Solar Planetary SystemsSolar Planetary Systems



JAXA. http:// global.jaxa.jp/projects/sat/sprint_a/index.html (retrieved August 8, 2013). NASA – NSSD – Spacecraft – Trajectory Details (Hubble Space Telescope). NASA. http:// nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/nmc/spacecraftOrbit.do?id=1990-037B ...

Author: Asit B. Bhattacharya

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781498762076

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Page: 540

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The authors have put forth great efforts in gathering present day knowledge about different objects within our solar system and universe. This book features the most current information on the subject with information acquired from noted scientists in this area. The main objective is to convey the importance of the subject and provide detailed information on the physical makeup of our planetary system and technologies used for research. Information on educational projects has also been included in the Radio Astronomy chapters.This information is a real plus for students and educators considering a career in Planetary Science or for increasing their knowledge about our planetary system.

Encyclopedia of SpaceEncyclopedia of Space



Sunshade protected the telescope at launch, and helps to prevent bright sunlight spoiling images. Reaction wheels point Hubble at stars and Magnetometer senses other targets in space. Hubble's movement through the Earth's magnetic field ...

Author: Heather Couper

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9781405359146

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Page: 304

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Blast off into space to discover the galaxies and beyond with the new edition of this out-of-this-world reference Send your child on an amazing journey into space. They'll see the Hubble telescope orbiting the Earth, discover the birth of our solar system and follow the search for life on Mars. Packed with practical tips for the amateur astronomer, spectacular images from space, detailed charts and fantastic facts. Perfect for home or school, there are even instructions on building a simple telescope.

Breakthrough Breakthrough



Gendler now spends much of his time mining professional astronomical archives and assembling unique composite images from a wide variety of data sources, including the Hubble Space Telescope, Japan's 8.2 m Subaru Telescope, ...

Author: Robert Gendler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319209739

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Page: 171

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This unique volume by two renowned astrophotographers unveils the science and history behind 100 of the most significant astronomical images of all time. The authors have carefully selected their list of images from across time and technology to bring to the reader the most relevant photographic images spanning all eras of modern astronomical history. Based on scientific evidence today we have a basic notion of how Earth and the universe came to be. The road to this knowledge was paved with 175 years of astronomical images acquired by the coupling of two revolutionary technologies – the camera and telescope. With ingenuity and determination humankind would quickly embrace these technologies to tell the story of the cosmos and unravel its mysteries. This book presents in pictures and words a photographic chronology of our aspiration to understand the universe. From the first fledgling attempts to photograph the Moon, planets, and stars to the marvels of orbiting observatories that record the cosmos at energies beyond the range of human vision, astronomers have always relied on images to "break through" to the next level of understanding. A subset of these breakthrough images has profound significance in documenting some of the greatest milestones in modern astronomy.

Smart Chicks on ScreenSmart Chicks on Screen



11 July 1997. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/movies/ review97/contactkempley.htm (accessed 12 November 2013). Kessler, Elizabeth A. Picturing the Cosmos: Hubble Space Telescope Images and the Astro- nomical Sublime.

Author: Laura Mattoon D'Amore

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442237483

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Page: 256

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In Smart Chicks on Screen: Representing Women's Intellect in Film and Television, Laura Mattoon D’Amore brings together a collection of essays that examine the disparate portrayals of beauty and brains in film and television. This text will be of interest to scholars of film and television, communications, and women’s studies, to name a few.

Britannica Book of the Year 2014Britannica Book of the Year 2014



Also in 2013, NASA reported that one of these meteorites, named NWA 7034, which had been found in the Sahara in 2011, ... Such an image could never be taken from Earth-based telescopes, or even from the Hubble Space Telescope, ...

Author: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.

Publisher: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.

ISBN: 9781625131713

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Page: 882

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The Britannica Book of the Year 2014 provides a valuable viewpoint of the people and events that shaped the year and serves as a great reference source for the latest news on the ever changing populations, governments, and economies throughout the world. It is an accurate and comprehensive reference that you will reach for again and again.

Hollyweird ScienceHollyweird Science



4.5 Mission specialist Dr. Ryan Stone and astronaut Matt Kowalski work on the Hubble Space Telescope in Gravity (2013). (Copyright © Warner Brothers Pictures. Image credit: MovieStillsDB.com) is “cleaner”—while most hydrogen fusion ...

Author: Kevin R. Grazier

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319150727

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Page: 308

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Lighthearted, quirky, and upbeat, this book explores the portrayal of science and technology on both the big and little screen -- and how Hollywood is actually doing a better job of getting it right than ever before. Grounded in the real-word, and often cutting-edge, science and technology that inspires fictional science, the authors survey Hollywood depictions of topics such as quantum mechanics, parallel universes, and alien worlds. Including material from interviews with over two dozen writers, producers, and directors of acclaimed science-themed productions -- as well as scientists, science fiction authors, and science advisors -- Hollyweird Science examines screen science fiction from the sometimes-conflicting vantage points of storytellers, researchers, and viewers. Including a foreword by Eureka co-creator and executive producer Jaime Paglia, and an afterword by astronomer and science fiction author Michael Brotherton, Ph.D., this book is accessible to all readers from the layperson to the armchair expert to the professional scientist, and will delight all of them equally.

