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Postaj by Gost on sri kol 26, 2015 3:46 pm

Moonwater is imbued with the energy of the Full or New Moon. It is great for many spells, for ritual drink on full moons or Sabbats, or just for a little extra Goddess energy. Use a glass bottle/jar filled with water left under the moon overnight (a garden or a window sill will do fine) . Add a blessing: “Blessed Moon lend your strength and courage to the water I make this night. May it be filled with your ever lasting love and healing power.


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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on čet ruj 03, 2015 11:57 pm



Fibonaccijev niz

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on pet ruj 11, 2015 11:01 am


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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on pet ruj 11, 2015 12:48 pm

Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:

Fibonaccijev niz

Coriolis efekt.



zasto se galaksije uopce okrecu? neke u desno neke u lijevo?

It’s called mirror symmetry and it has everything to do with a recent study done by physics professor Michael Longo and a team of five undergraduates from the University of Michigan. Their work encompasses the rotation direction of tens of thousands of spiral galaxies cataloged by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. What they’re looking for is the shape of the Big Bang… and what they found is much more elaborate than they thought.

By utilizing SDSS images, the team began looking for mirror symmetry and evidence the early universe spun on an axis. “The mirror image of a counter-clockwise rotating galaxy would have clockwise rotation. More of one type than the other would be evidence for a breakdown of symmetry, or, in physics speak, a parity violation on cosmic scales.” Longo said. However, there seems to be a certain “spin preference” when it comes to spiral galaxies toward the north pole of the Milky Way. Here they found an abundance of left-handed, or counter-clockwise rotating, spirals – an effect which extended beyond an additional 600 million light years.

“The excess is small, about 7 percent, but the chance that it could be a cosmic accident is something like one in a million,” Longo said. “These results are extremely important because they appear to contradict the almost universally accepted notion that on sufficiently large scales the universe is isotropic, with no special direction.”

On the other hand, be it left or right, Galaxy Zoo has done some very interesting research into mirror symmetry as well. In conjunction with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the team also involved the public for their input – a total of 36 million classifications for 893,212 galaxies from 85,276 users. The GZ study is absolutely fascinating and took every variable into account.

“We wish to establish the large scale statistical properties of the galaxy spins. Although there is some level of uncertainty in the overall number counts, it is still possible to look for a dipole, for example, in the spin distributions.” says Kate Land, et al. “Curiously, the dipoles from these two analyses are in completely opposite directions. The samples cover different amounts and parts of the sky, with SDSS mainly in the Northern hemisphere and the sample of Sugai & Iye (1995) predominantly in the Southern hemisphere. In both cases the dipoles tend to point away from the majority of the data but neither analysis fits for a monopole or takes account of their partial sky coverage in assessing the dipole. With incomplete sky coverage the spherical harmonic decomposition is no longer orthogonal and for a sample covering less than half of the sky it is hard to tell the difference between a monopole (an excess of one type over the other) and a dipole (an asymmetry in the distribution).”

So what’s the end result? Well, chances are good that our universe was born spinning… but like any family, there isn’t much evidence one way or another that says most members have to be right – or left – handed. It’s more about how we, as humans, perceive them…

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/

http://arxiv.org/pdf/0803.3247v4.pdf

http://www.universetoday.com/87488/are-the-galaxies-in-our-universe-more-right-handed-or-left-handed/


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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on pet ruj 11, 2015 1:21 pm

e, to je to:

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/tools/

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/tools/places/page1.asp

Scrolling sky

This page allows you to see how the sky is scrolling past our camera during an observation. By clicking on any of the run/camcol combinations, you can watch the sky at a resolution of approximately 1 arcseconds per pixel. You can stop the scrolling any time, by clicking on the small stop sign below the SDSS icon in the top left of the page (this may take a few seconds to respond).

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/tools/scroll/


koga zanima ima materijala pun univerzum na tom serveru. malo proucite upute da bi se mogli snaci u svemu tome. bon voyage Happy

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Postaj by Gost on pet ruj 11, 2015 1:59 pm

pomislih da "svjetlosne zrake" koje emitira ovaj objekt na linku ipod nisu zrake nego opticki artefakt u teleskopu. mdjutim povecanjem fotke klikom na + povecaj vidi se sasvim nesto drugo. nije artefakt. i onda kliknes na "invert image" pa se vidi jos bolje.

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr12/en/tools/chart/navi.aspx?ra=260.121&dec=58.797

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on sub ruj 12, 2015 10:10 pm

Esco je napisao/la:
Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:

Fibonaccijev niz

Coriolis efekt.



zasto se galaksije uopce okrecu? neke u desno neke  u lijevo?

It’s called mirror symmetry and it has everything to do with a recent study done by physics professor Michael Longo and a team of five undergraduates from the University of Michigan. Their work encompasses the rotation direction of tens of thousands of spiral galaxies cataloged by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. What they’re looking for is the shape of the Big Bang… and what they found is much more elaborate than they thought.

By utilizing SDSS images, the team began looking for mirror symmetry and evidence the early universe spun on an axis. “The mirror image of a counter-clockwise rotating galaxy would have clockwise rotation. More of one type than the other would be evidence for a breakdown of symmetry, or, in physics speak, a parity violation on cosmic scales.” Longo said. However, there seems to be a certain “spin preference” when it comes to spiral galaxies toward the north pole of the Milky Way. Here they found an abundance of left-handed, or counter-clockwise rotating, spirals – an effect which extended beyond an additional 600 million light years.

