Les Papillons richten das Teleskop auch in ihrem neusten Programm auf die großen Nummern der Klassik-, Pop- und Filmmusik und zelebrieren mit SUPERNOVA ihre persönlichen Sternstunden aus zwanzig Jahren gemeinsamer Bühnengeschichte. Ihre Lieblingsthemen haben sie dafür mit taufrischen Kreationen aus ihrem Laboratorium neu verwoben, verschweißt und veredelt. Die dabei entstandene Show ist so anziehend wie ein Neutronenstern, so berauschend wie ein Sternschnuppenregen und lässt sämtliche musikalischen Galaxien eins werden. Und dies mit rund hundert Stücken, die scheinbar nichts mit einander zu tun haben - ein virtuos wildes und kraftvolles Konzert, das einen für einen Moment Raum und Zeit
Combining five much-loved shades from a cult classic, the Natasha Denona Mini Star Palette boasts just as much masterful craftsmanship as its full-sized counterpart. Inspired by celestial landscapes, the intergalactic collection combines silky matte, shimmering chrome and dazzling metallic formulas, leaving your lids transformed into an expanse of starry night. Pairing Orion’s turquoise glamour with Earth’s sumptuous consistency, evoke telescopic planetary views or add the twinkling brightness of the Milky Way with Cosmo’s charismatic shine. Each eyeshadow pan promises to leave behind a rich pigment with just a single swipe, treating you to unmatched payoff and incredibly creamy textures. Despite its smaller size, the mini palette will never make you compromise on creating a show-stopping makeup look, day or night. Whether you choose nude with Atik and Bellatrix for a subtle, natural twinkle or decide to shine like a supernova, the Star Palette is a pocket-sized ticket to outer space. Cruelty-free. Free from parabens. Made in Italy. Shades Include: Orion 105 (Duo Chrome) Atik 117 (Creamy Matte) Bellatrix 103 (Metallic) Earth 102 (Creamy Matte) Cosmo 109 (Chroma Crystal)
Renowned for her premium quality makeup products and refined formulas, Natasha Denona presents the Star Palette. Boasting 18 stunning shadows inspired by the night sky, the Star Palette will inspire you to unlock your creative potential with both warm and cool tones, to create endless colour combinations. Housed in an embossed gold case, this luxurious eyeshadow palette features celestial shades with show-stopping payoff, thanks to two new formulas, Creamy Matte for opaque pigmentation and Crystal for a sparkling starry shimmer. Showcasing ultra-saturated pigments, the buttery neutral and berry-toned matte shadows blend effortlessly, while delivering true colour in just one swipe. Add a lustrous sheen to the lid with the curated selection of duo-chrome and shimmer shades, to add instant drama to any look. The creamy formulas deliver statement-making pigmentation and lustre for a high-impact finish. Choose from sparkling rose golds, glowing bronzes and starry duo-chrome blue browns to create a sultry eye look to take you from day to night. Cruelty-free. Free from parabens. Made in Italy. Shades Include: Row 1: Spectrum 101 (Chroma Crystal) Earth 102 (Creamy Matte) Bellatrix 103 (Metallic) Diadem 110 (Creamy Matte) Vega 111 (Creamy Matte) Galaxia 112 (Chroma Crystal) Row 2: Flesh 104 (Creamy Matte) Orion 105 (Duo Chrome) Gemma 106 (Creamy Matte) Phoenix 113 (Creamy Matte) Supernova 114 (Duo Chrome) Electra 115 (Creamy Matte) Row 3: Atria 107 (Metallic) Titania 108 (Creamy Matte) Cosmo 109 (Chroma Crystal) Polaris 116 (Chroma Crystal) Atik 117 (Creamy Matte) Rhea 118 (Metallic)
This year marks the 400th anniversary of Galileo's use of the first telescope. On this week's show, we reflect on how telescopes have changed our perception of our place in the universe, how small we are in size, space, and time. Our guests include Dava Sobel, author of The Planets, Vatican Astronomer Father Chris Corbally, and astronaut Paul Richards. We also discuss how they help astronomers discover new and interesting aspects of the universe, from Earth-like planets to supernova, from black holes to the Big Bang. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Neil deGrasse Tyson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/008829/bk_brll_008829_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Space Patrol began as a television show in 1950 and was an overnight sensation. The series followed the 30th-century interplanetary exploits of Commander-in-Chief Buzz Corry of the United Planets Space Patrol and his young sidekick Cadet Happy. Together they thwarted evildoers wanting to take over the Universe. The show was targeted to children, but attracted a sizable adult audience. A radio series soon followed with the same cast performing on both the TV and radio shows. Commander Corry was portrayed by Ed Kemmer and Cadet Happy was Lyn Osborn. As was common at the time, some of the villains had Russian or German-sounding accents. Corry and his allies were aided by such sci-fi gadgets as ray guns, miniature space-o-phones, and atomolights. Space Patrol was sponsored for most of its run by Ralston/Purina and lasted on television until 1954 and on radio until 1955. Enjoy 12 half-hour episodes from this fun and exciting sci-fi radio series. 