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paradox
27.11.2004, 21:18
......

paradox
27.11.2004, 21:20
...pa gremo dalje...

...a gorgeous Dione poses for Cassini, with shadowed craters and bright, wispy streaks
...Saturnova lunca, seveda :approve:
http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA06528.jpg

sometimes...

paradox
29.11.2004, 04:43
... astronomer Jean-Dominique Cassini...po njem tudi ime vesoljskega
vozila, ki nam posilja fotke saturna in njegovih lun...
...Cassini je odkril stiri saturnove satelite Lapetus, Rhea, Tethys in Dione...kot tudi Cassini's division, ki se pa imenuje temni presledek med saturnovim obrocem A in B ...
http://astro.if.ufrgs.br/bib/cassini.jpg

paradox
29.11.2004, 16:12
...saturnova lunca Mimas :approve:
...in a splendid portrait created by light and gravity, Saturn's lonely moon Mimas is seen against the cool, blue-streaked backdrop of Saturn's northern hemisphere...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/large-moons/images/PIA06142.jpg

sometimes...

paradox
30.11.2004, 20:50
quote:Originalna objava Navadni Nimda

...Dve lunici med prstani ali v bližini prstanov sta v gravitacijskem ravnosvesju ravno prav, da ena sledi drugi - za nekaj časa. Potem druga pridobi malo več hitrosti in prehiti prvo. Ta ples se ponavlja že milijone let.:)

...mislis tile dve ... ples na daljavo:cool::approve:
http://users.kiss.si/~k4fg0152/devetplanetov/mslike/pandora1.jpg
...se boljsa je pa na 63. strani v prvih -Lepih in zanimivih Slikcah-
kot pravi Kaos...

... sicer se pa tudi na zgornjem linku pod Znanstvena galerija najde
dosti zanimivih slik z enako zanimivimi komentarji, kot jih zna dodati le Bissgets :)
...dost reklame...sicer se pa dobro blago samo hvali :D

paradox
01.12.2004, 19:38
Se ne podatek...:)

...the 4 tracks (songs) « Lalala », « Bald James Deans », « Hot Time » and « No Love »
composed and played by Julien Civange and Louis Haéri (french musicians) currently on their
way to Titan ...

The Music will reach Titan on January 14, 2005 after a 7 year and 4 Billion Kilometer Journey.
Never will human signs have traveled and landed so far...


...and Cassini's launch ...

http://music2titan.com/upload/chlaunch-esa.jpg

http://www.space.com/images/031015_cassini_launch_04.jpg

paradox
04.12.2004, 15:15
... pri zakljucku prve orbite okrog saturna nam je Cassini podaril se tale prima pogled na pastirsko
lunco Prometej (102km pocez) in njeno delovanje/vpliv na saturnov F obroc...
...znanstveniki niso se sigurni kaksno je vzajemno delovanje/vplivanje ; spekulacija pa je,
da Promotej gravitacijsko vlece materijal/snov proc od obroca ...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/rings/images/PIA06143.jpg

paradox
04.12.2004, 15:44
...pa se ena Titan-ova
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/titan/images/PIA06141.jpg


...povecava spodnjega dela zgornje fotka ..svetle 'pikce'
so oblaki poleg njegovega juznega pola, 450km pocez...

http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA06112.jpg

paradox
06.12.2004, 02:53
:approve::)...Portage Lake, Alaska

http://science.nasa.gov/spaceweather/aurora/images2003/05dec03/Pederson2.jpg

paradox
08.12.2004, 15:29
...fotka, ki prikazuje nocno stran Iapetus-a ... 1. januarja
2005 bo Cassini fotkal to ledeno lunco iz 13-krat manjse razdalje
...
http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA06146.jpg
...Iapetus illuminated by reflected light from Saturn in this revealing Cassini image. Never-before-seen features on the Saturn-facing part of Iapetus’ bright trailing hemisphere are visible for the first time, including many dark spots, and a sharper view of a dark, circular structure that was first seen at very low resolution by NASA's Voyager 1 in 1980. Iapetus diameter is 1,436 kilometers.

