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كوكب المشتري وأقماره كم قمر ترى في الصورة؟ العديد من الناس سيقولون قمر واحد وهو قمر الارض جهة اليسار. ولكن انظر اقرب الى الصورة لجهة اليمين. الشيئ الذي يبدو كنجم هو في الحقيقة كوكب المشتري. واذا نظرت اقرب فمن الممكن ان ترى ان هذا الكوكب هو ليس وحيدا - فهو محاطا باقماره الكبيرة. من اليمين الى الشمال هذه الاقمار هي لو، جانيمند، يوروبا وكاليستو. تدور هذه الاقمار حول المشترى كما هو الحال في مجموعتنا الشمسية. هذه الصورة التقطت في كانكون في المكسيك حين قام القمر خلال دورانه حول الارض بالمرور امام المشتري. الصورة بعدسة: روبرت فيديز Jupiter and the Moons How many moons do you see? Many people would say one, referring to the Earth's Moon, prominent on the lower left. But take a closer look at the object on the upper right. That seeming-star is actually the planet Jupiter, and your closer look might reveal that it is not alone – it is surrounded by some of its largest moons. From left to right these Galilean Moons are Io, Ganymende, Europa and Callisto. These moons orbit the Jovian world just like the planets of our Solar System orbit the Sun, in a line when seen from the side. The featured single shot was captured from Cancun, Mexico، as Luna, in its orbit around the Earth, glided past the distant planet. Image Credit & Copyright: Robert Fedez
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In astrology we have 3 categories of planets: 1) personal planets (Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars), 2) social planets (Jupiter and Saturn), and 3) generational planets (Uranus, Neptune and Pluto). If we want to understand someone’s personality we look at their personal planets – Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars. If we want to understand how society works, we look at Jupiter and Saturn. And if we want to understand how the Universe works, at a meta-level, we look at Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Basically, the farther a planet is from the Sun, the less it is about “Me” and the more it is about “We”. If you want to know what will happen to you, you (...) Read the full article here: https://astrobutterfly.com/2020/08/07/mars-jupiter-and-saturn-from-me-to-we/
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الصباح والكواكب والقمر ومونتريال بتاريخ ١٨ مارس، جاء ضوء الفجر باكرا الى مدينة مونتريال في شمال كوكب الارض. بنهاية هذا اليوم الذي شهد ليالي طولها نفس طول النهار ظهر القمر فوق منطقة حضرية مكتظة بالاضواء في هذه المدينة الهادئة. مراقبي النجوم من الممكن ان يشاهدوا المشتري فوق القمر وهو قريب من كوكب المريخ. ومن الممكن رؤية كوكب عطارد ناحية الافق. Image Credit & Copyright: Arnaud Mariat Morning, Planets, Moon and Montreal Dawn's early light came to Montreal, northern planet Earth, on March 18, the day before the vernal equinox. At the end of that nearly equal night the Moon stands above a dense constellation of urban lights in this serene city and skyscape. Skygazers could easily spot bright Jupiter just above the Moon, close on the sky to a fainter Mars. Near the ecliptic, even Mercury is rising along a line extended to the horizon from Jupiter and Saturn. The elusive inner planet is very close to the horizon though, and not quite visible in this morning's sky. Image Credit & Copyright: Arnaud Mariat
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انعكاس السماء الداكنة عندما هدأت البحيرة بدأت عجائب الدنيا الرائعة من سماء وارض تظهر مرتين من خلال الانعكاس على سطح الماء. وكان اكثر مشهد دراماتيكي من هذه السماء الداكنة هو منطقة مركز المجرة درب التبانة. العديد من النجوم كانت ايضا ظاهرة مثل انتاريس بينما كان الكوكب البراق هو كوكب المشتري الذي يظهر فوق مركز الصورة. الصورة هي نتاج دمج لمجموعة من اللقطات التقطت من نفس الكاميرا ومن نفس الموقع خلال ثلاثين دقيقة في منتصف مايو ٢٠٢٠ من شاطئ بحيرة بوني في جنوب استراليا. الاشجار الميتة التي تظهر من البحيرة التقطت صورتها الحقيقية ومن خلال انعكاسها على الماء بينما تتلألأ الاضواء من قرية بارميرا الصغيرة عبر البحيرة. الصورة بعدسة ويل غودوارد Dark Sky Reflections When the lake