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NASA Conferencia Abril 2017

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Here's some of the stories trending in this week at NASA two long-running NASA missions are providing new details about ocean bearing moons of Jupiter and Saturn further heightening scientific interest in these and other ocean worlds in our solar system and beyond the details discussed during an April 13 NASA science briefing include announcement by the Cassini mission that a key ingridient for life has been found in the ocean on Saturn's moon Enceladus meanwhile researchers using the Hubble Space Telescope observed a probable plume erupting from the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa at the same location where Hubble saw evidence of a plume in 2014 researchers say that this can be circumstantial evidence of water erupting from the moon interior Hubble's monitoring of plume activity on Europa and Cassini long term investigation on Enceladus are laying the groundwork for NASA's Europa Clipper Mission which is being planned for launch in the 2020s On April 10 the International Space Station's Expedition 50 crew including NASA's Shane Kimbrough returned safely to earth hours after leaving the station Kimbrough and crew-mates Sergei Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko of the Russian Space Agency Roscosmos landed in Kazakhstan wrapping up a 173-day mission Expedition 51 commander Peggy Whitson of NASA remains on the station along with her crew-mates Oleg Novitskiy of Roscosmos and Thomas Pesquet of ESA Meanwhile expedition 51-52 the next crew added to the station is conducting final pre-launch activities at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan NASA's Jack Fisher and Soyuz commander Fyodor Yurchikhin of Roscosmos will launch from Baikonur April 20 4 1/2 month mission on the space station the backup crew NASA's Randy Bresnick and Sergei Ryazanskiy of Roscosmos also are participating in the pre-launch activities NASA announced the preliminary winners of its 2017 student launch overall winners will be announced in mid-may after final calculations have been reviewed for accuracy the event took place April 8 in Toney Alabama near NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center students demonstrated advanced aerospace and engineering skills by launching their rockets to an altitude of 1 mile deploying in an automated parachute system and landing the Rockets safely for reuse the event aligns with NASA's major education goal of encouraging students to pursue degrees and careers in science technology engineering and mathematics On April 11 a groundbreaking took place at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton Virginia for a Langley's new measurement systems laboratory state and local officials and community leaders attended the event including Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe US Senator Mark Warner US representatives Bobby Scott and Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck the 175,000 square foot lab will be a world-class facility for research and development of new measurement concepts technologies and systems that will enable NASA to achieve its mission in space exploration science and aeronautics On April 11 space fans showed up at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington for one of the many Yuri's night celebrations around the world the events are held each year on or around April 12 On April 12 1961 Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first human to travel to space on April 12, 1981 NASA astronauts John Young and Bob Crippen launched the board space Shuttle Columbia on STS -1 the two-day mission was the first in the Shuttle programs 30 year history And that's what's up this week @NASA for more on these and other stories follow us on social media and visit

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Duration: 4 minutes and 24 seconds
Year: 2017
Country: United States
Language: English
License: Dotsub - Standard License
Producer: NASA
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Posted by: ftruccoh on Apr 21, 2017

NASA Conferencia 13 de Abril 2017
Subtítulos en español: Astroblog Fernando Trucco

Dos extensas misiones de la NASA han proporcionando nuevos detalles sobre las lunas oceánicas de Júpiter y Saturno - aumentando el interés científico en estos y otros "mundos oceánicos" de nuestro sistema solar y más allá. Los detalles - discutidos durante una conferencia de ciencia de la NASA el 13 de abril - incluyen el anuncio de la misión Cassini sobre el encuentro de un ingrediente clave para la vida en un océano de la luna de Saturno, Encelado.
Noticias destacadas de la NASA en conferencia del 13/04/2017. Para mayores detalles:

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