In this photo taken by photographer Mark Evans for Getty Images, a man looks at the full moon and the Milky Way in Rylstone, Australia, on May 26, 2021.
In this image, the observer’s flashlight appears to reach the moon. It occurred during the only total lunar eclipse in 2021, in an event known as the Super Flower Moon.
You can see a video of the lunar eclipse here, as well as pictures and early reactions from stargazers. For more photos, check out the gallery below.
Super Flower Moon: Amazing photos of the total lunar eclipse in 2021 The replica splashed in the pool in Hampton, Virginia.
(Image source: NASA)
Tuesday, May 25, 2021: NASA’s Orion capsule is a key technology that will allow humans to return to the moon in 2023. It has been installed at NASA Lansing in Hampton, Virginia. Lee Research Center.
During the test, a structural replica of the spacecraft swung from an altitude of 80 feet (24 meters) and a distance of 135 feet (41 meters) into an impact pool, hitting the water at a speed of 41 miles ( 65 kilometers). per hour per hour). Data generated during experiment
will help engineers fine-tune the structural design of the space capsule ahead of the unmanned launch in November this year. The spacecraft will now be returned to the premises of the Lockheed Martin space company, which is the main contractor responsible for the development and assembly of the space capsule for NASA. On May 18, NASA’s Aqua satellite captured the
wildfire in Manitoba, Canada. The first heat wave hit the Tereza Pultarova
wildfire in Canada.
(Image source: NASA)
Monday, May 24, 2021: Last week, NASA’s Earth Observation Satellite Aqua captured the smoke from a wildfire that broke out in Manitoba, Canada after the early heat wave.
Although ice was still seen covering most of Lake Winnipeg in the second week of May, the temperature in the area soared to 86 to 91 degrees Fahrenheit (30 degrees Celsius and 33 degrees Celsius) on May 19th. Since last fall, southern Manitoba and neighboring Saskatchewan have been lacking rainfall, leading to extreme droughts and making the area prone to wildfires.
In the image taken on May 18, thick clouds of smoke flowed northwest toward the Hudson Bay and into the Canadian interior. Fires reportedly broke out elsewhere. Encourage the evacuation of the Misipawistik Cree Indians and Lake Saint Martin indigenous communities.

 

 

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