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Cosmos In Brief - Aktualní novinky vesmírného výzkumu v kostce
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VIRGO --- 20:09:45 31.10.2014
VIRGO --- 16:28:38 31.10.2014
Happy Halloween from CERN's accelerator tunnels, 100 m below ground! :D
Happy Halloween
VIRGO --- 15:26:49 31.10.2014
This near-infrared, color mosaic from NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the sun glinting off of Titan's north polar seas. While Cassini has captured,
separately, views of the polar seas (see PIA17470) and the sun glinting off of them (see PIA12481 and PIA18433) in the past, this is the first time
both have been seen together in the same view. The sunglint, also called a specular reflection, is the bright area near the 11 o'clock position at
upper left. This mirror-like reflection, known as the specular point, is in the south of Titan's largest sea, Kraken Mare, just north of an island
archipelago separating two separate parts of the sea.

VIRGO --- 15:11:57 31.10.2014
VIRGO --- 15:10:36 31.10.2014
VIRGO: Observator Remanzacco potvrdila SN!
Remanzacco Observatory - Comets & Neo: Possible Supernova in M61 (NGC 4303)
VIRGO --- 14:46:52 31.10.2014
Najväčší ďalekohľad na Slovensku je v observatóriu na Skalnatom plese
Náklady na inštaláciu i zakúpenie ďalekohľadu sa vyšplhali na cca 2,3 milióna eur.
Okrem sledovania tzv. neo objektov bude slúžiť aj na iné sledovania nebeských objektov.
Najväčší ďalekohľad na Slovensku je v observatóriu na Skalnatom plese - Veda a výskum - TERAZ.sk


VIRGO --- 0:43:56 31.10.2014
HubbleSite - NewsCenter - Hubble Sees 'Ghost Light' From Dead Galaxies (10/30/2014) - The Full Story
The universe is an infinite sea of galaxies, which are majestic star-cities. When galaxies group together in massive clusters,
some of them can be ripped apart by the gravitational tug of other galaxies. It's a giant cosmic mosh pit. Astronomers using
the Hubble Space Telescope to probe the massive galaxy cluster Abell 2744 — nicknamed Pandora's Cluster — have found forensic
evidence of galaxies torn apart long ago. It's in the form of a phantom-like faint glow filling the space between the galaxies.
This glow comes from stars scattered into intergalactic space as a result of a galaxy's disintegration.