Astronomy Top 100
The 100 Greatest Images and Imaginations in Astronomy and Space Exploration
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The Greatest Images and Imaginations in Astronomy and Space Exploration
But we do have darkness! What gives? Now, old Olbers was certainly not some sort of nineteenth century nut case. Still, he’s have to live another 100 years to find the real answer to his paradox.
Scotland may take credit for inventing the game, but leave it for a witty American to take the sport to its greatest heights – literally!
We might have discovered this six years earlier if not for a glitch. Of the thousands of commands sent to Pioneer 10 during the 24 days of its Jupiter encounter, only one was lost due to those radiation belts. It could have been one just like this.
Unknown to all at the time, her discovery would forever change our understanding of the universe.
The ACIS data suggests cosmic rays come not from the birth of atoms, as originally proposed by Robert Millikan, but from the death of stars.
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