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It was a dark and stormy flyby... 🛰️🌀⁣ Our NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter spacecraft's JunoCam captured images of the chaotic, stormy northern hemisphere of Jupiter during its 24th close pass of the giant planet on Dec. 26, 2019. Using data from the flyby, citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this color-enhanced image. At the time, the spacecraft was about 14,600 miles (23,500 kilometers) from the tops of Jupiter’s clouds, at a latitude of about 69 degrees north.⁣

Image Credit: Image data: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
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It was a dark and stormy flyby... 🛰️🌀⁣ Our NASAs Juno Mission to Jupiter spacecrafts JunoCam captured images of the chaotic, stormy northern hemisphere of Jupiter during its 24th close pass of the giant planet on Dec. 26, 2019. Using data from the flyby, citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this color-enhanced image. At the time, the spacecraft was about 14,600 miles (23,500 kilometers) from the tops of Jupiter’s clouds, at a latitude of about 69 degrees north.⁣
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Image Credit: Image data: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY⁣

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I want this as a print.

data not photograph.

Man I would love to see what Jupiter’s surface looks like.

Why is there a need to create an enhanced image? Is this not an actual picture of Jupiter?

Its also a joy seeing spacecrafts in space..like the joy of playing with a kite

Yo también me apunto para ir ala luna de nuevo?

Jupiter is a very cold gas giant. it is like a fruit with a small seed at center. the "seed" at its center is a very hot stony planet like metallic core 10,000 to 20,000 miles in diameter and about 10 to 20 times larger than planet earth. The huge pressures at the center make it hot.it is 600 million miles away from earth. We can just watch it through telescopes( for the present ,for a few centuries,let us say)

Jupiter's expired, what are we gonna do now.

You have to admire skills and the abilities of the 'citizen' scientists, or what we call in the UK, "amature" scientists. Well done!

A gigantic work of art!

Who’s believe in NASA $#!+

How do they know if it's storm systems when we haven't been there yet studying it

It Looks Like The Moon .

LOL. What % of NASA fans believe that NASA is telling 100% truth? Be fair here... Go and tell??

From here to there

So in 100 years will Solaris actually occur near Jupiter, or will we see a monolith appear?

NASA ME OFRESCO PARA IR A OTRO PLANETA .

You should upload theses in hi-res for wallpapers and stuff

Never seen Jupiter from that angle, thats awesome.

"Today we are going to paint some happy stars&planets."And nobody will ever hear me,anywhere,anytime.Especially in a vaccum.Amazing how laws of thermal dynamics dont apply to certain people,places,&things.But,sound travels well thru water.

14,600 MILES? the radius of jupiter is 43,441 mi. circumference 272,946 mi. its 11 times bigger than earth circumference. iss is 240 mi from earth surface. that would put iss at 2,640 miles way from jupiter to get the same curve type photo like we see of earth from the supposed iss. its always half the sphere and never the full thing.

Enough with the color enhanced stuff. Where are the actual, raw images?

Muchos quisieran tener la experiencia verlo en vida real

planet jupiter away from the sun surface looks icy

Jupiter has shades of blues amazing!

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This week:

🚀✅ SpaceX's milestone test for the NASA Commercial Crew Program
👩‍🚀 👨‍🚀Two spacewalks upgrade power & repair a cosmic ray detector on the International Space Station
🌌🛰️ Celebrating the legacy of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope

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Ciao

Awesome work NASA and ISS

Nada yo si

Saluti

Īmã Ñę JD ❤❤

Un saluto speciale a tutti voi, in special modo a Luca Parmitano da Cordenons (PN) Friuli - Venezia - Giulia.. ITALY 🇮🇪 Come sempre vi inviamo le nostre più sincere e sentite congratulazioni per l'importante lavoro che svolgete.. Credo che l'esplorazione spaziale, in qualunque modo venga fatta, sia veramente la nostra ultima ed importantissima frontiera! 🚀🛰🛸 Affettuosamente ☯️ Dario & Jada ☯️

Splendid

😍

CONGRATULATIONS

That's just great, now for the rest of the story .....

Congratulations

Cheers 🍻

Francis Mariano Jabagat

CONGRATULATIONS

🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🚀

😎💙🤘

HOLLYWOOD

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✅ Cosmic milestone achieved!

