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« Odpowiedź #195 dnia: Czerwiec 02, 2018, 21:36 »
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Jim Bridenstine@JimBridenstine 19:24 - 1 cze 2018

.@NASA is getting ready to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Program that landed a dozen Americans on the moon! Tonight we revealed the official anniversary logo. Check it out!

https://twitter.com/JimBridenstine/status/1002737699130929152

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« Odpowiedź #196 dnia: Czerwiec 04, 2018, 12:19 »
Wobec planowanej wzmożonej eksploracji Księżyca trwają prace nad ochroną pozostawionego tam  dziedzictwa kulturowego ludzkości. Ma w tym pomóc system For All Moonkind Moon Register rejestrujący na bieżąco wszystkie ważne miejsca w oparciu o blockchain protocol, TODA

For All Moonkind to map humanity's lunar heritage sites using blockchain registry

May 31, 2018 — A new partnership is applying blockchain technology to keep track of some valuable bits... of space exploration history.

For All Moonkind, a non-profit dedicated to protecting and preserving the relics of human heritage in outer space, has joined with TODAQ, a blockchain-based financial services marketplace, to map the moon, registering cultural artifacts and locations where humans have landed spacecraft and astronauts to explore the lunar surface. (...)

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« Odpowiedź #197 dnia: Czerwiec 12, 2018, 15:11 »
Odnalezione dane z pomiarów cieplnych powierzchni Księżyca prowadzonych  w ramach programu Apollo pozwoliły lepiej określić poziom zakłóceń cieplnych lokalnego środowiska spowodowanego obecnością astronautów i ich sprzętu.

Scientists solve lunar mystery with aid of missing Moon tapes
6 JUNE 2018 Posted by Lauren Lipuma

(...) The astronauts disturbed the moon's surface soil by walking and driving a rover on it. As a result, the moon reflected less of the Sun's light back out to space, which raised the lunar surface temperature by 1-2 degrees Celsius (1.8-3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) where it was disturbed.

The new findings show it is almost impossible to deploy astronauts or instruments on the moon without disturbing its surface environment, information that could be valuable for future lunar missions, according to the researchers who published a new study detailing the results in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, a journal of the American Geophysical Union.

"In the process of installing the instruments you may actually end up disturbing the surface thermal environment of the place where you want to make some measurements," said Seiichi Nagihara, a planetary scientist at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas and lead author of the new study. "That kind of consideration certainly goes in to the designing of the next generation of instruments that will be someday deployed on the moon." (...)

https://blogs.agu.org/geospace/2018/06/06/scientists-solve-lunar-mystery-with-aid-of-missing-moon-tapes/

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Kambodżański fragment skały księżycowej sprowadzonej na Ziemię przez załogę Apollo 17 został odnaleziony , a autentyczność próbki została potwierdzona przez NASA.

Apollo moon rock rediscovered in Cambodia debuts on display

June 20, 2018 – A small moon rock gifted to Cambodia by the United States amid the Vietnam War has resurfaced after being all but lost to time and strife.

Officials representing the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh and the U.S. Embassy in Cambodia unveiled the museum's display of the "goodwill" moon rock on Monday (June 18), following an extensive effort to determine its origin.

"Last fall, the National Museum approached the U.S. Embassy to investigate the background of this unique artifact," said Michael Newbill, Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy. "The history and background remained a mystery until after six months of research with NASA, the U.S. National Archives, the U.S. Library of Congress, the Cambodian National Library and Archives and the Center for Khmer Studies library."

"We can now reveal today, for the first time, the history of this unique gift from the United States to Cambodia," said Newbill at the exhibit's opening.

From Taurus Littrow to Phnom Penh

Before they became the final two humans to depart the moon in December 1972, Apollo 17 astronauts Gene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt paused their exploration of the Taurus-Littrow lunar valley to dedicate one particular moon rock as a symbol of "peace and harmony" among countries "throughout the world." (...)

http://www.collectspace.com/news/news-062018a-cambodia-goodwill-moon-rock.html