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We didn´t pass the last round, very close!!

We made what we can but we didn´t pass! Two good friends during the contest win the trip to Florida and continue in the Axe Space contest, they are Eduardo Lurueña (the spanish Brus Lee :P) and Julià Suñer (:D). They will travel to Florida, congratulations for them and for all the candidates, the experience was worth it.

My candidacy:

We are very happy because we have been favorites for most of the contestants and some of the AXE staff, moral winners because we know we´ve done a good job, giving quality and reliability to the competition, we where the most creative from the contest and winners in many ways, also i have an AXE profile, we don´t know why it couldn´t be =). We publicized AXE/LYNX for five months more than everyone, leading the brand everywhere, making a lot of new candidates and working for the contest to be the AXE hero =D.

More than one month creating a professional spacesuit (with lights, communications, laser, etc), i will show this spacesuit in some short film =D (we have some director contact that want it), we pay more than the prize of Florida and we know that we were going to give more than the cost spaceflight :D. We have a lot of fun during the contest, we give everything for AXE, a great brand that have a good idea at the exact moment, CONGRATULATIONS AXE!!!

Thanks to all who have supported us, to all participants and especially to AXE, thanks for making us dream. Was a wonderful experience, we will continue with our seductive, sympathetic and optimistic attitude that we allways have inside and outside of the contest ;).

We continue:

I will continue trying to go into space because is my dream, a dream that every day is closer.


I managed to do for a second the X of AXE in the air ;)

A final without secutiry:

We have a very nice trip but the final wasn´t very secure, a lot of accidents in the Blob Jump, i was in this list, after my jump with a puntuation of 9 points, i cut my face with the space helmet visor, it was broken when i fell into the water and in the hospital i receive 3 more stitch, i miss the security revision that they promise and that i ask many times because i don´t see it secure. Some friends and workers were damaged too in this Blob Jump, but nothing compared to what could have happened.

Another thing happen next to the jumps, we begin collecting our things in the Very Vip zone of the Space Jump, where are all our stuff and spacesuits and somebody without identification steal our bags with our documentation, credit card, water camera, glasses and more things so we have to go again to the police station, coincidentally the same taxi driver who take me from the hospital to the Axe Space Jump take me to the police, he make me the complete route =)..

Except actually injured (there are two girls in the hospital and they will be operated) we are very happy about the experience, the security was the only thing that can be better, the contest could have had another title in the news a very different title, and EVERYBODY would have lost, fortunately it wasn´t and nothing more happened.

Do you want to see my jump? you can see it in the Telemadrid news


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About David Cabezas
David Cabezas joined the European Space Astronomy Centre in 2008 as a software support for scientist in the radio astronomy project “Host Country” for NASA Madrid Deep Space Communications Complex and PARTNeR educational project using the NASA radio antenna.
Since 2010 David has been collaborating with CESAR Education Project in software development, robotic telescope installation and multimedia maker.
As a freelance since 1999 he works in several projects, like Community Manager, Network Security, Game Programmer, Maker, Software Engineering, Creative Manager, Project Manager, Photography and Astrophotography, Electronics, Robotic, Home Automation, Artificial Intelligent, Algorithms, Database Administrator, Marketing Director, manage his own company, etc.
Last 5 years (since 2010) he discover another hobby, multimedia design and animator in 2D & 3D. You can see multimedia 2010-2013 projects in next link: http://goo.gl/DBOVyh
Last 2 years (since 2013) he manage the Space Educational Project for kids “Interplanetary Travel”: http://www.viajeinterplanetario.com
In his other free time he observe the sky, travel, play sports (bicycle, football, padel, basketball, etc.), meet friends and try to go to the space =).
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Arturo A. pregunta:
¿Cuántos exoplanetas se han conseguido encontrar hasta la fecha?
Hasta hoy 15 de marzo del 2013 se han confirmado 861 planetas extrasolares en 677 sistemas planetarios, por lo tanto, se han descubierto hasta ahora 128 sistemas planetarios múltiples o estrellas con más de un planeta (exoplanet.eu). Por otro lado el satélite Kepler que ha confirmado 114 de esos 861 planetas, tiene 2740 candidatos a planetas que tienen que ser confirmados uno a uno por científicos y ese número no para de crecer.
Los 7 mejores candidatos a planetas habitables hasta la fecha están resumidos en esta foto, se espera que en 10 años hayamos encontrado miles de exoplanetas nuevos, lunas alrededor de otros planetas o exolunas, analicemos las atmósferas de estos planetas en detalle y confirmaremos el primer exoplaneta habitable.
Futuros satélites descubrirán más exoplanetas: Gaia 2013 (detectará planetas hasta una distancia de 600 años luz), James Webb Space Telescope 2018 (el sucesor del Hubble), etc.
Ángel pregunta:
¿Hemos encontrado vida fuera de la Tierra?
No, pero no tardaremos en encontrarla. Cada vez tenemos más conocimientos y sabemos más acerca del universo y del origen de la vida, no paran de detectarse moléculas precursoras de vida en diferentes puntos del universo, se dice que al igual que el agua vino a la Tierra por el impacto de los cometas también podría haber pasado lo mismo con la vida (ver noticia de esta semana), el descubrimiento de planetas cada vez más parecidos a la Tierra situados en su zona de habitabilidad donde el agua puede estar en estado líquido, etc. Se dice que el descubrimiento de vida extraterrestre (organismos celulares) fuera de la Tierra será el descubrimiento de este siglo y puede que más cerca de lo que pensamos (lunas de Júpiter, cuevas en Marte, etc.). Tenemos un Centro de Astrobiología dedicado a este tema en España =D por si quieres más información.
CURIOSIDAD: Mira este extremófilo capaz de sobrevivir en el espacio (foto del día de la NASA de antes de ayer)
Carlitos pregunta:
¿Por qué Plutón ya no es un planeta?
Desde el 24 de agosto del 2006 Plutón es un planeta enano, salió del estado de planeta principalmente porque se empezaron a encontrar otros objetos de tamaños similares o incluso mayor como Eris. Desde el 2006 el concepto de planeta se cambió y Plutón no lo cumple porque no ha despejado las inmediaciones de su órbita. Curiosidad: Hace 2 días se ha puesto nombre a dos nuevas lunas de Plutón, Vulcano y Cerbero
Félix pregunta:
¿Por qué Marte es rojizo?
La superficie de Marte tiene ese color debido al óxido de hierro y su material volcánico. La semana pasada el rover Curiosity después de taladrar la superficie de Marte vio que "Marte es gris" por dentro.
Juan Luis pregunta:
Durante los Apollo ¿qué temperatura tenían en la superficie de la Luna?
Durante los aterrizajes de los Apollo y actualmente, la temperatura de la superficie de la Luna es de 120ºC durante el día y durante la noche puede descender hasta los -150ºC, los trajes de los astronauta del Apollo estaban preparados para soportar estas temperaturas.
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