Today, NASA Astronaut Andrew Morgan and ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano successfully completed the fourth and final spacewalk to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a dark matter and antimatter detector located on the outside of the International Space Station. The third spacewalk of the year concluded at 1:20pm ET, making it 6 hours and 16 minutes in length. Want to know more about today's spacewalk and the cosmic ray experiment? Check out: blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation
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✅ Cosmic milestone achieved! 

Today, NASA Astronaut Andrew Morgan and ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Luca Parmitano successfully completed the fourth and final spacewalk to repair the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, a dark matter and antimatter detector located on the outside of the International Space Station. The third spacewalk of the year concluded at 1:20pm ET, making it 6 hours and 16 minutes in length. Want to know more about todays spacewalk and the cosmic ray experiment? Check out: https://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation

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Evviva!!!Complimenti !

Love the logo on the Canadarm 🇨🇦😎🇨🇦

Truth

Can the Space Station get its HD iss cam earth view lens adjusted?..its out of focus on the live stream.

What is anti matter emitting and why would you use a device that is bound by a millimeter to look for something that wild?

Good job guys!

Way to go NASA!

Congratulations. Magnificent achievement.

Support NASA not space force

satellites’NASA

Read the Bible...genniss .....

It’s a shame you don’t know how to use the stuff.

did they eventually repair that leak? And what exactly WAS leaking please?

Boa tarde

A great Italian ❤🇮🇹

Ams

Truely heroic once more♥️

anthenaa sarle y

I watched about 95 percent of it this morning. Amazing the amount of engineering and technology that has been developed to make it happen. It took about an hour for the astronauts to get out of their space suits. First they had to enter the compression chamber before they could join up with the other 2 crew members, who were the 2 ladies that did the space walk earlier in the week.

NASA!!!

It is NOT a dark matter detector! We don't even known if dark matter can be detected.

under investigation

Amazing

It is said that it works like expected so my honest and simple direct question that is easy and "obviously" easy to see ; my question is-AT LEAST ?! ; what did YAWL expect to see ??? !

Don't forget the sponsors and other company who collaborated with NASA. Kudos to you all!

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Live Spacewalk: Watch as astronauts complete the intricate process of repairing the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS), a dark matter and antimatter detector outside the International Space Station.

On Sat., Jan. 25 at 6:50 a.m. EST, tune in for a live spacewalk as Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency (ESA) and Andrew Morgan of NASA perform the fourth and final spacewalk to repair AMS, which has far outlived its planned three-year lifespan. In addition to revitalizing an important piece of scientific equipment, the process of creating the tools and procedures for these spacewalks is preparing teams for the types of spacewalks that may be required on Moon and Mars missions.
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Astronauts Andrew Morgan and Luca Parmitano switched their battery power to on at 7:04 a.m. ET, marking the beginning of today's spacewalk! Live coverage continues!

If you're just tuning in, astronaut Andrew Morgan is in the spacesuit with the red stripes and astronaut Luca Parmitano is wearing the spacesuit without stripes. Ask us your questions!

The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, which detects dark matter and cosmic rays, was not designed to be serviced in space! That's what makes this series of spacewalks so challenging -- the most challenging since the Hubble Space Telescope's Servicing Missions. This fourth spacewalk to upgrade the device is expected to be the final one.

Our live broadcast on Facebook has temporarily paused but we are still streaming live on YouTube! We are working to resume here shortly. www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOzMVW1GdDc

Amazing ! Watching from Scotland happy robert burns night

What I find the most amazing about this, is that there are human beings intrepid enough to be doing it! Best wishes to you all up there, from Melbourne, Australia

So, so fascinating to watch. Such brave people on board.💝👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Still here watching you from Derby, Englan 🙂 Great work everyone!

Who would have ever thought we would one day be able to watch live streaming from space! This is just amazing to witness. So cool!

Hello from the beautiful Mississippi coast USA home of NASA's John C. Stennis Space Center

It’s beautiful to see everyone from across the world saying hello and wishing them luck. Thank you for restoring my faith just a bit more in humility. Good Morning from Maryland

Good job. Watching from the space coast of Florida, USA. Can't wait until we fly astronauts from KSC again.

