Understanding our Galaxy through GAIA Mission with @einionyn & @georgeseabroke. More at #365DaysOfAstro
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The Milky Way has gobbled up dozens of dwarf galaxies and added them to its structure. Today we’re going to look at the ongoing hunt for the wreckage of past mergers. And what we’ve discovered about dwarf galaxies in general.
Summer is when the heart of the Milky Way graces the night sky. It’s time to observe and take a picture. But how?
How do we know Milky Way’s shape and take a picture of it from outside?
Is the Milky Way in a cosmic void? more update from astronomy this week!
What is the space assassination thing that happened in 2015?
Podcaster: Richard Drumm Title: Space Scoop: Meet the Space Telescope Remapping Our Night Sky
Date: October 26, 2009 Title: Hot Tub Astronomy Podcaster: Gerry Santoro Organization: Central Pennsylvania Observers Description: On warm summer nights I love lying in my back yard and just looking at the sky. Turns out that there are many things an amateur astronomer can do with the naked eye. But late fall through late spring […]