AC DC y El Koala (Yo via jase un corra) by SpainFusion2010 AC DC y El Koala (Yo via jase un corra)
No te olvides de poner el Where en el Delete From. (Una canción para programadores) by Jorge Rubira Santos No te olvides de poner el Where en el Delete From. (Una canción para programadores)
Voyager 1 PWS electron plasma oscillations beyond the heliopause by VoyagerPWS This animation combines two ways of displaying the Voyager Plasma Wave Science (PWS) observations of electron plasma oscillations which provide the basis for concluding that the spacecraft is now in interstellar space. The graphic is called a spectrogram that shows the amplitude of waves (in which reds are the most intense and blues the least intense) as a function of frequency (vertical axis) and time (horizontal axis). In many respects, this spectrogram is like a voice print which shows the evolution of the spectrum of sounds as a function of time. The sound track reproduces the amplitude and frequency of the plasma waves observed. The vertical white bar that moves across the spectrogram links the sound track to the graphic. The frequency range shown from about 1.75 kiloHertz to 3.5 kiloHertz is a portion of the actual frequency range detected by PWS and is well within the audio frequency range. Importantly, the frequency is directly related to the number of electrons per unit volume in the vicinity of Voyager and corresponds to about 1 electron per 10 cubic centimeters or a cube about 1 inch on a side. The time scale for this presentation represents 225 days or a bit more than 7 months, while it only takes about 12 seconds to play the audio file. Hence, the time compression is about 1.6 million to one. It should be noted that this compression was done in such a way as to not change the frequencies. In this animation, there are two events of interest. In the October-November 2012 time frame there is a tone near 2.1 kHz which gradually increases in frequency. Again, in the April-May 2013 time frame there is another event, somewhat more intense and at a higher frequency near 2.6 kHz. We conclude that these two events indicate an ongoing trend to higher frequencies. The second graphic frame which appears in the animation includes a dashed line showing this increase in frequency and suggests that the density of electrons is continually increasing over this time interval as Voyager moves outwards from the heliopause (which was crossed on 25 August 2012). For a short sample of the raw uncompressed and unfiltered audio of these electron plasma oscillations, see http://ift.tt/1cwaBMj Voyager project: http://ift.tt/tczvqG Voyager PWS: http://ift.tt/1cwaCQa Space audio: http://space-audio.org/ Similar videos: http://ift.tt/1iCVEW4
Nice and sexy Misty cosplay by the beauty Illisia Cosplay and Photography.
Super sexy and pretty Mary Jane from Spiderman by the nice Ainlina
Inspired by J Scott Campbell’s awesome drawing
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This was actually Harrison Ford improvising. There was supposed to be a long complicated battle where he used the whip to disarm the guy, but Harrison had dysentery and it was hot and he said “Hey Steven can I just shoot him?” and Spielberg liked it so much it went in the movie.
Dysentery never looks so delicious
That guy who he shot spent months training with the sword
Ford was literally on the verge of dying during this part of the production.
First rule of the Doctor Jones fandom ALWAYS reblog this gifset when it comes on your dashboard.