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Galac Ticus

Today is a patrial lunar ecclipse. 65% of the lunar disk will be overshadowed. ... See MoreSee Less

Wow! Amazing Solar winds! http://spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=11&month=07&year=2019

1 week ago

Galac Ticus

What a great image from Saturn via the EarthSky Community. Thanks Patrik Prokop: earthsky.org/earthsky-community-photos/entry/18021?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=56c5d26c... ... See MoreSee Less

What a great image from Saturn via the EarthSky Community. Thanks Patrik Prokop: https://earthsky.org/earthsky-community-photos/entry/18021?utm_source=EarthSky+News&utm_campaign=56c5d26c54-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_02_02_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c643945d79-56c5d26c54-394316669
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THE RECORDS OF
GALAC TICUS

Dossier for robots, cyborgs, humanoids and other life forms on the 3rd planet of the 235th solar system in the 5367th galaxy of the universe psi 11. The planetary organism, which is simply called Earth by those inhabitants who integrate information.

These records are a model of the interaction of intelligent creatures on planet Earth.  Perception is in the eyes of Galac Ticus the main processor of interactions and is in contrast to cognition not only driven by brain but by body.


There is a hardcopy in German language available. The special edition is delivered with a red canvas frame where the book fits into perfectly and can be taken out with a lifting ribbon. See the PREVIEW

Udo Maria FON, “NAME, TITEL, VERLAG oder Die Aufzeichnungen des Galac Ticus”, 2019, Auflage 33 Stück, nummeriert, signiert, Rahmenformat 35 x 50 cm. Bestellen

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In a year of major anniversaries in the space and science communities, 50 teachers from different ESA Member and Associate States were inspired at our Summer Teacher Workshop. In a four-day ESA Education programme, primary and secondary teachers explored the #Moon, monitored our planet, launched rockets and navigated robots with hands-on activities. See www.esa.int/Education/Teachers_Corner/From_stardust_to_the_Moon_sparking_creativity_in_Education ... See MoreSee Less

In a year of major anniversaries in the space and science communities, 50 teachers from different ESA Member and Associate States were inspired at our Summer Teacher Workshop. In a four-day ESA Education programme, primary and secondary teachers explored the #Moon, monitored our planet, launched rockets and navigated robots with hands-on activities. See http://www.esa.int/Education/Teachers_Corner/From_stardust_to_the_Moon_sparking_creativity_in_Education
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Standing tall at 363 feet, the Saturn V rocket was the only vehicle of its time that could accomplish a feat such as landing humans on the Moon. 👨‍🚀 🌔 This #Apollo50th, the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution has brought the rocket back to life on the Washington Monument: go.nasa.gov/2M0BfTZ ... See MoreSee Less

Standing tall at 363 feet, the Saturn V rocket was the only vehicle of its time that could accomplish a feat such as landing humans on the Moon. 👨‍🚀 🌔 This #Apollo50th, the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution has brought the rocket back to life on the Washington Monument: https://go.nasa.gov/2M0BfTZ

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I would love to have seen the N1 in use alongside the Saturn V.

For most of my childhood I wanted to work for the space program. By the time I was going to college, there wasn't much of a space program. I love this, and it rekindles some of the passion for space I had as a kid.

This would be so amazing to see!

Fantastic projection!

Awesome, wish I lived closer.

This is awesome! Wish I could see it in person.

Very very awesome,to say the least

Only 2 days left is the apollo 11 memory to successfully land on the moon and we wait and see how nasa will celebrate and organize.

Great greetings from Chile !

My word. I’m impressed and moved. Well done.

"We leave as we came and, God willing, as we shall return, with peace, and hope for all mankind." - Gene Cernan

This is amazing!

I worked at Douglas Missiles and Space Division in Huntington Beach, CA. On the Saturn 5 and the S4B. I was absolutely fascinated by everything, it was an exciting time. I Loved it!

Standing very tall and great days coming soo

Wow, that is Awesome!!!

Such an amazing engineering feat for its time

is it a hologram? fantastic sight!

very cool to mark the Apollo 50 anniversary 🇺🇸🇺🇸

Beautiful!!!😍

I was born in the late 70s I grew up knowing the moon wasn’t made of cheese 🧀. Kind of sad I missed the most historic event in human history yet so happy to be living in the Space age. Maybe I’ll live to see a person walk on Mars.

Down right awesome..

One of the best creations of Germany 😉

Beautiful display

Amazing, imagine the brave men sit on top of those gigantic rocket..

If you click on my "avatar" (the photo that identifies me on Facebook) you will see a photomontage honoring this important fact. And I, at the age of seven, I watched this pioneering achievement on television in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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3 hours ago

Роскосмос

#СоюзМС13: ракета на старте 🚀

Ракета-носитель «Союз-ФГ» с пилотируемым кораблём «Союз МС-13» установлена на стартовом комплексе площадки № 1 космодрома Байконур. В настоящее время начались работы по программе первого стартового дня.

19 июля на заседании Государственной комиссии будут утверждены составы экипажей, а затем космонавты и астронавты ответят на вопросы журналистов.

🚀 Запуск запланирован на 20 июля в 19:28 мск.
👨‍🚀 В составе основного экипажа: космонавт Александр Скворцов, астронавты Лука Пармитано и Эндрю Морган. Дублирующего– космонавт Сергей Рыжиков, астронавты Томас Маршбёрн и Соичи Ногучи.
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Chandrayaan 2 is ready to take a billion dreams to the Moon — now stronger than ever before! Join us for the launch on Monday — 22 July, 2019 — at 2:43 PM IST.
#Chandrayaan2 #GSLVMkIII #ISRO
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Chandrayaan 2 is ready to take a billion dreams to the Moon — now stronger than ever before! Join us for the launch on Monday — 22 July, 2019 — at 2:43 PM IST.
 #Chandrayaan2 #GSLVMkIII #ISRO

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🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 Best wishes for mission. And Congratulations in advance. Be successfull. 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

We make victory this time best wishes ISTRO

Nice time... Best wishes.

