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          Busting Earth-Bound Asteroids Bigger Job Than We Thought      Cache   Translate Page      
A new model suggests that smashing killer space rocks with insufficient force could let gravity pull the pieces back together. Christopher Intagliata reports. 
          Ein Asteroid fällt auf Europa      Cache   Translate Page      
In der seit dem 1. März im Bezahlsender Sky Deutschland laufenden Miniserie „8 Tage“ geht es um die Frage, wie die Menschen hier reagieren würden, wenn sie erfahren, dass in wenigen Tagen ein Asteroid ganz … Weiterlesen
          Asteroid Bennu, target of NASA's sample return mission, is rotating faster over time      Cache   Translate Page      
OSIRIS-REx finds Bennu's rotation period is speeding up by about 1 second every 100 years, according to a new study.
          Combatzone Scenery's Tournament Asteroids Product Review      Cache   Translate Page      
Hi all and welcome to another product review:

Been a long time since my last post on here and hopefully next time I post here I wont be starting a post by saying that....

Anyway on to the review....on our YouTube channel which can be seen below:




Thanks for watching

Dan (DeathBringa) Cain
          Divided We Fall      Cache   Translate Page      
Today's Two Buck Tuesday installment of the Horror Movie October graphic design calendar card series is a tale of isolation that leads to self-discovery and adventure in The Divide

"The Divide"
The Divide is one of the most intense films I've ever seen. The film starts off with asteroids destroying Earth and only gets worse from there. A group of strangers discover their true natures when locked under ground with dwindling resources. Michael Biehn's powerhouse performance is raw and emotionally over-powered, along with everyone else in the film; especially Lauren German, HeroesMilo Ventimiglia, and Michael Eklund.

Brace yourself for The Divide

Check out the trailer, and then hunt down the film. 



As always there is more to come...

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          Will humans survive the century?      Cache   Translate Page      
What is the chance of the human race surviving the 21st century? There are many dangers – climate change for example, or nuclear war, or a pandemic, or planet Earth being hit by a giant asteroid. Around the world a number of research centres have sprung up to investigate and mitigate what’s called existential risk. How precarious is our civilisation and can we all play a part in preventing global catastrophe? Contributors Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute. Phil Torres, Future of Life Institute. Karin Kuhlemann, University College London. Simon Beard, Centre for Existential Risk. Lalitha Sundaram, Centre for Existential Risk. Seth Baum, Global Catastrophic Risk Institute. Film clip: Armageddon, Touchstone Pictures (1998), Directed by Michael Bay. Presented (cheerily) by David Edmonds. Producer: Diane Richardson
          No, a Skull-Shaped Asteroid Will NOT Be Passing By Earth This Halloween, NASA Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Social media has been running rampant with stories about a creepy skull-shaped asteroid that will pass by Earth on Halloween night, but according to NASA, that's not quite true. Continue reading…
          If We Blow Up an Asteroid, It Might Put Itself Back Together      Cache   Translate Page      
By Robin George Andrews Faced with the prospect of a sizable asteroid heading toward Earth and causing doomsday, humanity has come up with various responses. Hollywood may reckon that the best way to destroy an errant space rock is with nuclear weapons. This is rarely the preferred option of experts, but using some sort of spacecraft system …
          Toyota será el encargado de fabricar el vehículo eléctrico que la Agencia Aeroespacial de Japón usará en la Luna      Cache   Translate Page      

Toyota será el encargado de fabricar el vehículo eléctrico que la Agencia Aeroespacial de Japón usará en la Luna#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Hace casi dos años, la Agencia Aeroespacial de Japón (JAXA) anunció que tenía intenciones de llegar a la Luna para arrancar un nuevo programa de exploración espacial, el cual buscaría aprovechar los minerales de nuestro satélite para proyectos en la Tierra. En aquel entonces la misión no estaba clara, ya que sólo buscaban tener aliados que les ayudaran a desarrollar la idea. Así es como primero llegó la India y hoy se suma Toyota.

La JAXA y Toyota anunciaron hoy el inicio de una colaboración que los llevará a construir un vehículo eléctrico presurizado para astronautas, el cual buscarían que sea usado cuando lleguen a la Luna en la misión que tienen programada para 2029.

Japón quiere que sus astronautas lleguen a la Luna en 2029

Esta nueva alianza contempla que Toyota fabrique el vehículo bajo los requerimientos especiales de la JAXA, de hecho mostraron el primer diseño en el cual, afirman, llevan trabajando en secreto desde hace un año. Incluso cuenta con especificaciones que llaman la atención, ya que se trata de tecnología que hoy día existe y ya tienen implementada en productos comerciales.

El vehículo contaría con seis ruedas y tendría unas dimensiones de 6 metros de longitud, por 5,2 metros de ancho con una altura de 3,8 metros. La capacidad ideal sería para dos pasajeros pero se podrían meter hasta cuatro personas en caso de emergencia. En la parte trasera hay un espacio habitable de 13 metros cúbicos que contaría con los servicios básicos para sobrevivir hasta un mes.

