Tony Hallas is an Astrophotographer and clicks amazing photographs. In this video, he is explaining about astrophotography...really awesome video...Must watch..!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZoCJBLAYEs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xTGzesCsjs NASA began it's mission of the most successful manned flight ever achieved on July 26, 1971.....Apollo 15. It was the ninth manned mission in the United States' Apollo program, the fourth to land on the Moon, and the eighth successful manned mission. It was the first of what were termed"J missions," long stays on … Continue reading Documentary on Apollo 15
Sebastião Salgado is a Brazilian social documentary photographer and photojournalist born on February 8, 1944 and has traveled in over 100 countries for his photographic projects. Most of these have appeared in numerous press publications and books. Touring exhibitions of this work have been presented throughout the world. Longtime gallery director Hal Gould considers Salgado … Continue reading Sebastião Salgado: The silent drama of photography
Picture of the Day by my friend Sajal Agarwal during her photo walk..amazing picture..!! © Sajal Agarwal [All Rights Reserved]
46 years ago, Mankind witnessed an amazing event of Apollo 11 launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida and also the very first human being landing on the Moon, Neil Armstrong. He was followed by Buzz Aldrin on 20th July 1969, at 20:18 UTC. This Documentary will show you some highlights of the event and let you … Continue reading Apollo 11 Mission Highlights : Neil Armstrong Landing On The Moon – NASA Documentary
After the recent success of New Horizons, a conference held by NASA discussing regarding the dwarf planet. An interesting interaction and discussion. With Dr. Alan Stern, Principal Investigator followed by his Team at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jTdaOhG9wE
This picture was actually clicked by my good friend and an amateur photographer Sajal Agarwal during her Photo Walk on Saturday with her friends © Sajal Agarwal. All rights reserved.
It’s happened! At 7:49 a.m. EDT (11:49 UTC) this morning, July 14 2015, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft performed its close pass of Pluto and, fourteen minutes later, its moon Charon. While we won’t receive a signal from New Horizons until about 9 p.m. tonight (and image data from the flyby won’t arrive until July 15th) NASA did share this gorgeous image this morning just before the flyby. it was taken by New Horizons on July 13th and has a resolution of about 4 km (2.4 miles) per pixel, and shows the distant world in approximate true-color. It’s highly-publicized “heart” feature is seen front-and-center – proof that Pluto loves ya!
And, according to New Horizons PI Dr. Alan Stern, this is but a teaser for the “data waterfall” that’s to begin arriving tomorrow! What an amazing day for science.
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Human evolution is the evolutionary process leading to the appearance of anatomically modern humans. The topic typically focuses on the evolutionary history of the primates—in particular the genus Homo, and the emergence of Homo sapiens as a distinct species of the hominids (or "great apes")—rather than studying the earlier history that led to the primates. … Continue reading Human Evolution Documentary 2014
Sophie Scott FMedSci is a British neuroscientist. Professor Scott is Wellcome Trust senior fellow at University College London (UCL), researching the neuroscience of voices, speech, and laughter. She is also Deputy Director of UCL's Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. Scott is from Blackburn, UK. She received her PhD in Cognitive Science at UCL in 1994 … Continue reading Sophie Scott: Why we laugh?