zamknij [x]
do:

Mobilne obserwatorium astronomiczne (14)

EN_01339725_0004 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0005 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0006 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0011 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0012 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0013 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0014 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0008 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0009 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0001 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0002 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0003 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0007 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
EN_01339725_0010 FER
Ferrari Press Agency Ref 9655 Observatory 1 19/09/2018 See Ferrari text Picture MUST credit : Nissan A mobile observatory to allow astronomers to see the stars from areas unpolluted by city lights, has been unveiled by Japanese car maker Nissan.The Navara Dark Sky Concept is said to show that for the maker, “the sky is never the limit.”Developed in the UK, in collaboration with ESA, the European Space the concept vehicle functions as a mobile astronomy lab, featuring a world-leading, observatory-class telescope on a bespoke off-road trailer. ESA is mapping the stars with unprecedented precision using the Gaia satellite, which has already observed more than a billion stars. The Navara Dark Sky supports this project by helping astronomers conduct follow-up observations of the universe from hard-to-reach, so-called “dark sky” locations – away from the nighttime glow of urban areas, which decreases visibility.At the heart of the trailer is the ultrahigh-power PlaneWave telescope. Upgraded Nissan technologies allow the telescope to be transported to wild, remote dark-sky locations.Ashwani Gupta, senior vice president of Nissan’s light commercial vehicle business said: “The Nissan Navara Dark Sky Concept is a brilliant example of Nissan serving as an authentic partner, empowering our customers to go anywhere.”The vehicle comes with ProPILOT driver assistance technology which enhances the driver’s control by combining the car maker’s intelligent cruise control and steering assist technologies. This maintains the distance with the vehicle in front while keeping the car and rig centered during single-lane driving – even on curves.An intelligent monitor system has been upgraded to support towing, giving the driver a bird’s-eye-view around the vehicle and rig and making parking easier.Blind spot warning has been enhanced to highlight objects in blind spots within the trailer rangeTowing hitch alignment lets the car take control of steering, ac
Rocznice 2018 Na wyłączność