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The clearest picture ever taken from the surface of Venus
submitted 15 hours ago by --a from midi.moe
James Webb Space Telescope reveals ancient galaxies were more structured than scientists thought: "Based on our results astronomers must rethink our understanding of the formation of the first galaxies and how galaxy evolution occurred over the past 10 billion years."
submitted 3 days ago by neolib from space.com
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submitted 3 days ago by softwaresupply from microprokey.com
Microsoft Office 2019/2021 activation license key lifetime
NASA loves the gods of "mythology". Are their missions really about science?!
submitted 4 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
Claustrophobia - My wife watched this video with me of a Russian in the space station (ISS) and could barely watch it because it made her feel claustrophobic. The tubes they maneuver through are so small....
Northern lights activity is sky-high, and scientists say more is yet to come: "Every glimmer of the northern lights begins as a spot on the sun’s surface. And if increased solar activity is any indication, the next year and a half will be filled with glimmers."
submitted 6 days ago by neolib from nbcnews.com
Aurora - As seen from ISS, above the Indian Ocean
submitted 7 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
Russians and Americans Together In Space (but not on Earth).... [video]
submitted 7 days ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
View of Earth from the ISS [from Russian cosmonaut: t.me/s/borisov_cosmonaut]
submitted 11 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
SpaceX releases another mysterious-looking craft to orbit Earth, under the name "Starlink". Each launch requires an incredible amount of fuel.... In other news, they tell you to buy one of their electric vehicles and stop using fuel for your personal use. [video]
submitted 11 days ago by In-the-clouds from video.twimg.com
Fireball over Iceland
submitted 13 days ago by neolib from apod.nasa.gov
Man that described Apollo 1 disaster as a worse failure than NASA admits was killed days after testifying to Congress. And his 500-page report is missing.
submitted 13 days ago by In-the-clouds from lakeandsumterstyle.com
It was a strange choice of wording, to call the astronauts a "sacrifice".... The Apollo 1 astronauts were literally roasted alive in fire.
submitted 13 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
People have been living in space "for over 23 years!" according to Russian cosmonaut (Konstantin Borisov) currently onboard ISS.
submitted 23 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
India halts & puts to sleep its rover for cold season on the Moon. Will it not suspend the Moon exploration for India?
submitted 23 days ago by CyberGuardienQueen from self.space
Moon Landing Site for Apollo 17 - You can zoom in on the image for a more detailed look.
submitted 23 days ago by In-the-clouds from gigapan.com
Russian cosmonaut plans to land off the coast of Florida tomorrow (Sep-5-2023). ~ Why do the Americans and Russians work together in space? But they can't work together in Ukraine? They can't play well together in Syria? Or in North Korea? Or anywhere else?
submitted 27 days ago by In-the-clouds from hostux.pics
India launches space mission to the sun a week after moon landing - Aditya-L1 is to observe sun’s outermost layers and will be first vessel by any Asian nation to be placed in orbit around sun
submitted 28 days ago by neolib from theguardian.com
Did Russia nuke the moon? They were going to look for water, but crashed their portable nuclear power generator instead. Is the moon now contaminated with radioactive plutonium-238? Is the moon water there no longer safe for future manned missions?
submitted 28 days ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
The Catholic Priests have always been deeply interested in astronomy. In the 1600s they did not want anyone to believe the sun was the center of the solar system, and they sought to punish those who did not agree with them.
NASA moon orbiter spots crash site of Russia's failed Luna-25 lander (photos)
submitted 29 days ago by neolib from space.com
Russians perform space walk outside ISS. The moon looked so small orbiting the Earth. [video]
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from pomf2.lain.la
Edwin Buzz Aldrin comes down the ladder and steps onto the moon, as Neil Armstrong takes pictures and talks to him.... [video]
Watch as the first rocks were picked up by man.... on the moon. They called it a "contingency sample" during radio communication with the command center on Earth, because if they had to abort the mission and launch from the moon early, at least they would have their rock samples. [video]
Common belief about the moon's power....
