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    space thread

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    Even cooler Space 1999.
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    Love me Love my fish

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    8 Wonders of the Solar System, Made Interactive: Scientific American

    man the writeup on jupiters spot is just brutal
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    amazing stuff where do you find the time to search this stuff .......
    thanks..........mark
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    I try to put aside a few minutes of chill out time a day.
    ya know, secure ye olde sanity
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    wuh? that is so cool it doesnt even look real...




    but yeh, space is stuff pretty trippy stuff. Gotta love it.

    A big lot a space out there.

    Makes us look a little small.
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    Some more for you Mark, some of my favourites folder.


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    HOW CAN YOU NOT LOVE STATS LIKE THIS..

    What exactly did the Kepler telescope find?
    It has discovered 1,235 exoplanets, or planets like ours, that revolve around a sun, in an area that represents around 1/400th of the Milky Way. By extrapolating these numbers, the Kepler team has estimated that there are at least 50 billion exoplanets in our galaxy ó 500 million of which sit inside the habitable zones of their suns, the area that it is neither too hot nor too cold to support life and is sometimes called the "Goldilocks zone."
    Reminded me of this book I read The Goldilocks Enigma Anthropic principle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. If life were impossible no-one would know it.

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    Ta for the links man. AWESOME!!!
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    Somehow I found this guy...Richard C. Hoagland

    woah.


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    Isnt it just great the way you can find 1 link.
    And it keeps you busy for weeks trying to understand it.
    Space exploration is the one reason I want to live forever.

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    Will have to get some humor into this thread too.
    but how lol

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    regardless of the fact that temps reach 867F, wow, that is hot. but yeh, it would be cool. venus... why not?

    I mean what else could change the course of human existence more than life found on another planet.

    I dont need ET, just some bacteria would be fine.

    more to the point, what the heck is that??


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    lol I dunno man
    BUT
    seems like we are going back to the moon,
    to stay!
    Russia and NASA plan to COLONISE the Moon ? The Register
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    ok its a big picture
    but it just blows my mind
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    There is some complicated stuff going on out there.

    are threatening to consume anything, even light
    Dont ya just love that!

    And the fact that we are viewing these outer galaxies as they were during the early stages of the creation of the universe.

    Trippy stuff.

    Great vid.

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    Is There Extraterrestrial Life in the Universe?

    One of the most fascinating questions that occurs when contemplating the universe is whether there other life exists, equally or more intelligent than we. Are there alien eyes looking at our star or our galaxy and do these creatures ask the same cosmological questions we ask? Nobody knows, although the straightforward application of the Copernican Principle suggests that we cannot be unique in the universe.

    Is there other life in the universe? How can we begin to answer that question, in the absence of direct evidence to answer the question in the affirmative? One way is through something known as the Drake equation, named after the astronomer Frank Drake. It is not really an equation to be solved, so much as it is a way of systematizing the unknowns. Here is how it works. Let us say we wish to estimate the quantity N, the number of technological civilizations in the galaxy. Of the n stars in the galaxy, only some fraction fp of them will have planets. Only some average number of planets per star, (H), will be potentially habitable. Of the habitable planets, there is a fraction fl that will develop life. Now of the planets that develop life, how many will develop intelligent life? Use fi for that fraction. Only some fraction of intelligent species ft will develop technology. So given all these things, we can write

    N = n ◊ fp ◊ H ◊ fl ◊ fi ◊ ft

    Some of these factors are easier to estimate than others. There are about 100 billion stars in the Milky Way so we will use that for n. There now seems to be some direct evidence for planets around other stars, but as yet we still don't know what fraction of stars would have planets. If we are optimistic, then we would take a fraction near one, essentially saying that all stars have planets. What number of planets per star would be habitable? The planets would have to be located at a distance from their star that is neither too hot nor too cold. In our solar system there are three that are potentially habitable, Venus, Mars, and the Earth. Some stars would support fewer, or possibly no, habitable planets. Let's say that, on average, only one in 10 stars with planets has one planet that could support life. What have we got so far?

    N = 100,000,000,000 ◊ 1 ◊ 0.1 ◊ fl ◊ fi ◊ ft

    This still leaves a lot of potentially life-bearing planets!

    The next three fractions are the especially tricky ones. If life can develop, does it? Opinions differ widely on this topic. This is where the issue of whether or not there is life on Mars or on some other body in the solar system has some application. If life developed on both Mars and the Earth and it becomes much more problematic to say that life is incredibly difficult to get started on any given planet. If you believe life is inevitable, given habitable conditions, then make fl =1.

    Now, if life forms, does it become intelligent? A difficult question. Life has been around on Earth for billions of years and we (modern humans) came on the scene only in the last 100,000 or so years. And any life on Mars that may have once existed (if it did) died out completely. For purposes of an estimate, let's take the ratio of 100,000 years of humans to 1 billion years of life, giving us 1 in 10,000 planets with life that develop intelligence.

