Soy muy especial, me gusta el arte, la música, la danza, amo cantar, la naturaleza, me caracterizo por ser una persona ante todo sensata y totalmente frontal, soy comunicativa, de hecho mi vocación es la comunicación, me gusta dibujar y pisar la arena descalza. Amo el mar la costa y los paisajes de Argentina, también los de otros países.
Un día, el que nunca imaginaste, será el primer día en el camino de tu vida, y percibirás cómo naces de nuevo, a una vida nueva, con más experiencia, con energía renovada, mirando tu niño interior y siguiendo adelante en este hermoso camino de la vida.
Bienvenidos todos a la página de mis sueños
Nunca pero nunca dejen de soñar en este camino de la vida
En tu camino vos elegis, en cada instante vos elegis, en cada momento vos elegis , cada minuto vos elegis,....porque eligiendo sos libre....
Abarcó desde el Puente Pueyrredón, que une la Capital con Avellaneda, hasta Berazategui. Ocurrió por una falla en la Central Dock Sud por la que tuvieron que desconectar para controlar la sobrecarga de los transformadores. Hacia la medianoche se estaba restableciendo el servicio.
Durante la Asamblea que se desarrolló en el predio de Ezeiza, los dirigentes del fútbol argentino acordaron que el próximo 29 de marzo se ejecutarán las elecciones para elegir el nuevo presidente de la AFA.
De acuerdo con el INDEC las mejoras en los sectores agropecuarios, financiero y en el comercio internacional no alcanzaron para compensar las fuertes caídas de la actividad fabril, la construcción y el consumo.
Alphabet, la matriz de Google, presentó una demanda contra la empresa de transporte Uber por el supuesto robo de información confidencial referente a la tecnología de sus coches de conducción automática, informó la web especializada The Verge.
Es cada vez más normal que los usuarios se comuniquen con empresas a través de los mensajes directos de Twitter. Se trata de una manera rápida y eficiente de poder hacer un reclamo o sacarse dudas y la empresa ahora agregó importantes características.
Google lanzó Perspective, una herramienta de inteligencia artificial pensada para medios de comunicación que, a partir de los comentarios de las notas, aprende a detectar de forma automática los mensajes que considere "irrespetuosos" y "tóxicos" -los que llevan a las personas a abandonar las conversaciones- con el fin de evitar el acoso o […]
El Samsung Galaxy es una de las líneas de celulares alta gama más importantes del mundo y millones de personas lo esperan muy ansiosos. Todas las características del smartphone que será presentado en abril fueron filtradas por el especialista Evan Blass.
Matthaeus Merian Eminent gravador en coure i il·lustrador. Va estudiar gravat a Zuric, i després a Estrasburg, Nancy i París. El 1615 es va establir a Basilea, però també va treballar a Frankfurt per a l’editor Johann de Bry. Es va casar amb la seva filla i el 1623 es va fer càrrec de l’editorial […]
Pintor, dissenyador, una mica de tot, Ed Fairburn té hàbits molt peculiars. Barallar-se amb vells mapes i convertir-los en retrats, mirades i gestos plens de dubtes i silenci. Com poden dir-ne res en aquesta presó de carrers i carreteres, aquest món reciclat, sense nord?. Referent: Ed Fairburn Filed under: curiositats
Three asylum seeker families who sheltered US whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 say they are living in fear because of reports that Sri Lankan police officials have been in Hong Kong trying to search for them.
No one at a Malaysian airport has gotten sick from exposure to VX nerve agent, which police say was used in the killing of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un, airport officials said Saturday.
