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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Huntsville Alabama helps discover water in our solar system.

For the first time water is confirmed on another planet in our solar system. Alabama played an important part in the discovery.
At NASA, project Dawn confirmed that plumes of water are being ejected from the dwarf planet Ceres. Ceres orbits our sun between mars and Jupiter. It is the closest of the three dwarf planets in our solar system.
Project Dawn is part of NASA's Discovery Program, managed by the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala.

An artist's conception shows water vapor being released from two spots on Ceres
Next year, NASA's Dawn spacecraft is due to go into orbit around Ceres.
The discovery leads to the possibility that microbial live might be found on Ceres, adding it to mars and Europa. as possible locations

Monday, January 13, 2014

Bob's Trivia Question For Tuesday January 14th 2013

I created a wallpaper for your desktop that is a great conversation starter. It's called the "Eye of the Earth" (or sometimes the Eye of the Sahara).
It was discover by the early astronauts during their first orbital flights. They thought it was a meteor crater. Photo's shows it was 30 miles in diameter. Being an unknown crater, geologist soon visited the location and found it wasn't a crater at all. Instead it was a mound with the center of the eye several hundred feet high. Instead of a big hole, it was shaped like a huge eye. Geologist named it the Richat Structure and still debate the exact origin of the Eye of the Earth.




Click on these small images to see the full size versions. Then right click the full size version to download it or set it as your desktop wallpaper.

Search Richat Structure on Google or Wikipedia so you can amaze you friends with the surprising history of the earth's eye.
I created these wallpapers from satellite images in several popular sizes to fit different monitors. I even included a wide version for dual monitor systems.
 
Linda Segrest from Community Hospice Care provided a very informative program today on Tallassee TV and WTLS. She filled in for the regular Community Hospital program. Hospice is specialized care available to persons experiencing a life limiting illness who desire to spend their remaining days in the comfort of their own home, surrounded by the people they love. The goal is helping each patient reach an acceptable level of physical, emotional and spiritual comfort while encouraging them to remain alert, active and independent for as long as possible. Linda covered a wide range of services including Pain Management,
videoMedications, Family Education and Training, Home Health Aide Care, Homemaker Services, Nutritional Counseling, Nursing Care and Symptom Control. You may contact Community Hospice Care at 334-283-4250.

Wednesday, January 8, 2014

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It seems the FSU website was selling a tee-shirt with a printing error on it. It proclaimed Tigers 34 and Noles 31.
When the news that it was a print error reached the Techumseh celebration dance, it went over like a wet moccasin.