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Cosmic rays are a form of high-energy radiation, mainly originating outside the Solar System and even from distant galaxies. Upon impact with the Earth's atmosphere, cosmic rays can produce showers of secondary particles that sometimes reach the surface. Composed primarily of high-energy protons and atomic nuclei, they are originated either from the sun or from outside of our solar system
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Feel yourself and your life as part of a larger whole. Explore how the dynamics of the cosmos shape both the universe and your life. Discover new sources of creativity, support, and empowerment. In this lecture we explore how we are all part of a vast universe, and one that is shaped by cosmic dynamics that also shape our individual lives. Introduction to the Cosmic Perspective. – Cosmic Centration, Dissolution, and the Necessity of Death. After viewing this lecture, we'll have a good sense of ourselves as centers of cosmic action, places where the universe seeks to deepen its experience of itself by creating unique individuals.
Rose-shaped nebula is a cosmic Valentine. February 14, 2013, 10:55 AM, Space. A strange nebula in deep space shines like a cosmic rose in a new photo unveiled just in time for Valentine's Day. The new image, released Wednesday (Feb. 13) by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory, may look like a wispy space flower, but it is actually an odd planetary nebula called Sh2-174. The white dwarf is the bright prick of light in the middle of the blue gas on the right side of the picture.
They trace the elements found in all life on Earth, including those found in our bodies, back to supernova explosions. The Birth of the Solar System: Craig Kochel, Geology Department, Bucknell University describes the evolution of our solar system and its planets. Included in this conversation are the origins of the Moon, the creative dynamism of plate tectonics, and the impact of geology on Earth’s biology. Sustainable Energy: Paula Gonzalez, SC, EarthConnection, Cincinnati narrates the efforts of Catholic sisters to harness solar power and other natural systems as a means of protecting the Earth community and participating in the story of the universe.
In real life, however, the Earth is so massive that a rocket would have little effect on its motion. Launching a billion 10-tonne rockets in exactly the same direction would change the Earth’s velocity by just 20 nanometres per second – peanuts compared to the planet’s current speed of 30 kilometres per second. A few astronomers have tackled the problem of moving planets, but not for dealing with emergencies on human time scales. They’re actually devising thought experiments to understand the dynamics of planetary systems, says Greg Laughlin of the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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