miércoles, 28 de enero de 2015

ME10980427012015 Alfredo Cortes Dorantes #ViajeSencillo Andrea Montserrat Ortiz #ViajeSencillo FELICIDADES!!! Favor de enviar un correo a busito@flecha-amarilla.com con los siguientes datos: - Nombre Completo: - Origen: - Destino: - Numero de socio Siempre Plus (si lo eres) - Número de Mecánica De igual manera deberás adjuntar una impresión de Pantalla donde escaparas como usuario y donde se vea le mecánica en la cual ganaste. Límite para recibir su Correo 5 días a partir de la publicación de este Post. La respuesta la recibirán en un promedio de 5 a 15 días para que puedan recoger sus premio...



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NASA's Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) Ready for Jan. 29 Launch



The sun sets behind Space Launch Complex 2 (SLC-2) with the Delta II rocket and the Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP) observatory protected by the service structure on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015, at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. SMAP is NASA’s first Earth-observing satellite designed to collect global observations of surface soil moisture and its freeze/thaw state. SMAP will provide high resolution global measurements of soil moisture from space. The data will be used to enhance scientists' understanding of the processes that link Earth's water, energy, and carbon cycles. Image Credit: NASA/Bill Ingalls via NASA http://1.usa.gov/1D9WYuG

martes, 27 de enero de 2015

ME10952526012015 Susy Elizabeth Anguiano #ViajeSencillo Jose Luis Zavala Aguilera #ViajeSencillo Daniel Fuentes #ViajeSencillo FELICIDADES!!! Favor de enviar un correo a busito@flecha-amarilla.com con los siguientes datos: - Nombre Completo: - Origen: - Destino: - Numero de socio Siempre Plus (si lo eres) - Número de Mecánica De igual manera deberás adjuntar una impresión de Pantalla donde escaparas como usuario y donde se vea le mecánica en la cual ganaste. Límite para recibir su Correo 5 días a partir de la publicación de este Post. La respuesta la recibirán en un promedio de 5 a 15 días para que puedan recoger sus premio...



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Sounding Rockets Launch Into an Aurora



The interaction of solar winds and Earth’s atmosphere produces northern lights, or auroras, that dance across the night sky and mesmerize the casual observer. However, to scientists this interaction is more than a light display. It produces many questions about the role it plays in Earth’s meteorological processes and the impact on the planet’s atmosphere. To help answer some of these questions, NASA suborbital sounding rockets carrying university-developed experiments -- the Mesosphere-Lower Thermosphere Turbulence Experiment (M-TeX) and Mesospheric Inversion-layer Stratified Turbulence (MIST) -- were launched into auroras from the Poker Flat Research Range in Alaska. The experiments explore the Earth’s atmosphere’s response to auroral, radiation belt and solar energetic particles and associated effects on nitric oxide and ozone. This composite shot of all four sounding rockets for the M-TeX and MIST experiments is made up of 30 second exposures. The rocket salvo began at 4:13 a.m. EST, Jan. 26, 2015. A fifth rocket carrying the Auroral Spatial Structures Probe remains ready on the launch pad. The launch window for this experiment runs through Jan. 27. Image Credit: NASA/Jamie Adkins > More: M-TeX and MIST Experiments Launched from Alaska via NASA http://1.usa.gov/1yYIxL0

lunes, 26 de enero de 2015

Rocky Mountain National Park Viewed From the International Space Station



Marking the 100th anniversary of the Rocky Mountain National Park on Jan. 26, 2015, Expedition 42 Flight Engineer Terry Virts posted this photograph, taken from the International Space Station, to Twitter. Virts wrote, "Majestic peaks and trails! Happy 100th anniversary @RockyNPS So much beauty to behold in our @NatlParkService." Image Credit: NASA/Terry Virts via NASA http://1.usa.gov/1BfsS6P