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MessageSujet: le Novitchok, Sergueï Skripal, le Kremlin et Theresa May.   Mar 13 Mar à 11:00

le Novitchok, Sergueï Skripal, le Kremlin et Theresa May.

En visite d'Etat en France du 5 au 7 avril 2004, la reine Elizabeth II visita Toulouse le 7 avril. Arrivée en fin de matinée, elle visita, tout d'abord, le cloître des Jacobins où elle rencontrera des étudiants anglais et français. Ensuite, à l'aide d'une voiture, elle se fraya un chemin à travers les ruelles avec Bernadette Chirac puis elles traversèrent à pied la place du Capitole pour se rendre à la mairie où eût lieu le déjeuner: Durant ce trajet, je saluais la Reine à l'aide d'un parapluie en faisant une révérence, je point le parapluie vers le ciel quand elle porta les yeux vers moi. Dans l'après-midi, la reine se rendit aux usines Airbus pour visiter la chaîne de montage de l'Airbus A380. Elle quittera ensuite la ville rose. Je continue à lui envoyer des lettres pour ses différents anniversaires car je porte respect de son abnégation qu'elle a reçu de sa Mère et de Son Père... Je suis un profond Républicain mais je porte respect à la mécanicienne et à la conductrice d'Ambulance que fut la reine durant la seconde guerre mondiale... God Save The Queen et La Marseillaise...


DANS UN REGARD SUR L'ASPECT, LONDRES ET MOSCOU,
MONTRE QUE LES VIEILLES CICATRICES DEMEURENT
MALGRÉ UNE TEMPÉRANCE ET UNE COOPÉRATION RÉELLE DANS LE DOMAINE SPATIALE:
NE SOYONS PAS NAÏF SUR CETTE AFFAIRE.
Y'BECCA.
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Interrogé par la BBC sur une éventuelle responsabilité de la Russie dans l'empoisonnement de Sergueï Skripal, le président russe a conseillé à Londres de "tirer les choses au clair", avant d'en parler à Moscou.
http://m.france24.com/fr/20180312-ex-espion-russe-empoisonne-vladimir-poutine-skripal-may-royaume-uni

High Definition Earth-Viewing System (HDEV)...
https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/ESRS/HDEV/?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=NASA%20-%20National%20Aeronautics%20and%20Space%20Administration&utm_campaign=NASASocial&linkId=49123549
ISS Assembly Mission 5A
https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/main/index.html
2001 A Space Odyssey Opening in 1080.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-QFj59PON4
Y'BECCA.
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Pompiers 13 Compte certifié
@SDIS13 21 h il y a 21 heures
⭕ Les #pompiers13 s'improvisent soigneurs animaliers !
Les sauveteurs aquatiques du #SDIS ont réalisé le #sauvetage et l'#assistance d'un #dauphin de 2 mètres à @VilledArles en collaboration avec le @ParcCamargue
Opération réussie ! Bravo aux intervenants 👌

GendarmerieNationale Compte certifié
@Gendarmerie 2 h il y a 2 heures
#JournéeSansE mais pas #SansEux
Car 7 jours sur 7, ils sont là pour vous, jamais sourds à vos soucis, à vos maux ou à vos sollicitations. Vols ou disparitions, infractions ou collisions, inondations ou ouragans, ils agiront sans distinction, n'abandonnant jamais !

Copernicus EU @CopernicusEU 12 mars
Our Service news:
1⃣@CopernicusLand: Towards CLC+
2⃣ @CMEMS_EU: Easier access to near-real-time products
3⃣CAMS forecasts in local #airquality alerts
4⃣Showcasing C3S demonstrators for #energy sector
5⃣@CopernicusEMS: future hydrological services
➡️https://e.copernicus.eu/Service-News

KONTRAS @KontraS 12 mars
Gembar-gembor Pilkada sudah mulai mengudara nih, gaes. Apakah kalian tahu mau #pilihsiapa? Berikut pemetaan KontraS thdp sejumlah wilayah yang ‘rawan’ akan sejumlah isu terkait HAM.
#ijonpolitik

SCARBO Project @ScarboH2020 12 mars
We're online!
Learn about @EU_H2020 project SCARBO that aims at solving a key challenge of anthropogenic greenhouse gases (#GHGs) monitoring from space, on our brand new website: http://scarbo-h2020.eu

