I Love You, Universe

By Svetlana Kozianenko

ISBN: 978-1-927538-17-3

The story, that I will tell you about the Universe has never been known to anyone, only you will know about it when talking to the Universe itself! You will learn all the secrets about the cosmos that you did not know yet!

This is the Universe I'm talking to you.

I'm - the Universe!

Collection scientific children's book about the cosmos.

Exploring the cosmos - the Universe, her stars and planets, listening to the sound of the Universe and seeing in the pictures of the Universe her living world from the Earth. The science of space for children is about that how people can not live without the cosmos.

Are you seeking to inspire your children as socially conscious members of our cosmos to be caring of fellow human beings / each other, animals and nature in general

This book helps forward-thinking adults and their children explore together:

1 - Planet Earth and the Universe is one whole

2 - Higher world knowledge of space science for children!

3 - The world and the Universe and their interaction!

Author bio:

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!



Page numbers source ISBN : 1718190395

Child! What Universe wants to say to you, listen!

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About the Author

I talk to the Universe, as I can penetrate into the astral dimension. This dimension is not visible but for me to see what is not visible is no problem and therefore I can give you everything that the Universe wanted to tell you and show off its height for the Earth!

From the Author

About the Universe will tell you pictures that came to you from the Universe. I communicate with them and came to tell you about everything! I live in Canada.



ETERNAL LIFE

ISBN: 9781532028953

By Margarita / "The Master and Margarita

About the Book:

The UNIVERSE is classified, Margarita has an extraterrestrial power. Sensational discovery of a new science!

About the Author

MARGARITA is a Ukrainian - Canadian White witch and author, she represents her supreme justice, extraterrestrial ability to possess energy. She is THE HIGH PRIESTESS in the UNIVERSE and she informs the whole WORLD that she is the QUEEN of the UNIVERSE crowned by the dead people in the Wiccan Queen on EARTH. August 2006, the power from above in her majestic Tarot cards informed of the creation of the WORLD and continues to inform about its future.

Earth Is Safe From Asteroid Apophis Impact for at Least 100 Years

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NASA Analysis: Earth Is Safe From Asteroid Apophis Impact for at Least 100 Years

The near-Earth object was thought to pose a slight risk of impacting Earth in 2068, but now radar observations have ruled that out.
After its discovery in 2004, asteroid 99942 Apophis had been identified as one of the most hazardous asteroids that could impact Earth. But that impact assessment changed as astronomers tracked Apophis and its orbit became better determined.
Now, the results from a new radar observation campaign combined with precise orbit analysis have helped astronomers conclude that there is no risk of Apophis impacting our planet for at least a century.
Estimated to be about 1,100 feet (340 meters) across, Apophis quickly gained notoriety as an asteroid that could pose a serious threat to Earth when astronomers predicted that it would come uncomfortably close in 2029. Thanks to additional observations of the near-Earth object (NEO), the risk of an impact in 2029 was later ruled out, as was the potential impact risk posed by another close approach in 2036. Until this month, however, a small chance of impact in 2068 still remained.
When Apophis made a distant flyby of Earth around March 5, astronomers took the opportunity to use powerful radar observations to refine the estimate of its orbit around the Sun with extreme precision, enabling them to confidently rule out any impact risk in 2068 and long after.
A 2068 impact is not in the realm of possibility anymore, and our calculations don’t show any impact risk for at least the next 100 years, said Davide Farnocchia of NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), which is managed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California. With the support of recent optical observations and additional radar observations, the uncertainty in Apophis’ orbit has collapsed from hundreds of kilometers to just a handful of kilometers when projected to 2029. This greatly improved knowledge of its position in 2029 provides more certainty of its future motion, so we can now remove Apophis from the risk list.
Farnocchia was referring to the Sentry Impact Risk Table. Maintained by CNEOS, the table keeps tabs on the few asteroids whose orbits take them so close to Earth that an impact can’t be ruled out. With the recent findings, the Risk Table no longer includes Apophis.
Relying on optical telescopes and ground-based radar to help characterize every known near-Earth object’s orbit to improve long-term hazard assessments, CNEOS computes high-precision orbits in support of NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office.
Science Opportunity
To arrive at the latest Apophis calculations, astronomers turned to the 70-meter (230-foot) radio antenna at the Deep Space Network’s Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex near Barstow, California, to precisely track Apophis motion. Although Apophis made a recent close approach with Earth, it was still nearly 10.6 million miles 17 million kilometers away. Even so, we were able to acquire incredibly precise information about its distance to an accuracy of about 150 meters [490 feet], said JPL scientist Marina Brozovic, who led the radar campaign. This campaign not only helped us rule out any impact risk, it set us up for a wonderful science opportunity.
Goldstone also worked in a collaboration with the 100-meter (330-foot) Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia in order to enable imaging of Apophis; Goldstone was transmitting while Green Bank was receiving – a bistatic experiment that doubled the strength of the received signal.
Although the radar imagery of Apophis appears pixelated, the images have a resolution of 38.75 meters (127 feet) per pixel, which is a remarkable resolution, considering the asteroid was 17 million kilometers away, or about 44 times the Earth-Moon distance, added Brozovic. If we had binoculars as powerful as this radar, we would be able to sit in Los Angeles and read a dinner menu at a restaurant in New York.
As the radar team further analyzes their data, they also hope to learn more about the asteroid’s shape. Previous radar observations have suggested that Apophis has a bilobed, or peanutlike, appearance. This is a relatively common shape among the near-Earth asteroids larger than 660 feet (200 meters) in diameter; at least one in six have two lobes.
Astronomers are also working to develop a better understanding of the asteroid’s rotation rate and the axis it spins around (known as its spin state). That knowledge will enable them to determine the orientation the asteroid will have with Earth as it encounters our planet’s gravitational field in 2029, which could change that spin state and even cause asteroid quakes.
On April 13, 2029, the asteroid Apophis will pass less than 20,000 miles (32,000 kilometers) from our planet’s surface – closer than the distance of geosynchronous satellites. During that 2029 close approach, Apophis will be visible to observers on the ground in the Eastern Hemisphere without the aid of a telescope or binoculars. It’s also an unprecedented opportunity for astronomers to get a close-up view of a solar system relic that is now just a scientific curiosity and not an immediate hazard to our planet.

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