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"16.11.2016 16:04:31" sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov SDO | Solar Dynamics Observatory On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible in a narrow strip across the United States. The map on this website shows events where you can safely watch the eclipse. Not all of the events will be inside the path of totality! With 300 million Planning an event for the 2017 solar eclipse? Why not let NASA and the country know about it by posting your event on the NASA 2017 eclipse website? http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/epo/educators/2017eclipse.html
"12.05.2016 18:41:36" NASA Sun Science - with Little SDO NASA Directly Observes Fundamental Process of Nature for 1st Time
Like sending sensors up into a hurricane, NASA has flown four spacecraft through an invisible maelstrom in space, called magnetic reconnection. Magnetic reconnection is one of the prime
"09.05.2016 13:58:30" NASA Sun Science - with Little SDO The Mercury transit starts at 7:12 am EDT!
Head to www.nasa.gov/transit for more info about the transit, including how you can watch online! Mercury will be visible against the sun's disk until 2:42 pm EDT, so you have most of the day to check it out.
"02.05.2016 16:06:21" NASA Sun Science - with Little SDO On May 2nd through the 6th, 2016, Planetary Scientists will partner with the Sun-Earth Day team to bring you the latest information and science about our solar system's smallest planets, Mercury and Mars! Then on Friday, May 6th, our small worlds experts
"19.02.2016 19:49:18" nasa.gov Visualizing March '16 Total Solar Eclipse People in parts of Southeast Asia will see the sun in a new light on March 8, 2016 EST, (March 9 local time) during a total solar eclipse that will last over a minute in every location on its path.
"20.01.2016 19:23:37" m.caltech.edu Caltech Researchers Find Evidence of a Real Ninth Planet | Caltech The giant planet, discovered through mathematical modeling and computer simulations, is nicknamed Planet Nine and traces a bizarre, highly elongated orbit in the outer solar system.
"13.01.2016 16:06:09" canvas.net MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale)
"02.12.2015 13:58:00" soho.nascom.nasa.gov SOHO’s 20th birthday is Dec 2! Join @NASASunEarth to vote
for your favorite SOHO image: https://t.co/5cBSiVYtGA
"18.11.2015 16:38:14" nasa.gov SDO Sees Brightening Magnetic Loops Two active regions sprouted arches of bundled magnetic loops in this video from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory taken on Nov. 11-12, 2015.
"06.10.2015 14:16:26" whitehouse.gov Join NASA in supporting White House Astronomy Night! On October 19th, the White House will be hosting a star party on the White House lawn and would like amateur astronomers around the country to host star parties and other astronomy events on that n
"27.09.2015 22:08:48" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Explore the universe and discover our home planet with the official NASA page on Facebook. Visit us at www.nasa.gov
"24.09.2015 11:54:24" NASA Goddard Shoot this Sunday's #SuperBloodMoon eclipse like a pro
Much of the United States will be treated to a rare combination supermoon and lunar eclipse on Sunday night, Sept. 27. Since the next celestial event of this kind won’t happen until 2033, you mi
"21.09.2015 18:54:35" whitehouse.gov Astronomy Night: Share Your Supporting Event We hope that scientists and amateur astronomers will join us in celebrating the White House Astronomy Night by hosting your own events at observatories, schools, planetariums, museums, and astronomy clubs nationwide on October 19. Tell us how you pla Join the White House in hosting an astronomy event on October 19th! https://www.whitehouse.gov/webform/astronomy-night-share-your-supporting-event
"14.09.2015 15:04:04" blackwaterfalls.com Blackwater Falls State Park Blackwater Falls Star Party: October -14 http://www.blackwaterfalls.com/special.htm
"14.09.2015 14:57:38" earthsky.org Most “super” supermoon of 2015 on September 28 | EarthSky.org The closest and largest full moon of 2015 comes on September 28. It's the most super of the three full-moon supermoons in 2015. http://earthsky.org/?p=190918
"14.09.2015 14:40:47" svs.gsfc.nasa.gov Gallery: Supermoon Lunar Eclipse September 27-28, 2015 The animation archived on this page shows the geocentric phase, libration, position angle of the axis, and apparent diameter of the Moon throughout the year 2015, at hourly intervals. Until the end of 2015, the initial Dial-A-Moon image will be the f Check out the lunar eclipse on the night of September 27. The moon will be near its closest point in its orbit to Earth and so will appear larger than usual. This is called a "Super Moon Super Moon eclipses are fairly rare! https://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/
"10.09.2015 16:15:07" svs.gsfc.nasa.gov SVS: 2017 Total Solar Eclipse in the U.S. umbrapenumbrapath of totalityAbout Accuracyperfectly sphericalperfectly constant, predictable speedEarth radius6378.137 kmEarth flattening1 / 298.257 (the WGS 84 ellipsoid)Moon radius1737.4 km (k = 0.2723993)Sun radius696,000 km (959.634 arcsec at 1 Will you be in the path?
