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          Military Insiders Confirm Thousands of Extraterrestrials Live Among Us      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
As the scientific community continues to speculate about whether intelligent extraterrestrial life exists on exoplanets being discovered throughout our vast galaxy, military insiders have come forward to reveal that national governments are hiding a stunning truth. Extraterrestrials who look just like us not only exist throughout the galaxy, but tens of thousands of them have infiltrated communities all over the planet as neighbors, co-workers, teachers, doctors, humanitarians, etc.
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          Scientists discover 45 new exoplanets in solar systems beyond our own      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Scientists have discovered a trove of forty-four planets in solar systems beyond our own in one go, dwarfing the usual number of confirmations from extrasolar surveys. The findings will improve existing models of solar systems, and may help researchers investigate exoplanet atmospheres. Novel ... Reported by DNA 3 hours ago.
          Brain Food: Cutting Edge Instrument Helps in the Search for Earth-Like Exoplanets      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Astronomers at Lowell Observatory have one of the first instruments capable of detecting Earth-sized exoplanets outside our solar system.
          Identifican exoplanetas con las mismas condiciones de vida que la Tierra      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Los científicos han identificado un grupo de planetas fuera de nuestro sistema solar en los que existen las mismas condiciones químicas que se cree generaron la vida en la Tierra. Este trabajo nos acerca un poco más a la cuestión de si estamos solos en el universo.
Identifican exoplanetas con las mismas condiciones de vida que la Tierra
Investigadores de la Universidad de Cambridge y del Laboratorio de Biología Molecular del Consejo de Investigación Médica (MRC LMB) han identificado exoplanetas en los que podría haberse desarrollado la vida tal como ocurrió en su día en la Tierra, ya que reúnen las condiciones químicas necesarias para que ese fenómeno se hubiera replicado, según un estudio publicado en la revista Science Advances.

El estudio considera que las estrellas que emiten suficiente luz ultravioleta (UV) podrían activar la vida en los planetas que las orbitan de la misma manera que probablemente ocurrió en la Tierra, donde esa luz alimenta una serie de reacciones químicas que facilitan la vida.

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          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Piet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ik citeer het artikel: "Onderzoekers hebben in één klap 44 planeten buiten ons zonnestelsel weten op te sporen." “Zestien planeten zijn ongeveer dezelfde grootte als onze aarde." 16/44 = 36,4% Dat noem ik wel degelijk bij bosjes. Jammer dat je keer op keer in een verdedigende stuip schiet...
          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Carl Blyweert      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Nergens lees ik dat ietsje groter "bij bosjes" valt te detecteren. Vele van de rest zijn net wat groter dan de aarde. Maar goed. Blijkbaar staat de stuurman weer op de wal....
          Trove of forty-four exoplanets in solar systems far away discovered by scientists      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          TESS poskytl první data a zachytil i kometu, odraz Marsu a asteroidy      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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Přesně jak bylo slíbeno, vesmírné zařízení TESS po několik měsíců trvajícím zprovoznění poslalo první data a my se díky tomu můžeme podívat na videozáznam ukazující prolétávající kometu. A krom toho tu máme také 44 nově potvrzených exoplanet. 

          Ganímedes, lua de Júpiter, pode gerar som de 'apito' poderoso       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ganímedes possui campo magnético próprio poderoso que estimula ondas sonoras  (Foto: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Wikimedia Commons)

 

Uma equipe de estudiosos do  Centro Alemão de Pesquisas em Geociências (GFZ), afirmou que está recebendo sons agudos de Ganímedes, lua de Júpiter, por meio da sonda espacial Galileo. 

Publicado na revista Nature, o estudo apontou que o "apito" do satélite é um milhão de vezes mais intenso do que seria esperado de outras luas e planetas.

Embora seja predominantemente um vácuo, o universo contém partículas carregadas que, quando interagem com os campos magnéticos de planetas ou estrelas, se movem de maneira aguçada.

Segundo a NASA, muitas vezes as partículas são empurradas pelas ondas de plasma (aglomerados de elétrons e íons) e, em alguns casos, o movimentos podem ser rítmicos – que ocorrem como ondas de rádio de baixa frequência. E com a utilização de tecnologias na Terra, é possível "ouvi-las".