...pa se en majestic pogled na Saturn...
http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA06538.jpg

paradox
09.12.2004, 07:00
...zgodnje jutro, torek, 7.decembra...Colorado, USA ...Jupiter was already behind the Moon at the time of moonrise, but appeared about 20 minutes later while still quite low in the sky... High clouds partially obscurred the view.
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0412/decMoonJup_westlake_f1.jpg


...moon eclipsing jupiter (closeup) ...Florida

http://www.spaceweather.com/occultations/07dec04/Wayman1.jpg

sometimes...

paradox
09.12.2004, 07:02
...se enakrat luna in jupiter...iz Tijeras, New Mexico...:)

http://www.spaceweather.com/occultations/07dec04/Ramotowski1.jpg

sometimes...

paradox
11.12.2004, 05:02
...tale planetarni disk 'odpadkov' krozi okoli ene zvezde, ki je zelo podobna nasemu soncu le da je veliko mlajsa
(30-250 miljonov let(nase sonce skoraj 5 miljard))... zvezda je od nas proc 88 svetlobnih let.
Sicer naj bi pa tudi nase sonce imelo obroc 'prahu' okoli sebe...nahajal pa naj bi se v neposredni bilizini Neptunove
orbite in bil 10x ozji od tega zgoraj ...

Nas soncni sistem ima tudi od 1,000 in 10,000 krat manj prahu...Velikost tega diska/obroca na sliki, njegova gostota
in kolicina prahu kazejo na neverjetnost, da se bo HD 107146 kdajkoli razvila v sistem kot je nas...

This is interesting, as it shows that the planetary systems around the same kind of stars may have very
different evolutionary paths.

http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2004/33/images/c/formats/full_jpg.jpg

sometimes...

nekdo16
13.12.2004, 13:34
hm zanimivo to se pravi če je sedaj eksplodirala pol bomo čez 88 let zvedeli

(:

Pikado
14.12.2004, 18:24
Gremo še mal nazaj na naš planet....


http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/More4/Wasp.JPG

http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/More3/New%20Fly-5b2.jpg

http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/More/housefly-1.JPG

http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/More2/BB%20fly%20supermacro-1.JPG

http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/Best%20Butterfly.jpg

http://www.microscope-microscope.org/gallery/Kenn/More2/Lunamoth.JPG



http://usera.imagecave.com/Pikado/Forum/sun_2t.gif
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Sonce se smeje mrličem.....

paradox
15.12.2004, 02:12
...opasne tele muhe :cool:...dober, da jih je treba pod mikroskopom pogledat,
da se jih natancno vidi, ce ne bi se jih clovek
kar ustrasil :clown:;)

...pred nekaj dnevi mi je ena mlada iz zapoznelega 'gnezda'
priletela v kopalnico in se kar utopila v polni kadi...mraz
ima vcasih hude posledice na drobcene mozgane...:clown::D

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Pikado, jst grem kar nazaj v vesolje... :approve::D

...Colored lines enclose regions that will be covered at different imaging scales as Cassini
approaches Dione...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/titan/images/PIA06150.jpg

paradox
15.12.2004, 02:29
...pa se en ostanek supernove,3C58, oddaljen od nas kaksnih 10.000 svetlobnih let
(fotka: Chandra)
...najprej so ga videl/odkril leta 1181 kitajski in japonski zvezdogledci...a rapidly rotating neutron star formed in the supernova event is surrounded by a bright torus of X-ray emission. An X-ray jet erupts in both directions from the center of the torus, and extends over a distance of a few light years. Further out, an intricate web of X-ray loops can be seen...
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2004/3c58/3c58_xray.jpg

paradox
17.12.2004, 00:06
...razlicni Titanovi pasovi...
Cassini has found Titan's upper atmosphere to consist of a surprising number of layers of haze, as shown in this ultraviolet image of Titan's night side limb, colorized to look like true color...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/titan/images/PIA06160-br402.jpg

paradox
17.12.2004, 00:10
...Saturnova lunca Dion...najbljizje do zdej :) (Cassini)
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/large-moons/images/PIA06163.jpg
...To the surprise of Cassini imaging scientists, the wispy terrain does not consist of thick ice deposits, but rather the bright ice cliffs created by tectonic fractures.

paradox
18.12.2004, 17:34
...tole je pa Jupiter-jeva sesta lunca Europa (da ne bomo samo Saturnove gledal :clown:)...samo malo manjsa od nase lune...njeno jedro je iz silicate kamna, podobno kot drugi terrestrial planeti...njena povrsina pa je iz ledu ...(zaradi tega pa je tudi najbolj gladko in najbolj odsevno telo v nasem soncnem sistemu).

