Monday, December 7, 2015

My Dear Chennai! What Happen to You?

Hello, Friends. No matter where u lives but there are more people living in Chennai. And its the capital of Tamil Nadu.
Now the Chennai is struggling in flood. I am living in #Anakaputhur. One of the area affected by FLOOD. Other people plz Help us

Bikes are damaged. They are waiting for service

Flood Affected all the vehicle. All are waiting for service.

People waiting for buying milk

People waiting in Q to get Milk packets

Flood affected a provision shop and all rice

All items are damaged in a provision shop in Anakaputhur

Anakaputhur River Bridge

Kundrathur - Anakaputhur Bridge.
(Tharai Paalam)
This Bridge is Over Flood. People not allowed at that time. Now its Slowing.

Actually. My Friends are in Other area. Saidapet. Manali, kolapakkam, kovur, Mangadu (paraniputhur), kundrathur, I didn't see any one. I am going to check. Plz! Pray for us

#Chennai Corporation is offering free bus  service till today. 5/12/15 to 8/12/15 (4 days )
** TN Govt is offering Rs. 10000, 5000 to all who affected by Flood
**Maximum Share Auto's Are offering free service to porur to Kundrathur. On 9th DEC 15 (I think so)
** Most people are helping all other affected peoples.

Monday, November 9, 2015

A Quadruple Sky Over Great Salt Lake


Image Credits: NASA App; Michael Wilson

Description of Own
This was a sky to show the kids. All in all, three children, three planets, the Moon, a star, an airplane and a mom were all captured in one image near Great Salt Lake in UtahUSA in early September of 2005. Minus the airplane and the quadruple on the ground, this busy quadruple coincidence sky was visible last week all over the world. The easiest object to spot is the crescentMoon, which is easily the brightest sky orb in the featured image. Venus is the highest planet in the sky, with Jupiter to its right. The bright starSpica completes the quadruple just below Venus. The streak on the far right is an airplane. Mom is seated. Grandpa, appreciating the beauty of the moment, took the picture. This week, the pre-dawn sky shows a similar conjunction of planets.
Image Credit & Copyright: Michael Wilson

Monday, November 2, 2015

Close look of Saturn's moon Enceladus - Flyby


Image credit: NASA

This unprocessed "raw" image of Saturn's icy, geologically active moon Enceladus was acquired by NASA's Cassini spacecraft during its dramatic Oct. 28, 2015 flyby in which the probe passed about 30 miles (49 kilometers) above the moon's south polar region. The spacecraft will continue transmitting its data from the Enceladus encounter for the next several days. Cassini's next and final close Enceladus flyby will take place on Dec. 19, when the spacecraft will measure the amount of heat coming from the moon's interior.

Researchers will soon begin studying data from Cassini's gas analyzer and dust detector instruments, which directly sampled the moon's plume of gas and dust-sized icy particles during the flyby. Those analyses are likely to take several weeks, but should provide important insights about the composition of the global ocean beneath Enceladus' surface and any hydrothermal activity occurring on the ocean floor. The potential for such activity in this small ocean world has made Enceladus a prime target for future exploration in search of habitable environments in the solar system beyond Earth.

Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute


Dunelands of Titan

Saturn's moon "Titan
Saturn's moon "Titan"

Image credits: NASA , JPL


Saturn's frigid moon Titan has some characteristics that are oddly similar to Earth, but still slightly alien. It has clouds, rain and lakes (made of methane and ethane), a solid surface (made of water ice), and vast dune fields (filled with hydrocarbon sands).

The dark, H-shaped area seen here contains two of the dune-filled regions, Fensal (in the north) and Aztlan (to the south).

Cassini's cameras have frequently monitored the surface of Titan (3200 miles or 5150 kilometers across) to look for changes in its features over the course of the mission. Any changes would help scientists better understand different phenomena like winds and dune formation on this strangely earth-like moon.

For a closer view of Fensal-Aztlan, see PIA07732.

This view looks toward the leading side of Titan. North on Titan is up. The image was taken with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on July 25, 2015 using a spectral filter sensitive to wavelengths of near-infrared light centered at 938 nanometers.

The view was obtained at a distance of approximately 450,000 miles (730,000 kilometers) from Titan and at a Sun-Titan-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 32 degrees. Image scale is 3 miles (4 kilometers) per pixel.