Microscopes and TelescopesMicroscopes and Telescopes



By 2005 , after four missions to repair or update its equipment , the Hubble Space Telescope was still producing excellent images . Its future is uncertain , though , because funding may not be available for further maintenance .

Author: Rebecca Stefoff

Publisher: Marshall Cavendish

ISBN: 0761422307

Category:

Page: 128

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Presents the history of the telescope and the microscope, explains how they work, and looks at their use today.

Options for Hubble ScienceOptions for Hubble Science



And that is also — makes it impossible , essentially impossible , from the point of view of celestial mechanics . THE HUBBLE SPACE TELESCOPE'S PROJECTED LIFE EXPECTANCY Mr. McCaul . Okay . I think that answers that .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science

Publisher:

ISBN: LOC:00177514652

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Page: 150

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Science Grade 4Science Grade 4



The faintest stars disappeared from view. Astronomers found that all those lights made telescopes less useful. In 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched. Orbiting nearly 400 miles above Earth's surface, there is no interference ...

Author: Spectrum

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9781624421839

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Page: 144

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Spectrum Science is sure to captivate students' interest with a variety of fascinating science information! The lessons, perfect for students in grade 4, strengthen science skills by focusing on data collection, life cycles, metals and alloys, space technology, population changes, and more! Each book features easy-to-understand directions, full-color illustrations, photos, and lively passages. It is aligned to national and state standards, and also includes a complete answer key. Today, more than ever, students need to be equipped with the essential skills they need for school achievement and for success on proficiency tests. The Spectrum series has been designed to prepare students with these skills and to enhance student achievement. Developed by experts in the field of education, each title in the Spectrum workbook series offers grade-appropriate instruction and reinforcement in an effective sequence for learning success. Perfect for use at home or in school, and a favorite of parents, homeschoolers, and teachers worldwide, Spectrum is the learning partner students need for complete achievement.

Commerce Justice Science and Related Agencies Appropriations for 2009Commerce Justice Science and Related Agencies Appropriations for 2009



The Hubble Space Telescope's launch in 1990 sped humanity to one of its greatest advances in that goal . ... light from distant objects , giving it a view of the universe that typically far surpasses that of ground - based telescopes .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105050476337

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Test Prep Level 1 Help for Hubble Comprehension and Critical ThinkingTest Prep Level 1 Help for Hubble Comprehension and Critical Thinking



Hubble. (cont.) 1. Why does NASA want to send a crew to the Hubble Space Telescope? a. The telescope needs to be taken apart. b. The telescope is getting old and needs ... NASA thinks the Hubble can keep taking pictures until 2013. b.

Author: Lisa Greathouse

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 9781480775459

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Page: 4

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Students read a high-interest nonfiction article, strengthen comprehension skills by responding to follow-up questions, study a primary source document, and demonstrate critical-thinking skills through document-based questions.

Assessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space TelescopeAssessment of Options for Extending the Life of the Hubble Space Telescope



However, for all work requiring high spatial resolution, wavelengths below 1 micron will remain the province of space telescopes for the foreseeable future. To equip a 3-meter ground-based telescope today with a system approaching ...

Author: National Research Council

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309165457

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Page: 160

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The Hubble Space Telescope (HST) has operated continuously since 1990. During that time, four space shuttle-based service missions were launched, three of which added major observational capabilities. A fifth â€" SM-4 â€" was intended to replace key telescope systems and install two new instruments. The loss of the space shuttle Columbia, however, resulted in a decision by NASA not to pursue the SM-4 mission leading to a likely end of Hubble's useful life in 2007-2008. This situation resulted in an unprecedented outcry from scientists and the public. As a result, NASA began to explore and develop a robotic servicing mission; and Congress directed NASA to request a study from the National Research Council (NRC) of the robotic and shuttle servicing options for extending the life of Hubble. This report presents an assessment of those two options. It provides an examination of the contributions made by Hubble and those likely as the result of a servicing mission, and a comparative analysis of the potential risk of the two options for servicing Hubble. The study concludes that the Shuttle option would be the most effective one for prolonging Hubble's productive life.

Comprehension and Critical Thinking Grade 1Comprehension and Critical Thinking Grade 1



Hubble. (cont.) 1. Why does NASA want to send a crew to the Hubble Space Telescope? a. The telescope needs to be taken apart. b. The telescope is getting old and needs ... NASA thinks the Hubble can keep taking pictures until 2013. b.

Author: Lisa Greathouse

Publisher: Teacher Created Materials

ISBN: 9781425893163

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Page: 112

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Build Grade 1 students' comprehension and critical thinking skills and prepare them for standardized tests with high-interest nonfiction articles from TIME For Kids®. This handy and easy-to-implement resource includes accompanying document-based questions that focus on key strategies for breaking down the passages to help students build cross-curricular reading skills. A document-based assessment sheet is also provided for each passage so students can investigate a topic in even deeper and more meaningful ways. This 112- page book includes a Teacher Resource CD with reproducible pages of artic.

