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  • 1. Hubble
  • 2. The Hubble Space Telescope is a robotic telescopelocated on the outer edge of the atmosphere, in circularorbit around the Earth at 593 km above sea level, with an orbital period between 96 and 97 minutes at a speed 28,000 km / h. Named as a tribute to Edwin Hubble, waslaunched into orbit on 24 April 1990 as a joint project of NASA and ESA, thus inaugurating the Great Observatories program.Cylindrically shaped Hubble weighs 11 tons. Its length is 13.2 m and its maximum diameter is 4.2 meters. The telescope can obtain images with higher optical resolution 0.1 seconds of arc.
  • 3. The International Space Station
  • 4. View from inside the ship
  • 5. Hubble
  • 6. First we see the Galaxy Hat, also called M 104 in the Messiercatalog, distance of about 28 million light-years it is considered the best photograph taken by Hubble
  • 7. Now the famous nebula MZ3, called Fourmi, between 3000 and 6000 light years
  • 8. Third is the Eskimo Nebula NGC 2392 located 5000 light years
  • 9. Fourth, we can recognize the impressive Nebula Cats Eye
  • 10. Fifth, here is the Hourglass Nebula located 8000 light years away, a beautiful nebula with a narrowing in its central part.
  • 11. In sixth place we see the Cone Nebula, 2.5 light-years
  • 12. Seventh, we find a fragment of the Swan Nebula, located at 5500 light years away, described as "a bubbling ocean of hydrogen with small amounts of oxygen, sulfur and other elements"
  • 13. Eighth, a beautiful picture called "Starry Night"
  • 14. In ninth place, two swirling galaxies, the NGC 2207 and IC 2163 located 114 million light-years.
  • 15. Tenth, we see a fragment of the Trifid Nebula, a stellar cradle to 9000 light-years.
  • 16. More pictures from Hubble
  • 17. Voyager 1
  • 18. Current Status of Voyager 1 (102 A-U)
  • 19. e dwarf planet 2003 UB 313 (Eris)
  • 20. Comet Halley
  • 21. M16: Eagle Nebula
  • 22. M57: Ring Nebula
  • 23. Nebula RCW 79
  • 24. NGC 2237: The Rosette Nebula
  • 25. M42: Orion Nebula
  • 26. Proto-star
  • 27. Milky Way (the red mark indicates our Sun)
  • 28. Black hole
  • 29. NGC 4414
  • 30. Earth with clouds
  • 31. Earth without clouds
  • 32. The Earth with the moon rising
  • 33. The Earth with the New Moon
  • 34. The Earth with the Full Moon
  • 35. The Sun with the atmosphere
  • 36. Atmosphere without the sun
  • 37. Venus cloudless
  • 38. Venus with clouds
  • 39. Mercury
  • 40. Mars
  • 41. Phobos and Deimos in orbit around Mars
  • 42. Jupiter
  • 43. The 8 closest satellites orbiting Jupiter
  • 44. Saturn
  • 45. Satellites in orbit around Saturn
  • 46. Uranus
  • 47. Satellites orbiting Uranus
  • 48. Neptune
  • 49. Satellites in orbit around Neptune (except Nereides)
  • 50. Nereid and Triton orbits Neptune
  • 51. Pluto
  • 52. Charon orbiting Pluto
  • 53. The Milky Way
  • 54. The words are useless when we are confronted with such monuments of light and color.We can meet with the Eagle Nebula or M16 in the constellation Serpensis a window in the middle of the starry night. On the inside, clusters of young stars are in the process of creation, creating a wonderful spectacle of gaseous emissions.
  • 55. Thème musical: BO de “Blade Runner”LMG Décembre 2008

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