    Does intelligent life inevitably develop technology? Good arguments can be made either way. There doesn't seem to be anything particularly inevitable about humanity's rise to technological prowess. Although it happened rapidly once it got going, did it have to happen? Could an intelligent creature stay as a hunter/gatherer or simple tool-user for the entire length of its existence? Who knows? Let's adopt the attitude that intelligence necessarily leads to technology and say that ft = 1. So we have

    N = 100,000,000,000 ◊ 1 ◊ 0.1 ◊ 1 ◊ 0.0001 ◊ 1 = 1,000,000

    One million planets with technologies!

    OK, we stacked the deck by choosing all the optimistic numbers. Go back and put in some numbers of your own. You only have to insert one pessimistic number to drop the number of planets in the Milky Way down to around 1, which would be the Earth. For example, humanity has been technological for only 100 out of its 100,000 years of existence. If you find the thought of a low number of life-bearing planets depressing, that we might be alone in the Milky Way, bear in mind that there are more galaxies in the visible universe, than there are stars in our galaxy. So if there were only one life bearing planet in each galaxy there would still be trillions of life bearing planets. But we will never communicate with or visit other galaxies.

    And how likely are life-bearing planets that can lead to intelligent life? Do they require a large moon, such as the Earth has? Such double planets may well be rare, particularly if the Moon formed as the result of a huge impact early in the history of the solar system. Does intelligent life require dry land as well as oceans? What are the odds that the Earth would end up with both oceans and dry land (as opposed to all oceans or all dry land)? We don't really know, but once you start thinking about it, things become rather tricky quite rapidly.

    So who knows? But it does tend to make you want treat our planet and its unique inhabitants with some respect.

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    The Saturn System: A Feast for the Eyes

    It seems more likely that this is a near-Earth asteroid about 10-15 meters in size, one of approximately 2 million such objects in near-Earth space. One would expect a near-Earth asteroid of this size to pass within the moon's distance about once every week on average. The asteroid does not pose a risk, in fact, stony asteroids under 25 meters in diameter would be expected to burn up in our atmosphere, causing little or no ground damage.
    Asteroid To Fly By Earth Wednesday Is a Natural - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
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    Panoramic view of the entire near-infrared sky reveals the distribution of galaxies beyond the Milky Way. The image is constructed from the more than 1.5 million galaxies in the 2MASS Extended Source Catalog (XSC), and the nearly 500 million Milky Way stars in the 2MASS Point Source Catalog (PSC). The galaxies are color-coded by their distances inferred from their photometric redshift (def.) deduced from the K band (2.2 microns) or as given in the NASA Extragalactic Database (NED). Blue are the nearest sources (redshift < 0.01); green are at moderate distances (0.01 < redshift < 0.04) and red are the most distant sources that 2MASS resolves (0.04 < redshift < 0.1). The all-sky map is projected with an equal-area-Aitoff projection in the Galactic system -- Milky Way at center.
    WISE - Multimedia Gallery: Near-Infrared Universe
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    New life might be waiting just around the corner, as a brand-new "super-Earth" was recently discovered by a team of astronomers from UC Santa Cruz and the Carnegie Institution for Science.

    As PhysOrg.com reports, the planet is roughly 4.5 times larger than our own Earth and orbits host star GJ 667C, an M-class dwarf star in a triple-star system. Even more interesting is the fact that despite the abundance of suns, the planet is at a perfect distance from its host star, perhaps at just the right distance that people could live there. With that many suns in the planet's skyline each day, it's surprising that it can support life in the form of water -- but then again, even Tattooine manages moisture, and it's mostly a desert world.

    "It's the Holy Grail of exoplanet research to find a planet around a star orbiting at the right distance so it's not too close where it would lose all its water and boil away, and not too far where it would all freeze," Steven Vogt, an astronomer at the University of California, Santa Cruz, told SPACE.com. "It's right smack in the habitable zone — there's no question or discussion about it. It's not on the edge, it's right in there."

    Also, this super-Earth is relatively close to our own solar system, but definitely nowhere where we'll be able to reach any time soon. At 22 light years away (or 132 trillion miles of space, if our math is accurate),
    New Super-Earth Discovered Just 22 Light Years Away | PCWorld




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    Thinking of watching a documentary?
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    ah yes
    the old classic!



    and now some proof ye olde moon is not dead yet!



    http://arstechnica.com/science/news/...t-dead-yet.ars
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    NASA Launches Rocket Into Aurora: Feb. 18, 2012 Credit: Terry E. Zaperach,
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    just beautiful.
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    Earth from above: Astronauts photograph our planet | Fox News

    been an epic day for space fans
    but shall have to wait for next post for the big update.

    I do love the above though
    just seems too cool to be real!
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    Construction of Spaceport America, the world’s first purpose-built spaceport designed specifically for space-bound commercial and fee-paying passengers, commenced Friday in New Mexico.
    Spaceport America Begins Construction - Space News - redOrbit




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    The completed space station



    one for the kiwis

    crazy how it already looks cracked up
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    "What I can tell you is that since my childhood, I've wanted to do one thing: Be an asteroid miner," he said in an interview posted on YouTube. "So stay tuned on that one."
    Space startup vows to redefine 'natural resources'

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    Image of the Day: NASA Discovers New Life Form - Environment - GOOD





    Two Suns? Twin Stars Could Be Visible From Earth By 2012
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