It’s amazing to me after all these years the skills and bravery these astronauts possess. They make it look so easy

Great tool check . Always a necessity in aerospace - especially in maintenance of aircraft. Loose tools are a significant safety concern in cabins. Good work!

Looking at what you are doing I get goosebumps all of you are doing a good job great kid everyone. God bless you and keep you safe.

Hello from Asheville, NC. This is amazing to watch, thankful for brave space pioneers!

No fear! So admire our astronauts...They are amazing!!!

Amazing work!!! When I worked in Microsoft as programmer analyst I thought was something, but now I realized was almost nothing compared to you guys!!! Great job and great skills!!!!

I’m so jealous!! Fabulous work and beautiful photography.

Great State of Georgia watching and very much enjoying. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Once again: the clarity and immediacy of what we're looking at is amazing! Thanks so much.

Armstrong had a better camera in 1967 to film his arrival to the moon 🌙 from the moon 🎥

Well watch 3.5 hour of spacewalk something happen to the video I check back in. Great job excellent communication

@NASA My son wants to know if the astronaut will die by a space monsters attack.

Hey Luca!!! That has to be the most awesome feeling ever!Wow!!!

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Flying fighter aircraft is challenging.

That’s why NASA Aeronautics & NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center are studying how pilots breathe in high-performance aircraft, to better understand conditions that may cause pilots to experience a physiological episode during flight.

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Nice

I'm actually surprised there is research required to this. I would assume that if you put millions into aircraft development, this human factors should be fully researched and known already. But better late than never. Curious about the outcomes. (not that they are going to tell this ever, but still 😄)

No reason to ever vote for the Green Party. It’s a wasted vote that harms the environment.

Really? And I thought it would be easier than pi…

Thanks

Amazing trying to open door of mystery good luck

Great

Nice pict and interesting talk about challenge and analizing performance its tidy brain and self consciousness checking limit.

Why don’t you study the effects of loopback hypoxia created but you’re in efficient JP5 that is used during flight?

Okay so what were the results in extreme testing conditions?

Their just getting to this? ??

👌 video

Dear Jeanne Parisse, Thank you so much.

INGENIOUS WORK NASA

God bless all the employees of NASA

Best wishes and my sincere congratulations to all of you working for NASA!Your astronautic, scientific mission, space exploration,academic research,studies,findings and discoveries are deeply appreciated.

Physiologically maybe.

Data data and data. Good luck with your data and implications!

[Star Trek] How do inertial dampers work? They generate a force field (in the sense of physics) that permeates throughout the hull, and accelerates all locations in the same direction as the ship as a whole. ... No they keep the crew and the ship from flying apart or being splatted into a bulkhead. www.reddit.com › AskScienceFiction › comments › star_trek_how_do_i... [Star Trek] How do inertial dampers work? : AskScienceFiction - Reddit

its amazing

I did the O2 chamber with some fighter pilots once. I was fine, but one of the guys had a reaction.... he was sweating and turned gray. They stopped the test and brought us "back up" had the poor guy checked over. He was fine medically (as far as they could tell), but it was very scary. Nothing to mess with. And there really is no "hard and fast" predicting these things. New tech means testing for human factors in new tech interaction.

Latest idea from cooper 😀 Advanced propulsion engine The engine uses harmonic frequencies to rip apart atoms inside of a particle accelerator...

Grandioso

Awesome work NASA

Amazing

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The light cannot exist without the dark 🖤

This spiral galaxy was captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope as a part of a black hole study. Black holes are fundamental components of galaxies and are thought to lurk at the hearts of many — if not all — spirals. go.nasa.gov/36qCy5l
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The light cannot exist without the dark 🖤 

This spiral galaxy was captured by NASAs Hubble Space Telescope as a part of a black hole study. Black holes are fundamental components of galaxies and are thought to lurk at the hearts of many — if not all — spirals. https://go.nasa.gov/36qCy5l

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Thanks for the info. However, please mention in the description that the image is a computer graphics processing and is not a real photograph of the galaxy.

Love the bennu D nous 5 .. 8 in waiting - 7

Pretty picture. Nice airbrush technique.

When will the new telescope be functioning?

That’s a hungry hole, kicking up some vortex forces.

