Scuola, insegnanti, docenti, dirigenti scolastici, personale ATA
IndiceIndice  CercaCerca  RegistratiRegistrati  AccediAccedi  

astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto Contatti
Ultimi argomenti
Link sponsorizzati


 astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto

Andare in basso 

Messaggi : 4546
Data d'iscrizione : 16.01.16
Età : 60
Località : Venezia

astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto Empty
MessaggioTitolo: astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto   astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto EmptyGio Ago 15, 2019 8:44 pm

apod pubblica ogni giorno una foto astronomica
la maggior parte sono da studiosi di astronomia
questa e' la mia proposta di riassunto del 1996
delle piu' comprensibili e interessanti

per ogni link c'e' una riga di parole chiave dal testo presente

98 foto inserite 98/365 = 27/100

coefficiente di riassunto 73/100 anche in cinese

iniziato January 01 1996

The X-Ray Sky

white dwarfs neutron stars black holes flare stars pulsars supernova galaxies

Mercury Astronauts and a Redstone

John H. Glenn Virgil I. Grissom and Alan B. Shepard Jr Apollo program

Local Group Galaxy NGC 205

Milky Way elliptical galaxies dust clouds at 7 and 11 o'clock star formation Messier

Lasers in Eta Carinae

LASER light show ultraviolet light Hubble Space Telescope Infrared LASERS microwave MASERS

Mare Orientale

3 billion years impact asteroid Lunar Orbiter mare early astronomers

Lunokhod 1: Moon Robot

Soviet Luna 17 spacecraft first roving remote-controlled robot landing module

NGC 7027: A Dying Star's Nebula

Hubble Space Telescope Sun-like star nearing the end of its lifetime middle-aged Sun

The Dusty Disk of Beta Pic

young Sun-like star formative stages Hubble Space Telescope

The Deep Field

most distant optical view of the Universe Galaxies Big Bang Hubble Space Telescope

Orbiting Repairmen

Space Shuttle robotic arm Hubble Space Telescope HST

A MACHO View of Galactic Dark Matter

much more mass gravitational lensing Large Magellanic Clouds (LMC) modeling

COBE Dipole: Speeding Through the Universe

Earth Sun Milky Way Galaxy Local Group Virgo Cluster microwave 600 kilometers per second

If You Could Stand on Mars

Viking 1 robot Martian afternoon iron rocks craters canyons volcanoes No life

The First Explorer

Explorer 1 satellite Jupiter-C rocket Redstone missile micrometeorite Van Allen Belt

Sputnik: The Traveling Companion

traveling companion Soviets NASA "beeping" signal a dog into orbit aboard Sputnik 2

NEAR to an Asteroid

Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous Galileo spacecraft Do asteroids ever strike the Earth?

Edwin Hubble Discovers the Universe

Hubble's work defined our place in the cosmos telescope Hubble's constant

Periodic Comet Swift-Tuttle

periodic comets ice Oort cloud Pluto impressive looking tails Perseids meteor shower

Apollo 15: Driving on the Moon

first Lunar Roving Vehicle module "Falcon" mountains Apennine Front Crater


meteors meteoroids meteorites to strike the Earth's surface

Julius Caesar and Leap Days

Sosigenes calender system 1 year = about 365.24219 days Gregorian calender system

Von Braun's Wheel

navigational aid meteorological station way station for space Apollo Program

A Black Hole in M87's Center?

violent place Hubble Space Telescope elliptical galaxy black hole energetic jet

Mir is 10

Russian Space Station docking module Shuttle-Mir flights International Space Station

Here Comes Comet Hyakutake

reaction of ancient peoples bright comet coma and tail There is no chance will hit the Earth

Saturn with Moons Tethys and Dione

Voyager 1 spacecraft ring system chunks of ice Cassini Division spacecraft Cassini

A Lucky Lunar Eclipse

Comet Hyakutake's tail total lunar eclipse totality and lasts about an hour and a half

Comet Hyakutake and a Tree

orbit around the Sun tail Discoverer Yuji Hyakutake is an amateur astronomer in Japan

