пятница, 5 января 2018 г.

Moderately strong eruptions at Klyuchevskoy volcano, ash up to 6 km a.s.l.

Moderately strong eruptions continue at Kamchatka’s highest and most active volcano Klyuchevskoy for the third day in a row. The volcanic ash cloud is reaching up to 6 km (20 000 feet) a.s.l. and the Aviation Color Code remains Orange since December 5, 2017.


“A moderate eruptive activity of the volcano continues,” KVERT said 05:55 UTC, January 5, 2018. “A gas-steam plume containing some amount of ash drift for about 130 km (81 miles) to the WNW of the volcano.


This series of explosions started on January 3 with volcanic ash cloud reaching a height of 6 km (20 000) above sea level at 03:40 UTC. By 05:06 UTC, ash plume was observed drifting about 90 km (56 miles) E of the volcano.





Ash plume was reaching an altitude of 5 – 5.5 km (16 400 – 18 000 feet) a.s.l. on January 4, and drifting for about 92 km (57 miles) WNW of the volcano.


The nearest community is the village of Klyuchi, located 30 km (18.6 miles) away from the volcano. Ash falls are frequently observed there during eruptions.


Ongoing activity could affect low-flying aircraft.


Geological summary


Klyuchevskoy (also spelled Kliuchevskoi) is Kamchatka’s highest and most active volcano. Since its origin about 6000 years ago, the beautifully symmetrical, 4835-m-high (15 862 feet) basaltic stratovolcano has produced frequent moderate-volume explosive and effusive eruptions without major periods of inactivity. It rises above a saddle NE of sharp-peaked Kamen volcano and lies SE of the broad Ushkovsky massif.


More than 100 flank eruptions have occurred during the past roughly 3000 years, with most lateral craters and cones occurring along radial fissures between the unconfined NE-to-SE flanks of the conical volcano between 500 m and 3 600 m (1 640 – 11 811 feet) elevation.


The morphology of the 700-m-wide (2 296 feet) summit crater has been frequently modified by historical eruptions, which have been recorded since the late-17th century. Historical eruptions have originated primarily from the summit crater, but have also included numerous major explosive and effusive eruptions from flank craters. (GVP)


Featured image: Kyluchevskoy volcano on December 3, 2017. Credit: Yu. Demyanchuk. IVS FEB RAS, KVERT


10 pieces of pyritized ammonite!





10 pieces of pyritized ammonite!


Hexagonal Tile, Islamic ArtMedium: Stonepaste; underglaze…


Hexagonal Tile, Islamic Art


Medium: Stonepaste; underglaze painted


Rogers Fund, 1967

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/451902


TSUTOMU YAMAGUCHI Was a survivor of both the Hiroshima and…


TSUTOMU YAMAGUCHI
Was a survivor of both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic bombings during World War II. He is the only person to have been officially recognized by the Japanese government as being witness too and surviving both detonations.


Mr. Yamaguchi was in Hiroshima on business for his employer, Mitsubishi Industries when the city was bombed at 8:15 am on August 6th 1945. He survived and despite his wounds returned to his home city of Nagasaki.


On August 9th at 11:02 am while being ridiculed and berated in front of his fellow co workers by his supervisor after describing how Hiroshima had been utterly destroyed by a single massive explosion, the Nagasaki bomb detonated . Mr Yamaguchi died on January 4th 2010.


THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA: 1945Was to be the largest amphibious…


THE BATTLE OF OKINAWA: 1945
Was to be the largest amphibious assault in the Pacific during World War II. Fought between April 1st and June 22, 1945. This 82 day battle pitted two hundred thousand American troops against eighty three thousand Japanese soldiers.


http://www.greatmilitarybattles.com/html/the_battle_of_okinawa.html


met-greekroman-art: Terracotta Hadra hydria (water jar), Greek…


met-greekroman-art:



Terracotta Hadra hydria (water jar), Greek and Roman Art


Medium: Terracotta


Purchase, 1890

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/245565



Cuneiform tablet: letter of Sin-sharra-ishkun to Nabopolassar,…


Cuneiform tablet: letter of Sin-sharra-ishkun to Nabopolassar, Ancient Near Eastern Art


Medium: Clay


Purchase, 1886

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/328930


32rabbitteeth:My belated birthday loot from Salem ❤️ Got a…









32rabbitteeth:



My belated birthday loot from Salem ❤️

Got a fossilized whale tooth, opalized ammonite, megalodon tooth, copper, amber with bugs, a big amethyst tooth, a pyrite sun (60-300 million year old sand dollar fossil), and a whale vertebra fossil!



