How do I find my NASA photos?

How do I find my NASA photos?

To find your picture, head to the website, scroll to the bottom, and click ‘calendar. ‘ Find your birth year or the birth year of the person whose picture you want to find (1995-2022), and then pick a month. Then select the day to see your image.

How do you find a photo of the day in astronomy?

1. Do a Google search for “NASA calendar.” 2. Click on the search result that takes you to the Astronomy Picture of the Day Calendar.

When did NASA start taking pictures every day?

Since 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope has floated through space, taking pictures of the universe 24 hours a day, seven days a week – meaning that in its time, it has witnessed some incredible cosmic events. Using a tool on the Nasa website, you can see what deep-space images the telescope captured on your birthday.

Where will the solar eclipse of 2012 be visible?

The first solar eclipse of 2012 occurs at the Moon’s descending node in central Taurus. An annular eclipse will be visible from a 240 to 300 kilometre-wide track that traverses eastern Asia, the northern Pacific Ocean and the western United States.

What is the significance of the December 21 lunar eclipse?

The timing of craters is useful in determining the atmospheric enlargement of Earth’s shadow (see Crater Timings During Lunar Eclipses). The December 21 total lunar eclipse belongs to Saros 125 a series of 72 eclipses in the following sequence: 17 penumbral, 13 partial, 26 total, 9 partial, and 7 penumbral lunar eclipses (Espenak and Meeus, 2009).

What happened to the solar eruption of 2012?

Credit: NASA/SDO A solar eruption gracefully rose up from the sun on December 31, 2012, twisting and turning. Magnetic forces drove the flow of plasma, but without sufficient force to overcome the sun’s gravity much of the plasma fell back into…

How many total eclipses are in the series of Saros 128?

Saros 128 terminates on 2282 Nov 01 after a string of 9 partial eclipses. Complete details for the 73 eclipses in the series (in the sequence of 24 partial, 4 total, 4 hybrid, 32 annular, and 9 partial) may be found at: