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Citizen Science-Led Open Data Innovation Through NASA Programs

Your Name and Title: David Lockett, STEM Teacher School or Organization Name: Bok AcademyCo-Presenter Name(s):  Denise Wright, STEM Teacher, Ocean Bay Middle SchoolArea of the World from Which You Will Present: USA (Fl and SC) Language in Which You Will Present: EnglishTarget Audience(s): K-12 Teachers Short Session Description (one line): The educational goal is to introduce citizen science so that all students and teachers may participate in scientific research on a global scale. Full Session Description (as long as you would like): The educational goal is to introduce citizen science so that all people may participate in scientific research on a global scale. When real-world research and technology can be connected outside the classroom learning becomes more meaningful. Attendees will be introduced to a variety of NASA citizen science apps which include, Air Quality Citizen Science, Sun spotter, GLOBE, Exoplanet Explorers, and several more. Attendees will be able to download these apps to be used immediately. Educators can enhance curriculum by collecting real-world scientific data and contributing to citizen science. The evidence for success will be when attendees download these apps so students and community members may contribute to citizen science research.Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session: http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2018/07/save_the_planet_do_a_citizen_s.html#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/5765&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.comSee More

          

Wenn Zwerge Riesen gebären

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Ein Exoplanet fordert aktuelle Modelle zur Entstehung dieser Himmelskörper heraus - Astronomen des CARMENES-Konsortiums haben einen neuen Exoplaneten entdeckt, der nach derzeitigem Wissensstand nicht existieren dürfte. Die Forschungsgruppe unter Beteiligung des Max-Planck-Instituts für Astronomie in Heidelberg fand einen Gasplaneten, dessen Masse im Vergleich zu seinem Mutterstern GJ 3512 ungewöhnlich groß ist. Die Wissenschaftler folgern, dass der Planet wahrscheinlich durch einen gravitativen Kollaps in einer Scheibe aus Gas und Staub entstand, die sich um den damals noch jungen Zwergstern befand. Dies widerspricht dem aktuell weithin akzeptierten Modell der Planetenentstehung, das für das Aufsammeln des umgebenden Gases einen festen Kern benötigt.
          

Fluid Dynamic Chill Out 393 06 10 2019 von Fluid Dynamic

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WEEKLY CHILL OUT FOR MGR BROADCAST LIVE EVERY SUNDAY 3PM GMT Be sure to check out my curated chill out playlist on youtube: 3500+ tracks: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/39887&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.comPLhJZG6ReZGI8RtfBbvZoVn_5smWQSNnh2 Kuba - We Can Still Learn Hol Baumann - Handwritten Notes Carbon Based Lifeforms - Derelicts Logarithmia - Warriors constellation Seamoon - Six Synergies E-Mantra - Shadows AmBeam - Strong Enough Suduaya - Voice Of Wisdom Asura - La Chanson de Carla Cosmic Replicant - I Robot Stefan Torto - Liberation of Truth Cell - Erasing Pluto Aes Dana - Perimeters Lost Shamana - - Ananta (Original Mix) Omel - To Fall In Love Cosmic Replicant vs Parahype - Structural Patterns Exoplanet - Spiral Spirit Alex H - Auf Wiedersehen
          

Physik-Nobelpreis geht an James Peebles, Michel Mayor und Didier Queloz

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Sie entdeckten 1995 die ersten Exoplaneten. Dafür erhalten Mayor und Queloz den Nobelpreis für Physik. Geehrt wird auch die Forschung von Peebles.
          

Dr. Richard Daystrom on (News Article): WE’RE ABOUT TO FIND LIFE ON MARS BUT THE WORLD IS “NOT PREPARED,” NASA SCIENTIST WARNS..............

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WE’RE ABOUT TO FIND LIFE ON MARS BUT THE WORLD IS “NOT PREPARED,” NASA SCIENTIST WARNS..............

 

October 1, 2019

Elias Marat, TMU
Waking Times

 

As we humble earthlings begin to learn more about the universe and potentially stand on the cusp of great discoveries about the planet Mars, we may not be prepared for what’s in store of us, warns the chief scientist of U.S. space agency NASA.

