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[科技前沿] 【标蓝部分请教大虾】2010-04-04&04-07 廉价的太空拍摄

本帖最后由 ryansterne 于 2010-4-11 09:43 编辑

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Man Explores Space on the Cheap


A British inventor uses a camera, balloon and duct tape to photograph space.

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Up up and a way, that is an intelligent crashing back down on the earth. That is all a part of a plan of a British inventor who’s getting Nasser quality picture of space that is mere cost. David from the BBC report.
This photo was taken by an astrosphere out the space shuttling ... The average cost permission 300million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British scientist balloon, average cost permission 500 pounds.  
This is basically tape, camera 3.7 camera, and a low tracking device for keeping track of the cameras in the whole duration of the fly. And the simple box of trick is sent in sky by Rob usually from a special long sight when the wind getting the way craft.
Now it seems the balloon looks bigger at the moment. But when it reaches its full height it’s about 22 meters across. It eventually burst and with its parachute back down on earth. Robber uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
Spectacular seems carried out pictures… it’s just unbelievable. Absolutely … I guess.  
Who can blame him for being proud? The commercial airline of flying is 6.5 miles high. A U2 spy plane cruses 17 miles up. But robber’s balloon looks down them both for its altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens. Shortly follow by Rob looking in the countryside looking for his pictures. That was impressed too when he wanted to know but he now wants to get young people interest in it.
We are try to encourage our kids being interest in. It’s part of the … in school. The kids get taking pictures is fantastic
A more budget mission in the space a plan for this year.
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Up up and a way, that is an intelligent crashing back down on the earth. That is all a part of a plan of a British inventor who’s getting NASA quality picture of space at mere a fraction of the cost. David Sanvich from the BBC report.
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttling .“devor”.. The average cost permission 300million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist balloon, average cost permission 500 pounds.  
This is basically tape, camera 3.7 camera, and a low tracking device for keeping track of the cameras in the whole duration of the fleight. And the simple box of trick is sent in sky by Rob usually from a special long sight when the wind getting the way craft.
Now it seems the balloon looks bigger at the moment. But when it reaches its full height it’s about 22 meters across. It eventually burst and it's parachuted back down on earth. Robber uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
Spectacular seems carried out pictures… it’s just unbelievable. Absolutely … I guess.  
Who can blame him for being proud? The commercial airline of flying is 6.5 miles high. A U2 spy plane cruses 17 miles up. But robber’s balloon looks down on them both for its altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens. Shortly followed by Rob lurking in the countryside, looking for his pictures. Nasa were impressed too,wanting to know how Rob had done it but he now wants to get young people interested in it.
We are try to encourage our kids being interest in. It’s part of the … in school. The kids get taking pictures in space is fantastic,that's out program
A more budget mission to the edgy space had planned for this year.
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[Homework] 2010-04-04  Man Explores Space on the Cheap
Up up and away, that is until it comes crashing back down to earth.
Yeah. That is all a part of a plan for a British inventor who’s getting NASA quality pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost. Denny Salvage of the BBC reports.
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttling delver. The average cost permission, 300million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist’s balloon. Average cost permission, 500 pounds.  
Very simple. Basically, insulated box made up of polar stone, duct tape; camera, 3.7 camera, and a little tracking device for keeping track of where the camera is in the whole duration of the flight.
And the simple box of trick is sent to sky by rope, usually from a special long sight where the wind gets in the way of an aircraft.
Now if you think this balloon looks bigger the moment, but when it reaches its full height, it’s about 22 meters across. It eventually bursts and it’s parachuted back down to earth. And then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
Spectacular. Just see the atmosphere, the thin blue line which lives in brae, and the cause of blackness of this place. It’s just unbelievable. Absolutely much of the space I guess.  
Who can blame him for being proud? The commercial airlines are fly 6.5 miles high. A U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up. But Robert’s balloon looks down on them both for an altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens. Shortly followed by Rob lurking in the countryside looking for his pictures. NASA was impressed too, wanting to know how Robert’s done it. But he now wants to get young people interested.
We are trying to encourage our kids to be interested in sun. If I did this as a kid at school, I would remember it forever. Taking pictures of space is fantastic. So our progect as well as the budget goes.
More budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year.
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Up,up and away,that isn't crashing / back down on the earth.That's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space that is mere fraction in the cost.Danie Sawich of the  BBC reports
      This photo was taken by an astronaut from the space shuttle endeavor.The average cost per mission 300million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British  anachest scientist's ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.
     " Basically ,insulated box make out/ polar staying,camera,34point camera,low tracking device for / cameras through the whole duration of the flight.And the simple box of tirx is sent sky by Rob,usually from a special launch site where one get in away  their aircraft."
     The ballon looks bigger at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 ,eteres across,and eventually bursts and its parachuter back down to earth,and then Robert using a special tracking device to find the  camear and download the images.
     "Spectacular/Beyond the sea,the atmosphere,the thin blueline which leaves breaks //it was just unbelivable,absolutely."
     And who can blame him for being proud,the commercial airline flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.When that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,looking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
    NASA will impress too,wanting to know how Robert done it,but he now wants  to get young people interested.
    "We try to encourage our kids to be interested in that.This goal,I will remember that forever,/taking pictures is fantastic,both well in schools."
    And more budget missions to the edge of space,a plan for this year.DAnie SAwich BBC news
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本帖最后由 littlecase 于 2010-4-4 23:53 编辑

