terça-feira, 18 de julho de 2017

Juno Pictures of the Great Red Spot

https://www.universetoday.com/136422/new-juno-pictures-great-red-spot/

From Rock to Ring


Ciência no Verão

http://www.cienciaviva.pt/veraocv/2017/

segunda-feira, 3 de abril de 2017

Moore's Law and The Secret World Of Ones And Zeroes


Mosquito flight is unlike that of any other insect





The buzzing bloodsuckers flap their long wings in narrow strokes really, really fast — more than 800 times per second in males. That’s four times faster than similarly sized insects. “The incredibly high wingbeat frequency of mosquitoes is simply mind-boggling,” says David Lentink, who studies flight at Stanford University.
Mosquitoes mostly hover. Still, it takes a lot of oomph and some unorthodox techniques to fly that slowly. Mosquitoes manage to stay aloft thanks primarily to two novel ways to generate lift when they rotate their wings , Richard Bomphrey and colleagues write March 29 in Nature. The insects essentially recycle the energy from the wake of a preceding wing stroke and then tightly rotate their wings to remain in flight. Read more.

Água na Lua?


segunda-feira, 13 de fevereiro de 2017

The International Space Station is How Big?!


2017 Underwater Photographer of the Year



Does Hot Water Freeze Faster Than Cold Water?


7 Things We Don't Know About the Ocean


sábado, 10 de dezembro de 2016

John Glenn


John Glenn, o primeiro norte-americano a orbitar em torno da Terra, tornou-se símbolo de patriotismo e perseverança. O último sobrevivente dos pioneiros da era do espaço morreu esta quinta-feira. A história dele é uma lenda.

Indestructible Coating?!




All ESEA training activities are specifically designed for teaching professionals in STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). The common objectives of ESEA training activities are to introduce teachers to implementing inquire based science education, as well as resource based and project-based teaching approaches.
2016 training activities here.

Create your own astro-music


Create your own music inspired by images of space (activity by Matthew Whitehouse, South Carolina State Museum)