Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Astronomie, Astronomía, Astronomie, Astronomia, Astronomy

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astronautix
Encyclopedia Astronautica
Raumfahrt-Enzyklopädie

(E?)(L1) http://www.astronautix.com/

25,498 pages - 9,398 images (12.04.2009)


(E?)(L1) http://www.astronautix.com/thisday/janary01.htm
Today in Space History

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constellationsofwords
Etymology and Symbolism of the Constellations

(E?)(L?) http://www.constellationsofwords.com/

Explore the Etymology and Symbolism of the Constellations

On each of the constellation pages under the subheading "Clues to the meaning of this celestial feature" the symbolism and etymology of the name of the constellation is explored.

This study is based on the belief that each constellation has its own unique clusters of related concepts, and that the etymology of the names and associated key words will express their essential meaning.
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ANDROMEDA (Andromeda) | ANTLIA (Luftpumpe) | APUS (Paradiesvogel) | AQUARIUS (Wassermann) | AQUILA (Adler) | ARA (Altar) | ARGO NAVIS | ARIES (Widder) | AURIGA (Fuhrmann) | BOOTES (Bärenhüter) | CAELUM (Grabstichel) | CAMELOPARDALIS (Giraffe) | CANCER (Krebs) | CANIS MAJOR (Großer Hund) | CANIS MINOR (Kleiner Hund) | CANES VENATICI (Jagdhunde) | CAPRICORN (Steinbock) | CARINA (Kiel des Schiffes) | CASSIOPEIA (Cassiopeia) | CENTAURUS (Zentaur) | CEPHEUS (Cepheus) | CETUS (Wal) | CHAMAELEON (Chamäleon) | CIRCINUS (Zirkel) | COLUMBA (Taube) | COMA BERENICES (Haupthaar der Berenice) | CORONA AUSTRALIS (Südliche Krone) | CORONA BOREALIS (Nördliche Krone) | CORVUS (Rabe) | CRATER (Becher) | CRUX (Kreuz) | CYGNUS (Schwan) | | DORADO (Schwertfisch) | DRACO (Drache) | EQUULEUS (Füllen) | ERIDANUS (Fluss Eridanus) | FORNAX (Chemischer Ofen) | GEMINI (Zwillinge) | GRUS (Kranich) | HERCULES (Herkules) | | HYDRA (Weibliche Wasserschlange, Nördliche Wasserschlange, Hydra) | HYDRUS (Männliche Wasserschlange, Südliche Wasserschlange, Hydrus) | INDUS (Inder) | LACERTA (Eidechse) | LEO (Löwe) | LEO MINOR (Kleiner Löwe) | LEPUS (Hase) | LIBRA (Waage) | LUPUS (Wolf) | LYRA (Leier) | MENSA (Tafelberg) | MICROSCOPIUM (Mikroskop) | MONOCEROS (Einhorn) | MUSCA (Fliege) | NORMA (Winkelmaß) | OCTANS (Oktant) | OPHIUCHUS (Schlangenträger) | ORION (Orion) | PAVO (Pfau) | PEGASUS (Pegasus) | PERSEUS (Perseus) | PHOENIX (Phönix) | PICTOR (Malerstaffelei) | PISCES (Fische) | PISCIS AUSTRINUS (Südlicher Fisch) | PUPPIS (Hinterteil des Schiffes) | PYXIS (Schiffskompass) | RETICULUM (Netz) | SAGITTA (Pfeil) | SAGITTARIUS (Schütze) | SCORPIO (Skorpion) | SCULPTOR (Bildhauerwerkstatt) | SCUTUM (Sobieskischer Schild) | SERPENS (Schlange) | SEXTANS (Sextant) | TAURUS (Stier) | TELESCOPIUM (Fernrohr) | TRIANGULUM (Dreieck) | TRIANGULUM AUSTRALIS (Südliches Dreieck) | TUCANA (Tukan) | URSA MAJOR (Großer Bär) | URSA MINOR (Kleiner Bär) | VELA (Segel des Schiffes) | VIRGO (Jungfrau) | VOLANS (Fliegender Fisch) | VULPECULA (Fuchs)