Terracotta lagynos (oil flask), Greek and Roman ArtMedium:…


Terracotta lagynos (oil flask), Greek and Roman Art


Medium: Terracotta


Rogers Fund, 1947

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/254574


Smallest Orbital Launch Satellite “TRICOM-1” webcam


Launch time 2017.1.11 08:48(JST) / 1.10 23:48(UTC)


Time sequence simulation


Other stream link


打上げ数時間後 SS-520 4号機 / TRICOM-1 打上げ後会見


SS-520-4 stands 9.54 meters tall, is 52 centimeters in diameter and weighs only 2,600 Kilograms at launch

The smallest CubeSat to have been launched was a 0.25-unit spacecraft, measuring 0.25 cm (one inch) along one axis, and ten centimeters along the other two, while the largest is a twelve-unit satellite measuring 20 by 20 by 30 cm (7.9 x 7.9 x 11.8 inches).

Japan plans to launch the smallest orbital space launch vehicle ever flown on Tuesday, lifting into orbit a tiny satellite of only 3 Kilograms. The launch of the SS-520-4 modified sounding rocket is planned at 23:48 UTC from the Uchinoura Space Center and will carry into orbit the TRICOM-1 CubeSat, dedicated to Earth-imaging and store-and-forward communications.


First introduced in 1980, the S-520 is used by JAXA, and its predecessor the Institute of Space and Aeronautical Science (ISAS), for research launches which typically reach an altitude between 200 and 400 kilometers (124-249 miles, 108-216 nautical miles). Thirty have been launched, with one failure which occurred in 1995.

The experimental SS-520-4 is based two-stage SS-520 sounding rocket and adds a solid-fueled third stage to be able to send a small payload into orbit. The SS-520 has flown twice to date – carrying out sub-orbital missions in 1998 and 2000 with scientific packages reaching a peak altitude of 700 and 1,000 Kilometers, respectively, before falling back towards Earth. The SS-520 uses the base design of the single-stage S-520 sounding rocket that has flown 29 times since 1980 on science missions and technology demonstrations.


In its three-stage configuration, the SS-520 is expected to be able to place a four-kilogram (8.8 lb) payload into low Earth orbit. The vehicle measures 9.54 meters (31.3 feet) in length with a diameter of 0.520 meters (1.71 feet), and has a mass at launch of 2,600 kilograms (5,700 lb).


If Wednesday’s launch is successful, SS-520-4 will become the smallest rocket ever to deliver a payload into orbit. The only smaller vehicle – both in mass and length – to attempt an orbital launch was the US Navy’s NOTS-EV-1 vehicle, also known as Pilot. Air-launched from an F4D-1 Skyray, Pilot made six orbital launches and four ground-launched suborbital test flights between July and August 1958; all ten launches failed.



Next Cygnus Mission to Station Set for March


Orbital ATK's Cygnus cargo craft


Orbital ATK’s Cygnus cargo craft was captured Oct. 23, 2016, using the Canadarm2 robotic arm on the International Space Station.



Orbital ATK has completed a significant mission milestone for NASA’s next International Space Station cargo mission.


The Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM) of the Cygnus spacecraft has arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for processing and assembly before launch. The OA-7 mission is targeted to launch on Thursday, March 16 from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.


Orbital ATK will launch Cygnus atop a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket  for delivery of essential crew supplies, equipment and scientific experiments to astronauts aboard the International Space Station. The 30 minute launch window opens at 12:29am EDT.


OA-7 will mark Orbital ATK’s seventh cargo delivery mission for NASA under its Commercial Resupply Services (CRS) -1 contract.


Plankton shell at the nanoscale A striking image of a plankton…


Plankton shell at the nanoscale


A striking image of a plankton shell by Oscar Branson, a PhD student at Cambridge Earth System Science, University of Cambridge, was shortlisted for the inaugural UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) student photography and short article writing competition.