calmed down, many wonders of the land and sky appeared twice. Perhaps the most dramatic from the dark sky was the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy, visible as a diagonal band. Numerous bright stars were visible including Antares, while the bright planet Jupiter appears just above the image center. The featured image is a composite of exposures all taken from the same camera and from the same location within 30 minutes in mid-May 2020 from the shore of Lake Bonney Riverland in South Australia. Dead trees that extend from the lake were captured not only in silhouette, but reflection, while lights from the small town of Barmera were visible across the lake. Image Credit & Copyright: Will Godward
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مجرة درب التبانة فوق جبال الهيملايا ما هو الجبل الاعلى من جبال الهيملايا؟ بالرغم من ان سلسلة جبال الهيملايا هي الاعلى على كوكب الارض، فهي ليست بحجم مجرة درب التبانة. تظهر المجرة فوق الجبال المكسوة بالثلج في الصورة. البقعة المضيئة في الوسط هي لكوكب المشتري والبقعة الاكثر بريقا بالاعلى هي للنجم انتاريس. وقد جازف المصور بالتقاط الصور في ظروف درجة حرارة تحت الصفر على ارتفاع ٤٠٠٠ متر. الصورة هي نتاج دمج ٨ لقطات التقطت بنفس الكاميرا من نفس المنطقة على مدى ثلاث ساعات عد مغيب الشمس في ابريل ٢٠١٩ قرب بحيرة بيمتانغ في نيبال. الصورة بعدسة توماس هافيل The Milky Way over Snow-Capped Himalayas What’s higher than the Himalayas? Although the Himalayan Mountains are the tallest on planet Earth, they don't measure up to the Milky Way. Visible above the snow-capped mountains in the featured image is the arcing central band of our home galaxy. The bright spot just above the central plane is the planet Jupiter, while the brightest orange spot on the upper right is the star Antares. The astrophotographer braved below-zero temperatures at nearly 4,000-meters altitude to take the photographs that compose this image. The featured picture is a composite of eight exposures taken with same camera and from the same location over three hours, just after sunset, in April 2019, from near Bimtang Lake in Nepal. Image Credit & Copyright: Tomas Havel
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المجرة والكوكب وشجرة التفاح تظهر مجرة درب التبانة بقوسها في منتصف هذه السماء الشمالية الهادئة. من خلال ضوء النجوم الخافت تستطيع ان ترى غبار النجوم الداكن والسحب النجمية وهي تتمدد من مركز المجرة. وهي تمتد لتصل النجم انتاريس اللامع ناحية اليمين فوق الافق. اكثر الاجرام لمعانا في الصورة هو كوكب المشتري. ومن طريقة التصوير فيبدو انه يتدلى من فرع الشجرة وهي شجره تفاح طبعا. وقد التقط هذا المشهد الهادئ بلقطات تتابعية وغير تتابعية يوم ١٦ يونيو من منطقة دوفر في نوفا سكوتيا - على كوكب الارض. الصورة بعدسة كريستين ريتشر The Galaxy, the Planet, and the Apple Tree The Old Astronomer's Milky Way arcs through this peaceful northern sky. Against faint, diffuse starlight you can follow dark rifts of interstellar dust clouds stretching from the galaxy's core. They lead toward bright star Antares at the right, almost due south above the horizon. The brightest beacon in the twilight is Jupiter, though. From the camera's perspective it seems to hang from the limb of a tree framing the foreground, an apple tree of course. The serene maritime nightscape was recorded in tracked and untracked exposures on June 16 from Dover, Nova Scotia, planet Earth. Image Credit & Copyright: Kristine Richer
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النيزك من كوكبة ليرا. من اين تأتي كل هذه النيازك؟ من ناحية اتجاه هذة النيازك في السماء، فالجواب هو من كوكبة القيثارة (ليرا). لذلك فان سقوط النيازك الذي يتزايد كل عام في شهر ابريل معروف Lyrids. في الصورة صورة التقطت فيها اكثر من ٣٣ نيزك - هل حددتم مكانهم؟ خلال سقوط النيازك في شهر ابريل ظهرت العديد من النيازك اللامعة فوق شاطىء بحيرة سيك في جمهورية التشيك. وأيضا يظهر في الصورة النجوم الساطعة فيغا والتاير، وايضا كوكب المشتري ومنتصف مجرتنا درب التبانة. Image Credit & Copyright: Petr Horálek Lyrid Meteors from the Constellation Lyra Where are all of these meteors coming from? In terms of direction on the sky, the pointed answer is the constellation of Small Harp (Lyra). That is why the famous meteor shower that peaks every April is known as the Lyrids - the meteors all appear to came from a radiant toward Lyra. Featured here, a composite image containing over 33 meteors - can you find them all? From last month's Lyrid meteor shower shows several bright meteors that streaked over a shore of Seč Lake in the Czech Republic. Also visible are the bright stars Vega and Altair, the planet Jupiter, and the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy. Image Credit & Copyright: Petr Horálek
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هذه صورة لكوكب المشتري بتقنية تصوير الاشعة ما تحت الحمراء من مرصد جيميني. من خلال تقنية الاشعة ما تحت الحمراء يضيئ كوكب المشتري الليل. مؤخرا التقط علماء الفضاء في مرصد جيميني في هاواي العديد من الصور الرائعة لكوكب المشتري بهذه التقنية تعد من افضل الصور للكوكب تم التقاطها من الارض. استطاع مرصد جيميني انتاج هذه الصور بالتحديد باستخدام تقنية تسمي lucky imaging من خلال التقاط العديد من الصور ودمج الصور الواضحة فقط حين كان سطح الارض هادئا ومستقرا. شكل كوكب المشتري الخارجي سببه الغيوم على سطح الكوكب. الاشعة ما تحت الحمراء تستطيع المرور من خلال الغيوم افضل من الاشعة العادية مما يتيح لنا رؤية الاسطح العميقة والساخنة في غلاف المشتري الجوي بينما تظهر الغيوم الكثيفة باللون الاسود. هذه الصور الى جانب صور اخرى من تلسكوب هابل الفضائي ومركبة جونو الفضائي ممكن ان توفر لنا معلومات عن تغيرات الطقس على سطح المشتري مثل من اين تأتي الاعاصير الكبيرة على سطح هذا الكوكب. Image Credit: International Gemini Observatory This is a photo of Jupiter in Infrared from Gemini In infrared, Jupiter lights up the night. Recently, astronomers at the Gemini North Observatory in Hawaii, USA, created some of the best infrared photos of Jupiter ever taken from Earth’s surface, pictured. Gemini was able to produce such a clear image using a technique called lucky imaging, by taking many images and combining only the clearest ones that, by chance, were taken when Earth's atmosphere was the most calm. Jupiter’s appearance is caused by the planet’s different layers of clouds. Infrared light can pass through clouds better than visible light, allowing us to see deeper, hotter layers of Jupiter's atmosphere, while the thickest clouds appear dark. These pictures, together with ones from the Hubble Space Telescope and the Juno spacecraft, can tell us a lot about weather patterns on Jupiter, like where its massive, planet-sized storms form. Image Credit: International Gemini Observatory
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"The most important point is to be prepared for the unexpected." Physics Laureates Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz have explored our home galaxy, the Milky Way, looking for unknown worlds. In 1995, they made the very first discovery of a planet outside our solar system, an exoplanet, orbiting a solar-type star, 51 Pegasi. At the Haute-Provence Observatory in southern France, using custom-made instruments, they were able to see planet 51 Pegasi b, a gaseous ball comparable with the solar system’s biggest gas giant, Jupiter. This discovery started a revolution in astronomy and over 4,000 exoplanets have since been found in the Milky Way. Strange new worlds are still being discovered, with an incredible wealth of sizes, forms and orbits. They challenge our preconceived ideas about planetary systems and are forcing scientists to revise their theories of the physical processes behind the origins of planets. With numerous projects planned to start searching for exoplanets, we may eventually find an answer to the eternal question of whether other life is out there. The 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded with one half to James Peebles “for theoretical discoveries in physical cosmology” and the other half jointly to Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz “for the discovery of an exoplanet orbiting a solar-type star.”