The Cassini mission is a cooperative project of NASA, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the Italian Space Agency. The Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the mission for NASA's Science Mission Directorate, Washington. The Cassini orbiter and its two onboard cameras were designed, developed and assembled at JPL. The imaging operations center is based at the Space Science Institute in Boulder, Colorado.

For more information about the Cassini-Huygens mission visit or . The Cassini imaging team homepage is at

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute


Friday, October 30, 2015

Amazing Green Grass

Amazing Grass :
All we know about Grass is, its just a small thing . but there is a lot or verity in green grass. These photos are one of the verity's of grass. 
Photo location is  yearcaud [Tamil Nadu]
You can find the Types of Grass in this link

Green Grass


Photos by : Canon IXUS 132
Location: Tamil Nadu (Yearcaud)

Ozone Hole 2015 (Status)

Ozone Layer Status at 2015

Image credits: NASA App

The ozone hole over Antarctica grew relatively large in 2015, according to data acquired by theOzone Monitoring Instrument (OMI) on NASA's Aura satellite and the Ozone Monitoring and Profiler Suite(OMPS) on the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite.

On October 2, 2015, OMI observed that the hole had reached its largest single-day area for the year. The image above, based on data acquired with OMI, shows the hole on that day. It spanned 28.2 million square kilometers (10.9 million square miles)--the fourth-largest area measured since the start of the satellite record in 1979. The largest single-day ozone hole recorded by satellite was 29.9 million square kilometers (11.5 million square miles) on September 9, 2000.

The ozone "hole" is not literally a hole; rather, the phenomenon is defined as the area where the concentration of ozone drops below the historical threshold of 220 Dobson Units. In the image above, those areas are purple and blue.

The ozone depletion phenomenon is seasonal, starting each year during the Antarctic spring and peaking between mid-September and early October. In 2015, the hole started slowly but then quickly expanded to cover a large area. The average size in September-October 2015 was 25.6 million square kilometers (9.9 million square miles)--also the fourth largest since the start of the satellite record. The largest September-October average on record was 26.6 million square kilometers (10.3 million square miles) in 2006.

In 2015, ozone concentrations also plunged lower than in recent years. On October 4, ozone reached an annual minimum concentration of 101 Dobson Units.

While the ozone hole area was large in 2015, the size was consistent with what scientists know about ozone depletion and chemistry. According to NASA atmospheric scientist Paul Newman, there are still plenty of ozone-depleting chlorine and bromine compounds present in the stratosphere. Moreover, the lower stratosphere was colder than in previous years, which creates favorable conditions for ozone-depleting chemical reactions.

Visit World of Change: Antarctic Ozone Hole to see how the holes have evolved since 1979.

References and Related Reading

NASA Earth Observatory (2015) World of Change: Antarctic Ozone Hole.NASA Goddard (2015, October 23) Ozone Hole Watch. Accessed October 26, 2015.NASA Goddard (2015, October 22) NASA Study Shows That Common Coolants Contribute to Ozone Depletion. Accessed October 26, 2015.NASA Goddard (2015, October 7) 2015 Antarctic Ozone Hole Area Approaches Annual Maximum. Accessed October 26, 2015.Ozone Monitoring and Profiler Suite blog (2015, October 11) The Ozone Hole for 2015.Accessed October 26, 2015.

NASA images from Ozone Hole Watch. Caption by Kathryn Hansen.

Instrument(s):Aura - OMI


Mapping Pluto's "Broken Heart"


Image credits: NASA


In addition to transmitting new high-resolution images and other data on the familiar close-approach hemispheres of Pluto and Charon, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is also returning images '“ such as this one '“ to improve maps of other regions.

This image was taken by the New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on the morning of July 13, 2015, from a range of 1.03 million miles (1.7 million kilometers) and has a resolution of 5.1 miles (8.3 kilometers) per pixel. It provides fascinating new details to help the science team map the informally named Krun Macula (the prominent dark spot at the bottom of the image) and the complex terrain east and northeast of Pluto's 'heart'� (Tombaugh Regio). Pluto's north pole is on the planet's disk at the 12 o'clock position of this image.