(E?)(L?) http://www.constellationsofwords.com/stars/Stars_alphabet.htm

THE FIXED STARS

ACAMAR | ACHERNAR | ACHIRD | ACRAB | ACRUX | ACUBENS (Sertan) | ACULEUS | ACUMEN | ADARA | ADHAFERA | ADHIL | AGENA | AIN | AL HECKA | AL JABHAH | AL PHERG | AL TARF | ALBALDAH | ALBALI | ALBIREO | ALCHITA | ALCOR | ALCYONE | ALDEBARAN | ALDERAMIN | ALFARD | ALGENIB | ALGIEBA | ALGOL | ALGORAB | ALHENA | ALIOTH | ALKAID (Benetnash) | ALKALUROPS | ALKES | ALMACH | ALNAIR | ALNASL (Spiculum) | ALNILAM (Cingula Orionis) | ALNITAK | ALPHECCA (Gemma) | ALPHERATZ | ALPHIRK | ALRAI | ALRISHA | ALSHAIN | ALSHAT | ALSUHAIL | ALTAIR | ALTERF | ALUDRA | ALULA AUSTRALE | ALULA BOREALE | ALWAID Rastaban | ALYA | ALZIRR | ANCHA | ANGETENAR | ANKAA | ANTARES | ARCTURUS | ARKAB POSTERIOR | ARKAB PRIOR | ARMUS | ARNEB | ARRAKIS | ASCELLA | ASELLUS AUSTRAL | ASELLUS BOREALIS | ASTERION (Chara) | ASTEROPE | ATIKS | ATLAS | ATRIA | AUVA | AVIOR | AZELFAFAGE | AZHA | AZMIDISKE | BATEN KAITOS | BEID | BELLATRIX | BETELGEUSE | BIHAM | BOS | BOTEIN | CANOPUS | CAPELLA | CAPH | CAPULUS | CASTOR | CASTRA | CEGINUS | CELAENO | CIH | COPULA | COR CAROLI (Chara) | COXA | CURSA | DABIH | DENEB ADIGE | DENEB ALGEDI | DENEB KAITOS (Difda) | DENEB OKAB | DENEBOLA | DHENEB | DIADEM | DORSUM | DSCHUBBA (Isidus) | DUBHE | DZIBAN | EDASICH | EL KOPHRAH | EL NATH | ELECTRA | ENIF | ENSIS M42, The Great Orion Nebula | ERAKIS | ETAMIN (Rastaban) | FACIES | FOMALHAUT | FORAMEN | FURUD | GACRUX | GIANSAR | GIEDI PRIMA | GIEDI SECUNDA | GIENAH (CRV) | GIENAH (CYG) | GOMEISA | GRAFIAS | GRUMIUM | HAMAL | HAN | HASSELEH | HATSYA | HEZE | HOEDUS I Haedi1 | HOEDUS II Haedi11 | HOMAM | HYADUM II | IZAR | JABBAH | KAFFALJIDHMA | KAJAM | KAUS AUSTRALIS | KAUS BOREALIS | KAUS MEDIUS | KEID | KELB ALRAI | KERB | KHAMBALIA | KITALPHA | KOCHAB | KORNEPHOROS | KRAZ | KUMA | KURDAH | LABRUM | LESATH | MAASYM | MAIA | MANUBRIUM | MARFIK | MARKAB | MARKEB | MARSIK | MATAR | MEBSUTA | MEGREZ | MEISSA (Heka) | MEKBUDA | MENKALINAN | MENKAR | MENKENT | MENKIB | MERAK | MERGA | MEROPE | MESARTHIM | METALLAH | MIAPLACIDUS | MIMOSA | MINKAR | MINTAKA | MIRA | MIRACH | MIRAM | MIRFAK | MIRZAM | MISAM | MIZAR | MUFRID | MULIPHEIN | MUSCIDA | NAOS | NASHIRA | NEKKAR | NIHAL | NODUS I | NODUS II | NUNKI (Pelagus) | NUSAKAN | OCULUS | PEACOCK | PHACT | PHECDA | PHERKAD | PLEIONE | POLARIS | POLIS | POLLUX | PORRIMA (Caphir) | PRAECIPUA | PRAESAEPE | PRIMA HYADUM | PRINCEPS | PROCYON | PROPUS (Tejat) | RANA | RAS ALGETHI | RAS ALHAGUE | RAS ELASED AUST (Algenubi) | RAS ELASED BORE | REGULUS | RIGEL | ROTANEV | RUCHA | RUKBAT | SABIK | SADALACHBIA | SADALBARI | SADALMELIK | SADALSUUD | SADOR | SAIPH | SARGAS | SARIN | SCEPTRUM | SCHEAT | SCHEDIR | SEGIN | SEGINUS | SHAM | SHAULA | SHELIAK | SHERATAN | SINISTRA | SIRIUS | SITULA | SKAT | SPICA | SPICULUM | SUALOCIN | SUBRA | SULAPHAT | SYRMA | TABIT | TALITHA | TANIA AUSTRALIS | TANIA BOREALIS | TARAZED | TAYGETA | TEJAT POSTERIOR (Dirah) | TEREBELLUM | THEEMIM | THUBAN | TOLIMAN (Bungula) | TUREIS | TYL | UNUKALHAI | VEGA | VERTEX | VINDEMIATRIX | WASAT | WAZN | WEZEN | YED POSTERIOR | YED PRIOR | YILDUN | ZANIAH | ZAURAK | ZAVIJAVA | ZIBAL | ZOSMA | ZUBEN ELAKRAB | ZUBEN ELAKRIBI | ZUBEN ELGENUBI (South Scale) | ZUBEN HAKRABI | ZUBENELSCHEMALI (North Scale)


Erstellt: 2010-09

copacetic (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.worldwidewords.org/weirdwords/ww-cop1.htm

"Fine", "excellent", "going just right".

