#eclipse2017

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Wow, didn't have my Canon with me but shot this with my #SamsungS6 simply happy to see rings and cloud ripples #solareclipse #NASA #eclipse2017 #space c @suuperg @glengilmore
Post by : @atomic_fab 💕 thanks to the photographer 🏆! 😃 * Got about 6 of these Ally tanks left to do. I would usually maybe do one of these every one or 2 months if I'm lucky. This time around I have 10 in a row to do. Good finally getting some decent hood time in on the Ally. * Follow us @benjamin_xtop * Thank you ! 💟💟💟
💕#via : @ljwelding Thank you !!! * It's my process ⠀ cc: @crazyforwelding * Follow me @michael_weld_hg for more! * Thank you ! 💟💟💟
Had a super great time with this project, finding a perfect representation of their group trip to the total solar eclipse last year. Really enjoyed this one and would love to do more work in this realm. Thank you to @bacchusq and crew for coming in, much love to you all!
Painted another eclipse piece (one of my favorites so far) but I can't find a good spot to hang it. Hmmm.... 🤔 . #watercolorpainting #aquarelle #eclipse #eclipse2017 #natureart #pnwart #pnwartist
💕#via : @jameswestwelding thanks to the photographer * My manifold at the end of the rainbow!!! * Please follow me 🙏🏻 : @mason_x17 * Thank you ! 💟💟💟
It was Aug. 14, 2017, just one week before the Moon would cross paths with the Sun and Earth, casting its shadow across the United States. The entire country buzzed with anticipation for the fleeting chance to see the corona, the Sun’s tenuous outer atmosphere, during #Eclipse2017 . But the wait was uniquely nerve-wracking for a group of scientists at Predictive Science Inc., a private research company in San Diego: They had just published a prediction of what the corona would look like on Aug. 21, the day of the total solar eclipse. How would their prediction — the result of a complex numerical model and tens of hours of computing — compare to the real thing? After the eclipse, the group found their prediction bore a striking resemblance to the Aug. 21, 2017, corona, although the model lacks many finer structures. This visualization shows the Sun’s three-dimensional magnetic field during one full solar rotation. The Predictive Science researchers modeled magnetic field lines in order to calculate the presence of complex structures in the corona. The ability to forecast and predict space weather — much like we do terrestrial weather — is critical to mitigating these impacts, and models such as Predictive Science’s are key tools in the effort. Credit: Predictive Science Inc./NASA Goddard, Joy
#Repost @space ・・・ Can we hit 100,000 likes on this? 😳 Comment a few times for the bigger wallpaper version in your dm 🌚🌞 This is a shot of the total solar eclipse from Kentucky at the great smoky mountains. Where did you see the eclipse from? Also what percentage was the totality? 🔭👇 image: © @bryanminear #space #nasa #solareclipse #eclipse #eclipse2017
📷: @killthearc thanks to the photographer * Root / hot pass - fill - cap 🔥 from the field weld I posted up last week 🤙🏻 * Follow me @welder_shb for more! * Thank you ! 💟💟💟
📷: @lwelds 💕 thanks to the photographer 🏆! 😃 * Friday Star of the day. Shoutout to @starkstandard for laying down some beautiful TIG welds * Follow me @mason_x17 for more! * Thank you ! 💟💟💟
It was Aug. 14, 2017, just one week before the Moon would cross paths with the Sun and Earth, casting its shadow across the United States. The entire country buzzed with anticipation for the fleeting chance to see the corona, the Sun’s tenuous outer atmosphere, during #Eclipse2017 . But the wait was uniquely nerve-wracking for a group of scientists at Predictive Science Inc., a private research company in San Diego: They had just published a prediction of what the corona would look like on Aug. 21, the day of the total solar eclipse. How would their prediction — the result of a complex numerical model and tens of hours of computing — compare to the real thing? After the eclipse, the group found their prediction bore a striking resemblance to the Aug. 21, 2017, corona, although the model lacks many finer structures. This visualization shows the Sun’s three-dimensional magnetic field during one full solar rotation. The Predictive Science researchers modeled magnetic field lines in order to calculate the presence of complex structures in the corona. The ability to forecast and predict space weather — much like we do terrestrial weather — is critical to mitigating these impacts, and models such as Predictive Science’s are key tools in the effort Credit: Predictive Science Inc./NASA Goddard, Joy Ng #nasa #space #sun #solar #magneticfield #rotation #eclipse #2017 #moon #earth #shadow #predict #science #weather #spaceweather #3D #beautiful #wow #astronomy #stars #science #galaxy #milkyway #universe #cosmos
At Oregon Eclipse 2017 with my sis. Best festival and most profound moment of my life! #oregoneclipse2017 #oregoneclipse #eclipse #eclipse2017 #sourcecodetransmissions #zenmechanics #divinemomentsoftruth #travelphotography #travelpics
Last week two of my best friends got married. And this was after #eclipse2017 #robertpattinson #canada
🔥🔥🔥🔥 Barely handling this pic of these phenomenal ladies from last year’s eclipse in SF. 📸 @sunnypixels & 🎆🌌✨ @parisrouz 🙏❤️😎🌞 #bossbabes #sisterhood #eclipseSF #whenyourbffedits #lovehertobits #kirakira #enlight
Китай хочет вывести на орбиту Земли искусственную «луну» Власти китайского города Чэнду, столицы провинции Сычуань, объявили о граничащим с фантастикой плане по выводу на околоземную орбиту искусственного "спутника-луны". Местные СМИ со ссылкой на китайских инженеров сообщают, что запуск спутника с иллюминацией должен будет состояться в 2020 году. Работа над проектом ведется уже несколько лет и уже подходит к своей главной фазе реализации. Искусственная «луна» в восемь раз превзойдет по яркости спутник Земли и частично заменит уличное освещение в городе Чэнду. Согласно замыслу инженеров, искусственная «луна» будет дополнять естественное ночное освещение, покрывая при этом радиус 10-80 км с точностью до нескольких метров. Аппарат обладает очень мощным отражательным элементом, который будет перенаправлять соленый свет на нужную область. Управление спутником будет осуществляться удаленно. Подсветка будет регулироваться так, чтобы она освещала только Чэнду. Более подробные технические особенности искусственной «луны» пока не сообщаются. Однако по словам инженеров и чиновников, технология позволит сэкономить на электроэнергии, которая тратится на уличное освещение. Кроме того, проект обязательно привлечет туристов. Ночное освещение будет не очень ярким, поэтому местным жителям будем казаться, что на улице сумеречно. Уровня освещения будет вполне достаточно, чтобы свободно перемещаться по улицам и различать предметы. Вдохновением для создания искусственной «луны» послужила идея одного французского художника, который предложил разместить на орбите несколько зеркал. Идея предполагала, что зеркала будут отражать солнечный свет и поддерживать освещенность улиц в Париже круглый год. Новость от Hi-News . . #eclipseglasses #oregoneclipse2017 #eclipselunar #twilighteclipse #eclipse2017 #solareclipse2017 #mitsubishieclipse #bloodmooneclipse #jordaneclipse #eclipse2015 #celebrityeclipse #lunareclipse2018 #totallunareclipse #eclipsed #eclipse2018 #eclipsedeluna #ячитаюlyam #oregoneclipse #eclipseseason #planeteclipse #lunareclipse #eclipse #mooneclipse #solareclipse #eclipsesolar
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