Friday, 30 July 2010

The Eagles.

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This post is about how we get around in the future, I have a sort of vision that this music sort of exemplifies how things should be. The type of galactic traveller I envisage for our next couple of hundred years will be a semi rough nomad, as I believe that most people love our planet way to much to start serious lives in cities below a planetoid surface. The Eagles music funnily enough Isn't the sort of music that makes you think of crescendo waves and beach breezes, on the contrary, the Eagles music conjures the sort of feeling that many pioneers live for and live to feel, especially for me, I start getting claustrophobic and depression emotions if I stay in the same place to long and sometimes that is a very short amount of time, I don't know really, it's when I've been some place I hear and feel a tugging and pulling telling me to go someplace else. I think it would be terrific if we custom made our vehicles for type traveller, it would certainly help identify the import and export of passengers and trade items. I think a list of class vehicles adapted to Eagle territory would classify and help to order specification.

The type of material used to build the vessel would show it's plasma shield capability for different regions of space, it would classify the range the vehicle has and the material used would have different compression rates that would allow classifications of traveller to identified by vehicle.

The Eagles / Lying eyes


Eyes on the Earth...

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Structure and Function of the Eye

The eye consists of several parts that resemble a camera (see diagram).

sclera - the eye's white outer protective coat, normally seen as the "white of the eye".
cornea - the transparent, curved structure at the front of the eye.
iris - the coloured part of the eye - blue, brown, green, grey etc - that can be seen through the cornea.
pupil - the black part of the eye in the middle of the iris. It constricts or dilates according to the amount of light passing through it.
lens - the transparent disc (with both sides being convex) immediately behind the iris and pupil.
aqueous humour - the transparent fluid (with consistency similar to water) that circulates behind the cornea and in front of the lens.
vitreous humour - the material (like transparent jelly) that fills the eyeball between the lens and the retina.
retina - the light-sensitive layer of millions of nerve cells that line the back of the eyeball. The cells consist of two main groups, called rods and cones due to their appearance under the microscope.
rods - more numerous, spread out over the entire retina with more toward outer edge, respond to low levels of light.
cones - far fewer, concentrated around the retina's centre, respond to colour and to details.
macula - the small centre of the retina, responsible for reading vision.
retinal pigment epithelium - This is a dark coloured layer of cells at the back of the retina responsible for providing oxygen and other nutrients to the rods and cones.
choroid - a large network of blood vessels (behind the retina) that transport oxygen and other nutrients to the retinal pigment cells.
optic disc - a small yellow oval structure in the retina, to which nerve cell connections travel from all the rods and cones.
optic nerve and beyond - the "cord" of nerve cell connections that passes from the eyeball to destinations throughout the brain.
Function of the Eye
When you see an object, the light travels from that object to the cornea, then passes through the aqueous humour, pupil, lens and vitreous humour to reach the retina. During this passage, the light becomes focused onto the macula.
At the macula, the light causes chemical reactions in the cones, that consequently send electrical messages from the eye to the brain. The brain recognises these messages and indicates to you that this particular object has been seen. The cones are therefore responsible for you being able to recognise colours and to read.
The rods are essential for you to see in the dark, and to detect objects to the sides, above and below the object on which you are directly focused. This function prevents you from bumping into obstacles when moving around.
All the retinal cells (rods and cones) are provided with oxygen and other nutrients from the retinal pigment cells (epithelium), which are kept supplied by the rich network of blood vessels in the choroid.

The eye muscles
6 muscles per eye – control eye movements
Also linked to vestibular system (system necessary for balance located in inner ear)
Problems with the eye muscles lead to lazy eye or crossed eyes (strabismus)