New Horizons

The Witch Head Nebula (NASA)



Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble .... maybe Macbeth should have consulted the Witch Head Nebula. A suggestively shaped reflection nebula, this cosmic crone is about 800 light-years away though. Its frightening visage seems to glare toward nearby bright star Rigel in Orion, just off the right edge of this frame. More formally known as IC 2118, the interstellar cloud of dust and gas is nearly 70 light-years across, its dust grains reflecting Rigel's starlight. In this composite portrait, the nebula's color is caused not only by the star's intense bluish light but because the dust grains scatter blue light more efficiently than red. The same physical process causes Earth's daytime sky to appear blue, although the scatterers in planet Earth's atmosphere are molecules of nitrogen and oxygen.

Image Credit & Copyright: Jeff Signorelli

Monday, August 10, 2015

The space is Really Biggggg!!!

Group of galaxy

Sometimes galaxies form groups. For example, our own Milky Way Galaxy is part of the Local Group of Galaxies. Small, compact groups, like Hickson Compact Group 87 (HCG 87shown above, are interesting partly because they slowly self-destruct. Indeed, the galaxies of HCG 87 are gravitationally stretching each other during their 100-million year orbits around a common center. The pulling creates colliding gas that causes bright bursts of star formation and feeds matter into their active galaxy centers. HCG 87 is composed of a large edge-on spiral galaxy visible near the image center, an elliptical galaxy visible to its right, and a spiral galaxy visible near the top. The small spiral near the center might be far in the distance. Several stars from our Galaxy are also visible in the foreground. Studying groups like HCG 87 allows insight into how all galaxies form and evolve.
Image Credit: GMOS-S Commissioning Team,Gemini Observatory

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Stormy Seas in Sagittarius


Some of the most breathtaking views in the Universe are created by nebulae — hot, glowing clouds of gas. This new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image shows the center of the Lagoon Nebula, an object with a deceptively tranquil name, in the constellation of Sagittarius. The region is filled with intense winds from hot stars, churning funnels of gas, and energetic star formation, all embedded within an intricate haze of gas and pitch-dark dust.

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, J. Trauger (Jet Propulson Laboratory)

Hubble Space Telescope

Friday, July 31, 2015

Pluto's Moons

Nix & Hydra

New Horizon Captured two of Pluto's smaller moons. Named nix and hydra

Pluto's moon Nix (left), shown here in enhanced color as imaged by the New Horizons Ralph instrument, has a reddish spot that has attracted the interest of mission scientists.andnbsp; The data were obtained on the morning of July 14, 2015, and received on the ground on July 18.andnbsp; At the time the observations were taken New Horizons was about 102,000 miles (165,000 km) from Nix. The image shows features as small as approximately 2 miles (3 kilometers) across on Nix, which is estimated to be 26 miles (42 kilometers) long and 22 miles (36 kilometers) wide.

Pluto's small, irregularly shaped moon Hydra (right) is revealed in this black and white image taken from New Horizons' LORRI instrument on July 14, 2015, from a distance of about 143,000 miles (231,000 kilometers). Features as small as 0.7 miles (1.2 kilometers) are visible on Hydra, which measures 34 miles (55 kilometers) in length.andnbsp;

While Pluto's largest moon Charon has grabbed most of the lunar spotlight so far, these two smaller and lesser-known satellites are now getting some attention.andnbsp; Nix and Hydra '“ the second and third moons to be discovered '“ are approximately the same size, but their similarity ends there.

New Horizons' first color image of Pluto's moon Nix, in which colors have been enhanced, reveals an intriguing andnbsp;region on the jelly bean-shaped satellite, which is estimated to be 26 miles (42 kilometers) long and 22 miles (36 kilometers) wide.

Although the overall surface color of Nix is neutral grey in the image, the newfound region has a distinct red tint.andnbsp; Hints of a bull's-eye pattern lead scientists to speculate that the reddish region is a crater. 'Additional compositional data has already been taken of Nix, but is not yet downlinked. It will tell us why this region is redder than its surroundings,'� said mission scientist Carly Howett, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, Colorado. She added, 'This observation is so tantalizing, I'm finding it hard to be patient for more Nix data to be downlinked.'� andnbsp;