It looks like Mufasa from The Lion King to me. 😂 The rest is 🤯

The vastness of the cosmos, shone by the light of stars and galaxies, mired in the darkness of the unknown, but truly a sight to behold to those who are curious in their place in it.

If there where no light. There would be no colour

i hope we can fix the planet earth in 10 years there is climate change and extreme hot and cold temperatures

Light can't exist without God.

I think time is standstill and space runs in like fishes under ocean.

The light cannot exist without the dark OR The dark is where there is not energy ... the light 🖤

Light is nothing compared to the Darkness

Yo veo la forma idéntica de una cara de perfil 👦

If a black hole bends light and time, perhaps it also bends thoughts and reality. I could use some alternate reality’s right about now, but what can you do... Tapping into the universes consciousness makes me realize that in of itself traveling to those other reality’s is nothing more than waking from a dream. All one can do is be grateful for understanding...

หลุมดำ มีมวลดึงดูดมหาศาล ปล่อยเป็นพลังงานมวลสูง ผ่านชั้นบรรยากาศด้วยความเร็วแสง ทำให้เกิดพลังงาน ยิ่งยวด ครับ สุดยอด

Dark is just lesser light.. are they talking about vacuum non black light ?

That saying is rediculous and overplayed. Darkness is simply the absence of light, not a thing unto itself. Light can exist without darkness, but darkness is purely defined by light.

Darkness is nothing more than the absence of light. Cold is nothing but the absence of light. Silence is nothing but the absence of sound. Etc.

A luz existe, apesar do escuro...

NASA sub bread for pizza

Love how everyone in the comments became a poet

MERAVIGLIA DELLE MERAVIGLIE. ADORABILE E AFFASCINANTE 💯

Darkness and Light - the Universe always so beautiful 🌌

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Q: What's the key to understanding radiation’s impacts to deep space travel?
A: More data!
From hospitals to the International Space Station to the Moon, learn about what goes into space radiation research on this week’s episode of “Houston, We Have A Podcast.” www.nasa.gov/johnson/HWHAP/space-radiation
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hi

My friend and Abdul Hamid want to go to the Bermuda Triangle. How much will we get?

É desse tipo de assuntos astronômicos que realmente eu me interesso

NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Arrest them !

What about wrapping the spacecraft in a pressure jacket and filling it with hydrogen? Gaseous hydrogen radiation shield. Lightweight, effective, can be brought up to the spacecraft in more than one trip, can potentially be used to make energy through fuel cells. Could be used as a fuel or to replenish water, but I'm not sure you'd want to use that much of your radiation shield.

You best not be letting astronuats attack me while working ! I'm trying to remember everything but your employee don't give me my information correctly yes I'm Tina Michelle who is that in white house the dark skin Michelle listen please stop playing with my Tina Michelle they killed mother by transmitting information to other people it's stealing idenity.you need to stop !

Hola,llevadme con vosotros🤣

Paul Inman

Well for an outfit who doesnt acknowledge that the sun is the dominant factor in the earth's climate I'd say you should probably stay away from this one for a bit!

This is t - were are is my family why entraping me with embezzolment bs

Porque cerraron los observatorios que apuntaban al sol ?

🌐

It was a true movie it states...NASA Fighting for paper work !

Navette spatiale et "Space lab"_____________________🛰🛰

Charlotte Wealthy

🎁🎉 🛰🛰________ CITROEN CX. ___________ "PRESTIGE" à moteur à essence, 4 cylindres en ligne de 2 347 cm3 à injection électronique, puissances maximale DIN : 128 ch,vitesse maximale : 189 km/h ; longueur : 4,666 m largeur : 1,73 m hauteur : 1,36 m empattement : 2,845 m et. voie avant : 1,474m

🛰🛰AUTOMOBILISME n.m.Ensemble des activités qui se rapportent à l'automobile. 🛰🛰AUTOMOBILISTE n. Personne qui conduit une automobile🛰🛰

We've never gotten out of low orbit. Why? The Van Allen Belt and the intense radiation beyond it.