Man Enters Space

Yuri Alexseyevich Gagarin Vostok 1 spacecraft Soviet technological superiority

NASA Mission to MAP the Universe

galaxies Microwave Anisotropy Probe microwave background radiation models of universe

A Supernova in the Whirlpool

spiral galaxy Whirlpool Hubble Space Telescope violent death explosions of stars

Comet Hyakutake and a Cactus

Polaris the north star Mercury about 15,000 years

Southern Lights and Shuttle Glow

Aurora Australis Space Shuttle charged particles solar wind van Allen Radiation Belts

Supernova Remnant: Cooking Elements In The LMC

nuclear fusion supernova formation stars Hubble Space Telescope Large Magellanic Cloud

Hubble's Constant and The Expanding Universe (I)

Hubble Space Telescope Hubble constant expansion rate Universe spiral galaxy

The Sun Today

bright spots plages sunspots solar minimum solar maximum cycle Sol Sun

Stellar Violence in 30 Doradus

star forming region Local Group of galaxies emission nebula supernova

The COMPTEL Gamma-Ray Sky

onboard Compton Gamma Ray Observatory Milky Way Galaxy pulsar black hole

The Pulsar Powered Crab

Chinese astronomers explosion neutron star radio visible x gamma ray speed of light

6 Up 5 Down

launch fish-eye view Shuttle Mir Space Station International Space Station

Impact! 65 Million Years Ago

What killed the dinosaurs? asteroid or comet 6 to 12 miles wide 100 million years

Blasting Off From the Moon

get back from the Moon Lunar Module Command Module robot TV camera Apollo 16

Doomed Star Eta Carinae

Eta Carinae may be about to explode supernova Nebula natural LASER light ultraviolet

Floating Free in Space

free in space without any connection to a spaceship Space Shuttle maneuvering unit

Walking in Space

floating outside the Gemini capsule thick tether Hand-Held Self-Maneuvering Unit

APOD is One Year Old Today

creating the APOD ultimate value of the World Wide Web Encyclopedia of Humanity

The United States at Night

Defense Meteorological Satellite Program weather city light levels forest fires

Apollo Sunrise

Sun emerging from behind the Earth Summer Solstice greatest northern declination

A Very Large Array of Radio Telescopes

antenna dish railroad tracks galaxies comets quasars interplanetary spacecraft

A Star Forming Region in the LMC

LMC galaxy strong wind which pushes away nearby gas supernova

Happy Birthday Charles Messier: M1

comets solar eclipse fixed positions in the sky nebulae star clusters galaxies

A Distant Galaxy in the Deep Field

Big Bang Hubble Space Telescope most distant oldest wavelengths quasars

The Voyagers' Message in a Bottle

Deep Space Network recorded sounds and images Carl Sagan revolutions per second

Greetings from the Pioneers

asteroid belt Jupiter Saturn symbolic drawings pulsars galaxy Carl Sagan

Worlds of a Distant Sun: 47 Ursae Majoris b

solar-type stars planets Jupiter dwarf star discovery of a planet Jupiters ring Saturn

Isaac Newton Explains the Solar System

revolutionary understanding mathematics gravitation optics

Huck Finn's New Sky View

Mark Twain's The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Galaxy Milky Way

Tonight: A Blue Moon

Blue Moon refers to the second Full Moon in a single month Jupiter

Galileo, Cassini, and the Great Red Spot

hurricane Jupiter Galileo spacecraft counter clockwise direction

Early Microscopic Life on Mars?

chemical evidence for past life microscopic fossil remains meteorite asteroid impact

The Perseid Meteor Shower

August periodic comet Swift-Tuttle trails constellation of Perseus radiant point

A Meteorite From Mars

fossils of ancient Martian life Danger from falling meteorites is rare Antarctica

A Milestone Quasar
galaxies Milky Way Galaxy black holes Hubble Space Telescope

Welcome to Planet Earth

the third planet from a star named the Sun water atmosphere potentially intelligent species

Galileo Demonstrates the Telescope

telescope Jupiter Sun spots Venus Aristarchus and Copernicus

Kepler Discovers How Planets Move

simple mathematics Tycho Brahe First Law Second Law Third Law telescope Galileo

VLT: A New Largest Optical Telescope

Very Large Telescope European Southern Observatory resolution Galaxy

Two Billion Years After the Big Bang
computer model simulation stars and gas collide to form galaxies Hubble Space Telescope

The High Energy Crab Nebula

star explodes from visible light to the X-ray ultraviolet pulsar neutron star supernova

Aristarchus' Unbelievable Discoveries

Greek island of Samos Copernicus Galileo stars like our Sun deductive reasoning

Tycho Brahe Measures the Sky

first major astronomical observatory precise measurements Johannes Kepler supernova Comet

The Sun Erupts

Skylab The Sun will likely survive for another 5 billion corona magnetic field neutrinos

Hurricane Fran's Approach

Tropical cyclones Hurricanes Typhoons 150 miles per hour exact path

The Equal Night

Autumnal Equinox Equinox means equal night celestial equator Shuttle radar equipment

A Soyuz at Mir

Russian Soyuz capsule solar panels Mir space station US Apollo command module Space Shuttle

Exploring The Universe With IUE 1978-1996

galaxies International Ultraviolet Explorer quasars galaxies nebulae novae supernovae

Orion's Horsehead Nebula

this cosmic cloud has assumed a recognizable shape by chance hydrogen atoms

A Crescent Earth At Midnight

Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite Summer Solstice 24 hours of daylight

The Earth Also Rises

Lunar Orbiter 1 spacecraft  Apollo moon landings our world from deep space

Proplyds: Infant Solar Systems?

Hubble Space Telescope Orion Nebulae infant solar systems in the process of formation

Surveyor Slides

Moon's Mare Tranquillitatis, the Surveyor 5 suitable for manned landings

The Large Cloud of Magellan (LMC)

Magellan and his crew southern sky galaxies Milky Way spiral galaxy gravitational lensing

The Barren Moon

Apollo 17 Eratosthenes and Copernicus craters lunar life hoaxes telescopic observations

Surveyor Night Launch

Atlas Centaur rocket Cape Canaveral robotic probes lunar soft landings Apollo program

Columbia Launches

Rocket engines Space Shuttle Florida's Kennedy Space Center Apollo 11

Fractal Interstellar Dust Up-Close

blocking out light emitted dust absorbs emits and reflects light fractal adhesion model

Apollo 12 Visits Surveyor 3

to land humans on the Moon Lunar Module rocks solar wind

Star Trails in Northern Skies

Earth spins on its axis concentric arcs North Celestial Pole star Polaris North Star

Orion's Star Colors

temperature kelvins (K) degrees star trail step-focus saturated colors in photographs

The Milky Way Through the Summer Triangle

Galaxy Deneb, Vega, and Altair collect light in eyes usual 1/10th of a second

Disorder in Stephan's Quintet

Kitt Peak National Observatory telescope collisions life cycles of galaxies

Our Solar System from Voyager

Venus Earth Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune Voyager 2 Pioneer 10 Pioneer 11

Microlensing of the Einstein Cross

single object is seen four times gravitational effect of the galaxy gravitational lenses

Nebula Nova Cygni Turns On

nebula white dwarf star in Cygnus nova explosion excited the existing hydrogen

Mariner's Mercury

difficult target Mariner 10 resolution photographs impact cratering

A Sky Full Of Hydrogen

clouds of gas radio waves wavelength radio telescopes Milky Way Galaxy

Sun and Winter Solstice 1996

first day of Northern Winter (but Southern Summer!) SOHO spacecraft ultraviolet plasma

Carl Sagan 1934-1996

Venus Saturn's moon Titan search for extra-terrestrial life radio telescopes aliens

HET: The New Largest Optical Telescope

Hobby-Eberly Telescope Hubble Space Telescope spectrum unusual design to track

completato December 31 1996
Torna in alto Andare in basso
astronomia (in inglese) apod 1996 riassunto
Torna in alto 
Pagina 1 di 1

Permessi di questa sezione del forum:Non puoi rispondere agli argomenti in questo forum
OrizzonteScuola :: Riforme-
Vai verso: