“Cassini’s descent into Saturn was intentional. The spacecraft was rapidly running out of fuel, after spending nearly 20 years in space, and NASA scientists decided to make use of the mission’s inevitable conclusion. By crashing into Saturn, Cassini had the opportunity to see what the planet’s upper atmosphere is made of, and that’s the data that the probe sent back to Earth during its final few moments of life. The probe took its last images of the Saturn system yesterday (Sept. 14), and transmitted those images back to Earth the same day, ahead of its plunge.”Read More
Hurricane Irma, Jose and Katia smash the North American Peninsula
The current hurricane season has been unusually active in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which caused significant flooding in the American state of Texas, Irma roared through the Caribbean islands, damaging homes and forcing evacuations. Irma made landfall in the United States, with storm surge warnings being posted for the state of Florida. Some surges are expected to reach up to four and a half meters.
NASA’s spacecraft Cassini prepares for it’s suicide
The spacecraft, which is currently orbiting Saturn, will take a death plunge into Saturn’s atmosphere on September 15th...Read More
I just wanted to give you a quick update on big changes coming in April.
To start, Dylan Lanckman is going to be uploading a new music set at the beginning of the month, providing you with fresh entertainment to satisfy your musical thirst.
Secondly, we’re beginning production of a number of news articles and audio series that will begin airing on April 1st. Be sure to tune in to stay up to date with news about Asgardia and space.
We’re looking for content as well – if you have a studio microphone, a clear voice and good speech habits, we’d like to invite you to help us with articles and other audio details. Send us a message to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
And as always, we thank you for your patronage and support...Read More
In Aalst they know how to party. You probably noticed this when I wrote a blog about it, but the city has surprised the world again with their cleanup team that they call “De koisploeg”. This amazing team seemed to succeed to clean this dirty square and its six neighboring streets up in less than 3 hours.
This is an English translation of what the local news HLN.be wrote:
A city which, after three hellish days and nights carnival celebration that is already so clean in 3 hours you ask? That’s Aalst it may seem. Last night were still 18,000 party goers at the Grand Place to the traditional – and emotional – burning of the effigy, followed by the longest and most intense party night of the three day event...Read More
* eventual descriptions are in Dutch or the Aalst Dialect.Read More