Journey in Life: 02/20/15

Friday, February 20, 2015

Nghệ thuật đóng sách

Long live the book...

Chóng mặt với vận động viên trượt tuyết mạo hiểm

What It’s Like to Descend a Mountain as One of the World’s Best Skiers...


Check out this insane (điên cuồng) first-person POV of Candide Thovex going down a mountain and doing some unbelievable tricks on the way. Although the clips are edited together to make it feel like one seamless run, it just doesn't matter, the end result is too fantastic (tuyệt vời).

Tương ớt Sriracha với David Tran

chạy trốn khỏi Việt Nam năm 1978, rời con tàu Huy Phong đến Hongkong, đặt tên tương ớt theo một làng ven biển ở Thái Lan...



CEO and founder of Huy Fong Foods, David Tran, walks you through the whole process of the iconic condiment (đồ gia vị)'s lifespan, from inception (sự khởi đầu) of idea to execution (thực hiện) of product. David started the company in 1980 by hand packing the infamous sauce by hand with a miniature spoon. 35 years later, the only thing that has changed is the large-scale process in how it's made.

Tổng Giám đốc điều hành hãng Hàng không Nhật Bản

Lướt trên đỉnh núi tuyết

Speed Flying au Mont-Blanc...

Xem 5 năm khám phá Mặt trời của NASA trong 4 phút

Video dài 4 phút 36 giây tóm tắt hành trình khám phá Mặt trời của Cơ quan Hàng không và Vũ trụ Mỹ (NASA) trong suốt 5 năm.



February 11, 2015 marks five years in space for NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, which provides incredibly detailed images of the whole sun 24 hours a day. Capturing an image more than once per second, SDO has provided an unprecedentedly (chưa từng có tiền lệ) clear picture of how massive explosions on the sun grow and erupt (phun) ever since its launch on Feb. 11, 2010.

In honor of SDO's fifth anniversary, NASA has released a video showcasing (trưng bày) highlights from the last five years of sun watching. The imagery is an example of the kind of data that SDO provides to scientists. By watching the sun in different wavelengths (bước sóng) – and therefore different temperatures – scientists can watch how material courses through the corona (tán mặt trời), which holds clues to what causes eruptions on the sun, what heats the sun's atmosphere up to 1,000 times hotter than its surface, and why the sun's magnetic fields are constantly on the move.

Goddard built, operates and manages the SDO spacecraft for NASA's Science Mission Directorate in Washington, D.C. SDO is the first mission of NASA's Living with a Star Program. The program's goal is to develop the scientific understanding necessary to address those aspects of the sun-Earth system that directly affect our lives and society.