Meanwhile, the sharpest image yet received from New Horizons of Pluto's satellite Hydra shows that its irregular shape resembles the state of Michigan. The new image was made by the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on July 14, 2015 from a distance of 143,000 miles (231,000 kilometers), and shows features as small as 0.7 miles (1.2 kilometers) across. There appear to be at least two large craters, one of which is mostly in shadow. The upper portion looks darker than the rest of Hydra, suggesting a possible difference in surface composition. From this image, mission scientists have estimated that Hydra is 34 miles (55 kilometers) long and 25 miles (40 kilometers) wide. Commented mission science collaborator Ted Stryk of Roane State Community College in Tennessee, 'Before last week, Hydra was just a faint point of light, so it's a surreal experienceandnbsp;to see it become an actual place, as we see its shape and spot recognizable features on its surface for the first time.'�

Images of Pluto's most recently discovered moons, Styx and Kerberos, are expected to be transmitted to Earth no later than mid-October.

Nix and Hydra were both discovered in 2005 using Hubble Space Telescope data by a research team led by New Horizons project scientist Hal Weaver, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Maryland. New Horizons' findings on the surface characteristics and other properties of Nix and Hydra will help scientists understand the origins and subsequent history of Pluto and its moons.

Image Credit:andnbsp;NASA/JHUAPL/SWRI

New Horizons

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

The Sombrero Galaxy from Hubble


Image credits by NASA


Why does the Sombrero Galaxy look like a hat? Reasons include the Sombrero's unusually large and extended central bulge of stars, and dark prominent dust lanes that appear in a disk that we see nearly edge-on. Billions of old stars cause the diffuse glow of the extended central bulge. Close inspection of the bulge in the above photograph shows many points of light that are actually globular clusters.M104's spectacular dustri
ngs harbor many younger and brighter stars, and show intricate details astronomersdon't yet fully understand. The very center of theSombrero glows across the electromagnetic spectrum, and is thought to house a large black hole. Fifty million-year-old light from the Sombrero Galaxy can be seen with a small telescope towards theconstellation of Virgo.

Hubble Space Telescope

Saturday, July 25, 2015

The "M31" Galaxy

Ultraviolet rings of M31

This also called as spiral galaxy. This is just 2.5 million light years away from Andromeda Galaxy.
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   A mere 2.5 million light-years away the Andromeda Galaxy, alsoknown as M31, really is just next door as large galaxies go.So closeand spanningsome 260,000 light-years, it took 11 different image fields from theGalaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) satellite'stelescope to produce this gorgeous portrait of the spiral galaxy inultraviolet light.While its spiral arms stand out invisible light images of Andromeda,the arms look more like rings intheGALEX ultraviolet view,a view dominated by the energetic light from hot, young, massive stars.As sites of intense star formation, the rings have been interpreted asevidence Andromeda collided with its smaller neighboring ellipticalgalaxy M32 more than 200 million years ago.The large Andromeda galaxyand our own Milky Way are the most massive members of thelocalgalaxy group.


Image credits: NASA, Hubble space telescope

Saturday, July 18, 2015

'New Horizon' and 'Pluto'

New horizon

This is "new horizon" launching at 2006

Pluto closeup

"New Horizon" on the Mission.
It takes photo of "Pluto" its a very closeup look of Pluto ever made.

Pictures by NASA / launch Photography by Ben Cooper

Monday, June 29, 2015

Picture is talking

A Goat

A Goat

A modern IT Company in Singapore

A modern IT Company in Singapore

Sunset scene

Sunset scene

A Laptop Repair Shop in Chennai

A Laptop Repair Shop in Chennai

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Pollution What You See

Save the Nature of the Earth

These photos showing the worst thing fine by us. See this

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Global 'Warm' ing

Friends. This is the issue we are facing right now. It will going to be the 'war of the world' we all fight together to stop this. See this sad news

Tweet show the Problem

Please. Save the rain water. Save people. That's my word....

The Sun 

For that, we can not shun the sun, Our job is only to keep the planet cool


We forget to plant. Trees on our home.
Also we cut down the trees and forest. To built our homes and industries.... Now we are suffering... 

coconut trees

Plant more Plants and love Planet Green(blue)

Thursday, May 14, 2015


See the 13 mega pixel camera in action







All photos are taken by YUREKA

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Green home

This title means not a green color paint but it stands for plants and some fruits and vegetables and trees like this



( it's not mean a tree house)


Have some banana