"04.09.2015 19:54:07" whitehouse.gov White House Astronomy Night: A Celebration of Science, Technology, and Space Astronomy has long been one of the most accessible sciences for children and adults alike – around the world people gaze at the moon and stars with wonder and curiosity, inspired to ask questions about the universe and the world in which we live. White House Astronomy Night - October 19th! https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2015/08/21/white-house-astronomy-night-celebration-science-technology-and-space
"10.07.2015 19:15:57" Joining now to talk #Pluto, Dwarf Planets, Ceres & @NASA_Dawn is @NASA's Lucy McFadden & Ottaviano Ruesch #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 19:00:04" Our scientists are here to talk dwarf planets. Ask away! #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 18:23:47" Lou Mayo is also ready to answer questions about Titan and other icy moons. #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 18:06:25" Francesca Scipioni is ready to answer your questions about icy moons. #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 18:01:22" It's time for Icy Moons. Bring on your questions! #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 17:12:09" We're talking asteroids now. Got questions? #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 16:40:43" Check out our comets Q&A. Live right now! #NASASWW
"10.07.2015 16:09:11" Sun Earth Day presents SMALL WORLDS WEEK, DAY 5 - Q&A is live now! Post your questions on the Sun Earth Day Fans page or on Twitter (#NASASWW) and we'll get to them!
"10.07.2015 04:02:52" Sun Earth Day presents SMALL WORLDS WEEK, DAY 5 - Questions from the field - Answers from the experts. Now it's your turn! We've got planetary astronomers standing by today between noon and 4pm (EDT) to answer your questions about small worlds. Post
"09.07.2015 14:21:14" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time Sun Earth Day presents SMALL WORLDS WEEK, DAY 4 - DWARF PLANETS. The New Horizons spacecraft will make its historic close approach to the dwarf planet, Pluto on Tuesday, July 14. There are many such "not quite" planets in our solar system; some with
"08.07.2015 21:35:17" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time NASA Sun Earth Day presents - Small Worlds Week, Day 3 - Icy Moons! The moons of the gas giants (and Pluto???) harbor tremendous amounts of water ice. Some appear to have subsurface oceans. It's a very wet solar system out there! Could these small wo
"07.07.2015 15:22:44" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time Small Worlds Week Day #2 - ASTEROIDS! Send in your questions through FB (Sun Earth Day Fans) and Twitter (#NASASWW) for our crack planetary scientists! All will be answered on Friday. Can you stump the astronomers? http://sunearthday.nasa.gov
"06.07.2015 15:14:24" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time Sun Earth Day Small Worlds Week begins today!!! Find out about the smaller members of our solar system this week. Planetary scientists are standing by to answer your questions. Go to http://sunearthday.nasa.gov and submit your questions through Faceb
"27.06.2015 14:49:02" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Sun-Earth Days: New Discoveries One Mission at a Time NASA Sun Earth Days presents: Small Worlds Week! From July 6-10 we will celebrate the smaller members of our solar system in preparation for the historic New Horizons Pluto flyby. From July 6-9, we will feature a new solar system small world each day
"08.05.2015 19:26:36" sciencefriday.com #ExplainTheSun What does the Sun do? Explain #ExplainTheSun Check out Science Friday SciClub "Explain the Sun"! http://www.sciencefriday.com/teacher-resources/05/07/2015/-explainthesun.html?interest=4&series=34
"07.05.2015 19:07:35" NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO) Over a six-hour period on April 21, 2015, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) observed a wing-like prominence eruption. SDO views the sun in various wavelengths of the extreme ultraviolet, including 171 (shown in gold) and 304 (shown in orange) a
"29.04.2015 02:39:43" NASA EDGE We just released a new vodcast, the Best of "MMS Launch." MMS is the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission. Check it out at www.nasa.gov or iTunes. This is our 125th released show!