Dr. Jim Green believes that as two rovers from NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) prepare to embark for Mars next summer, humanity could be overwhelmed by the implications of studies to come.

Speaking to the Telegraph, the director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division compared the potential discoveries to Renaissance-era astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus’ theory that postulated that the Earth revolves around the Sun, rather than vice-versa.

The Copernican model, which is credited with revolutionizing science during the 16th century, earned him the condemnation of the Roman Catholic Church due to the model’s impact on the Church’s doctrines relating to astronomy.

“It will start a whole new line of thinking. I don’t think we’re prepared for the results.

I’ve been worried about that because I think we’re close to finding it and making some announcements.”

The ESA’s ExoMars Rover and NASA’s Mars 2020 are set to drill 6.5 feet into the Red Planet’s core to take samples in hopes of finding evidence of life on. The samples will be processed and examined in a mobile laboratory that will look for any traces of organic matter.

The ESA #ExoMars #RosalindFranklin rover is assembled for testing before heading to #Mars in 2020! The bogies we designed + built are shown in a stowed configuration - meaning the legs & wheels on the bogies of the #rover are folded pretty compactly for launch/transit to Mars!

Green said that if scientists find bio-signatures of life in Mars’ crust, a new era of astrobiology could begin.

“What happens next is a whole new set of scientific questions.

Is that life like us? How are we related?

Can life move from planet-to-planet or do we have a spark and just the right environment and that spark generates life – like us or not like us – based on the chemical environment that it is in?”

NASA’s Mars 2020 rover is set to launch next July before making the 140-million-mile trek to Mars and landing on its Jezero Crater in February 2021.

With two high-definition cameras and a detachable helicopter drone, the rover is set to collect an unprecedented batch of visual data and images of the cavernous and cliffy terrain of Mars.

However, the primary mission of the rover is to find signs of life. Habitable environments and biosignatures left in rock are being sought so that samples can be studied back on earth.

The latest research has shown that many planets believed to have always been uninhabitable may have once enjoyed conditions suitable for sustaining life. Earlier this year, NASA’s InSight rover found evidence of a potentially vast global reservoir of water on Mars.

Dr. Green notes that research also suggests the existence of civilizations on other planets. He commented:

 “There is no reason to think that there isn’t civilization elsewhere, because we are finding exoplanets [planets lying beyond the solar system] all over the place.”

 

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De får Nobelpriset: ”Finns planeter som passar för liv”

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Bara fem procent av materian i universum känner vi till i form av stjärnor, planeter och allt omkring oss. Resten är okänt och mörkt, vilket en av årets Nobelpristagare i fysik visat.

Två andra pristagare står för första upptäckten av en exoplanet i bana kring en solliknande stjärna.


          

Nobel de Física para los descubridores de los primeros planetas extrasolares

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Michel Mayor, Didier Queloz y James Peebles reciben el premio de la academia sueca, los primeros por el hallazgo de exoplanetas y el tercero por el estudio de la evolución del cosmos
          

Physik-Nobelpreis für kosmische Entdecker

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Auszeichnung für Entdecker des ersten Exoplaneten und einen Pionier der Kosmologie

          

Nobelpris för upptäckt av exoplanet

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Cosmology and Exoplanets Win 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics

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James Peebles, who helped found the field of cosmology, shares the prize with Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, discoverers of the first exoplanet around another sun-like star

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Premio Nobel de Física fue otorgado a James Peebles, Michel Mayor y Didier Queloz

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Nobel física, premio, REUTERSANUNCIO DE GANADORES, REUTERS

Los científicos James Peebles, Michel Mayor y Didier Queloz ganaron el Premio Nobel de Física 2019 por su trabajo en astronomía, informó el martes el instituto que entrega el galardón.

 

Peebles recibió la mitad del premio, mientras que Mayor y Queloz compartieron la otra mitad.

 

"Los galardonados de este año han transformado nuestras ideas sobre el cosmos", dijo la Real Academia de Ciencias de Suecia al otorgar el premio de 9 millones de coronas suecas (910.000 dólares).

 

"Si bien los descubrimientos teóricos de James Peebles contribuyeron a nuestra comprensión de cómo evolucionó el universo después del 'Big Bang', Michel Mayor y Didier Queloz exploraron nuestros vecindarios cósmicos en búsqueda de planetas desconocidos. Sus descubrimientos han cambiado para siempre nuestras concepciones del mundo".


