Nasa

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15 02, 2012

Un investigador para la NASA desde Vigo

2012-02-15T11:53:10+01:00

Tomás Camacho es el director médico del laboratorio de Vigo, Lema y Bandín. Además  es el coordinador nacional del área de toxicología clínica de la Asociación Española de Toxicología (AETOX) y único colaborador español en el proyecto "Use of a [...]

Un investigador para la NASA desde Vigo2012-02-15T11:53:10+01:00
13 10, 2011

What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth?

2011-10-13T06:00:38+01:00

A time-lapse taken from the front of the International Space Station as it orbits our planet at night. This amazing  movie begins over the Pacific Ocean and continues over North and South America before entering daylight near Antarctica. Several american [...]

What does it feel like to fly over planet Earth?2011-10-13T06:00:38+01:00
21 09, 2011

Midair Collisions: "See and Avoid"

2011-09-21T10:17:56+01:00

The number of midair collisions in the United States has averaged 30 per year since 1978, generally involving general aviation aircrafts, but by no means other operators are inmune. In the preceding 12 month period, over 4.000 in-flihght traffic collisions [...]

Midair Collisions: "See and Avoid"2011-09-21T10:17:56+01:00
12 04, 2011

Fotos de Wheelock para conmemorar el 50º aniversario del vuelo de Gagarin

2011-04-12T10:49:19+01:00

Conmemoramos los 50 años del vuelo del comandante de las Fuerzas Aéreas soviéticas Yuri Gagarin como  primer ser humano en dar una vuelta alrededor de nuestro planeta. Medio siglo después, más de 500 hombres y mujeres de 40 países, entre ellos [...]

Fotos de Wheelock para conmemorar el 50º aniversario del vuelo de Gagarin2011-04-12T10:49:19+01:00
4 03, 2011

Listen to the Little Voice…

2011-03-04T11:01:54+01:00

ASRS report narratives frequently contain references to a “little voice” that offers timely advice. The voice, of course, resides within the mind of the reporter and is usually the voice of experience or sometimes just the “vocalization” of a gut [...]

Listen to the Little Voice…2011-03-04T11:01:54+01:00
28 02, 2011

Go For Launch! Space Shuttle The Time-Lapse Movie

2011-02-28T21:02:36+01:00

In this unique time-lapse video created from thousands of individual frames, photographers Scott Andrews, Stan Jirman and Philip Scott Andrews condense six weeks of painstaking work into 3 minutes, 52 seconds.The action starts in the hangar-like Orbiter Processing Facility at NASA’s [...]

Go For Launch! Space Shuttle The Time-Lapse Movie2011-02-28T21:02:36+01:00
14 01, 2011

ACCESS Mars : Would you live in martian caves?

2011-01-14T08:53:22+01:00

Mars shows potential for both scientific discovery and future human  settlement.  Currently proposed Mars missions have identified a number of challenges such as high levels of radiation, harsh climate and limited launch windows. Recently discovered lava tubes on Mars present potential solutions [...]

ACCESS Mars : Would you live in martian caves?2011-01-14T08:53:22+01:00