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0412/europaline_gal.jpg

paradox
21.12.2004, 05:40
...kako dobro lahko vidijo infra rdece Spitzer-jeve 'uce'?... zadnja fotka v primerjavi s prvima dvema nam prikaze odgovor...

...ima pa omenjen teleskop zivljensko dobo petih let kar pomeni, da bo okoli leta
2008 'zaslovela' nova generacija infra-rdecih teleskopov...Nekaj misij ze poteka - Evropska space agencija planira izstreliti Herschel Space Observatory in 2007
in NASA nacrtuje poslati James Webb Space teleskop v letu 2010...
In ker se tehnologija ves cas izboljsuje lahko pricakujemo...wow/olala in sploh taksne fotke, da pozabis, da si se vedno na zemlji od novih infra-rdecih pogledov v nedoglednost zvezdnih poti ...

http://www.spitzer.caltech.edu/features/articles/images/20040819.jpg

paradox
21.12.2004, 05:55
...pa se ena od Titana...v naslednih dneh bo Cassini, spustil dol
sondo, ki bo dosegla Titan v sredini januarja 2005...kaj bomo odkrili
iz poslanih fotk ni znano kajti Titanova povrsina je obicajno skrita
pogledu z debelo metanovo odejo...

http://www.nineplanets.org/moons/TitanVIMS.jpg




sometimes...

paradox
21.12.2004, 06:48
...se ena od Hubble-a...
...nekoc dolgo nazaj sem nekje ujela naslednji stavek, "If the Hubble
Telescope was in Washington it could detect the light of a firefly (kresnicke) in Tokyo, Japan"
in se mi je zdelo oh in sploh vse do danes :approve:...in sedaj ga bodo 'upokojili' :(:clown:... se dober, da prihajajo boljsi...
http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/1998/12/images/b/formats/640_wallpaper.jpg

paradox
23.12.2004, 20:23
DB01-42, DB00-58 & DB00-6 - stars of wonder ...ta montaza treh clusters, svetlih, mladih zvezd v X-ray (blue) in infra-rdeci (green) svetlobi, ki lezijo v smeri centra nase galaksije...tezko, ce ne kar nemogoce jih je videti z opticnim teleskopom predvsem zaradi medzvezdnega prahu, ki blokira vidno
svetlobo... (fotke od Chandra)
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2004/db/db_3panel.jpg

paradox
23.12.2004, 20:39
...
If our Galaxy were a Christmas tree, planetary nebulae would adorn it like colorful lighted ornaments twinkling on a cosmic scale...
http://www.astro.washington.edu/balick/WFPC2/plneb.jpeg


:)... happy holiday season :)

kvaka
24.12.2004, 00:08
Evo, tule pa je okrasni papir za darila zavijat:
http://freeweb.siol.net/karmenvr/oriondeepfield.jpg

paradox
30.12.2004, 06:14
...Helix Nebula
...Will our Sun look like this one day? The Helix Nebula is the closest example of a planetary
nebula created at the end of the life of a Sun-like star...
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0305/helix03_hst.jpg

paradox
01.01.2005, 17:22
...bright giant start Beta Ceti 95 milion light years from Earath...
its' corona radiates about 2,000 times more X-ray power than our Sun
... in ima maso treh sonc...
(fotka od Chandra)
http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2004/bceti/bceti_xray.jpg

:kmet:

paradox
02.01.2005, 17:41
This image of Iapetus was taken on Dec/31/04 at a range of about 71,978 kilometers from
the icy moon...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/moons/images/IMG001266-br500.jpg

paradox
02.01.2005, 17:47
... H2O (going to have a glass of Evian :approve:) is a truly remarkable chemical compound, fundamental to life on our planet... Earth is the only planet in the Solar System where the present surface temperature and pressure allow the three forms of water, solid (ice), liquid (ocean), and gas (water vapor condensing in clouds) to exist simultaneously.
... Water in one of these forms accounts for everything visible in this view of Earth from space looking north at the Bering Sea and the coast of Alaska, USA, around Bristol Bay...
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/9703/seaice_sts45.jpg

paradox
04.01.2005, 16:47
...Millau bridge, the world's tallest traffic bridge... in Millau, France... Construction workers have nearly completed work on the roadway of the bridge, a viaduct that soars over a valley in southern France. The bridge, reaching about 270 meters at its highest point...
http://www.esa.int/export/images/itesa1_7575090_L.jpg