Cool

🛰🛰 AUTOMOBILE adj n.f.Se dit de ce qui se meut par soi même .|| Se dit de ce qui relève de l'automobile : coureur automobile ; industrie automobile . Véhicule muni d'un moteur et destiné au transport individuel ou familiale. (Synology VOITURE.) NASA.gov 🛰🛰🛰🛰🛰🛰🛰

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The hottest of hot Jupiters are the strangest of faraway exoplanets, according to new findings from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The heat on this kind of planet is so extreme, planetwide meltdowns tear apart the molecules that make up the atmosphere: go.nasa.gov/2NUFQqW ... See MoreSee Less

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Man can reach in Jupiter one day ?

💜 🤩 💜

My friend and Abdul Hamid want to go to the Bermuda Triangle. How much will we get?

you how fast the length of measurement of how know you does you mind keep well into this well for meet as I remain same stat!

Scientists of NASA are far closer to space world and they are studying the spacecraft and varous planets in the skyline. At last we people only see the stars and planets from long distances. We can see and also study its findings which is helpful for the benefits of mankind in the world.

you know an length of content you know becuase of joey you know simple that ways of they are leaders they have personal strengthen strength becuase of him from of his message and simply shouldnt have of the settings flaws of otherwise becuase they read of this and dont belong becuase of knowledgement all follow patterns of settings of what is able of own power of law as is of force of what is able too force of able law becuase of what joey shown!

Seem hot phenomena is yet explored

‘Oh my god—it’s full of... star!’

"Yeah, but it's a dry heat."😆😆😆

👍👍

So almost at the point of fission? So can we argue that stars are first Gas giants?

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At NASA Goddard, a supercomputer runs sophisticated models used to predict Earth's future climate. Now, it's working with data from NASA Exoplanets missions, to help scientists determine whether any of over 4,000 curiously weird planets beyond our solar system could support life: go.nasa.gov/2RlOwJ9 ... See MoreSee Less

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But people, we will TOTALLY learn from our mistakes and not mess up some OTHER planet...😂😂😂

Is it possible to reach a new planet that's habitable? The solar system is expanding faster every day, we better hurry.

God bless you employ NASA and your family's Amen

If you can't see it or get to it then why waste money and energy on studying it?

Spas planete zemlje, jeste kada i sami ljudi učestvuju i poštuju samu prirodu i okoliš, prirodu ćemo spoznati kroz druženje i društvo, vodena površina i kopno jeste, na primer, čaša vode do pola puna, kada se dopuni na slavini opet jeste puna, stavimo čašu na sto, vidimo senku, kap vode na stolu, novi život jeste..., profesor Ilir Medžit Pajaziti iz Kruševca, Srbija.

Probably and could have. Lol. Its like fair tail world then?

COMPLIMENTI NASA! 🌎👍

Where can I buy a ticket? One-way, of course..

Five seconds after landing on the new planet...

If all this technology was around in 1800 you'd be having the same discussion. The Ingalls would be worried.

I want into join to NASA.. How do i? Now i am in clss 11 in a collage..

Why are we always looking for another planet to go to. Let’s just take care Our Earth!! I understand knowing what’s out there.

There aren't any determinable planets with climate unless it has an aurora borealis the planet does not support a habitat a single amoeba and or a single living small particle size life-form without a habitat is not going to exist on a planet without an aurora borealis is my thought

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the pattern in thes world ist's white kourr planet dimonds only have four hollwods king al maktoum/prince hamadan al maktoum only the pattern in hollwords white kourr planet diamonds how come stop the destrodyd four hollwords💚💚

So, what your saying is that this system does not work on earth so your trying it on other planets to prove it does not work?

The interference pattern in the two slit experiment may be the result of consciousness not allowing us to observe it. If ever proven true, this would be our true journey as a struggling, very juvenile civilization trying to figure out the meaning of life and our place in the physical realm of our cosmos.

This also looks like Vincent Van Gough style being used, as well, this planet may need a moon or moon to control the tides.

Oye robot te mando plata para que comas o te mando las cinco piedras para que llegues hasta Plutón. Confirmed.

And thats what they are. Just computer models. That's it.

Is there any site explaining the recent story concerning Betelgeuse and it's system ?

you cant predict anything....we have things in our ocean undiscovered,.... we barely know anything about space....we just now are starting to understand planetary/ gravitational pull.....no way you can predict without all the information.

I love science and the universe. The universe is dangerous, but big and yet everything is full of colors, lights beauty 💙🙂🚀✨🌍👩‍🚀📸🌌.

Are you shutting down the Spitzer? Or, can you move the observation region and technical support to Marquette, Michigan Northern Michigan University.

My friend and Abdul Hamid want to go to the Bermuda Triangle. How much will we get?

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This week on #SpacetoGround:

🔌👩🏼‍🚀👩🏼‍🚀: An "empowered" spacewalk for astronauts Christina Koch & Jessica Meir
❄️🐌⚛️: The coolest slow-moving atoms
🐉🚀👍🏼: SpaceX's Crew Dragon completes another milestone!

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My friend and Abdul Hamid want to go to the Bermuda Triangle. How much will we get?

Any update on laser propulsion?

Ahmed Abughoufa

Nice: Hola from New York!!

☀They are of very good space class⭐

Fortunato Lugtu

Nice. God bless and God bless America.

💜 Waouuuuuuuh 💜

Thanks

Awesome.

💜 🤩 💜

God bless all the employees of NASA

I am went to going there

😀fantastic 🌹

Nice and thanks for this video .And it's my dream also do very very thanks

The horror of gravity after that many days in orbit.

Derriben cualquier dificultad. No pierdan la concentración y lleven mucha cautela ante los cambios de los sistemas, cálculos matemáticos, flujo eléctrico, esfuerzo psicológico, estado de salud, agua, alimentos, todo cuanto sea incierto y pilas con las emergencias prioriozándolas. Colombia les ayuda y envía la mejor actitud y solidaridad a cada ser humano en el Espacio y en NASA. CONGRATULATIONS NO FATE LETS GO TO SUCCESS.

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Ark Encounter
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I tried to take a nap but they wouldn’t let me

Love it when I was there in April 2019 and my 3yr old great grand son was so interested in everything he saw. Plan on returning for a family reunion. 😍

Hamm has got the best living quarters.

Loved it there when we went.

Y’all do remember they were in a flood for 40 days......Meaning not a smooth ride so that means no comfort

Hermosísimo 👏 Si aún no lo has visitado, no te demores es mejor y superior q disney para pasear con la familia y crecer en sabiduría ‼️

Beautiful ❤...just voted for Ark Encounter

Kelsi St John

Cool

One of the beautiful rooms on THE ARK.

I loved this section of the Ark!

Amy Engelbrecht Ott we've been there!!! Our little road trip was so much fun! Looking forward to 2020 Trip

Is that a true replica? Or a modern version of how it might have been?!!

They are gorgeous!

Beautiful and very edifying park! Breathtaking! And the buffet is incredible! We had the very best pot roast ever!

Comfort came when that flood stopped not because they had a cushion on board

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10 million still up for grabs. No one can do it because evolution is not true. ~ Issac 

Quote: Was Life a “Happy Chemical Accident”???
(How a careless remark by Richard Dawkins on NPR led to the largest Origin Of Life prize in history)

In 2005 I heard Richard Dawkins on NPR radio station WBUR Boston. A caller asked where life came from.

“Life was a happy chemical accident!” he replied.

Dawkins was an endowed professor of the “Public Understanding of Science” at the University of Oxford.

I was astounded that a professor in charge of “Public understanding of science” would proclaim that life is a “happy chemical accident.”

Is that even a scientific statement? What is science, anyway?

From Online Dictionary:

SCIENCE: 1. a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws: the mathematical sciences.

2. systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation.

If you cannot test it, reproduce it, falsify it, observe it, validate it from first principles, model it, simulate it on a computer or validate it mathematically… then it’s not science!

If life is something that happened literally accidentally, perhaps only once in the history of the entire universe… then in order to accept that theory, we have to abandon the scientific method.

Because none of our experience confirms the hypothesis that *accidental* events create nanomachines, or genetic codes, or cells, or anything similar.

I was so disappointed with these low standards of proof that I created a technology prize to find a definitive answer.

This led to the $10 million Evolution 2.0 Prize for discovering the Origin of the Genetic Code.

I announced the prize at the Royal Society in Great Britain on 31 May, with Oxford professors Denis Noble and Paul Flather.

Denis Noble is one of the professors who reviewed Dawkins’ PhD application at Oxford. He’s 83 and sits on the judging panel for the prize, along with Harvards rock star Geneticist George Church.

