For a brief moment as the mobile service tower at SLC-3E rolled back, its lights illuminated InSight’s protective fairing and the #AtlasV rocket on which it was perched. • #NASAinsight#mars#apod#imaginarymagnitude @ulalaunch @nasa @nasainsight
Instalación de sistemas satelitales para aplicaciones de monitoreo para CTBTO.
Los sistemas satelitales tienen múltiples usos en aplicaciones para telenseñanza, datos, voz, telemetria, monitorizacion, transacciones bancarias, periodismo y tv. Entre sus ventajas principales son acceso fácil, bajo coste, adaptabilidad a las necesidades específicas de cada usuario, transmisión de voz y datos, no tiene limitacion geográfica y permite conexión entre lugares remotos.
Installation of satellite systems for monitoring applications for CTBTO.
Satellite systems have multiple uses in applications for tele-teaching, data, voice, telemetry, monitoring, banking, journalism and TV. Among its main advantages are easy access, low cost, adaptability to the specific needs of each user, voice and data transmission, has no geographical limitation and allows connection between remote locations.
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Launched in 2002, Aqua is known for measuring a variety of water variables (as its name would suggest). But what you might not know, is that Aqua’s instruments can also monitor aerosols and dissolved organic matter. #aqua#satellite
This spring, the #NASADEVELOP California Health and Air Quality team at ARC used Aqua to identify change in particulate matter concentrations after statewide policy change. For more information on this project and the satellites they used visit: https://develop.larc.nasa.gov/2018/spring/CaliforniaHealthAQ.html
First in our series on cool space startups & founders: Rocket Lab.
🚀 Founded by New Zealand engineer Peter Beck in 2006, Rocket Lab is a rocket manufacturer.
🎯 Goal: to massively open up access to space & satellites to many more people and businesses.
🐣 How it started: Peter Beck was hugely into rocketry growing up and even experimented with a few of his own ideas early on. Having gained specialist knowledge in the industry, he saw a gap in the market to cater for small satellites and founded the company to explore this further. In 2009, they launched a test rocket called Ātea-1 (Māori for space) reaching space and started work on a lightweight and cost-effective design called Electron using a mostly 3D printed engine.
🏆 Achievements so far:
1️⃣ the first private company in the Southern Hemisphere to reach space.
2️⃣ Uses a 3D printed engine design
3️⃣ Their 2nd Electron test in January 2018 launched 4 payloads into orbit 👏
🤔 So what? Well, Rocket Lab is a launch provider just like SpaceX and Blue Origin but focused on launching nanosatellites and cubesats (anything from the size of your phone to a microwave). The crazy thing is by launching these much smaller payloads, they reduced the launch cost per flight down to about $5 million. This makes it affordable for new businesses who could come up with unique applications, like weather satellites or imaging services for Earth/nearby asteroids etc.
👨🚀 Space colonisation: They're not focused on human exploration right now. Peter has ruled it out in the short term but I personally feel they will look at it later. Despite this, by opening up space to many more humans it will lead to more activity + grow the space market, which opens up further opportunities for us beyond Earth. For example, it would be crazy for Rocket Lab not to look into launching cubesats in Moon orbit if there's activity on the ground.
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So it's quite an exciting company and one of the lesser known rocket companies 🙌
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Shoutout to the old neighbors in @brokenbabybaby for their cd release show.
So much energy on that stage!
🇬🇧SN 1993J, a Supernova. The explosion happened in M81, a galaxy located in the constellation Ursa Major, about 11 million light-years away.
First detected in 1993, the explosion was the nearest known example of a Type IIb supernova.
SN 1993J, and all Type IIb supernovae, are unusual because they do not have a large amount of hydrogen present in the explosion.
There are cool questions about this explosion, it you want me to explain this in a video leave a comment.
🇮🇹SN 1993J, una supernova. L'esplosione è avvenuta all'interno dell'oggetto di Messier M81, una galassia che si trova nella costellazione dell'ora maggiore, a circa 11 milioni di anni luce di distanza.
E stata rilevata la prima volta nel 1993, l'esplosione era il più vicino esempio ad una supernova di tipo IIB. Come per tutte le supernove di tipo IIB, anche SN 1993J c'era una piccola quantità di idrogeno nell'esplosione.
Questo ha sollevato molte domande in merito alla sua esplosione, se volete che le spieghi in un video commentare qui sotto.
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