Otd In Space – Sept. 29: Salyut 6 Space Station Launch

On this day in space in 1977 the Salyut 6 space station launched into orbit this was the eighth space station the Soviet Union launched under its Salyut program and the first second-generation Salyut space station unlike its predecessors Salyut 6 was able to accommodate long-duration crewed missions over the course of its 5 years in operation 16 cosmonaut crews visited.

The station the longest anyone stays there was 185 days the space station deorbited in 1982 and burned up in Earth’s atmosphere and that’s what happened.

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix Ptbr 30 – No Deep Space Com A Aqua

Preparando o jogo pra falar pra hoje a kingdom hearts da nossa parte está para lançar tablet na nave e venham dizer que essa é uma regravação da parte 30 porque não estava jogando na partida como percebi que não estava gravando mais porque eu agradeci tava cheio e dote de algumas coisas e tá tudo de novo a partida mas.

é bem fácil essa questão primeiramente pra gente ficar me igualado neste livro estão mais altas habilidades.

Aqui se a bem mais pra frente que a gente vai usar o usará que o ataque um pouco mais forte que desejar seguir nessa missão e também.

A gente vai equipar alguma coisa mais como por exemplo o faia que a gente ganhou na conta a equipada com o sinal eu também devo dizer que quando eu estava na outra gameplay dessa parceria do aprender a fazer algumas coisas incríveis como por exemplo se transformar e usava de xaxim e eu aprendi com meu amigo mas só agora eu consegui lembrar dos esquemas posteriormente como pais da vacina só a tap beleza mas quais são os que mais podem se isso aí.

Primeiramente a gente vai ter que entrar numa batalha que eu já sei que vai ser uma batalha logo na frente e já começará com o pai a gente vai conseguir a gente vai ter não convém a gente vai se transformar essa primeira fácil a segunda parte é usar todos os seus golpes in a fundar o tela de procura pois vocês vote já abertas chave não é uma espada muito mais forte é assim que vocês conseguem ativar esse equipamento machico.

é uma parada bem simples mas eu só descobri.

Agora na paciência da nossa minha plena op agora eu quero por exemplo o elemento como assim o boné de novo eu vou atacando até final.

Coube terminamos o povo a gente transforma a gente usa todas as nossas habilidades o novo a cura a gente já tá.

Com bolinha gente ativa aprendi charge pronto bem se eu já tivesse a habilidade de máquinas e claro tem um jogo ainda.

Mais fácil acesso com seguinte enfrenta interessante eu acho que a.

Aqui na bomba contra o japão na parte paraense acontece uma coisa interessante leite sarge como agente ativo todos na parte que a gente pode usar um poder especial dessa arma é uma agonia muito interessante que existem na casa é a sala de controle a gente não precisa ir por aqui agente de futebol na reta então beleza.

Ainda sobrou é por exemplo quer o ataque do thunder agentes vão roubar setembro o povo a gente se transforma a gente usa todos ataque é a gente.

Ativa o é não deu tempo pra gente tirar aprendizagem carregada e aero haia são bons beleza nem vamos aqui quase todos os locais saber por ser mais prático nem comemorei né ai ai e leite schach agora com uma blitz haja vezes sabendo como se usassem assistiu nec.

Uma basicamente mais gauchão dá um dos ataques mais mas ele pode significar muito mais forte né pronto.

Não sei como acreditar em si não sobreviveu e jorge mateus sena era e pintura em nome da pescaria estão no nível.

Mais a ta mais uma coisa interessante porque se esclareça o nível mais baixo porque a nossa que blake ainda é muito fraca então é interessante a gente dar solução a gente.

Também a nossa aqui plate eu usei na hora que eu fui gravar e medir as lembranças do destino então já com a que vende correto vamos em frente bem como vocês podem ver que agora porque puta transportadora não fatiada né acredite na primeira e jogar eu passei muito tempo aqui você não tem idéia como coisa andar a e quebrei de máxima agora se quer envolver com mulheres estão se.

