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#928

From the Offworld Series running on tested:

Featuring Aerospace Engineer Dr. Christianna Taylor and Scott Manley. :slight_smile:


#929


Think thats good perspective as it has ordinary moon like our moon, and then that Titan


#930

…That’s no moon.

OK, it is, but I had to. it’s not Tethys, though, it’s Mimas. You can tell by its characteristic huge crater, and from the looks of it, it’s cleared Saturn and ready to fire on Titan.

Also, I couldn’t find the gif I wanted. Closest thing to it.


#931

Not astronomy as such, but some cool (or hot) stuff worth sharing :slight_smile:


#932

I’m always searching for over 20min episodes and I dont like these quickly as possible cuts


#933

Timing wise Parker is nicely happening as I just understood like last year that these dont know shit :joy:

Magnetic field seems to “whip” around like hair, and I understood that if those touch, it may, or may not cause flare burp :man_shrugging:t2:


#934

ftp://apollo.ssl.berkeley.edu/pub/FIELDS/1_Management/1.0_Proposal/Final_Proposal/FIELDS_FactSheet.pdf

ftp://apollo.ssl.berkeley.edu/pub/FIELDS/1_Management/1.0_Proposal/Final_Proposal/FIELDS_10-SPP10-0005.pdf

ftp://sohoftp.nascom.nasa.gov/solarsoft/psp/wispr/idl/jpl/Vizzer_User_Guide.pdf

ftp://sohoftp.nascom.nasa.gov/solarsoft/psp/wispr/idl/jpl/SORBET_UserGuide.pdf

ftp://geosp-server.aquila.infn.it/isss/corso2011/velli.pdf


#935

Parker Solar Probe AKA Solar Probe Plus

http://parkersolarprobe.jhuapl.edu/The-Mission/index.php

http://www.issfd.org/ISSFD_2014/ISSFD24_Paper_S6-2_Guo.pdf

https://aip.scitation.org/doi/abs/10.1063/1.4811083?journalCode=apc

http://www.jhuapl.edu/techdigest/TD/td2803/23Mehoke.pdf

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6496957/


#936

ctrl+f
“interests”

:smirk:


#937

I could probably get the mission and spacecraft design docs if I wanted to


#938

Or maybe I posted them already…


#939

Think it would be interesting little “test” to replicate results as they come

Like the worst case scenario would be that I simply cannot do it, and almost as bad would be that I know why cant I do it


#940

https://solarprobe.gsfc.nasa.gov/SolarProbePlus_pre.pdf#page=14

image

The spacecraft’s near-ecliptic orbit allows repeated
measurement…
…of polar coronal holes.


#941

It seems coming form the supermasive black hole in the center of the galaxy.


#942

This covers the mission that was chosen in several aspects

http://www.issfd.org/ISSFD_2014/ISSFD24_Paper_S6-2_Guo.pdf


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#944

you could say that they just put ultima

online


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