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Potential for Observing Methane on Mars Using Earth-based Extremely Large Telescopes
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Laurence Tognetti, MSc 🔭🚀👽 14h
🔭🔭🔭 The Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) is an astronomical observatory currently under construction on top of Cerro Armazones of northern Chile. When completed, it is planned to be the world's largest optical/near-infrared extremely large telescope.
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Photon’s End Aug 12
time lapse animation of around 50 minutes from my backyard.
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𝘋𝘦𝘦𝘱𝘢 🇬🇧 Aug 13
New toy 🌌🔭 🤗
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Christopher M. Aug 12
My best photo of Jupiter yet!! I’m learning a little bit each session. 12Aug2020
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SpaceRef 2h
ALMA Sees The Most Distant Milky Way Look-alike
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SpaceRef Aug 11
NASA Reminder: Astrophysics "Pioneers" Mandatory NOIs Due August 13 and FAQs Updated
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Anurag Pandey 26m
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SpaceRef Aug 11
On Track to the IAC 2020 CyberSpace Edition: Recapping the First of its Kind Virtual IAC Technical Programme
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Actual Astronomy 2h
Two of the Galilean moons will cast shodows on Jupiter tonight. Both will be above the Great Red Spot. This will be a great event to observe with a
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SpaceRef Aug 12
Classifying Galaxies With Artificial Intelligence
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All kind of space Aug 10
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Raffolux Aug 13
There's nothing quite like gazing upon the beautiful night sky with the proper equipment. We're raffling a Home Stargazing II telescope on our website today so look out! Tickets are only £1 so get involved. Tickets:
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Spaced Out Radio Official Account Aug 11
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SpaceRef Aug 11
Broken Cable Damages Arecibo Observatory
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Craig Towell Aug 7
This morning's Mars - small but beautiful. Olympus Mons just visible as dark spot upper centre. 8.75" Fullerscope with GPCAM 224C and 2.7x barlow.
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Coll. of Natural Sci Aug 12
Did you know Astronomy has one of the largest telescopes in the world? The Large Millimeter Telescope is the biggest single-dish steerable millimeter-wavelength telescope 🔭. It helped capture the first image of a black hole!
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Jeremy  🔭 Aug 11
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SwadeshiRating 2h
Giant Hawaii Builders Say No Construction in 2020 Due to Pandemic Scientists planning to
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Kipper Sports 15h
Picture of Mars astonishing considering the age! ?
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