In February 1987, on a mountaintop in Chile, telescope operator Oscar Duhalde stood outside the observatory at Las Campanas and looked up at the clear night sky. There, in a hazy-looking patch of brightness in the sky — the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), a neighboring galaxy - was a bright star he hadn't noticed before. That same night, Canadian astronom […]
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has revealed the first known system of seven Earth-size planets around a single star. Three of these planets are located in an area called the habitable zone, where liquid water is most likely to thrive on a rocky planet. The system sets a new record for the greatest number of habitable zone planets found outside our solar […]
Astronomers have found the best evidence yet of the remains of a comet-like object scattered around a burned-out star. They used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to detect the debris, which has polluted the atmosphere of a compact star known as a white dwarf. The icy object, which has been ripped apart, is similar to Halley's Comet in chemical composi […]
The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, has appointed Dr. Margaret Meixner and Dr. Marc Postman to the position of STScI Distinguished Astronomer. Distinguished Astronomer is the highest level of appointment on the tenure track at STScI and represents a rank commensurate with the highest level of professorial appointments at maj […]
Since the dawn of civilization, we have gazed into the night sky and attempted to make sense of what we saw there, asking questions such as: Where do we come from? What is our place in the universe? And are we alone? As we ask those questions today and new technology expands our horizons further into space, our yearning for their answers only grows. Since it […]
Eerie mysteries in the universe can be betrayed by simple shadows. The wonder of a solar eclipse is produced by the moon's shadow, and over 1,000 planets around other stars have been cataloged by the shadow they cast when passing in front of their parent star. Astronomers were surprised to see a huge shadow sweeping across a disk of dust and gas encircl […]
Interstellar forecast for a nearby star: Raining comets! The comets are plunging into the star HD 172555, which resides 95 light-years from Earth. The comets were not seen directly around the star. Astronomers inferred their presence when they used NASA's Hubble Space Telescope to detect gas that is likely the vaporized remnants of their icy nuclei. The […]
In 1977, NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft began their pioneering journey across the solar system to visit the giant outer planets. Now, the Voyagers are hurtling through unexplored territory on their road trip beyond our solar system. Along the way, they are measuring the interstellar medium, the mysterious environment between stars that is filled with […]
Two glowing nebulas in the Small Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf galaxy that is a satellite of our Milky Way galaxy, have been observed by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope. Young, brilliant stars at the center of each nebula are heating hydrogen, causing these clouds of gas and dust to glow red. The image is part of a study called Small Magellanic Cloud Investig […]
Data from the world's largest digital sky survey is being publicly released today by the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, in conjunction with the University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy in Honolulu, Hawaii. Data from the Pan-STARRS1 Surveys will allow anyone to access millions of images and use the database and cata […]
World Press Photo and Proof invite professional photographers worldwide to apply for their ‘Making an Impact with Visual Storytelling’ course. The workshop, which takes place in New York from 18-20 June, will focus on photography as an advocacy tool, and on how to make compelling visual stories, while successfully maintaining a balance between the aims of ad […]
For Lars Boering, 1 January 2015 spelled the start of a new challenge as managing director of World Press Photo. In a bid to strengthen the organization’s relevance to today’s visual journalism, he discusses his goals, the issues facing him, and about not shying away from taking a stand.
A nominating committee of 136 professional photojournalists and documentary photographers from all over the world have nominated 166 young photographers to be considered for the 2015 Joop Swart Masterclass.
Canon and World Press Photo invite aspiring photojournalists and students of photography to apply for a “Photo Storytelling After Dark” course. The workshop will focus on the development of the participant’s technical, visual and storytelling skills using low light photography.
World Press Photo is pleased to announce that it has received its annual contribution of EUR 500,000 from the Dutch Postcode Lottery (Nationale Postcode Loterij). For the past eleven years, the Dutch Postcode Lottery’s generous financial support has substantially enhanced World Press Photo’s growth and development.
A nominating committee of 121 professional photojournalists and documentary photographers from all over the world have nominated 142 young photographers to be considered for the 2014 Joop Swart Masterclass.
Three decades ago, a massive stellar explosion sent shockwaves not only through space but also through the astronomical community. SN 1987A was the closest observed supernova to Earth since the invention of the telescope and has become by far the best studied of all time, revolutionising our understanding of the explosive death of massive stars.
Scientists using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have observed, for the first time, a massive, comet-like object that has been ripped apart and scattered in the atmosphere of a white dwarf. The destroyed object had a chemical composition similar to Halley’s Comet, but was 100 000 times more massive than its famous counterpart.
By using galaxies as giant gravitational lenses, an international group of astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have made an independent measurement of how fast the Universe is expanding. The newly measured expansion rate for the local Universe is consistent with earlier findings. These are, however, in intriguing disagreement with measureme […]
For 26 years, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has been expanding our cosmic horizons. In capturing an astronomical number of images, Hubble has revealed and shared the beauty, wonder, and complexity of the Universe. Now on 1 February 2017, a new exhibition called Our Place in Space will open in Venice, Italy. It will present a breathtaking visual journey […]
The sheer observing power of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is rarely better illustrated than in an image such as this. This glowing pink nebula, named NGC 248, is located in the Small Magellanic Cloud, just under 200 000 light-years away and yet can still be seen in great detail.
An extraordinarily brilliant point of light seen in a distant galaxy, and dubbed ASASSN-15lh, was thought to be the brightest supernova ever seen. But new observations from several observatories, including the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, have now cast doubt on this classification. Instead, a group of astronomers propose that the source was an even more […]
New observations from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have revealed the intricate structure of the galaxy NGC 4696 in greater detail than ever before. The elliptical galaxy is a beautiful cosmic oddity with a bright core wrapped in system of dark, swirling, thread-like filaments.
Astronomers using data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescopes and other telescopes have performed an accurate census of the number of galaxies in the Universe. The group came to the surprising conclusion that there are at least 10 times as many galaxies in the observable Universe as previously thought. The results have clear implications for our understan […]
A distant planet orbiting two stars, found by its warping of spacetime, has been confirmed using observations from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The planet’s mass caused what is known as a microlensing event, where light is bent by an object’s gravitational field. The event was observed in 2007, making this the first circumbinary planet to be confirme […]
An international team of astronomers using Hubble have been able to study stellar evolution in real time. Over a period of 30 years dramatic increases in the temperature of the star SAO 244567 have been observed. Now the star is cooling again, having been reborn into an earlier phase of stellar evolution. This makes it the first reborn star to have been obse […]
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