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by @a__njel

Scary to think every small speck in this photo is a galaxy! Makes me feel so small 👶🏽 #hubble


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by @carsonchargers_youthfootball

#32 Jaedyn aka Tuka you’re not the biggest player but you play a BIG game. Tuka dislpays great inspiration his vibe rubs off on other players. We are One team with One beat... #ballers #chargersnation #popwarner #sports #football #playoffs #poundforpound #youthsports #wedemboyz #cityoflights #boltup #win #scc #hubble #repyocity #carson


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by @yildiztozuscience

800 milyon ışık yılı uzaktaki kara delikte çifte 'kozmik geğirme'

Hubble ve Chandra uzay teleskoplarını kullanan astronomlar 800 milyon ışık yılı ötedeki bir süper kütleli kara deliğin çok miktarda sıcak gazı emmesinin ardından gerçekleşen çifte 'kozmik geğirmeyi' görüntülemeyi başardı.

BBC'nin aktardığına göre, Dünya'ya 800 milyon ışık yılı uzaktaki 'SDSS J1354+1327' adlı galakside bulunan süper kütleli kara delikte çifte 'kozmik geğirme' meydana geldi.

Astronomlar Hubble ve Chandra uzay teleskoplarını kullanarak bu yeni kozmik geğirmeyi yakaladı. Ancak incelemelerinde aynı kara delikten 100.000 yıl önce bir başka kozmik geğirme daha meydana geldiğini fark ettiler. 'KARA DELİKLER DOYMAK BİLMEZ YİYİCİLERDİR'

Kozmik gazlar kara deliklerden birinin yakınına geldiğinde içeriye çekiliyor ancak tıpkı bir geğirme şeklinde bu enerjinin bir kısmı uzaya geri salınıyor. Geğirmenin içeriği de yüksek enerjili moleküllerden oluşuyor.

Colorado Üniversitesi'nden Julie Comerford Washington'daki 231. Amerikan Astronomi Topluluğu toplantısında yaptığı açıklamada "Kara delikler doymak bilmez yiyicilerdir ancak görgü kurallarını dikkate almadıkları ortaya çıktı. Kara deliklerin dışarıya saldığı tekil geğirmelerin çok örneği var ancak bir galakside süper kütleli bir kara deliğin çifte geğirme eyleminde bulunduğunu keşfettik" dedi.

Süper kütleli kara delikler neredeyse tüm büyük galaksilerin merkezinde bulunabiliyor.

Dr. Comeford kara deliklerin 'beslenme, geğirme ve uyku haline geçme' şeklinde 3 evreden geçtiğini ve bu evrelerin yinelendiğini belirtti.

Yeni keşfin bu teoriyi kanıtladığı belirtiliyor. Kara deliklerin beslenme ve geğirme  sırasında çok parlak bir hale geldiği, uyuma evresine geçtiklerinde ise karanlığa gömüldükleri ifade edildi.

https://tr.sputniknews.com/bilim/201801121031787676-karadelik-kozmik-gegirme/

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2018 ocak ayi haberidir. Bilgi niteligindedir.


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by @beingastro.cosmos

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by @rayheart

No, non è una foto di #Hubble. (siamo nella fase "inizia il prurito, ma non è ancora finito il dolore") #ematomi


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by @in_saturns_rings

Another amazing real screenshot from #InSaturnsRings of the hexagonal cloud structure at Saturn's north pole. Each side of the hexagon is wider than Earth. Nothing like the hexagon has ever been seen on any other world.
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by @nuclear.physicss

Çinli bilim insanlarından ‘dev yıldız’ keşfi: Evrenin tarihine ışık tutacak. Çinli astronomlar, normal bir yıldızdan 300 yüz kat daha fazla lityum zengini yıldız keşfetti. Çin Merkez Televizyo’nun (CCTV) haberine göre, Çin Bilimleri Akademisi bünyesinde faaliyet gösteren Çin Ulusal Astronomi Gözlemevinden bilim adamaları, büyüklüğü güneşin bir buçuk katına ulaşan ve normal bir yıldızdan 300 kat daha fazla lityum barından yıldız buldu. Dünya’ya 4 bin 500 ışık yılı uzaklıkta olduğu belirtilen yıldızın, evrenin Büyük Patlama’dan (Bing Bang) sonraki büyüme ve genişleme sürecine ışık tutacağı kaydedildi. Araştırmanın sonuçları Nature Astronomy dergisinde yayınlandı. #space #uzay #science #education #hubble #nasa #yıldız #star #asrto @yildiztozuscience #astrophysics #rocket #uzay #bilim #followforfollowback #nuclearphysics #discovery #universe #followme #fizik #gökbilim #moon #art #photography #physics