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from midi.moe
Traffic Up In Space - View from space station (ISS) as engines fire from the Russian Service Module Zvezda ~ You can see traffic up there in space, much of which is unknown to me.... so many satellites and other man-made spacecraft.... [video]
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from qu.ax
Indian Chandrayaan-3 Rover detects specific elements on the moon that men would probably like to build with: "Aluminum (Al), Sulphur (S), Calcium (Ca), Iron (Fe), Chromium (Cr), and Titanium (Ti) on the lunar surface."
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from isro.gov.in
Why do they work on DNA in space?
Russian flew on the NASA / SpaceX spacecraft and is now on the ISS orbiting Earth. Here he is before his flight, with a picture behind him of a dragon on top of earth. ~ They worship the dragon which gives power to the beast. Revelation 13:4
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from images4.imagebam.com
Dragon Patch (used by the space agencies) - Notice the tail drawing stars down to Earth. Do not be deceived. This dragon will not benefit the Earth, but will attempt to destroy mankind as we know it.
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from john1126.com
Ocean tides are not caused by the moon pulling the Earth's water. (I realize this goes against what the world believes at this time, but consider, if you will....)
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from self.space
SpaceX, funded by US taxpayers, launched its 11th manned mission to space, with a planned six-month stay at their International Space Station. [I rarely hear anything about these launches.]
Russian men plan to fly with American woman to the ISS and stay there with her 375 days. "The Soyuz MS-24 manned spacecraft is scheduled to launch on September 15, 2023 from Baikonur Cosmodrome."
The 2nd Russian cosmonaut to fly on a SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft has been living in Earth's orbit for the past six months. Andrey Fedyaev prepares to leave the weightlessness of the ISS with "negative pressure in the lower part of the body." (SpaceX is funded in part by US taxpayers.)
The Moon Rabbit - Why are there so many stories about a rabbit on the moon, spanning centuries? Here is one version of the story from Chinese legend, an ancient Buddhist story....
Billionaire Ray Dalio says India’s moon landing is another sign of its ‘ascendence’—and predicts stellar growth for its economy
submitted 1 month ago by Cancelthis from fortune.com
Indian Moon Mission - Video quality is poor. Instead of fluid motion, they only release still images blurred together. Is that so they can scrutinize each frame before it is released? (The far side of the moon has water and life.) Also, there is no color in the images. [click for video]
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from video.twimg.com
Russia's first lunar mission in 47 years smashes into the moon in failure
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from reuters.com
Astronauts killed by their spacecraft
The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft touched down softly near the moon's south pole today (Aug. 23), notching a huge milestone for the nation. India is now the fourth country to stick a lunar landing, after the United States, the former Soviet Union and China.
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from space.com
Taxpayer-funded SpaceX and Blue Origin, to send people to the moon.... and to make solar panels on the moon. Who benefits from this? ~ You might need to cut back on your use of fuel. They need your fuel and your money for their rockets.
Russia's unmanned Luna-25 spacecraft has crashed into the Moon after spinning out of control, officials say.
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from bbc.com
Defying Atmosphere - How Rocket Engines Get Tested In A Vacuum Before Going To Space - Scott Manley
submitted 1 month ago by zyxzevn from youtube.com
In a terse update posted on the social media network Telegram Saturday, the Russian space corporation Roscosmos said that an "emergency situation" had occurred on board its Luna 25 spacecraft.
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from arstechnica.com
The Most Earth-like Exoplanets
submitted 1 month ago by Mcheetah from space.com
Apollo 16 landing site clearly seen on moon by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera ~ I wish they would show color images of the moon's far-side. [video]
A thousand pictures of the back side of the moon, which few ever see - Astronaut Michael Collins [video]
If we sent a space telescope about three times further into space than Voyager, we could use the sun's gravity as a lens and take high resolution photos of planets in other solar systems, with enough data to easily infer details about their biosphere and other activity
submitted 1 month ago * by Musky from self.space
He testified that he walked on the moon and described details - Edwin Buzz Aldrin, 1969 [video]
Will Russia's Luna-25 beat India's Chandrayaan-3 to the Moon?
submitted 1 month ago by Musky from interestingengineering.com
Laser Reflector left on the moon by Apollo 15, according to astronaut Jim Irwin....