"21.03.2015 12:47:06" flickr.com Stomp-Rocket Photo Credit: Jeff Gilbert Enjoy moments from the MMS Launch in the MMS Flickr Gallery! https://flic.kr/g/qhjju #magrecon
"20.03.2015 13:51:30" NASA Goddard Sweet! We've got some AMAZING images from this mornings solar eclipse in our Flickr group, check them out! (and add yours!)
"17.03.2015 06:30:38" ustream.tv NASA EDGE: MMS Launch Live NASA EDGE finishes its four year mission to follow the amazing Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission with live coverage atop the Operations Services Building II at NASA Kennedy Space Center. Guests include Alex Young, Susan Pope, Craig Pollock, Mic Woltm If you missed the MMS launch, don't worry! Here is a link that will take you directly to the show and the LAUNCH!!
"16.03.2015 15:45:05" nasa.gov MMS: Five Years, Four Spacecraft, Thousands of Inspired Students “It’s vital to instill passion in kids by talking about how NASA researches and explores the environment around us and in space.” - Troy Cline.
"14.03.2015 02:47:15" youtube.com Liftoff of MMS The Atlas V rocket lifts off from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station carrying four Magnetospheric Multiscale, or MMS, spacecraft on ...
"13.03.2015 19:38:29" Had a great MMS Launch Party at Arnold Christian Academy- the community gathered for the pre-launch activities held by the upper school. The students explained the science and had alot of fun.
"11.03.2015 16:32:48" plus.google.com NASA MMS Launch Hangout - Google+ Meet official NASA scientists, the Father of Digital Art, and celebrate NASA MMS launch events live at the Kennedy Space Dome. Students are leading a maker event and would love to connect with you or your classroom. Join us at 2 ET #GHO to meet scientists, the Father of Digital Art, #nasa MMS officials from an Art Dome #MAGRECON and celebrate the launch event with officials. #education #STEM #STEAM #learning #science https://plus.google.com/events/cfgk04nupj96e9
"11.03.2015 16:30:37" MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) #MMS rocket during rollback! We are getting ready for our launch tomorrow! #MagRecon Launch window opens on 3/12 at 10:44 pm. Learn more: www.nasa.gov/mms Follow the @nasasocial all day tomorrow & watch the LIVE 1 pm ET MMS science press conference t
"11.03.2015 01:58:30" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration Two days from launch, forecasters from the U.S. Air Force 45th Weather Squadron continue to predict a 70 percent chance of favorable weather for the liftoff of NASA’s MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V ro
"08.03.2015 18:09:01" ustream.tv NASA_EDGE NASA EDGE is an unscripted, non-traditional video podcast (vodcast) designed to highlight all things NASA in a unique and fun way. By using a combination of funny, offbeat and informative sketches, features and interviews, the NASA EDGE team creates Can't get down to Florida? Don't worry! You can watch coverage of the launch of #MMS on March 12, 2015:
NASA EDGE USTREAM (8:45pm to 10:45pm EDT)
NASA TV (8:00pm to 11:00pm EDT)
"07.03.2015 15:35:46" ulalaunch.com Atlas V - United Launch Alliance The Atlas V family of Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicles (EELV) represents ULA's commitment to enhanced competitive launch services for the U.S. government. Since their debut in August 2002, Atlas V vehicles have achieved 100 percent mission success Once the satellites were fully prepped and stacked they were placed in the Atlas V, the launch vehicle for #MMS. We're just five days from launch! Atlas V was created in 2002 by the United Launch Alliance and has a 100% mission success rate. To lea
"05.03.2015 03:42:51" NASA Goddard Come see where MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) was born at a NASA Social here at Goddard March 12.
Share the excitement leading up to launch!
"04.03.2015 12:35:40" AXMPaperSpaceScaleModels AXM paper models presents the complete stack of the MMS observatories. The Atlas V MMS launch is scheduled on Mar 12, 2015.
"03.03.2015 05:02:14" sunearthday.nasa.gov Sun-Earth Days Solar Max 2013 The updated Sun-Earth Days website just went live!! Spread the word!
"03.03.2015 00:10:44" kennedyspacecenter.com Rocket Launch Schedule & Events | Kennedy Space Center Check the events calendar for the Kennedy Space Center in Orlando, Florida. With the facts about rocket launches, astronaut appearances and special events. We can help you plan the perfect trip.
