More than 300 bright spots have been located on the surface of Ceres. Scientists with NASA’s Dawn mission say the bright material indicates the dwarf planet is an active, evolving world.
By: NASA Goddard
Originally published on Nov 13, 2017
How can you see the atmosphere? By tracking what is carried on the wind. Tiny aerosol particles such as smoke, dust, and sea salt are transported across the globe, making visible weather patterns and other normally invisible physical processes.
This visualization uses data from NASA satellites, combined with mathematical models in a computer simulation allowing scientists to study the physical processes in our atmosphere. By following the sea salt that is evaporated from the ocean, you can see the storms of the 2017 hurricane season.
During the same time, large fires in the Pacific Northwest released smoke into the atmosphere. Large weather patterns can transport these particles long distances: in early September, you can see a line of smoke from Oregon and Washington, down the Great Plains, through the South, and across the Atlantic to England.
Dust from the Sahara is also caught in storms sytems and moved from Africa to the Americas. Unlike the sea salt, however, the dust is removed from the center of the storm. The dust particles are absorbed by cloud droplets and then washed out as it rains.
Advances in computing speed allow scientists to include more details of these physical processes in their simulations of how the aerosols interact with the storm systems.
Supercomputing 2017 conference:
Matthew R. Radcliff (USRA): Lead Producer
Aaron E. Lepsch (ADNET Systems, Inc.): Technical Support
William Putman (NASA/GSFC): Lead Scientist
Anton S. Darmenov (NASA/GSFC): Scientist
Ellen T. Gray (ADNET Systems, Inc.): Narrator
Music: Elapsing Time by Christian Telford [ASCAP], Robert Anthony Navarro [ASCAP]
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By: NASA Johnson
A fidget spinner in space! How long does it spin? I’m not sure, but it’s a great way to experiment with Newton’s laws of motion!
Allowing the fidget spinner to float reduces the bearing friction by permitting the rate of the central ring and outer spinner to equalize, and the whole thing spins as a unit.
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Foklert Gorter, Untitled, 2014
Wassily Kandinsky, Points, 1920
João Paulo Bernardes, Untitled, 2015
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Carmen Gaudin, 1885
Claude Monet, Woman Seated under the Willows, 1880
Vincent van Gogh, Self-Portrait, 1889
Mihael Blikshteyn, Flock of Birds, 2014
Frederic Edwin Church, Aurora Borealis, 1865
Vincent van Gogh, Cafe Terrace at Night, 1888
Josh Sears, One Way, 2006
Josh Sears, Hesitation, 2006
Josh Sears, Red Storm, 2010
Peter Wey, Grand Canyon, 2013
Kevin Russ, Monument, 2013
Forrest Mankins, Sunset on Alaskan Lake, 2015
NASA, Pillars of Creation, 2015
Jonathan McIntosh, Cosmo Graphia 2, 2015
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2017 North America Total Solar Eclipse
Telescope : Takahashi Mewlon18C (fl:2160mm, f:12)
Camera : Panasonic GX85
Mount : RainbowAstro RST-150H Harmonic Drive Mount
Location : Warm Springs, OR, US
Date : 21, Aug, 2017
BGM : Flowing Air – Mattia Vlad Morleo
Photographer : JunHo Oh
This collection of photos was taken by a group of dedicated volunteers across the US during the Aug 21, 2017 total solar eclipse. They have been algorithmically stitched together, based on the time and location of the photo, to give us an extended look at the sun’s atmosphere. Where we have gaps you’ll see the previous image shown for a longer period. As more images are uploaded and processed these will be filled in and the movie will get better and better.
By: Science Channel
#AsteroidDay | Friday, June 30
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By: Mathieu Stern
I had the incredible chance to be the first filmmaker to ever visit MS-83, a newly discovered exoplanet 34 light years away from Earth, because it was not terraformed yet, you will need a respiratory mask to walk it’s lands.
Breathing MS-83 air could lead to color blindness and the loss of eyebrows hair.
I had the chance to follow a visitor for a hike between the desert and the blue forests of MS-83, it is a fascinating experience that i will never forget.
If you come to this planet, please do not take any living or mineral element with you on your trip back, this planet is classified and need to be protected.
It took almost 1 year and 4 trips around the world to create this new travel destination by mixing footage i shot in :
The 2 first images in space comes from the Nasa public domaine video library, all the rest of the footage was shot by me.
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