Structure of the eye

White of the eye, about 1 mm thick
Tightly woven fivers since pressure in eye 2 times that of atmosphere
Front of eye, transparent bulge
Made of the same material as sclera, just more neatly organized and no blood vessels
Begins to bend light to bring into focus on retina (up to 2/3 of the bending of light)
Astigmatism – If cornea is misshapen, retinal images is distorted.
Cornea should be shaped like bowl, however, with astigmatism, cornea is shaped more like a spoon
Pigmented section of the eye
Darker iris color helps keep extraneous light from entering the eye
Forms the pupil
Pupil size varies according to light intensity
Smaller pupils, better acuity, clarity, or focus over a greater distance (similar to the aperture size on a camera)
As we age, pupil doesn’t open as wide – in a dim lit area, 80 year old’s pupil only opens to about ½ the size of a 20 year old, resulting in less light hitting the retina
Pupil size can also change as a function of excitement, arousal, or fear
Shaped like a large aspirin tablet (about 9 mm in diameter and 4 mm thick)
Important for accommodation (more bending of light)
Ciliary muscles surround the lens.
Objects near by, muscles contract, lens thickens so light is bent as much as possible
Object further away, muscles relax, lens flattens so light is not bent much
Presbyopia – farsightness due to age
As we age, lens continues to grow and becomes more difficult to bend the light as much as it should
Cataract – cloudy lens, reduced transparency, caused by injury or old age
In severe cases, operate to remove (most common cause of blindness in world)
Fluid filling eye, serving to transport oxygen and nutrients and remove waste for several structures (like cornea and lens), maintain shape of eyeball
Glaucoma – excess fluid in eye causes pressure in eye which can damage the retina (most common cause of blinding eye disease in North America)
Floaters – debris can form, causing dark specks to appear, usually harmless, but can be a sign of a detached retina
Retina (see figure 3.8)
Region of highest acuity – fovea (macula)
Where optic nerve leaves the eye – optic disk (blind spot)
If eye is too long and image falls in front of retina, person is nearsighted (myopia)
Correct with concave lens
If eye is too short and image falls behind retina, person is farsighted (hyperopia)
Correct with convex lens
Rods and Cones (photoreceptors) – facing the back of the eye
Problems with cones leads to color blindness
Type dependent on which type of cone (or cones) is missing
Information from photoreceptors passed along to bipolar cells
Horizontally connecting photoreceptors and bipolar cells are horizontal cells
Information from bipolar cells passed along to ganglion cells, who’s axons make up the optic nerve
Horizontally connecting bipolar cells and ganglion cells are amacrine cells

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Perhaps the Tequila sunrises will improve...

The Eagles / Tequila sunrise

Finishing Touches Put on Troubled Weather Satellite

posted: 26 July 2010
04:13 pm ET

The next U.S. weather satellite has received its final observing instrument and will begin pre-launch environmental testing in October, NASA announced last week.

The last of the NPOESS Preparatory Project's five weather sensors arrived at Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. in June and was integrated on the satellite July 14, Ball said in a statement.

NPP is scheduled to launch in October 2011 to replenish a fleet of polar-orbiting weather satellites operated by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

The Cross-track Infrared Sounder, or CrIS instrument, was the final NPP payload bolted to the spacecraft at Ball's satellite factory in Boulder, Colo. CrIS was responsible for an NPP launch delay from January to October 2011 after engineers discovered a voltage issue with electronic components. The sensor was manufactured by ITT Geospatial Systems.

"Successful integration of CrIS brings us one step closer to launching the nation's critically needed, next weather satellite," said Cary Ludtke, vice president and general manager for Ball's civil and operational space business unit.

CrIS will measure vertical profiles of atmospheric temperature and water vapor.

Development troubles with NPP's instruments have caused other delays. The Visible Infrared Imager Radiometer Suite was responsible for previous schedule slips, but it was delivered to Ball in January.

NPP was originally conceived as a NASA technology demonstration mission for the next generation of polar-orbiting weather satellites. But lengthy delays of the National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System, or NPOESS, constellation thrust NPP into a much-needed gapfiller role to bridge between the current fleet and the next program.

The White House terminated the NPOESS program in its fiscal year 2011 budget request in February after the projected life-cycle budget soared to more than $15 billion. NPOESS was jointly managed between NOAA, NASA and the Air Force, which also operates its own weather satellites.

NOAA announced in June that the Joint Polar Satellite System, the NPOESS replacement program, would start operations in 2014 with a clone of the NPP spacecraft.

"With an NPP bus that has already been built, with the instruments nearly all integrated, and with the ground systems prepared to support to NPP, that approach was the lowest risk," Mary Kicza, associate administrator of NOAA's satellite and information service, said in the June 28 announcement.

The next U.S. weather satellite has received its final observing instrument and will begin pre-launch environmental testing in October, NASA announced last week.

The last of the NPOESS Preparatory Project's five weather sensors arrived at Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corp. in June and was integrated on the satellite July 14, Ball said in a statement.

NPP is scheduled to launch in October 2011 to replenish a fleet of polar-orbiting .

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The Eagles / Life in the fast lane

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One of the more interesting considerations of planetary science is the possibility that perhaps women who spend 6 months or similar short periods on other new planets that we find and explore could boost their fertility production span 20 or 30 years, perhaps for as long as the woman lives it would be possible for her to conceive children.