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Up, up and the way, that’s * crashing back down to the earth

Yes, that’s all the part of the plan from a British investor who is getting NASA quality pictures of space at mere fraction of the cost. Dennis * at the BBC reports.

This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle in Denver, the average cost per mission, 3 million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist’s balloon, average cost per mission, 500 pounds.

For example, basically, * made up of **the evidence of a tape, a camera, * camera and a low tracking device for giving a track whether the camera is trying to hold the flight.

And the simple box of tricks is sent in sky by Rob, usually from a special launch site when getting the weight of the aircraft.

Now, it seems the balloon looks bigger at the moment. When it reaches its full height, it’s about 22 meters across, eventually bursts. And that’s a parachute back down to the earth. And that Rob uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the image.

Spectacular, ** the coverage of out atmosphere, the thing blue which we are living and breathing, and the cost *. Just unbelievable, absolutely * I guess.

And * blamed him for being proud. A commercial airline flies 4.5 miles high and a U2 spy plane cruises 17 meters up. But Robert’s balloon looks down on them both, from the altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens, shortly followed by Rob, looking in the countryside, looking for his pictures. NASA was impressed too, wanting to know how Robert has done it. But he now wants to get young people interested.

We’re trying to encourage our kids to be interested it. If our kids* we’re remembered forever. Taken pictures from the space is fantastic. So *. He as well budget goes.

A more budget mission to the * space, a plan for this year.

Dennis * BBC news, West Yorkshire.
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Robert的话:Spectacular, just see, the **of the carriage, the atmosphere, the blue thin line which we're living and breathing and crosss the brightness place, that was, just unbelieveable, absolutely,uh....***i guess...
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Up up and away, that isn’t until it comes crashing back down the earth. Yes, all part of a plan for British inventor who’s getting NASA quality pictures of space at mere a fraction of the cost. Danny Savage of the BBC reports.
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle Endeavor. The average cost permission 300million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist balloon, average cost permission 500 pounds.  
This is basically an insulated box, made of hollow stone, cover with duct tape, camera, 3.7 camera, and a trail tracking device for keeping track of where the cameras is, throughout the whole duration of the flight. And the simple box of trick is sent skyward by Rob usually from a special launch site where it won’t get into the way of aircraft.
Now if you think this balloon looks bigger the moment, when it reaches its full height it’s about 22 meters across. It eventually burst and it's parachuted back down to earth. And then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
Spectacular to see the outside of the coverage of the earth atmosphere. The thin blue line which we live and breathe in, and of course …, this unbelievable. Absolutely, much of it, I guess.  
And who can blame him for being proud? The commercial airline fly 6.5 miles high. A U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up. But Robert’s balloon looks down on them both from an altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens. Shortly followed by Rob lurking in the countryside, looking for his pictures. NASA were impressed too, wanting to know how Rob had done it but he now wants to get young people interest in it.
We try to encourage our kids interest in science. If
I do this, the kids will go on and remember this forever, taking pictures in space is fantastic so as our project. as well as the budget it goes.
And more budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year.

