¡La mejores 15 fotos de la NASA en este 2015!

La NASA ha revelado las mejores fotos de este 2015, y no podemos dejar de sorprendernos con estas hermosas fotos de el espacio. Si te gustan las fotografías del espacio, es una cuenta que sin duda debes seguir. Mira acá las mejores tomas: 15. Una aurora boreal desde el espacio, fotografiada por Scott Kelly Before drifting off […]

¡La mejores 15 fotos de la NASA en este 2015!

diciembre 30th, 2015

La NASA ha revelado las mejores fotos de este 2015, y no podemos dejar de sorprendernos con estas hermosas fotos de el espacio. Si te gustan las fotografías del espacio, es una cuenta que sin duda debes seguir. Mira acá las mejores tomas:

15. Una aurora boreal desde el espacio, fotografiada por Scott Kelly

14.- Esta increíble imagen de un agujero negro en honor al «Black Friday»

Just like the smallest stores can fit massive crowds on Black Friday, this small galaxy contains a supermassive black hole. Astronomers using data from our Hubble Space Telescope have found this unlikely object in an improbably place — a monster black hole lurking inside one of the tiniest galaxies ever known. If you lived inside this dwarf galaxy, the night sky would dazzle with at least 1 million stars visible to the naked eye. Our nighttime sky as seen from Earth’s surface shows 4,000 stars. The finding implies there are many other compact galaxies in the universe that contain supermassive black holes. Today is our third annual #BlackHoleFriday, where we’re posting pics & info about black holes on #BlackFriday. Credit: NASA, ESA, STScI-PRC14-41a #blackhole #blackholes #NASA #Space Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

13.- Una «calabaza solar» para festejar Halloween con sus seguidores

12.-Un reclutamiento laboral

11.- Dos de las lunas de Saturno en perfecta alineación

10.- La Tierra desde la Luna

Our Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter recently captured a unique view of Earth from the spacecraft’s vantage point in orbit around the moon. Seen in this composite image, we see Earth appear to rise over the lunar horizon from the viewpoint of the spacecraft, with the center of the Earth just off the coast of Liberia. On the moon, we get a glimpse of the crater Compton, which is located just beyond the eastern limb of the moon, on the lunar farside. LRO was launched on June 18, 2009, and has collected a treasure trove of data with its seven powerful instruments, making an invaluable contribution to our knowledge about the moon. LRO experiences 12 earthrises every day; however the spacecraft is almost always busy imaging the lunar surface so only rarely does an opportunity arise such that its camera instrument can capture a view of Earth. Image credit: NASA/Goddard/Arizona State University #nasa #space #moon #earth #science #astronomy #lro #lunar #earthrise Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

9.- África desde el espacio, fotografiada por el astronauta estadounidense Scott Kelly

8.- El lanzamiento de la nave Soyuz con los astronautas Tim Kopra, Yuri Malenchenko y Tim Peake a bordo

 

The Soyuz spacecraft launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan to the International Space Station (@ISS) at 6:03 a.m. EST Tuesday (5:03 p.m. in Baikonur). Tim Kopra of NASA, Tim Peake of ESA (European Space Agency), and Yuri Malenchenko of Roscosmos are now safely in orbit. Malenchenko, Kopra, and Peake will spend the next six-months living and working aboard the International Space Station. Photo Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky #nasa #space #soyuz #spacestation @iss #rocket #rocketlaunch #launch Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

7.-Un sable láser cósmico descubierto por el telescopioHubble

6.- La evidencia de una «excavación arqueológica cósmica» realizada por sus científicos

Conducting a “cosmic archaeological dig” at the very heart of our Milky Way galaxy, astronomers uncovered the blueprints of our galaxy’s early construction phase. Peering deep into the Milky Way’s crowded central hub of stars, researchers using our Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered for the first time a population of ancient white dwarfs — smoldering remnants of once-vibrant stars that inhabited the core. Finding these relics at last can yield clues to how our galaxy was built, long before Earth and our sun formed. This image is a small section of Hubble’s view of the dense collection of stars crammed together in the galactic bulge. The region surveyed is located 26,000 light-years away. Credits: NASA/ESA/STScI/SWEEPS Science Team #nasa #space #galaxy #milklyway #hubble #hst #astronomy #nasabeyond #science Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

