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Cosmos In Brief - Aktualní novinky vesmírného výzkumu v kostce
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VIRGO --- 21:03:42 24.2.2015
VIRGO --- 20:12:09 24.2.2015
VIRGO --- 20:08:00 24.2.2015
Meet another member of our team - Ray Lundquist, systems manager for our instrument module:
The James Webb Space Telescope

VIRGO --- 18:45:48 24.2.2015
Ještě jedno zajímavé dnes publikované video asteroidu 2004 BL86
Autoři: Mark Elphick a IfA's J. D. Armstrong
Lokace: Chille
Teleskop: Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope (LCOGT) Network telescope


"Asteroid 2004 BL86
Here is a brief video obtained by Mark Elphick and IfA's J. D. Armstrong using the Las Cumbres Observatory
Global Telescope (LCOGT) Network telescope in Chile before this asteroid reached its closest approach
to Earth on January 26, when it passed our planet at a distance of about three times that of the Moon."
VIRGO --- 17:55:12 24.2.2015
Black Hole Candidate Discovered - The Center for Planetary Science
Black Holes emit jets of radio emissions detectible through radio telescopes. Below are two images. The first is an artist impression
of what a black hole would look like. The second set of images were collected by the WISE Infrared Telescope and radio data from the Very
Large Array in New Mexico. By combining the data from both image sets, a black hole candidate has been identified for galaxy J134831.4+094528.
The candidate black hole was discovered by Prof. Antonio Paris, Chief Scientist at the Center for Planetary Science.