It’s possible that this word has created more column inches of speculation in the USA than any other apart from "OK". It’s rare to the point of invisibility outside North America. People mostly become aware of it in the sixties as a result of the US space program - it’s very much a Right Stuff kind of word. But even in the USA it doesn’t have the circulation it did thirty years ago. Dictionaries are cautious about attributing a source for it, reasonably so, as there are at least five competing explanations, with no very good evidence for any of them.
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In the absence of further evidence, which may now never be forthcoming, none of these suggestions can be definitely disregarded, though most are extremely implausible.


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Endeavour (W3)
Cook, James

Der berühmte Entdecker und dreifache Weltumsegler James Cook (1728-1779) hat auf seinen Reisen vielen Orten einen (neuen, englischen) Namen gegeben. Und auch sein Name kommt in vielen Ortsnamen vor.

Nun soll ein Schiff des Australien-Endeckers gefunden worden sein.

Marinearchäologen gehen davon aus, dass sie im Hafen von Newport (US-Bundesstaat Rhode Island) das ehemalige Schiff des Australien-Entdeckers Kapitän James Cook gefunden haben. Das berichtet die BBC. Bei einer Unterwasser-Suche hatten sie im August 2005 vier Schiffswracks gefunden. Bei einem davon, da sind sich Professor Rod Mather und sein Assistent Jamin Wells von der Universität von Rhode Island nach ersten Untersuchungen sicher, handelt es sich um die "Endeavour" (= "Bemühung"). Eine endgültige Identifizierung steht jedoch noch aus.

Mit der "Endeavour", einem umgebauten Kohlentransporter, hatte Cook als erster Brite Neuseeland (1769) und Australien (1770) erreicht. Marine-Experten gehen davon aus, dass die "Endeavour" später unter dem Namen "Lord Sandwich" zusammen mit zwölf weiteren Schiffen 1778 vor Newport versenkt wurde, um die Einfahrt für die sich nähernde französische Flotte unmöglich zu machen.

Nach der "Endeavour" von James Cook Raumfahrt erhielt auch der fünfte amerikanische Spaceshuttle seinen Namen (erste Endeavourmission 1992).

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galaxypix
Galaxy Picture Library

(E?)(L?) http://www.galaxypix.com/


(E?)(L?) http://www.galaxypix.com/atozlist1.htm




Erstellt: 2012-01

Good luck Mr. Gorski (W2)

(E?)(L?) http://www.kbnet.co.uk/bedford/news/2003/030510marriage-course.htm


(E?)(L?) http://www.beyondreversespeech.com.au/wn-0008.asp


(E?)(L?) http://spaceguy.8k.com/about.html


(E?)(L?) http://www.goodluckmrgorski.com/
Mit diesem Ausspruch soll Neil Armstrong seinen Mondspaziergang im Jahr 1969 kommentiert haben. Die Frage nach dem Hintergrund soll er erst 1997, nach dem Tod des Ehepaars Gorski, beantwortet haben.

Demnach hat er als Junge seinen Ball aus dem Garten der Nachbarn (Mr. und Mrs. Gorski) geholt. Dabei hörte er Frau Gorski laut rufen "Sex? You want sex? I'll give you sex. I'll give you sex when the lad next door walks on the moon!" Der arme Herr Gorski sollte also ewig auf Sex mit seiner Frau warten.

Da nun der Nachbarsjunge "Neil Armstrong" tatsächlich auf dem Mond spazieren ging, konnte er Herrn Gorski also doch noch zu spätem Liebesglück verhelfen.

Eine andere Seite im Netz meint, dass sich der Ausspruch lediglich auf "oral Sex" bezog.

Einer Musikband scheint dieser Ausspruch so gut gefallen zu haben, dass sie ihn als Namen übernahm.

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Henry-Draper-Katalog, HD-Nummer (W3)

(E?)(L?) http://www.astroviewer.de/


(E?)(L?) http://www.enzyklop.info/Art/Hist/histPersonenNF.html
Die HD-Nummer ist die Nummer des Sterns im "Henry-Draper-Katalog". Dieser Sternenkatalog wurde 1918-24 veröffentlicht und enthält insgesamt 225.300 Sterne bis zur Größenklasse 8 mag.

