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GIANT EYE: Picture of our solar system by Voyager 1 launching into interstellar space

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INSIGHT MISSION TO MARS - LAUNCH DATE MAY 5, 2018

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MERCURY RETROGRADE

November 16 -December 6, 2018

Mercury-retrograde


 

Solar Eclipse Streaming Live here @ 9am Pacific Time August 21, 2017

JOURNEY THROUGH DARK HEAT

 


MERCURY Retrograde: August 12 - September 5

The planet Mercury, closest to the sun,  is retrograde three times a year. This means at certain points on Mercury’s surface, an observer would be able to see the Sun rise part way, then reverse and set before rising again, all within the same day. This apparent retrograde motion of the Sun occurs because Mercury’s angular orbital speed exceeds its rotational velocity. Mercury’s elliptical orbit is further from circular than that of any other planet in our solar system, resulting in substantially higher orbital speed near perihelion (when it’s closest to the sun). This astronomic effect affects our magnetic fields. It will happen four times this year. We notice with regularity how it impedes technological stuff: computer crashes, sites down, cell phone glitches, cable out, automobile irregularities, communications are all affected during this time. This weakness in our magnetic field is reversed  when Mercury goes direct!

 

MAGNETIC STORM

 by Uncle John

 

Three times a year in the sullen sky for three weeks cursed

Mercury is spinning in reverse

Love near can't hear only in the momento

Gotta keep rhythm with the changing sulky tempo

Ring the bell stay flexible in key

Lock up your cell in your native talk to me

Mercury's rotation is fast fast fast

First planet in our system or is it the last

Is it scaring the children rappin' like a dog

Grey unlike light blue white clouds & fog

There is no atmosphere here no life of flight

Burning hot in the day beyond frigid at night

So close to heaven so near to hell

Stick your neck out of your paradise shell

In your shadow u see when I rehearse

Backspace or forward won't forget the verse

Don't pretend I can be any equal to u

Except to be honest faithful and true

 

We'll see

U tell me

An attraction

In reflection

A connection

With direction

 

Night brings the morn

Magnetic storm

Overcome and transform

Intuitive to perform

Electromagnetic and round

Like a musical athletic crown

Survive the magnetic breakdown

Drive poetic town to town

Scanning the skies

Singing we jive

It may be dark then comes light

Maybe with song may be you're right

Overlooking family and friends

Seeing the world through their lens

From a bee to a flower

Like a marquee on a tower

Storm  passes & messages arrive

Swell bees come out of the hive

Mercury delivers in space to dwell

So close to heaven so near to hell

 

 

Saturn's north pole

SATURN'S RINGS CUT ACROSS THE LUMINOUS SILHOUETTE OF THE MOON TITAN WITH THE SMALL MOON ENCELADUS IN VIEW

VOYAGER: JOURNEY TO THE STARS

VOYAGER LEAVES THE SOLAR SYSTEM & ENTERS INTERSTELLAR SPACE


 

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Golden Record Manual for Visitors from Interstellar Space

Voyager spacecraftSpaceAviation.net

 

SPACE WEATHER REPORT

 

Astronaut Karen Nyberg the current flight engineer

for the International Space Station

How To Shampoo Your Hair In Space

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Chasing Halley's Comet


VOYAGER 1 LEAVING OUR SOLAR SYSTEM

December 2012 - Voyager 1 near the edge of the solar system about to enter interstellar space

 THAT STAR IS OUR SUN !

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Looking at our solar system from the outside in, God's view!

Voyage of Discovery

Voyager spacecraft

Destination: Interstellar Space

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Voyager 1 and 2 are presently in the "Heliosheath",  the outermost layer of the heliosphere where the solar wind is slowed by the pressure of interstellar gas, and they are traveling at about 135,000 miles per hour! Voyager 1 is 11 billion miles from earth and approaching the "Heliopause" and about to leave our solar system to voyage into interstellar space. As the ship sails ahead a bow shock spreads around the vessel as it enters the frontier into new space. The earth will continue to receive signals for about another dozen years. Both vessels carry a greeting for any intelligent extraterrestrial life, on a golden phonograph record with sounds and images of Earth, including Chuck Berry singing "Johnny B. Goode". It has a shelf life of over 4 billion years.

THE GOLDEN RECORD

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LEONID Meteor Shower

The Leonid Meteor Shower 2012(Photo: Reuters)

The Leonid Meteor Shower November 2012

A Storm of Meteors in 1999

Leonid Meteor Shower 2012: Sky Map

 

Photos

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Super Bubble  filmed through NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope

A beautiful view of the galaxy 30 million light-years from the sun as seen in this Hubble Space Telescope image, made available on Sept. 17. The galaxy is viewed edge-on from the Earth, meaning we cannot easily see the spiral arms, which are full of young, hot stars. However, the side-on view shows the galaxy's disc and the bulging central core. Lying in the southern constellation Indus, astronomer John Herschel first observed this galaxy in 1834.

                                                   David Cartier, Sr.

Swirls of green and red appear in an aurora over Whitehorse in Canada's Yukon Territory on the night of Sept. 3. The northern lights were sparked by a storm of electrically charged particles that was thrown off by the sun on Aug. 31.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rainbow Image of the Egg Nebula