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Monthly Archives: June 2015

ESA Rosetta cometlander Philae wakes up! Where did she hide on 67P Churyumov Gerasimenko?

On March 2nd, 2004, the ESA Satellite Rosetta was launched. On board, a little comet lander called Philae, from the Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, meant to land on some comet and investigate it. http://www.solarsystemscope.com/rosetta/ After a long journey, passing by several planets, and on which both Rosetta and Philae were put in hybernation, […]


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More raw footage 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami

Because the power of nature never ceases to amaze me … The actual 9.0 Japan 2011 Earthquake via live cams: 15 minutes of stomach crunching movements Liquefaction: earth moving and water starting to flow: And this is only the beginning. What happens after the 6 minute quake shows it’s damage Tsunami: The start at the […]


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Refreshing Mint Syrup – self made!

This afternoon I stumbled over a recipe of one of my favorite drinks: Mint Syrup. Source: Stadtdruide As I have this growing on my balcony and in the garden I decided to give it a try. What you need: – Mint leaves – Sugar – Pimer/Blender – More sugar – Water – A jar or […]


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