Toyota Jaxa Luna 7

A bordo del vehículo los astronautas podrían estar sin traje, ya que tanto la parte trasera como la cabina estarían presurizadas. Según Toyota, el vehículo estaría diseñado para tener una vida de aproximadamente 10.000 kilómetros, que afirman serían suficientes para las tareas de exploración.

La parte interesante del diseño estaría en su sistema de energía, el cual se basaría en un motor eléctrico impulsado por un paquete de pilas de combustible, el cual sería intercambiable para así tener suficiente energía almacenada. Las pilas de combustible se cargarían por medio de paneles solares que se desplegarían en los laterales del vehículo.

Toyota Jaxa Luna 6

Como mencionaba, este vehículo es aún un concepto y en los próximos meses buscarán fabricar un prototipo, el cual sería sometido a pruebas y ayudaría a perfeccionar el diseño final que iría a la Luna en 2029.

Toyota Jaxa Luna 2

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Ahora podemos ver en vídeo parte del histórico "aterrizaje" de la sonda japonesa Hayabusa 2 en el asteroide Ryugu

Gasolina, diésel, híbrido… Cómo acertar con la propulsión

La sonda china Chang'e 4 aluniza con éxito en el lado oculto de la Luna por primera vez en la historia

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the.news Toyota será el encargado de fabricar el vehículo eléctrico que la Agencia Aeroespacial de Japón usará en la Luna originally.published.in por Raúl Álvarez .


          There’s a new theory about the strange asteroid Oumuamua, and aliens aren’t involved      Cache   Translate Page      
One of the strangest astronomy stories of the past few years is the sudden appearance of what scientists believe is the first interstellar object ever to be detected in our solar system. The cigar-shaped space rock known as Oumuamua puzzled scientists who attempted to explain what it was and where it may have originated, and there are still more questions than answers. At first, researchers couldn't decide whether or not it was an asteroid or a comet, and then debate raged over why Oumuamua appeared to actually speed up after it swung around the Sun and headed back into space. That last point is still the subject of ongoing research, and a new theory to explain its acceleration is set to appear in Astrophysical Journal Letters. Some fringe astronomers have proposed that the object was actually some kind of extraterrestrial ship, or perhaps just part of one, and that its odd behavior can be explained by the fact that it is equipped with some kind of propulsion technology. This new paper doesn't venture into that highly theoretical territory, but instead seeks to explain Oumuamua's strange acceleration by painting out own Sun as the culprit. In the paper, graduate students from Yale and Caltech propose that Oumuamua sped up due to the effects of the sun's rays on its exposed side. The object was observed tumbling through space, and the researchers think it's possible that the light on its Sun-facing side may have been enough to cause a jet of water vapor to develop on its surface. As the object tumbled, the sides facing our star may have continued to spew water vapor whenever the sunlight struck it, continuing to push it to higher and higher speeds. At this point it's impossible to say whether this or any other theory about the bizarre asteroid holds water. It appeared out of nowhere and left just as quickly, giving scientists very little time to look for clues that could explain its behavior. Still, it's an interesting theory that would explain Oumuamua's change in speed, and seemed at least a bit more plausible than aliens.
          No, a Skull-Shaped Asteroid Will NOT Be Passing By Earth This Halloween, NASA Says      Cache   Translate Page      
Social media has been running rampant with stories about a creepy skull-shaped asteroid that will pass by Earth on Halloween night, but according to NASA, that's not quite true. Continue reading…
          2019 ED2 - MPEC 2019-E87      Cache   Translate Page      
Key info includes, small asteroid, H = 23.3, roughly 74m in diameter. Picked up on 9 March by ATLAS Mauna Loa, observing it at March 9.45-48p4. Dated 2109 UT, noted at 2202 UTC. - [direct]
          January - February 2019 Maps [BUNDLE]      Cache   Translate Page      
January - February 2019 Maps [BUNDLE]Publisher: Christian Hollnbuchner
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Battlemap : Asteroid Base Entrance
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This full color battlemap is the 442nd of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features the entrance to an asteroid base. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Crashed Scout
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This full color battlemap is the 437th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a crashed spaceship. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Desert Graveyard
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This full color battlemap is the 436th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a rather makeshift graveyard in a desert area. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Half Buried Gun
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This full color battlemap is the 435th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features an old, derelict, half buried bunker and the artillery piece it is equipped with. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Lantern Tree
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This full color battlemap is the 440th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a single tree, at the centre of a clearing, adorned with numerous lanterns illuminating its surroundings. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Manor House
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This full color battlemap is the 441st of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features the direct surroundings of a monor house. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Snow Covered Landing Pad
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This full color battlemap is the 439th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a spaceship landing pad after a snow storm. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : The Radiant Tower
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This full color battlemap is the 438th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features an ancient tower, possibly a magical lighthouse in the desert. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....


