The Hubble Telescope is back!

Check these photos.



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Dude! The joke's on you. Those were 'shopped.

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Simply breathtaking.   All nine pics were outstanding.  I want one of those Hubbles.  How much are they?  I think I'll go surf Ebay and see if anybody is selling a used one. 

I may go to the Hubble site later today and download a Hubble pic wallpaper. 

A portrait of the Milky Way

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The Milky Way in a time-lapse video

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Faked by aliens.

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AND there was no moon landing either.


More Hubble photos

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If ever someone or someones needed PR

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it's NASA.

Impeach Jim Gibbons!


Nasa, I'm sick of your boring space launches! and another thing.

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toilet flushes

Some more Hubble photos

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3 NASA satelites will study global warming and cooling

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NASA plans to launch three satelites this year at a total cost of $1.5 billion.  One will study the salinity of the oceans to determine the effect of rain, the melting ice caps etc.  It is hoped this will give new insights into climate change and the way ocean currents work. 

The Glory satelite will study various types of aerosolized particles -- from smog, auto exhaust, factory chimneys, volcanic eruptions and myriad other sources to see if they are causing global cooling.  It is thought these particles might reflect the rays of the sun back into outer space.

A third will study the sun.  Scientists hope this satellite can help astronomers better anticipate the solar flares, sunspots and magnetic storms that come from the sun and can jeopardize astronauts in space and electrical communications on Earth, and weather on the Earth.

So does anyone think this is a waste of money?  It would seem that these research projects could be very useful in the ongoing climate change controversies.,0,5624789.story?page=1&track=rss<br>

{;-) Dan in Miami

Science has never suffered from too much information

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I'd rather they spend money on scientific probes than "fixing" Afghanistan

I did here someone say in a GC song...

TMundo's picture hell with the space shuttle, put some money in the hood!  I can agree that feeding a starving population, or fixing an economy, would be better places to spend the money.  On the other hand, you don't want to put NASA workers out of a job. 

What the world will look like 100 years from now

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If global warming raises the Earth's temperature by 4 degrees Celsius the oceans would probably rise by 0.8 meters.  For some other, more drastic changes please check this graphic from the London Times newspaper:

{;-) Dan in Miami


Dunno about the rest of you klimate killjoys,

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but I for one welcome the warm air over northern North America. Unfortunately, I'l be dead and buried before I can enjoy it. All the rest of you floaters can kiss my grits.

Remember the immortal words of Dr. Zaius

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Beware the beast "man" he will make a wasteland of his home and yours

Even more Hubble photos

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Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE)

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Mr Freep those are not Hubble images.  They are infrared images from the WISE satelite that was just launched from Floriduh.

{;-) Dan in Miami


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