"Nuclear power plant" on the moon. ~ According to astronaut Jim Irwin
Nuclear power on the moon - "Astronaut Alan L. Bean, Lunar Module (LM) pilot, attaches the Apollo Lunar Surface Experiment Package (ALSEP) Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) fuel package to the carrybar." ~ (Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator = nuclear power plant)
"From the late 1960s to mid-1980s, McDonald Observatory astronomers measured the Earth-Moon distance by beaming a laser from the 2.7-meter Harlan J. Smith Telescope to reflectors placed on the Moon by Apollo astronauts." [mcdonaldobservatory.org]
Autonomous landing of Chinese spacecraft on moon's far side, 2019.... As is usual for the space programs, they show only black & white images to the public, so no true color is visible. If there were vegetation, it would not be perceived. Still, it was an impressive landing.... [video]
Intense interview with the 2nd man to walk on the moon. 1973. That last question.... and that stare.... [video]
Astronaut Jim Irwin describes a crater on the far-side of the moon as having a "sea". (He flew on Apollo 15 and orbited the moon before landing, so he had a view of the other side of the moon that is not visible from earth-based telescopes.)
Japanese study images of far-side of moon: Russian probe found vegetation zone. ~ "Problem: All of these color images have different colors... But there should be no reason to combine a color filter with a color image. Why are the colors so different? It is to hide the potential of the plants!"
Interesting book, published in 1973, by an astronaut who went on one of the moon missions --- Here is a page that I found especially interesting about the perspective of Earth from space, and from the moon....
Moon size compared to Australia....
News to me: South Korea launched a moon mission, using a SpaceX rocket and NASA-made "ultra-sensitive" camera to take photos of the far-side.... But they post a black & white photo, stripping all color away. (The far side of the moon has water and color, but they do not reveal that to the public.)
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from hostux.pics
Another SpaceX launch (August 8, 2023) from Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California ~ It's like SpaceX is a branch of the military, since they use the military base.
Rarely seen image of the far-side of the moon....
Russia shoots for the moon as space race against US heats up
submitted 1 month ago by Drewski from politico.eu
My mother-in-law visited us for supper. She was a teenager when the Apollo missions went to the moon. I asked her what she remembered about it. She remembers listening to a news report on the car radio at the K-mart parking lot. She asked, Why do we need to go to the moon?
Russia launches Luna-25 moon lander, its 1st lunar probe in 47 years: "If all goes according to plan, Luna-25 will spend the next five days journeying to the moon, then circle the natural satellite for another five to seven days. The spacecraft will then set down in the moon's south polar region.."
On earth, if you drop a feather and a hammer at the same time, the feather will be slower to hit the ground because of air resistance. Not so where there is no air.... [video]
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from take-me-to.space
1971: Apollo 15 Lunar Module pilot James B. Irwin loads-up the Lunar Roving Vehicle with tools and equipment in preparation for the first lunar extravehicular activity at the Hadley-Apennine landing site.
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from web.archive.org
Mars is spinning faster, and scientists aren't sure why: "...the Red Planet's spin is accelerating at a rate of 4 milliarcseconds — one one-thousandth of an arcsecond, a unit of angularity — per year. As a result, the length of a Martian day is getting shorter by fractions of a millisecond annually"
submitted 1 month ago by neolib from livescience.com
"Why the Moon Landing COULDN'T Have Been Faked ｜ Adam Ruins Everything - CollegeHumor" [video]
Overwhelming amount of interesting photos, audio, and videos from the Apollo moon program - It's too much to look at in one sitting, but you could take a sample....