"27.02.2015 04:33:51" We have a nice Sun-Earth Days surprise for all of you very soon!
"25.02.2015 14:17:09" MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) Encapsulation
"19.02.2015 23:38:43" flickr.com Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission Enjoy this growing list of MMS pics found in the NASAKennedy Flickr album!
"19.02.2015 20:39:49" youtube.com NASA | MMS Mission Overview Senior Project Scientist Tom Moore outlines the three instrument suites onboard the four MMS spacecraft. On March 12, 2015, NASA plans to launch the Magnetos...
"11.02.2015 01:08:29" www.class-central.com Exploring Space Weather and 5E Instructional Model with NASA MMS Team from Canvas.net | MOOC... The purpose of this four-week learning exchange is to bring together organizations, teachers, students, and community stakeholders to assist elementary and middle school students choose a STEM career pathway by exploring topics and problems surroundi
"05.02.2015 00:57:33" docs.google.com MOOCs and Me TCEA 2015 MOOCS& Me... Leading Through Online Lifelong Learning J ennifer Miller Troy Cline jennifermiller254@ gmail. com Wednesday Feb. 4 8-9 AM Room 19 B TCEA 2015# learnanywhere Today We Will……... Identify the purpose of a MOOC and types of MOOC environmen
"22.01.2015 05:32:06" "I like seeing their eyes light up after I’ve told them something neat about science. I’m from Puerto Rico. I love when kids, especially Hispanic kids, come up to me and say that they now think that becoming a scientist is possible because they see t Timeline Photos
"22.01.2015 05:29:12" mms.gsfc.nasa.gov MMS Launch Party Kit Capturing 3 dimensional views of magnetic fields around Earth explosively connecting and disconnecting is about to become a reality as the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission prepares for launch. Plan your own launch party with these resources an Watch NASA Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission launch live on March 12, 2015! MMS will study the mystery of how magnetic fields around Earth connect and disconnect, explosively releasing energy via a process known as magnetic reconnection. With
"12.01.2015 17:27:29" www.nasa.gov Magnetic Connections A series of linked loops across the face of the Sun highlighted the dynamic magnetic connections generated by several active regions (Jan. 3-6, 2015). Active regions have magnetic north and south polarity and the arcing loops find the opposite pole t
"10.01.2015 05:45:18" www.kickstarter.com Building dreams in rural West Virginia through STEM A student built full-scale model of the MMS mission leads to an offer from NASA for students to attend spring launch of satellite.
"23.12.2014 04:35:47" The Sun Today: Solar Facts and Space Weather Let there be aurora! A coronal mass ejection (CME) impacting Earth’s magnetic field on Dec. 21, 2014 stirred up a G1 (out of 5) geomagnetic storm. This produced an amazing show of lights in the Norwegian sky. The fantastic aurora were captured in pic
"19.12.2014 15:55:20" mms.gsfc.nasa.gov MMS Launch Party Kit Capturing 3 dimensional views of magnetic fields around Earth explosively connecting and disconnecting is about to become a reality as the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission prepares for launch. Plan your own launch party with these resources an
"11.12.2014 19:18:01" NASA | How Will the 4 MMS Spacecraft Launch and Deploy? In March of 2015, an unprecedented NASA mission will launch to study a process so mysterious that no one has ever directly measured it in action. To create t...
"04.12.2014 05:40:34" Orion: Trial By Fire The journey starts tomorrow…and we can't wait! Go #Orion!
NASA’s Orion spacecraft is built to take humans farther than they’ve ever gone before. Orion will serve as the exploration vehicle that will carry the crew to space, provide emergency abort c
"26.11.2014 15:14:40" Trip to Oz - Over the Rainbow
"The scene might have been considered serene if it weren't for the tornado. During 2004 in Kansas, storm chaser Eric Nguyen photographed this budding twister in a different light -- the light of a rainbow. Featured her Timeline Photos
"13.11.2014 18:23:23" Just watched the ESA Rosetta/Philae press conference. Looks like the Philae lander bounced three times, the first bounce taking the spaccecraft a full km away from its touchdown site. The comet is only 3km in diameter and escape velocity is around 0.
"13.11.2014 14:42:03" earthsky.org As Philae detached from its mothership, an eerie comet song | EarthSky.org Listen in on a mysterious sound produced by Rosetta's comet. ESA says the comet song is due to Have you listened to the sounds coming from the comet?