TIGNARD YANIS @TIGNARDYANIS 19 h il y a 19 heures
DANS UNE PÉRIODE ASSEZ DIFFICILE POUR EUX, UNE FORME DE GLACIATION DES RAPPORTS ENTRE LONDRES ET MOSCOU NE PEUT QUE ARRANGER LES DEUX BELLIQUEUX: IL Y A UN MALAISE ET LE CONTRE ESPIONNAGE EST DE SAVOIR Y JOUER SUR LES RÉSEAUX ET LES ÉCONOMIES.
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EN CE QUI ME CONCERNE, JE DÉPLORE UN DOSSIER QUE JE PENSAI AUX OUBLIETTES MAIS, DURANT L'ÉPOQUE FROIDE, UNE ERREUR PAREIL DES SERVICES DE PROTECTION BRITANNIQUE AURAIT DÉCLENCHER UN RENVOIE DU DIRECTEUR ET UNE CONVOCATION DE L'AMBASSADEUR EN DE BREF DÉLAI.
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LES MÉTHODES ONT CHANGÉ CAR AUTREFOIS, LES CHOSES AURAIT ÉTÉ PLUS RAPIDE. ON JONGLE SUR LES RÉSEAUX SOCIAUX ET CELLE QUI EST ENCORE REINE DOIT SE DEMANDER DE LA RÉALITÉ DES ÉVOLUTIONS EN CE SIÈCLE NOUVEAU SUR LES RAPPORTS DIPLOMATIQUES.
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ÊTRE DE SANG FROID DANS UN ASSASSINAT TROUBLE DE RAISON D'ÉTAT DONC LA PREMIÈRE MINISTRE BRITANNIQUE ET LE PRÉSIDENT RUSSE, PLUTÔT QUE DE S'ADRESSER AUX MÉDIAS PAR DES ESCARMOUCHES, AURAIENT DU CONVOQUÉ LES AMBASSADEURS EN RÉUNION PRIVÉ DANS LE CADRE D'UNE ENQUÊTE COMMUNE.
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CERTES, ON VA ME DIRE QUE LUI ET SA FILLE ONT ÉTÉ RETROUVÉS AU MILIEU DE NULLE PART PAR DES GENS QUI LES VOYAIENT AGONISER: RÉELLEMENT S'EST UNE MAUVAISE BLAGUE, C'EST IRRÉALISTE PAR RAPPORT À L'IMPORTANCE DE CET ANCIEN ESPION QUI A ÉTÉ ÉCHANGÉ.
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ON NE PEUT NIER QUE ON PEUT ÉMETTRE DES DOUTES SUR L'ORGANISATION DE PROTECTION ET DE LA MANIÈRE AUX ASSASSINS DE VOULOIR FAIRE AGONISER LEURS VICTIMES. CET HOMME AVAIT PLUS D'ENNEMIS QU'IL POUVAIT CROIRE: VOILÀ MON PREMIER CONSTAT, MAJESTÉ ELIZABETH II.
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MessageSujet: Re: le Novitchok, Sergueï Skripal, le Kremlin et Theresa May.   Mar 13 Mar à 11:00

See that city in the left corner? Take the road exiting it, turn right and then the first on the left... you've arrived at Plesetsk Cosmodrome 🛰️🚀! bit.ly 2tLPC76
RT Space_Station "RT NASAedu: This Friday, March 16th, tune into NASA TV at 10:40am (ET).
Y'BECCA.
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The STS-98 crew installed the new Destiny Laboratory Module after removing it from Space Shuttle Atlantis' payload bay. Control Moment Gyroscopes were activated with delivery of electronics in the lab, providing electrically powered attitude control.
+ Previous Mission -- 4A | + Next Mission -- 5A.1

+ ISS Assembly home

High Definition Earth-Viewing System (HDEV)

The High Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment aboard the ISS was activated April 30, 2014. It is mounted on the External Payload Facility of the European Space Agency’s Columbus module. This experiment includes several commercial HD video cameras aimed at the Earth which are enclosed in a pressurized and temperature controlled housing. While the experiment is operational, views will typically sequence through the different cameras. Between camera switches, a gray and then black color slate will briefly appear. To learn more about the HDEV experiment, visit here.