Entendendo como aqui nas recentes ataques mais alto vai ser o agente vai ter ajudado a equipe estava muito fácil até os carinhos os seus gramados bom tudo morreu também e já chega diz uma amiga.

Ok a gente não pode usar o transportador a gente pode né mas a gente vai usar outras contas só depois o que a gente vai fazer agora primeiramente a gente vai posterior da nave e consegui derrotar todos os monstrinhos canela é bem a gente vai ter que eliminar todos albers ed essa parte pra você meu é fácil é só prazer quando bolinha e poucas vezes vai pesar ao quadrado.

A gente pode usar aqui o bagulho e irá ficar mais fácil.

Né porque a gente vai conseguir acertar ae ae vamos esperar aqui ó.

Eu não der certo você aperta bolinha pa ela para atingi-los né ok ok 1 2 e 3 ok aberto mesmo a gente quiser conferir é só viver precisarem.

Na arena agora está no arquivo.

Aqui nós temos que prestar muita atenção agora e com isso a gente sempre nos deu a todos um verso desde essa primeira parte ea gente tinha que fazer pra conseguir o slide é uma nova realidade que é pressionar quadrado enquanto lá para dar um défice através do ar é o comando de mais alto nível que permite você avançar muito à frente.

Você pode dar um décimo à frente né.

Isso me inspira huefner sixties express quer não ok pessoal estamos aqui pra baixo e o que a gente tem que fazer agora é simples a gente vai acreditar num bom né acho que a gente entrou não né então alfaya eternal como aqui a gente transformar eo.

Andar à procura do aero vai tomar não é dessa vez que a gente levantar mais a divisão aí é só okay não exclui entrar num uma briga aqui na assembléia com essa briga e à porter que terminaram com vocês canceroso e agora conseguimos pai a conta é macho.

Anão agente retornou aí não não vou te encontrar com o transporte e transformá lo aqui para ver é e conseguimos a.

Minha verdade não porque a gente não usou muita todos os pontos positivos né não a gente teria conseguido para voltar à função daqui com não.

Olha o chute de xavi agora vocês vão ver comigo né procura a cura por assinatura o az foi muito quase esse cara está atacando congelado ou gelado mas seja o pai i ok mais uma vez a itália acusa o segundo beijo charge agora vamos acabar fosse mais rápido a gente precisa de uma francesa se mostrou chateado porque a gente precisa se eu não me engano entrar aqui nesse.

Período exportador sim hozana porque se não me engano é nessa.

Hora que eles ficarem aqui ó a tinha o pessoal acha que eu vou ficar por aqui foi exatamente aí.

Que a gente veio não veio até a parte 30 mas eu acho que isso espero que vocês tenham gostado de mais esse vídeo falou falou e até a posse de drogas e entrada do edifício do arquivo lance foi uma sexta às seis horas da partida.

Becoming Neil And Janet Armstrong In 'first Man' – Gosling And Foy Interview

One question that I have about Neil Armstrong as you know he tended to keep pretty quiet about his personal life when he was alive so how did you kind of get into character without actually being able to speak with him well I’ve never had more help on a film I mean first of all you know Neil sons were.

Very involved Janet sons were very helpful they still are they’re they’re here today you know Janet Armstrong was very helpful friends and family his his sister June I met her at the farm where he.

Was born and raised and everyone just wanted to help in any way that they could to help give us any information that would be helpful to sort of you know create context and peel back this this mystique of Neil and Janet and help to sort of you know reveal some of their many layers so Larry did you ever have a chance to actually meet Janet I did have a chance but it didn’t work out unfortunately so I never met her by listen to lots and lots and lots of tapes.

Of her interviews and Ryan and Damien when I met.

Her and I definitely got to know her through her songs a lot as well but.

I’ll always regret not meeting her in person so after having done this movie are there anything any things that you kind of considered a preconceived notion that you had about NASA about the astronauts and everything that maybe after doing this movie that you learned so much that you kind of realized that everything that you thought was wrong about any any aspect of you know the the.