...in isti most iz vesolja (fotka ESA)
http://www.esa.int/export/images/02,2.jpg

paradox
11.01.2005, 20:54
...stunning view :approve:

...sweeping northward in planet Earth's sky, comet Machholz extended its long ion tail with the Pleiades star cluster in the background on January 7th...
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0501/machholzPleiades_seip_c80.jpg

:kmet:

paradox
11.01.2005, 21:02
...the beautiful cat's nebula (and my first avatar :approve:)

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0311/n6543_ing_c.jpg

Luka2k
12.01.2005, 12:54
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0109/barnard68_vlt.jpg

Where did all the stars go? What used to be considered a hole in the sky is now known to astronomers as a dark molecular cloud. Here, a high concentration of dust and molecular gas absorb practically all the visible light emitted from background stars.

right there baby... right there...

paradox
10.03.2005, 18:40
...da tema neopazno ne sklizne v arhiv :clown:
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A great dark storm stares out from Saturn in this Cassini image, showing how beautiful and intricate the planet's atmosphere can be. Turbulent areas represent the boundaries between air masses moving at different velocities...image was taken with the Cassini spacecraft at a distance of approximately 3.3 million kilometers from Saturn...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/saturn/images/PIA06602-br500.jpg

paradox
21.03.2005, 01:03
:approve:...In this view, Dione (1,118 km on the left) and Enceladus (505 km na desni) orbit
the mighty ringed planet Saturn, while two bright storms swirl in the atmosphere below.
This vantage point shows that the deceptively expansive rings are actually paper-thin in comparison--only tens of meters thick...
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/saturn/images/PIA06606-br500.jpg

paradox
23.03.2005, 02:16
...ah :approve:
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0503/freeflyer_nasa.jpg

paradox
17.04.2005, 16:06
...Hormoni pod mikroskopom ...

Progesterone
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/hormones/hormone.jpg


Testosterone (sef moskih seks hormonov)
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/hormones/hormon3a.jpg


Estradiol ... the most active human female sex hormone ...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/hormones/hormon1a.jpg


Estrone ... one the three major hormones that are predominantly involved in the maintenance of the female reproductive system and secondary sexual characteristics...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/hormones/hormon2a.jpg



Diethylstilbestrol (DES)... the first synthetic estrogen ever developed ...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/hormones/diethylstilbestrol.jpg

paradox
17.04.2005, 16:29
...k je ze glih pomlad ... pa se malo endorphins :D

...Endorphins belong to a class of biochemicals commonly referred to as neurohormones that act by modifying the way in which nerve cells respond to transmitters...

gamma-Endorphin ... research focusing upon gamma-endorphin has been ongoing since its discovery in the 1970s... most of the information about the substance’s exact role within the body is speculation that has yet to be proven. Some studies have indicated, however, that the polypeptide has antipsychotic effects on a certain category of patients suffering from schizophrenia, while others suggest that gamma-endorphin may act to help regulate blood pressure...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/endorphin/endorph4.jpg


alpha-Endorphin ...researchers have been investigating alpha-endorphin since the 1970s, but are still not sure exactly how it specifically affects the body. It is known, however, that it contains 16 amino acids, only one less than gamma-endorphin, from which it may be formed...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/endorphin/endorph1.jpg


beta-endorphin ...produced by the pituitary gland(zleza scitnica) and produces a greater sense of exhilaration, or “high,” than all of the other endorphin types. The polypeptide contains 31 amino acids, ... Also often said to have an opiate effect on the body, beta-endorphin is generally believed to provide substantial natural pain relief and has been heavily researched in recent years...
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/endorphin/endorph2.jpg

paradox
22.04.2005, 03:49
...se ena zemeljska :)
http://najinfo.com/kartice/galerije/narava3.jpg

paradox
17.05.2005, 23:39
...proslavitev 15 let fantasticnih fotk od Hubble teleskopa...
v tem casu nam je 'postregel' z 700.000 breath-taking fotkami
nasega vsemirja...:approve:

