标签 月球 下的文章

图像L62-5848可从照片实验室获得电子文件。参见URL。-摄影于:07/10/62。-在黑板上,展示了他的月球着陆空间会合概念。月球轨道会合(LOR)将用于阿波罗计划。照片发表在太空飞行革命-美国宇航局兰利研究中心从人造卫星到阿波罗(第247页),詹姆斯R.汉森。R-LRC-1962-B701_P-05848 0001重新扫描,由Cruz,Renato C.(LARC-B701)[灯]
Portrait of John C. Houbolt
Image L62-5848 is available as an electronic file from the photo lab. See URL. -- Photographed on: 07/10/62. -- At blackboard, showing his space rendezvous concept for lunar landings. Lunar Orbital Rendezvous (LOR) would be used in the Apollo program. Photograph published in Space Flight Revolution - NASA Langley Research Center From Sputnik to Apollo (page 247), by James R. Hansen. R-LRC-1962-B701_P-05848 001 Re-Scanned by CRUZ, RENATO C. (LARC-B701)[LAMPS]
拍摄者: NASA, Photographer

在黑板上,展示了他的月球着陆空间会合概念。月球轨道会合(LOR)将用于阿波罗计划。照片发表在太空飞行革命-美国宇航局兰利研究中心从人造卫星到阿波罗(第247页),詹姆斯R.汉森。
Portrait of John C. Houbolt
At blackboard, showing his space rendezvous concept for lunar landings. Lunar Orbital Rendezvous (LOR) would be used in the Apollo program. Photograph published in Space Flight Revolution - NASA Langley Research Center From Sputnik to Apollo (page 247), by James R. Hansen.
拍摄者: NASA Photographer

这是一位艺术家对2013年哈勃太空望远镜发现的微小月球海马群的概念。直径只有20英里,它实际上可能是一个更大的邻居卫星Proteus的碎片,在背景中被视为新月。这是月球是彗星与大得多的母体碰撞的分支的第一个证据。供稿:NASA,ESA和J.Olmsted(STSCI)
Tiny Neptune Moon Spotted by Hubble May Have Broken from Larger
This is an artist's concept of the tiny moon Hippocamp that was discovered by the Hubble Space Telescope in 2013. Only 20 miles across, it may actually be a broken-off fragment from a much larger neighboring moon, Proteus, seen as a crescent in the background. This is the first evidence for a moon being an offshoot from a comet collision with a much larger parent body. Credit: NASA, ESA and J. Olmsted (STScI)
拍摄者: Space Telescope Science Institut

佛罗里达州卡纳维拉尔角——在美国宇航局位于佛罗里达州的肯尼迪航天中心游客中心,在美国宇航局的Lunabotics采矿比赛开幕式上,Lunabotics展示评委聚集在舞台上。左起是肯尼迪教育办公室的首席演讲法官克里斯蒂娜·布林克,卡特彼勒公司的查克·萨姆,肯尼迪工程技术局的克雷格·拉芬顿,肯尼迪中心运营局的凯文·米勒。采矿比赛由美国宇航局肯尼迪航天中心教育办公室为该机构的探索系统任务局赞助。来自美国和其他国家50多所大学和学院的本科生和研究生使用他们的遥控月球机器人在一个超大的沙箱中进行机动和挖掘,沙箱中装满了具有类似月球土壤特征的粉碎材料。有关更多信息,请访问www.nasa.gov/lunabotics。图片来源:NASA/Frankie Martin
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, Lunabotics presentation judges gather on stage during the opening ceremony for NASA’s Lunabotics Mining Competition. From left, are Lead Presentation Judge Kristina Brink with Kennedy’s Education Office, Chuck Sahm with Caterpillar, Inc., Creg Raffington with Kennedy’s Engineering and Technology Directorate, and Kevin Miller with Kennedy’s Center Operations Directorate. The mining competition is sponsored by NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Education Office for the agency’s Exploration Systems Mission Directorate. Undergraduate and graduate students from more than 50 universities and colleges in the U.S. and other countries use their remote-controlled Lunabots to maneuver and dig in a supersized sandbox filled with a crushed material that has characteristics similar to lunar soil. For more information, visit www.nasa.gov/lunabotics. Photo credit: NASA/Frankie Martin

佛罗里达州卡纳维拉尔角(CAPE CANAVERAL)--在美国宇航局位于佛罗里达州的肯尼迪航天中心游客中心(Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex),两位评委在美国宇航局的Lunabotics采矿比赛期间,监控Lunarena内两个月球机器人的进度。采矿比赛由美国宇航局肯尼迪航天中心教育办公室为该机构的探索系统任务局赞助。来自美国和其他国家50多所大学和学院的本科生和研究生使用他们的遥控月球机器人在一个超大的沙箱中进行机动和挖掘,沙箱中装满了具有类似月球土壤特征的粉碎材料。有关更多信息,请访问www.nasa.gov/lunabotics。图片来源:NASA/Frankie Martin
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – At NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex in Florida, two judges monitor the progress of two Lunabots inside the Lunarena during NASA’s Lunabotics Mining Competition. The mining competition is sponsored by NASA Kennedy Space Center’s Education Office for the agency’s Exploration Systems Mission Directorate. Undergraduate and graduate students from more than 50 universities and colleges in the U.S. and other countries use their remote-controlled Lunabots to maneuver and dig in a supersized sandbox filled with a crushed material that has characteristics similar to lunar soil. For more information, visit www.nasa.gov/lunabotics. Photo credit: NASA/Frankie Martin