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          Did Water On Asteroids Start Life On Earth?      Cache   Translate Page      
Scientists are currently looking into just how much water near-Earth asteroids are actually carrying. The research could tell if minerals found in space rocks have "alien" organic molecules that can support life or if they can be used as a resource for other things like rocket fuel. According to Space.com, scientists have spotted about 20,000 space rocks floating around the space near our planet. These are believed to be carrying enough water to support life and serve other purposes.
          Anillos de polvo rodean el Sol en la órbita de Mercurio y Venus (ING)      Cache   Translate Page      

Hace 25 años, los científicos descubrieron que la Tierra orbita alrededor del Sol dentro de un gigantesco anillo. Ahora dos nuevos estudios revelaron la existencia de anillos de polvo, uno alrededor del Sol en la órbita de Mercurio, y el otro en la de Venus, producidos por un grupo de asteroides nunca antes visto hasta ahora. “Sugiere una nueva población de asteroides que probablemente contiene pistas sobre cómo se formó el Sistema Solar” dice Marc Kuchner. En español: bit.ly/2HuEIYB

etiquetas: anillo, polvo, órbita, sol, mercurio, venus

» noticia original (www.nasa.gov)


          Busting Earth-Bound Asteroids Bigger Job Than We Thought      Cache   Translate Page      
A new model suggests that smashing killer space rocks with insufficient force could let gravity pull the pieces back together. Christopher Intagliata reports. 

-- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

          Time-lapse view of an asteroid      Cache   Translate Page      

Take a look at this image featured on the “Astronomy Picture of the Day” on 20 April, 2017.   The attribution and explanation on APOD reads: Asteroid 2014 JO25 Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, Goldstone Solar System RadarExplanation: A day before its closest approach, asteroid 2014 JO25 was imaged by radar with the 70-meter antenna of NASA’s Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex in California. This grid of 30 radar images, top left to lower right, reveals the two-lobed shape of the asteroid that rotates about once every five hours. Its largest lobe is about 610 meters across. On the list of Potentially Hazardous Asteroids, this space rock made its close approach to our fair planet on April 19, flying safely past at a distance of 1.8 million kilometers. That’s over four times the distance from the Earth to the Moon. The asteroid was a faint and fast moving speck visible in backyard telescopes. Asteroid 2014 JO25 was discovered in May 2014 by A. D. Grauer of the Catalina Sky Survey, a project of NASA’s Near-Earth Objects Observations Program in collaboration with the University of Arizona.

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          NASA nie ma wątpliwości! Asteroida na kursie kolizyjnym z Ziemią. Już za 9 dni dojdzie do gigantycznej katastrofy?      Cache   Translate Page      
NASA ostrzega: już za 9 dni może dojść do katastrofy, która zniszczyłaby świat jaki znamy. Na kursie kolizyjnym z Ziemią znajduje się bowiem Asteroida Apophis. Jakie są szanse na jej uderzenie w Ziemię i koniec świata jeszcze w tym miesiącu? Asteroida Apophis wzbudza zainteresowanie naukowców z NASA od niemal 15 lat. Z przeprowadzonych do tej […]
          Nie ma żadnych wątpliwości. Asteroida Bennu uderzy w Ziemię. NASA ma zaskakujący plan, jak zapobiec katastrofie!      Cache   Translate Page      
NASA ostrzega! Amerykańska agencja kosmiczna już po raz kolejny ostrzega przed wielką asteroidą, która jest na kursie kolizyjnym z Ziemią. Zazwyczaj asteroidy przelatują daleko od nas, ale nie tym razem. Prawdopodobieństwo uderzenia jest, jak twierdzi amerykańska instytucja, bardzo duże. Gdy asteroida uderzy w Ziemię zniszczy życie na naszym globie. Ma to się stać za 117 lat. […]
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          Jupiter or Earth? Which One’s Which, and Why Do They Look so Similar?      Cache   Translate Page      

Jupiter: a massive, lifeless gas giant out there on the other side of the asteroid belt. It’s a behemoth, containing 2.5 times as much mass as all the other planets combined. To top it off, it’s named after the Roman God of War. Earth: a tiny rocky world, almost too close to the Sun, where …

The post Jupiter or Earth? Which One’s Which, and Why Do They Look so Similar? appeared first on Universe Today.


          Burning Games Announces CoreBall Kickstarter      Cache   Translate Page      

Burning Games will soon be throwing their hat into the arena of fantasy sports games. CoreBall takes place in the far-off future, full of sci-fi action and great miniatures. Players float around the arena, gaining inertia as they move. Just make sure you don't overshoot your target. the Kickstarter campaign will launch on April 16th.

From the release:

CoreBall is a science fiction miniatures board game for 2-4 players developed by Burning Games and Big Child Creatives where players will grapple, push, hack and steal their ways to victory on an ever-changing floating board. It will launch on Kickstarter next April 16th.

High stakes on an ever-changing floating board

CoreBall pits two to four players in a strategic match for the control of the ball while they avoid asteroids and other space hazards. Each player controls a unique team of flyers formed by a mixture of named characters and mercenaries to shape the ultimate strategy.

