Posts Tagged ‘World’

Comments Off on 6 Sky Events This Week : Taurids, Lagoon, and Neptune

(The moon and Venus help guide sky-watchers this week to the Lagoon nebula. Credit: N. A. Sharp, REU Program/NOAO/AURA/NSF).  Sky-watchers will see a sprinkling of shooting stars, bask under autumn’s brightest star pattern, and take a dip in a cosmic lagoon. Taurid meteors. Look toward the southeast sky on Monday, November 4, and into the […]

Comments Off on Best Space Photos of the Week

Blue Fire Image courtesy STEREO/ESA/NASA Resembling a fiery blue marble, the sun is captured in this dramatic extreme-ultraviolet-light image by NASA’s STEREO spacecraft on September 27. While the sun is at its maximum level of activity on its 11-year sunspot cycle, its surface the past month appears strangely quiet, with few solar storms and nearly no […]

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Comments Off on Kisah Nyata Mahasiswa Indonesia di Singapura

Suatu pagi, kami jemput Client, orang tersebut sudah tua. Bapak ini seorang pengusaha asal Singapura, logat bicaranya gaya melayu & english, beliau menceritakan pengalaman hidupnya pada kami : “your country is so rich!” (Negaramu sangat kaya) Dalam hatiku : “Ah, biasa banget denger kalimat itu” Tapi tunggu, dia berkata: “Indonesia doesn’t need the world, but […]

Comments Off on Take a Look in the Mirror: The Awesome Diversity of Earth Captured for National Geographic Contest

The wonder and beauty of Planet Earth is illustrated perfectly in this years ongoing series of entries submitted for National Geographic Traveler’s Photo Contest Regardless of whether the images were captured by amateur or professional photographers, thousands of pictures flooded into the contest which boasts four categories, including portraits, outdoor scenes, sense of place and […]

Comments Off on The Best Shots of Biggest Full Moon in 2013

Golden Moon Photograph by Scott Tully, National Geographic Your Shot The supermoon shines with a golden hue on June 23 in this image from Connecticut-based photographer Scott Tully. In general, the most picturesque moments occur in the minutes after local sunset, when the moon rises above the horizon, and then again before sunrise, as the […]

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About 3.8 to 4 billion years ago Earth suffered what scientists call the late Heavy Bombardment: a mysterious rain of asteroids and comets that pummeled most of its surface. The moon was heavily cratered then too. Art by Dana Berry; Sources: Stephen Mojzsis, University of Colorado/NASA Lunar Science Institute; William Bottke, Southwest Research Institute (SWRI).