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by The Ovi Team
2013-03-01 11:11:43
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March is the first month of the Roman calendar and was named after Mars, the god of war. Coincidentally today we read that a billionaire is going to fund a trip to Mars for a couple. So a good chance to have a look at …space!

Site of the month: Hubble Site

Nearly 400 years after Galileo first observed the heavens through a telescope; we continue to seek answers to age-old questions about the universe. And while the technology has evolved over the centuries, the inquiry remains essentially the same: What's out there, where did it come from, and what does it mean?

At the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), we're working hard to study and explain the once-unimaginable celestial phenomena now made visible using Hubble's cutting-edge technology. In the course of this exploration we will continue to share with you the grace and beauty of the universe, because the discoveries belong to all of us. Probe deeper! Explore the following links to learn more about who we are and what we do. If you are visiting the Baltimore/Washington area, make it a point to come to our monthly Hubble Public Talks and learn about Hubble's latest discoveries first-hand. HubbleSite is produced by the Space Telescope Science Institute's Office of Public Outreach.


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Site: NASA

NASA conducts its work in three principal organizations, called mission directorates:
Aeronautics: pioneers and proves new flight technologies that improve our ability to explore and which have practical applications on Earth. Human Exploration and Operations: focuses on International Space Station operations and human exploration beyond low Earth orbit.  Science: explores the Earth, solar system and universe beyond; charts the best route of discovery; and reaps the benefits of Earth and space exploration for society.

In the early 21st century, NASA's reach spans the universe. The Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity is still studying Mars after arriving with its twin Spirit in 2004. Cassini is in orbit around Saturn, as Juno makes its way to Jupiter. The restored Hubble Space Telescope continues to explore the deepest reaches of the cosmos. Closer to home, the latest crew of the International Space Station is extending the permanent human presence in space. Earth Science satellites are sending back unprecedented data on Earth's oceans, climate and other features. NASA's aeronautics team is working with other government organizations, universities, and industry to fundamentally improve the air transportation experience and retain our nation's leadership in global aviation.


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Blog of the month: Universe today

A blog with space and astronomy news.


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Blog: Eleana

I am a very youthful 70 years old. I own land and work hard. I built my own 4 bedroom house with a little help from my friends and I still regularly use a chain saw, fell weed trees and chop firewood. I keep fit by working hard and I also love dancing. If I am not out dancing I am at home, not anything old fashioned like waltzes, lol. I am a freestyler.

I read a lot, love photography and going to places I haven’t been to before. I have travelled extensively all over the world to more than 30 countries and lived in 6 different countries. I have 2 children, both girls and both happy with long term partners. I became a grandmother in 2012.  I can’t say the same for myself. I seem to be unlucky with men. I am very warm and affectionate with the ‘right’ person. I have New Age leanings, but not over the top. I am a Gnostic, so I don’t follow any religion. Religion is for those who are lost and can’t rely on their conscience to guide them. Yes, I am different from most people, especially women my age.


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