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Aura probeert Harlekijn te verleiden
Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore [...] [Frontispice]

Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore [...] [Frontispice]

Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore (IFF 130) (Group title) Frontispice de l’album Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore (IFF 130), 1823, 11/16 planches, 1 frontispice, lithographies

Chap. VII: C'est à qui m'aura (Who will claim me?)
Åbo Domkyrka vid floden Aura i Finland. Med fotografiet vann fotografen pris i Paris 1892.

Åbo Domkyrka vid floden Aura i Finland. Med fotografiet vann fotografe...

Åbo Domkyrka vid floden Aura i Finland. Med fotografiet vann fotografen pris i Paris 1892.

On les aura

On les aura

Bust portrait of a poilu smoking a pipe. Translation of title: We will get them. Signed: Charles Toché, Avril 1916. Promotional goal: Fr. J42. 1916. Item is no. 101 in a printed checklist available in the Libra... More

On les aura! 2e Emprunt de la Dfense Nationale. Souscrivez. We will beat them! 2d National Defense Loan. Subscribe. Color poster by Jules Abel Faivre.
On les aura! 2e Emprunt de la Défense Nationale. Souscrivez

On les aura! 2e Emprunt de la Défense Nationale. Souscrivez

A French soldier with gun in one hand, and the other raised urging his comrades on. This was the most remembered French poster produced during the war. Translation of title: We'll get them! The 2nd National De... More

On les aura! 2e Emprunt de la Défense Nationale. Souscrivez

On les aura! 2e Emprunt de la Défense Nationale. Souscrivez

A French soldier with gun in one hand, and the other raised urging his comrades on. This was the most remembered French poster produced during the war. Translation of title: We'll get them! The 2nd National De... More

Un dernier effort et on l'aura

Un dernier effort et on l'aura

American soldiers climbing up a rock. Perched on top of rock is the Imperial eagle and the Iron Cross. America entered the war April 6, 1917 with approximately 50,000 men. By the time the war ended in 1918, abo... More

Demain, il y aura du tabac et des cigarettes; un peu de patience, fumeurs, et restreignons - nous pour aujourd'hui

Demain, il y aura du tabac et des cigarettes; un peu de patience, fume...

Two men arguing with two children standing behind a policeman. Translation of title: Tomorrow there will be some tobacco and some cigarettes. Smokers, a little patience, and let's restrain ourselves today. Sig... More

Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Aura window, Electric Institute I
Electric Institute of Washington, Potomac Electric Power Co. Building. Aura window, Electric Institute II
Tentoonstelling t.g.v. de "Helsinki weken"

Tentoonstelling t.g.v. de "Helsinki weken"

Burgemeester J. Samkalden (links) en burgemeester Teuvo Aura van Helsinki zitten op de tentoonstelling in museum Fodor samen in een sauna

Tentoonstelling t.g.v. de "Helsinki weken"

Tentoonstelling t.g.v. de "Helsinki weken"

Burgemeester J. Samkalden (links) en burgemeester Teuvo Aura van Helsinki zitten op de tentoonstelling in museum Fodor samen in een sauna

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts a solid rocket booster to vertical for mating with the Delta II rocket that will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0394

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- On the launch pad, an overhead crane lifts a solid rocket booster to vertical for mating with the Delta II rocket that will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of s... More

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the first stage of the Delta II rocket, for mating with the second stage.   The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0402

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the fi...

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - The gantry (left) on SLC-2 moves toward the first stage of the Delta II rocket, for mating with the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a seri... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  The partially assembled Delta II rocket (right) and the gantry (left) wait for the rocket's second stage to be transported to the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0395

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The partially assembled Delta II rocket (ri...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The partially assembled Delta II rocket (right) and the gantry (left) wait for the rocket's second stage to be transported to the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite arrives at the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0406

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite arrives at the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a serie... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite is lifted up the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0407

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite is lifted up the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of s... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite nears the top of the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0408

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the first half of the Delta II fairing for the Aqua-EOS satellite nears the top of the gantry. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite, one of a series ... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --  The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ready to be raised to vertical for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0399

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The second stage of the Delta II rocket is ready to be raised to vertical for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, the second stage of a Delta II rocket is lowered for mating with the first stage, below. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0404

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, th...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Inside the gantry on the SLC-2 launch pad, the second stage of a Delta II rocket is lowered for mating with the first stage, below. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua... More

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in on the Delta II rocket to enable mating of the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0403

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in ...