“The excess is small, about 7 percent, but the chance that it could be a cosmic accident is something like one in a million,” Longo said. “These results are extremely important because they appear to contradict the almost universally accepted notion that on sufficiently large scales the universe is isotropic, with no special direction.”

On the other hand, be it left or right, Galaxy Zoo has done some very interesting research into mirror symmetry as well. In conjunction with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, the team also involved the public for their input – a total of 36 million classifications for 893,212 galaxies from 85,276 users. The GZ study is absolutely fascinating and took every variable into account.

“We wish to establish the large scale statistical properties of the galaxy spins. Although there is some level of uncertainty in the overall number counts, it is still possible to look for a dipole, for example, in the spin distributions.” says Kate Land, et al. “Curiously, the dipoles from these two analyses are in completely opposite directions. The samples cover different amounts and parts of the sky, with SDSS mainly in the Northern hemisphere and the sample of Sugai & Iye (1995) predominantly in the Southern hemisphere. In both cases the dipoles tend to point away from the majority of the data but neither analysis fits for a monopole or takes account of their partial sky coverage in assessing the dipole. With incomplete sky coverage the spherical harmonic decomposition is no longer orthogonal and for a sample covering less than half of the sky it is hard to tell the difference between a monopole (an excess of one type over the other) and a dipole (an asymmetry in the distribution).”

So what’s the end result? Well, chances are good that our universe was born spinning… but like any family, there isn’t much evidence one way or another that says most members have to be right – or left – handed. It’s more about how we, as humans, perceive them…

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/

http://arxiv.org/pdf/0803.3247v4.pdf

http://www.universetoday.com/87488/are-the-galaxies-in-our-universe-more-right-handed-or-left-handed/


Eto, sad i to znam(o). Hvala. Happy A one linkove naknadno proucim jer mi dosta gutaju s mobilnog paketa. Nasao mi je ovaj nas crtac Viktora (i headera) neke linkove za realisticnu simulaciju upravljanja zrakoplovom i space shuttleom, pa cu postaviti ovdje. Ubrzo cu samostalno letjeti, vu-hu Grin.

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on sub ruj 12, 2015 11:25 pm

o, ima tu mnogo toga to je database za profi astronome ali sad dostupna i nama smrtnicima za proucavanje. treba ipak znat neku elementarnu teoriju iz astronomije za skuzit sve te brojeve, inace su korisne i koordinate za one koji imaju teleskop spojen na PC software samo ukucas koordinate u software i teleskop se automatski usmjeri tamo di treba...dobro je i za pocetnike gledas diretno kroz teleskop na svom monitoru. koga zanima bolju stranicu nema osim ove dve:

Welcome to SkyServer! This site gives you access to all the data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). Here, you will learn how to use exactly the same tools that professional astronomers use.

You are now viewing the catalog data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey's Data Release 8. (link opens in a new window)

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/help/docs/default.asp

http://skyserver.sdss.org/dr8/en/

i ova:

http://www.galaxyzoo.org/

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on uto ruj 29, 2015 11:14 am

Pretpostavljam da ste svi dosad procitali ili culi o otkricu vode na Marsu Happy (i da, znam prastaru foru s casom vode na cokoladici Silly ) pa cu samo prenijeti Googleovu simpa animaciju.


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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by besposlenpop on uto ruj 29, 2015 4:17 pm

Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:Pretpostavljam da ste svi dosad procitali ili culi o otkricu vode na Marsu Happy (i da, znam prastaru foru s casom vode na cokoladici Silly ) pa cu samo prenijeti poruku K-Ivice:
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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on čet lis 01, 2015 3:40 pm

besposlenpop je napisao/la:
Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:Pretpostavljam da ste svi dosad procitali ili culi o otkricu vode na Marsu Happy (i da, znam prastaru foru s casom vode na cokoladici Silly ) pa cu samo prenijeti poruku K-Ivice:


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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Buffy on sub lis 03, 2015 8:14 am

Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:
besposlenpop je napisao/la:
Plavi.kaputic je napisao/la:Pretpostavljam da ste svi dosad procitali ili culi o otkricu vode na Marsu Happy (i da, znam prastaru foru s casom vode na cokoladici Silly ) pa cu samo prenijeti poruku K-Ivice:

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on pet stu 13, 2015 1:56 am



Lijepa..

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on sub oľu 12, 2016 11:14 am



Venerin i Zemljin ples u 8-godisnjem vremenskom pesiodu. Lijepa cipka.

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Buffy on ned oľu 13, 2016 8:13 am

Baš si mi na nešt odgovorila Happy
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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Gost on čet oľu 17, 2016 11:31 am

Buffy je napisao/la:Baš si mi na nešt odgovorila Happy

Drago mi je. :-) Nadam se da je lijepa prica.

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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by Buffy on pet oľu 18, 2016 2:39 pm

Matematička i suodnosna Happy

Bilo bi dobro vidjeti kruženje Marsa i usporediti...
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Re: Once in a blue moon ...

Postaj by whisperer on sri tra 20, 2016 12:21 am

Genijalni kompozitor filmske muzike, Henry Mancini rođen na danasnji dan 1924. Snimio je preko 90 albuma, stilski variraju od dzeza, klasike, pop muzike.. Čuvena je tema za "Pink Panter", film "Love Story", zatim melodija "Moon River" iz filma "Dorucak kod Tifanija" i mnoge druge...



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