La premiación durará hasta la próxima semana. Seguirán el galardón de química el miércoles, literatura el jueves (con dos ganadores, por no haber tenido distinción el año pasado), paz el viernes, y economía el lunes 14.


Para cada premio hay numerosas especulaciones, pero cualquier pronóstico es arriesgado, ya que las listas de los candidatos se mantienen en secreto. En cuanto al Nobel de paz, el comité noruego, que entrega esa distinción, registró este año 301 candidaturas. La activista sueca Greta Thunberg, creadora del movimiento Fridays for Future, contra el cambio climático, es la favorita en las apuestas.

 


          

Nobel prize in physics for discovery of exoplanet orbiting a star

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The Nobel prize in physics has been jointly awarded to  James Peebles, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz for their contributions to our understanding of the evolution of the universe and Earth’s place in the cosmos.
          

Bekanntgabe der Nobelpreisträger: So lief die Bekanntgabe des Physiknobelpreises

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Für Ihre Forschung zum Ursprung des Universums und zu Exoplaneten haben drei Astronomen den Physiknobelpreis bekommen. Sehen Sie sich hier die Bekanntgabe an.
          

Nobelova cena za fyziku pro kosmologa a dva objevitele exoplanety

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Stockholm - Letošní Nobelovu cenu za fyziku získali Američan kanadského původu James Peebles a Švýcaři Michel Mayor a Didier Queloz za svůj příspěvek k pochopení vývoje vesmíru a místa...
          

Nobel Prize in Physics Honors Cosmology and Exoplanet Discoveries (Nobel Prize site)

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Nobel Prize in physics recognizes work on dark matter, discovery of exoplanet - CNET

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The award goes to a trio of scientists for giving us a new understanding of the universe.
          

První exoplaneta. Nobelovu cenu za fyziku si vysloužilo zkoumání evoluce vesmíru

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Nobelovu cenu za fyziku si v roce 2019 rozdělili napůl kosmolog James Peebles, který ji dostal za teoretické objevy v oblasti fyzikální kosmologie, a dvojice astronomů Michel Mayor a Didier Queloz, jež ji obdrželi "za objev exoplanety obíhající kolem hvězdy slunečního typu". 
          

Od velkého třesku až k exoplanetám: Ocenění fyzici Nobelovou cenou přispěli k hledání "druhé Země" a moderním objevům v kosmologii

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Nobelovu cenu za fyziku získali Kanaďan Peebles za teorii v kosmologii a Švýcaři Mayor a Queloz za objev exoplanety

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Nobelpriset i fysik – Upptäckten av en exoplanet kring solliknande stjärna   

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Årets Nobelpris i fysik går till forskning som ökat vår förståelse av universums utveckling, från Big Bang till idag.

Ena hälften av priset går till James Peebles för upptäckter inom fysisk kosmologi, och andra hälften delas av Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz för upptäckten av en exoplanet i bana kring en solliknande stjärna. Programmet sänds direkt från Kungliga Vetenskapsakademien, där Vetenskapsradions Camilla Widebeck och Gustaf Klarin reder ut upptäckten tillsammans med professorn i teoretisk fysik Lars Bergström. Programledare Camilla Widebeck Gustaf Klarin Producent Peter Normark peter.normark@sverigesradio.se#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/101217&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.com
          

‘Impossible’ exoplanet and an alternate planet-formation theory - EarthSky

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  1. ‘Impossible’ exoplanet and an alternate planet-formation theory  EarthSky
  2. Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons  BBC News
  3. Discovery of 20 new moons puts Saturn ahead of Jupiter  Aljazeera.com#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/102102&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.com
  4. Twenty new moons discovered orbiting Saturn, 100 more moons wait to be found  Firstpost
  5. Discovery gives Saturn the most moons of any planet in our solar system and prompts name contest  Daily Mail
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Girl Scouts can now earn badges in space sciences like astronomy and the search for ET

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Through a collaboration with NASA and the SETI Institute, Girl Scouts can now earn badges in space science, from astronomy to the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

“Part of science literacy is understanding our place in the big world, in the solar system, in the universe," Pamela Harman, the director of education at the SETI Institute, told Air & Space Magazine. "Once we realize that, I think it’s easier to think about protecting our planet.”

