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Fotografie z vesmíru a kosmonautiky +videa
DRAGON

Astro Photography



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máte zajímavou fotografii či video z vesmíru? sem s nimi! Můžou být i vesmírná posunovadla a přibližovadla. Zkrátka všemožné i nemožné pro nás vesmírné nadšence :)

Nějaký obecný pravidla:
1) pište k fotkám popisky, co na nich je. Případně i link na další obrázky/povídání/etc. (u vesmirných objektů stačí katalogové číslo).
2) pokud nevíte, co je na obrázku, nedá se nic dělat. Pokud víte, co je na obrázku v něčím nepopsaném obrázku, neváhejte okomentovat.
3) pokud možno omezte chat na diskuzi kolem fotografií.
4) kupte si pořádnou konektivitu, tady se to bude hemžit velkoformátem (čím víc, tím líp! ;-)
5) užijte si to
Máte k tomu co říct? Vložte se do diskuze.
PREDSEDA --- 20:12:23 30.9.2011
no pane jo, to musí být přetížení.
THERIDANE --- 14:59:37 30.9.2011
NECROMAN: je to kolem pěti minut :) ale tyhle stroje většinou lítají do jiných orbit než LEO (tady je to eliptická s periodou kolem 4 h, apo 12500 km), takže se to se Shuttlem takhle špatně srovnává
NECROMAN --- 14:53:46 30.9.2011
THERIDANE: docela fofr, to je za minutu na obezne draze, ne? :)
THERIDANE --- 14:44:01 30.9.2011
Sunrise launch for TacSat-4 - YouTube
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UiZaAqPL1As


(nákladní koráby mají mnohem slušnější zrychlení :)
LAKSYMO --- 8:49:30 30.9.2011
PREDSEDA: něco mi řiká že na marsu a měsíci se bude dřív mluvit čísky než anglicky :)
PREDSEDA --- 8:33:28 30.9.2011
Noční start Dlouhého pochodu naloženého Nebeským palácem:

Video - Aktuálně.cz
http://aktualne.centrum.cz/video/?id=410877
??? --- 13:52:38 23.9.2011
I captured this image from a remote camera at Cape Canaveral's SLC PAD 17B. The camera was set with a sound-activated trigger to begin shooting at engine ignition. The Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory, or GRAIL, mission is a part of NASA's Discovery Program. GRAIL will fly twin spacecraft in tandem orbits around the moon for several months to measure its gravity field in unprecedented detail. Launched atop a Delta II rocket; the last one to launch from Florida.
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GIBON_FIODOR --- 10:54:32 21.9.2011
Video: NASA's Journey Above Vesta - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/video/index.cfm?id=1020

A new video from NASA's Dawn spacecraft takes us on a flyover journey above the surface of the giant asteroid Vesta. The data obtained by Dawn's framing camera, used to produce the visualizations, will help scientists determine the processes that formed Vesta's striking features. It will also help Dawn mission fans all over the world visualize this mysterious world, which is the second most massive object in the main asteroid belt.

You'll notice in the video that Vesta is not entirely lit up. There is no light in the high northern latitudes because, like Earth, Vesta has seasons. Currently it is northern winter on Vesta, and the northern polar region is in perpetual darkness. When we view Vesta's rotation from above the south pole, half is in darkness simply because half of Vesta is in daylight and half is in the darkness of night .

Another distinct feature seen in the video is a massive circular structure in the south pole region. Scientists were particularly eager to see this area close-up, since NASA's Hubble Space Telescope first detected it years ago. The circular structure, or depression, is several hundreds of miles, or kilometers, wide, with cliffs that are also several miles high. One impressive mountain in the center of the depression rises approximately 9 miles (15 kilometers) above the base of this depression, making it one of the highest elevations on all known bodies with solid surfaces in the solar system.

The collection of images, obtained when Dawn was about 1,700 miles (2,700 kilometers) above Vesta's surface, was used to determine its rotational axis and a system of latitude and longitude coordinates. One of the first tasks tackled by the Dawn science team was to determine the precise orientation of Vesta's rotation axis relative to the celestial sphere.

The zero-longitude, or prime meridian, of Vesta was defined by the science team using a tiny crater about 1,640 feet (500 meters) in diameter, which they named "Claudia," after a Roman woman during the second century B.C. Dawn's craters will be named after the vestal virgins-the priestesses of the goddess Vesta, and famous Roman women, while other features will be named for festivals and towns of that era.

credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA (imagery); DLR (animation)