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Hubble has spotted an ancient galaxy that shouldn't exist
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The Universe in Colour
[ Hide the intro ] Have you looked at the night sky lately? If you did it from a "light polluted" city, you may have seen a greyish sky and a handful of stars. If you did it from a suburban or country-side area, you probably saw many more stars and perhaps even a decent view of our Milky Way. Deep Sky Colors - Astrophotography by Rogelio Bernal Andreo Deep Sky Colors - Astrophotography by Rogelio Bernal Andreo
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The word light usually makes one think of the colors of the rainbow or light from the Sun or a lamp. This light, however, is only one type of electromagnetic radiation. Electromagnetic radiation comes in a range of energies, known as the electromagnetic spectrum. The spectrum consists of radiation such as gamma rays, x-rays, ultraviolet, visible, infrared and radio. Electromagnetic radiation travels in waves, just like waves in an ocean. The Chandra X-ray Observatory Center :: Gateway to the Universe of X-ray Astronomy! The Chandra X-ray Observatory Center :: Gateway to the Universe of X-ray Astronomy!
The Known Universe by AMNH
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Discovering Our Universe from the Classroom 01.07.14 Posted by Luisa Rebull How many high school teachers and kids can say that they have presented their astronomy research alongside professional astronomers at an international conference? These folks can! NASA Spitzer Space Telescope NASA Spitzer Space Telescope
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Carter Emmart fait une démo d'un atlas de l'univers en 3D
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Description 3D simulation of the Solar System and night sky in real time - the Sun, planets, dwarf planets, comets, stars and constellations. - Heliocentric view with real-time positions of planets and planetary orbits - Schematic and realistic sizes of the planets and distances between them - Movement of the planets in time to see how they move in relation to each other - Virtual Orrery - Planetary exploration with info texts and additional views such as structure - Dwarf planets (Pluto, Ceres, Haumea, Makemake. Eris) and their orbits - Comets (Siding Spring, Lovejoy 2013, Lovejoy 2011, Panstarrs, ISON, Halley) - positions and trajectories - Stars and constellation of the night sky as viewed from a given location - Changes in the night sky during night, month and year - Searching of the stars and constellation, ecliptic line, grid lines and more Interactive 3D model of Solar System Planets and Night Sky Interactive 3D model of Solar System Planets and Night Sky
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Hubble Wallpaper
A strange, glowing green cloud of gas that has mystified astronomers since its discovery in 2007 has been studied by Hubble. The cloud of gas is lit up by the bright light of a nearby quasar, and shows signs of ongoing star formation. One of the strangest space objects ever seen is being scrutinised by the penetrating vision of the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. A mysterious, glowing green blob of gas is floating in space near a spiral galaxy. Hubble zooms in on a space oddity | Press Releases Hubble zooms in on a space oddity | Press Releases
Few have witnessed what you're about to see Experience a privileged glimpse of the distant universe as observed by the SDSS, the Hubble Space Telescope, and UKIRT Roughly one hundred billion galaxies are scattered throughout our observable Universe, each a glorious system that might contain billions of stars. Galaxy Zoo: Hubble Galaxy Zoo: Hubble
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Le mystérieux bourdonnement de la Voie Lactée — Atra Materia Fr Le mystérieux bourdonnement de la Voie Lactée — Atra Materia Fr Posted on février 14, 2012 by Ashley Corbion . Des chercheurs viennent de découvrir un mystérieux « bourdonnement » au coeur de notre galaxie: elle émet une importante quantité de rayonnement micro-onde, et pour l’instant son origine demeure totalement inconnue. Aussi, de nouvelles « îles » de monoxyde de carbone froid ont été découvertes, aidant les astronomes à identifier les régions où se forment de nouvelles étoiles. Le satellite Planck a été lancé en 2009 avec pour objectif l’étude du fond diffus cosmologique, afin de délivrer des données plus précises que son prédécesseur WMAP.
Astronomy Picture of the Day Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer. 2014 April 14 An Unusual Globule in IC 1396 Credit & Copyright: T. Rector (U. Alaska Anchorage) & H. Astronomy Picture of the Day
Astronomy Magazine - Interactive Star Charts, Planets, Meteors, Comets, Telescopes Astronomy Magazine - Interactive Star Charts, Planets, Meteors, Comets, Telescopes PICTURE OF THE DAYsee all » This photographer caught a meteor in the constellation Cassiopeia the Queen, and also caught its reflection in the water below. You can see the relatively large W asterism of Cassiopeia just to the left of the meteor’s streak in the sky. (Nikon D800E DSLR mounted on a Gitzo G1228 tripod, Nikkor 24mm f/2.8 lens set at f/4, ISO 3200, taken January 6, 2014, at 5:25 a.m. PST, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California)
INOVE Space Models
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Ultimate Power Spawn massive stars, launch asteroids, and manipulate gravity with just a few clicks. Fun & Interactive Explore our universe through unlimited experimentation. Universe Sandbox Universe Sandbox
Astrobiology Magazine -- The Origin and Evolution of Life in the Universe
November 1, 2012: Solar systems with life-bearing planets may be rare if they are dependent on the presence of asteroid belts of just the right mass, according to a study by Rebecca Martin, a NASA Sagan Fellow from the University of Colorado in Boulder, and astronomer Mario Livio of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Md. They suggest that the size and location of an asteroid belt, shaped by the evolution of the Sun's protoplanetary disk and by the gravitational influence of a nearby giant Jupiter-like planet, may determine whether complex life will evolve on an Earth-like planet. The findings will appear today in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters (published by Oxford University Press). See the rest: The Full Story Asteroid Belts of Just the Right Size are Friendly to Life (11/01/2012
NASA Astrobiology NASA Astrobiology NPP Alumni Seminar Series: Sara Walker Sara Walker, assistant professor at Arizona State University. Credit: BEYOND, ASUOn February 3, 2014, Sara Walker of Arizona State University (ASU) will present the first in a series of seminars from alumni of the NASA Astrobiology NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP). In her talk, “Information Hierarchies, Chemical Evolution and the Transition From Non-Living to Living Matter,” Walker will discuss topics related to the emergence of life… and how to define ‘almost life.’
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SunAeon Solar System Simulator
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Alien Earths Online - www.alienearths.org
Hubble Telescope Reveals Deepest View of Universe Ever
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Total Solar Eclipse 2012 photos, near Mount Carbine, Queensland, Australia
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Carter Emmart demos a 3D atlas of the universe
Powers of Ten. Based on the film by Charles and Ray Eames. An Eames Office Website
Top 100 Astronomers You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Scale of Universe - Interactive Scale of the Universe Tool
The Carl Sagan Portal
A video map of motions in the nearby universe
Hubble data predicts Milky Way galactic collision
100,000 Stars
Google Earth Satellites
EarthSky.org - A Clear Voice for Science
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