From Air & Space:

Girl Scout cadettes (grades 6-8) can earn the space science researcher badge by investigating properties of light and observing the night sky; seniors (grades 9-10) can obtain the space science expert badge by classifying stars and studying their life cycles; and ambassadors (grades 11-12) seeking the space science master badge will explore exoplanets through activities such as designing a habitat for an alien world.

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Nobel prize in physics awarded to cosmology and exoplanet researchers

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James Peebles laid foundation for modern cosmology while Swiss pair found first exoplanet

Three scientists have been awarded the 2019 Nobel prize in physics for groundbreaking discoveries about the evolution of the universe and the Earth’s place within it.

James Peebles, from Canada, has been awarded half of the 9m Swedish kronor (£740,000) prize for his theoretical discoveries about the evolution of the universe. The Swiss astronomers Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz share the other half of the prize for their discovery of the first planet beyond our solar system.

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Nobel Physics Prize honours dark matter and exoplanets

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Canadian-American cosmologist James Peebles and Swiss astronomers Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz on Tuesday won the Nobel Physics Prize for research that increases the understanding of our place in the universe.
          

Nobel Prize winning physicist 'strongly believes aliens exist'

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Professor Didier Queloz of Cambridge University, who has jointly been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, says he strongly believes that alien life exists. He was awarded the prize 'for the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star'. Professor Queloz shares the award with Michel Mayor.
          

Scientists who revealed 'strange and wonderful' universe win Nobel prize

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The Nobel Prize for Physics is divided between a cosmologist for his insights into the birth of the universe, and two scientists who discovered the first exoplanet. David Doyle reports.
          

20 new moons discovered around Saturn, now they need names - Fox News

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  1. 20 new moons discovered around Saturn, now they need names  Fox News
  2. Saturn overtakes Jupiter as planet with most moons  BBC News
  3. Saturn Moons Number | Saturn Moons List  Popular Mechanics
  4. 20 mini-moons spotted orbiting Saturn  Boing Boing
  5. ‘Impossible’ exoplanet and an alternate planet-formation theory  EarthSky
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Premio Nobel de Física 2019: James Peebles, Michel Mayor y Didier Queloz

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El Premio Nobel de Física este año premia las novedosas teorías y perspectivas sobre la estructura e historia del universo (Peebles, 50% del premio), y el descubrimiento de un planeta (51 Pegasi b) que orbita una estrella de tipo solar fuera de nuestro sistema solar (Mayor y Queloz, 50%).

etiquetas: nobel, física, 2019, peebles, mayor, queloz, cosmología, exoplanetas

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Science Weekly Roundup 2/28/14

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Astronomy –Kepler’s Exoplanetary Universe in a Nutshell: Video (Space.com#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/129944&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.com) –NASA Will Unveil New Discoveries from Planet-Hunting Kepler Spacecraft Wednesday (Space.com#utm_source=googlier.com/page/2019_10_08/129944&utm_campaign=link&utm_term=googlier&utm_content=googlier.com) –Twin telescopes record video of meteoroid slamming into the moon (Ars Technica) –X-flare! Most intense flare of 2014 so far (EarthSky) –Father of big bang carries its hiss on his cellphone (New Scientist) –What Escapes a Black Hole? (Popular Science) Biology […]
          

Nobel de Física a un ‘historiador’ del universo y dos pioneros en la caza de exoplanetas

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El Premio Nobel de Física de 2019 recompensa la nueva comprensión de la estructura y la historia del universo, y el primer descubrimiento de un planeta que orbita una estrella de tipo solar fuera de nuestro sistema. El galardón ha sido para el canadiense James Peebles y los suizos Michel Mayor y Didier Queloz.


          

A trio of boffins scoop the Nobel Prize in physics for the first exoplanet discovery and big bang model

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James Peebles will get half the prize, whilst Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz share a quarter

Three scientists have won the Nobel Prize in physics for the discovery of how the early universe evolved after the Big Bang and finding the first exoplanet orbiting a faraway star.…




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