Okay, this must be a spoof of all the 2012 craziness. Our team has accidentally run across a secret government video tape that tells the real story behind 2012. An Alien Civilization parked around the planet Saturn is spreading conspiracy theories to distract Earthlings from their ultimate mission: to take control of the Galaxy. Will ordinary humans find out in time?
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The search for Earth-like planets is reaching a fever-pitch. Does the evidence so far help shed light on the ancient question: Is the galaxy filled with life, or is Earth just a beautiful, lonely aberration? If things dont work out on this planet Or if our itch to explore becomes unbearable at some point in the future Astronomers have recently found out what kind of galactic real estate might be available to us. Well have to develop advanced transport to land there, 20 light years away. The question right now: is it worth the trip?
If things don’t work out on this planet…
Or if our itch to explore becomes unbearable at some point in the future…
Astronomers have recently found out what kind of galactic real estate might be available to us.
We’ll have to develop advanced transport to land there, 20 light years away…. But that’s for later.
The question right now: is it worth the trip? The destination is a star that you can’t see with your naked eye, in the southern constellation Libra, called Gliese 581.
Identified over 40 years ago by the German astronomer Wilhelm Gliese, it’s Continue reading The Search For Earth-Like Planets – Version 1
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A NASA video from a time of great optimism about space exploration. The Apollo missions were completed and the Space Shuttle program was underway. How soon before cheap and frequent flights to space would allow the construction of O’Neal colonies and mining camps on the Moon? This visionary approach calls for tiered greenhouses in space and unlimited solar power beamed back to Earth… all before the year 2000!
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From a distance, our galaxy would look like a flat spiral, some 100,000 light years across, with pockets of gas, clouds of dust, and about 400 billion stars rotating around the galaxys center. Thick dust and blinding starlight have long obscured our vision into the mysterious inner regions of the galactic center. And yet, the clues have been piling up, that something important, something strange is going on in there. Astronomers tracking stars in the center of the galaxy have found the best proof to date that black holes exist. Now, they are shooting for the first direct image of a black hole.
From a distance, our galaxy would look something like this.
A flat spiral, some 100,000 light years across, with pockets of gas, clouds of dust, and about 400 billion stars rotating around the galaxy’s center.
That center — bulging up and out of the galactic disk — is tightly packed with stars.
Thick dust and blinding starlight have long obscured our vision into the mysterious inner regions of this so-called “bulge.”
And yet, the clues have been piling up, that something important…something strange… is going on in there.
On ne les a jamais directement vus, pourtant nous savons quils sont là, rôdant au milieu de denses amas détoiles, ou errant dans les nébuleuses de la galaxie, où ils chassent les étoiles, ou avalent des planètes entières. Les plus gros trous noirs de l’univers.
Earth’s landmasses were not always what they are today. Continents formed as Earth’s crustal plates shifted and collided over long periods of time. This video shows how today’s continents are thought to have evolved over the last 600 million years, and where they’ll end up in the next 100 million years.
Paleogeographic Views of Earth’s History provided by Ron Blakey, Professor of Geology, Northern Arizona University.
Last year, Saturn moved into a rare position that allowed the Hubble Space Telescope to image its northern and southern aurorae at the same time. From ESA’s HubbleCast, with the famous Dr. J.
The Cassini spacecraft has been detecting intense radio emissions from the planet Saturn. They come from the planet’s aurorae, where magnetic field lines thread the polar regions. These signals have been shifted into the range of human hearing and compressed in time. For more information about how NASA produced this track, go to…
Pluto was kicked off the list of major planets. It seems to have responded by turning a mysterious red color, according to scientists working with the Hubble Space Telescope. They’re now trying to find out what makes its surface so dynamic. From the Space Telescope Science Institute.