Matches take place in a 4x4 grid that changes every round, forcing players to think on their feet and adapt their strategies on the go! Additionally, each round flyers will accumulate inertia; at the end of the round, they’ll have to move as many squares as inertia they have. They may be forced to end up in a dangerous square!

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          What scientists found after sifting through dust in the solar system      Cache   Translate Page      
Two recent studies report discoveries of dust rings in the inner solar system: a dust ring at Mercury's orbit, and a group of never-before-detected asteroids co-orbiting with Venus, supplying the dust in Venus' orbit.
           Astronomers make unexpected dusty discoveries in Mercury's and Venus' orbits       Cache   Translate Page      

Astronomers have discovered a dusty ring near Mercury, and hypothesized that there's an undetected population of ...#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Saturn may sport the most famous rings in the solar system, but it's far from the only thing with some bling. The Sun has several dusty rings surrounding it, including faint ones near the orbits of Venus and Earth and, of course, the asteroid belts out beyond Mars and Neptune. But now, two new studies have found evidence of new rings in the inner solar system – a dusty one in the orbit of Mercury and a new set of asteroids following Venus' path around the Sun.

.. Continue Reading Astronomers make unexpected dusty discoveries in Mercury's and Venus' orbits

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          Cronología de febrero de 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Los ciudadanos de Okinawa votaron contra el traslado de la base militar estadounidense en un referéndum de la prefectura, la sonda Hayabusa2 aterrizó en un asteroide y la nadadora Ikee Rikako anunció que padece leucemia. Estas fueron las noticias más destacadas del pasado mes de febrero en Japón.
          January - February 2019 Maps [BUNDLE]      Cache   Translate Page      
January - February 2019 Maps [BUNDLE]Publisher: Christian Hollnbuchner
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Battlemap : Asteroid Base Entrance
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This full color battlemap is the 442nd of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features the entrance to an asteroid base. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Crashed Scout
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This full color battlemap is the 437th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a crashed spaceship. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Desert Graveyard
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This full color battlemap is the 436th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a rather makeshift graveyard in a desert area. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

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This full color battlemap is the 435th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features an old, derelict, half buried bunker and the artillery piece it is equipped with. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Lantern Tree
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This full color battlemap is the 440th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a single tree, at the centre of a clearing, adorned with numerous lanterns illuminating its surroundings. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Manor House
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This full color battlemap is the 441st of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features the direct surroundings of a monor house. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : Snow Covered Landing Pad
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This full color battlemap is the 439th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features a spaceship landing pad after a snow storm. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....

Battlemap : The Radiant Tower
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This full color battlemap is the 438th of a series featuring various terrains. This installment of the battlemap series features an ancient tower, possibly a magical lighthouse in the desert. The map is 28 x 30 squares in size, with each 1 inch square scaled to represent 5 feet. It is provided in 12 segments, which need to be assembled, in a single PDF using the letter format. The product has been updated to include a large gridless JPG image of the map, intended for use with VTT software. It is 2016x2160 pixels in size at 72dpi....


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          Surprise! Dust Ring Discovered in Mercury's Orbit - Space.com      Cache   Translate Page      
Surprise! Dust Ring Discovered in Mercury's Orbit  Space.com

Mercury shares its orbit with a ring of wandering dust, and a cloud of as-yet-undiscovered asteroids likely gave rise to a similar ring in Venus' neighborhood, ...

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          Touchdown on Asteroid Ryugu       Cache   Translate Page      

Last month, humanity bounced a robot off an asteroid. Last month, humanity bounced a robot off an asteroid.



          An Asteroid is Headed To Earth & There's Not a Damn Thing We Can Do About it….Yet      Cache   Translate Page      
If you're someone who likes to plan for the end of the world you can tell your friends that you told them so. NASA admits that a doomsday asteroid is headed our way Continue reading…
          Update 0.9.7 - New HUD, upgraded engine, redesigned asteroids, major fixes, and a new trailer      Cache   Translate Page      
Update 0.9.7 - New HUD, upgraded engine, redesigned asteroids, major fixes, and a new trailer
After several months of work, I've released the next major update to AK. This update includes a redesigned HUD that is more information-dense and user-friendly (and even color-customizable). It also includes a new asteroid/debris system with rebuilt models/textures, which improves the overall aesthetics and realism of the game. Also, the engine has been upgraded to Unreal 4.21, providing the very latest UE4 features/fixes.
          NASA: Asteroide de grandes dimensões passará perto da Terra no fim do mês      Cache   Translate Page      
Cada vez há mais informação relativa aos NEO. Os Near Earth Object, cuja tradução para português significa Objetos Próximos da Terra. Estes incluem os corpos celestes (asteroides, cometas e grandes meteoritos) cuja órbita intersecta a órbita da Terra, o que introduz o risco de colisão. No entanto, a NASA informa que o asteroide que aí […]
          Update 0.9.7 - New HUD, upgraded engine, redesigned asteroids, major fixes, and a new trailer      Cache   Translate Page      
Update 0.9.7 - New HUD, upgraded engine, redesigned asteroids, major fixes, and a new trailer
After several months of work, I've released the next major update to AK. This update includes a redesigned HUD that is more information-dense and user-friendly (and even color-customizable). It also includes a new asteroid/debris system with rebuilt models/textures, which improves the overall aesthetics and realism of the game. Also, the engine has been upgraded to Unreal 4.21, providing the very latest UE4 features/fixes.
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Okay, it’s not an asteroid. I made that up. It’s a frog that was sucked into the upper atmosphere by a hurricane, froze solid, then fell from the sky. It reached a high velocity and embedded itself into concrete pavement. Okay, I made that up, too. It’s a masonry term called “frogging,” but it applies […]
          Date #8: Seven and Point Five      Cache   Translate Page      

