Firing an engine that will power humans to deep space, testing a potential power source for future exploration, plus more on ‘This Week @NASA’. Watch for the full week’s recap:
This week's 'Skim: How brands can switch up their social strategy in the wake of Facebook's big algorithm change; WhatsApp officially launches its business-friendly app in six markets; just how angry Snapchat users are about the app's redesign; Facebook's plans to become more local, and to declutter Messenger in 2018; and much more...
www.marketingprofs.com Update, week of 15 Jan. 2018: Facebook's algo change aftermath; WhatsApp business app; Snapchat redesign, unhappy users; Facebook grows more local and launches Watch Parties; much...
Old Moon in the New Moon's Arms - Also known as the Moon's "ashen glow" or the "Old Moon in the New Moon's arms", earthshine is earthlight reflected from the Moon's night side. This stunning image of earthshine from a young crescent moon was taken from Las Campanas Observatory, Atacama Desert, Chile, planet Earth near moonset on January 18. More at - https://go.nasa.gov/2rnyrI3
Crew assignments for future International Space Station missions in 2018 updated:
Crews cleaned out their spacesuits to prepare for two upcoming #spacewalks, science returned to Earth aboard a SpaceX #Dragon cargo vehicle, plus much more! Watch for a full week’s recap of activities on the International Space Station: Have questions? Use #SpaceToGround for a chance to have them answered in a future episode!
There are two spacewalks coming up on Jan. 23 and 29. Find out what tasks the astronauts will complete while floating outside the International Space Station by tuning in today at 2 p.m. EST! https://www.nasa.gov/live Have questions? Use #askNASA
Я смотрю YouTube много лет и идея, завести канал засела в голове уже давно. Память у меня самая настоящая девичья и множество событий катастрофически быстро стираются из памяти… Канал я создала ещё 19 апреля 2016 года, но до сих пор не добавила туда ни одного видеоролика. Почему?
Clouds in the LMC - An alluring sight in southern skies, the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) is seen in this deep and detailed telescopic mosaic. The largest satellite of our Milky Way Galaxy, the LMC is about 15,000 light-years across and lies a mere 160,000 light-years away toward the constellation Dorado. More at - https://go.nasa.gov/2DrcjRT