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... An attempt is made to explain light variations in the blue region of the magnetic star CQ UMa by means of a simple oblique rotator model with one extensive circular dark spot centred to the south magnetic pole; Observed variations in v and colours may be explained by a spot covering about 69 percent of a hemisphere, the ratios of luminances (brightness densities) inside and outside the spot being 0.77 and 0 . ...
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2. Low Surface Brightness Galaxy Gallery
In this gallery are many images of Low Surface Brightness Galaxies which have recently been discovered and analyzed. ... The central surface brightness of this galaxy is 24.28 . Malin 2 This galaxy is another huge disk galaxy with a scale length of 15 kpc and a redshift of 15000 km/a. The high surface brightness knot in one of its spiral arms actually has the same color, luminosity and H-alpha equivalent width as the entire Large Magellanic Cloud . ... Truly it is a Low Surface Brightness Galaxy. ...
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3. APOD: 2006 September 5 - Bright Cliffs Across Saturns Moon Dione
... 2006 September 5 . Bright Cliffs Across Saturn's Moon Dione . Credit: Cassini Imaging Team , SSI , JPL , ESA , NASA . Explanation: What causes the bright streaks on Dione? Recent images of this unusual moon by the robot Cassini spacecraft now orbiting Saturn are helping to crack the mystery. ... The bright ice-cliffs run across some of Dione 's many craters, indicating that the process that created them occurred later than the impacts that created those craters. ... About APOD | ...
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4. WFPC2 Instrument Handbook Update
... To be read in conjunction with Section 4.11 of the WFPC2 Instrument Handbook , -Version 4.0. ... 1 The second study found evidence that CTE loss for faint stars has increased with time (Whitmore, 1998). The primary observational consequence of CTE loss is that a point source at the top of the chip appears to be fainter than if observed at the bottom of the chip, due to the loss of electrons as the star is read out down the chip (see Figure 1 ). ... Last updated: 06/16/98 10:38:00 . ...
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5. XWare > APOD
... IC 405: The Flaming Star Nebula . ... A Superwind from the Cigar Galaxy . ... This composite image was made from 22 separate pictures of the Moon and Sun all taken from Chisamba, Zambia during the total phase of the 2001 June 21 solar eclipse. ... Leonids Over Indian Cove . ... Canis Major Dwarf: A New Closest Galaxy . ... For many years astronomers thought the Large Magellan Cloud (LMC) was closest, but its title was supplanted in 1994 by the Sagittarius dwarf galaxy. Leonids from Leo . ...
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6. Analysis of very bright sources
XMM-Newton Science Analysis System . ... A different approach is done via the setting withctisrcpos =Y: all event energy corrections do not use the actual RAWY coordinate but the corresponding RAWY location of the source ( SRCPOS ) as determined by the task epframes (either automatically or via setting withsrccoords =Y). ... The task epchain may be used with the setting ccds =4 withctisrcpos =Y to process only the CCD 4 where usually the bright source is located that causes the Out-of-Time events. ...
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7. HIPASS Bright Galaxy Catalog
... The two plots below illustrate two of the selection criteria: velocity width (limited by the channel width) and the HIPASS peak flux. Zoom-in on Figure 3a. The two plots below give some idea of the shape of the HI spectra. ... For Gaussian HI spectra the difference is slightly more, but for irrgeular galaxies, pairs and groups many different shapes are observed. ... Some trend towards detecting more narrow-width galaxies at higher velocities is visible. ...
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... It is found that the correlation coefficients between these two parameters calculated separately inside and outside the sunspot formation zone ±30 have cyclic variation and occur in anti-phase. This suggests different mechanisms of formation of the corona in the fields of small, medium, and large scales. ... The relationship between the coronal green line brightness (CGLB) and the magnetic field strength (MFS) has been investigated by constructing the corresponding synoptic maps for the 1977-2001. ...
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9. M. de Groot, Senior Research Associate
... In collaboration with Drs Van Genderen (Leiden, Holland) and Sterken (Brussels, Belgium) papers XV and XVI in the series `Light Variations of Massive Stars' were published. These dealt with the brightness variations of several massive stars in the two nearest neighbour galaxies, namely six stars (R85, R99, R103, R110, R123 and R128) in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) and two (R42 and R45) in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC). ...
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10. ALMA Phase Calibration Techniques at the Cavendish Astrophysics Group
ALMA | ... In this section, we explain why we need to correct phase fluctuations and ALMA's strategy to do this. Rapid fluctuations will be corrected with water vapour radiometers (WVRs). The Cavendish Astrophysics Group was also a leading contributor to the ALMA prototype WVRs, which were put through their paces in tests at the Submillimeter Array (SMA). ... The Cavendish Astrophysics Group in partnership with the Onsala Space Observatory built two prototype WVRs for the ALMA project. ...