Draper, Henry: am 7.3.1837 in Prince Edward County, Virginia, USA, geborener amerikanischer Physiker mit dem Spezialgebiet Spektroskopie. Er unterhielt eine Privatsternwarte mit selbstgebauten Teleskopen und Spektrografen und beobachtete, fotografierte und spektroskopierte dort ab 1863 reihenweise Himmelsobjekte. Er machte 1500 qualitativ hochwertige Mondaufnahmen. Desweiteren nahm er die besten Sonnenspektren der Zeit auf und konnte 1872 das erste (extrasolare) Sternspektrum aufnehmen. Ab 1879 verwandte er trockene Fotoplatten und erzielte damit herausragende Ergebnisse mit Aufnahmen von Mond, Mars, Jupiter, dem Orion Nebel, dem Komet C/1881 K1 sowie von Sternspektren. Er starb am 20.11.1882 in New York. Seine Witwe Mary Anna Draper, geborene Palmer, vermachte dem Harvard-Observatorium einen Teil ihres Vermögens. Mit diesem wurde die Herausgabe des "Henry Draper Catalogues", eines grossen Sternkatalogs, bezahlt.

Hubble Space Telescope (W3)

Dem amerikanischen Forscher "Edwin Hubble" war in den 1920er Jahren aufgefallen, dass sich alle Galaxien mit rasender Geschwindigkeit von der Erde fort bewegten. Auf dieser Beobachtung basiert letztlich die Theorie des Urknalls. Der belgische Forscher Georges Lemaître veröffentlichte denn auch kurz darauf im Wissenschaftsmagazin "Nature" die Theorie des Uratoms, aus dem Raum, Zeit und Materie entstanden seien.

(E?)(L1) http://hubblesite.org/reference_desk/glossary/f-h.shtml




(E?)(L?) http://www.nasaimages.org/


(E?)(L?) http://www.solarviews.com/eng/toc.htm


(E?)(L3) http://www.stsci.edu/
Hubble Fellows | Hubble Images | Hubble Heritage

(E?)(L?) http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/astronomy/letters/H.html
Hubble-Reynolds Law

(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=0&content=Hubble
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Engl. "Hubble" taucht in der Literatur um das Jahr 1670 auf.

Erstellt: 2011-11

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infoplease
The Solar System

(E?)(L1) http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0873819.html

Formation of the Solar System: The Sun | The Moon | The Moon's Phases | Basic Planetary Data | Mercury | Venus | Earth | Mars | Jupiter | Saturn | Uranus | Neptune | Pluto | The Flap Over Pluto | Beyond Pluto | Sedna: Planetoid or Planet? | A Tenth Planet? | How the Planets and Satellites Got Their Names | The Atmosphere | The Constellations | The 88 Recognized Constellations | Ceres and the Asteroids | A Richter Scale for Close Encounter Asteroids | Ultraviolet Death May Follow Asteroid Devastation | Comets | Comet Hale-Bopp | Deep Impact Attacks Comet Tempel 1 | Meteors and Meteorites | The Auroras | Phenomena, 2006 | Phenomena, 2007 | Some Facts about Eclipses | Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, 2006 | Eclipses of the Sun and Moon, 2007 | Visibility of Planets in Morning and Evening Twilight, 2006 | Visibility of Planets in Morning and Evening Twilight, 2007


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johnpratt
Astronomy

(E?)(L?) http://www.johnpratt.com/items/astronomy/




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Kaputtnik
Sputnik
Sputnik-Schock
Flopnik (W3)

Der "Kaputtnik" ist eine Kombination von "kaputt" und "Sputnik". Diesen Namen handelte sich ein Gefährt der NASA ein, nachdem am 4. Oktober 1957 Russland (ehem. UdSSR) den ersten künstlichen Erdsatelliten ("Sputnik 1") ins All gesandt hatte.

Der eilig zusammengebaute künstliche Satellit "Vanguard" (= "Vorhut", "Avantgarde"), den die USA am 06.12.1957 ins All senden wollten, explodierte und erhielt den Namen "Kaputtnik". Ein anderer Name war "Flopnik".

Übrig blieb der "Sputnik-Schock" an dem die Amerikaner bis heute leiden sollen.

Der russ. "Sputnik" ist übrigens der "Gefährte".

