Космонавты Антон Шкаплеров и Олег Артемьев с борта МКС поздравляют россиян с Днем Победы!
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying NASA’s InSight mission to Mars lifts off from Space Launch Complex-3 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, on May 5, 2018. The mission marks the first interplanetary launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base. The two-year InSight mission seeks to understand the evolutionary formation of rocky planets, including Earth, by investigating the interior structure and processes of Mars.
A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V 401 rocket will launch the InSight mission to Mars for NASA. This will be the first interplanetary mission to launch from the U.S. West Coast.
In today’s live stream, we will be looking at the end of the universe with theoretical astrophysicist and science writer Ethan Siegel.
Along the way we see how the knowledge that we have built up to come up with our best theory about the start of the universe could show us what may happen in the far distant future when the last stars have burned out and even the black holes have leaked away.
It’s an epic story that spans more than 10 to the power of 120 years. so hop on board for a ride into the future.
Topic start 0:15
Q&A Section start 32:30
Ethans personal view of the end of the Universe 52:10
Where can we find Ethan online 54:15
Ethans links :
Twitter : https://twitter.com/StartsWithABang
Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/Ethan-Siegel-14587131011/
Presented by Paul Shillito
Guest Presenter Ethan Siegel
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Intro music by Mike G Mullen, BMI – www.positrosmic.com
Jen Krupp, ULA flight design engineer for the InSight mission to Mars, talks about working on the first interplanetary mission to launch from the West Coast of the U.S.
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This episode begins an in-depth look at Post-Scarcity Civilizations, seeming Utopias where virtually anything is available to its citizens at the snap of their fingers. One of the exceptions to that may be privacy, which might be inherently impossible in such a society, and we will explore that challenge as we begin our series on such civilizations..
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На космодроме Байконур продолжается подготовка к запуску транспортного пилотируемого корабля “Союз МС-09”, старт которого запланирован на июнь 2018 года.
New Shepard flew again for the eighth time on April 29, 2018, from Blue Origin’s West Texas Launch Site. Known as Mission 8 (M8), the mission featured a reflight of the vehicle flown on Mission 7. The Crew Capsule reached an apogee of 351,000 feet (66 miles, 107 kilometers) – the altitude we’ve been targeting for operations.
For the second time, Blue Origin’s test dummy “Mannequin Skywalker” flew to space conducting astronaut telemetry and science studies. The flight also carried research payloads for NASA, the German Aerospace Center (DLR), and commercial customers. Learn more about the payloads: https://www.blueorigin.com/news/news/payload-customers-on-new-shepards-8th-test-flight
We look forward to sharing upcoming test flights as we continue our progress toward human spaceflight.
В Звёздном городке торжественно встретили экипаж корабля «Союз МС-06». Такие встречи по традиции проходят после того, как космонавты и астронавты пройдут курс послеполётной реабилитации