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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 17

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 17

Einstein’s Theories Examined

What Einstein suggests is this:

The observer is located on the surface of an earth which is rotating on its axis, and at the same time travelling through space at many thousands of miles an hour, consequently his place, or locality, is continually changing with respect to an imaginary point fixed in space. 847 more words

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September 13 - Babcock

Horace Welcome Babcock (fantastic name), astronomer and inventor, was born today in 1912, son of solar specialist Harold D Babcock.  Babcock junior was the chap who realised that changing the shape of mirrors can be used to reduce the distorting effect of turbulence in the Earth’s atmosphere on light from distant objects (called… 248 more words

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Astronomers Take First Radio Look for Habitability of Distant Planets

Your daily selection of the latest science news!

According to Explorist

UWM astronomer David Kaplan and colleagues have begun a radio search for the magnetic fields of planets orbiting distant stars.

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 15

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 15

Einstein’s Theories Examined

As you know this whole model of the heliocentric universe is based on the “research” of certain people, such as Newton and Galileo – among others. 1,215 more words

Flat Earth And Astronomy

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 14

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 14

“RELATIVITY”

  The Theory of Relativity is so complicated, that when it first came to the public notice it was said that there were probably not more than twelve people in the world capable of understanding it. 1,281 more words

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Distant galaxy sends out 15 high-energy radio bursts

❝ Breakthrough Listen, an initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe, has detected 15 brief but powerful radio pulses emanating from a mysterious and repeating source – FRB 121102 – far across the universe.

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History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 13

History of Astronomy From The Roman Empire To The Present, part 13

The Earth Stands Still

It would seem that Copernican Astronomy had reached its highest development about the year 1882, and then began to decline, or rather, to fall to pieces. 1,193 more words

Flat Earth And Astronomy