(E?)(L?) http://www.bernd-leitenberger.de/sputnikschock.shtml

Der Sputnikschock!
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(E?)(L?) http://www.focus.de/wissen/bildung/Geschichte/wettlauf-im-all_aid_133754.html

Wettlauf im All - Der “Sputnik-Schock”
Am 4. Oktober 1957 bemerkten Funker ein eigenartiges Piepsen. Kurze Zeit später wusste die Welt: Die Sowjets hatten mit Sputnik 1 den ersten Satelliten ins All geschossen.
Von FOCUS-Online-Autor Guido Meyer
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Audiodatei: So piepste der Sputnik
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Audiodatei: Kennedys Ansprache
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Audiodatei: Armstrongs erste Worte auf dem Mond
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Audiodatei: Raumpatrouille Orion
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Audiodatei: Was sucht der Mensch im Weltraum?
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(E?)(L?) http://www.focus.de/wissen/bildung/Geschichte/raumfahrt_aid_134519.html

Raumfahrt
Notgeburt Sputnik
Der erste künstliche Erdsatellit „Sputnik 1“, der vor 50 Jahren die Ära der Weltraumfahrt einläutete, wäre um ein Haar auf der Erde geblieben.
Von FOCUS-Korrespondent Boris Reitschuster, Moskau
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(E?)(L?) http://hypermedia.ids-mannheim.de/call/public/gramwb.ansicht?v_app=g&v_kat=gramm&v_buchstabe=N&v_id=1890

"-nik" (Kaputtnik) (Affix)


(E?)(L?) http://www.news.at/profil/index.html?/articles/0737/560/183591.shtml

Raumfahrt: Mondsüchtig
50 Jahre nach Sputnik und 35 Jahre nach der letzten bemannten Mondlandung wollen alle wieder zum Mond. Warum eigentlich?
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Am 4. Oktober 1957, mitten im Kalten Krieg, lösten Sputniks Piepssignale aus dem All in den USA tiefe Irritationen aus - vor allem deshalb, weil die schubstarken sowjetischen Raketen auch imstande waren, Atombomben bis nach Amerika zu tragen. Obendrein scheiterte zwei Monate später der Start eines US-Minisatelliten: Die Rakete war explodiert, der Signale funkende Satellit von der imposanten Größe einer Orange rollte über den Erdboden, sodass sich die Medien über diesen "Kaputtnik" oder "Flopnik" nur noch amüsieren konnten.
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(E1)(L1) http://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?corpus=8&content=Kaputtnik
Abfrage im Google-Corpus mit 15Mio. eingescannter Bücher von 1500 bis heute.

Dt. "Kaputtnik" taucht in der Literatur nicht signifikant auf.

(E?)(L?) http://corpora.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/


Erstellt: 2013-03

ket
Planets
Planet-Names

(E?)(L?) http://www.dl.ket.org/latin1/things/planets/
Hier findet man:





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nakshart
a pure HTML5 sky viewer app

(E?)(L2) http://www.nakshart.com/


Erstellt: 2012-01

NASA (W3)

"NASA" steht für "National Aeronautics and Space Administration".
"www.nasa.gov" gehört zu den 10 von Google Pagerank am höchsten bewerteten Adressen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.nasa.gov/


(E?)(L?) http://www.nasa.gov/about/highlights/what_does_nasa_do.html

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A Little History

President Dwight D. Eisenhower established the "National Aeronautics and Space Administration" in 1958, partially in response to the Soviet Union's launch of the first artificial satellite the previous year. "NASA" grew out of the "National Advisory Committee on Aeronautics" ("NACA"), which had been researching flight technology for more than 40 years.

President John F. Kennedy focused "NASA" and the nation on sending astronauts to the moon by the end of the 1960s. Through the Mercury and Gemini projects, "NASA" developed the technology and skills it needed for the journey. On July 20, 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first of 12 men to walk on the moon, meeting Kennedy's challenge.
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(E?)(L?) http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/
Fotoarchiv der NASA

(E?)(L?) http://earth.jsc.nasa.gov/

The Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth hosts the best and most complete online collection of astronaut photographs of the Earth.


(E?)(L?) http://visibleearth.nasa.gov/
A catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet

(E?)(L?) http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/universe/bb_theory.html
Big Bang Cosmology - Urknalltheorie

(E?)(L?) http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/
NASA-Programm für Satellitenfotos

(E6)(L1) http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Astronomy Picture of the Day

(E?)(L?) http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/lib/aptree.html
Solar System
Sun * Mercury * Venus * Earth * Earth's Moon * Mars * Jupiter * Saturn * Uranus * Neptune * Pluto
Comets : Hyakutake * Hale-Bopp * Halley Asteroids
Space Technology
Rockets/Launch Vehicles * Orbiting Observatories * Space Stations * Earth Observatories
People : Scientists * Astronauts
Sky : Messier Objects * Sky Views

(E?)(L?) http://science.nasa.gov/Realtime/jtrack/3d/JTrack3d.html
Die Satelliten-Datenbank bietet Positionen bekannter Satelliten (aus unterschiedlichen Blickwinkeln) mit Hilfe eines JAV-Apllets an.
(Hinweis: Klicken Sie auf die kleinen Punkte im Java-Applet.)