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VIDEO : https://youtu.be/-9dNHvhZh64 It would be very hard for microbes to get all the way from Earth or Mars out to the ocean moons, a new study suggests. An up-close look at the "tiger stripes" on Saturn's moon Enceladus, which is thought to harbor a big ocean of liquid water beneath its icy surface. An up-close look at the "tiger stripes" on Saturn's moon Enceladus, which is thought to harbor a big ocean of liquid water beneath its icy surface. SAN FRANCISCO — If there are creatures swimming in the buried oceans of the outer solar system, they're probably not related to us, new research suggests. Some scientists believe that life has hopped from world to world around the solar system, aboard chunks of rock blasted into space by comet or asteroid impacts. Indeed, there's a school of thought that the life teeming here on Earth is actually native to Mars, which likely boasted habitable conditions earlier than our own planet did. (This rock-riding idea is known as "lithopanspermia," a subset of the broader panspermia notion, which envisions spread by whatever means, either natural or guided by an intelligent hand.) But what are the odds that such putative pioneers could colonize the habitable real estate much farther out — specifically, the Jupiter moon Europa and the Saturn satellite Enceladus, both of which harbor big oceans of salty liquid water beneath their ice shells? Purdue University geophysicist Jay Melosh tackled this question and presented the results last week during a talk here at the annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union. Melosh used computer models to follow the fates of 100,000 simulated Mars particles launched off the Red Planet by an impact. He modeled three different ejection speeds: 1, 3, and 5 kilometers per second (about 2,240 mph, 6,710 mph and and 11,180 mph, respectively). In the simulations, a tiny percentage of the particles ended up hitting Enceladus over the course of 4.5 billion years — just 0.0000002% to 0.0000004% of the number that impacted Earth. The numbers were about 100 times higher for Europa; that moon got 0.00004% to 0.00007% of Earth's particle share. We know that about 1 ton of Mars rocks that are fist-size or larger rain down on Earth every year. Using that figure, Melosh calculated that Europa gets about 0.4 grams of Mars material per year, and Enceladus receives just 2-4 milligrams. These are averages, he stressed; the moons' Mars mass almost certainly comes from very infrequent arrivals of decent-sized rocks, not a steady flow of small stuff. The numbers are similar if the source of the rocks is Earth rather than Mars, Melosh said. These results might seem to bode well for life's spread; after all, it might take just one impact of a microbe-bearing rock to turn Europa or Enceladus from habitable to inhabited. But there are more factors to consider, and they tamp down the optimism. For example, Melosh found that the median transit time for a Mars meteorite that ends up hitting Enceladus is 2 billion years. Microbes are tough, but that's a long time to endure the harsh conditions of deep space. And the simulations indicated that these incoming Mars rocks would hit Enceladus at between 5 and 31 km/s (11,180 mph to 69,350 mph). The lower end of that range might be survivable, but it's hard to imagine anything living through those more extreme impacts, Melosh said. "So, the bottom line: If life should be found in the oceans of Europa or Enceladus, it is very likely that it’s indigenous rather than seeded from Earth, Mars or (especially) another solar system," Melosh said during his AGU talk. (His calculations peg the probability of an exoplanet meteorite impacting Earth over the past 4.5 billion years at just 0.01%. The chances are much lower for Europa and Enceladus, he said.) That's exciting news, if viewed from a certain perspective. Europa and Enceladus — and other potentially habitable worlds in the outer solar system, such as Saturn's huge moon Titan — may well have remained uncontaminated for eons, providing ample opportunity for native life-fo
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After a close flyby, a look back by NASA's Juno Mission to Jupiter with its JunoCam shows the giant planet's southern hemisphere with its massive cyclones and chaotic clouds. Image processed by citizen scientist Ali Abbasi. When this image was taken, Juno was traveling at about 85,000 mph (137,000 kilometers per hour) relative to the planet. A little more than an hour earlier — at the point of closest approach to the cloud tops — the spacecraft reached speeds relative to Jupiter in excess of 130,000 mph (209,000 kilometers per hour). https://go.nasa.gov/2OPGEgt
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