VANDENBERG AFB,CALIF. - On the SLC-2 launch pad, the gantry closes in on the Delta II rocket to enable mating of the second stage. The Delta II will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spa... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second stage of the Delta II rocket for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one of a series of spacebased platforms that are central to NASA's Earth Science Enterprise (ESE), a long-term study of the scope, dynamics and implications of global change. The Aqua program is composed of Aqua and other spacecraft (including Terra and Aura) and a data distribution system (ESDIS, and Mission Operations Center Implementation Team).  Flying  in an orbit that covers the globe every 16 days, Aqua will provide a six-year chronology of the planet and its processes. Comprehensive measurements  taken by its onboard instruments will allow multidisciplinary teams of scientists and researchers from North and South  America, Asia, Australia and Europe to assess long-term  change, identify its human and natural causes and advance the development of models for long-term forecasting.  Launch is scheduled for April 26 from Vandenberg KSC-02pd0400

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second st...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - Workers on the launch pad ready the second stage of the Delta II rocket for its lift up the gantry on the launch pad. The Delta II rocket will launch the Aqua-EOS satellite. Aqua is one... More

NASA Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer TES Instrument Onboard Aura

NASA Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer TES Instrument Onboard Aura

Technicians install NASA's Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES) instrument on NASA's Aura spacecraft prior to launch. Launched in July 2004 and designed to fly for two years, the TES mission is currently in... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- EOS Aura: The Aura mission will study air quality, climate and stratospheric ozone depletion.  Aura is the third of NASA’s major Earth Observing System (EOS) orbital platforms and has four instruments. The Microwave Limb Sounder (MLS) and the High Resolution Dynamics Limb Sounder (HIRDLS) will make complementary measurements of stratospheric ozone and the chemicals that destroy it.  HIRDELS and MLS will also measure upper tropospheric water vapor and ozone - key gases that regulate climate. The Aura payload also includes the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer (TES), which will make the first global measurements of lower atmospheric ozone, and the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI), which will measure the total amount of atmospheric ozone as well as lower atmospheric dust, smoke and other aerosols. Aura is scheduled to launch in 2004.  The flags on the decals represent the countries participating in the mission: United States, United Kingdom, Netherlands and Finland.  The EOS Aura mission is being managed by NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center. KSC-04pd1237

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- EOS Aura: The Aura mission will study ai...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- EOS Aura: The Aura mission will study air quality, climate and stratospheric ozone depletion. Aura is the third of NASA’s major Earth Observing System (EOS) orbital platforms and ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft arrives at the base of the mobile service tower, or gantry.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1352

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vande...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft arrives at the base of the mobile service tower, or gantry. The latest in the Earth Obser... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is prepared for its lift up the mobile service tower, or gantry.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1353

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vande...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is prepared for its lift up the mobile service tower, or gantry. The latest in the Earth ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraft is being transported from the Astrotech payload processing facility located a few miles south of Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1350

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraf...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraft is being transported from the Astrotech payload processing facility located a few miles south of Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenber... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft arrives at the top of the mobile service tower, or gantry.  It will be moved and then mated with the second stage of the Boeing Delta II rocket.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1355

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vande...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft arrives at the top of the mobile service tower, or gantry. It will be moved and then mate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraft is transported the short distance from the Astrotech payload processing facility to Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1351

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraf...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - In the predawn hours, the Aura spacecraft is transported the short distance from the Astrotech payload processing facility to Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force B... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - Workers on the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., check connections as the protective cover is lifted off the Aura spacecraft.  Aura will be mated to the second stage of the Boeing Delta II rocket before the fairing is installed.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1359

