A performer blows fire during the Chinese New Year celebration in Manila’s Chinatown January 31, 2014. According to the Chinese lunar calendar, the Chinese New Year, which welcomes the year of the horse, falls on January 31 this year. REUTERS/Erik De Castro For more photos from the Lunar New Year celebrations, click here: http://reut.rs/1elkStm
Illustrating an Apollo 17 experiment: “The Surface Electrical Properties experiment consisted of a solar-powered transmitter deployed about 100 meters east of the LM and a receiver mounted behind the LMP’s Rover seat. The transmitter emitted low-frequency radio pulses and a comparison between the direct signal and signals that traveled through the ground and reflected off layer boundaries could be used to infer something about the subsurface structure. Data from the SEP supplemented data from the Active Seismic Experiment.” (NASA)
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