5.- Para inagurar la posibilidad de publicar fotos verticales en Instagram, una foto de la Tierra desde la Estación Espacial Internacional

Conducting a “cosmic archaeological dig” at the very heart of our Milky Way galaxy, astronomers uncovered the blueprints of our galaxy’s early construction phase. Peering deep into the Milky Way’s crowded central hub of stars, researchers using our Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered for the first time a population of ancient white dwarfs — smoldering remnants of once-vibrant stars that inhabited the core. Finding these relics at last can yield clues to how our galaxy was built, long before Earth and our sun formed. This image is a small section of Hubble’s view of the dense collection of stars crammed together in the galactic bulge. The region surveyed is located 26,000 light-years away. Credits: NASA/ESA/STScI/SWEEPS Science Team #nasa #space #galaxy #milklyway #hubble #hst #astronomy #nasabeyond #science

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4.- Italia en la noche desde el espacio, tomada por el astronauta Scott Kelly

 

Before drifting off to sleep, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly (@stationcdrkelly) captured this images from the International Space Station and wrote, ” Day 180. Moonlight over Italy. #BuonaNotte Good night from @ISS! #YearInSpace‬.” Kelly is living and working off the Earth, for the Earth aboard the station for a yearlong mission. Traveling the world about 250 miles above the Earth, and at 17,500 mph, he circumnavigates the globe more than a dozen times a day. Image Credit: NASA #nasa #spacestation #space #earth #iss Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

3.- Y esta impactante imagen de una aurora boreal tomada en Harstad, Noruega 

On the night of Oct. 8, a photographer in Harstad, Norway captured this image of the dancing northern lights. Auroras are created when fast-moving, magnetic solar material strikes Earth’s magnetic bubble, the magnetosphere. This collision rattles the magnetosphere in an event called a geomagnetic storm, sending trapped charged particles zooming down magnetic field lines towards the atmosphere, where they collide brilliantly with molecules in the air, creating auroras. Though many geomagnetic storms are associated with clouds of solar material that explode from the sun in an event called a coronal mass ejection, or CME, this storm was caused by an especially fast stream of solar wind. “Geomagnetic storms caused by high-speed solar wind streams aren’t uncommon,” said Leila Mays, a space physicist at our Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. “Near solar minimum-when solar activity like CMEs are less frequent-these fast streams are actually the most common cause of geomagnetic storms that create auroras.” Image courtesy of Johnny Henriksen/Spaceweather.com #nasa #space #photography #aurora #spaceweather #nasabeyond #sun #earth #science Una foto publicada por NASA (@nasa) el

2.- Además de esta espectacular imagen de la superluna roja tomada en Washington, DC

1.- Por último, una de las primeras imágenes de Plutón tomadas por la sonda New Horizons

 

Gorgeous Pluto! The dwarf planet has sent a love note back to Earth via our New Horizons spacecraft, which has traveled more than 9 years and 3+ billion miles. This is the last and most detailed image of Pluto sent to Earth before the moment of closest approach, which was at 7:49 a.m. EDT Tuesday – about 7,750 miles above the surface — roughly the same distance from New York to Mumbai, India – making it the first-ever space mission to explore a world so far from Earth. This stunning image of the dwarf planet was captured from New Horizons at about 4 p.m. EDT on July 13, about 16 hours before the moment of closest approach. The spacecraft was 476,000 miles (766,000 kilometers) from the surface. Images from closest approach are expected to be released on Wednesday, July 15. Image Credit: NASA/JHUAPL/SwRI #nasa #pluto #plutoflyby #newhorizons#solarsystem #nasabeyond #science

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