Quirinal Observatory, the “comfort” of the Network for the renunciation of the Colle raises the mood for Berlusconi

In the post published last night at 7.42 pm on the Facebook page with which Silvio Berlusconi announced his decision to withdraw from the race at the Colle, he writes verbatim: “I verified the existence of sufficient numbers for the election … I decided to take another step on the path of national responsibility, asking … Read more

NASA’s Swift Observatory may have failed to control the situation

NASA agency Observatorium Swift Neil Geirels It’s having a hard time after 17 years of mostly smooth service. Orbit explorer I’m in Safe mode after detecting “potential damage” in one of the six reaction wheels used to change the situation. While it’s not clear exactly what (if anything) went wrong, NASA has suspended directional science … Read more

Miryang Arirang Space Observatory Asteroid 1994pc1(7482) Observation:News Gyeongnam – Daily newspaper representing the residents of Gyeongnam

▲ The trajectory of the asteroid 1994pc1 (7482) successfully photographed by the Miryang Arirang Space Observatory The Miryang Arirang Space Observatory successfully photographed the asteroid 1994pc1 (7482). Asteroid 1994pc1 (7482) was discovered at the Siding Spring Observatory in Australia in 1994. It is an asteroid about 1 km wide and orbits the sun once every … Read more

Miryang Arirang Space Observatory Asteroid 1994pc1(7482) Observation:News Gyeongnam – Daily newspaper representing the residents of Gyeongnam

▲ The trajectory of the asteroid 1994pc1 (7482) successfully photographed by the Miryang Arirang Space Observatory The Miryang Arirang Space Observatory successfully photographed the asteroid 1994pc1 (7482). Asteroid 1994pc1 (7482) was discovered at the Siding Spring Observatory in Australia in 1994. It is an asteroid about 1 km wide and orbits the sun once every … Read more

NASA’s New Observatory in Space Observes Black Holes and Supernovas – Atjeh Watch

Jakarta – NASA’s newest X-ray eye is open and ready to make unexpected discoveries. Just about a month into space, the Imaging X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) is up and running and ready to focus on some of the hottest and most energetic objects in the universe. IXPE is a collaboration between NASA and the Italian … Read more

Astrotourism, Astronomy Tourism Enjoying the Natural Atmosphere while Gazing at the Sky

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – the beauty of things-celestial objects at night brings up travel trends astrotourism. This tourist trend began when a tycoon from the United States named Dennis Anthony Tito traveled to the International Space Station orbiting as high as 400 kilometers above Earth, as quoted from scientific articles. Astro-Tourism as a High Potential Alternative … Read more

Miryang Arirang Space Observatory, James Webb Space Telescope Success

The Miryang Arirang Space Observatory photographed the James Webb Space Telescope around 10 pm on the 11th. (Photo courtesy of Miryang Arirang Space Observatory) © News 1 The Miryang Arirang Space Observatory announced on the 14th that it had successfully photographed the James Webb Space Telescope around 10 pm on the 11th. The James Webb … Read more

Syria: NGOs, dozens of Russian air strikes on Isis posts – Middle East

In the last 24 hours, the Russian air force has conducted dozens of air strikes in central Syria against ISIS positions. This was reported by the National Observatory for Human Rights in Syria, according to which the attacks took place in the semi-desert area between Homs, Dayr az-Zor and Raqqa. ISIS in Syria was declared … Read more

Fifty stars in an hour are visible to the naked eye. The General Observatory is on alert for the first meteor shower of the new year

You don’t really need to use an endoscope. “If it’s bright enough, you can see it with the naked eye,” said Theo Mulder of the observatory. The stellar shower that started Monday night comes from the Boötiden meteor shower and, according to experts, consists of a “truck” of gravel slicing through our atmosphere at dizzying … Read more

Review and outlook from the observatory – A difficult star year is coming to an end

– A difficult star year is coming to an end Because of Corona, there were only a few guided tours in the Eschenberg observatory in 2021. In the new year there are some interesting celestial phenomena. Markus Griesser Published: 12/28/2021, 5:01 pm On the evening of August 13, 2021, two Perseid shooting stars left their … Read more