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1. The Galaxy Gallery: Messier Objects
M1 image More About M1 Nice Color Picture . ... M16 image More About M16 HST image . ... M31 image More About M31 Nice Color Picture . ... M42 image ; M43 image More About M42/43 Nice Color CCD Picture . M51 image More About M51 Color Image of M51 M51 Supernova . M57 image More About M57 Nice Color CCD Picture Very Deep M57 Image . ... M81 image More About M81 M81 Supernova Ultraviolet Image of M81 More about Ultraviolet Imaging . M82 image More About M82 M82 False Color M82 True Color . ...
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2. Impact Hazard
... Armagh Observatory, College Hill, Armagh BT61 9DG, +44 (0)28 3752 2928 . ... Risks Comparable to NEOs . ... The Increasing Rate of Discovery of Asteroids . ... Comet and Asteroid Collision Probabilities . ... Extreme albedo comets and the impact hazard (PDF Format) . ... Asteroid Impact Animations . ... Workshop on Scientific Requirements for Mitigation of Hazardous Comets and Asteroids - 2002 . ... The Spaceguard Survey Report, 1992 (PDF) . Tsunami from Asteroid/Comet Impacts . ...
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3. Your First Telescope - an Astronomy Net Article
Your First Telescope . Articles | ... Modern amateur telescopes can be divided into three classes: . 1) The refractor is what most people think of when they hear the word "telescope". ... Refractor disadvantages: Some secondary color ("chromatic aberration") still visible in all but the best units, large aperture instruments can be massive, most expensive of the three designs (often by a large margin), "Guilt By Association" with horrible department store refractors. ... . ...
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4. Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer Instrument Handbook for
... Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer Instrument Handbook for Cycle 17 > Chapter 4: Imaging > 4.3 Focus History . ... The Pupil Alignment Mechanism (PAM) consists of an adjustable mirror in the NICMOS optical train that can be moved to make small corrections to the NICMOS focus and serves to properly position the pupil image of the telescope primary mirror onto the corrective optic. ... The NICMOS cameras were designed to share a common focus with the PAM close to its zero position. ...
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5. A Search for Bright Kuiper Belt Objects
... Search . ATNF Home . About ATNF . ... About ATNF overview . ... Australia Telescope Steering Committee . ... Parkes radio telescope . ... Parkes | ... A Search for Bright Kuiper Belt Objects . ... Since 1992, 60 large Kuiper belt objects have been detected by ground-based telescopes. ... The detection of brighter objects would improve our ability to determine the Kuiper belt objects' surface composition and provide constraints on the population statistics of different formation mechanisms. ...
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6. ASP: The New and Improved Hubble Space Telescope
... We can help students grasp the significance of Hubble's extremely keen eye, and learn a bit about angles and math in the process, with the following in-class activity. ... Looking through binoculars or telescopes allows us to magnify a small section of the sky. To measure sizes or distances in that small section, astronomers divide a degree into 60 smaller pieces called arcminutes, and further subdivide minutes into 60 smaller sections called arcseconds. ... 30 feet = . ... 36 seconds . ...
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7. Siding Spring Survey
T he Siding Spring Survey (SSS) is a Near-Earth Object search program that utilises the 0.5-m Uppsala Schmidt Telescope at Siding Spring Observatory, N.S.W., Australia. ... The mission of the Siding Spring Survey is to contribute to the inventory of near-earth objects (NEOs), or more specifically, the potentially hazardous asteroids (PHAs) and comets (PHOs) that may pose a threat of impact and thus harm to civilization. ... Based on the CSS Mission page . ... Siding Spring Survey Main Page . ...
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8. How can the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) take pictures of objects light-years
... 50 Weirdest Objects . ... Get to Know the Night Sky . ... Picture of the Day . ... Observing springtime deep-sky objects with a large telescope . ... How can the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) take pictures of objects light-years away but not get a good picture of Pluto? ... At its distance, it subtends a smaller angle on the sky than does a galaxy at a distance of billions of light-years. Get instant access to subscriber content on! ... Get full access to StarDome PLUS . ...
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9. Astrophysical Research Consortium Small Aperture Telescope
APO has implemented a prototype guide camera for the 0.5-m Telescope. ... Guiding will continue unless a guide star is lost (clouds, high background from moon or twilight, or the telescope is slewed to another field). ... ACP maintains the guiding for the same field and will not re-acquire a guide star unless the field moves (example excessive tracking jumps) or ACP needs to re-center the object. ... The prototype guider is in shared-risk mode. ...
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10. Journal "Peremennye Zvezdy"
Building Galaxies in the Early Universe . ... A recent analysis of the HUDF focused on the smallest, faintest and most compact galaxies imaged. ... Analysis shows that these small galaxies are indeed themselves frequently merging to form large galaxies. An image of this field with the Spitzer Space Telescope shows a lack of infrared emission that would be expected from old stars, indicating that these small galaxies are very young, possibly only a few million years old. ...
