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La segunda infografía me parece aún más interesante, ya que nos muestra en qué parte de la galaxia están los 1.800 exoplanetas identificados hasta ahora y los casi 5.000 sospechosos. Los primeros que detectamos se situarían en la esfera anaranjada alrededor de nuestra posición y los que está catalogando el telescopio espacial Kepler si situarían en el cono naranja que se dirige hacia la parte superior. En la parte de la derecha se situarían aquellos que los científicos intentan identificar…

La segunda infografía me parece aún más interesante, ya que nos muestra en qué parte de la galaxia están los 1.800 exoplanetas identificados hasta ahora y los casi 5.000 sospechosos. Los primeros que detectamos se situarían en la esfera anaranjada alrededor de nuestra posición y los que está catalogando el telescopio espacial Kepler si situarían en el cono naranja que se dirige hacia la parte superior. En la parte de la derecha se situarían aquellos que los científicos intentan identificar…

Spitzer Space Telescope Spots Huge Asteroid Collision The suspected impact occurred near the star NGC 2547-ID8, which is about 1,200 light-years away in the constellation Vela. The star is fairly young at only 35 million years old, and observations of dust accumulation hint at the possibility that planetary formation is underway.

Spitzer Space Telescope Spots Huge Asteroid Collision The suspected impact occurred near the star NGC 2547-ID8, which is about 1,200 light-years away in the constellation Vela. The star is fairly young at only 35 million years old, and observations of dust accumulation hint at the possibility that planetary formation is underway.

Like scenes from DC Comics' The Flash, rumors persist about particle accelerators spawning Earth-ending disasters, but there are concrete reasons why physicists in the real universe aren't losing any sleep.

Like scenes from DC Comics' The Flash, rumors persist about particle accelerators spawning Earth-ending disasters, but there are concrete reasons why physicists in the real universe aren't losing any sleep.

Mapa artistico da Via Láctea mostra a localização de um dos exoplanetas mais distante conhecido, encontrando-se 13 mil anos-luz de distância. Crédito da imagem: NASA / JPL-Caltech

Mapa artistico da Via Láctea mostra a localização de um dos exoplanetas mais distante conhecido, encontrando-se 13 mil anos-luz de distância. Crédito da imagem: NASA / JPL-Caltech

This is for our friend @SaraBareilles who seems to have a soft spot for and likes to sing about Cassiopeia A supernova.  NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope show where supernova remnants emit radiation a billion times more energetic than visible light. The images bring astronomers a step closer to understanding the source of some of the universe's most energetic particles -- cosmic rays.  This composite shows the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant across the spectrum: Gamma rays (magenta)…

This is for our friend @SaraBareilles who seems to have a soft spot for and likes to sing about Cassiopeia A supernova. NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope show where supernova remnants emit radiation a billion times more energetic than visible light. The images bring astronomers a step closer to understanding the source of some of the universe's most energetic particles -- cosmic rays. This composite shows the Cassiopeia A supernova remnant across the spectrum: Gamma rays (magenta)…

The Pinwheel galaxy, otherwise known as Messier 101, sports bright reddish edges in this new infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Research from Spitzer has revealed that this outer red zone lacks organic molecules present in the rest of the galaxy. The red and blue spots outside of the spiral galaxy are either foreground stars or more distant galaxies.

The Pinwheel galaxy, otherwise known as Messier 101, sports bright reddish edges in this new infrared image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Research from Spitzer has revealed that this outer red zone lacks organic molecules present in the rest of the galaxy. The red and blue spots outside of the spiral galaxy are either foreground stars or more distant galaxies.

This illustration shows a cool star, called W1906+40, marked by a raging storm near one of its poles. The storm is thought to be similar to the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. Scientists discovered it using NASA's Kepler and Spitzer space telescopes.

This illustration shows a cool star, called W1906+40, marked by a raging storm near one of its poles. The storm is thought to be similar to the Great Red Spot on Jupiter. Scientists discovered it using NASA's Kepler and Spitzer space telescopes.

The Coyote Head Nebula When searching for the nicest nebulae in the sky it’s nice when your friends help you out. This striking star f...

The Coyote Head Nebula When searching for the nicest nebulae in the sky it’s nice when your friends help you out. This striking star f...

Within the swaddling dust of the Serpens Cloud Core, astronomers are studying one of the youngest collections of stars ever seen in our galaxy. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/2MASS http://www.nasa.gov/jpl/spitzer/constellation-serpens-20140528/#.U4c3JPldWSo and https://plus.google.com/+NASA/posts

Within the swaddling dust of the Serpens Cloud Core, astronomers are studying one of the youngest collections of stars ever seen in our galaxy. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/2MASS http://www.nasa.gov/jpl/spitzer/constellation-serpens-20140528/#.U4c3JPldWSo and https://plus.google.com/+NASA/posts

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