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers on the mobile service tower, or ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Workers on the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., check connections as the protective cover is lifted off the Au... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., workers help guide the Aura spacecraft toward the second stage of the Boeing Delta II rocket.  After mating with the second stage, the fairing will be installed.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1356

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gant...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., workers help guide the Aura spacecraft toward the second stage of ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is lowered toward the second stage of the Boeing Delta II rocket.  After it is mated with the second stage, the fairing will be installed.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1358

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gant...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is lowered toward the second stage of the Boei... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is maneuvered into position over the second stage of the Boeing Delta II rocket.  After it is mated with the second stage, the fairing will be installed.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1357

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gant...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - Inside the mobile service tower, or gantry, at Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is maneuvered into position over the second st... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is lifted up the mobile service tower, or gantry.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard the Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1354

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vande...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - At Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., the Aura spacecraft is lifted up the mobile service tower, or gantry. The latest in the Earth Observing Syste... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA.  - The Aura spacecraft on a transporter heads a convoy of vehicles in the predawn hours as it moves to Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura is scheduled to launch July 10 aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket.  Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change. KSC-04pd1360

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Aura spacecraft on a transporter hea...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - The Aura spacecraft on a transporter heads a convoy of vehicles in the predawn hours as it moves to Space Launch Complex 2 on North Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif. The latest in ... More

NASA Aura Spacecraft Artist Concept

NASA Aura Spacecraft Artist Concept

The Aura spacecraft is NASA atmospheric chemistry mission that is monitoring the Earth protective atmosphere. NASA

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -  The Aura spacecraft atop its Boeing Delta II launch vehicle sits on NASA’s Space Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California waiting to launch.  Liftoff is now scheduled for no earlier than July 14.  The latest in the Earth Observing System (EOS) series, Aura’s four state-of-the-art instruments will study the dynamics of chemistry occurring in the atmosphere.  The spacecraft will provide data to help scientists better understand the Earth’s ozone, air quality and climate change.  [Photo by Bill Ingalls/NASA] KSC-04pd1469

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The Aura spacecraft atop its Boeing Delta II...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. - The Aura spacecraft atop its Boeing Delta II launch vehicle sits on NASA’s Space Complex 2 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California waiting to launch. Liftoff is now scheduled for n... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - -   With rockets and main engine firing, the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle leaps off the pad at NASA’s Space Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., carrying the Aura spacecraft.  Aura, a mission dedicated to the health of Earth's atmosphere, successfully launched today at 3:01:59 a.m. Pacific Time.  Spacecraft separation occurred at 4:06 a.m. Pacific Time, inserting Aura into a 438-mile orbit. NASA’s latest Earth-observing satellite, Aura will help us understand and protect the air we breathe. Aura will also help scientists understand how the composition of the atmosphere affects and responds to Earth's changing climate. The results from this mission will help scientists better understand the processes that connect local and global air quality.  With the launch of Aura, the first series of NASA’s Earth Observing System satellites is complete. The other satellites are Terra, which monitors land, and Aqua, which observes Earth’s water cycle.  [Photo: Boeing/Thom Baur] KSC-04pd1475

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - - With rockets and main engine firing, ...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - - With rockets and main engine firing, the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle leaps off the pad at NASA’s Space Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., carrying the Aura space... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -   With rockets and main engine firing, the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle leaps off the pad at NASA’s Space Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., carrying the Aura spacecraft.  Aura, a mission dedicated to the health of Earth's atmosphere, successfully launched today at 3:01:59 a.m. Pacific Time.  Spacecraft separation occurred at 4:06 a.m. Pacific Time, inserting Aura into a 438-mile orbit. NASA’s latest Earth-observing satellite, Aura will help us understand and protect the air we breathe. Aura will also help scientists understand how the composition of the atmosphere affects and responds to Earth's changing climate. The results from this mission will help scientists better understand the processes that connect local and global air quality.  With the launch of Aura, the first series of NASA’s Earth Observing System satellites is complete. The other satellites are Terra, which monitors land, and Aqua, which observes Earth’s water cycle.  [Photo: Boeing/Thom Baur] KSC-04pd1474

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - With rockets and main engine firing, th...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. - With rockets and main engine firing, the Boeing Delta II launch vehicle leaps off the pad at NASA’s Space Complex 2 on Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., carrying the Aura spacecr... More

Microwave Limb Sounder Measurements Depicting the Relationship Between Nitrous Oxide Levels and Ozone Loss, 2004-2005 Arctic Winter

Microwave Limb Sounder Measurements Depicting the Relationship Between...

