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Backyard Astronomy – Gazing Into The Past

Astronomy remains alpha Centauri Astronomy remains one of the most popular hobbies. One of the main reasons is that you can gaze at the stars almost anywhere. Although rural settings away from city lights are best, everyone can see the moon. And although the closest star (after our sun), Alpha Centauri, is more than 4

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Basic Astronomy

Basic Astronomy for Everybody

When you observe the night sky the first question a Basic Astronomy has is the restless mind: What is a star? A star is a huge and bright sphere of hot gas that produces its own energy through so-called nuclear reactions that take place in the core (center) of the star, which causes the temperatures to

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Astrology

The Most Powerful Planet in Vedic Astrology

Vedic Astrology is part of astronomy. It begins where astronomy ends. The planets orbiting the sun also have a serious impact on human life on earth. To understand an individual’s horoscope, the 9 planets in the zodiac constitute the most important criterion. But it mostly depends on where these planets are located relative to each

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X-ray astronomy

X-ray astronomy in the Earth’s sky

X-ray astronomy in the Earth’s sky X-ray astronomy studies interstellar gas heated to millions of degrees around extreme environments such as black holes, neutron stars and colliding galaxies. Astronomers study light across the electromagnetic spectrum to reconstruct the history of the universe. X-ray astronomy detects high-energy light with a short wavelength, more than 40 times

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x-ray analysis

Using X-Ray Analysis Techniques in the Laboratory

Using X-Ray Analysis Techniques in the Laboratory X-ray analysis refers to a variety of techniques including x-ray fluorescence, x-ray diffraction and others which employ this portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The unique properties of x-rays are largely due to their position on the spectrum in between ultraviolet light and gamma rays, making them a useful

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universe :X-ray Astronomy and imagine the universe

universe :X-ray Astronomy and imagine the universe universe : The study of astronomical objects at the highest X-ray and gamma-ray energies began in the early 1960s. Previously, scientists knew that the sun was an intense source in these wavebands, but they had not observ any other objects in X-rays. Earth absorbs most of the X-ray

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Stellar X-rays

Stellar X-rays

About Stellar X-rays   Stellar X-rays ,Stars are brilliant, turbulent, dazzling, gigantic spheres of boiling gas – they are bright, luminous spheres of plasma held together by the powerful grip of their own powerful gravity. When a star is born, it is surrounded by a rotating disk composed of gas and swirling dust, called a

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X-Rays

Medical Fields That Use X-Rays

Medical Fields That Use X-Rays X-rays are nothing but a part of electromagnetic radiations. However, radiowaves and lightwaves are also part of electromagnetic radiation. But, x-rays, unlike lightwaves, hold the potential to penetrate the body due to higher energy in them. when x-rays first got discovered to be use for medical diagnostic purposes. And these

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X-Ray

How X-Rays Astronomy Works

How X-Ray Astronomy Works X-rays sources are scattered all over the universe. The warm outer atmospheres of stars are wonderful sources of X-rays, especially when they are turned on (as our sun does). X-ray flames are incredibly energetic and provide clues to magnetic activity in and around a star’s surface and the lower atmosphere. The

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Chandra And X-Ray Astronomy

Chandra And X-Ray Astronomy

Chandra And X-Ray Astronomy Have you ever thought about how we know that black holes exist? There are ways, for example we can observe the orbits of celestial objects. If it appears that they aren’t revolving around a planet or a star then you can pretty much bet that they are circling a black hole.

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