PATTERNITYPATTERNITY



Kiler, USA, 2013 graphy Page 162 top, César Manrique Sculpture, Photography: PATTERNITY César Manrique Foundation, Lanzarote, 2014 Page 162 bottom, Navajo Indian wedding basket, Photography: Universal Images Group/Getty Images, ...

Author: PATTERNITY

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781840917093

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Page: 224

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"Astounding and mesmerising... Prepare to have your eyes opened - wide. " - Vogue Living "The founders of Patternity have earned their stripes and are on a mission to show just how much patterns can do.' - The Telegraph Pattern is everywhere we go and in everything we do. We wear patterns, we walk over them, we even eat, drink and think them - we always have and we always will - but it's unlikely they demand too much of our attention... Innovative creative and cultural organization PATTERNITY exists to join the dots. From fashion and design to the natural world, look beyond the mundane forms that we see every day to find the hidden beauty in the underlying patterns that normally pass us by. A source of endless inspiration and innovation, this uniquely curated book will open your eyes anew.

Saturn in the 21st CenturySaturn in the 21st Century



14.4.2 Observations Obtainable over the Next Three Decades from Near-Earth and Ground-Based Observatories 14.4.2.1 The Prospects from Space Observatories The 2.4-m Hubble Space Telescope is expected to operate until at least 2020 ...

Author: Kevin H. Baines

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107106772

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Page: 485

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A detailed overview of Saturn's formation, evolution and structure written by eminent planetary scientists involved in the Cassini Orbiter mission.

UniverseUniverse



94 THE VIEW FROM EARTH OBSERVING FROM SPACE 34 Electromagnetic radiation 36–37 Across the spectrum MANY OF THE GREATEST ... Probably the most famous space telescope is the Hubble Space Discovery, the Hubble Space Telescope orbits ...

Author: DK

Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Ltd

ISBN: 9780241490983

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Page: 528

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Marvel at the wonders of the Universe, from stars and planets to black holes and nebulae, in this exploration of our Solar System and beyond. Universe opens with a look at astronomy and the history of the Universe, using 3D artworks to provide a comprehensive grounding in the fundamental concepts of astronomy, including the basic techniques of practical astronomy. The core of the ebook is a tour of the cosmos covering the Solar System, the Milky Way, and galaxies beyond our own. Explanatory pages introduce different celestial phenomena, such as galaxies, and are followed by catalogues that profile the most interesting and important examples. A comprehensive star atlas completes the picture, with entries on each of the 88 constellations and a monthly sky eguide showing the night sky as it appears throughout the year as viewed from both the northern and southern hemispheres.

The Heavens Proclaim His GloryThe Heavens Proclaim His Glory



Hubble Servicing Mission 4 took place in May 2009. It is expected to extend Hubble's life into at least 2013. A rejuvenated telescope will continue to beam images of the heavens back to Earth, transferring about 120 gigabytes of data ...

Author: Thomas Nelson

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9780529124326

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Page: 176

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“I can see how it might be possible for a man to look down upon the earth and be an atheist, but I cannot conceive how he could look up into the heavens and say there is no God.” Abraham Lincoln Our world displays the handiwork of God all around us—in the land and sea, the animals and the plants. But in respect to the sky, the heavens, the universe...there’s a realm of beauty and creation man has not been able to witness, until now. The Heavens Proclaim His Glory is a compilation of stunning photography taken by NASA’s Hubble® Telescope capturing striking images of stars, galaxies, cosmic events, planets, and more. Vivid up-close photographs are paired with a romantic Psalm or quote, as well as a short description of the image. The Heavens will open up a whole new world of worship and praise for our God. Contributors include: Francis Chan, Mike Huckabee, John MacArthur, Stephen Mansfield, Sarah Young, Max Lucado, Jenna Lucado, Henry & Richard Blackaby, Robert Morgan, Kirk Cameron, Homer Hickam, and more.

Extending ScienceExtending Science



Hubble Space Telescope The accelerated expansion of the universe due to dark energy is discovered by observations of Type Ia ... 2013). Spitzer Space Telescope Together with Hubble Space Telescope identified very distant galaxy GNz-11, ...

Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine

Publisher: National Academies Press

ISBN: 9780309448819

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Page: 96

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NASA operates a large number of space science missions, approximately three-quarters of which are currently in their extended operations phase. They represent not only a majority of operational space science missions, but a substantial national investment and vital national assets. They are tremendously scientifically productive, making many of the major discoveries that are reported in the media and that rewrite textbooks. Extending Science â€" NASA's Space Science Mission Extensions and the Senior Review Process evaluates the scientific benefits of missions extensions, the current process for extending missions, the current biennial requirement for senior reviews of mission extensions, the balance between starting new missions and extending operating missions, and potential innovative cost-reduction proposals for extended missions, and makes recommendations based on this review.