Danny Savage, BBC News.
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Up,up and away,that isn't crashing / back down on the earth.That's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space that is mere fraction in the cost.Danie Sawich of the  BBC reports
      This photo was taken by an astronaut from the space shuttle endeavor.The average cost per mission 300million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British  anachest scientist's ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.
     " Basically ,insulated box make out/ polar staying,camera,34point camera,low tracking device for / cameras through the whole duration of the flight.And the simple box of tirx is sent sky by Rob,usually from a special launch site where one get in away  their aircraft."
     The ballon looks bigger at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 ,eteres across,and eventually bursts and its parachuter back down to earth,and then Robert using a special tracking device to find the  camear and download the images.
     "Spectacular/Beyond the sea,the atmosphere,the thin blueline which leaves breaks //it was just unbelivable,absolutely."
     And who can blame him for being proud,the commercial airline flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.When that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,looking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
    NASA will impress too,wanting to know how Robert done it,but he now wants  to get young people interested.
    "We try to encourage our kids to be interested in that.This goal,I will remember that forever,/taking pictures is fantastic,both well in schools."
    And more budget missions to the edge of space,a plan for this year.DAnie SAwich BBC news
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Up,up that way,that is an ** comes crashing back down to earth.Yes, that's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost.Danie Sawich of BBC reports
     
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle endeavor.The average cost per mission 300 million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.

" Physical basically ,into this box I post **. Camera,34.3 camera,a low tracking device for keep track of where the camera is from ** .And the simple box of tricks is sent skyward by Rob,usually from a special launch site where wind getting away their aircraft."

You think this ballon looks big at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 meters across,eventually bursts and then it parachutes back back down to earth,and then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
   
"Spectacular ** it is just unbelivable,absolutely **."
     
And who can blame him for being proud,a commercial airline flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.But when that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,looking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
   
NASA will impress too,wanting to know how Robert had done it,but he now wants to get young people  interested.
   
"We try to encourage our kids to be interested. It is **. ** as well as in schools."
   
And more budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year.Danie Sawich BBC news
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Up,up and away,that is until it comes crashing back down to earth.Yes, that's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost. Danny Savage of BBC reports
     
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle Endeavour.The average cost per mission 300 million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist's ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.

"Very simple, basically , an insulated box made out of  polystyrene covered in some sort of tape, Camera,34.3 camera,a little tracking device for keeping track of where the camera is for the whole duration of the flight.And the simple box of tricks is sent skyward by Rob,usually from a special launch site where it won't get in the way of aircraft."

Now if you think this ballon looks big at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 meters across, and it eventually bursts and then is parachuted back down to earth,and then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
   
"It's spectacular to see all the coverage from the earth's atmosphere the thin blue land in which we live and breathe and of course the blackness of space, it is just unbelivable,absolutely, I'm chaffed a bit I guess.
     
And who can blame him for being proud,a commercial airliner flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.But when that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,lurking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
   
NASA were impress too,wanting to know how Robert had done it,but he now wants to get young people  interested.
   
"We try to encourage our kids to be interested in science. If I did this as a kid at school, I'd remember it forever. Taking pictures in space is a fantastic science project, it is well within the capability of schools."   

And more budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year. Danny Savage BBC news, West Yorkshire
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Up,up and away,there is  an ** comes crashing back down to earth.Yes, that's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost.Danie Sawich of BBC reports
     
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle endeavor.The average cost per mission 300 million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.

" very simple basically ,insulated the box with polar stone,cover  #inside the tape,Camera,34.3 camera,a little tracking device for keep track of where the camera is   throughout whole duration of flood .And the simple box of tricks is sent skyward by Rob,usually from a special launch site where it won't get in the way of aircraft."

