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Nasa : LCROSS percutera la Lune dans le cratère Cabeus A


Les impacts de LCROSS et de l’étage Centaure de la fusée Atlas doivent se produire dans le cratère Cabeus A, visible depuis la Terre au télescope. Crédit : Atlas Virtuel de la Lune.

Le 9 octobre prochain, la sonde LCROSS s’écrasera précisément dans le cratère Cabeus A, non loin du pôle Sud de la Lune. Ainsi en a décidé la Nasa le 11 septembre à l’issue de débats entre les scientifiques de la mission. Ce cratère de 48 km de diamètre présente en effet les meilleures garanties pour la détection de glace d’eau : un sol plat et ancien, avec peu de rochers, et des remparts peu abrupts qui permettront de bien observer depuis la Terre le panache de débris soulevé lors de l’impact.

Aux alentours de 11 h 30 TU, le 9 octobre, l’étage Centaure de la fusée qui a lancé LCROSS percutera en premier le sol lunaire dans le cratère Cabeus A. Les effets de la collision seront observés par LCROSS, qui le suivra de près, mais aussi par Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, maintenant sur son orbite définitive autour de la Lune. Quatre minutes plus tard, ce sera LCROSS qui s’écrasera à quelques centaines de mètres de là. Les cratères créés, d’un diamètre d’environ 30 m, seront baptisés Walter Cronkite, du nom d’un présentateur de télévision américain qui avait largement couvert l’exploration de la Lune lors des missions Apollo.

Au moment de l’impact, Cabeus A sera sur la partie éclairée de la Lune. Ce qui signifie que les observateurs bien placés (aux Amériques et dans le Pacifique) risquent de ne pas apercevoir les flashes lumineux provoqués par le double impact. Il reste un espoir de voir le panache de poussière soulevé par ce bombardement volontaire. Compte tenu de la libration, Cabeus A se trouvera ce jour-là tout près du limbe de la Lune. Il se présentera sous un angle très rasant. Plusieurs grands télescopes implantés à Hawaï et aux États-Unis réaliseront des images. Le télescope spatial Hubble sera lui aussi mis à contribution.

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USA : manifestation contre Obama

Up to two million march to US Capitol to protest against Obama's spending in 'tea-party' demonstration

By Mail Foreign Service
Last updated at 9:39 PM on 12th September 2009

Up to two million people marched to the U.S. Capitol today, carrying signs with slogans such as "Obamacare makes me sick" as they protested the president's health care plan and what they say is out-of-control spending.

The line of protesters spread across Pennsylvania Avenue for blocks, all the way to the capitol, according to the Washington Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency.

People were chanting "enough, enough" and "We the People." Others yelled "You lie, you lie!" and "Pelosi has to go," referring to California congresswoman Nancy Pelosi.

Tens of thousands of people converged on Capitol Hill on Saturday to protest against government spending

Tens of thousands of people converged on Capitol Hill on Saturday to protest against government spending

Demonstrators waved U.S. flags and held signs reading "Go Green Recycle Congress" and "I'm Not Your ATM." Men wore colonial costumes as they listened to speakers who warned of "judgment day" - Election Day 2010.

Richard Brigle, 57, a Vietnam War veteran and former Teamster, came from Michigan. He said health care needs to be reformed - but not according to President Barack Obama's plan.

"My grandkids are going to be paying for this. It's going to cost too much money that we don't have," he said while marching, bracing himself with a wooden cane as he walked.

FreedomWorks Foundation, a conservative organization led by former House of Representatives Majority Leader Dick Armey, organized several groups from across the country for what they billed as a "March on Washington."

Organizers say they built on momentum from the April "tea party" demonstrations held nationwide to protest tax policies, along with growing resentment over the economic stimulus packages and bank bailouts.

US President Barack Obama sports a mustache famously worn by German dictator Adolf Hitler

US President Barack Obama sports a mustache famously worn by German dictator Adolf Hitler

Demonstrators hold up banners on Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday

Demonstrators hold up banners on Capitol Hill in Washington on Saturday

Many protesters said they paid their own way to the event - an ethic they believe should be applied to the government.

They say unchecked spending on things like a government-run health insurance option could increase inflation and lead to economic ruin.

Terri Hall, 45, of Florida, said she felt compelled to become political for the first time this year because she was upset by government spending.

"Our government has lost sight of the powers they were granted," she said. She added that the deficit spending was out of control, and said she thought it was putting the country at risk.

Anna Hayes, 58, a nurse from Fairfax County, stood on the Mall in 1981 for Reagan's inauguration. "The same people were celebrating freedom," she said. "The president was fighting for the people then. I remember those years very well and fondly."

Saying she was worried about "Obamacare," Hayes explained: "This is the first rally I've been to that demonstrates against something, the first in my life. I just couldn't stay home anymore."