https://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/ESRS/HDEV/?utm_source=FBPAGE&utm_medium=NASA%20-%20National%20Aeronautics%20and%20Space%20Administration&utm_campaign=NASASocial&linkId=49123549

Black Image = ISS is on the night side of the Earth.
Image of sunset with words displayed = Switching between cameras, or communications with the ISS is not available.
Please note: The HDEV cycling of the cameras will sometimes be halted, causing the video to only show select camera feeds. This is handled by the HDEV team, and is only scheduled on a temporary basis. Nominal video will resume once the team has finished their scheduled event.
Map Source: www.esa.int
HDEV Facts:
While the HDEV collects beautiful images of the Earth from the ISS, the primary purpose of the experiment is an engineering one: monitoring the rate at which HD video camera image quality degrades when exposed to the space environment (mainly from cosmic ray damage) and verify the effectiveness of the design of the HDEV housing for thermal control.
The four cameras of the HDEV experiment are oriented in different directions and with different views relative to the ISS travel direction. They are in positioned, 1 looking forward, 1 looking nearly straight down, and 2 looking back. This provides several different viewing angles to the viewer.
The cameras are programmed to cycle from one camera to the next, and only one camera can work at a time. As they cycle, each camera must turn off and the next camera turn on before the HD video starts, taking about 8 to 10 seconds to change. Through this cycling, comparable data can be collected on each camera; while also providing, as a bonus, different Earth viewing perspectives.
The University of Bonn in partnership with the German Space Agency (DLR) is implementing the "Columbus Eye" program based on the HDEV streaming video. A webpage is in place (http://columbuseye.uni-bonn.de/ in German) that incorporates the HDEV UStream video and describes the Columbus Eye project, which will leverage ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst educational activities in space.
For all questions regarding HDEV, please contact the HDEV Co-Principal Investigators, Carlos Fontanot and Susan Runco.

Shuttle Missions - 2001

Mission Launch Landing
STS-108
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight UF-1 Dec. 5, 2001 Dec. 17, 2001
STS-105
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight 7A.1 Aug. 10, 2001 Aug. 22, 2001
STS-104
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight 7A July 12, 2001 July 24, 2001
STS-100
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight 6A April 19, 2001 May 1, 2001
STS-102
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight 5A.1 March 8, 2001 March 21, 2001
STS-98
+ Mission Summary
+ In-depth Mission Coverage
+ International Space Station Flight 5A Feb. 7, 2001 Feb. 20, 2001

Antarctica.cl
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#CO2 en #Atmosfera se disuelve en #Nubes formando AcidoCarbónico q al llover “disuelve” #Rocas (weathering) formando bicarbonato q termina en #Oceano. ¿Se podría acelerar este lento proceso natural para secuestrar #CO2 q causa #CambioClimatico? Sí pero... http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/aaa9c4

EUMETSAT
‏@eumetsat 24 h il y a 24 heures
From 13th - 15th March, approx. 150 scientists from around the world will be gathering at our HQ in #Darmstadt to discuss all things #Sentinel - make sure you stay tuned over the next few days for coverage of this important meeting.
#S3VT #EUMETSAT #ESA #Copernicus

NASA Compte certifié
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The science payload of our @NASAWebb Space Telescope, including its iconic, 21.3-ft golden primary mirror, was recently unloaded at @NorthropGrumman in CA, signaling the next step in the complex observatory’s integration & testing. Get the details: http://go.nasa.gov/2FHJiT9

Space Law Resource
‏@Spacelawdata 20 min il y a 20 minutes
RT Space_Station "RT NASAedu: This Friday, March 16th, tune into NASA TV at 10:40am (ET) to see educators attending the National Science Teachers Association conference in Atlanta, GA ask Astro_Maker questions about living and working in space! … "

Karen Pence Compte certifié
@SecondLady 18 min il y a 18 minutes
Great visit at @CincyChildrens where they have art therapy and music therapy programs. The therapists and staff are doing great work to treat the entire family.