(E?)(L?) http://www.universetoday.com/category/nasa/


(E?)(L?) http://www.wasistwas.de/
"NASA"-Artikel

nasa.gov - archivepix
Astronomy Picture of the Day Archive

Im Archiv findet man alle seit dem 16.06.1995 (June 16 1995: Neutron Star Earth) veröffentlichten Bilder aus dem Universum.

(E6)(L1) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html




Erstellt: 2011-12

nasaimages
NASA-Images
NASA-Bilder

Die Non-Profit-Organisation Internet Archive (www.archive.org) führt nach und nach Bilder, Videos und Audio-Dateien aus über 20 NASA-Sammlungen in einem zentralen Archiv zusammen. Das von Spenden finanzierte Projekt will den Abruf der bisher nur verstreut zugänglichen Materialien erleichtern und so das Verständnis für unsere Erde, das Sonnensystem und das Universum vertiefen.

(E?)(L?) http://www.nasaimages.org/

Cassini | Mars Rovers | Pathfinder | Voyager | Shuttle | Skylab | Galileo | Viking | Apollo | Mercury | Pioneer | Gemini | Explorer | International Space Station | Spaceflight Timeline | Universe | Solar System | Earth | Aeronautics | Astronauts

NASA Images is a service of Internet Archive ( www.archive.org ), a non-profit library, to offer public access to NASA's images, videos and audio collections. NASA Images is constantly growing with the addition of current media from NASA as well as newly digitized media from the archives of the NASA Centers.

The goal of NASA Images is to increase our understanding of the earth, our solar system and the universe beyond in order to benefit humanity.


navy
The Astronomical Almanac

(E?)(L?) http://asa.usno.navy.mil/SecM/Glossary.html


nowykurier.com
Gravity Simulation

Die Simulation ermöglicht unterschiedliche Partikel ins All zu setzen und zu beobachten, wie sich sich unter gegenseitigen Gravitationseinfluß aufeinenaderzu bewegen, bzw. sich gegenseitig ins All katapultieren.

(E?)(L?) http://www.nowykurier.com/toys/gravity/gravity.html


Erstellt: 2015-05

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phase of the moon (W3)

(E1)(L1) http://www.wordspy.com/words/phaseofthemoon.asp
= "und so weiter" (wenn einem nichts mehr einfällt).

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Rose Center for Earth and Space (W3)

Das "Rose Center for Earth and Space" in New York wurde benannt nach "Frederick Phineas Rose" und "Sandra Priest Rose" – die mit einer großzügigen Spende das Projekt entscheidend förderten.

Ein weiteres "American Rose Center" findet man in Shreveport, Louisiana. Dort findet man Rosen der "American Rose Society" ("ARS").

(E?)(L?) http://www.amnh.org/

American Museum of Natural History

General information about the New York City museum and the Rose Center for Earth and Space, home of the Hayden Planetarium.


(E?)(L1) http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent-exhibitions/rose-center-for-earth-and-space

The Rose Center for Earth and Space encompasses the spectacular Hayden Sphere and exhibitions that explore the vast range of sizes in the cosmos, the 13-billion-year history of the universe, the nature of galaxies, stars, and planets, and the dynamic features of planet Earth.
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(E?)(L1) http://www.greatbuildings.com/buildings/Rose_Center_for_Earth_and_.html

Rose Center for Earth and Space, by James Stewart Polshek, at New York, New York, 2000.


(E?)(L?) http://planetariums.zeiss.com/planetariums/de_de/referenzen/americas/north-america/newyork.html

Hayden Planetarium New York

Das Rose Center gehört zum bekannten Amerikanischen Museum für Naturkunde, Foto: AMNH, D. Finnin

Das "Hayden" entstand bereits 1935 als viertes Planetarium der USA. Als das "alte Hayden" im Januar 1997 schloss, fand die 60jährige Ära nahezu ununterbrochener Planetariumsarbeit kein Ende. Dies war der Start in ein neues Zeitalter der wissenschaftlichen Bildung durch das Amerikanische Museum für Naturkunde.

