Telescopios Espaciales
ISS (ZARYA) ISS (ZARYA) FIRST SENTINEL SATELLITE IN ORBIT AFTER SUCCESSFUL SOYUZ LAUNCH - Europe's first Sentinel satellite blasted off Thursday and deployed its radar antenna and solar panels overnight, inaugurating a multi-billion dollar series of satellites to take the pulse of Earth's land surfaces, oceans and atmosphere with unmatched regularity. Fitted with a C-band radar antenna, the $383 million Sentinel 1A satellite launched at 2102:26 GMT (5:02:26 p.m. EDT; 6:02:26 p.m. local time) from the Guiana Space Center on South American's northern coastline. More (Source: SpaceFlight Now - Apr 5) ULA, SPACEX RESCHEDULE LAUNCHES AFTER RADAR OUTAGE - After a two-week delay to wait for the U.S.
LIADAweb Disculpe! Informamos a Usted que el Sitio actual de Internet de la LIADA es: Lo esperamos allí para que nos conozca...y nosotros a Usted! Semper observandum...! Estamos en LIADAweb
El cielo del mes El cielo del mes En este mes, el día 21, a las 17:10 TU, el sol alcanza su máxima posición boreal, alcanzando su punto más alejado al sur del ecuador celeste, dando paso al invierno en el hemisferio norte, y al verano en el hemisferio sur, es el solsticio de invierno. El solsticio es aquel instante en que el Sol se halla en uno de los dos trópicos, en este caso, en el trópico de Capricornio. El solsticio de diciembre hace, en el hemisferio boreal, que el día sea más corto y la noche más larga del año; y en el hemisferio austral, la noche más corta y el día más largo (cambio de estaciones). En las latitudes norte, las constelaciones de Orión y Taurus serán las protagonistas de estas noches, La Vía Láctea cruza desde Orión hasta la costelación de Aquila, pasando por Auriga, Perseus, Cassiopeia, Cepheus y Cygnus. Aparece en los cielos el triángulo de invierno, formado por las estrellas Sirius (de Canis Major), Procyon (de Canis Minor) y Betelgueuse (de Orión). ... seguir leyendo
Sondas Espaciales

SkyServer DR7
ASOCIACIÓN DE VARIABILISTAS DE ESPAÑA Bienvenidos a la Página web de la Asociación de Variabilistas de España La Asociación de Variabilistas de España(A.V.E.), fundada en 1997, es una asociación sin ánimo de lucro dedicada al estudio y divulgación de las estrellas variables. Toda la información acerca de la web así como del mundo de las variables la obtendréis pinchando sobre los siguientes enlaces. ASOCIACIÓN DE VARIABILISTAS DE ESPAÑA
Agrupaciones Astronomicas

Exoplanet Orbit Database | Exoplanet Data Explorer Exoplanet Orbit Database | Exoplanet Data Explorer The Exoplanet Data Explorer is an interactive table and plotter for exploring and displaying data from the Exoplanet Orbit Database. The Exoplanet Orbit Database is a carefully constructed compilation of quality, spectroscopic orbital parameters of exoplanets orbiting normal stars from the peer-reviewed literature, and updates the Catalog of nearby exoplanets. A detailed description of the Exoplanet Orbit Database and Explorers is published here and is available on astro-ph. In addition to the Exoplanet Data Explorer, we have also provided the entire Exoplanet Orbit Database in CSV format for a quick and convenient download here. A list of all archived CSVs is available here.
Catching the Light: Astrophotography by Jerry Lodriguss
Astronomia ESP
Astronomía Educativa

Página Principal - Página Principal - Destino: Aeolis Mons. Atravesando la duna Va ya más medio año de avance de Curiosity hacia Aeolis Mons. Es un viaje largo en el que recorrerá más de 8 kilómetros y completará 5 paradas científicas con las que caracterizar diferentes zonas del cráter Gale.
Galaxy Zoo: Hubble 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. Many are remarkably beautiful, and the aim of Galaxy Zoo is to study them, assisting astronomers in attempting to understand how the galaxies we see around us formed, and what their stories can tell us about the past, present and future of our Universe as a whole. more The launch of this new version of Galaxy Zoo, the 4th, comes just a few weeks after the site’s 5th birthday. It all started back in July 2007, with a data set made up of a million galaxies imaged by the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, who still provide some of the images in the site today.

Galaxy Zoo: Hubble

Zooniverse - Real Science Online

Zooniverse - Real Science Online We want you to know we use cookies to support features like login; without them, you're unlikely to be able to use our sites. By browsing our site with cookies enabled, you are agreeing to their use; read our newly updated privacy policy here to find out more. Sort by All Space Climate Humanities Nature Biology How do galaxies form? NASA's Hubble Space Telescope archive provides hundreds of thousands of galaxy images.
Diagrama Hertzsprung-Russell
diagrama Hertzsprung-Russell
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Telescopios Terrestres

Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) Meetings/Workshops Latest 4-day Browse Plot ACE in the News Mission Overview | Science Center | Public Outreach | Science News | Publications | Online DataPersonnel | Picture Gallery | Other Links | ACE Guest Investigators ACE Instruments Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) Home Page Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE) Home Page
Near Earth Objects Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) are comets and asteroids that have been nudged by the gravitational attraction of nearby planets into orbits that allow them to enter the Earth's neighborhood. Composed mostly of water ice with embedded dust particles, comets originally formed in the cold outer planetary system while most of the rocky asteroids formed in the warmer inner solar system between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The scientific interest in comets and asteroids is due largely to their status as the relatively unchanged remnant debris from the solar system formation process some 4.6 billion years ago. The giant outer planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune) formed from an agglomeration of billions of comets and the left over bits and pieces from this formation process are the comets we see today. Likewise, today's asteroids are the bits and pieces left over from the initial agglomeration of the inner planets that include Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars.