ScienceCasts: El misterio de los rayos cósmicos de alta energía

El detector de rayos cósmicos conocido como CREAM se dirige a la Estación Espacial Internacional, con el objetivo de medir la mayor cantidad de energía posible para medir rayos cósmicos de alta energía. Para más información visita http://science.nasa.gov/. Nueva misión a la estación espacial para explorar los misterios de la "lluvia cósmica": https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2017/new-mission-going-to-the-space-station-to-explore-mysteries-of-cosmic-rain Haz clic para ver más vídeos: https://alugha.com/NASA Este vídeo es de 2017.

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