"12.11.2014 19:13:34" Rosetta #CometLanding webcast by European Space Agency Watch European Space Agency's Rosetta #CometLanding webcast on Livestream.com. Live webcast from ESA mission control, when Europe's Rosetta spacecraft dispatches the Philae lander to make the first-ever touchdown on a comet. Official hashtag: #CometL Rosetta update... It landed. Philae survived the landing. They landed where they wanted to. Rosetta has power. There is data coming back. See it NOW... http://new.livestream.com/ESA/cometlanding
"12.11.2014 14:34:25" rosetta.jpl.nasa.gov NASA Television to Provide Coverage of European Mission Comet Landing | Rosetta NASA Television and the agency’s website will provide live coverage from 6-8:30 a.m. PST (9-11:30 a.m. EST) of the European Space Agency (ESA) Rosetta mission’s scheduled landing of a probe on a comet on Wednesday, Nov. 12. Or...Check out the NASA JPL website! http://rosetta.jpl.nasa.gov/news/nasa-television-provide-coverage-european-mission-comet-landing
"12.11.2014 14:31:27" History will be made today as a spacecraft touches down on a comet! The ESA Rosetta spacecraft has released its Philae lander on target for Comet 67P C-G. Touchdown is expected at around 11am EST. You can watch the feed on NASA TV beginning at 9am ES
"11.11.2014 17:56:51" www.futureengineers.org Future Engineers Welcome to the first-ever 3D Printing in Space Challenge, which invites K-12 students to create 3D models for space! The winning student's space tool design will be 3D printed on the International Space Station, making it one of the first parts in hi
"10.11.2014 13:15:00" NASA | Fiery Looping Rain on the Sun Music: "Thunderbolt" by Lars Leonhard, courtesy of artist. http://www.lars-leonhard.de/ Eruptive events on the sun can be wildly different. Some come just wi...
"09.11.2014 17:30:30" At the Division for Planetary Sciences (DPS) in Tucson, AZ. Attending a small bodies (asteroids, comets) workshop for K-12 educators with my good friends, Steppanie Shipp, Whitney Cobb, Larry Lebofsky...What fun!
"30.10.2014 19:56:44" svs.gsfc.nasa.gov CILab: Detail Page (id 20214) This animation follows Magnetosphere Multiscale(MMS) Mission from launch at Kennedy Space Center through deployment and on station doing science. The MMS mission is comprising four identically instrumented spacecraft that will use Earth’s magnetosphe
"30.10.2014 04:30:45" One Giant Sunspot, 6 Substantial Flares
http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/one-giant-sunspot-6-substantial-flares/index.html#.VE49l94eMg9 Timeline Photos
"24.10.2014 03:59:06" Got some great eclipse pictures from a rooftop at Marymount U. Though it was largely overcast, the sun broke through a low cloud bank just about 5:50pm EDT as the eclipse began. My UG students and I had a blast! Here are some pics. Enjoy!
"23.10.2014 18:42:53" Well, actually Sunspot #2192.
"23.10.2014 18:39:56" Patiently waiting for clouds to part and wind to die down. Snapped this pic of massive sunspot 2019. Enjoy!
"23.10.2014 18:39:56" Timeline Photos Patiently waiting for clouds to part and wind to die down. Snapped this pic of massive sunspot 2019. Enjoy!
"23.10.2014 17:57:21" We just released "MMS Talk Show - Part 2." Chris continues his talk with more members of the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission (MMS) team. Enthusiasm is high ahead of their upcoming launch.
Check it out at www.nasa.gov/nasaedge or iTunes. Timeline Photos You can also catch the latest MMS NASA EDGE vodcast on YouTube at http://youtu.be/alGkmiRi8tU
"23.10.2014 15:23:29" sunearthday.nasa.gov Space Weather Media Viewer - NASA The Space Weather Media Viewer is a Flash-based interactive tool kit built to support the major public outreach initiatives of NASA's Sun-Earth Connection Massive sunspot today! Check it out.http://sunearthday.nasa.gov/spaceweather/#
"23.10.2014 15:10:49" And here's the picture of the eclipse from Silver Spring, MD at 6pm EDT.
"23.10.2014 15:10:49" Timeline Photos And here's the picture of the eclipse from Silver Spring, MD at 6pm EDT.
