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Vinuetes - Chapulhuacán Hidalgo (Xantolo)

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Es día de muertos, de repente llegaron familiares, compadres y amigos de mi papá y pues a tocar los tradicionales vinuetes.

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pietrovzky Las personas del video son reconocidos músicos son originarios
de Chapulhuacán y conservan la tradición oral de los vinuetes. Este tipo de
música huasteca, a diferencia de los huapangos como tal, tienen la
intención de transmitir la tristeza de estas fechas (días de muertos) por
lo tanto, no incluyen "adornos". No es por "huevones", sino que el estilo
original de los vinuetes así es. "Xochipitzahuatl", es el vinuete que
interpretan. Gracias por tu visita y comentario, saludos

Ahh pues habrá que ver con los señores del trio, porque de hecho fue
improvisado saludos!!
Bryan Rojo

este esta re chingon yes

muy buen video es muy bonito mirar videos de jente conocida de chapul a
unque cuando anda uno por chapul no se able uno al otro pero estando lejos
del terre se siente uno muy contento ver a los paisanos hey homeboy
download more videos from my hometown ok
lidio guerrero

muy bonita dansa quisiera un cd para dansarlas el 12 de disie. en raleigh n
c saludos a chapulhacan hgo
lidio guerrero

o losiento muchu hojala se recupere pronto los estaremos esperando

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News Report:

Saturn may be 'giving birth' to a new moon

NASA has observed a peculiar bulge in the outermost ring of Saturn, which could suggest that the colorful gas giant may be expecting a new baby moon.
NASA’s Cassini-Huygens space probe, which has been orbiting the Saturnian system since 2004, spotted a tiny object in Saturn’s A Ring. This possible new moon appears to be 0.8 kilometers (0.5 miles) in diameter, though it could get larger.
 The disturbance visible at the outer edge of Saturn's A ring in this image (pink arrow) from NASA's Cassini spacecraft could be caused by an object replaying the birth process of icy moons. Photo: NASA JPL
“We have not seen anything like this before,” stated astronomer Carl Murray, lead author of the study published in the journal Icarus. “We may be looking at the act of birth, where this object is leaving the rings and heading off to be a moon in its own right.”
This protomoon has been given the nickname “Peggy” in honor of Murray’s mother-in-law.

A celestial nursery
Moons begin as clumps of matter that steadily grow in size and gravity, until they’re massive enough to leave the rings and start orbiting their parent planet.
Saturn’s rings have been long believed to be a sort of “nursery”. Its rich material content – which is a mix of dust, rock and ice – is conducive to the formation of moons. Saturn has, in fact, over 53 moons, with another 9 as candidates. Peggy will be the planet’s 63rd “child”.
But the formation of a moon is an extremely rare event. And in the case of Peggy, she may very well be Saturn’s last.
According to theory, Saturn’s ring system used to be much larger, but the formation of its numerous satellites depleted its materials and caused it to grow smaller. Now it appears there won’t be enough raw material left to make any additional moons after Peggy.
Peggy could therefore very well be the only chance we’ll get to see how Saturn’s ring particles develop into a natural satellite that subsequently separates itself from the planet to become a fully fledged, orbiting moon.

Peggy’s fate
Because of Peggy’s size, Cassini has had some trouble taking a more decent image of her. The spacecraft will move closer to the ring system’s outer edge in 2016, however, and NASA plans to take this opportunity to conduct a more detailed study of the protomoon.
At barely half a mile wide, Peggy will probably never grow to the size of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, which is 3,200 miles in diameter – about half of Earth’s size. Scientists believe Peggy might even be falling apart, which could mean an end to her dreams of becoming a true Saturnian satellite. - TJD, GMA News

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