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piątek, 01 sierpnia 2008

Total Solar Eclipse, which occurs August 1, 2008, will be brodcasted live in the internet. Webcasts starts approximately, depending on world region, at 9:30 GMT (10:30 CEST). Below is the list of live webcast sources.

Europe, Norway (partial eclipse):

  • http://www.astrofoto.no/webcast/ (no transmisson yet /9:37 GMT/)

Live Transmission from Russia:

  • http://novosibirskguide.com/eclipse-2008/live-broadcasting/ (Novosybirsk, live webcast starts at 9:30 GMT)
  • http://www.live-eclipse.org/ 

Total Eclipse Live from China:

  • http://www.exploratorium.edu/eclipse/2008/ (broadcast starts at 10:30 GMT)
  • http://sems1.cs.und.edu/%7Esems/index.php
  • http://www.atlaspost.com/2008tse

Enjoy watching your Total Eclipse Live Webcasts!

czwartek, 27 marca 2008

After 16 days in space and 250 orbits of the Earth, space shuttle Endeavour touched down at 8:39 p.m. EST Wednesday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, bringing the STS-123 mission to a flawless end.

Source: <a href='http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/main/index.html' target=_blank'>nasa.gov</a>

Video & image gallery are available on NASA pages:

poniedziałek, 10 marca 2008

Space shuttle Endeavour is ready for launch. Liftoff is scheduled for Tuesday March 11, 2:28 EDT (06:28 UTC) from Kennedy Space Center, Florida

The STS-123 mission is commanded by Dominic Gorie. The crew also includes Pilot Gregory H. Johnson, Mission Specialists Rick Linnehan, Robert L. Behnken, Mike Foreman, Garrett Reisman and Japanese astronaut Takao Doi.

The crew will deliver the first section of the made-in-japan Kibo laboratory and "Dextre" - the Canadian two-armed robotic system to International Space Station (ISS)

The launch of STS-123 will be webcasted live on NASA TV page

niedziela, 09 marca 2008

Ariane 5 ATV Jules Verne has been launched into space at 04:03 GMT from Kourou Space Center in French Guiana. More information (images, vodeos, transmission of the start) are available on ATV Blog.

"Jules Verne, the first of the European Space Agency’s Automated Transfer Vehicles (ATV), a new series of autonomous spaceships designed to re-supply and re-boost the International Space Station (ISS), was successfully launched into low Earth orbit by an Ariane 5 vehicle this morning."

"Lift-off occurred at 05:03 CET (01:03 local) from the Guiana Space Centre, Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana. This flight required a new version of Europe’s workhorse launcher, the Ariane 5ES, specially adapted to the task of lofting the nearly 20-tonne vehicle – more than twice as heavy as the previous largest Ariane 5 payload – to a low circular orbit inclined at 51.6 degrees relative to the Equator and equipped with an upper stage with re-ignition capabilities." 

sobota, 08 marca 2008

For english speaking visitors:

Ariane 5 and ATV Jules Verne launch online transmission will be available on: http://www.esa.int/SPECIALS/ATV/SEM35OK26DF_0.html (and possibly on: http://www.videocorner.tv/index.php?langue=en. The launch is scheduled on sunday March 9, 03:59 UTC (GMT) at Kouru Space Center (French Guiana). Webcast will start at 3:03 UTC and will continue for 86 minutes after the launch.

The launch is delayed 24 hours due to a technical concern about the ATV/Ariane 5 launcher separation system. Previously, Ariane 5 and ATV Jules Verne launch was scheduled on March 8, 04:23 GMT

Image: webservices.esa.int