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Hubble Space Telescope turns 29 with a declining image

The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 29th anniversary, and on this occasion, this breathtaking shot of the Crab Nebula was needed. The NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope was launched on April 24, 1990. It has taken pictures of the universe that not only provided valuable material for scientific research, but also opened the space for the general public. CONNECTION: …

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NASA's new Planet Hunting Telescope has just found its first earth-sized world

NASA's new Planet Hunting Telescope, TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite), has just found its first earth-sized world. Although the Earth-sized planet and its hot Neptune companion were first observed by TESS In January 2019, it was taken until now to confirm their status with observations on the ground. The discovery was published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. When TESS was …

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Here's How Scientists Turned the World into a Telescope (to See a Black Hole)

black hole image st 196 196 1945,,, last last last last last last last last last last [[[[[[[[[[[[[ Event Horizon Telescope partnership behind the groundbreaking observations has already expanded, with more telescopes looking to join the fray soon. Each new instrument wants to share their thoughts with them. Dan Marrone, the hardest work is already done astronomer at the University …

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The Hubble telescope sees half a million stars in a wild space

Messier 3 shines in this image of the Hubble Space Telescope. ESA / Hubble & NASA, G. Piotto et al. The term "globular cluster" does not create its own beauty visions, but the actual objects in space are some of the most amazing the Hubble Space Telescope has ever seen. The European Space Agency described the globular cluster of Messier …

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The Event Horizon telescope attempts to take the first photo of a black hole

Astronomers organized radioscope telescopes around the world in a full-size virtual camera for a bold new experiment that attempted to deliver the very first image of a black hole. The telescope collaboration is due to make a major announcement of results this year, and members described their research approach in a March lecture. Black holes are extreme warps in space-time …

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Views of the Hubble telescope asteroid in an exploded state

This image of the Hubble Space Telescope reveals the gradual self-destruction of an asteroid whose ejected dusty material has formed two long, thin, comet-like tails. The longer tail extends over 800,000 kilometers and is approximately 4,800 kilometers wide. The shorter tail is about a quarter as long. The streamer eventually dissipates in space. Credits: NASA, ESA, K. Meech and J. …

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New Findings on How Sun's Strong Magnetic Field Affects Earth Earth's Magnetic Field | the earth | the solar wind | Solar magnetic field | Magnetic field | NASA | Solar telescope at the observatory Roque de los Muchachos The magnetic field of the sun

According to a study that can influence the understanding of the Sun's atmosphere and its impact on Earth, the sun's magnetic field is ten times stronger than previously thought. From the Swedish 1 meter solar telescope at Roque de los Muchachos The Observatory in the Canary Islands, David Kuridze, Research Fellow at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom, studied a …

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Astronomers have a rare direct view of an exoplanet thanks to the new telescope technology

Artistic concept of HR8799e. Illustration: ESO / L. Calçada Scientists have directly observed an exoplanet in an entirely new way thanks to an instrument of the Very Large Telescope Interferometer of the Southern Observatory. Telescopes are more than just lenses and mirrors – they are sophisticated electromagnetic radiation detectors to overcome the many challenges of observing very distant objects. Exoplanets …

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