More planets

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Radar technology is really still at a stage that has been thought about to any real significant standard regarding our knowledge of the unknown, man seems to be wondrous about the huge expanse of space, but, for me, many people are scared of its charisma, its subtlety its persona and its ability to totally dwarf all ego. These images of what I would expect from this generation of scientist development show the potential for space exploration expansion with more safety tools and obviously immediately inspire people for what awaits us in terms of exploration. I guess the question is, do people remain among the ignorance of yesteryear's science or do we embrace a full stimulus to unravel what lurks beneath the fathoms of time space and dimension.

The Eagles / Take it to the limit

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Since mans earlier hunter gatherer days his pursuit of food does not really show the trend of his desire for his food to be running tandem with the territory the food is habitat of, obviously this era is a new era and our expansion into space offers obvious options for exponential colonising, the reality of a new era of our evolution would perhaps be relying on our ability to produce food from hydroponic methods, but, that would see a different type of photosynthesis occur at what would be different barometric arenas. Would surface glasshouse agriculture produce an environment inside a different light bandwidth spectrum that would itself take its form in the food of its original growth area thus entering the human body and stimulating the ability to breathe higher quantities of hydrogen and lesser or perhaps more quantities of carbon dioxide, that difference would certainly effect brain activity which itself would effect vision.

Food for thought...

Eagles / One of these nights

Many animals have adapted to night vision, many animals actually adapted to function at night for food and moving distances because it was safer and perhaps because other predators that were predators of their predators were better equipped for catching their prey at night, some animals probably actually chose to procreate at night because they knew their ability to adapt to the conditions was better and there own attributes became the dominant prowess of the entirety of the arena.

Glowing eyes, reflecting eyes, glowing skin patterns, HEIGHTENED SENSES.


July 16, 2010

PASADENA, Calif. -- NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE, will complete its first survey of the entire sky on July 17, 2010. The mission has generated more than one million images so far, of everything from asteroids to distant galaxies.

"Like a globe-trotting shutterbug, WISE has completed a world tour with 1.3 million slides covering the whole sky," said Edward Wright, the principal investigator of the mission at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Some of these images have been processed and stitched together into a new picture being released today. It shows the Pleiades cluster of stars, also known as the Seven Sisters, resting in a tangled bed of wispy dust.
The new picture was taken in February. It shows infrared light from WISE's four detectors in a range of wavelengths. This infrared view highlights the region's expansive dust cloud, through which the Seven Sisters and other stars in the cluster are passing. Infrared light also reveals the smaller and cooler stars of the family.

To view the new image, as well as previously released WISE images, visit and .

"The WISE all-sky survey is helping us sift through the immense and diverse population of celestial objects," said Hashima Hasan, WISE Program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "It's a great example of the high impact science that's possible from NASA's Explorer Program."

The first release of WISE data, covering about 80 percent of the sky, will be delivered to the astronomical community in May of next year. The mission scanned strips of the sky as it orbited around the Earth's poles since its launch last December. WISE always stays over the Earth's day-night line. As the Earth moves around the sun, new slices of sky come into the telescope's field of view. It has taken six months, or the amount of time for Earth to travel halfway around the sun, for the mission to complete one full scan of the entire sky.

For the next three months, the mission will map half of the sky again. This will enhance the telescope's data, revealing more hidden asteroids, stars and galaxies. The mapping will give astronomers a look at what's changed in the sky. The mission will end when the instrument's block of solid hydrogen coolant, needed to chill its infrared detectors, runs out.

"The eyes of WISE have not blinked since launch," said William Irace, the mission's project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. "Both our telescope and spacecraft have performed flawlessly and have imaged every corner of our universe, just as we planned."

So far, WISE has observed more than 100,000 asteroids, both known and previously unseen. Most of these space rocks are in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter. However, some are near-Earth objects, asteroids and comets with orbits that pass relatively close to Earth. WISE has discovered more than 90 of these new near-Earth objects. The infrared telescope is also good at spotting comets that orbit far from Earth and has discovered more than a dozen of these so far.

WISE's infrared vision also gives it a unique ability to pick up the glow of cool stars, called brown dwarfs, in addition to distant galaxies bursting with light and energy. These galaxies are called ultra-luminous infrared galaxies. WISE can see the brightest of them.

"WISE is filling in the blanks on the infrared properties of everything in the universe from nearby asteroids to distant quasars," said Peter Eisenhardt of JPL, project scientist for WISE. "But the most exciting discoveries may well be objects we haven't yet imagined exist."

JPL manages the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington. The mission was selected under NASA's Explorers Program managed by the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. The science instrument was built by the Space Dynamics Laboratory in Logan, Utah, and the spacecraft was built by Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., in Boulder, Colo. Science operations and data processing take place at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. Caltech manages JPL for NASA.