As ondas "whistler" (assovios), tipo de ondas de plasmas musicais, emitem diferentes “ruídos” dependendo do tipo de plasma pelo qual passam. Com isso, é possível determinar as propriedades do plasma com base na música que fazem.

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A nova pesquisa descreve a detecção de "whistlers" fortes nas proximidades das luas de Júpiter, principalmente Ganímedes — o satélite Europa também tem ondas que são 100 vezes acima da média. 

Embora não esteja claro por que as ondas destes dois satélites são tão poderosas, especialistas suspeitam que seja porque ambos estão localizados no poderoso campo magnético de Júpiter, 20 mil vezes mais forte que o da Terra. Ele é gerado por um núcleo de hidrogênio altamente comprimido, que age como um metal.

Suas linhas do campo magnético alcançam as órbitas de Ganímedes e Europa, o que fornece à região muitas partículas energéticas. Ganímedes – o maior satélite do Sistema Solar – possui um potente campo magnético próprio. Europa também possui, mas é mais fraco em comparação.

Os autores da análise ainda observaram que objetos sem um campo magnético podem ter a mesmo reação de "apitos", mas os campos criam grandes armadilhas de obstáculos para partículas próximas, o que resulta na geração de ondas "whistlers" mais fortes. 

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          WE CAN HANDLE IT! JOHN PODESTA AGREES AND NASA TOO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASA picture of Titan from Cassini space probe

John Podesta went on twitter record expressing regrets over “not securing the disclosure of UFO files.” He thinks mankind can handle the news and yet we are still left in the dark. Many in powerful positions believe the world is not ready for disclosure. The reason given mankind couldn’t handle it. I don’t think it’s mankind who can’t handle it but perhaps governments and religions can’t handle people knowing the truth. The Vatican and science community brought together great minds to discuss how they should break the news whenever they agreed to divulge and announce it.

If one looks in the pages of the Bible there lies Genesis 6:4, they might say the news was announced long ago.

“The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; the same were the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown.”

Time is running out and more and more discoveries in space reveal the possibility of life in universe. Exoplanets and water found on other planets bring us closer to the reality that we are not alone. Mankind dealt with the news the Earth wasn’t flat and the Earth revolved around the sun with the same tactics. Powerful people tried to suppress the truth from the population but it didn’t stop the Truth from dripping out.  Dirk, editor and chief of UFO digest can smile and pat himself on the back for his years of getting the news out to the in the dark public. I want to say thanks so much UFO digest. The news won’t come as a shock to UFO Digest readers. We can handle it.

NASA is talking about a trip to Europa with the express lookout for life in its watery oceans beneath the ice. Galileo satellite is the only one who has taken pictures of Europa up close. It’s about time. Arthur C Clarke’s book 2010 suggested life would be found underneath its ocean. The reason NASA is going to examine Europa because they think we can handle the news that life exists in the universe other than Earth. It’s time to explore a Saturn moon with water.  Saturn revealed it’s oceans of the past and life could have existed long ago.  Arthur Clarke could said to be a prophet foretelling life on Europa. His book was 2010 and he’s just a little too early and mankind a bit late. Hollywood has groomed us with 2001, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Avatar, and ET.  It’s time so saith academia.  Ready or not, the news is coming. We are not alone and the key ingredients for life exist in the galaxy. Life in the great big universe exists.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/17/john-podesta-regrets-no-ufo-disclosure_n_6699646.html

http://www.examiner.com/article/nasa-experiment-indicates-possibility-of-life-on-saturn-s-moon-titan

Please read our book Keys of Life

http://www.amazon.com/Keys-Life-Justice-Carolyn-Schield-ebook/dp/B00JHV5TEK

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          Gravity Assist Podcast: Exoplanet Hunting with Jon Jenkins      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

NASA’s Chief Scientist, Dr Jim Green, speaks to Kepler scientist Jon Jenkins.

The post Gravity Assist Podcast: Exoplanet Hunting with Jon Jenkins appeared first on Astrobiology Magazine.


