Thursday, March 29, 2012

Hubble Legacy Archive

Welcome to the Hubble Legacy Archive 

 The Hubble Legacy Archive (HLA) is designed to optimize science from the Hubble Space Telescope by providing online, enhanced Hubble products and advanced browsing capabilities. The HLA is a joint project of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI), the Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility (ST-ECF), and the Canadian Astronomy Data Centre (CADC).
Loading player...
See Also: The Hubble Legacy Archive For You


Anonymous said...

What mean Eskesthai in English?

Plato Hagel said...

That is a good question.

I have spent considerable time trying to find the location from which this word was found. Try as I might, even after all the searching, I have come up empty.

It's uniqueness in terms of a word in trying to find out what it means has escaped me. I find it ironic that I would place this word in conjunction with, To Remember.:)

Yet, there is much to be said about it in the face of what recollection means in terms of, or, to understand our own innateness. What one may ask has it amounted too? All of what we are as souls who learn, what is it we are to consider with the lives with which we progress. Our understandings and learning's as to have gained in knowledge and wisdom.

So while we build in this life the memories of our existence, how strange each day that we live passes, and yet, I might ask one to extend the range of their memory beyond this lifetime.

Where shall this voice come from to speak from the lips of our dreams and expression but to tell the story all over again as observers of the times within which we exist and had existed?

Is it better then to acknowledge the accomplishments of our understanding, or, to move on holding to the belief that we are learning from where we left off?

Anonymous said...

Look like recollection of Plato?

Recollections reminding me eternal return.
I am have some ideas about physics:
All the best
1/2 greek
Mother's last name Constanidis