"23.10.2014 15:10:07" ECLIPSE TODAY! There will be a partial solar eclipse today starting about 5:50pm (EDT). This picture shows what it will look like to those in the DC metro area with a fairly clear western horizon at 6pm. So, not a really BIG eclipse but... AN ECLIPSE
"23.10.2014 14:32:07" plus.google.com DIY Space Science with the NOVA Sun Lab - Google+ The engine that drives our dynamic planet—from ocean to air—is our Sun. Despite its apparently steady glow, the Sun regularly produces powerful flares and storms that can knock out power and communication systems on Earth. This webinar provides you Find out how your students can use real-life data and tools to learn about the Sun.
Join NASA's MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale), NOVA Education and PBS LearningMedia for a live Google Hangout on Thursday, October 23, 7-8p: DIY Space Science with the
"21.10.2014 12:24:39" ScienceCasts: Sunset Solar Eclipse Visit http://science.nasa.gov/ for more. On October 23rd, the Moon will pass in front of the sun, off-center, producing a partial solar eclipse visible in mo...
"17.10.2014 04:52:48" MMS Obervatory Model Making! Enjoy this growing image collection of models made from materials including paper, wood, noodles, LEGOs, mylar, plastic, 3D printing and more! Make your own model and tag us. Congratulations to students and educators from West Virginia who successfully designed and built a life-size model of a NASA spacecraft currently on display at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center! @MagRecon Special thanks to Eric Christian and Alfonso
"16.10.2014 13:02:53" MMS (Magnetospheric Multiscale) Follow the NASA Social for the NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission on Oct 17:
•#MagRecon Learn about the MMS mission prior to its departure from NASA Goddard Space Flight Center to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, by following the NASA Social and Media Day on Oct 17th!
"16.10.2014 05:09:49" The Spirit of the Aurora!
For this Halloween we've decided to resurrect a very special treat! Jordan Hill is back with a creepy story about the Aurora, and a spooky shack - posted October 30th, 2008.
Listen now at: http://1.usa.gov/1vxVHh9
You can a
"16.10.2014 05:09:49" Timeline Photos The Spirit of the Aurora!
For this Halloween we've decided to resurrect a very special treat! Jordan Hill is back with a creepy story about the Aurora, and a spooky shack - posted October 30th, 2008.
Listen now at: http://1.usa.gov/1vxVHh9
You can also
"14.10.2014 20:11:00" ummm...."East" Coast....
"14.10.2014 20:06:44" eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA - Partial Solar Eclipse of 2014 October 23 This is part of NASA's official eclipse home page. It plots solar eclipse paths on Google Earth maps. There will be a partial solar eclipse on October 23rd. The further west you are in the US, the better the seeing. On the Earth Coast, the sun will set shortly after the partial phase begins. Middle US and West Coast viewers should see the entire ecli
"10.10.2014 20:47:56" MMS Launch and Deploy Animation This animation follows Magnetosphere Multiscale (MMS) Mission from launch at Kennedy Space Center through deployment and on station doing science. The MMS mi...
"10.10.2014 19:19:27" We just released a new vodcast called 'Talking MMS - Part 1.' This is the first time we assembled 16 members of the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission team in one room in a talk show format. This 2-part vodcast will give a unique perspective on how a Timeline Photos
"08.10.2014 16:45:38" Brian Dennis Maniac Lecture, September 24, 2014 NASA Solar Physicist Dr. Brian Dennis presented a Maniac Talk entitled "From Picking Potatoes to Measuring the Biggest Bangs in the Solar System -- Always a ...
"07.10.2014 14:42:20" www.space.com October 2014 Blood Moon: Total Lunar Eclipse Coverage A total lunar eclipse is set to rise above people across a large swath of the world Wednesday (Oct. 8). Find Space.com's complete coverage of the event here. Lunar Eclipse - tomorrow, Wednesday October 8th at.....wait for it....just before sunrise! Woo Hoo!!! For us Marylanders - Partial phase begins at 5:18am (EST) and the moon will be entirely in the Earth's shadow at about 6:25am. Sunrise is at 7:09am.
"02.10.2014 21:33:27" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory (Little SDO) captured this image today of a solar flare. The flare is the bright flash of light on the right limb of the sun. A burst of solar material erupting out into space can be seen just below it. Details: http:/
"25.09.2014 04:40:17" NASA | The Difference Between CMEs and Solar Flares Coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and flares are both solar events, but they are not the same. This video shows the differences between the two by highlighting s...
