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VIRGO --- 20:39:51 30.12.2014
Crazy Engineering: Ion Propulsion and the Dawn Mission

Dawn Spacecraft Begins Approach to Dwarf Planet Ceres | NASA
VIRGO --- 20:13:34 30.12.2014
Solar System Set For Eventual Collision With Stellar Orange Dwarf - Forbes
A local orange dwarf star has a 90 percent probability of passing within the orbit of our outer solar system’s Oort Cloud
between 240,000 and 470,000 years from now, says the author of a new study detailing the computer-modeled orbits of more
than 50,000 nearby stars.
In a paper just accepted for publication in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics, Coryn Bailer-Jones, an astrophysicist
at Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg, and the paper’s sole author, found that of 14 stars coming
within 3 light years of Earth, the closest encounter is likely to be HIP 85605, which now lies some 16 light years away
in the constellation of Hercules.
VIRGO --- 19:13:52 30.12.2014
Meteorický roj nad Japonskem o Štědrém dnu:
Meteors Over Japan Light Up The Night Sky
VIRGO --- 18:34:19 30.12.2014
Amazing View of Engineers Preparing NASA's Gigantic Space Simulation Chamber for Massive JWST Test: V2 | This photo was captured
from outside the enormous mouth of NASA's giant thermal vacuum chamber called Chamber A at Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Previously used for manned spaceflight missions, this historic chamber is now filled with engineers and technicians preparing
for one of NASA's biggest missions, the James Webb Space Telescope. Image Credit: NASA/Chris Gunn
Inside, engineers and technicians inside NASA JSC's Chamber A prepare a lift system that will be used to hold JWST during testing.