Heute steht an der Stelle des alten Hayden Planetariums das "Rose Center for Earth and Space" – mit einer besonders herausragenden Architektur. Im Zentrum befindet sich eine Kugel mit 26 m Durchmesser. Sie scheint inmitten eines lichten Glaswürfels zu schweben. Die obere Hälfte der Kugel nimmt das neue Hayden Planetarium ein.
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American Rose Center Trial Ground Winners

The "American Rose Society" ("ARS") provides an amateur hybridizer rose test garden at the "American Rose Center" in Shreveport, Louisiana. Bush roses are grown for two years and climbers for three years and given the same care as the other roses at the "American Rose Center". The roses are judged by a panel of judges at least once a month from April through October of each year. Roses are evaluated using "All-American Rose Selection" ("AARS") Test Score sheets. The best roses are awarded gold, silver, or bronze certificates. This page lists all of the certificate winners from the first one in 1979 to the most recent. For more information, see "Rose Hybridizing for Beginners" (available from the RHA Store) or write to the Grounds Supervisor, American Rose Center, 8877 Jefferson Paige Road, Shreveport, LA 71119-8817.
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(E?)(L?) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Gardens_of_the_American_Rose_Center

The Gardens of the American Rose Center (118 acres[1]) are botanical gardens located in Shreveport, Louisiana and dedicated to rose varieties. They have been the headquarters of the American Rose Society since 1974 when it moved to Louisiana from Columbus, Ohio.

The gardens include some 20,000 rose varieties, arranged in 65 individual gardens[1] such as ones featuring the newest rose hybrids, All-America Rose Selections, miniature roses, single petaled roses, etc. Taken together, the gardens are described as the largest park in the United States dedicated to roses.

The gardens are located just west of Shreveport at 8877 Jefferson Paige Road, off of I-20, Exit 5 near Greenwood, Louisiana. They are open daily March 30 through October 31. An admission fee is charged.
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"SOFIA" steht für "Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy".

(E6)(L1) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html


(E?)(L?) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap060225.html

2006 February 25: SOFIA's Window Seat


(E?)(L?) http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap041022.html

2004 October 22: SOFIA's Mirror


(E?)(L?) http://www.sofia.usra.edu/


(E?)(L?) http://www.sofia.usra.edu/Sofia/sofia.html

About SOFIA

The World's Premier Airborne Observatory

SOFIA is the largest airborne observatory in the world, studying the universe at infrared wavelengths, capable of making observations that are impossible for even the largest and highest ground-based telescopes. During its planned 20 year lifetime, SOFIA also will inspire the development of new scientific instrumentation and foster the education of young scientists and engineers.

SOFIA is an 80%/20% partnership of NASA and the German Aerospace Center (DLR), consisting of an extensively modified Boeing 747SP aircraft carrying a reflecting telescope with an effective diameter of 2.5 meters (100 inches). SOFIA is based at NASA's Dryden Aircraft Operations Facility in Palmdale, California. The program is composed of two "projects": the Platform Project (aircraft and subsystems) managed by NASA Dryden, and the Science Project, managed by NASA Ames. SOFIA is one of many astrophysics missions under NASA's Science Mission Directorate.


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Multimedia Gallery

The SOFIA multimedia gallery contains a wide collection of images, art works, features, audios and videos on the SOFIA project. Our pictures are offered for public use if the provided the blanket credit below is included. For information and help in accessing and viewing the various multimedia files, printing and downloading the images in the gallery, go to the Gallery Assistance Center. The gallery is organized under the following categories:

To use our images please provide the blanket credit:

"NASA, USRA (Universities Space Research Association), and L-3 Communications Integrated Systems"




Erstellt: 2013-02

solarviews
Views of the Solar System
by Calvin J. Hamilton

(E?)(L?) http://www.solarviews.com/

Views of the Solar System presents a vivid multimedia adventure unfolding the splendor of the Sun, planets, moons, comets, asteroids, and more. Discover the latest scientific information, or study the history of space exploration, rocketry, early astronauts, space missions, spacecraft through a vast archive of photographs, scientific facts, text, graphics and videos. Views of the Solar System offers enhanced exploration and educational enjoyment of the solar system and beyond.

Other Languages: Spanish - Portuguese - German - French


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View of the Solar System Table of Contents


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| Aerogel | Art | New Worlds | Aurora | Caldera | Canyon | Clouds | Convection | Crater Chain | Craters | Curious Features | Cutaway Models | Dunes | Eclipse | Face On Mars | Fault | Icosahedron | Illustration | Impact Basin | Macula | Magnetosphere | Maps | Cylindrical | Topographic | Materials | Meteor Impact | Planetary Rings | Saturn | Ridge | Rocket Launch | Solar Wind | Space | Cluster | Cosmic Background | Galaxy | Nebula | Protoplanetary | Stars | Supernova | Spacecraft | Cassini | Galileo | Image | Lunar Prospector | Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter | Magellan | Mariner | Mars Phoenix Lander | Mars Reconnaisance | Mars Reconnaissance | Messenger | New Horizons | Viking | Voyager | Volcanic Plume | Volcano


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STSCI (W3)

"STSCI" steht für "Space Telescope Science Institute".