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by @acacia_astronomy712

Tonight (10/08/16) is International Observe the Moon Night! Make sure to go outside and at least take a nice look at our nearest celestial neighbor.
The Moon is our only natural satellite and is the fifth largest satellite in the solar system. The average distance from the Moon to the Earth is 238,855 miles (384,400 km), or 1.28 light-seconds. The moon is believed to have formed from a massive impact approx. 4.5 billion years ago, not long after the Earth formed. I will be dedicating the next few Astrodaily posts to our Moon, stay tuned. Tag a friend and look up tonight!
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by @adalia_astronomy282

Why are there faint rings around this spiral galaxy? Possibly because the galaxy, NGC 4911, is being pulled at by its neighbors as it falls into the enormous Coma Cluster of Galaxies. If NGC 4911 ends up like most of the galaxies in the central Coma cluster, it will become a yellowish elliptical galaxy, losing not only its outer layers, but dust, gas, and its cadre of surrounding satellite galaxies as well. Currently, however, this process is just beginning. Visible in the above deep image from the Hubble Space Telescope are NGC 4911's bright nucleus, distorted spiral arms laced with dark dust, clusters of recently formed stars, unusual faint outer rings, dwarf companion galaxies, and even faint globular clusters of stars.
Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble, K.Kook
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by @ladaalmagestrowa74

Yesterday NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured Mercury's transit across the Sun's fiery surface. Even though the planet orbits the Sun every 88 days, the view captured yesterday happens only about 13 times a century due to our own orbital position. Scientists are hoping that the data they gathered during the transit can help them better understand Mercury's thin atmosphere. To me, it's also a humbling reminder of our own trajectory around our massive star. (🎥 credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Genna Duberstein)
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by @bobby_wright793

The Rosette Nebula
Would the Rosette Nebula by any other name look as sweet? The bland New General Catalog designation of NGC 2237 doesn't appear to diminish the appearance of this flowery emission nebula. Inside the nebula lies an open cluster of bright young stars designated NGC 2244. These stars formed about four million years ago from the nebular material and their stellar winds are clearing a hole in the nebula's center, insulated by a layer of dust and hot gas. Ultraviolet light from the hot cluster stars causes the surrounding nebula to glow. The Rosette Nebula spans about 100 light-years across, lies about 5000 light-years away, and can be seen with a small telescope towards the constellation of the Unicorn (Monoceros). Image Credit & Copyright: Evangelos Souglakos
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by @maggie_happy_tx

M33 - Triangulum Galaxy by Simon Todd on Explore today
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My first galaxy with the F4 Quattro, M33 - Triangulum Galaxy. The galaxy is located approximately 3 Million light years away in the constellation of Triangulum, it is the third largest member in a cluster of galaxies which includes our own and the famous M31 Andromeda Galaxy
The image was the first taken with my Nichrome wire in front of the Mirror Fan to prevent dew forming on the Primary.....And it worked!!!
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21x300S in LRGB
16x600S in HA
The HA was added as a Lighten Layer to the Red Channel, all frames have 25 Flats and 25 Darks applied
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Mount: Sky-Watcher EQ8 Pro
Imaging Scope: Sky-Watcher Quattro 8-CF @ F4
Imaging Camera: Atik Cameras 383L+ Mono Cooled to -20C
Filter Wheel: Starlight Xpress Ltd 7x36mm unmounted USB Filter Wheel
Filters: Baader Planetarium 36mm LRGB + 7nm HA
Guide Scope: Celestron Telescopes C80ED
Guide Camera: Qhyccd QHY5L-II
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Image Acquisition: Main Sequence Software Sequence Generator Pro
Image Stacking and Combining: Maxim-DL
Post Processing: Photoshop CS5, Noise Ninja
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by @ada_astronomy464

NGC 3810
At a distance of roughly 50 million light years from our home galaxy this seemingly classic spiral galaxy has a far brighter central region compared to the outer spiral arms of NGC 3810. While this spiral galaxy still contains a large majority of old stars near its core there is surprisingly a large amount of star formation occurring within the inner region, laced with many regions of nebulosity and young open clusters. Thanks to he Hubble Space Telescope we are able to observe many individual stars within NGC 3810, allowing us to resolve many individual stars, though Hubble can only resolve the biggest and brightest stars in high detail. .
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by @nastasya_asstro89

All streams flow to the sea because it is lower than they are. Humility gives it its power. If you want to govern the people, you must place yourself below them. If you want to lead the people, you must learn how to follow them. ― Lao Tzu, Tao Te Ching
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by @astro_katerina85

This image, taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows a peculiar galaxy known as NGC 1487, lying about 30 million light-years away in the southern constellation of Eridanus.

