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Galaxies become quasars – Astronomy Now

Astronomers have usually found mild LINER galaxies in the process of being transformed into voracious quasars, as shown in the artist's rendering on the right. Credit: ESA / Hubble, NASA and S. Smartt (Queen's University Belfast (left), NASA / JPL-Caltech (right) galaxies are such huge structures that they make big changes in extreme periods galaxies, which suddenly turned into insatiable …

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Winner of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2019 announced

The Royal Observatory Greenwich has announced the winners of the prestigious Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the year 2019, and as always the winning images are spectacular. This year, more than 4,600 submissions were received, covering 90 countries worldwide. The jury had the unenviable task of identifying a winner, a runner-up and a highly acclaimed image for each category, a …

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Howl about some of the best astronomy photographs of 2019

The winners of the 2018 Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer were announced. This year's harvest shows breathtaking images, from Aurors and Sunspots to galaxies and nebulae to a lunar eclipse we've never seen before. This is the 11th edition of the competition, hosted by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in collaboration with Insight Investment and BBC Sky at Night Magazine. This year, …

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Bad Astronomy | A JUICE-y look at Jupiter from Earth

In 2022, the European Space Agency plans to launch the Jupiter ICy moons Explorer – JUICE – Towards the Interior of the Gas Giants. Galilean moons of Jupiter, something we've seen in many years. JUICE just did something I think I love: They hauled the navigation camera – the instrument used to look at stars and search and determine where …

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