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  • ASTRONOMICAL DISCOVERIES Internet watch Thomas KERAMPRAN- 2A GIDO
    • short theme presentation:
    • monitoring about the news astronomical discoveries.
    • DEFINITION
    • Astronomy is the scientific study of the universe and the objects in it, including stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies. Astronomy deals with the position, size, motion, composition, energy, and evolution of celestial objects. Astronomers analyze not only visible light but also radio waves, x-rays, and other ranges of radiation that come from sources outside the Earth's atmosphere
    • Target audience:
    • all ages of population who are interesting by astronomy, beginner or expert in this theme.
  • Watch Strategy: Google alerts with the equation: « astronomical discoveries »
  • FIRST ARTICLE
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    •   Author :    Paul Vaughan
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    • Date :   Thursday October 13rd
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    • Abstract :   Explains the evolution of the universe from any resarches and observations established by scientists about the ultraviolet and any atoms like hydrogen in distant galaxy.
    • Index terms: space – ultraviolets - light - early universe - universe - galaxy
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    • Extract :   
    • “ Archaeologists can reconstruct a timeline of the past from the artifacts they find in different layers of soil. Astronomers can go one better: we can look directly into the remote past and observe the faint light from different galaxies at different stages in cosmic evolution. The differences between the galaxies tell us about the changing conditions in the Universe over this important period, and how quickly these changes were occurring.”
    •   Found with :  GoogleAlerts ( equation: astronomical discoveries)
    •   Source : Irishweatheronline URL :   http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/space/astronomy/distant-galaxies-provide-new-clues-about-the-early-universe/41474.html