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from apolloarchive.com
The Saturn-5 rocket launched the first successful mission to land on the moon, and "was watched by more than 1 million people, including the crews of eight ships of the Soviet Navy." 20 years after America nuked Japan, the Soviets may have wanted to keep watch.
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from ic.pics.livejournal.com
Possible motive for spreading RUMORS that the moon landings are a hoax....
Does the far side of the moon look green? (As in.... the color of plants.) We rarely get shown the amazing photo collection of the far side of the moon.
Sign language uses the hands to communicate....
Evidence of the moon landings: "On August 19, 2011 the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) acquired a high resolution image of the Apollo 12 landing site."
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from youtube.com
Boulder storm 'as deadly as Hiroshima' accidentally unleashed by NASA during test to change the trajectory of an asteroid
submitted 1 month ago by [deleted] from dailymail.co.uk
After he had plastic surgery, he no longer even looks like Buzz Aldrin (the astronaut who walked on the moon).
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from stars-plastic-surgery.blogspot.com
First observations of the surface of the moon.... by a man who visited there (Neil Armstrong). Radio transmissions captured from Australia in 1969. (Link will be posted to comments).... [audio MP3]
Buzz Aldrin - Covers one eye with 666 hand sign ~ walked on the moon ~ mother's maiden name: Moon ~ Free Mason, who "use the moon as the lesser light" ~ Killed at least two people in Korea. [Source will be posted in comments.]
NASA and Google have yet to honor their promise from 2008....
How a brown dwarf compares to our solar system.
The Vatican Observatory has been looking for a brown dwarf.... That's a dark, cold star and probably requires an infra-red camera to spot. [video]
The closest view we have of Jupiter from NASA
submitted 1 month ago by Musky from midi.moe
The Vatican demanded that their telescope observatory be built in the United States on Mount Graham in Arizona. [video]
Did NASA nuke Jupiter?
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from bibliotecapleyades.net
Catholic church admits that a telescope named LUCIFER (later shortened to LUCI) is at the Vatican outpost in Arizona and that they have access to it. They deny "owning" it.... but they funded it. They used a telescope named LUCIFER, which is the name of God's adversary!
The LUCIFER manual (for the telescope in Arizona) for looking at the things coming to the earth. When they see what is coming, their hearts will fail them for fear, for the powers of heaven shall be shaken. - As revealed by Jesus (Luke 21:26)
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from abell.as.arizona.edu
"LUCIFER" at the Vatican Observatory Website - Archived video page showed this title for years: "NASA and The Vatican's Infrared Telescope Called (LUCIFER)" - But the video didn't say anything about it. (Lucifer is the name of God's adversary.)
Why does the Vatican get so excited about imaging a black hole at the center of our galaxy? And how does this have anything to do with keeping God's greatest commandment? (Love God above all, and love your fellow man as yourself.)
submitted 1 month ago by In-the-clouds from vaticanobservatory.org
LUCIFER telescope was announced by a German Institute, Max Planck, many years ago, and after public scrutiny, shortened the name to LUCI. Pope Francis was recently visited by the president of the Max Planck Society, strengthening their close relationship and cooperation for their telescope systems.
LUCIFER is the Vatican's infra-red telescope.... Strange name.... [video]
Google Sky has a section of the heavens blacked out. Are they deliberately hiding something? People have noticed this years ago and it remains blacked out. This is what it looks like today, August 2, 2023.... [Link will be in the comments so you can look, if you want.]
When the Apollo spacecrafts launched from the moon to return to earth, this is how the launches were recorded.... [video, about 5 minutes]
Man now launches thousands of objects from earth into space each year. To most worldlings, these objects are UFOs, because they have no idea what the rich and powerful are launching or for what purpose.
NASA accidentally severs contact with Voyager 2 probe 12 billion miles from Earth
submitted 2 months ago by Musky from livescience.com
Planet X artwork