IAAUCN
@IAAUCN 28 min il y a 28 minutes
Museo arqueológico Gustavo Le Paige inicia ciclo de charlas de conservación en #Antogasta y #SanPedrodeAtacama
En marzo Cuerpos humanos: ¿Objetos o sujetos de exposición? con Denis Guilbeau

Cristina Vrinceanu
‏@cavrinceanu 2 h il y a 2 heures
Following @RUS_Copernicus webinar on Land Applications using Sentinel3. A super useful exercise provided by the service for both beginners and advanced users, showing the power of the OLCI instrument and optical applications. @ESA_EO @CopernicusEU #rustraining #sentinel3 #EOdata

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MessageSujet: Re: le Novitchok, Sergueï Skripal, le Kremlin et Theresa May.   Mar 13 Mar à 11:01

March 12, 2018
Arrested Development: Hubble Finds Relic Galaxy Close to Home
Astronomers have put NASA's Hubble Space Telescope on an Indiana Jones-type quest to uncover an ancient "relic galaxy" in our own cosmic backyard.

The very rare and odd assemblage of stars has remained essentially unchanged for the past 10 billion years. This wayward stellar island provides valuable new insights into the origin and evolution of galaxies billions of years ago.


This video zooms into the relic galaxy NGC 1277 near the center of the Perseus cluster of over 1,000 galaxies, located 240 million light-years from Earth.
Credits: NASA, ESA, and J. DePasquale (STScI)
View on STScI's website:
The galaxy, NGC 1277, started its life with a bang long ago, ferociously churning out stars 1,000 times faster than seen in our own Milky Way today. But it abruptly went quiescent as the baby boomer stars aged and grew ever redder.

The findings are being published online in the March 12 issue of the science journal Nature.

closeup of blurry galaxy with defined center
This is a Hubble Space Telescope image of galaxy NGC 1277. The galaxy is unique in that it is considered a relic of what galaxies were like in the early universe. The galaxy is composed exclusively of aging stars that were born 10 billion years ago. But unlike other galaxies in the local universe, it has not undergone any further star formation. Astronomers nickname such galaxies as "red and dead," because the stars are aging and there aren't any successive generations of younger stars. The telltale sign of the galaxy's "arrested development" lies in the ancient globular clusters that swarm around it. The reddish clusters are the strongest evidence that the galaxy went out of the star-making business long ago. Otherwise, there would be a lot of blue globular star clusters, which are largely absent. The lack of blue clusters suggests that NGC 1277 never grew further by gobbling up surrounding galaxies. The galaxy lives near the center of the Perseus cluster of over 1,000 galaxies, located 240 million light-years away from Earth. NGC 1277 is moving so fast through the cluster, at 2 million miles per hour, that it cannot merge with other galaxies to collect stars or pull in gas to fuel star formation. In addition, near the galaxy cluster center, intergalactic gas is so hot it cannot cool to condense and form stars.
Credits: NASA, ESA, and M. Beasley (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)
Though Hubble has seen such "red and dead" galaxies in the early universe, one has never been conclusively found nearby. Where the early galaxies are so distant, they are just red dots in Hubble deep-sky images. NGC 1277 offers a unique opportunity to see one up close and personal. "We can explore such original galaxies in full detail and probe the conditions of the early universe," said Ignacio Trujillo, of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias at the University of La Laguna, Spain.

The researchers learned that the relic galaxy has twice as many stars as our Milky Way, but physically it is as small as one quarter the size of our galaxy. Essentially, NGC 1277 is in a state of "arrested development." Perhaps like all galaxies it started out as a compact object but failed to accrete more material to grow in size to form a magnificent pinwheel-shaped galaxy.

Approximately one in 1,000 massive galaxies is expected to be a relic (or oddball) galaxy, like NGC 1277, researchers say. They were not surprised to find it, but simply consider that it was in the right place at the right time to evolve - or rather not evolve - the way it did.

animation showing red and blue annotations on two galaxies
This is a blink comparison that plots the location of the red stars and blue stars that dominate the globular clusters in galaxies NGC 1277 and NGC 1278. It shows that NGC 1277 is dominated by ancient red globular clusters. This is evidence that galaxy NGC 1277 stopped making new stars many billions of years ago, compared to NGC 1278, which has more young blue star clusters.
Credits: NASA, ESA, and Z. Levay (STScI)
The telltale sign of the galaxy's state lies in the ancient globular clusters of stars that swarm around it. Massive galaxies tend to have both metal-poor (appearing blue) and metal-rich (appearing red) globular clusters. The red clusters are believed to form as the galaxy forms, while the blue clusters are later brought in as smaller satellites are swallowed by the central galaxy. However, NGC 1277 is almost entirely lacking in blue globular clusters. "I've been studying globular clusters in galaxies for a long time, and this is the first time I've ever seen this," said Michael Beasley, also of the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias.

