Art request from a friend at school :> He's a space boi vacuuming the stars, not the best work I could've done, mind you, but I'm glad I got an opportunity to practice my painting and overall art in general. That reminds me, if you have any art requests you'd like to share with me, don't hesitate to throw them my way; I'm always up for a good challenge! :) #art#painting#traditionalart#galaxy#astranaut#space
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Os Smartphones hoje se tornaram objetos imprescindíveis. Tudo está conectado na palma das nossas mãos. A Samsung é uma das líderes desse segmento e traz para você mais uma grande oportunidade com o Galaxy A20 Azul. Ele vem com armazenamento interno de 32GB para guardar fotos e vídeos, além de 3GB de memória RAM com processador OCta-Core em um sistema operacional Android 9.0 para que você tenha fluidez ao navegar entre aplicativos e navegadores. Ele possui também tela de 6,4", além de contar com câmera traseira Dupla 13MP + 5MP(UW) e câmera selfie de 8MP. Um aparelho que traz praticidade e versatilidade, até porque ele conta com tecnologia 3G/4G e dual chip para que você escolha a operadora que melhor lhe atende. E para desbloqueá-lo, basta posicionar o dedo no leitor na parte traseira. Agora é só levar e ficar conectado sempre!
I learned today that more than@1/3 of humanity can no longer view the Milky Way due to artificial light pollution. 80% of North Americans and 60% will never see it. It has profoundly altered a fundamental human experience, namely that of pondering the night sky. I am thankful for the places in Georgia where it is visible to the naked eye and it is still possible to ponder the night sky.
Europe wants ideas for cave-spelunking moon robots. Here's how you can help!
As NASA makes a big push to land humans on the moon's surface by 2024, the European Space Agency (ESA) wants to learn more about the lunar caves that lie beneath. ESA has released a call for proposals asking for creative ways to design a robotic mission that would explore these caves, which could be related to old underground lava tubes that dried up over the eons and collapsed. The campaign is available on ESA's Open Space Innovation Platform and closes Oct. 31. The missions have several scientific objectives associated with them, ESA explained. Future explorers would not only need to access, navigate and map the caves, but may use other resources. Some possible ideas include establishing communications between the cave and "the outside world," ESA said, while others involve instruments that could take measurements of the environment of the cave.
Check it out at - https://www.space.com/europe-moon-cave-exploration-ideas.html
This incredible montage of Saturn and it's moons was taken by voyager almost 40 years ago. Within those long 40 years, Voyager has become the furthest spacecraft to leave earth at approximately 15.3 billion kilometres (9.6 billion miles) away from our small blue planet. Although it's distance and age, Voyager still transmits data.
The spacecraft is likely to outlast earth and may eventually be found by aliens who will be able to view images and audio from earth.
Once we all cease to exist, Voyager will be there to ensure that the echo of humanity will live on. ~ K.B
The Earth and Moon as Seen from Mars, 142 million km away, captured by the #HiRISE camera aboard the Mars Orbiter built by @nasa and the @universityofarizona 🛰 🌍 #LikeABOS
• The HiRISE instrument would make a great backyard telescope for viewing Mars, and we can also use it at Mars to view other planets, such as Jupiter or in this case, Earth and it’s moon.
• This is an image of #Earth and the Moon, acquired at 5:20 a.m. MST on 3 October 2007, at a range of 142 million kilometers, which gives the HiRISE image a scale of 142 km/pixel and an Earth diameter of about 90 pixels and a Moon diameter of 24 pixels. The phase angle is 98 degrees, which means that less than half of the disks of the Earth and Moon have direct illumination. We could image Earth/Moon at full disk illumination only when they are on the opposite side of the sun from Mars, but then the range would be much greater and the image would show less detail.
📸 @NASA@JPL@universityofarizona #Mars#BOS#Astronomy