This image from the Microwave Limb Sounder instrument on NASA Aura spacecraft depicts the relationship between nitrous oxide levels and ozone loss, 2004-2005 Arctic winter. NASA/JPL

Aura Microwave Limb Sounder Estimates of Ozone Loss, 2004/2005 Arctic Winter

Aura Microwave Limb Sounder Estimates of Ozone Loss, 2004/2005 Arctic ...

These data maps from the Microwave Limb Sounder on NASA Aura spacecraft depict levels of hydrogen chloride, chlorine monoxide, and ozone at an altitude of approximately 19 km 490,000 ft on selected days during ... More

Selected Measurements of Total Arctic Column Ozone Amounts from Aura Ozone Monitoring Instrument, 2004-2005 Arctic Winter

Selected Measurements of Total Arctic Column Ozone Amounts from Aura O...

Images from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument onboard NASA Aura spacecraft shows the average total column ozone during the months of January and March, and the total column ozone on the single day of 11 March, 20... More

Aura Microwave Limb Sounder Animation Illustrating the Interaction Between   Temperatures and Chemicals Involved in Ozone Destruction, 2004-2005 Arctic Winter

Aura Microwave Limb Sounder Animation Illustrating the Interaction Bet...

This still from an animation created from data from the Microwave Limb Sounder instrument on NASA Aura spacecraft depicts the complex interaction of chemicals involved in the destruction of ozone during the 200... More

A NASA Space Sleuth Hunts the Trail of Earth Water

A NASA Space Sleuth Hunts the Trail of Earth Water

This vertical profile view from the Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer TES instrument on NASA Aura satellite depicts the distribution of water vapor molecules over Earth tropics across one transect of the satel... More

NASA Aura Sees El Niño Effects on the Atmosphere

NASA Aura Sees El Niño Effects on the Atmosphere

NASA Aura spacecraft sees El Niño effects on the atmosphere. An El Niño is characterized by an abnormal warming of sea surface temperatures in the equatorial central and eastern Pacific Ocean. NASA/JPL

Aura

Aura

Aura is the Latin word for breeze. The Aura mission studies the Earth's ozone, air quality and climate. Aura conducts research about the composition, chemistry and dynamics of Earth's atmosphere. NASA Identifie... More

Unprecedented Arctic Ozone Loss in 2011

Unprecedented Arctic Ozone Loss in 2011

In mid-March 2011, NASA Aura spacecraft observed ozone in Earth stratosphere -- low ozone amounts are shown in purple and grey colors, large amounts of chlorine monoxide are shown in dark blue colors. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Annual Variation in Global CO and O3

Annual Variation in Global CO and O3

This frame from a time series, from one year of Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer TES measurements, shows how powerful the TES data are for understanding emissions, chemistry, and transport in the troposphere.... More

O3 and CO Transects over North America

O3 and CO Transects over North America

This frame from an animation depicts the distribution of O3 and CO in the atmosphere over North America. This visualization is based on data acquired by NASA Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer TES. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Aura probeert Harlekijn te verleiden
Plan et coupe d'un Temple souterrein à Négropole, à côté, du Port vieux d'Aléxandrie, et qui, selon toute apparence, aura servi de  Catacombe, parceque tous les environs en sont remplis.
Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore [...] [Frontispice]

Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore [...] [Frontispice]

Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore (IFF 130) (Group title) Frontispice de l’album Quand il n'y en aura plus, il y en aura encore (IFF 130), 1823, 11/16 planches, 1 frontispice, lithographies

11. The Broad-winged Buzzard (Buteo pennsylvanicus). 12. Turkey  Buzzard (Cathartes aura).