It's the Astronomy Online non-Blog, or un-Blog.
Everyone has a blog now and since I am no follower of trends, I decided to merge the blog with the website. And I don't want to neglect the website in favor of posting on the blog.
These are the pages that were on the blog of old:
- Archive (Index of Pages)
- Current Trends
- Soho Live
Google Maps - Mars
Google Maps - Moon
HiRISE - MRO Imaging
Software for the Mac
Starry Night Online
Thank you for visiting!
The Target List:
A target list has been given for the project. There are eight very nice radio sources for our imaging pleasure. Some of these should make for very impressive imaging. A few, like 3C273 (A quasar) will look like nothing more than a star.
AGN's are Active Galactic Nuclei and are believed to be "powered" by a supermassive black hole. Quasars, Seyfert Galaxies and Radio Galaxies also fit in this category.
As of right now, there is a full moon. In about a week and a half, imaging will commense for these objects.
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