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🌎🌔💫💥☄️🌌🔭☪️💮⚛️🛐☯️🔅Da grande appassionata dell’universo non potevo non citare Questo libro, l’ho trovato molto interessante 💙 leggendolo ho riscontrato che sono molti gli animali che nei loro spostamenti hanno la capacità di orientarsi con le stelle ✨ e questo vale anche per l’uomo. L’ #homosapiens mi ha affascinata molto in questo libro, inoltre si può trovare lo studio secondo gli #egizi e i #mesopotamici sull’universo. Spiega poi come gli ebrei si appassionavano ai problemi dell’origine dell’universo e della creazione dell’uomo. In questo libro si può trovare dal teorema di Pitagora ai grandi filosofi greci al sistema Tolemaico agli antichi cinesi e l’equilibrio dell’universo, la visione cosmica degli Indù, i Maya “grandi osservatori e calcolatori” e gli Arabi nel medioevo “molto importanti”. #gliantichiastronomi #cosmo #astronomia #universo #leggere
Este jueves 19 comienza el aula de adultos de Astronomía y Astronáutica en la Laboral Ciudad de la Cultura con el Taller de Modelismo Espacial. En tres jornadas veremos: -Breve introducción a la Astronomía -Hitos de la era espacial. -Fundamentos del modelismo espacial. -Normativas y protocolos de seguridad. -Diseños de prototipos de cohetes. -Construcción de un modelo de cohete. -Sistemas de ignición y motores propulsores. -Lanzamiento de modelos construidos. ¿Te lo vas a perder? Información e inscripciones en www.laboralciudaddelacultura.com #splashdownfestival #festivaldelcosmosenasturias #laboralciudaddelacultura #talleres #astronomia #astronautica #modelismo #modelismoespacial #cohetes #gijón #asturias #cursos
Dwudziestego września w pobliżu Ziemi przemknął meteoroid 2017 SZ32. Minimalny dystans w momencie przelotu wyniósł 204 tysiące kilometrów. 🚀🚀🚀 Więcej na: http://kosmonauta.net/2017/10/bliski-przelot-2017-sz32-20-09-2017/ . . . #bluedotsolutions #bluedot #niebieskaplaneta #ziemia #kosmos #kosmonauta #satelita #polska #esa #nasa #polskaagencjakosmiczna #astronautyka #przestrzenkosmiczna #badania #research #astrofizyka #astronomia #egzoplanety #slonce #słońce #księżyc #ksiezyc #statekkosmiczny #igersgdansk #wgdyni #sonda #orbita #spacex #nasa
Iridium flare avvenuto il 16 ottobre nei pressi della costellazione dell'orsa minore. Il satellite in questione è l'iridium 50 che ha brillato con una magnitudine minima di - 7,8. 30 secondi di esposizione con Canon 100D, focale di 35 mm, sensibilità di 400 ISO e obiettivo aperto a f/5. #astronomia #iridium #stelle #astronomy #stars
Thank you for 9,000 followers!🚀 - The Eagle Nebula and the Swan Nebula span this broad starscape, a telescopic view toward the Sagittarius spiral arm and the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The Eagle, also known as M16, is at top and M17, the Swan, at bottom of the frame showing the cosmic clouds as brighter regions of active star-formation. They lie along the spiral arm suffused with reddish emission charactistic of atomic hydrogen gas, and dusty dark nebulae. M17, also called the Omega Nebula, is about 5500 light-years away, while M16 is some 6500 light-years distant. The center of both nebulae are locations of well-known close-up images of star formation from the Hubble Space Telescope. In this mosaic image that extends about 3 degrees across the sky, narrowband, high-resultion image data has been used to enhance the central regions of the Eagle and Swan. The extended wings of the Eagle Nebula spread almost 120 light-years. The Swan is over 30 light-years across. Credit NASA # plz double tab if you love it . . via @astronomyuniverse . . .
El #Hemisfèric se convierte en una gran nave espacial donde los alumnos disfrutan de un planetario en directo ¡Buen viaje! | L'Hemisfèric es convertix en una gran nau espacial on els alumnes disfruten d'un planetari en directe ¡Bon viatge!
Lying 5,000 light-years away, the Jellyfish Nebula is a galactic supernova remnant, a star that could have exploded as many as 30,000 years ago. _ Credit: Emil Ivanov _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ #nebula #jillyfish #astronomy #stars #astrophotography #nightsky #astronaut #themoon #Vancouver #universe #universetoday #science #nasa #astronomia #Abbotsford #cosmos #iss #longexposure #astronomi #space #nightphotography #nightsky #astrophotography #darksky #sky_captures #skyscape #milkyway #astrophoto #ig_astrophotography #nightscape
There was big news in astrophysics this week: An experiment detected ripples in space-time, known as gravitational waves, created by two black holes colliding in space 1.4 billion light-years from Earth.  The first significant thing about LIGO's direct detection of gravitational waves is that it happened at all.  The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory, better known as LIGO, was the first experiment ever to directly detect these ripples in space-time, so it's the first direct physical evidence that they actually exist. Its first detection came in September 2015, 100 years after Einstein first predicted their existence. It's also been 40 years since people started working on the early incantations of the technology that LIGO uses to detect gravitational waves.  So these ripples in space-time confirm Einstein's theory (although it had already been shown to be fairly airtight). Gravitational waves are an extreme illustration of general relativity; in the past, those extreme examples existed only on paper, in the theoretical world. Data can always help scientists learn more about the universe, and if Einstein's theory needs to be adjusted (to make it compatible with quantum mechanics, for example), it's possible LIGO could find where. Source : space.com #astronomy #astrophysics #beyondearth #thenightsky #stargazer #spacetime #stars #stargazing #telescope #interstellar #deepsky #deepspace #hubble #cosmos #universe #gravitationallensing #outerspace #gravity #science #planets #solarsystem #observatory #infinity #spaceX #nature #astronomia #beautiful #physics
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