Denis is a Fellow of the Royal Society and holds a Commander of the British Empire medal from Queen Elizabeth.

14 years later, I have to thank Richard Dawkins, in part - especially his flippant attitude towards the practice of empirical science - for inspiring me to create this prize.

It’s time for us to put this question on solid scientific footing.

Read the Financial Times story about the $10 million USD Evolution 2.0 Prize here:

www.evo2.org/ft

10 million still up for grabs. No one can do it because evolution is not true. ~ Issac

Quote: Was Life a “Happy Chemical Accident”???
(How a careless remark by Richard Dawkins on NPR led to the largest Origin Of Life prize in history)

In 2005 I heard Richard Dawkins on NPR radio station WBUR Boston. A caller asked where life came from.

“Life was a happy chemical accident!” he replied.

Dawkins was an endowed professor of the “Public Understanding of Science” at the University of Oxford.

I was astounded that a professor in charge of “Public understanding of science” would proclaim that life is a “happy chemical accident.”

Is that even a scientific statement? What is science, anyway?

From Online Dictionary:

SCIENCE: 1. a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws: the mathematical sciences.

2. systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation.

If you cannot test it, reproduce it, falsify it, observe it, validate it from first principles, model it, simulate it on a computer or validate it mathematically… then it’s not science!

If life is something that happened literally accidentally, perhaps only once in the history of the entire universe… then in order to accept that theory, we have to abandon the scientific method.

Because none of our experience confirms the hypothesis that *accidental* events create nanomachines, or genetic codes, or cells, or anything similar.

I was so disappointed with these low standards of proof that I created a technology prize to find a definitive answer.

This led to the $10 million Evolution 2.0 Prize for discovering the Origin of the Genetic Code.

I announced the prize at the Royal Society in Great Britain on 31 May, with Oxford professors Denis Noble and Paul Flather.

Denis Noble is one of the professors who reviewed Dawkins’ PhD application at Oxford. He’s 83 and sits on the judging panel for the prize, along with Harvard's rock star Geneticist George Church.

Denis is a Fellow of the Royal Society and holds a Commander of the British Empire medal from Queen Elizabeth.

14 years later, I have to thank Richard Dawkins, in part - especially his flippant attitude towards the practice of empirical science - for inspiring me to create this prize.

It’s time for us to put this question on solid scientific footing.

Read the Financial Times story about the $10 million USD Evolution 2.0 Prize here:

www.evo2.org/ftWas Life a “Happy Chemical Accident”???
(How a careless remark by Richard Dawkins on NPR led to the largest Origin Of Life prize in history)

In 2005 I heard Richard Dawkins on NPR radio station WBUR Boston. A caller asked where life came from.

“Life was a happy chemical accident!” he replied.

Dawkins was an endowed professor of the “Public Understanding of Science” at the University of Oxford.

I was astounded that a professor in charge of “Public understanding of science” would proclaim that life is a “happy chemical accident.”

Is that even a scientific statement? What is science, anyway?

From Online Dictionary:

SCIENCE: 1. a branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws: the mathematical sciences.

2. systematic knowledge of the physical or material world gained through observation and experimentation.

If you cannot test it, reproduce it, falsify it, observe it, validate it from first principles, model it, simulate it on a computer or validate it mathematically… then it’s not science!

If life is something that happened literally accidentally, perhaps only once in the history of the entire universe… then in order to accept that theory, we have to abandon the scientific method.

Because none of our experience confirms the hypothesis that *accidental* events create nanomachines, or genetic codes, or cells, or anything similar.

I was so disappointed with these low standards of proof that I created a technology prize to find a definitive answer.

This led to the $10 million Evolution 2.0 Prize for discovering the Origin of the Genetic Code.

I announced the prize at the Royal Society in Great Britain on 31 May, with Oxford professors Denis Noble and Paul Flather.

Denis Noble is one of the professors who reviewed Dawkins’ PhD application at Oxford. He’s 83 and sits on the judging panel for the prize, along with Harvard's rock star Geneticist George Church.

Denis is a Fellow of the Royal Society and holds a Commander of the British Empire medal from Queen Elizabeth.

14 years later, I have to thank Richard Dawkins, in part - especially his flippant attitude towards the practice of empirical science - for inspiring me to create this prize.