The human spaceflight program well had no idea how dangerous these missions were I had no idea how hard earned it was I had no idea how limited the technology was that they were working with I mean it’s it’s it’s incredible that we did this at all but that we did this 50 years ago it’s just extraordinary you know what was happening with them personally you know you forget or at least I did that they were people and you know that.

And you forget about the experience of their families and how important they are to the whole process and you know just the list goes on I think if this was just very eye-opening for me in general so Claire what about you was there anything about you know the lights of an astronaut’s wife that you found surprising um there wasn’t anything I found surprising but I definitely hadn’t considered the that the toll that it took on them and just how much was expected of them as well in this in.

In the whole kind of game of going to the moon about how how much.

They were part and parcel of that as well which they didn’t sign up for at all it’s one thing that your husband signs up to the space program but then you don’t realize until six years in that suddenly you have as well I think that was the kind of the surprising thing that I learnt of how much was expected of them in a public kind of way so do you have a favorite fact about.

That you learned while doing this movie you like the theremin but Behrman yes what about the theremin he was a fan of the theremin the instrument oh okay.

He didn’t but he enjoyed it and so did Janet and you know that was sort of you know part of the impetus of our composer learning to play the theremin and it’s a part of our score now so now knowing everything you know about all that it takes to go to the moon if you were given the opportunity would you want to go no no why not because I.

Had a great experience pretending to.

Go there and I’m happy I’m happy with that what about you Claire well um not right now once they’ve done.

You know at least four thousand trips I’ll get I’ll get on one..

New Maps Of Ceres Highlight Mysterious Bright Spots, Giant Mountain

New maps of Ceres show the dwarf planet's mysterious bright spots and huge, pyramid-shaped mountain in a new light.

The new maps of Ceres come courtesy of NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which has been orbiting the heavily cratered dwarf planet since March. The maps highlight the compositional and elevation differences across Ceres, the largest object in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.

For example, one new topographic map focuses on an odd mountain dubbed "the Pyramid," which rises about 4 miles (6.4 kilometers) into space from Ceres' surface. And another map zeroes in on the 56-mile-wide (90 km) Occator crater, whose floor features the most luminescent of the dwarf planet's enigmatic bright spots. [Ceres' Mysterious Bright Spots Coming Into Focus (Video)]

The mission team also put together global Ceres composition and topographic maps, the latter of which includes names for some features on the dwarf planet that were recently approved by the International Astronomical Union.

NASA's Dawn spacecraft obtained images for this map-projected view of Ceres during its high-altitude mapping orbit, in August and September 2015.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft obtained images for this map-projected view of Ceres during its high-altitude mapping orbit, in August and September 2015.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA

These names all have an agricultural theme. For instance, a 12-mile-wide (20 km) mountain near Ceres' north pole now bears the appellation Ysolo Mons, after a festival in Albania marking the first day of the eggplant harvest, NASA officials said.

The new Ceres maps are being discussed at the European Planetary Science Conference (EPSC) in Nantes, France, which runs from Sept. 27 through Oct. 2. At EPSC, Dawn team members are also talking about a puzzling observation made by the spacecraft — three bursts of energetic electrons from Ceres that may have been produced by interactions between the dwarf planet and solar radiation, NASA officials said.

"This is a very unexpected observation for which we are now testing hypotheses," Dawn principal investigator Chris Russell, of the University of California, Los Angeles, said in a statement. "Ceres continues to amaze, yet puzzle us as we examine our multitude of images, spectra and now energetic particle bursts."

A color-coded map from NASA's Dawn mission reveals the surface topography of dwarf planet Ceres. Image released Sept. 30, 2015.
A color-coded map from NASA’s Dawn mission reveals the surface topography of dwarf planet Ceres. Image released Sept. 30, 2015.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA

Dawn is currently studying Ceres from an altitude of 915 miles (1,470 km). But next month, the probe will begin spiraling down to a closer orbit, which will bring it within just 230 miles (375 km) of the dwarf planet's surface.

