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Lone Pine Peak
and Alabama Hills - A spring snow storm
lingered over the Eastern Sierra Crest at sunrise. This made for the beautiful
pastel light with just a hint of sunlight on the foreground rocks. THE EASTERN
SIERRA, CALIFORNIA, by Gary Crabbe - PhotoTripUSA
Squirrel with automatic
assault weapon and silencer -
The other shooter at the grassy knoll. - Forwarded by RobinCam
Gray Squirrel - From: "scarysquirrrel" <email@example.com Newsgroups:
alt.binaries.pictures.animals - A family of squirrels live in the tree behind
me. Every morning I leave them some sunflower seeds and raisins, from salad
bars I go to. I rinse the salt off first.
on Banner Peak - Located in the Ansel Adams Wilderness, Banner Peak
is reflected in 1000 Island Lake at sunrise. THE EASTERN SIERRA, CALIFORNIA,
by Gary Crabbe - PhotoTripUSA
Minarets- Like infantry soldiers in the field, these minarets of stone take their
stand in the tall grass. Canyonlands N.P., Chesler Park from near the Joint
trail. Laurent - PhotoTripUSA
Earth Ornament Credit: The Clementine Project, U.S.
Geological Survey - Explanation: The Apollo 8 astronauts spent the 1968 Christmas
Season orbiting the Moon, returning with striking images of both Moon and
Earth from space - pictures which inspired the world. While in lunar orbit
in 1994, the prospecting Clementine spacecraft also turned its cameras toward
the home world and the result was this mosaic of 70 high resolution images
of our planet from a cosmic perspective. The swirling clouds and dramatic
colors give the Earth the appearance of a delicate, painted ornament hanging
in space. Best Wishes and Seasons Greetings from Astronomy Picture Of The
Day! Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA)
NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA
at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Holiday Picture Credit: STS-82 Crew, NASA - Explanation: to spend your holiday in low earth orbit? That's what the crew of
the space shuttle Discovery is doing as they deliver six new gyros and a
faster main computer to the orbiting Hubble Space Telescope. The telescope
has been holding in safe mode since November 13 and will use the timely "gifts"
to resume its exploration of the distant Universe. This mission, STS-103,
is the third mission to service the famous space observatory which was placed
in orbit by Discovery on April 25, 1990. Seen here in a 1997 picture from
STS-82, the second servicing mission, the space telescope, flanked by its
gold-colored solar panels, hangs above the shuttle payload bay. The Earth's
bright limb is in the background. Discovery closed with the Hubble on Tuesday
and crew members are conducting space walks to install the new equipment.
Discovery is scheduled to return to Earth after Christmas, with a December
26 landing at Kennedy Space Center - but you can e-mail season's greetings
to the orbiting crew. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) &
Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific rights apply.
A service of: LHEA at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
Aurora During Solar Wind Dropout - Credit: PIXIE, POLAR, NASA - Explanation:
On May 10, for some unknown reason, the Solar Wind virtually stopped. Normally
our Sun emits a wind of between five and ten energetic particles per cubic
centimeter moving outward at about 500 kilometers per second. Late on May
10, however, this gale was reduced to a mere breeze of one particle per every
five cubic centimeters. The Sun's Corona was suddenly able to flow out into
the Solar System relatively unimpeded, creating beams of energetic electrons.
One such beam apparently reached Earth's North Magnetic Pole, and was seen
as the unusual X-ray aurora digitally reconstructed in the above false-color
image. Our atmosphere absorbed the electrons. This display gave direct evidence,
however, that Earth's North Magnetic Pole was connected to the Sun, while
the Earth's South Magnetic Pole connected to the distant Solar System. The
Solar Wind returned to normal on May 12. Authors & editors: Robert Nemiroff
(MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris. Specific
rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
The Listener- A listener scans the airwaves for alien presence. - Laurent, PhotoTripUSA.
the Spell - A human figure appears dwarfed by the awsome presence
of Double Arch. - Laurent, PhotoTripUSA.
up for Warmth - Basking in the first rays of the sun, Sentinels of
Stone huddle against the cold. - Laurent, PhotoTripUSA
Cat's Paw Nebula Credit & Copyright: Jason Ware - Explanation:
As soon as we find out whose cat did this . . . Nebulae are as famous for
being identified with familiar shapes as perhaps cats are for getting into
trouble. No cat, though, could have created the vast Cat's Paw Nebula visible
in Scorpius. The Cat's Paw Nebula is the glowing red nebula near the top of
the above picture -- the lower nebula is NGC 6357. At 5500 light years distant,
Cat's Paw is an emission nebula with a red color that originates from an
abundance of ionized hydrogen atoms. Alternatively known as the Bear Claw
Nebula or NGC 6334, stars nearly ten times the mass of our Sun have been
born there in only the past few million years. Authors & editors: Robert
Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris.
Specific rights apply. LHEA at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech. U.
The Southern Pinwheel Galaxy from VLT (Small
Credit: FORS Team, 8.2-meter VLT, ESO - Explanation: M83 is one of the
closest and brightest spiral galaxies on the sky. Visible with binoculars
in the constellation of Hydra, majestic spiral arms have prompted its nickname
as the Southern Pinwheel. Although discovered 250 years ago, only in this
century was it appreciated that M83 was not a gas cloud but a barred spiral
galaxy much like our own Milky Way Galaxy. M83, pictured above in a recently
released photograph from a Very Large Telescope, is a prominent member of
a group of galaxies that includes Centaurus A and NGC 5253, all of which lie
about 15 million light years distant. To date, six supernova explosions have
been recorded in M83. An unusual double circumnuclear ring has recently been
discovered at the center of M83 and is still being investigated. Authors &
editors: Robert Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.:
Jay Norris. Specific rights apply. LHEA at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech.
Saturn's Second Largest Moon Credit: Voyager, NASA; Copyright: Calvin
J. Hamilton - Explanation: Rhea is the second largest moon of Saturn, behind
Titan, and the largest without an atmosphere. It is composed mostly of water
ice, but has a small rocky core. Rhea's rotation and orbit are locked together
(just like Earth's Moon) so that one side always faces Saturn. A consequence
of this is that one side always leads the other. Rhea's leading surface is
much more heavily cratered than its trailing surface. The above photograph
was taken with the Voyager 1 spacecraft in 1980. Authors & editors: Robert
Nemiroff (MTU) & Jerry Bonnell (USRA) NASA Technical Rep.: Jay Norris.
Specific rights apply. A service of: LHEA at NASA/ GSFC & Michigan Tech.