10-25-52 The Hole in Empty Space 12-6-52 The Space Shark 12-13-52 The Search for Asteroid X 1-10-53 The Sleepwalker 5-16-53 The Secret of Sub-Level Seven 5-23-53 Treachery in Outer Space 6-20-53 The Indestructible Germ 6-27-53 The Treasure of Planetoid Sixty 8-1-53 The Sleeping Demon of Saturn 8-8-53 Trouble Aboard the Supernova 8-15-53 Peril Over Jupiter 8-22-53 The Menace of Planet X 1. Language: English. Narrator: full cast. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/brll/009486/bk_brll_009486_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
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A psychic without an anchor. A student in trouble. A shooter on the loose.I’m Jonathan Bane, a licensed psychic who consults for the police. I routinely help the police put the bad guys away and, for that reason, the criminal world doesn’t like me much. People like to take a swing at me, or go stabbity, or try for a gun. It makes for interesting times. My psychic ability prevents me from handling anything electronic - and I do mean anything, I fry it in seconds - so calling for help isn’t always a possibility. I need an anchor, a partner, but I’m resigned: It’s just wishful thinking.At least, I thought so until he walked through the door.Donovan Havili looks like a thug and has the soul of a superhero. He shines so bright in my vision it’s like watching a supernova. He definitely has the right mindset and skills for this crazy job. But asking anyone to take me on long-term is a bit much. And now we’ve got multiple cases to handle, a Chinese exchange student falsely accused who needs our help, and someone taking random shots at me. It’s a bit much for any new guy to handle and I’m half-afraid that my new partner will run for the door.But in Donovan Havili, the criminal world has met its match. And maybe, just maybe, I have as well.Trigger warnings: Your average cop show violence and criminals 1. Language: English. Narrator: Kenneth Obi. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/187649/bk_acx0_187649_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Storm Large (born Susan Storm Large, June 25, 1969) is a singer best known as a contestant on the CBS reality television show Rock Star: Supernova. Soon after leaving the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1989, Large moved to San Francisco to pursue music instead of acting. She formed the bands FlowerSF, Storm and her Dirty Mouth, and Storm, Inc. Storm, Inc. featured Shaunna Hall of 4 Non Blondes and P-Funk fame as a rhythm guitarist. Shaunna was featured on The Calm Years LP and toured with the band for a few months after the album's release. Storm sometimes performed as the duo Storm and Michael or Storm and Friends. In 2002, she left San Francisco to attend the Western Culinary Institute in Portland, Oregon, where she was convinced by friends to sing again.
We study the standardized candle method for type II "plateau" supernovae by means of BVRI photometry and optical spectroscopy. An analytical procedure was implemented in order to model the light curves, color curves, and expansion-velocity curves. We find that their V-I colors can be use as proxies of the extinction caused by interstellar dust in their host galaxies. After the necessary corrections to photometry, we are able to recover the correlation between luminosity and expansion velocity previously reported in the literature for this supernova type. Given this and assuming the standard extinction law, our Hubble diagrams show dispersions of 0.4 magnitudes in the BVI filter bands. On the other hand, if the extinction law is entered as a free parameter, we derive final dispersions of 0.3 magnitudes, which implies that this kind of supernova delivers distances as precise as 12%. The resulting extinction law suggests a different interstellar medium in their host galaxies than that of our Galaxy. Calibrating the correlation between luminosity and expansion velocity, we obtain a Hubble constant of 70 km/s/Mpc, in good agreement with modern measurements.