What’s 360 These Days?

Amazing 360 view of the First Stage Landing on Droneship. Just an amazing video although it is short you feel like your there watching this excitement unwind. Just fa-nominal footage as it lands. Listen to the crackle and watch as it descends at sea, simply out of this world, or should I say ,into this world? Back in early April, Elon Musk’s Space X finally achieved its goal of landing its reusable Falcon 9 rocketon a drone at sea. Shortly after, the space agency shared some impressive photos , of the landing, but now they’ve gone one step further and released an amazing 360-degree video of the event. The footage gives you a first-hand look at what it would be like to stand on the floating platform as the rocket touches down above you.This is the first time SpaceX has every released a 360-degree video, and hopefully it’s the first of many to come.

If you’re watching the video from a desktop browser, you can of course click and drag the point of view around to see different angles. But to experience it in a really special way, you need to use a VR headset.According to SpaceX has been trying for some time now to land one of its rockets after being launched into space, with prior failures and close attempts leading up to the April landing. That specific rocket had been used to deliver supplies to the International Space Station, and upon landing, SpaceX collected it to study its condition.It’s not clear yet if the booster will be used once again, and thus fulfill SpaceX’s mission of developing reusable rockets, but the agency has said that if it meets their requirements, they will re-launch it sometime in the near future.


Why Major In This!

So here we have it the top Roles to major in to make you a success. Hmm, No surprise technology is one of the top rated college majors, as I told you” I use to be human like you, “… NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find… Continue reading Why Major In This!

Is It Burping?

NASA saw something come out of a black hole for the first time ever in 2015, but what is it?. You don’t have to know a whole lot about science to know that black holes typically suck things in, not spew things out. But NASA just spotted something mighty strange at the super massive black… Continue reading Is It Burping?

Come Along For The Journey

Have you ever wondered what it might be like to be inside a black hole?I do and it is as interesting as sounds.What would the journey be like? What would we see? Why not take a journey with me my friends? Come on lets go! Music: http://audiojungle.net/item/lyric-bea… Commentary by: https://www.youtube.com/user/baertaffy http://IWasHumanOnce.myitworks.com  

Interstellar Traveler, NASA’s Voyager 1 Probe On 40,000Year Trek to Distant Star

NASA’s news Voyager 1 probe has left the solar system, its next big spaceflight milestone comes with the flyby of another star — in 40,000 years.Voyager 1 has entered interstellar space in August 2012, nearly 35 years after blasting off, scientists announced Thursday (Sept. 12). As it leaves our solar system behind, the robotic spacecraft is streaking toward an encounter with a star called AC +79 3888, which lies 17.6 light-years from Earth.It’s on it’s way home soon how cool is that!We will have so much new information and it is very exciting.”Voyager’s on its way to a close approach with it in about 40,000 years,” Voyager project manager Suzanne Dodd, of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., told reporters Thursday. “It’s going to come within 1.7 light-years of this star — and it’ll swing by it, and it will continue to orbit around the center of our Milky Way galaxy The probe won’t beam home any data from AC +79 3888’s neighborhood, of course. Voyager 1’s declining power supply will force the mission team to turn off its first instrument in 2020, and all of the science gear will stop working by 2025, Dodd said.a dozen years or so to study interstellar space up close, and researchers can’t wait to see what the probe observes in this unexplored realm.on how interstellar plasma flows around the heliosphere Voyager 1 and its twin, Voyager 2, launched a few weeks apart in 1977 to study Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The duo completed this unprecedented “grand tour” in 1989, and then embarked on a new mission to investigate the outer reaches of the solar system andthe huge bubble of charged particles and magnetic fields that the sun puffs out around itself  said Voyager chief scientist Ed Stone, a physicist at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.By Mike Wall, Senior Writer | September 12, 2013 02:01pm ET Originally

Voyager 1, which is zipping along at 38,000 mph (61,000 km/h), is currently 11.7 billion miles (18.8 billion kilometers) from Earth. Voyager 2 took a different route through the solar system and is now 9.5 billion miles (15.3 billion km) from home.Voyager 2 may join its twin in interstellar space three or four years from now, Stone said, stressing that it’s tough to predict a departure date in advance.
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Story By Mike Wall, Senior Writer September 12, 2013 02:01pm ET Original Story By Space.com

What’s Inside Jupiter? Electric Jupiter Juice?

http://IWasHumanOnce.myitworks.comJuneua Jupiter and Earth are closest, at 413 million miles, which happens every 13 months. In July, the Juno probe will enter Jovian orbit, skimming just 3100 miles from the cloud tops. Repeated passes should give researchers a good idea of the planet’s composition, which likely includes ha vast reserve of hydrogen compressed to the… Continue reading What’s Inside Jupiter? Electric Jupiter Juice?

Can Humanoid Robot R5: Valkyrie ‘Get Jiggy With It’ In NASA

Valkyrie is ‘Getting Jiggy With It’ at NASA. I think he needs some more rhythm…but he does have a graceful, something going on.NASA’s latest robotic addition had been created to “perform in extreme environments.” The space agency is investing in robotics for deep space exploration and Valkyrie will compete in their Space Robotics Challenge this… Continue reading Can Humanoid Robot R5: Valkyrie ‘Get Jiggy With It’ In NASA