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Now researchers will pore over the 25,000 hours of footage captured by the Herschel Space Observatory. "Herschel is a winning mission for Canadian science," Gilles Leclerc, acting president of the Canadian Space Agency, said in a press release
This summer Royal Museums Greenwich brings together over one hundred beautiful and awe-inspiring images of space for a major new exhibition looking at the development of telescopy, photography, and our understanding of our place in the cosmos.
All astronomical images now are very processed to sharpen up, remove colour casts and interference and accentuate colours. Images are now created taking digital movies, and thousands of images are stacked together to help remove atmospheric shimmer
Once completed, the telescope will be larger than six NHL hockey rinks and will listen for cosmic sound waves to help scientists understand why the universe has been expanding so rapidly in recent years. It's a way to inexpensively survey large
Special to The Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jan. 10 2013, 8:00 PM EST Last updated Thursday, Jan. 10 2013, 8:00 PM EST Sir Patrick Alfred Caldwell-Moore (Patrick Moore for most purposes), self-taught astronomer, prolific author, record-setting
Although Roy has made some interesting discoveries from his armchair and dosen't own a telescope, he's missing out on not looking at the night sky on useing such a device...One is tempted to ask what you do all day, that gives you time to indulge in
Venus, and solar and lunar eclipses begins at Teen Murti House premises here from December 8...Organised by the Nehru Planetarium in association with Amateur Astronomers' Association, Delhi, a major highlight of the event will be photographs of
Seth Andersen Greenfire Photography Colorado fun For more ideas and inspiration or to order a free copy of the 2012 Official State Visitors Guide, visit www.colorado.com. With fall in full swing in Colorado and leaf-peeping season nearing its end,
The discovery itself is remarkable but all the more so because it was made by amateurs. David Greene talks with Arfon Smith from the Adler Planetarium in Chicago about the discovery and the growing contributions that so-called "armchair" astronomers
tool goes here Several dozen people waited in line outside the Downing Planetarium at Fresno State for a chance to spend about 30 seconds with the moon -- via a high-powered telescope. "I could've looked a lot longer," Ellen Clason says. "I loved it."