06.12.17

Space craft cemetery

Space craft cemetery    

Space Cemetery





Where spaceships go to die: Nasa's watery graveyard in the South Pacific 1,600 miles from land is now the resting place for 260 sunken craft 








ISS Height
http://www.heavens-above.com/IssHeight.aspx


There are more than 20,000 pieces of space junk ranging from the size of an apple to the size of a bus (such as old engine parts, old rockets, and abandoned satellites) currently trapped in Earth’s orbit

space junk




Russia Designs Spacecraft that will “Blow Away” Space Junk from the Earth’s Orbit

Switzerland in Space and Aerospace

CleanSpace One





https://thetechjournal.com/science/cleanspace-one-janitor-satellite-designed-to-clean-space-junk.xhtml

http://forum.kosmonautix.cz/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=491



https://www.universetoday.com

China Lies Says it Still has Control Over Tiangong-1 and Can Decide Where It’ll Crash

SPACE AGENCY PROVIDES UPDATE ON WHERE, WHEN SPACE STATION WILL FALL TO EARTH SPACE AGENCY PROVIDES UPDATE ON WHERE, WHEN SPACE STATION WILL FALL TO EARTH - Thanks to the European Space Agency, we have a slightly better idea of where and when China's 8.5-ton falling space station will re-enter the atmosphere and crash into Earth





Fast radio bursts, or FRBs, or “Furbys”
What Are Fast Radio Bursts? A Big Mystery in Astronomy




Why does the universe exist? | Jim Holt




BBC - Earth - Why is there something rather than nothing?



Intergalactic Map
Intergalactic Weather Map


INTERGALACTIC MAP

Galaxies and Active Galactic Nuclei > Star Formation in Galaxies > KINGFISH > Data Products

Kingfish PACS and SPIRE image atlas




http://sci.esa.int


The Local Group is the galaxy group that includes the Milky Way
Its gravitational center is located somewhere between the Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy.
The Local Group has a diameter of 10 Mly (3.1 Mpc) (about 1023 meters)

"Mly" for a megalight-year (1,000,000 light years)
1 light-year   = 9460730472580800 metres
9.461 trillion kilometres

Light-minute - 17 987 547 480 m  =  17.987.547,480 km
Light-second  one second, and is equal to exactly 299792458 metres
One light-microsecond is about 300 metres
One light-nanosecond is almost 300 millimetres (299.8 mm)
Average distance from the Earth to the Sun is 8.317 light-minutes





43 Minute Real Time Journey from the Sun to Jupiter at the Speed of Light









Creating Videos and Authentic Learning Experience with Smart Gadgets for Flipping Chemistry







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