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... 38 CONTENTS Karachentsev I.D., Kopylov A.I., Kopylova F. G. Distance moduli in M 101 group from brightest stars .. Tikhonov N.A., Karachentsev I.D. Maffei 2, a nearby galaxy shielded by the Milky Way.. ... Zhuravkov A.V. , Bartolini C., Guarnieri A., Piccioni A., Zampieri G. Optical behaviour of GRO J0422+32 in different brightness levels ............................................................................. telescope .. ... Cas OB5 .. ... Instrumental facilities of the 6 m telescope .. ...
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12. Mars pictures from Stellafane by Paul Valleli
Images and text 2003 Paul Valleli . While up at Stellafane for pre-convention preparations, I spent some early morning times, experimenting with different videography setups on the 13" F/10 Schupmann at the McGregor Observatory. ... Mars was too bright and would have required neutral density filters. ... Next time, I will try 12mm and 9mm projections. ... I aquired about ten thousand frames by 3AM, at which time a breeze picked up and the seeing went to Hellas! ... 2003 Paul Valleli . ...
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13. Why can I only see six of the ``Seven Sisters''?
Two major reasons: the number of stars isn't really seven (it's many more), and they all have different brightnesses, so that you see more or fewer of them depending on viewing conditions. The brightness of stars is measured on the magnitude scale, where the most prominent stars in the sky are around 1st magnitude, and the faintest you can see with your eye are about 6th. ... I think this makes it quite likely that the list will be truncated at Taygeta, giving six visible stars. ...
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14. Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy: Misconceptions
... Bad Astronomy . ... Bad Astronomy: The North Star, Polaris, is a very bright star. Good Astronomy: Polaris is a middling-bright star, easily missed. ... He said it was close to Polaris, the North Star, but he also said it was in the East. ... It's natural, I suppose, to think that such an important star should be bright, but really, that's a conceit, like thinking that the Earth is at the center of the Universe. If more people knew just why Polaris is the North Star, this Bad Idea would stop. ...
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15. Bright Supernova Bright Supernova
. Please standby and you will be automatically connected to the new location of the unframed Supernova page. Or, click on the link above. If you have questions or problems, please email me at David Bishop . Last modified: Mon Aug 27 12:40:15 EDT 2001
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16. redkoste
... The ancient chronical said about the colour rings around the Sun and the Moon, about three suns in the sky, light columns, bright lightning, different "comets" rushing to the Earth, moving among the stars or round the Earth with the sky. All these occurrences may be divided into three categories: one that occur in the near or far space, processes going on in the Earth atmosphere under the influence of cosmic factors and at last the occurrences connected with the Earth atmosphere. ... Rainbow . ...
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17. ASP: Star Science in the Autumn Sky
Once students get the hang of it, they can find and measure the brightness of Delta Cephei in a few minutes. ... of Delta Cephei . ... Oct. ... The following table lists the measurements of Delta Cephei made by one amateur astronomer in autumn 1990. ... 4.0 . ... This activity is a simplified version of one that appeared in Hands-On Astrophysics, a series of activities prepared by the American Association of Variable Star Observers with support from the National Science Foundation. << previous page | ...
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... Now, think about a much bigger move: What do you think it would be like if the Earth moved to a different part of our Galaxy? Our Galaxy, the Milky Way, is shaped like a whirlpool: It has bands of stars that spiral around the centre, which astronomers call the Galaxy s arms . ... We live in the outer parts of the Milky Way, in one of its spiral arms. ... The small centre of the Milky Way is a much more crowded place, as this is where most of its stars are found. ...
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19. Science - Page 2
... Dept. for Astrometry & Space Geodynamics . ... Dept. for Physics of Stars&Galaxies . ... Dept. for Physics of Planetary Systems . ... Science . ... All Pages . ... Research of the stars with planets which pass apparent star disk (transiting exoplanets). The transit method based on a detection star brightness decrease during a passing of planet in front of its disk. Observed brightness system decries when planet pass star disk and its volume depend of the relative sizes star and planet. ...
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20. Amazing multi-spectral view of Andromeda Galaxy | Astronotes
Astronotes Armagh Planetarium's Stellar Blog! ... Our Galaxy . ... Stars . ... Other Galaxies . ... Light of other eyes, other times: The X-rays and IR radiation making up the image have been travelling for a long time. ... The inspiration here came from a new ESA image of M31, the Andromeda Galaxy, composed from two very different images. ... Our nearest galactic neighbour, the Andromeda Galaxy?s brightness is caused by the hundreds of billions of stars that are contained within. ...
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