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Cosmos In Brief - Aktualní novinky vesmírného výzkumu v kostce
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HADIAK --- 23:55:33 31.1.2016
kto z vas? :)

Obtěžujete mě, řekl strážníkům muž, který uprostřed Brněnské přehrady pozoroval hvězdy – Novinky.cz
DARKMOOR --- 20:14:05 31.1.2016
NEBULA: To je slušný výsledek, tam by mohla být šance, že by se zvládly přizpůsobit a prosperovat. Chtělo by to rozjet skleník ala Mars s originální půdou.
NEBULA --- 19:33:53 31.1.2016
Velký, větší, největší: Mezinárodní vesmírná stanice — Česká televize
NEBULA --- 8:27:40 30.1.2016
VIRGO: za chvíli prý bude na oběžné dráze..
VIRGO --- 2:17:26 30.1.2016
Vince Babkirk in Thailand also caught the video below on the morning of January 29.
It’s the International Space Station passing between the moon and Jupiter.
ISS Transit Between Moon and Jupiter

See it! All 5 bright planets at once | Today's Image | EarthSky
VIRGO --- 1:59:28 30.1.2016
Phase of the moon affects amount of rainfall
New University of Washington research to be published in Geophysical Research Letters shows that the lunar forces affect the amount of rain - though very slightly.
"As far as I know, this is the first study to convincingly connect the tidal force of the moon with rainfall," said corresponding author Tsubasa Kohyama, a UW doctoral
student in atmospheric sciences. Kohyama was studying atmospheric waves when he noticed a slight oscillation in the air pressure. He and co-author John (Michael) Wallace,
a UW professor of atmospheric sciences, spent two years tracking down the phenomenon.
Air pressure changes linked to the phases of the moon were first detected in 1847,and temperature in 1932, in ground-based observations. An earlier paper by the UW
researchers used a global grid of data to confirm that air pressure on the surface definitely varies with the phases of the moon.
"When the moon is overhead or underfoot, the air pressure is higher," Kohyama said.

Satellite data over the tropics, between 10 degrees S and 10 degrees N, shows a slight dip in rainfall
when the moon is directly overhead or underfoot. The top panel shows the air pressure, the middle shows
the rate of change in air pressure, and the bottom shows the rainfall difference from the average.
The change is 0.78 micrometers, or less than one ten thousandth of an inch, per hou

VIRGO --- 0:50:39 30.1.2016
Could time itself be two steps forward one step back? | IMPACT @ Griffith Sciences
New research from Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics is broadening perspectives on time and space.
In a paper published in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the Royal Society A, Associate Professor Joan Vaccaro
challenges the long-held presumption that time evolution — the incessant unfolding of the universe over time – is an
elemental part of nature.
In Quantum asymmetry between time and space, she suggests there may be a deeper origin due to a difference between
the two directions of time: to the future and to the past.
VIRGO --- 0:46:23 30.1.2016
Další dobrá zpráva! Nástupce JWST bude zřejmě do měsíce oficiálně schválen (takřka s ročním předstihem) !!

NASA's WFIRST mission set for go-ahead - physicsworld.com
NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) is expected to become a formal project next month, about a year earlier than initially planned.
The decision was made after the US Congress provided $90m for WFIRST for the 2016 fiscal year – significantly more than the $14m NASA had requested.
With an estimated cost of $1.6bn, WFIRST is expected to launch in the next decade, and was listed as the top priority for NASA in its 2010 decadal
survey carried out by the National Research Council. The probe is seen as a successor to the planned James Webb Space Telescope, which is set to
launch in 2018.