Date two with Seven. Yes, I decided to abandon my rule about weekdays not counting. I mean, it is more of a guideline than a rule, really, and let’s face it- if you find what you think might be something good, do you toss it away callously? My answer is no, and it is backed up by my personal philosophy that I would rather regret something I have done rather than something I haven’t. Sometimes I just gotta roll reckless.
I was supposed to have a date with another Craigslist guy on this particular day, which turned out to be a weekend day- Friday. But when number Seven called and asked if I was up for going with him and his friend to Hood River to watch some bands, I jumped. Of course, by 5:15the other guy had not yet contacted me with what time he wanted to go out, so I figured he probably wasn’t going to anyway.

He picked me up at 7:30 with my bike. This is one of the great things about Seven. He accepts the fact that at any point, I might feel the need to leave, perhaps irrationally, and he is more than happy to bring my bike with us in case I need to do that. Seven is very supportive of this particular neurosis, a very good quality to have in a friend, to my way of thinking. He was telling me about his friend, Point Five, (Point Five wanted this name, so please do not accuse me of reducing the men I know to numbers, I am not that much of an asshole), telling me that he knows everyone in the Portland music scene, is super kind, laid back, and that you just want to give him a big hug every time you see him. Again with the hugging. I also assumed from this description that Point Five, like Seven, was a hippie.
What makes Seven a hippie, you might ask? It is an amalgamation of many things, some of which I will name here. He wears a pendant with an asteroid chip in it tied in a leather strap around his neck, he has crystals all over his home, he wears tie-dyed shirts, his hair is quite long, and, finally, instead of saying “good-bye” on the phone, he says simply, “peace”. For a long time I have had issues with hippies due to some interactions I had with some of their ilk while road tripping in California and at a Dead show in Eugene (yes, I know, the irony here is thick). My biggest issue of course is that many of my old friends in Chicago have the highly annoying habit of referring to me as a hippie, which I know is a by-product of having lived in Portland, the land of no dress code, for so long. I have to say, though, I see nothing wrong with Seven. He is kind and generous, smart and funny, and really, I am not one to judge what anyone chooses to put on his back. More than that, he is very nice to me, and really, that is a tough quality to argue with.

