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Cosmos In Brief - Aktualní novinky vesmírného výzkumu v kostce
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VIRGO --- 1:10:41 24.3.2017
Hmm, tak zatím nic.. :) Na ukrácení čekání:
Lawrence Krauss Explains Everything
VIRGO --- 0:55:29 24.3.2017
Za 5 minut!
Cassini to Saturn: The Journey and the Legacy | National Air and Space Museum
VIRGO --- 0:46:06 24.3.2017
This view looks toward the sunlit side of the rings from about 38 degrees above the ring plane.
The image was taken in visible light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera on Jan. 9, 2017.

The view was obtained at a distance of approximately 70,000 miles (113,000 kilometers) from Saturn and
at a Sun-Saturn-spacecraft, or phase, angle of 11 degrees. Image scale is 2,300 feet (690 meters) per pixel.

Cassini: Mission to Saturn: A Resolution

VIRGO --- 0:43:01 24.3.2017
This week, the OSIRIS-REx team completed the 6-month checkout and calibrations of the spacecraft's five science instrument.

VIRGO --- 0:41:39 24.3.2017
HubbleSite: News - Gravitational Wave Kicks Monster Black Hole Out Of Galactic Core

Runaway black hole is the most massive ever detected far from its central home

Normally, hefty black holes anchor the centers of galaxies. So researchers were surprised to discover a supermassive black hole
speeding through the galactic suburbs. Black holes cannot be observed directly, but they are the energy source at the heart of
quasars — intense, compact gushers of radiation that can outshine an entire galaxy. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope made
the discovery by finding a bright quasar located far from the center of the host galaxy.

Researchers estimate that it took the equivalent energy of 100 million supernovas exploding simultaneously to jettison the black
hole. What could pry this giant monster from its central home? The most plausible explanation for this propulsive energy is that
the monster object was given a kick by gravitational waves unleashed by the merger of two black holes as a result of a collision
between two galaxies. First predicted by Albert Einstein, gravitational waves are ripples in the fabric of space that are created
when two massive objects collide.

VIRGO --- 23:13:37 23.3.2017
VIRGO --- 23:04:12 23.3.2017
Jéé, táta Šesták! :) Dnešní noc bude víc nabouchaná než klasický pátek (díky Karolíně Pórkové)...
VIRGO --- 22:51:39 23.3.2017
Toník Darnellů, čerstvý a svěží! Ještě pravidelné rande v SETI inštitůtu, a čtvrteční večer je komplet.. )
Water on the Exoplanet 51 Pegasi b!
VIRGO --- 22:06:45 23.3.2017