...in tole sta dva najpoznanejsa objects, ki ju je teleskop pokazal v svoji zgodovini kukanja v vesolje...prva je od Whirlpool galaksije in
desno Eagle Nebula... te novi fotki sta med najvecjimi in najbolj ostrimi kar jih do sedaj fotkal...(ima namrec novo kamero, ki to omogoca...)
http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/12/images/y/formats/large_web.jpg


...pa se povecava enega dela na zgornji fotki...katerega pa sami uganite :clown:

http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/12/images/e/formats/large_web.jpg

paradox
22.05.2005, 03:45
...arkticna noc :)

http://tonytalkstech.com/images/artic-nite_photo00.jpg

paradox
03.06.2005, 17:32
...when you feel lost...here is a map :approve::clown: ...cist zares je pa nasa Mlecna cesta podobna tejle spiralni galaksiji in zemlja je priblizno tam kamor kaze puscica...

http://www.ecology.com/earth-at-a-glance/earth-at-a-glance-feature/images/1.jpg



...Dumbbell nebula ... a hint what will become of our sun one day in the future ...
http://www.seds.org/messier/Jpg/m27.jpg

paradox
01.07.2005, 16:11
The Red Planet is about to be spectacular! This month and next,
Earth is catching up with Mars in an encounter
that will culminate in the closest approach between the two planets in
recorded history. The next time Mars may come this close is in 2287.

Due to the way Jupiter's gravity tugs on Mars and perturbs its orbit,
astronomers can only be certain that Mars has not come this close
to Earth in the Last 5,000 years, but it may be as long as 60,000 years
before it
happens again.

The encounter will culminate on August 27th when Mars comes to
within 34,649,589 miles of Earth and will be (next to the moon) the
brightest
object in the night sky. It will attain a magnitude of -2.9 and will appear
25.11 arc
seconds wide. At a modest 75-power magnification Mars will look as large as
the full
moon to the naked eye. Mars will be easy to spot. At the beginning of August
it will rise in the east at 10p.m. and reach its azimuth at about 3 a.m.

By the end of August when the two planets are closest, Mars will rise at
nightfall
and reach its highest point in the sky at 12:30a.m. That's pretty convenient
to see something that no human being has seen in recorded history.

So, mark your calendar at the beginning of August to see Mars grow
progressively brighter and brighter throughout the month.

Share this with others.
NO ONE ALIVE TODAY WILL EVER SEE THIS AGAIN ...:):):)

paradox
13.09.2005, 21:26
... Boomerang Nebula (Hubble teleskop)...it resides 5,000 light-years from Earth...
http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/25/images/a/formats/web.jpg

paradox
13.09.2005, 21:36
quote:Originalna objava paradox

... Boomerang Nebula (Hubble teleskop)...it resides 5,000 light-years from Earth...
http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/25/images/a/formats/web.jpg

http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/25/images/b/formats/web.jpg

paradox
13.09.2005, 23:07
:D
...najdla: http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/newsdesk/archive/releases/2005/25/

...sicer sem pa potegnila tole temo iz naftalina:nonono::clown:
...aja, uno crno-belo (btw ...:cool:) pa lahko prestavis sem, ce se ti da;)

paradox
23.09.2005, 15:34
...Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have identified the source of a mysterious blue light surrounding a supermassive black hole in our neighboring Andromeda Galaxy (M31). The strange light has puzzled astronomers for more than a decade.

The blue light is coming from a disk of hot, young stars. These stars are whipping around the black hole in much the same way as planets in our solar system are revolving around the sun. Astronomers are perplexed about how the pancake-shaped disk of stars could form so close to a giant black hole. In such a hostile environment, the black hole's tidal forces should tear matter apart, making it difficult for gas and dust to collapse and form stars...

http://imgsrc.hubblesite.org/hu/db/2005/26/images/a/formats/web.jpg:)

"Seeing these stars is like watching a magician pulling a rabbit out of a hat. You know it happened but you don't know how it happened," said Tod Lauer of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory in Tucson, Ariz...:)

paradox
25.09.2005, 00:33
...in to je strasna Rita, ki je pognala 'v tek' 90% Huston-a (Texas)

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/NewImages/Images/Rita_AMO_2005266.jpg

paradox
27.09.2005, 02:11
...Cassini's weekend flyby of Saturn's moon Tethys is providing close-up views of the moon's speckled surface.
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/moons/images/IMG001750-br402.jpg