Dawn is expected to reach that orbit in December. (Dawn employs ion engines, which are superefficient but feature very low thrust levels, so it takes the spacecraft a while to maneuver to new positions.) The probe will remain in this mapping orbit through the end of its mission, in mid-2016.

The $466 million Dawn mission launched in September 2007 to study Vesta and Ceres, the asteroid belt's two biggest denizens. Ceres is about 590 miles (950 km) wide, while Vesta's diameter is 330 miles (530 km).

Dawn orbited Vesta from July 2011 to September 2012, when it departed for Ceres. The spacecraft is the first probe ever to orbit a dwarf planet, and the first to circle two objects beyond the Earth-moon system.

NASA's Dawn spacecraft provided image used to produce this view of Ceres featuring a tall conical mountain. Image released Sept. 30, 2015.
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft provided image used to produce this view of Ceres featuring a tall conical mountain. Image released Sept. 30, 2015.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA/MPS/DLR/IDA/PSI

The mission has uncovered many differences between Vesta and Ceres, which are both planetary building blocks left over from the solar system's early days.

"The irregular shapes of craters on Ceres are especially interesting, resembling craters we see on Saturn's icy moon Rhea," Dawn deputy principal investigator Carol Raymond, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, said in the same statement. "They are very different from the bowl-shaped craters on Vesta."

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Strange Gamma-ray Objects In Deep Space Perplex Scientists

The universe is filled with high-energy radiation, much of which is made of gamma rays belched out by strange pulsing stars and the remnants of supernova explosions. But a new study of some of most extreme objects has turned up a mystery: nearly one-third of all gamma-ray emitting objects seen to date defy identification.

The objects were spotted by NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, which scans the entire sky over the course of three hours, mapping the powerful spectrum. When stacked together, the surveys create an extremely precise view of the gamma-ray universe.

Scientists then match these images to other observations to identify each source. But the identities of some gamma-ray sources in space still continue to elude the astronomers.

"There's some that, despite all our efforts, we really do not know what they are," David Thompson, Fermi's deputy project scientist, told SPACE.com.  "They do not seem to be any of the usual suspects." [Video: Mystery of Fermi's Gamma-Ray Objects]

The cosmic detective

The Fermi space telescope has spotted nearly 500 powerful gamma-ray sources in deep space over the last three years. Before its launch in 2008, scientists only knew of four such objects.

"We're not looking for the ordinary things," Thompson said. "We're looking for the extraordinary; powerful things that might produce gamma rays."

Of the newly discovered bodies, more than half are active galaxies. Pulsars and supernova remnants each make up about 5 percent of the sources, with high-mass binary stars and other galaxies contributing just a smidge more, the researchers said.

Yet a large collection of objects remains unidentified, they added.

In some cases, the readings themselves helped scientists to classify the sources. By looking for changes in energy levels or studying the objects' shapes, astronomers could identify pulsars and galaxies.

But gamma-ray targets without these distinctions remain a mystery. In many cases, the problem may simply be one of not enough data.

"Deeper observations at other wavelengths could find counterparts to some Fermi sources in the future," Pascal Fortin, at the Ecole Polytechnique's Laboratoire Leprince-Ringuet in France, told SPACE.com in an email. Fortin was one of the leaders of the international team that produced Fermi's hard-source list.

A tantalizing mystery

Despite their mysterious origins, the sheer number of unidentified sources is promising.

"The fact that there are so many of these suggests to us — maybe this is wishful thinking — that there may indeed be something new out there," Thompson said. "What we'd really like to find is something new and exotic."

One potential cause of the baffling readings could be black holes that are interacting in a new and unexpected way, he added.

If the strange objects reveal nothing else, they highlight how much of space is still a mystery.

"We still have a lot to learn about high-energy processes in the universe," Fortin said.

Over its decade-long mission, Fermi will continue to gather information about the gamma-ray emitters, and may help answer some of the questions it is creating.

"It's an exciting field to work in," Thompson said. "The fact that we have so many of these, I think is very promising in terms of future discoveries."

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