NASA : Arsi Piang suak dan zir dingin Bualrawn tiat Balloon an hmang ding

NASA cun arsi piang suakdan zir dingin telescope bun mi bualrawn tiat phawphaleng (balloon) hmang a tum thu a phuang.

Telescope cu ASTHROS(Astrophysics Stratospheric Telescope for High Spectral Resolution Observations at Submillimeter-wavelengths) ti`n hmin an pek ih 8.4 feet hrawng a sau.

Cuih telescope cu feet 400 tuum, bualrawn tiat balloon ah kop telin leilung ihsin peng 24 sangnak boruak par ah an thlah ding. NASA tumtah nakhmun a thlen veten Milky Way galaxy ih arsi thar piang rero lai mi pahnih, galaxy Messier 83 le arsi nauhak TW Hydrae umdaan, cangvaihdan pawl a thlingthla ding.

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CSBF NASA, Integration of SunbYte II in July 2018 #nasa #space #engineering

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ASTHROS kilkhawi tuding NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory ih ṭuanvonei pakhat cun, “technology san ih balloon hmang cu san a man lo tuk. Nan, tumtah vekih a hlawhtling thei a si le space mission pangai hnakin tam zet kan save ding.”

“Vanzam a zam sangbiknak ai ih let 4 sangnak hmun ah a cawl dingih boruak thli hnawmbal ruangih kan hmu thei lo mi pawl cu fiangzet in a hmu thei ding. Kan tumtahmi kan hlawhtling a si le space khualtlawnnak kan nei leh ding mi hrang ah a ṭangkai zet ding. Arsi piang suakdan khal ka zir thei ding. Cun, santhar nonawn mifim pawl hrang khalah zirnak ṭhazet pakhat a si” a ti.

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COSI is a gamma ray telescope that utilizes a newly developed scientific balloon by NASA’s Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility: the heavy-lift Super Pressure balloon. These helium filled balloons can carry a 2 ton scientific payload high into the stratosphere for over three months where it can collect data from the cosmos! When the balloon fully expands, it’s the size of a football field! Whaaaaaaaaa?!? Most prototypes start on balloon programs before progressing to rocket missions that put them into orbit. This balloon launched out of Wanaka New Zealand in 2016, circumnavigated the globe, then landed in south Chile where it was recovered. Fun fact: in 1947 a NASA high altitude balloon crash landed in Roswell, New Mexico. A rancher named Mac Brazel found a small piece of wreckage from this scientific payload, couldn’t identify it, and claimed it must have come from an alien space ship. This may have been the single most significant incident that is responsible for the alien folklore emerging from “Area 51” still to this day. #nasa #nasascientist #gammaray #physics #nasaballoon #astrophysics #wanaka #newzealand #csbf #scientificballoon #billnye #space #blackhole #didyouknow #neildegrassetyson #nerd #geek #particlephysics #astronomy #universe #galaxy

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Atu ah an tumtah mi hluhsuah thei dingin hmalaknak an nei rero ih, telescope telh cihmi balloon cu 2023 kum cem lam ah an thlah tum a si.

Research balloon ziang a si?
Science thawn pehpar mi zirnak ah an hmang ṭheu mi a siih vansang ih nikhua tahnak khal ah an hmang. Atlangpin research hrang ih an hmang mi High-altitude balloon cu minung tel loin an thlah ṭheu. Azam theinak dingah helium lole hydrogen an thun ih plastic cii khat “polyethylene” thawn tuah mi a si.


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