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Fledgling bald eagles don't get the white head and tail until they are about 4 years old]]].

Hopefully some of these would be 24 hour monitors on board a science lab planet orbiter for monitering space plasma and its effects on gradual compression changes among the environment of the work station.

Breeding regions ]

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This comprehensive list of space based telescopes has the necessary resources to explain the multiple uses and types of telescopes our race has in space, had in space and plans to utilise in space in the near future. All basic telescopes mitigating research in the known human interaction with the immediate proximity light spectrum [one range astral projection], x-ray, thermal, radio, gamma, infra red, ultra violet, ion telescopes and various newer types of element detector telescopes based on residue scattering refractive index lensing techniques [hopefully...Lol...].

The search for planets that have magnetism or gravity that is capable of supporting the neccessary infrastructure for eggs to fertilise in a woman ovaries is a serious professional job that most astrobiologists have not presented to the public for consideration, it has not been a particularly talked about subject which is surprizing considering the number of people that want to build a moon colony and want the constellation programme funded, it is the reason I totally support the flexible path which is a commercial space business path to space exploration. Obviously many science research universities will be hiring scientists that have been trained for space operations and astronaught duties [reference : Brian Shiro] for their own research programmes and the United states of America has supplied a generous and bountyful range of vehicles for multi orbit and barometric testing capabilities. The International space station is a vehicle that could be adapted for multiple altitude testing, but, it is rumoured that Robert Bigelow is continuing further into his range of multi orbit range and barometric *variant* habitats.

Evaluating, decision, make beleif, folly, and sensibility.

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The Eagles / Peaceful easy feeling

National Security and the Commercial Space Sector
An Analysis and Evaluation of Options for Improving Commercial Access to Space

Jul 26, 2010

This report examines the relationship between U.S. national security and the commercial space sector, with specific focus on the current state of the space launch industry and launch market. Building on a CSIS annotated briefing released in 2008, entitled “Health of the U.S. Space Industrial Base and the Impact of Export Controls,” this new report describes the importance of the commercial space sector to U.S. national security, catalogues several principal concerns regarding commercial access to space, provides a framework for analyzing options to improve access to commercial launch services, and evaluates those options. The report is a vehicle for further discussion of two key issues: (1) the relationship between the commercial space sector and national security, and (2) the ways in which U.S. policymakers might better manage the nexus between them. Distilled to its core findings, the report concludes that commercial space assets and services are critical to U.S. national security and economic health and, because commercial space is critical, assured access to space for commercial payloads should be an important U.S. national security priority.
This study is divided into five parts. Part 1 discusses the relevance of the commercial space sector to national security and addresses the question of why policymakers should care. Part 2 describes the current state of the commercial space launch market—the federal policies and directives governing space launch, international and domestic capacity, and expected global demand. Part 3 outlines a series of options that could improve commercial access to space with a concomitant benefit to U.S. national security interests. Part 4 defines a set of criteria by which to evaluate the options outlined in Part 3. Finally, Part 5 presents the CSIS evaluation of the option sets using the evaluation criteria. The analysis asks vital questions about the best way forward for both the public and private sectors, pointing to possible solutions that meet the goals and objectives of both.

The Eagles / No more cloudy days

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The Eagles / Desperado

Federal Register: Proposed Rule Implementation of Section 203 of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 (STELA); Amendments to Section 340 of the Communications Act

Jul 28, 2010 11:08 am

The FCC published a proposed rule on Implementation of Section 203 of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 (STELA); Amendments to Section 340 of the Communications Act in today’s Federal Register (75 Fed. Reg. 44198-44209):

SUMMARY: In this document, the Commission proposes changes to its satellite television “significantly viewed” rules to implement Section 203 of the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act of 2010 (STELA). Section 203 of the STELA amends Section 340 of the Communications Act, which gives satellite carriers the authority to offer out-of-market but “significantly viewed” broadcast television network stations as part of their local service to subscribers. The STELA requires the Commission to issue final rules in this proceeding on or before November 24, 2010.

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Advanced radar pictures

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Project RESISTANCE was a domestic espionage operation coordinated under the Domestic Operations Division (DOD) of the CIA. Its purpose was to collect background information on hostile contingencies around the country that might pose as threats to CIA facilities and personnel. Through 1967 to 1973, many local police departments, college campus staff members, and other independent informants collaborated with the CIA to keep track of student radical groups that opposed the U.S. government's foreign policies on Vietnam. Project RESISTANCE and its twin program, Project MERRIMAC were both coordinated by the CIA Office of Security. In addition, the twin projects were branch operations that relayed civilian information to their parent program, Operation CHAOS.

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