The red clusters are the strongest evidence that the galaxy went out of the star-making business long ago. However, the lack of blue clusters suggests that NGC 1277 never grew further by gobbling up surrounding galaxies.

By contrast, our Milky Way contains approximately 180 blue and red globular clusters. This is due partly to the fact that our Milky Way continues cannibalizing galaxies that swing too close by in our Local Group of a few dozen small galaxies.

brilliant field of galaxies with inset enlarging one
[Inset] —This is a Hubble Space Telescope image of galaxy NGC 1277. The galaxy is unique in that it is considered a relic of what galaxies were like in the early universe. The galaxy is composed exclusively of aging stars that were born 10 billion years ago. But unlike other galaxies in the local universe, it has not undergone any further star formation. Astronomers nickname such galaxies as "red and dead," because the stars are aging and there aren't any successive generations of younger stars. The telltale sign of the galaxy's "arrested development" lies in the ancient globular clusters that swarm around it. The reddish clusters are the strongest evidence that the galaxy went out of the star-making business long ago. Otherwise, there would be a lot of blue globular star clusters, which are largely absent. The lack of blue clusters suggests that NGC 1277 never grew further by gobbling up surrounding galaxies. [Background image] — The galaxy lives near the center of the Perseus cluster of over 1,000 galaxies, located 240 million light-years away from Earth. NGC 1277 is moving so fast through the cluster, at 2 million miles per hour, that it cannot merge with other galaxies to collect stars or pull in gas to fuel star formation. In addition, near the galaxy cluster center, intergalactic gas is so hot it cannot cool to condense and form stars.
Credits: NASA, ESA, M. Beasley (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias), and P. Kehusmaa
It's a markedly different environment for NGC 1277. The galaxy lives near the center of the Perseus cluster of over 1,000 galaxies, located 240 million light-years away. But NGC 1277 is moving so fast through the cluster, at 2 million miles per hour, that it cannot merge with other galaxies to collect stars or pull in gas to fuel star formation. In addition, near the galaxy cluster center, intergalactic gas is so hot it cannot cool to condense and form stars.

The team started looking for "arrested development" galaxies in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey and found 50 candidate massive compact galaxies. Using a similar technique, but out of a different sample, NGC 1277 was identified as unique in that it has a central black hole that is much more massive than it should be for a galaxy of that size. This reinforces the scenario that the supermassive black hole and dense hub of the galaxy grew simultaneously, but the galaxy's stellar population stopped growing and expanding because it was starved of outside material.

"I didn't believe the ancient galaxy hypothesis initially, but finally I was surprised because it's not that common to find what you predict in astronomy," Beasley added. "Typically, the universe always comes up with more surprises that you can think about."

The team has 10 other candidate galaxies to look at with varying degrees of "arrested development."

The upcoming NASA James Webb Space Telescope (scheduled for launch in 2019) will allow astronomers to measure the motions of the globular clusters in NGC 1277. This will provide the first opportunity to measure how much dark matter the primordial galaxy contains.

The Hubble Space Telescope is a project of international cooperation between NASA and ESA (European Space Agency). NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, manages the telescope. The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, conducts Hubble science operations. STScI is operated for NASA by the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, in Washington, D.C.

For images and more information about this study and Hubble, visit:

http://www.nasa.gov/hubble

http://hubblesite.org/news_release/news/2018-17


Ray Villard
Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore, Maryland
410-338-4514
villard@stsci.edu

Michael Beasley
Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias, Tenerife, Spain
011-34-922-605-200 x5382
beasley@iac.es

Last Updated: March 12, 2018
Editor: Karl Hille
Tags: Galaxies, Goddard Space Flight Center, Hubble Space Telescope, Universe

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