It’s time for us to put this question on solid scientific footing.

Read the Financial Times story about the $10 million USD Evolution 2.0 Prize here:

www.evo2.org/ft
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Let your speech always be gracious, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how you ought to answer each person. Colossians 4:6 ... See MoreSee Less

Never go back to the vomit. Never go back to wallow in the mire! May we never love the very things that nailed our Savior to the cross! 

#Jesus #morethanconquerors #jesusisourhope #Jesusisourvictory #JesusisGod #jesusislord

Never go back to the vomit. Never go back to wallow in the mire! May we never love the very things that nailed our Savior to the cross!

#Jesus #morethanconquerors #JesusIsOurHOPE #JesusisourVictory #JesusIsGod #JesusIsLord
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I do not understand what I do. For what I want to do I do not do, but what I hate I do. (Romans 7:15) Edited. You will not understand until you know why you keep doing what you do not want to do. Romans will help you understand.

Amen

Amen!🙌 And don't let anyone try to convince you to go back as well. Stand your ground and stay close to Jesus, our True Deliverer.🙌❤

Great post and message. Needed that! Love yall

Amen 🙏🏽

Unfortunately that’s easier said than done sometimes, especially if it’s a habit you’ve had forever.

Amen So True.

Amen!!!

Truth bomb right there.

What a terrifying thing it would be to fall from Gods grace.

Reminds me of some songs. Jesus Lover of My Soul, Came to My Rescue, Victory in Jesus, and so many others. We praise, worship and sing because He came to our rescue so that we can spend eternity with Him. God is Great and Good! 😎

Seem this all to often sadly 😢😢😢

Amen 🙏

Praise our jesus. Isn't he fabulous.

Very True! And frightening if you do!!!

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Pro Bowl quarterback Aaron Rodgers smears the God of the Bible on a recent podcast show with Danica Patrick.

Can you be a Christian and deny that the Bible is the Word of God?
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Stephen Cates

Trick perspective, God put his son on the cross to give you the way to heaven. Anyone who goes to hell, chose it.

He has been a fake Christian for a long time now.

I have no recollection of Rodgers ever making a born again profession of faith.

Deny Jesus or His Words can't be a Christian

He isn't a Christian

The issue isn't why would a loving God choose to send people to Hell. The issue is why would people choose Hell over a loving God.

He who denies me I will deny before my father and all the angels in Heaven!

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Scare tactics science. its no more about science truth, or even theories. But how we can scare you into paying more money for things we come up with that will save the planet.😂 Just send 99 dollars to NASA and get our nuke shield clothing today. And for an extra 50 bucks, will build an air cleaner that will stop climate. But you can have a smaller version of this for free with your donation. Send today before the earth ends,

Stayed tuned while we come up with the fix for deadly viruses. Just send more money or we will scare the pants off you. ~ Issac

Scare tactics science. it's no more about science truth, or even theories. But how we can scare you into paying more money for things we come up with that will save the planet.😂 Just send 99 dollars to NASA and get our nuke shield clothing today. And for an extra 50 bucks, will build an air cleaner that will stop climate. But you can have a smaller version of this for free with your donation. Send today before the earth ends,

Stayed tuned while we come up with the fix for deadly viruses. Just send more money or we will scare the pants off you. ~ Issac
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But wait! .....There’s more! 😁 For just $19.95 you can purchase a cow flatulence filter now too! 🐄🎉

what is doom's day clock???

Amen to that! 

#evangelize #sharethetruth #sharethegospel #Jesussaves #JesusisGod #followJesus

Amen to that!

#Evangelize #ShareTheTruth #sharethegospel #JesusSaves #JesusIsGod #FollowJesus
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Agreed

👍🏼👍🏼‼️

Amen!

Hey Chad, been listening to your radio show...liking it,bro! 😀 😀 😀

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**7 games the militant atheists play**

Learn what they are so you do not get caught up in them ~ Issac
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**7 games the militant atheists play**

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LOL, now thats funny. And for most atheists that would be worse than burning. ~ Issac

LOL, now that's funny. And for most atheists that would be worse than burning. ~ IssacLOL, now that's funny. And for most atheists that would be worse than burning. ~ Issac ... See MoreSee Less