Kliknite: Slovenske besedne spake (http://mywebpage.netscape.com/lencabeg/spake-u.html)

paradox
28.09.2005, 13:28
...The first ever pictures of a live giant squid in its natural environment have been snapped in deep water off Japan...They estimate the squid’s total length was at least 8 metres....

http://www.newscientist.com/data/images/ns/cms/dn8064/dn8064-1_250.jpg

paradox
07.10.2005, 15:56
...A 30-year-old puzzle about the origin of short bursts of high-radiation energy in the cosmos has been solved.:2thumbs:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/images/2005/10/051006085035.jpg

... In the current issue of Nature, four different teams of astronomers provide a variety of evidence that, for the first time, establishes the cosmological distance of the so-called short gamma-ray bursts and points to the source as either the collision of two small but dense stars, known as neutron stars, or the collision of a neutron star with a black hole. The finding finally confirms a theory called the merger model and opens the door not only to more detailed studies of these unusual events but to the potential for detecting gravitational waves, the elusive oscillations in spacetime created by gravity....

Kaos
07.10.2005, 17:04
hiperion:

http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0510/hyperion2_cassini.jpg

LJUBEZEN JE KAOS! www.kaos.si

paradox
06.11.2005, 04:53
This might be the glow of the first stars in the universe.
http://ipac.jpl.nasa.gov/media_images/ssc2005-22a_small.jpg

The top panel is an image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope of stars and galaxies in the constellation Draco, covering about 50 by 100 million light-years (6 to 12 arcminutes). This is an infrared image showing wavelengths of 3.6 microns, below what the human eye can detect.

The bottom panel is the resulting image after all the stars, galaxies and artifacts were masked out. The remaining background has been enhanced to reveal a glow that is not attributed to galaxies or stars. This might be the glow of the first stars in the universe.

Snowblind
12.11.2005, 08:51
http://www.shrani.si/pics/20025633132421.jpg

Feuer Frei!!

paradox
03.12.2005, 19:23
...ajde, da gremo spet na prvo stran :shy::D
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accumulation of 270 hours of Chandra observations of the central regions of the Perseus galaxy cluster...

...Enormous bright loops, ripples, and jet-like streaks are apparent in the image. The dark blue filaments in the center are likely due to a galaxy that has been torn apart and is falling into NGC 1275, a.k.a. Perseus A, the giant galaxy that lies at the center of the cluster.


http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2005/perseus/perseus.jpg

k-a-o-s
07.12.2005, 09:13
Enceladij pluva:

http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/moons/images/PIA07758-br500.jpg

najbolj belo telo v našem sistemu neki u luft meče... evo še mal zrihtana fotka:

http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/moons/images/PIA07759-br500.jpg

večinoma para, pa koščki ledu

paradox
18.12.2005, 05:14
...za tiste s teleskopi (ali dobrimi dalnogledi)...planet Saturn s svojimi rinkami bo spet viden od zdaj do sredine naslednega leta na nasem lepem nocnem nebu...pa se dve zvezdice (za bonus:cool2::big:) ....:approve:
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/images/non-press/images/IMG001907-br500.jpg



On Sunday, Dec. 18, the moon appears close to the ringed planet, as shown in this sky map. Through a small telescope, observers will see Saturn and its rings. In binoculars, Saturn will appear as a golden oval and the rings may be visible. To the unaided eye, Saturn will appear as a pale golden "star" to the lower right of the moon. The moon and Saturn appear larger on the sky chart.
Two stars are shown on the sky map. These are Castor and Pollux in the constellation Gemini. On December 17, look for the two stars near the moon.
If sky watchers miss this moon-and-Saturn lineup, there is no need to worry. The celestial dance is visible every month, and the moon appears near Saturn again, but even earlier in the evening and higher in the sky, on Jan. 14 and 15, and again on Feb. 10 and 11, 2006.

Snowblind
29.12.2005, 19:27
http://www.shrani.si/pics/shoh203502.jpg
http://www.shrani.si/pics/puppysli203503.jpg
http://www.shrani.si/pics/bimston203504.jpg

J.J.
31.01.2006, 18:42
REGRATOVA LUCKA :) :)

http://www.shrani.si/pics/maslacha251980_resized.jpg