So, we go to Point Five’s house, as he is driving to Hood River and we are traveling with him in his car, which is a Range Rover with Bob Marley, Grateful Dead, and Rastafarian decals on its windows. Point Five is a big man with a kind face and an easy smile. Yes, I know that sounds trite, but it’s true, so cram it. He has a big full beard and long hair, and when he greets me, he looks right into my eyes and smiles. Not many people do that when they meet you; due to shyness or angst or arrogance, people will often times barely smile or even look at you when they first meet you. A good strong handshake and a smile go a long way in my book, and Point Five had both. I was just glad he didn’t want to hug me.
So we all start to get in the car and Seven asks if I want to sit in the front with Point Five. He calls me “Sarita”. This kills me. I love it when he speaks Spanish to me. It drives me absolutely crazy. I reply that I am fine, but he doesn’t seem comfortable with it. He says he feels bad because of the fact that I would be out of the loop of the car conversation for much of the ride, but I assure him that I would not say I was fine if I wasn’t. So we start driving, and Seven starts telling Point Five about his mother’s visit which just ended. Evidently, his mother asked him “when he was going to cut his hair short and look like a real man should”. She also wants him to take his daughter to church. Seven’s mom is big in the church, and Seven, having been raised in it, is not. Point Five commiserates, saying his mom has been hounding him to visit for a while, and he has been putting it off for as long as he possibly can. Unfortunately, I can’t really add anything to this conversation because my mom is dead, and volunteering this information usually ends whatever conversation I am having if I mention it. I have tried on several occasions with many different people, and the result is always the same: everyone says they are sorry, looks at me with “sad for you” eyes, and the subject is changed. So I sit and listen as they talk about their plans for the summer, the music festivals they have gone to and are going to go to, and Point Five talks about surveying the land in the Gorge for his job, in one particular case leading all the engineers he works with though the woods, casually mentioning the Poison Oak they are walking next to, and scaring the crap out of them.
Eventually, we get to a gas station so Point Five can fuel up. When he does, he opens the door to the back seat opposite me, pulls out a little plastic contraption, looks up with a little smile on his face and says to me “Have to take my anti-anxiety pills”. Mr. laid-back hippie dude has anxiety problems.
As we continue driving, Seven points out Bonneville Dam to me and laughs, then tells Point Five about the social experiment I am conducting and my date with Grampa Tom. This is when Point Five asks to be called as such, to which I am more than willing to oblige. That’s just good copy.
We arrive at the bar roughly an hour later and before we go in Seven gives me a long hug. While Seven is not a big man, when he hugs me, I feel like we fit; his hugs are warm, comforting, and his big shoulders and muscular arms make me feel safe. As we walk in, I am delighted to see that I will receive a stamp on my hand for the entry fee Seven is paying for me. I look at it, trying to figure out what it is. I can’t tell, but it looks vaguely like a squiggly paisley design, which is a technical art term and too complex to explain here. Seven gets us some beers and we stand in front of the stage, holding hands and watching the bands warm up. Much to my surprise, they are both bluegrass. Actually, I am not surprised at all as I know this is the kind of music Seven likes, which is too bad, because it is a similarity he shares with my wasband. But, live music is live music, and the bands warming up sound very good. Seven is right about Point Five; he seems to know almost everyone at the bar, and demonstrates this by hugging almost every one of them. Evidently Point Five does not have a personal space bubble to contend with. I briefly consider suggesting one to him in order to perhaps alleviate the anxiety problem he faces, but I quickly dismiss it as I just met the guy and with my luck it is probably an aspect of his life which soothes him. I would hate to think that I might be responsible for pushing some poor schmuck over the edge by suggesting a personal space bubble.
The music starts and everyone starts dancing, Seven and Point Five included. Thankfully, Seven has rhythm. It is such a relief to date someone who has rhythm; it means you are able to forgo the awkward conversation where you tell him his lack of rhythm doesn’t matter to you, which is a lie, or worse, where you have to be the one to tell him he has no rhythm whatsoever. Point Five is a bit of a different matter; it is not that he doesn’t have rhythm; it is that he is a twirler. Yes, a twirler. These are the people at concerts (usually Dead shows) who dance well, but not to the rhythm of the music, and while their moves are impressive on a certain level, as was Point Five’s, it is hard to tell if they are dancing to the music or their own inner soundtrack. So, good, there we all are, Seven and Point Five cutting a rug, and me kind of moving back and forth a bit, but not really doing anything approximating what you could call dancing. I was people watching, and I was pretty much transfixed by this stunning young couple dancing together. The guy was dressed in a cream and light brown suit-like outfit and wore a fedora which he used as a prop in his extravagant dance moves. The woman was dressed in a very feminine, demure blouse and skirt and wore a wide headband on her head. She was much less confident than he, but her timidity was quite appealing, and I found myself in love with them; dreaming into them an amazing and exciting life which kept them riding the crest of a wave of superiority. Sometimes it is nice to not know people; you experience much less disappointment that way and they can be exactly who you want them to.
This date was proving my theory that it is best to always keep your options open. I had had a perfectly dreadful week, my “best friend” dumped me, work sucked, and my wasband had once again told me how horrible I was. I had no idea I would end up at a bar in Hood Riverlistening to music with a cool guy even that very morning, but here I was, dancing with a super cute hippie in a bar and drinking beer and laughing about random silly things. Seven was still new to me, and I could dream into him all of the great things I wanted. Even if he turns out to be less than ideal, I am sure that this is one thing I have done that I won’t regret, even if it ends badly.

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Stav: Velmi dobrý Po podmanění Evropy hrají Rusové o čas. Jejich jednotky dorazily k Atlantiku, jejich kosmonauté dolétli k asteroidům. Teď je očekávají hvězdy... Ale někdo jiný tam byl před nimi. Matt je mladý programátor, jenž se rád pohybuje mimo zákon. Jednoho dne přijme lákavou zakázku na proniknutí do počítače přísně tajné orbitální stanice, kterou provozuje Ruskem ovládaná Evropská Unie. Jde o počátek neuvěřitelné a zcela nepředvídatelné cesty. Sen o dobytí vesmíru může být totiž nejen odvážnou, ale i značně riskantní a nebezpečnou touhou… Věž kosmonautů je česky prvním vydaným románem britského spisovatele Kena MacLeoda, jenž patří k nejpůsobivějším hlasům současné ostrovní science fiction. Nebojí se být dokonce politicky kontroverzní, dělá to však vysoce zábavnou a inteligentní formou. Nejen pro českého čtenáře může být setkání s takovým autorem osvěžující, bouřlivé a strhující.
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          There’s a new theory about the strange asteroid Oumuamua, and aliens aren’t involved      Cache   Translate Page      

One of the strangest astronomy stories of the past few years is the sudden appearance of what scientists believe is the first interstellar object ever to be detected in our solar system. The cigar-shaped space rock known as Oumuamua puzzled scientists who attempted to explain what it was and where it may have originated, and […]

