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[VIDEO] The Sun in 60 Days

Images from NASA SDO/AIA 193 Compiled by Aryan Navabi...

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Solar Eclipses: How They Work & Next One Coming

Solar Eclipses: How They Work & Next One Coming | Gabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives | Scoop.it
Total solar eclipses are one of Nature’s grandest events. What is a total solar eclipse? How do they work? And when is the next one? We explain.

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Oldest astronomical instrument discovered in China

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Chinese scientists have proposed that an object collected 35 years ago from a tomb of the Western Han Dynasty in Fuyang city and called “lacquerware of unknown names” could be a gnomon with template.


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We're Not Alone: Astronomers Estimate There Are 10 Billion Planets Like Earth | Think Tank | Big Think

We're Not Alone: Astronomers Estimate There Are 10 Billion Planets Like Earth | Think Tank | Big Think | Gabriel Catalano human being | #INperfeccion® a way to find new insight & perspectives | Scoop.it

Astronomers using the European Southern Observatory’s HARPS telescope have studied over 100 nearby red dwarf stars over the last six years. 40 percent of these common stars were observed to wobble, a reaction caused by the gravitational pull of an orbiting planet. Based on this small sample, the astronomers crunched the numbers, and extrapolated the results to cover our entire Galaxy. In other words, instead of guessing, we can calculate that there are 10 billion potentially habitable planets in our Galaxy.


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