The image was obtained using X-radiography at the Diamond light source, an intense X-ray synchrotron radiation source at Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell, UK. It shows the intricate detail of the shell structure of this tiny marine organism, called Ammonia tepida. Smaller than a grain of sand, this shell is made by a single-celled organism called a ‘foraminifera’.


Oscar’s research is revealing how the chemistry of such fossil shells provides clues about past climate on Earth, going back many millions of years.


The four judges were Jonathan Bates, Director of Communications for NERC; Harriet Jarlett, a science writer for NERC; Dr Helen Czerski an oceanographer and TV presenter on popular science programmes; and Professor Simon Redfern.


Kirsty Grainger, Head of Skills and Careers at NERC said: “We were delighted by the response to this inaugural competition. The diversity in the winning entries alone highlights the breadth of world-class research training NERC PhD funding supports. Congratulations to all the winners and thanks to all the judges and all those who submitted entries; the judges’ task was not an easy one!”


~SATR


CambridgeESS on fb: www.facebook.com/CambridgeESS


See more at: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/press/releases/2013/87-competition.asp_

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A new launch attempt for ZUMA [updated twice]











Probable launch trajectory of ZUMA
(click map to enlarge)


 UPDATE 1 4 Jan 2018 22:00 UT: The launch has again been postponed by one day, to January 7th (January 6 local time)


 UPDATE 2 5 Jan 2018 14:00 UT: The launch has yet again been postponed by one day, to January 8th (January 7 local time) and I have partly rewritten this post to reflect this.


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[text updated/rewritten twice to reflect launch postponements]


If it isn’t delayed even further, SpaceX will finally launch the secretive classified ZUMA satellite for the US Government on January 8th (January 7th local time in the USA) from Cape Canaveral pad 40 in Florida. The launch already has slipped three days from the initial January 5 aim.


The satellite was originally to be launched last November (see an earlier post) from Kennedy Space Center pad 39A but was postponed because of  issues with the payload fairing.


The launch hazard zones and the Falcon 9 upper stage de-orbit zone as gleaned from the Maritime Broadcast Warnings are virtually the same as in November, as was to be expected (there is a very small lateral shift in the launch hazard zone, which is probably related to the change in launch pad, but the direction of the area is the same). They are depicted on the map above.


From the launch azimuth (as gleaned from the launch hazard zones) and the location, extent and time window of the Falcon 9 upper stage de-orbit area, ZUMA will be launched into an approximately 50 degree inclined Low Earth Orbit. In the map above, a trajectory has been plotted for launch into a 50 degree inclined, approximately 400 km orbital altitude orbit. The orbital altitude is a bit uncertain and the eventual real orbit might be higher.


The launch window runs from 1:00 UT to 3:30 UT (January 8th). The de-orbit of the Falcon 9 Upper stage happens some 2 hours after launch over the southern Indian Ocean north of Kerguelen, halfway during the 2nd orbital revolution.


As remarked in my earlier post from November, the launch hazard area and the apparent orbit aimed for as decuced from these hazard zones seem to be very similar to that of USA 276, the classified SpaceX launch for the US government from May 2017 which went into a 50 degree inclined, 400 km altitude orbit (see my article in The Space Review of July 2017). Compare the launch hazard zones of these two launches, they are very similar:











Launch hazard area of ZUMA (red) compared to that of USA 276 (blue)
(click map to enlarge)

Back in November there was some speculation that ZUMA might target the ISS orbital plane, just like the odd classified satellite USA 276 appears to have done last year (see my article in The Space Review of July 2017).


[the now following paragraphs have been heavily editted to reflect the situation change brougth on by the repeated launch delays. I retained some of the original text in striken-out grey for reference]


Another option is that it targets the plane of USA 276. For the initial launch date and window in November 2017, the orbital plane of  USA 276  would have passed over the launch site during the launch window, allowing a launch into the same orbital plane. After several days delay of the launch, the launch was postponed to January after the USA 276 orbital plane moved out of the launch window.


The new launch window for January 8th is the same as it was in November: 1:00 UT to 3:30 UT.


This excludes a launch (exactly) into either the ISS or USA 276 orbital planes, as the latter only pass over the Florida launch site after the launch window has ended.


This means launch into the orbital plane of USA 276 has become viable, as the latter’s orbital plane passes over the launch site near 3:38 UT on January the 8th, only minutes after the end of the launch window. Note that for the original January 5 launch date, this was not possible.