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A newly discovered asteroid designated 2019 DG2 flew past Earth at a distance of 0.61 LD / 0.00158 AU (237 112 km / 147 334 miles) on February 26, 2019. This was the first of two known asteroid flybys within 1 lunar distance on February 26. 2019 DG2 was first...... Read more »

          The first all-female spacewalk in history will feature women astronauts, flight directors, and mission controllers. NASA says it's a scheduling accident.      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • The first all-female spacewalk is scheduled to occur on March 29 outside the International Space Station.
  • Astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch will work together in spacesuits while female mission controllers on Earth provide support.
  • NASA said the historic first "was not orchestrated to be this way" and is a result of scheduling changes and the changing makeup of its agency.
  • The goal of the spacewalk is to upgrade the space station's power system with new batteries.

NASA is about to stumble into human spaceflight history with the first-ever all-female spacewalk.

Spacewalks, formally called extravehicular activities or EVAs, are routine yet risky operations. During a spacewalk, a pair of astronauts put on bulky spacesuits, step outside the International Space Station (ISS), and work together in the unforgiving vacuum of space.

On March 29, NASA plans to have two female astronauts — Anne McClain and Christina Hammock Koch — perform a spacewalk to replace some old batteries. Meanwhile, two women on the ground in Mission Control — lead flight director Mary Lawrence and spacewalk flight controller Jackie Kagey — will lead support of the operation and guide the astronauts every step of the way.

There have been more than 210 spacewalks over the space station's 18-year history, and two female crew members have lived aboard the ISS several times before. But this will be the first all-female, women-led spacewalk operation ever conducted. Plus, this one happens to be scheduled during Women's History Month.

Kristen Facciol, a female aerospace engineer, astronaut trainer, and mission controller, will also be involved.

"I just found out that I'll be on console providing support for the FIRST ALL FEMALE SPACEWALK with @AstroAnnimal [McClain] and @Astro_Christina [Koch] and I can not contain my excitement!!!!" Facciol tweeted on March 1, later adding that she hopes "this will be the norm one day."

For its part, though, NASA says the historic first is a scheduling accident.

"It was not orchestrated to be this way," Stephanie Schierholz, a NASA representative, said in a statement to Business Insider, noting that this particular spacewalk was originally slated to take place in the fall of 2018. And given the ongoing hiring strategy of NASA, all-female spacewalks may not be rare for long.

Why the first female spacewalk is likely a coincidence 

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The goal of the upcoming all-female, 6.5-hour mission — along with another spacewalk happening on March 22 — is to replace critical yet aging batteries outside of the space station.

The ISS has a three-person crew that rotates roughly every six months, and spacewalks require two astronauts to buddy up for safety.

But the spacewalks initially planned to take care of the battery fixes hit multiple delays. First, the launch of the new batteries aboard a Japanese-built cargo ship was pushed back by two weeks. Then the launch of NASA astronaut Nick Hague — who was slated to perform the spacewalks in October — and Roscosmos cosmonaut Alexey Ovchinin failed, forcing the two men to do an emergency landing.

Read more: A Russian rocket failed with 2 people on board, and the moment was recorded on video. Here's what it shows.

A safety system blasted their Soyuz space capsule off the doomed rocket, then parachuted the crew back to Earth uninjured. Hague and Ovchinin will attempt to launch to the space station again this Thursday, but this time they're also flying with with NASA astronaut Christina Koch.

That means the three US astronauts who will be on the space station for the rescheduled battery replacement are Hague, Koch, and McClain (who launched on December 3) — one man and two women.

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Hague and McClain are slated to perform the first of the two spacewalks on March 22, then Koch and McClain will do the second on March 29 — the all-female outing.

All-women coincidences will be increasingly likely going forward, given the future composition of NASA's new batches of astronauts and its human spaceflight division.

"All three NASA astronauts who will be on the space station are from the 2013 astronaut class that was 50% women. And the most recent class of flight directors was 50% women," Schierholz said.

Why NASA needs a battery swap

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The space station is powered by four sets of expansive rectangular solar cells. But because the football-field-size laboratory stays afloat by zooming around Earth at 17,500 mph (it circles the planet about once every 90 minutes), it's in darkness roughly half the time.

To keep the power flowing during orbital night, batteries store up excess solar energy. But those batteries are now more than 12 years old, and not getting any younger.

NASA is in the midst of replacing four sets of 12 batteries — one per set of solar cells. The newer batteries are lithium-ion types store about twice the energy, so six will be swapped in instead of 12. The spacewalks this month will mark the second set of replacements, according to CBS News.

A robotic arm moves the batteries into position for the spacewalks, but the fine coordination of human hands is required to unbolt the old batteries and swap in the new ones. Hague, Koch, and McClain will also attach adapter plates to enable the reduction from 12 to six batteries.

Training for a spacewalk

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Astronauts practice for months and even years ahead of such operations.

