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From: JuanJ  (Original message) Sent: 28/05/2011 01:19




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From: JuanJ Sent: 13/07/2011 15:58

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From: JuanJ Sent: 13/07/2011 16:00
NEBULOSA PELICANO

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From: JuanJ Sent: 13/07/2011 16:01

The Whale Galaxy Lebus Observatory


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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:29
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A Flight of Helios
Image Credit: Carla Thomas, courtesy DFRC, NASA

Explanation: An example of solar-powered flight, NASA's Helios aircraft flew almost one hundred years after the Wright brothers' historic flight on December 17, 1903.

 Pictured here at 3,000 meters in in skies northwest of Kauai, Hawaii, USA in August 2001, the remotely piloted Helios is traveling at about 40 kilometers per hour.

Essentially an ultralight flying wing with 14 electric motors, the aircraft was built by AeroVironment Inc.

Covered with solar cells, Helios' impressive 247 foot wide wing exceeded the wing span and even overall length of a Boeing 747 jet airliner.

Climbing during daylight hours, the prototype aircraft ultimately reached an altitude just short of 30,000 meters, breaking records for non-rocket powered flight.

 Helios was intended as a technology demonstrator, but in the extremely thin air 30,000 meters above Earth's surface,

 the flight of Helios also approached conditions for winged flight in the atmosphere of Mars.


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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:31
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NGC 2403 in Camelopardalis
Credit: Image Data - Subaru Telescope (NAOJ), Hubble Legacy Archive; Processing - Robert Gendler

Explanation: Magnificent island universe NGC 2403 stands within the boundaries of the long-necked constellation Camelopardalis.


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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:36
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Vesta Vista
Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, UCLA, MPS, DLR, IDA

Explanation: What does the surface of asteroid Vesta look like? The brightest asteroid in the Solar System and the object which takes up about 10 percent of the entire mass of the main asteroid belt

 had never been seen up close before. Over the past few weeks, however, the robotic Dawn spacecraft became the first spacecraft ever to approach Vesta.

 A few days ago, just after attaining orbit, Dawn took the above image. Early images show Vesta to be an old and battered world, covered with craters, bulges, grooves, and cliffs.

 Studying Vesta may give clues to the formative years of our early Solar System, as the unusual world may be one of the largest remaining protoplanets. After a year of studying Vesta,

 Dawn is scheduled to leave orbit and, in 2015, approach the only asteroid-belt object that is larger: Ceres.


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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:37
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Una caminata en la estaciòn espacial.. 
ISS Expedition 28 Crew, STS-135 Crew, NASA

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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:43
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COLISION DE GALAXIAS

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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:45
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El ùltimo acercamiento del Atlantis
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From: JuanJ Sent: 25/07/2011 17:49
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NO SON ESTRELLAS... SON MILLONES DE GALAXIAS FOTOGRAFIAS DE LA REGION DE PERSEUS
EN CADA UNA DE ESAS LUCES HAY MILLONES DE ESTRELLAS..... Que pequeños somos.. 

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From: JuanJ Sent: 27/05/2012 01:51
  • Nebulosa del anillo ...

 

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From: JuanJ Sent: 15/10/2012 17:36
Constelación de Sagitario y Escorpio - 1 (© Derechos Reservados de la British Broadcasting Corporation Corporación Británica de Radiodifusión 2012)

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From: JuanJ Sent: 09/04/2013 22:56
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NGC 3132:  NEBULOSA EN ANILLO .
 
 
 

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From: JuanJ Sent: 09/04/2013 22:57
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The Moon's Saturn
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