Saturday, March 21, 2009

Visit my New Easy Free People Search Website

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Friday, March 20, 2009

Two US Navy vessels Collided in Strait of Hormuz

MANAMA, Bahrain –

Two U.S. Navy vessels — a nuclear-powered submarine and an amphibious ship — collided before dawn Friday in the mouth of the Persian Gulf, one of the world's most important sea passages for oil supplies.

There was no damage to the sub's nuclear propulsion system and no disruption to shipping in the strategic Strait of Hormuz, through which a fifth of the world's oil passes, said Navy spokesman Lt. Nate Christensen, with the Bahrain-based 5th Fleet.

Still, the unusual collision between members of the same navy sparked a sudden rise in oil prices — which had been declining on the day — even though the strait remained open.

Sources AP and BBC news.
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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Kepler Mission

Hi everybody,

Today comes an article about Kepler Mission.

"The Kepler mission is a critical component in NASA's efforts to find and study planets where conditions may be similar to those on Earth," says Jon Morse, director of the Astrophysics Division at the headquarters of the NASA, in Washington.
The mission will be three years and a half looking at more than 100,000 stars like the Sun, in the Swan-Lira region of our galaxy, the Milky Way.
Expected to find hundreds of planets, Earth-sized and larger too, orbiting at different distances from their stars. If Earth-like planets are found within the habitable zone (where the conditions favor the existence of liquid water), Kepler could find dozens of worlds like ours.
On the other hand, if these planets are not very abundant, Kepler could not find them. The Kepler telescope is specially designed for the detection of variable stars and regular brightness caused by the transit of planets. Some star systems are designed so that their planets pass in front of its star as seen from our viewpoint on Earth.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Discovery blasts off into space

The space shuttle Discovery took off Sunday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on a mission of 13 days to the International Space Station (ISS).

The launch of the orbiter can been seen here at Nasa's Kennedy Space Centre in Florida. A fuel leak forced the US space agency to abort the shuttle's original launch on Wednesday.

"This mission has already been greatly delayed by dangerous leaks (fuel) and technical problems," said Florida from the BBC, Andy Gallacher.
"For NASA, this has meant a month of delays in repairs to the ISS," he added.

You can watch the video at:

Among the seven astronauts is Koichi Wakata, the first tenant of the station with Japanese plans for a long stay. The crew delivered and installed the fourth and final set of solar panels that will be used to generate additional electricity at the station.