The heated demonstrations were organized by a Conservative group called the Tea Party Patriots

The heated demonstrations were organized by a Conservative group called the Tea Party Patriots

Like countless others at the rally, Joan Wright, 78, of Ocean Pines, Md., sounded angry. "I'm not taking this crap anymore," said Wright, who came by bus to Washington with 150 like-minded residents of Maryland's Eastern Shore. "I don't like the health-care [plan]. I don't like the czars. And I don't like the elitists telling us what we should do or eat."

Republican lawmakers also supported the rally.

"Republicans, Democrats and independents are stepping up and demanding we put our fiscal house in order," Rep. Mike Pence, chairman of the House Republican Conference, said.

"I think the overriding message after years of borrowing, spending and bailouts is enough is enough."

Other sponsors of the rally include the Heartland Institute, Americans for Tax Reform and the Ayn Rand Center for Individuals Rights.

Recent polls illustrate how difficult recent weeks have been for a president who, besides tackling health care, has been battling to end a devastatingly deep recession.

Fifty percent approve and 49 percent disapprove of the overall job he is doing as president, compared to July, when those approving his performance clearly outnumbered those who were unhappy with it, 55 percent to 42 percent.

Just 42 percent approve of the president's work on the high-profile health issue.

The poll was taken over five days just before Obama's speech to Congress. That speech reflected Obama's determination to push ahead despite growing obstacles.

"I will not waste time with those who have made the calculation that it's better politics to kill this plan than to improve it," Obama said on Wednesday night. "I won't stand by while the special interests use the same old tactics to keep things exactly the way they are.

"If you misrepresent what's in the plan, we'll call you out. And I will not accept the status quo as a solution."

Prior to Obama's speech before Congress U.S. Capitol Police arrested a man they say tried to get into a secure area near the Capitol with a gun in his car as President Barack Obama was speaking.

Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider said Thursday that 28-year-old Joshua Bowman of suburban Falls Church, Virginia, was arrested around 8 p.m. Wednesday when Obama was due to speak.

'Parasite-in-chief': The title given to the American President during the demonstrations on Saturday

'Parasite-in-chief': The title given to the American President during the demonstrations on Saturday

Bowman's intentions were unclear, police said.

Today's protests imitated the original Boston Tea Party of 1773, when colonists threw three shiploads of taxed tea into Boston Harbour in protest against the British government under the slogan 'No taxation without representation'.

The group first began rising to prominence in April, when the governor of Texas threatened to secede from the union in protest against government spending. Waves of tea party protests have crossed America since.

Today's rally, the largest grouping of fiscal conservatives to march on Washington, comes on the heels of heated town halls held during the congressional August recess when some Democratic lawmakers were confronted, disrupted and shouted down by angry protestors who oppose President Obama's plan to overhaul the health care system.

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Baxter : L'OMS prépare une vaccination de masse forcée

L'OMS prépare une vaccination de masse forcée


 L'OMS prepare une vaccination de masse forcée
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L'OMS prépare une vaccination de masse forcée

A écouter absolument conférence de Sylvie Simon & Marseille sur la vaccination:

Vaccin=Danger par LLP:

Un médecin Canadien déclare que la la vaccination de masse est une arme eugénique pour réduire la population :

Silence on Vaccine-Vidéos en 4 parties:

Vaccins, vaccinations obligatoires, tout ce que vous devez savoir :


La vérité sur le vaccin H1N1 : Un secret d'Etat

La vérité sur le vaccin H1N1 : Un secret d'Etat !

Témoignage d'un scientifique du CERN en Suisse.

La vaccination pourquoi ?

L'injection de plasmides pour empêcher l'évolution de l'Homme !!!!


Les plasmides qu'est-ce que c'est ?

 Ne vous faites pas vacciner !!!!!

La vérité sur le vaccin H1N1 :  Un secret d'Etat




Vaccination ciblée recommandée en France contre la grippe A

jeudi 10 septembre 2009 13h38




Parallèlement, des réticences s'expriment au sein des personnels de santé sur le bien-fondé de la vaccination.

Sur 4.752 médecins, infirmières ou aides-soignants interrogés par l'Espace éthique de l'Assistance publique-hôpitaux de Paris, plus d'un tiers hésite ou refuse de se faire vacciner contre la grippe, rapporte L'Express.

Ils doutent en effet de l'innocuité de ce vaccin conçu dans l'urgence et craignent des effets secondaires. Certains évoquent un risque de maladie immunitaire ou neurologique.

Dans un avis rendu en juin, le HCSP estimait que le "degré d'efficacité clinique de la vaccination pandémique est incertain, la protection contre le virus pouvant être incomplète".

Il soulignait que la mise en place d'une vaccination au-delà de 30 jours suivant le début de la circulation active du virus "aurait un impact très limité sur l'évolution de la vague pandémique".

Créé en 2004, le HCSP est une instance d'expertise qui contribue à la définition des objectifs pluriannuels de santé publique à la gestion des risques sanitaires.

Gérard Bon, édité par Gilles Trequesser

Source : http://fr.reuters.com/article/topNews/idFRPAE58905T200909...