) = 0.8 (mass)
Asteroid’s belt = 1 * 0.55 ^ 2 / 2.8 (distance) = 0.11 (mass)
Mars = 1 * 0.55 ^ 3 / 1.5 (distance) = 0.11 (mass)

Where, 1 = Earth’s mass* distance * 1 * 1 = 1.
Asteroid’s belt stretched from 2 to 3.5 AU and so we take the middle (2.8 AU)
Mercury is look like asteroid, planet has an elongated orbit, small size, includes iron.

Rule # 3
Jupiter = 1650 * 0.55 ^ 0 / 5.2 (distance) = 318 (mass)
Saturn = 1650 * 0.55 * 1 / 9.5 (distance) = 95 (mass)
Neptune = 1650 * 0.55 ^ 2/30 (distance) = 17 (mass)
Uranus = 1650 * 0.55 ^ 3/19 (distance) = 14.5 (mass)

Where, 1650 = Jupiter’s mass*distance = 318*5.2 = 1650 (approx.)
Saturn = 900, Neptune = 500, Uranus = 275.
Ratio 0.55 = 900/1650 or 500/900 or 275/500 = 0.55
Degree n = number by mass of planets, Jupiter = 0, Saturn = 1, Neptune = 2, Uranus = 3

Giant planets are located at a distance of 10, 20, 30 AU. Consequently, the new planet should be logically located at a distance of 40 AU.
New planet’s mass = 1650 * 0.55 ^ 4/40 (distance) = 4 (mass), that is 4 times of Earth’s mass

If a new planet is located in the Kuiper Belt at a distance of 50 AU
New planet’s mass = 1650 * 0.55 * 4/50 (distance) = 3 (mass), that is 3 times of Earth’s mass

If a new planet is located at the boundary of the solar system at a distance of 100 AU
The mass of the new planet = 1650 * 0.55 * 4/100 (distance) = 1.5 (mass), that is 1.5 times of Earth’s mass


Yerzhan Orymbetov, Kazakhstan, Almaty, November 4, 2016

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kouki atu

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29日未明
03:00にもなると東のソラはもう冬の星座が昇ってきています。

細くなった月はおうし座に立ちよっています。
その左にはプレアデス星団

北方向から現れたISSは月明かりにも負けずに空を横切り月の下を通って南東のソラへと飛去りました。

150km程東へ移動すれば月面を横切る姿が見られたのですが、事情が許さず残念でした。

29日は花火大会の真上の通過を目視では確認出来ましたが
写真には明るいソラに溶け込んでしまい、うまく写りませんでした。

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Saat Bellaflor

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Rare, high-altitude noctilucent or “night shining” clouds seen from the International Space Station. These clouds form between 76 and 85 kilometers above Earth’s surface, in a region known as the mesopause. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/1VIMoHn
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Saat Bellaflor

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Space food cook-off! A red pepper risotto entrée created by high school students won the HUNCH culinary challenge. This dish will be processed for flight and enjoyed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station next year. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1sKAXny
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Saat Bellaflor

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Space food cook-off! A red pepper risotto entrée created by high school students won the HUNCH culinary challenge. This dish will be processed for flight and enjoyed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station next year. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1sKAXny
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Saat Bellaflor

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Good News Everyone we are packing up and moving to Jupiter and Saturn in about 8 Billion years
#lifefindsaway
"When a star ages and brightens, the habitable zone moves outward and you're basically giving a second wind to a planetary system," study author Ramses M. Ramirez, research associate at Cornell's Carl Sagan Institute, said in a news release. "Currently objects in these outer regions are frozen in our own solar system, and Europa and Enceladus - moons orbiting Jupiter and Saturn - are icy for now."

As a star like our Sun gets older, it expands to become a Red Giant, and new research from Cornell scientists has found that frozen worlds in the outer part of a solar system could become habitable once their sun swells in size. Planetary researchers are particularly focused on habitable zones, or the sphere of …
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our next "Generation/Future" will get roasted, if they not prepared for the next billion years to come. 
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