You think this ballon looks big at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 meters across,eventually bursts and then it is  parasuited back down to earth,and then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
   
"Spectacular this see the out-suit of the coverage of the earth,the earth's atmosphere   the thin blue line which we live and breath in  and the cloth of blackness of the space it is just unbelivable,absolutely **." i guess
     
And who can blame him for being proud,a commercial airline flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.But when that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,lurking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
   
NASA was impressed too,wanting to know how Robert had done it,but he now wants to get young people  interested.
   
"We try to encourage our kids to be interested inside suppose this is a case at school,i would remember it forever, taking pictures in space is an fanstastic art project as well as the budget at  schools."   
And more budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year.Danie Sawich BBC news
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[Homework] 2010-04-04  Man Explores Space on the Cheap
Up up and away, that is until it comes crashing back down to earth.
Yeah. That is all a part of a plan for a British inventor who’s getting NASA quality pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost. Denny Salvage of the BBC reports.
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttling delver. The average cost permission, 300million pounds. This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist’s balloon. Average cost permission, 500 pounds.  
Very simple. Basically, insulated box made up of polar stone, duct tape; camera, 3.7 camera, and a little tracking device for keeping track of where the camera is in the whole duration of the flight.
And the simple box of trick is sent to sky by rope, usually from a special long sight where the wind gets in the way of an aircraft.
Now if you think this balloon looks bigger the moment, but when it reaches its full height, it’s about 22 meters across. It eventually bursts and it’s parachuted back down to earth. And then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
Spectacular. Just see the atmosphere, the thin blue line which lives in brae, and the cause of blackness of this place. It’s just unbelievable. Absolutely much of the space I guess.  
Who can blame him for being proud? The commercial airlines are fly 6.5 miles high. A U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up. But Robert’s balloon looks down on them both for an altitude of 21 miles. But when that balloon goes pop, this is what happens. Shortly followed by Rob lurking in the countryside looking for his pictures. NASA was impressed too, wanting to know how Robert’s done it. But he now wants to get young people interested.
We are trying to encourage our kids to be interested in sun. If I did this as a kid at school, I would remember it forever. Taking pictures of space is fantastic. So our progect as well as the budget goes.
More budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year.
on sparklark
Up,up and away,that is until it comes crashing back down to earth.Yes, that's all part of a plan for a British inventor who's getting NASA quality  pictures of space at a mere fraction of the cost. Danny Savage of BBC reports
     
This photo was taken by an astronaut on the space shuttle Endeavour.The average cost per mission 300 million pounds.This is a photo taken from a British amateur scientist's ballon,average cost per mission 500 pounds.

"Very simple, basically , an insulated box made out of  polystyrene covered in some sort of tape, Camera,34.3 camera,a little tracking device for keeping track of where the camera is for the whole duration of the flight.And the simple box of tricks is sent skyward by Rob,usually from a special launch site where it won't get in the way of aircraft."

Now if you think this ballon looks big at the moment,when it reaches its full height,it is about 22 meters across, and it eventually bursts and then is parachuted back down to earth,and then Robert uses a special tracking device to find the camera and download the images.
   
"It's spectacular to see all the coverage from the earth's atmosphere the thin blue land in which we live and breathe and of course the blackness of space, it is just unbelivable,absolutely, I'm chaffed a bit I guess.
     
And who can blame him for being proud,a commercial airliner flys 6.5 miles high,a U2 spy plane cruises 17 miles up,but Rob's ballon looks down on them both,from an altitude of 21 miles.But when that ballon goes pop,this is what happens,shortly followed by Rob,lurking in the countryside,looking for his pictures.
   
NASA were impressed too,wanting to know how Robert had done it,but he now wants to get young people  interested.
   
"We try to encourage our kids to be interested in science. If I did this as a kid at school, I'd remember it forever. Taking pictures in space is a fantastic science project, it is well within the budget of schools."   

And more budget missions to the edge of space are planned for this year. Danny Savage BBC news, West Yorkshire
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