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....
El presidente de Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, dijo que las protestas opositoras de las últimas semanas han dejado 29 muertos y 100.000 millones de bolívares en pérdidas materiales (140 millones de dólares) por culpa de "terroristas de la derecha".
Con gol de Blandi, a los 37 minutos del primer tiempo, el Ciclón vencía a Universidad Católica de Chile. En el complemento, Universidad Católica de Chile llegó al empate con el tanto de Cordero y parecía que la fiesta cuerva se iba a arruinar. Sin embargo, a los 41 minutos apareció Nahuel Barrios para el desahogo de los hinchas del "Ciclón". […]
El Presidente partió a las 23.30 junto a su esposa, Juliana Awada, desde la estación Militar de Aeroparque. Antes de reunirse con Trump, Macri almorzará con fondos de inversión y gigantes de la energía y visitará una planta de Tenaris y otra de Dow Chemical.
A punta de pistola los delincuentes ingresaron a la sede central de la Dirección de Inteligencia Criminal y golpearon a efectivos, maniataron a los uniformados que estaban en esa dependencia, robaron armas, chalecos y escaparon.
El Tribunal Oral Federal (TOF) de Santa Fe encontró culpable a Germán Lerche del delito de retención indebida de tributos, falta denunciada por la Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos (AFIP) en el 2012.
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
Parts of a US-built anti-missile system designed to mitigate the threat of North Korean missiles have been moved to the planned deployment site in South Korea as tensions with the nuclear-armed country escalate.
The United Airlines passenger who was left bloodied and bruised after being forcibly removed from a flight earlier this month was swinging his arms, his hands balled into fists, as officers from the Chicago Department of Aviation tried to pull him out of his seat, according to incident reports from the officers involved.
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser did not properly disclose payments from Russia and does not appear to have complied with the law, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz and ranking Democrat Elijah Cummings said Tuesday after reviewing Michael Flynn's application for a security clearance.
Hubble Celebrates Its Anniversary with a Spectacular Pair of Galaxies When the Hubble Space Telescope launched aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery on April 24, 1990, astronomers could only dream what they might see. Now, 27 years and more than a million observations later, the telescope delivers yet another magnificent view of the universe — this time, a stri […]
Best Evidence Yet for Reoccurring Water Vapor Plumes Erupting from Jupiter’s Moon When Galileo discovered Jupiter's moon Europa in 1610, along with three other satellites whirling around the giant planet, he could have barely imagined it was such a world of wonder. This revelation didn't happen until 1979, when NASA's Voyager 1 and 2 flew by J […]
Majestic Giant Planet is a Swirl of Colorful Clouds Named after the Roman king of the gods, the immense planet Jupiter is undoubtedly king of the solar system. Containing more mass than all the other planets combined, Jupiter's immense gravitational field deflects wayward comets that otherwise might slam into Earth, wreaking havoc. This dazzling Hubble […]
Star might answer question of how white dwarfs explode Of all the varieties of exploding stars, the ones called Type Ia are perhaps the most intriguing. Their predictable brightness lets astronomers measure the expansion of the universe, which led to the discovery of dark energy. Yet the cause of these supernovae remains a mystery. Do they happen when two wh […]
Some of the world's most exciting, young scientists to help NASA explore mysteries of the cosmos NASA has selected 28 Fellows for its prestigious Einstein, Hubble, and Sagan fellowships. Each post-doctoral fellowship provides three years of support to awardees to pursue independent research in astronomy and astrophysics. The new Fellows will begin their […]
Runaway black hole is the most massive ever detected far from its central home Normally, hefty black holes anchor the centers of galaxies. So researchers were surprised to discover a supermassive black hole speeding through the galactic suburbs. Black holes cannot be observed directly, but they are the energy source at the heart of quasars — intense, compact […]
Star Is Missing Link to a System that Flew Apart Over 500 Years Ago In the 1400s, two power struggles were taking place quadrillions of miles apart. In England, two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet were battling each other for control of the country's throne. And, in a nebula far, far away, a cluster of stars was waging a real-life star […]
Energetic Event 'Burped' Billowing Plasma Bubbles 6 Million Years Ago About 6 million years ago, when our very remote ancestors began to evolve away from chimpanzees, our Milky Way galaxy's hefty black hole was enjoying a sumptuous feast. It gulped down a huge clump of interstellar hydrogen. Now, eons later, we see the result of the black hole […]
The Versatile Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) Opens New Vistas in Astronomy Twenty years ago, astronauts on the second servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope installed the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) aboard Hubble. This pioneering instrument combines a camera with a spectrograph, which provides a "fingerprint" o […]
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 […]
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.
A Swedish-led team of astronomers used the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to analyse the multiple images of a gravitationally lensed type Ia supernova for the first time. The four images of the exploding star will be used to measure the expansion of the Universe. This can be done without any theoretical assumptions about the cosmological model, giving furth […]
This stunning cosmic pairing of the two very different looking spiral galaxies NGC 4302 and NGC 4298 was imaged by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The image brilliantly captures their warm stellar glow and brown, mottled patterns of dust. As a perfect demonstration of Hubble’s capabilities, this spectacular view has been released as part of the telescop […]
During April 2017 Jupiter is in opposition: it is at its closest to Earth and the hemisphere facing Earth is fully illuminated by the Sun. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope used this special configuration to capture an image of what is by far the largest planet in the Solar System. This image adds to many others made in the past, and together they allow as […]
Astronomers have used the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to observe the remnant of a supernova explosion in the Large Magellanic Cloud. Beyond just delivering a beautiful image, Hubble may well have traced the surviving remains of the exploded star’s companion.
An international team of astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have uncovered a supermassive black hole that has been propelled out of the centre of the distant galaxy 3C186. The black hole was most likely ejected by the power of gravitational waves. This is the first time that astronomers found a supermassive black hole at such a large dista […]
In the search for rogue planets and failed stars astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have created a new mosaic image of the Orion Nebula. During their survey of the famous star formation region, they found what may be the missing piece of a cosmic puzzle; the third, long-lost member of a star system that had broken apart.
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 […]
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