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Neil Armstrong verließ als Erster die Mondlandefähre und am 21. Juli 1969, um 03.56 Uhr MEZ, betrat der erste Mensch die Mondoberfläche. Mit dem Satz: "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind" ("Das ist ein kleiner Schritt für einen Menschen, aber ein großer Sprung für die Menschheit"), gab Neil Armstrong diesem bewegenden Augenblick Ausdruck.

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Terminology of the history of the galaxy

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Guide to Space
by Fraser Cain

(E?)(L1) http://www.universetoday.com/


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Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature

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Preface | History | How names are approved | FAQs | IAU rules and conventions | Specifics of the Gazetteer | Acknowledgments | References cited | Alphabetical list of names | IAU Task Group Chairmen | IAU Working Group and Task Group Members | | Sources of planetary names | Descriptor terms | Categories for naming features | Planet and satellite names, discoverers, and categories | Ring nomenclature | News


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Star Charts Astronomical Events Solar System Stars Exoplanets Galaxies Star Clusters Nebulae Astronomical Radio Sources Astrophysics Observatories & Telescopes Satellites Space Probes Apollo Missions


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Ice Age Ice Sheets Impact Erosion Indiction Indian Calendar Inferior Conjunction Internal/External Origin International Atomic Time International Date Line Interplanetary Scintillation Interstellar Gas Interstellar Medium Interstellar Planet Ionosphere Iranian Calendar Irregular Galaxy Iron Quasar Islamic Calendar Isostatic Compensation Isotropy


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Jalai Calendar Jeans Escape Jeans Loss Jet Jet Stream Jewish Calendar Jovian Planets Julian Calendar Julian Date Julian Day Julian Epoch Julian Year Jupiter Jupiter Moons


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M81 Group Meridian Mock Sun Magellanic Clouds Mesosphere Modified Julian Date Magnetic Field Messier Objects Mole Fraction Magnetic Cataclysmic Vari... Meteor Molecular Cloud Magnetopause Meteorite Month Magnetosphere Meteoritic Abundances Moon Main Sequence Meteor Shower Moon Cycles Mantle Viscosity Structure Metonic Cycle Moon Phase Maria Midnight Moonbow Mars Milankovitch Cycles Moondog Mars Moons Milky Skies Moonrise Mass-Luminosity Ratio Milky Way Galaxy Moonset Matter-Dominated Era Millennium Moslem Calendar Maunder Minimum Minute Mountain Daylight Time Maxwell Gap Mira Mountain Standard Time Mayan Calendar Mirage Muslim Calendar Mean Solar Time Missing Mass Mercury Mixing Ratio


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Observational Techniques Occultation Ocean Octaeteris Olbers' Paradox Old Moon Old Moon in the New Moon's Arms Omega Oort Cloud Oort Constants Oort Limit Open Cluster Opposition Optically Violent Variable Ostriker-Peebles Criterion Outgassing Oxygen Isotopes Comparison


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QSO Quantized Redshift Quasar Quasistellar Object Quench Level


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UBV Filters Ultra-Cirrus Cloud Universal Time Universe UNIX Time Uranus Uranus Moons UT UT0


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van Allen Radiation Belts Vapor Pressure Volatile Model Variable Star Variation of Latitude Venus Vernal Equinox Visual Binary Volatiles Volcano Vulcan


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Etymologie, Etimología, Étymologie, Etimologia, Etymology
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Adams, Douglas (Autor)
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASIN/0345391802/etymologporta-20


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.de/exec/obidos/ASIN/0345391802/etymologety0f-21


(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/0345391802/etymologetymo-21


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(E?)(L1) http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0345391802/etymologpor09-20
Taschenbuch: 216 Seiten
Verlag: Del Rey; Auflage: Reissue (27. September 1995)
Sprache: Englisch


Amazon.com
Join Douglas Adams's hapless hero Arthur Dent as he travels the galaxy with his intrepid pal Ford Prefect, getting into horrible messes and generally wreaking hilarious havoc. Dent is grabbed from Earth moments before a cosmic construction team obliterates the planet to build a freeway. You'll never read funnier science fiction; Adams is a master of intelligent satire, barbed wit, and comedic dialogue. The Hitchhiker's Guide is rich in comedic detail and thought-provoking situations and stands up to multiple reads. Required reading for science fiction fans, this book (and its follow-ups) is also sure to please fans of Monty Python, Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, and British sitcoms.


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