Best wishes our great Isro

Best wishes for this mission

Good luck this time.

Best wishes good luck

Best wishes for ISRO!💐

Having worked for manned Mars Mission I've been so proud of NASA. But I can boldly say that you guys at ISRO have made me feel truly proud so many times during recent years. I salute you my space warriors. Best wishes ! 🙂

Best wishes& make sure everything should be perfect

best wishes n good luck ISRO

Best of luck 👍 Praying for successful launch

Lots of wishes 🙏🙏🙏

Great excitement launch and greetings for successful mission...,.

Best wishes for missing impossible but possible by our ISRO

Happy journey...

Good luck and best wishes,JAY HIND🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

Congrats success is ours.

Best wishes 🚀

Best wishes ISRO Waiting for that proud moment

Best wishes 🇮🇳

Best wishes 👍

Best wishes 🇮🇳🧡

Best wishes ❤️ 🇮🇳

Love, respect & best wishes from Russia 👏🙏🚀✌🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳

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14 hours ago

Canadian Space Agency

Trivia! This image of the Vancouver area was captured on July 10 by one of the RADARSAT Constellation satellites. What is the name of the river that crosses it?

The RCM commissioning phase, which started a few days after the launch, continues! This non-calibrated image was acquired on July 10, 2019, in the High-Resolution 5m mode. It goes from the edge of Richmond on the left to Pitt Meadows on the right. In the zoomed-in image, we can clearly see Lynnterm Terminal in North Vancouver and the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge. When fully operational, the trio of satellites will provide daily images of Canada's vast territory and maritime approaches, as well as images of the Arctic.

To learn more: asc-csa.gc.ca/RCM.
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Trivia! This image of the Vancouver area was captured on July 10 by one of the RADARSAT Constellation satellites. What is the name of the river that crosses it? 

The RCM commissioning phase, which started a few days after the launch, continues! This non-calibrated image was acquired on July 10, 2019, in the High-Resolution 5m mode. It goes from the edge of Richmond on the left to Pitt Meadows on the right. In the zoomed-in image, we can clearly see Lynnterm Terminal in North Vancouver and the Iron Workers Memorial Bridge. When fully operational, the trio of satellites will provide daily images of Canadas vast territory and maritime approaches, as well as images of the Arctic. 

To learn more: http://asc-csa.gc.ca/RCM.Image attachmentImage attachment

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My home area is there, 😮

I would like to see some pictures of the North West passage. And ice cover if any Thanks Hans in Montreal.

Fraser River I think lol..

Frazer River

Fraser River

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19 hours ago

CERN

Our #PhotoOfTheWeek shows maintenance work and upgrades for the CMS Experiment at CERN . 🔧

During the ongoing two-year break of CERN's accelerator complex, Long Shutdown 2 (LS2), the innermost layer of the CMS pixel detector will be replaced with more high-luminosity-tolerant and radiation-tolerant components. The beam pipe will also be replaced, with one that will allow the extremities of the future pixel detectors to get even closer to the interaction point.
The CMS experiment is a 14 000-tonne detector that aims to solve a wide range of questions about the mysteries around the #Higgsboson and #darkmatter.

Throughout LS2, the whole accelerator complex and detectors will be reinforced and upgraded for the next LHC run, starting in 2021, and the High-Luminosity LHC (#HiLumiLHC) project, which will start operation after 2025. Increasing the luminosity of the LHC means producing far more data.

Find out more:
home.cern/news/news/experiments/whats-store-cms-detector-over-next-two-years

#upgradingLHC

Image credit: Maximilien Brice/CERN
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Our #PhotoOfTheWeek shows maintenance work and upgrades for the CMS Experiment at CERN . 🔧 
 
During the ongoing two-year break of CERNs accelerator complex, Long Shutdown 2 (LS2), the innermost layer of the CMS pixel detector will be replaced with more high-luminosity-tolerant and radiation-tolerant components. The beam pipe will also be replaced, with one that will allow the extremities of the future pixel detectors to get even closer to the interaction point. 
The CMS experiment is a 14 000-tonne detector that aims to solve a wide range of questions about the mysteries around the #Higgsboson and #darkmatter. 

Throughout LS2, the whole accelerator complex and detectors will be reinforced and upgraded for the next LHC run, starting in 2021, and the High-Luminosity LHC (#HiLumiLHC) project, which will start operation after 2025. Increasing the luminosity of the LHC means producing far more data.

Find out more:
https://home.cern/news/news/experiments/whats-store-cms-detector-over-next-two-years

#upgradingLHC 

Image credit: Maximilien Brice/CERN

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very good for the future, and in the meantime very good for watching it during OD19

Beautiful 🥰

I am sure that if something happens, the helmet the man is wearing, will save his life 😱😱😱

Could you please take some 360 videos of the ATLAS, CMS, and ALICE!

That would be a cool Job

What are you trying to achieve?

Doc you’ll know in 30 years!!!

what more results are expected after this up gradation,..............

Dirac’s emission and re-radiation for scattering problems

How would it feel to be a technician at Cern?

Speak in lame terms. What the f*ck are you trying to do with this machine?... Why don't you tell everyone what d-wave is and what it is exactly you're using the LHC along with d-wave for...

👏👏 🌎🌔🌕🛸🚀🛰

Guy thinking about his last Vegas days poker games seeing the detector

Šejla Hadžić

Shaun Johnny English Nightingale joli Bruno 😉

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