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Earth Image Archive Globe Here are some movies Image of the Earth. This is a picture of the Earth's magnetic field and the Van Allen Belts. The Van Allen Belts are two layers where the atomic particles are trapped and the magnetosphere is dense.
5 October 2012 ESO celebrates its 50th anniversary ALMA antennas under the Milky Way (Image: ESO) On 5 October 1962, five nations signed the convention that founded the European Southern Observatory (ESO).
IEM | News & Notes Back on 6 May 2007, I was fortunate to captured a spectacular timelapse from the KCCI-TV webcam located at Meswaki Settlement School near Tama, Iowa. This video recently exceeded 1 million views on YouTube, which is great for a timelapse of clouds! :) Two colleagues from the University of Alabama in Huntsville and I wrote up a paper on this timelapse and the article is published in the August edition of Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology.
Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP)
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Free Electron Laser - Wiggler Magnet Free Electron Laser - Wiggler Magnet As the electron beam passes between the copper colored magnets, it changes directions. The poles of the magnets alternate, so the electron beam is forced to wiggle up and down. Any wiggling electric charge emits electromagnetic radiation. The type of electromagnetic radiation produced depends on how quickly the charge wiggles. Slower wiggles can make radio waves or microwaves, while faster wiggles can make x-rays.
Hydrogen atoms under the magnifying glass: Direct Observation of the Nodal Structures of Electronic States of the Hydrogen Atom 21st May 2013 To describe the microscopic properties of matter and its interaction with the external world, quantum mechanics uses wave functions, whose structure and time dependence is governed by the Schrödinger equation. Max-Born-Institut, Aktuell
HubbleSOURCE: Photoshop FITS Liberator If you are reading this you are probably an admirer of the beautiful color images produced year after year by the Hubble news team. Until now it was difficult for anyone other than a trained astronomer to create images like these from the original grayscale Hubble data. That’s because Hubble data is stored in a special “flavor” of the FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) data format that has been nearly impossible to open in common photo editing software, such as Adobe Photoshop. Now, thanks to a collaboration between ESA, ESO and NASA, a free software plugin is available that enables anyone with Adobe Photoshop CS (and, to a limited degree, other versions of Photoshop and certain other image editors) to open Hubble (and other) FITS data and process it to create finished, conventional-format digital images. The FITS Photoshop Liberator is available for download from this ESA Space Telescope site.