"We train for spacewalks in a giant pool that's called the Neutral Buoyancy Lab. It's a pool that's large enough to fill a full-scale mockup of the International Space Station," Koch said in a NASA video.

Training is so intense because spacewalks, though routine, are very risky. In fact, NASA officials often say that donning a suit and working in the vacuum of space is "one of the most dangerous things we do as a program," primarily because there is very little to protect an astronaut if anything goes wrong.

Spacewalks can go south for a number of reasons. If an astronaut makes a incorrect move, he or she can poke or cut a spacesuit, allowing air to escape. Micrometeoroid debris — such as pieces of asteroid and comets, or space junk like flecks of paint and bits of metal — also pose a grave threat. Plus, there's a risk of mechanical problems or failures; during a July 2013 spacewalk, for example, a water leak threatened to drown Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano in his helmet.

Read more: A space junk disaster could cut off human access to space. Here's how.

christina hammock koch astronaut sokol spacesuit nasa AP_19051316275400Koch and McClain, for their parts, appear more than ready to risk these and other dangers in order to maintain humanity's ongoing presence in space.

During Koch's interview to be an astronaut, she said one person on her interview committee was a personal hero: Peggy Whitson, the NASA astronaut who's spent the most time in space. Koch said Whitson — who has performed 10 spacewalks and seen her share of close calls — asked a memorable question about Koch's love of rock-climbing.

"She looked at me, and she said, 'when you rock climb, have you ever been scared?' And I felt like she was seeing right to my soul when she asked that question," Koch said. She confirmed that she has indeed been scared.

"That's when I found that ... turning that fear that you might be having into focus is so important," Koch added.

How to watch the first all-female spacewalk live

NASA TV plans to broadcast Koch and McClain's spacewalk starting at 6:30 a.m. EDT on March 29. You can watch the operation live at that time using the embedded YouTube player below.

The operation should last nearly seven hours, beginning with Koch and McClain depressurizing an airlock. They'll then open the hatch, step outside, make their way to the truss with the batteries, and get to work.

NASA's broadcast should show live views from cameras on the space station as well those from the astronauts' helmets. Radio communications between Koch, McClain, and Mission Control at Johnson Space Center in Houston will also be heard.

 

But NASA says the historic all-female spacewalk depends on the successful launch of Hague, Koch, and Ovchinin on Thursday. If there are any delays or issues with that launch, NASA would inevitably delay its two upcoming spacewalks once again.

The new crew members — a combination of space station Expeditions 59 and 60 — are scheduled to launch to space from southern Kazakhstan at at 3:14 p.m. EDT on March 14 (12:14 a.m. local time on March 15). About seven hours later, they hope to meet up with McClain, Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques, and space station commander Oleg Kononenko, a Russian cosmonaut. NASA TV (above) also plans live-broadcast the launch and docking attempts.

McClain, for her part, has consistently embraced her role as a model for women in science and working mothers — she even included her 4-year-old son in a NASA photo shoot before flying to the ISS.

"I think that my career and perhaps me being on the International Space Station can really show women and girls and everybody that hey, we're not just sitting at the table, we're leading the table. And there's no excuses: You can accomplish whatever you want to," McClain said during a live broadcast of a phone call to the space station on International Women's Day. "You just got to throw your hat in the ring. You've got to get out there and do it."

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Salutations! I know it’s been a while since we last spoke, but the Pub Fund group at SCEA has been hard at work on bringing interesting, exclusive content to PSN. Okabu, Papo & Yo, and more clandestine projects are still on the horizon, but today I’m here to drop the launch details for Eufloria - a very different, very special sort of strategy game. It’s tough to distill the concept down to a couple of sentences without doing the experience a huge injustice, but this excellent trailer (above) should give you an idea of the mood and visual direction. Now take that ethereal aesthetic, and the tingling that you’re feeling in your temples, and fold a layer of smartly accessible strategy elements over it. You’ll be exploring, conquering and colonizing enemy asteroids without the need for messy tech trees or arcane controls.
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Ponúkam na predaj detské nastaviteľné in-line korčule Tempish Junior Asteroid veľkosť 36-39. Boli raz použité. Parametre: Štýl jazdy: rekreačný Použité technológie: Tempish Air Comfort System Tempish Ideal Position Control Chasis Tempish Pow ...
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#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000\Название: Weird Comets and Asteroids: The Strange Little Worlds of the Sun's Family (Astronomers' Universe)
Автор: David A. J. Seargent
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This book concentrates on some of the odd aspects of comets and asteroids. Strange behavior of comets, such as outbursts and schisms, and how asteroids can temporally act as comets are discussed, together with the possible threat of Centaurs-class objects like the Taurid complex.
Recent years have seen the distinction between comets and asteroids become less prominent. Comets in "asteroid" orbits and vice versa have become almost commonplace and a clearer view of the role of small bodies in the formation of the Solar System and their effect on Earth has become apparent. Seargent covers this development in detail by including new data and information from space probes.
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