1. BAHCALL Street, NYC, The Future!

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    from Javier Diez Added 259 0 0

    Homage to John N. Bahcall (1934-2005), American Astrophysicist that stablished the Standard Solar Model and spent most of his life researching the Solar Neutrino Problem. One of the original developers…

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    • Talking to Mac Slocum about the Machine Learning

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      from Alasdair Allan Added 11 0 0

      Talking to Mac Slocum about the Machine Learning at the 2011 Strata Conference in Santa Clara.

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      • Backyard Time Lapse of Night Sky

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        from David Wing Added 14 0 0

        Time lapse showing me working at my telescope in my backyard in Nov 2013. The video is constructed from JPG images taken with a 15 mm fish-eye lens on a Canon 5D on a tripod close to the ground looking…

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        • Plateau observatory engine module servicing

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          from www.showscience.com Added 20 0 0

          At one of the highest sites on the Antarctic plateau, about 900km from the South Pole, and near to the coldest place on earth, there is a terahertz telescope autonomously surveying our galaxy. The…

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          • Plateau observatory instrument module servicing

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            from www.showscience.com Added 21 0 0

            At one of the highest sites on the Antarctic plateau, about 900km from the South Pole, and near to the coldest place on earth, there is a terahertz telescope autonomously surveying our galaxy. The…

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            • The Sun, our Nearest Star - Professor Carolin Crawford

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              from Gresham College Added 62 0 0

              Without our Sun, there would be no heat, no light and no life on Earth. An eleven-year cycle of magnetic activity modulates its appearance, and the occurrence of eruptive events such as flares and…

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              • An Update on the Universe - Professor Ian Morison

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                from Gresham College Added 80 0 0

                What has happened in the Universe since 2011? Professor Ian Morison updates us on new findings about the early universe made since his time as Gresham Professor of Astronomy: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/a-journey-through-the-universe-gresham-lectures-on-astronomy The…

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                • Imaging a rock from 800,000 miles away with a standard wide angle camera

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                  from Christopher Bowden Added

                  On the night of the 26th and morning of the 27th Jan an asteroid 1,100 feet across known as 2004 BL86 came within three lunar distances from Earth, so I set a challenge to see if it would be possible…

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                  • 21: Astronomy w/Doug Isbell

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                    from Pat Quinn Added 6 0 0

                    Show # 21 (recorded on Friday, March 27, 2009) - Pat Chats About . . . Astronomy with Doug Isbell, the U.S. National Single-Point-of-Contact for the International Year of Astronomy 2009. Doug showed…

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                    • The Kensington Astronomical Observatory Visitors Book

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                      from The Raab Collection Added

                      With Great Scientists and Notable Personalities, from Britain, Asia, Europe and the United States - The World of Science and Astronomy in the Early Victorian Period. Acquired by us from an educational…

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