          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Carl Blyweert      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ik kan enkel voorstellen doen. Caroline gaat wellicht zelf ook contact opnemen met de auteur maar ik heb haar al verteld wat jij te weten bent gekomen. Ik vermoed zowiezo een aanpassing maar mogelijk gaan ze eerst wat vragen he.
          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Carl Blyweert      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Niet echt. Je wiki stelt dat zelfs onder de termen dat ze nu doen ze nog steeds aan journalistiek doen. En ik ben blijkbaar ook wel speciaal dat ik uit de tekst haalde wat livingstone achteraf nogmaals verduidelijkte, maar goed een betere notatie mocht dus wel. Blijft evenwel journalistiek. Wiki: "Journalistiek wordt gezien als een vrij beroep, dat wil zeggen dat er door de overheden in veel westerse landen formeel geen beperking aan de uitoefening ervan wordt opgelegd, ook niet door eisen aan de beroepsbeoefenaren." "De journalistiek kent ook duidelijke beperkingen. Deze zijn onder meer: de kwaliteit van de journalisten en hun eventuele opleidingende kwaliteit van de media (volledigheid, objectiviteit, snelheid en accuratesse)" Maar blijft dus wel journalisme
          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Piet      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Bewerken is iets anders dan klakkeloos vertalen hoor... En dat blijkt wel uit onderstaande. Bij dat vertalen is het dus misgegaan, want als Vivian dat beter had gedaan, was er geen misverstand ontstaan. Ik heb namelijk even gedaan waar Scientias te lui voor is: contact opgenomen met de heer Livingstone. Zijn antwoord: "I'm happy to hear of your interest, and thank you for your email! The confusion arises from assumptions about the meaning of phrases such as 'same size class as Earth' -- in this case that includes planets as large as twice the size of Earth. So the planet that was smaller than Venus was actually less than half the size of some of those other 'Earth-size' planets. You're absolutely right that Venus is about the same size as Earth, and can reasonably be included in the same 'size class' -- they are both small rocky worlds, after all. The point was simply that such a small planet was pushing the limits of what is possible to detect with K2, not that it was very different from 'Earth-size.' A more precise definition of the 'size class' of the Earth would probably take into account other physical characteristics, such as composition and atmosphere. Many so-called 'super-Earth' planets could have a thick atmosphere, so they are more like a miniature Neptune than a large Earth." In de brontekst staat 'Sixteen were in the same size class as Earth'. En hoe heeft Vivian dat vertaald? Als volgt: 'Zestien planeten zijn ongeveer dezelfde grootte als onze aarde.' Conclusie: Zeer slecht vertaalwerk! In werkelijkheid gaat het om planeten die dus zelfs twee keer zo groot als onze moederplaneet kunnen zijn en dat is wat anders dan 'ongeveer dezelfde grootte'. Dus beste Carl, dat krijg je als je zonder er zelf goed bij na te denken maar een beetje gaat vertalen. Mijn kritiek blijkt dus volkomen terecht! Ik neem aan dat je dat nu ook wel inziet.
          Reactie op In één klap meer dan 40 exoplaneten ontdekt door Carl Blyweert      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ah goed te zien dat de wiki scientias steunt en dat ze zich volgens die definities journalisten mogen noemen.
          New Horizons' next mission, Helium at 150, The Beautiful Cure, Oden arctic expedition      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Astronomers this week have been warming up for an encounter as far from the Sun as ever attempted. It's the finale of the New Horizons mission which successfully passed Pluto in 2015 and is now on its way to Ultima Thule - a Kuiper belt object on the edge of the solar system. Marc Buie is just back from Senegal where he and a team of fellow astronomers have been observing this ancient rock to get a final look at its size and shape, before the momentous flyby on Jan 1st 2019. He explains why the encounter will be so valuable in unlocking key secrets in the formation of our solar system. It's the 150th birthday of the discovery of helium, which, after hydrogen is the second most abundant element in the universe. It's surprisingly rare on Earth, but it makes up much of the content of the gas giants in our local neighbourhood, Jupiter and Saturn. Adam Rutherford hears from particle physicist and Science Museum curator Harry Cliff on how it was first discovered through a telescope rather than in a lab, and Jessica Spake of Exeter University who after an 18-year search has used similar techniques to discover helium around an exoplanet 200 light-years away. We hear from scientist and author Dan Davis from the University of Manchester, the next in our preview of authors shortlisted for this year's Royal Society book prize. The Beautiful Cure, is the rollicking story of how the intricate immune system came to be understood. And there's an update from physicist Helen Czerski. She's part of a 40-strong team of field scientists on board the Oden, a Swedish ice breaker and research ship. They're set to find a suitable iceberg, and moor to get to grips with the factors that guide the arctic weather patterns. Producer: Adrian Washbourne.
          How Do You Find an Exoplanet?.      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Johnson, John Asher.
          No habitable planets for at least one globular cluster      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Calculations by astronomers now suggest that the crowded nature of the giant globular cluster Omega Centauri will probably make it impossible for habitable planets to exist there. In the hunt for habitable exoplanets, Omega Centauri, the largest globular cluster in the Milky Way, seemed like a good place to look. Comprising an estimated 10 million stars, the cluster is nearly
          Largest haul of extrasolar planets for Japan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Forty-four planets in solar systems beyond our own have been unveiled in one go, dwarfing the usual number of confirmations from extrasolar surveys, which is typically a dozen or less. The findings will improve our models of solar systems and may help researchers investigate exoplanet atmospheres. Novel techniques developed to validate the find could hugely accelerate the confirmation of more extrasolar planet candidates. Simulated...

