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Surprise: Earth Is Hit By a Lot More Asteroids Than You Thought - Technology Org

Surprise: Earth Is Hit By a Lot More Asteroids Than You Thought - Technology Org

An image of Earth, taken by NASA's LCROSS satellite, shows the planet in its crescent phase. The smaller light to the left is the moon.<br />

As Earth travels around the sun, it moves through phases much like the moon when seen from afar. The planet's oceans reflect a great deal of light, especially during the crescent phase. The same principle should apply to exoplanets, researchers say.

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The increased distance of the Habitable Zone from pre-main sequence stars makes it easier to spot infant Earths.

The “Potsdam Gravity Potato” Shows Variations in Earth’s Gravity

Wanted: Insights to Guide Creation of Robotic Satellite-Servicing Capabilities in Geostationary Earth Orbit

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 2014 - An increasing number of expensive, mission-critical satellites are launched every year into geostationary Earth orbit (GEO), approximately miles kilometers) above the Earth.

Scientists Study the Interaction of the Solar Wind and Earth’s Atmosphere From Norway

Scientists Study the Interaction of the Solar Wind and Earth’s Atmosphere From Norway

A glory is made of sunlight scattered back toward you. It’s much smaller than a rainbow, and it’s made by light scattered from the droplets of a cloud, instead of falling raindrops. Image via Wikipedia

A glory is made of sunlight scattered back toward you. It’s much smaller than a rainbow, and it’s made by light scattered from the droplets of a cloud, instead of falling raindrops. Image via Wikipedia This looks like a picture I've taken a few yrs.

Image: Space eye-wash - Technology Org

Engineers designed this device to help astronaut's wash irritating dust and particles from their eyes while onboard the International Space Station

ISRO's Mars Orbiter has beamed back the first set of pictures of the Earth, capturing the Indian subcontinent and parts of Africa. The first image was taken on November 19 at around 1:50 PM from a height of almost 70,000 km above earth and has a spatial resolution of 3.5 km.  The severe cyclonic storm 'Helen' hurtling towards Andhra Pradesh coast is clearly visible in the first image.

First ever image of Earth Taken by Mars Color Camera aboard India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) spacecraft while orbiting Earth and before the Trans Mars Insertion firing on Dec. Image is focused on the Indian subcontinent.

First High-Resolution H-Beta Solar Image from the National Solar Observatory open to the public daily. Visit the Dunn Solar Telescope.

Most Powerful Solar Telescope on Earth Rises Atop Hawaiian Volcano

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