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Great Salt Lake - Astronauts on the Skylab 2 mission (May 25 to June 22, 1973) took this photograph of north central Utah with a Hasselblad camera, using an 80 millimeter lens and Kodak Etkachrome MS film. Note the different colors in the north and south sections of the Great Salt Lake, which are separated by a railroad causeway that restricts the mixing of the waters. The north section is much more salty, and different species of algae give the two sections different hues. | Red Orbit

Astronauts on the Skylab 2 mission (May 25 to June took this photograph of north central Utah with a Hasselblad camera, using an

Engineers and astronomers are celebrating the much anticipated first light of the MOSFIRE instrument, now installed on the Keck I telescope at W. M. Keck Observatory. MOSFIRE (Multi-Object Spectrometer For Infra-Red Exploration) will vastly increase the data gathering power of what is already the world’s most productive ground-based observatory.

World’s Most Advanced Infrared Spectrometer Can Nearly See the Beginning of Time

William John Macdonnell, Mrs Macdonnell, Nathanial Basnett and G. D Hirst in front of W. J. Macdonnell’s private observatory in Mosman, c.1907. Macdonnell was a leading member of the NSW branch of the British Astronomical Association.

William John Macdonnell, Mrs Macdonnell, Nathanial Basnett and G. D Hirst in front of W. Macdonnell’s private observatory in Mosman, Macdonnell was a leading member of the NSW branch of the British Astronomical Association.

Concepção artística do NuSTAR em órbita. O telescópio tem um mastro de 10 metros que será erguido depois do lançamento para separar o módulo ótico (à direita) dos detectores (esquerda)

Nasa lançará telescópio de raios-X com precisão inédita

In search of distant black holes, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) high-energy X-ray telescope spacecraft will soon launch

Scientists discover a "water rich - SuperEarth" planet "only" 40 light years away from Earth

‘Super-Earth’ alien planet may be habitable for lifeCalled HD the planet is located inside its host star’s habitable zone, a range of distance where liquid water may exist on a world’s surface.

... star. The planet’s gravity has cleared a gap in the disk. (Image by

Image above: This artist's conception shows a hypothetical habitable planet, orbiting a red dwarf star, with two moons. Astronomers have found that 6 percent of all red dwarf stars have an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone.

Mars Desert Research Station in Utah

Raumfahrt: In Utah lebt es sich wie auf dem Mars

New instrument sifts through starlight to reveal new worlds

New instrument sifts through starlight to reveal new worlds

Using DarkHoles To Spot Planets These two images show HD a nearby star times larger than the sun. Project 1640 uses new technology on the Palomar Observatory's Hale telescope near San Diego, Calif., to spot planets. Credit: Project 1640 Publication Date:

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