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Melophobia by Cage the Elephant (2013) 0:00 Spider Head 3:43 Come a Little Closer 7:30 Telescope 11:20 It’s Just forever 14:51 Take it or Leave it 18:18 Halo 21:17 Black Widow 24:24 Hypocrite 28:33 Teeth 34:00 Cigarette Daydreams
Melophobia by Cage the Elephant (2013) 0:00 Spider Head 3:43 Come a Little Closer 7:30 Telescope
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WFIRST - Uncovering the Mysteries of the Universe - HD The Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) is an upcoming space telescope designed to perform wide-field imaging and spectroscopy of the infrared sky. One of WFIRST’s objectives will be looking for clues about dark energy--the mysterious force that is accelerating the expansion of the universe. Another objective of the mission
WFIRST - Uncovering the Mysteries of the Universe - HD The Wide-Field Infrared Survey Telescope (
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The Hubble Space Telescope imaged a water vapor plume emanating from the Moon in Dec. 2012 observations. The artist impression uses actual Jupiter and Europa images and Hubble data with the size of the plume being accurate but the brightness is increased for effect. Credit: NASA, ESA, and M. Kornmesser
The Hubble Space Telescope imaged a water vapor plume emanating from the Moon in Dec. 2012 observati
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In this ESOcast we look at how astronomers have used ESO’s HARPS planet hunter in Chile, along with other telescopes around the world, to discover three planets orbiting stars in the cluster Messier 67. Although more than one thousand planets outside the Solar System are now confirmed, only a handful have been found in star clusters. Remarkably one of these new exoplanets is orbiting a star
In this ESOcast we look at how astronomers have used ESO’s HARPS planet hunter in Chile, along
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The elongated star Algedi is actually two unrelated stars that merge from our viewpoint. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
The elongated star Algedi is actually two unrelated stars that merge from our viewpoint. Credit:
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This new Hubblecast episode looks at starburst dwarf galaxies in a time when most of the stars in the Universe were formed. New NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope observations show that dwarf galaxies played a bigger role than expected in the early history of the Universe. This episode looks at the dwarf galaxies that form stars in sudden bursts, explores just how rampantly they are creating new star
This new Hubblecast episode looks at starburst dwarf galaxies in a time when most of the stars in th
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In late June 2013, an exceptional binary system containing a rapidly spinning neutron star underwent a dramatic change in behavior never before observed. The pulsar’s radio beacon vanished, while at the same time the system brightened fivefold in gamma rays, the most powerful form of light, according to measurements by NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. The system, known as AY Sex
In late June 2013, an exceptional binary system containing a rapidly spinning neutron star underwent
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A telescope reveals the crescent of Venus after sunset and watch for the Geminid meteors. Credit: Hubblesite.org
A telescope reveals the crescent of Venus after sunset and watch for the Geminid meteors. Credit:
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What to look for in the night skies of May 2014, including planets, galaxies and a meteor shower. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
What to look for in the night skies of May 2014, including planets, galaxies and a meteor shower.
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The Leonid meteor shower makes for an exciting month. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
The Leonid meteor shower makes for an exciting month. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute,
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This video of the sun based on data from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, shows the wide range of wavelengths -- invisible to the naked eye -- that the telescope can view. SDO converts the wavelengths into an image humans can see, and the light is colorized into a rainbow of colors. As the colors sweep around the sun in the movie, viewers should note how different the same area of
This video of the sun based on data from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, shows the
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Welcome home! This is our Milky Way galaxy as you’ve never seen it before. Ten years in the making, this is the clearest infrared panorama of our galactic home ever made, courtesy of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Welcome home! This is our Milky Way galaxy as you’ve never seen it before. Ten years in the making
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In April of this year, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope will be celebrating 24 years of observing. To celebrate this milestone, the observatory is releasing a brand new image of part of NGC 2174, otherwise known as the Monkey Head nebula. This new Hubblecast episode showcases this beautiful image, which views a colourful region filled with young stars embedded within bright wisps of cosmic gas
In April of this year, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope will be celebrating 24 years of observing
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My personal top twelve images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: Michael500ca/Hubblesite.org
My personal top twelve images from the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: Michael500ca/Hubblesite.or
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Here is Tonight’s Sky for April 2015. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
Here is Tonight’s Sky for April 2015. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of
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In this second video of NASA’s Hubble Memorable Moments series celebrating Hubble’s 25 years, the team scrambles to work out an unusual solution to a problem encountered during an instrument repair. The Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph, or STIS, was installed on Hubble during Servicing Mission 2 in 1997. The versatile instrument was heavily used until a power supply failure in 2004
In this second video of NASA’s Hubble Memorable Moments series celebrating Hubble’s 25 y
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All we can see around us, from planet Earth to distant galaxies, represents just five per cent of the Universe - the rest is dark energy or dark matter. So what do we know and what do we not know about these elusive components of the cosmos? The simple answer is that we don’t know much about dark matter and even less about dark energy. However, that could change quite soon thanks to gr
All we can see around us, from planet Earth to distant galaxies, represents just five per cent of th
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Citizen scientists scanning images from a NASA observatory have found "yellow balls" in space that may hold important clues to the mysteries of starbirth. Spitzer Space Telescope: http://www.spitzer.caltech.edu/ Credit: NASA
Citizen scientists scanning images from a NASA observatory have found "yellow balls" in sp
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Here is Tonight’s Sky for May 2015. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Public Outreach
Here is Tonight’s Sky for May 2015. Credit: Space Telescope Science Institute, Office of Pu
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NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland and Goddard Center Director Chris Scolese congratulated the Goddard team recently for progress in development of the James Webb Space Telescope. The telescope’s flight instruments and primary mirrors are being integrated at Goddard. JWST is the agency’s flagship science project and the most powerful space telescope
NASA Administrator Charlie Bolden, Senator Barbara Mikulski of Maryland and Goddard Center Director
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This video shows the first ever map of the weather on the surface of the nearest brown dwarf to Earth. An international team has used ESO’s Very Large Telescope to create a chart of the dark and light features on WISE J104915.57-531906.1B, which is informally known as Luhman 16B and is one of two recently discovered brown dwarfs forming a pair only six light-years from the Sun. This video
This video shows the first ever map of the weather on the surface of the nearest brown dwarf to Eart
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Astronomy changed on April 24th, 1990, with the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope. Perched high above the Earth’s atmosphere, no other scientific instrument has had a greater impact on how we view our place in the universe. Hubble has given us unprecedented views of the cosmos: from detailed images of planets in our solar system to the most distant galaxies ever seen. For almost 25 yea
Astronomy changed on April 24th, 1990, with the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope. Perched high a
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Astronomers have figured out how to use the gravity of distant galaxies to bend light and magnify images, allowing them to see deeper into the cosmos than ever before. Credit: NASA
Astronomers have figured out how to use the gravity of distant galaxies to bend light and magnify im
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Using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have confirmed the discovery of the nearest rocky planet outside our solar system, larger than Earth and a potential gold mine of science data. More here: http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=4672 Science kicks ass!!! Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, astronomers have confirmed the discovery of the nearest
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