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Solar System Scope 3D ~ NASA

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Solar System Scope (Website)
Interactive 3D model of Solar System Planets and Night Sky
Click Window To Begin ~ (Perss The [Spacebar] For Fullscreen)
1 Astronomical Unit = 149 598 000 kilometers   (Astronomical Conversion)
Solar System Scope and NGA Kids Zone
Solar System Scope - New Version - Full Screen
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Solar System Scope - New Version - Full Screen


SSS is Flash based 3D model of Planets of Solar System and the Night Sky.

The Model consists of 3 main Views (Heliocentric, Geocentric and Panaromatic), including:
• Precise Positions of all Celestial Objects according to NASA Calculations
• Schematic Distances and Sizes for better understanding of Planet Surfaces and Motions
• a unique feature to Drag Planets through their Orbits
• a lot of interesting Settings which allow you to Observe particular Motions and Events
• Distance Calculator to measure distances between Planets even while in motion
• Earth Observatory set-up with which you can watch Celestial Happenings on your Night Sky

SSS mean Astronomy for Everybody

Kids play with Planets while Discovering Universe. Our youngest regular visitors are only 7-8 years old. Many Teachers use our model as a practical Source of Education and with SSS they are able to show and simply explain happenings in our Solar System. But anyone can benefit from SSS: it brings Knowledge, Fun and Visual Experience.

Comet ISON
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Space Traffic Chief

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Space Station Live: Manufacturing in Space
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Marshall Space Flight Center Marshall 3-D Printing

Published on Jun 18, 2014                           

Later this year a 3D printer will be heading to the space station. This was a partnership between a commercial company called Made in Space and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Bill Hubscher spoke with Mike Snyder of Made in Space and Niki Werkheiser from Marshall to find out more about working with small businesses on projects like this and the opportunities in the future. The 3-D printer represents the first step toward realizing a suite of capabilities for in-space manufacturing.

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Published on July 5, 2016                     

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Nibiru Hijacked 2 - The True Timeline Nibiru Hijacked Part 1 PDF

Published on Oct 30, 2015

Doomsdayers, Fearmongers, & Pop-Cultralists... For decades these groups have maligned and
perverted the existence of an additional planet in our Solar System known to the ancient Sumerians as Nibiru. These groups have ignorantly and purposely (in the case of the first two) hijacked Nibiru for their own purposes; purposes that have inflicted immeasurable harm to the credible pursuit of the Ancient Astronaut Theory.

Watch Live: The Launch of Orion

Streamed live on Dec 5, 2014

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Rosetta: Prepare to land

Published on Nov 10, 2014

On 12 November, the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission will try to land a probe on a comet, more than 500 million kilometres from Earth. Nature Video explains how the landing will unfold, and why the mission is so ambitious.

Nature will be live-blogging the landing on 12 November. Follow it here:

Rosetta Space Mission Landing on a Comet - ESA Video
Published on Nov 12, 2014

LIVE: Rosetta / Philae landing on Comet Churyumov
Streamed live on Nov 12, 2014

What's next for Philae: the sensors that will reveal what life on a comet is like
It was a worrying end to an extraordinary day.
At the European Space Agency’s mission control, a faint radio signal came back from the Philae lander at 4pm – proof that it had finally reached the surface of the comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko after a decade-long chase through space.
Dr Stephan Ulamec, who ran the audacious landing programme, said early tests suggested the craft had bounced softly before turning and settling again.
He said: ‘It touched down and was re-bouncing. So maybe today, we didn’t just land, we landed twice.’
Last night the team were still not sure how securely Philae was fastened after landing thrusters and anchoring harpoons failed to fire.
It was not clear if its three ice screws had deployed either.
Dr Ulamec said: ‘Did we just land in a soft-sand box and everything is fine? Or is there something else happening? We still do not fully understand what has happened.’

Voyage to Pandora: First Interstellar Space Flight (21:08)
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Pandora is the idyllic blue world featured in the movie Avatar. Its location is a real place: Alpha Centauri, the nearest star to our Sun and the most likely destination for our first journey beyond the solar system.

The Black Hole In Centaurus A

This image shows particle jets erupting from a supermassive black hole in the nearby galaxy of Centaurus A. The image was created by merging X-ray data (blue) from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory with microwave (orange) and visible images which reveals the jets and radio-emitting lobes emanating from Centaurus A’s central black hole.

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