This is Riyad standing next to Tim Peake's spacecraft! We saw it recently on a trip to Cardiff museum. We also saw his parachute and spacesuit. It was incredible! Swipe ➡️ for pics. After this, the children asked to learn about space and astronauts and it has been a lot of fun. I always encourage the children to learn about what they are interested in, as that's how they learn best. After all, what is learnt with pleasure is rarely forgotten. .
To see more pictures and find out about all the activities the children have been doing to learn about this topic, check out my latest blog post. Link in bio ⬆️. .
Do you allow your children to choose which topics they want to learn about? What kind of things have you been learning about recently?
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“You really won’t know where your home is until you meet your own kind and realize you’re both playing the same game” @amy.hellers
Este robot es capaz de volar semi-autónomamente en un espacio aéreo definido gracias a la combinación de la electrónica integrada con un sistema externo de rastreo de movimiento.
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When Johannes Kepler was born in the late 16th century, people thought that planets in the solar system traveled in circular orbits around Earth. An occasional problem — such as Mars appearing to suddenly reverse course — was solved by the addition of miniature circles, or epicycles, to planetary paths. But Kepler not only adamantly defended the idea that planets orbit the sun, he also revealed that their paths were not perfect circles. His descriptions of planetary motions became known as Kepler's laws. Today, these laws not only describe planetary motion but also determine the orbits of satellites and space stations.
AVUSTURYA ALPLERİ ÜZERİNDE ORİON⠀
Bu takımyıldızı tanıyor musunuz? Buz saçaklarının ve dağların ardında görülen Avcı (Orion), gökyüzündeki en bilinir yıldız gruplarından birisi ve insanlığın 30,000 yıldan uzun süredir tanıdığı bir ikon. Avcı geçtiğimiz 50,000 yıl boyunca neredeyse aynı göründü ve gelecekteki pek çok bin yıl boyunca da aynı görünecek. Avcı yılın bu zamanlarında gökyüzünde oldukça belirgin ve Dünya’nın kuzey yarımküresi için kış, güney yarımküresi içinse yaz mevsiminin tekrarlayan bir (modern) işareti. Burada, yakın zamanda Avusturya Alpleri üzerinde, aynı gecede, aynı yerde, aynı kamerayla alınmış yedi fotoğrafın bir kompozitinde yakalanan Avcı görülüyor. Avcı’nın üç yıldızlı kemerinin altında ve biraz sağında Orion Nebulası yer alıyor. Kemeri çevreleyen dört parlak yıldız ise sol üstten başlayarak saat yönünde Betelgeuse, Bellatrix, Rigel ve Saiph.⠀
Görsel & Telif: Lukáš Veselý⠀
as I don't have a remote trigger, nor the proper lens, I tried something a little different for the super wolf blood moon.
P.S. I'm really loving my new camera and the opportunities that it can open up for me.
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What's up in the night sky? Enjoy a ringside seat for Saturn! Saturn is at opposition tonight, June 27th, when it and the Sun are on opposite sides of Earth. It rises at sunset and sets at sunrise.
Great Saturn viewing will last several more months. The best views will be just after midnight. All year, the rings have been tilted wide open--almost 26 degrees wide this month--giving us a great view of Saturn's distinctive rings. The tilt offers us a view of the north polar region. Near Saturn, the brightest asteroid--Vesta--is so bright that it can be seen with your unaided eye. It will be visible for several months. A detailed star chart will help you pick out the asteroid from the stars. The summer Milky way provides a glittery backdrop.
10-m Solar radiotelescope at the Czech Astronomical Institute in Ondřejov (CZ) / Sluneční radioteleskop o průměru antény 10 m, v Astronomickém ústavu v Ondřejově
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🌒☄️¡ Impresionante ! se ha captado el impacto de una roca espacial durante un eclipse lunar, el acontecimiento pudo ser captado por el proyecto Español MIDAS el cuál está dedicado específicamente a la detección y análisis de los impactos en la Luna. #repost@astronomia_en_tu_bolsillo#astronomy#space#moon#science
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Another awesome capture of the eclipse 🌠
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While photographing the #LunarEclipse - 16-year-old fan and amateur astronomer @bojay_stellar captured a meteorite striking the red moon with unique precision! ☄️ #LikeABOS
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There's no reason to worry. The #moon regularly suffers impacts; the collisions are how the lunar surface acquires an average of 140 new craters a year — and that tally only includes those more than 32.8 feet (10 meters) across.