Taking the skies with your own edges is as easy as starting the NASA rock into a Norwegian night.
The space organization organized its own version of the light phenomenon on Friday to understand how much power comes from the power of the Earth and beyond.
NASA launched two acoustic rockets from the Andøya Norway Space Center, to generate a hidden generation against a real global situation. And it looks very magical:
The process (somewhat uncomfortable) called "ordering order", is the main focus of the NASA Nuclear Contractual Installation Test (AZURE) funded by the Test.
The project will see eight rocket launches over the next two years from the Andøya and Svalbard rocket ranges from Norway.
“The more we learn about gold, the more we understand the basic processes that guide a close-up area of Earth – a much larger part of the human habitat, a home which is t to astronauts but also communication and GPS features that could affect these. on the ground each day, "NASA's blog post says.
The acoustic rockets, launched two minutes apart and reaching a height of 320 kilometers (198 miles) measured average density of temperature and temperature.
When the season was right, it placed both gymethyl alumni (TMA) and a barium / strontium mixture, to emerge when they are open to the sun.
The NASA Sounding Rockets and ASC Program Office launched two acoustic rockets in the AZURE project tonight at 2214 UTC. The two vehicles were launched two minutes apart, reaching 320km of height and allowing visible gas to be seen in in-house conditions in borealis. pic.twitter.com/nrqHJt1Hfx
– Andoya Space Center (@AndoyaSpace) 6th April, 2019
These colorful clouds work as detectors, and therefore researchers can investigate winds directly in the region – these winds create what NASA refers to as a “soup” soup, which retracts. atmospheric energy distribution, chemical parts, and movement.
NASA said that the chemicals released "are not bothering local residents."
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