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15 Things You Didn't Know About Outer Space
If there's intelligent life within 100 light years of our planet, it's likely they've already gotten an earful (or antennae-ful, or whatever analogous organ-ful) of our radio and TV shows, which have been leaking into space since we first started broadcasting them. Scientists have also sent messages, images and even phonograph records into space in order to show E.T. that humanity isn't just about 'The Lone Ranger' and 'I Love Lucy.'
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Visualizing The Size And Scale Of Our World
J'adore l'astronomie et les galaxies. C'est fascinant pour moi d'étudier ce sujet.
ASASSN-15lh - Recherche Google. Called ASASSN-15lh, after the All Sky Automated Survey for SuperNovae (ASAS-SN) telescopic survey that discovered it, the outburst belongs to a class of rare “superluminous supernovae,” which can shine hundreds of times brighter than stellar explosions normally do. But ASASSN-15lh is about three times brighter than the previous brightest record-holder—so luminous that it approaches the limits of what theorists believe is possible for these mighty cosmic…
Ciencia en Preescolar: Manual de experimentos para el profesor
How will the universe change in a thousand, million, billion, and trillion years? We’ve compiled a series of science infographics that tell you.