This would seem to suggest that the coincidence in time of the launch window and orbital plane passages in November was indeed coincidence (but there is a “but”: see below…).

[Edit 4 jan 22:00 UT: or maybe not. There are new delays, launch has now shifted to January 7 UT (January 6 local time) and passage through the USA 276 orbital plane is now very close to the end of the launch window. And it will shift into the launch window if more delays occur.]

On January 6th, the orbital plane of USA 276 passes over the launch site around 4:27 UT, an hour after the end of the launch window. The orbital plane of the ISS passes over the launch site around 7:04 UT, some 3.5 hours after the end of the launch window.


The image below shows the spatial separation of the orbital planes for launch on January 8th (January 7 local time).  For ZUMA, two planes are given (in red), one for launch at 1:00 UT and one for launch at 3:30 UT, representing the start and end of the launch window. The orbital planes for a 3:30 UT launch (end of launch window) and USA 276 (blue) almost coincide:












Relative orbital plane positions for ZUMA (red), USA 276 (blue) and the ISS (white)
Image has been updated twice
(click image to enlarge)



The launch already has slipped three days, and a few days more delay would slip the passage of the USA 276 orbital plane increasingly forward into the launch window, as the moment of orbital plane passage shifts about 24 minutes earlier in time each day. And a further delay eventually would do the same for the ISS orbital plane passage after several more days.


The official reason given for the delays of the past few days is “extreme” weather (strong high altitude winds). This might well be true, but there is always a possibility that the delays are a ruse to obfuscate (if that is the case) that the orbital plane of USA 276 is the actual target (there are historic precedents for such a ruse). That however remains speculation (emphasis), and it could well be that the actual launch time, when it happens, will be off from the moment the orbital plane of USA 276 is passed. We will see.


There is therefore very little to say with certainty about the possible function of ZUMA. But ZUMA is likely a technology demonstrator, i.e. an experimental satellite to show that a particular technology is feasible, as we also pressume USA 276 to be. I could (again) speculate that perhaps ZUMA and USA 276 are part of the same experimental program. As these two spacecraft were built by two different companies (Northrop-Grumman and Ball Aerospace), perhaps they are technology demonstrators in competition for a follow-up contract. But this is pure speculation. Many options are open.


Exactly how (if at all) the two satellites are related to each other remains murky. Maybe future orbital behaviour will shed some light on what ZUMA is doing.


For a further discussion of the ZUMA mission, see my earlier post from November 2017. Some TLE estimates for the orbit are here. They are based on the 50 degree orbital inclination gleaned from the launch azimuth, and an assumed ~400 km orbital altitude.Source sattrackcam.blogspot.com


Christ before Annas, 1511, Albrecht DurerMedium: woodcut


Christ before Annas, 1511, Albrecht Durer


Medium: woodcut


A Philosopher, 1570, TintorettoMedium: oil, canvas


A Philosopher, 1570, Tintoretto


Medium: oil, canvas


Hunters in the Snow

Hunters in the Snow


2,000-Year-Old Killer Whale Geoglyph Found in Peru Desert

archaeologicalnews:




Archaeologists rediscovered a giant geoglyph of a killer whale, etched into a desert hillside in the remote Palpa region of southern Peru, after it had been lost to science for more than 50 years.


The 230-foot-long (70 meters) figure of an orca — considered a powerful, semimythical creature in ancient Peruvian lore — may be more than 2,000 years old, according to the researchers.


They said it may be one the oldest geoglyphs in the Palpa region, and older than those in the nearby Nazca region, which is famous for its vast collection of ancient ground markings — the Nazca Lines — that include animal figures, straight lines and geometrical shapes.


Archaeologist Johny Isla, the head of Peru’s Ministry of Culture in Ica province, which includes the Palpa and Nazca valleys, explained that he saw a single photograph of the orca pattern for the first time about four years ago. He’d seen it while researching studies of geoglyphs at the German Archaeological Institute in Bonn. Read more.



Marble statue of a bearded Hercules, Greek and Roman ArtMedium:…


Marble statue of a bearded Hercules, Greek and Roman Art


Medium: Marble, Island


Gift of Mrs. Frederick F. Thompson, 1903

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/247001


Rainbow Pileus

Rainbow Pileus Developing

Taken by Peter Lowenstein on January 6, 2017 at Mutare, Zimbabwe



Изменение скелета кто не держит осанку.


Изменение скелета тех, кто не держит осанку


Изменение скелета тех, кто не держит осанку анимация gif


historyfilia: Ostracon depicting a boy being tried by mouse…


historyfilia:




Ostracon depicting a boy being tried by mouse and cat


Egyptian, Dynasty 20 (ca.

1189 BC to 1077 BC)


Now at the Oriental Institute



A glacial highway Astronaut Mike Hopkins tweeted this image…


A glacial highway


Astronaut Mike Hopkins tweeted this image from the International Space Station of a glacier in Patagonia and added “wonder what causes the streaks?”


That’s a question for geologists to answer, so we’re on the case. Want to know the answer? You’ve come to the right place, because the full answer is found below.

met-photos: Bull Run by Andrew Joseph Russell, The Met’s…


met-photos:



Bull Run by Andrew Joseph Russell, The Met’s Photography Department


Medium: Albumen silver print from glass negative


Harris Brisbane Dick Fund, 1933

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/267890



petrifiedforestnp: Looking very close at fully agatized…


petrifiedforestnp:



Looking very close at fully agatized petrified wood, you can see how there are patches of clear, grey or white in between the bright colors. This is a spot where the quartz is uncolored, no compounds or oxides to supply hue. (hl)



Neck-amphora by Doubleens Class

Neck-amphora by Doubleens Class


Gros point needle lace border, European Sculpture and Decorative…


Gros point needle lace border, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts


Medium: Needle lace


The Mabel Metcalf Fahnestock Collection, the gift of Ruth Fahnestock Schermerhorn and Faith Fahnestock, 1933

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/222726


Bust of a lady in contemporary dress, European Sculpture and…


Bust of a lady in contemporary dress, European Sculpture and Decorative Arts


Medium: Limestone


Bequest of George Blumenthal, 1941

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/209102


Royal cartouche of Thutmose III at Karnak Temple, Luxor


Royal cartouche of Thutmose III at Karnak Temple, Luxor


Scene from the Book of Gates, the Barque of Amun-Ra being towed…


Scene from the Book of Gates, the Barque of Amun-Ra being towed through the underworld, from the tomb of Ramesses I (KV16). New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1292-1189 BC. Valley of the Kings, West Thebes.


Statue of a priest called Khaemked (plastered and painted…


Statue of a priest called Khaemked (plastered and painted limestone, 42 cms), from Saqqara. Old Kingdom, 5th Dynasty, 2494-2345 BC. Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.


This is one of many statues found in the tomb of the Treasurer Urini at Saqqara. It depicts Urini’s Funerary Priest, Khaemked kneeling in a position of worship, clasping his hands on his knees, wearing a short kilt, tied with a belt. A copper frame emphasizes his eyes, while his pupils are inlaid with obsidian. Overall, he projects an attitude of peace and calm.


met-medieval-art: Manuscript Leaf with Initial O, from an…


met-medieval-art:



Manuscript Leaf with Initial O, from an Antiphonary, Medieval Art


Medium: Tempera, ink, and metal leaf on parchment


Gift of Miss Alice M. Dike, in memory of her father, Henry A. Dike, 1928

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/466777



HiPOD (5 January 2018): Slopes in Niesten Crater  257 km above…



HiPOD (5 January 2018): Slopes in Niesten Crater


  257 km above the surface. 


Images and posts from HiRISE, the high resolution camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO, NASA).


Тренируемся потихоньку 9 января 2017 НЛО ядерный взрыв в...

Тренируемся потихоньку



Место наблюдения Россия, Урал.

Мы наблюдали за закатом 9 января 2016, через несколько минут после заката, моё внимание обратили на странную белую точку.


 Рассим размышляет анализирует








Светящаяся точка появилась из неоткуда, светящееся явление оставалось на

одном месте, затем начало двигаться к югу.

Оно было расположено в 35 градусах к юго-западу над горизонтом,

это не было Венерой, планета Венера была на 10 градусов южнее и выше на небе, и имела обычный вид как у звезды.



земля Венера планета 





От странного объекта исходили лучи. Диаметр наблюдаемого объекта был в три раза больше Венеры.


Мы успели рассмотреть объект в монокуляр, странный объект наблюдался около нескольких минут, затем объект исчез.



Реконструкция события



Не было времени включить камеры для записи…

Я понял, что объект мог излучать невидимое тепловое или радио излучение и знал, что могу обнаружить объект, получив данные из радио-обсерватории.


Самый крупный LWA телескоп в мире, который сейчас в реальном времени передает данные в изображение, находится в Нью-Мексико.











НЛО радиотелескоп Место наблюдения Россия, Урал.  Мы наблюдали за закатом 9 января 2016, через несколько минут после заката, моё внимание обратили на странную белую точку.  Эта светящаяся точка появилась из неоткуда, светящееся явление оставалось на одном месте, затем начало двигаться к югу. Оно было расположено в 35 градусах к юго-западу над горизонтом, это не было Венерой, планета Венера была на 10 градусов южнее и выше на небе, и имела обычный вид как у звезды.  От странного объекта исходили лучи. Диаметр наблюдаемого объекта был в три раза больше Венеры.  Мы успели рассмотреть объект в монокуляр, странный объект наблюдался около нескольких минут, затем объект исчез.  Не было времени включить камеры для записи... Я понял, что объект мог излучать невидимое тепловое или радио излучение и знал, что могу обнаружить объект, получив данные из радио-обсерватории.  Самый крупный LWA телескоп в мире, который сейчас в реальном времени передает данные в изображение, находится в Нью-Мексико. НЛО радиотелескоп Странный неопознанный источник излучения.  Видео отрывок отрезка времени, когда наблюдалось аномальное свечение,  стрелкой обозначен источник аномалии.    Получив видео с обсерватории по времени совпадающим с временем наблюдения,  я обнаружил странный радиационный всплеск .  Я проверил контрольную точку на небе предыдущего дня 7-8 января 2017, ничего подобного на снимке не оказалось.  Видео предыдущего дня по ссылке  Так я убедился, что источником странного излучения не был пульсар или звезда,  это было нечто неизвестное.  Радиотелескоп фиксирует ядерные, ультрафиолетовые, инфракрасные излучения в пределах 10-88 MHz.  Полагаю, что в космосе произошел взрыв большой мощности,  точно в пределах Солнечной системы, так как это было видно глазами.  Возможно некий НЛО корабль потерпел крушение или был взорван,  некоей таинственной Силой.
Странный неопознанный источник излучения.



Видео отрывок отрезка времени, когда наблюдалось аномальное свечение,


 стрелкой обозначен источник аномалии.









Получив видео с обсерватории по времени совпадающим с временем наблюдения, 


я обнаружил странный радиационный всплеск .




Я проверил контрольную точку на небе предыдущего дня 7-8 января 2017, ничего подобного на снимке не оказалось.




Видео предыдущего дня по ссылке




Так я убедился, что источником странного излучения не был пульсар или звезда, 


это было нечто неизвестное.




Радиотелескоп фиксирует ядерные, ультрафиолетовые, инфракрасные излучения в пределах 10-88 MHz.




Полагаю, что в космосе произошел взрыв большой мощности, 


точно в пределах Солнечной системы, так как это было видно глазами.




Возможно некий НЛО корабль потерпел крушение или был взорван, 


некоей таинственной Силой.



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harpsicalbiobug: Hell Creek geology. Triceratops excavation and…





harpsicalbiobug:



Hell Creek geology. Triceratops excavation and turtle heavy ecosystem excavation. Marmarth, ND or Baker, MT or hell, to be honest these are probably taken past three fences and two ranch properties.



met-photos: 291 – Picasso-Braque Exhibition by Alfred…


met-photos:



291 – Picasso-Braque Exhibition by Alfred Stieglitz, The Met’s Photography Department


Medium: Platinum print


Alfred Stieglitz Collection, 1949

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY


http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/269443



st-just:Snowberg by Chenxi Kang


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Snowberg by Chenxi Kang



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Industrial aera, airship construction facility by paooo


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Moorish battle two, Hieronymus Bosch


Moorish battle two, Hieronymus Bosch


Rearing horse, 1503, Leonardo Da VinciSize: 14.2×15.3 cmMedium:…


Rearing horse, 1503, Leonardo Da Vinci


Size: 14.2×15.3 cm
Medium: chalk, paper


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