Sunday, November 19, 2017

THE DARK MATTER MYSTERY IS A FULLDOME FILM PRODUCED BY THE LAUPHEIM PLANETARIUM IN GERMANY


The Dark Matter Mystery is a fulldome film produced by the Laupheim Planetarium in Germany and available in various languages for free. The producers in Laupheim are proud to announce that the film is shown in many planetariums around the globe. The TV spot is in German.


https://www.regio-tv.de/video_titel,-Laupheimer-Produktion-weltweit-zu-sehen-_vidid,131757.html










Full Dome Presentation (English Version): 
The Dark Matter Mystery : Exploring a Cosmic Secret

( SUBTITULOS EN INGLES CON LA FUNCION CLOSED CAPTION )


NGC 7822: STARS AND DUST PILLARS IN INFRARED Image Credit: WISE, IRSA, NASA; Processing & Copyright : Francesco Antonucci



Young stars themselves are clearing out their nursery in NGC 7822. Within the nebula, bright edges and complex dust sculptures dominate this detailed skyscape taken in infrared light by NASA's Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) satellite. NGC 7822 lies at the edge of a giant molecular cloud toward the northern constellation Cepheus, a glowing star forming region that lies about 3,000 light-years away. The atomic emission of light by the nebula's gas is powered by energetic radiation from the hot stars, whose powerful winds and light also sculpt and erode the denser pillar shapes. Stars could still be forming inside the pillars by gravitational collapse, but as the pillars are eroded away, any forming stars will ultimately be cut off from their reservoir of star stuff. This field spans around 40 light-years at the estimated distance of NGC 7822.

LEONID Taken by Piotr Wieczorek on November 17, 2017 @ Piwnice, Poland






Radioteleskop UMK Piwnice & one leonid
Nikon 14 mm

MESSIER 27 (DUMBBELL NEBULA) Taken by Wojciech Piskorz on November 16, 2017 @ Gliwice, Poland



TSAPO65Q, Canon350D, ISO1600, Astronomic UHC, 26 x 90 sec.

COMET ASASSN (C/2017 O1) Taken by Yasushi Aoshima on November 12, 2017 @ Ishikawa, JAPAN



Data: EF300mmF2.8L USM, CanonEOS6D, 12800 ISO, 84x60sec stacked (14:09-15:36 UT), FOV: 4.5 x 7°, North: upper

C/2017 O1 (ASASSN) Taken by Piotr Dzikowski on November 18, 2017 @ Leszno, Poland, Europe



FSQ 106 f3.65, 3x6min LRGB