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11. Laboratory of spectroscopy and photometry of extragalactic objects :MOUSER
... MOUSER Over View . The design of a new generation fast spectrograph MOUSER (Multi Object Universal Spectrograph for Extragalactic Research) to be installed at the 6 m telescope is proposed. ... photometric observations in broad and narrow spectral bands with a 6'x6' field of view and an image scale of 0".30/pixel; . ... The spectrograph is to be installed on the field rotator of the 6 m telescope prime focus without a standard field corrector. ... Back to Laboratory Home Page . ...
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12. Detection of unique bright radio flare of X-ray binary
... The Galactic low-mass X-ray binary GS 2023+338 was discovered during the burst on May 22, 1989 with the Japanise satellite Ginga (aka Galaxy). The flux reached 17 crabs (this unit of flux measurement is an bright X-ray source, Crab Nebula) at 10-35 keV. ... No other radio telescope worldwide carried out multi-frequency measurements. ... Upon 14 days the radio flux fell below the detection level at the RATAN-600 in relation to the decrease of the X-ray flux. ...
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13. Pluto - Hubble Space Telescope
Images of Pluto taken by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope with the ESA Faint Object Camera. These images, taken in late June and early July, 1994 are the first views which allow resolution of features on Pluto's surface. ... The large lower images are processed versions made from a number of Hubble observations. ... Central Latitude/Longitude (deg): N/A . ... Instrument: HST ESA Faint Object Camera (FOC) . ... Illumination Incidence Angle (deg): N/A . ... Greenbelt, MD 20771, USA . ...
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14. Seeing the Solar System
You don't need your own Voyager to see the solar system. You can see much of it from your own back yard. ... If you enjoyed The Nine Planets , go outside and take a look at what you just read about. ... Touring the Universe through Binoculars . ... Refer to Sky & Telescope or a similar magazine for up to date positions or check one of the several Web sites that show planetary positions. ... You can see 99.99% of the mass of the solar system with no instruments whatsoever: . ... William Herschel . ...
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15. The Very Large Telescope Project
... ESO is building what will be the World's largest optical telescope array, The Very Large Telescope (VLT). The VLT Project organisation is responsible for the design and construction of the Unit Telescopes, including enclosures, optics, adapter-rotators and coating unit. ... Unit Telescopes Overview - This page is outdated, an update is in process. ... Secondary mirror (M2 Unit) - This page is outdated, an update is in process. ... Coating Unit - This page is outdated, an update is in process. ...
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A satellite view of the COAST telescope . ... How the COAST telescope works . ... Four telescopes are focused on the object of interest and the image from each telescope passes through aluminium tubes into the beam combining building . ... The incoming light is reflected from the siderostat mirror onto the primary mirror, which focuses the light on a small mirror. ... Part of each light beam is used in the guiding system which makes sure the telescopes are kept pointing at the object of interest. ...
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17. Seeing the Solar System
Y ou don't need your own Voyager to see the solar system. ... Refer to Sky Telescope or a similar magazine for up to date positions or check one of the several Web sites that show planetary positions. ... You can see 99.99% of the mass of the solar system with no instruments whatsoever. ... Jupiter . ... Mars . ... For $200 you can get a far better optical instrument than Galileo or Newton had. ... Date . ... William Herschel . ... O f course, the solar system has more than just planets and moons. ...
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18. Meade Instruments Corporation - Choosing the Right Microscope
... Meade Instruments Corporation . ... Choosing the Right Microscope . ... On most microscopes the specimen glass remains fixed while the microscope's objective lens and eyepiece move as a unit up or down to focus the image. ... Eyepieces of varying powers work with objective lenses of varying powers to yield a range of microscope magnifications. ... Magnification: The effective magnification of a microscope is determined by multiplying the eyepiece power by the objective lens power . ... about meade |...
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19. Problems of the 1-st International Astronomy Olympiad
... The First (Experimental) International Astronomy Olympiad . The following olympic problems were proposed for the participants on the theoretical part: Grades 8-10 . ... Why is it sometimes better to use a small telescope in orbit around the Earth than it is to use a large telescope on a mountain top? ... What will an observer looking to the Moon through the telescope see? ... Paper with a drown circle and table of maximal elongations of Mercury and Venus had been done for participants. ...
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20. The Mystery Object of M82 | Astronotes
Astronotes Armagh Planetarium's Stellar Blog! ... Armagh Planetarium . ... Our Galaxy . ... Stars . ... Space Flight . ... This activity is believed to be promoting the unusually high rate of star formation seen in M82. ... Radio image of M82 made with the MERLIN and VLA telescopes. Insets show MERLIN images from April 25th and May 3rd 2009 demonstrating the sudden appearance of the mystery object.€а All images are at a frequency of 5 GHz. ... Mystery object in Starburst Galaxy M82 . ...
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