Rather than viewing it as a celestial object, it is actually better to think of this as an event. Here, we are witnessing two or more galaxies in the act of merging together to form a single new galaxy. Each galaxy has lost almost all traces of its original appearance, as stars and gas have been thrown by gravity in an elaborate cosmic whirl.

Unless one is very much bigger than the other, galaxies are always disrupted by the violence of the merging process. As a result, it is very difficult to determine precisely what the original galaxies looked like and, indeed, how many of them there were. In this case, it is possible that we are seeing the merger of several dwarf galaxies that were previously clumped together in a small group.

Although older yellow and red stars can be seen in the outer regions of the new galaxy, its appearance is dominated by large areas of bright blue stars, illuminating the patches of gas that gave them life. This burst of star formation may well have been triggered by the merger.

Image credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt
Text credit: European Space Agency

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by @charles_bailey102

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Nebulae in Auriga

Explanation: Rich in star clusters and nebulae, the ancient constellation of the Charioteer(Auriga) rides high in northern winter night skies. Composed from narrow and broadband filter data and spanning nearly 8 Full Moons (4 degrees) on the sky, this deep telescopic view shows off some of Auriga's celestial bounty. The field includes emission region IC 405 (top left) about 1,500 light-years distant. Also known as the Flaming Star Nebula, its red, convoluted clouds of glowing hydrogen gas are energized by hot O-type star AE Aurigae. IC 410 (top right) is significantly more distant, some 12,000 light-years away. The star forming region is famous for its embedded young star cluster, NGC 1893, and tadpole-shaped clouds of dust and gas. IC 417 and NGC 1931 at the lower right, the Spider and the Fly, are also young star clusters embedded in natal clouds that lie far beyond IC 405. Star cluster NGC 1907 is near the bottom edge of the frame, just right of center. The crowded field of view looks along the plane of our Milky Way galaxy, near the direction of the galactic anticenter.

Image Credit & Copyright: Fritz Helmut Hemmerich
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by @astro_taner

Rho Ophiuchi: A Brilliantly Colored Interstellar Cloud! .

Featuring the bright, red supergiant star Antares, the Rho Ophiuchi cloud complex is one of the most vibrant and colorful nebulas in space and the closest star-forming region to the solar system. The dark-brown regions in the cloud complex consist of interstellar dust grains that prevent any light from passing through. Image by @aydinmustafa .

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by @roxy_god_pw

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A typical galaxy collision can last hundreds of millions of years, during which time the gravity from both galaxies can distort their original shape and cause a wave of increased star formation.

Today, galactic collisions are quite rare, yet early in the universe's history, they were much more common. Because the universe is expanding, galaxies were closer together in the past, and thus galaxy collisions happened more frequently.
A galactic collision almost always happens between two spiral galaxies. As they approach one another, their gravity starts to pull on the other galaxy. This will cause the spiral arms of both galaxies to stretch, distorting their overall shape. Yet due to the vast distances between individual stars, it's very unlikely that during a galactic collision any stars would actually collide. If the Milky Way were to collide with the Andromeda Galaxy--which will likely happen in the next few billion years-- it's highly unlikely another star would disturb our solar system.
On the other hand, galactic collisions can create quite a show on a large scale. As both galaxies approach one another, their gravity pulls on the other. This can create tidal forces that can heat up nebulae within the galaxies, leading to star formation. As I mentioned earlier, it's highly unlikely any stars will collide while two galaxies merge, however, it's very likely that nebulae will collide because they are much larger. The collision of nebulae can also cause an increase in star formation, leading to a phase called a starburst phase.
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by @masha_astro86

Oh we can see you now!
Philae Lander found on comet 67P .

A little spacecraft that was presumed lost has now been found. In 2014, the Philae lander slowly descended from its parent Rosette spacecraft to the nucleus of Comet C67/P Churyumov-Gerasimenko. At the surface, after a harpoon malfunction, the lander bounced softly twice and eventually sent back images from an unknown location. Earlier this month, though, Rosette swooped low enough to spot its cub. The meter-sized Philae is seen on the far right of the main image, with inset images showing both a zoom out and a zoom in. At the end of this month, Rosette itself will be directed to land on 67P, but Rosette's landing will be harder and, although taking unique images and data, will bring the mission to an end.

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