"22.09.2014 16:38:08" www.nasa.gov Preview MMS Spacecraft Before They Ship for Launch NASA is inviting social media users to apply for a maximum of 25 media NASA Social credentials for a one-day event on Friday, Oct. 17, 2014: the Magnetospheric Multiscale, or MMS, mission media day at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt,
"15.09.2014 15:39:59" Apply for #NASASocial credential to preview @NASA_MMS spacecraft Oct 17 @NASAGoddard in Md: go.nasa.gov/1rZVy59 pic.twitter.com/FNcBIABhAl
"15.09.2014 15:39:59" Timeline Photos Apply for #NASASocial credential to preview @NASA_MMS spacecraft Oct 17 @NASAGoddard in Md: go.nasa.gov/1rZVy59 pic.twitter.com/FNcBIABhAl
"13.09.2014 12:52:32" Sign up now for an opportunity for media credentials for the MMS Spacecraft Media Day on October 17, 2014 - http://www.nasa.gov/content/mms-media-day-2014/
We are inviting social media users to apply for a maximum of 25 media NASA Social credential Timeline Photos
"12.09.2014 12:49:32" Animation of the CME on Sept.9-SOHO Auroras could be further south in the US for the next 2 nights.
"12.09.2014 12:49:32" Timeline Photos Animation of the CME on Sept.9-SOHO Auroras could be further south in the US for the next 2 nights.
"11.09.2014 16:27:24" X 1.6 watch for aurora Thursday and Friday nights in northern US
"24.08.2014 21:53:51" www.abc17news.com Scientists excited about total solar eclipse to impact Mid-Missouri A total solar eclipse is a rare occurrence. It's been decades since one was seen in Mid-Missouri, but that's about to change. Astronomers and educators met in Missouri about the Total Solar Eclipse on August 21, 2017.
"08.08.2014 15:02:58" MMS Photographer, Barbara Lambert, and Education & Communications Lead, Troy Cline, explore the MMS cleanroom through the eyes of a 'fish-eye' lens. (Special thanks to Pat Reiff for the use of this specialized lens) — at NASA Goddard Space Flight Cen Timeline Photos
"08.08.2014 13:45:27" www.nasa.gov MMS Movie Trailer: Four Spacecraft, One Mission - Magnetic Reconnection Short movie trailer for MMS mission; 4 identical spacecraft that will orbit around Earth through the dynamic magnetic system surrounding our planet to study a little-understood phenomenon called magnetic reconnection.
"14.07.2014 18:29:51" masondixonstarparty.org Mason Dixon Star Party 2014 Mason Dixon Star Party, held in southern York County, PA. Amateur astronomers gather for a weekend of fun and nightly astronomical observing. Features dark skies, speakers, vendors, contests, raffles MASON DIXON STAR PARTY JULY 23-27!! http://masondixonstarparty.org/
"25.06.2014 20:45:53" nasawavelength.org Take the MMS Challenge This is a challenge-based activity set designed to have students explore and research the Magnetospheric MultiScale Mission (MMS). Students will explore the purpose and relevance of the mission as well as the scientific methodologies. Activities incl Looking for a great set of activities that will motivate your students about NASA careers?
"24.06.2014 19:47:06" The Sun is really, really big! A giant filament on the eastern edge of the sun really puts the size of our star, Earth and the planets into perspective.
This structure of solar plasma, a billion plus tons of 40,000 - 80,000 degree C or 72,000 - 144,000 degree F material, sits hig
"21.06.2014 15:21:39" sunearthday.gsfc.nasa.gov Ancient Observatories | Multimedia Center | Gallery A view of the Sun dagger at Hovenweep National Monument. Two concentric circle petroglphs are illuminated as the sun rises on the Summer solstice. Within in a matter of minutes two separate shafts of light, the first appearing from the left and the s
"10.06.2014 19:48:44" Northern Lights Time Lapse over The San Juan Islands, Washington State This video was shot June 8, 2014 and made of 520 still images. I used a Nikon D600 with a 16-28mm f2.8 Tokina and each image was 8 - 10 seconds long, iso 160...
"10.06.2014 19:28:01" The Mystery Of The Magnetic Field description
"10.06.2014 19:26:00" Professor of Physics and Astronomy - The MMS Mission Join Craig Kletzing as he describes his career as a Professor of Physics and Astronomy and how that relates to his work with the Magnetospheric Multiscale (M...