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          WE CAN HANDLE IT! JOHN PODESTA AGREES AND NASA TOO      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
NASA picture of Titan from Cassini space probe

John Podesta went on twitter record expressing regrets over “not securing the disclosure of UFO files.” He thinks mankind can handle the news and yet we are still left in the dark. Many in powerful positions believe the world is not ready for disclosure. The reason given mankind couldn’t handle it. I don’t think it’s mankind who can’t handle it but perhaps governments and religions can’t handle people knowing the truth. The Vatican and science community brought together great minds to discuss how they should break the news whenever they agreed to divulge and announce it.

If one looks in the pages of the Bible there lies Genesis 6:4, they might say the news was announced long ago.

“The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; the same were the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown.”

Time is running out and more and more discoveries in space reveal the possibility of life in universe. Exoplanets and water found on other planets bring us closer to the reality that we are not alone. Mankind dealt with the news the Earth wasn’t flat and the Earth revolved around the sun with the same tactics. Powerful people tried to suppress the truth from the population but it didn’t stop the Truth from dripping out.  Dirk, editor and chief of UFO digest can smile and pat himself on the back for his years of getting the news out to the in the dark public. I want to say thanks so much UFO digest. The news won’t come as a shock to UFO Digest readers. We can handle it.

NASA is talking about a trip to Europa with the express lookout for life in its watery oceans beneath the ice. Galileo satellite is the only one who has taken pictures of Europa up close. It’s about time. Arthur C Clarke’s book 2010 suggested life would be found underneath its ocean. The reason NASA is going to examine Europa because they think we can handle the news that life exists in the universe other than Earth. It’s time to explore a Saturn moon with water.  Saturn revealed it’s oceans of the past and life could have existed long ago.  Arthur Clarke could said to be a prophet foretelling life on Europa. His book was 2010 and he’s just a little too early and mankind a bit late. Hollywood has groomed us with 2001, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Avatar, and ET.  It’s time so saith academia.  Ready or not, the news is coming. We are not alone and the key ingredients for life exist in the galaxy. Life in the great big universe exists.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/02/17/john-podesta-regrets-no-ufo-disclosure_n_6699646.html

http://www.examiner.com/article/nasa-experiment-indicates-possibility-of-life-on-saturn-s-moon-titan

Please read our book Keys of Life

http://www.amazon.com/Keys-Life-Justice-Carolyn-Schield-ebook/dp/B00JHV5TEK

Extra information about the article: 
John Podesta goes on record as regretting not being able to see UFO files.



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