Thursday, August 17, 2017

LIMPIEZA EN PLANETARIO CIUDAD DE ROSARIO POR: FRANCO CAVALLO, GUSTAVO ARIAS, ESMERALDA SOSA & ROXANA GALLEGO //// FOTOS: ROXANA GALLEGO & ESMERALDA SOSA











.. Gracias Franco ! , 

.. y sobre todo Roxana ( nunca dice que no a nada que se le pida..una genia TOTAL ! )

COMET C/2015 ER61 And M45 Taken by Adriano Valvasori on August 17, 2017 @ Mayhill (New Mexico)


COMET C2017 O1 ASASSN Taken by Gregg Ruppel on August 17, 2017 @ Animas, NM


C/2015 ER61 Near M45 Taken by michael jäger on August 17, 2017 @ Weißenkirchen Austria


PERSEID METEOR OVER VALLEY OF THE GODS Taken by Paul Martini on August 16, 2017 @ Valley Of The Gods, Utah.



Sony A7s w/sony-zeiss FE 16-35MM @ 16MM,
exposure 15 seconds @ f4, ISO 12,800.

NGC 2442: GALAXY IN VOLANS Image Credit & Copyright: Processing - Robert Gendler, Roberto Colombari Data - Hubble Legacy Archive, European Southern Observatory



Distorted galaxy NGC 2442 can be found in the southern constellation of the flying fish, (Piscis) Volans. Located about 50 million light-years away, the galaxy's two spiral arms extending from a pronounced central bar have a hook-like appearance in wide-field images. But this mosaicked close-up, constructed from Hubble Space Telescope and European Southern Observatory data, follows the galaxy's structure in amazing detail. Obscuring dust lanes, young blue star clusters and reddish star forming regions surround a core of yellowish light from an older population of stars. The sharp image data also reveal more distant background galaxies seen right through NGC 2442's star clusters and nebulae. The image spans about 75,000 light-years at the estimated distance of NGC 2442.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

LULI



.. su mamá Fernanda trabaja en Museo Experimental de Ciencias ..



PERSEID METEOR Taken by Heiko Ulbricht on August 14, 2017 @ Freital, Saxony, Germany



Bright and colorful meteor of the perseids beside constellation Lyra…
Equipment: Canon EOS 500D, ISO 800, 28 mm, 30s


PLANETARIO CIUDAD DE ROSARIO ( FX DE LUZ ) //// FOTO: ESMERALDA SOSA



.. lindo no? ..



PARTIAL LUNAR ECLIPSE AND MOON SETTING Taken by Senol SANLI on August 7, 2017 @ TURKEY BURSA



This image consists of 7 pictures of the Moon setting and Partial Lunar Eclipse on 7 consecutive nights, as seen from my house. I took the first picture (right) at 00:27 on 1st August; and the sixth picture (left) at 04:02 on 6rth August. I used my 6 f/5 Newtonian telescope and a Canon 650D camera to take all the pictures and then put them together. On all six nights, the Moon was setting behind the forest covered lower hills of Uludag, And on seventh nights, the moon eclipsed partially as you may see the middle of the image.



PRETTY SUNRISE Taken by Lyle Anderson on August 15, 2017 @ Duluth,MN, USA



sun rising over Lake Superior around 6:15am


METEOR AND THE MOON Taken by Mohammad Mehdi Asgari on August 12, 2017 @ Qom, Iran


canon 40D , 50mm 1.8


PERSEID BY THE SEA Image Credit & Copyright: Tamas Ladanyi (TWAN)



Just after moonrise on August 12 this grain of cosmic sand fell by the sea, its momentary flash part of the annual Perseid Meteor Shower. To create the Perseid meteors, dust along the orbit of periodic comet Swift-Tuttle is swept up by planet Earth. The cometary debris plows through the atmosphere at nearly 60 kilometers per second and is quickly vaporized at altitudes of 100 kilometers or so. Perseid meteors are often bright and colorful, like the one captured in this sea and night skyscape. Against starry sky and faint Milky Way the serene view looks south and west across the Adriatic Sea, from the moonlit Dalmatian coast toward the island of Brac.



METEOR Taken by Alireza Azimi on August 12, 2017 @ Alamut, ghazvin, iran



The light on foreground is for moon. Of course it brights sky too, and still we can see two fireballs!!!
Canon 5Diii. Combine of double 30sec exposures.



Tuesday, August 15, 2017

PLANETARIO CIUDAD DE ROSARIO - ARGENTINA //// FOTOS: ESMERALDA SOSA ( ARTWORKS )

.. no hay caso.. 

 .. FOTOGENICO COMO NINGUNO .. 

.. PERFECTO COMO SOLO ALEMANES LO PUEDEN DISEÑAR .. 

.. CUIDADO POR POCOS .. 

.. Y MARAVILLANDO AL MUNDO ENTERO ..


.. CUIDEMOSLO, ES UNA JOYA ..

.. Y UN PLACER QUE HACE 33 AÑOS ME ACOMPAÑA EN MI VIDA ..



 .. TENGO EL MEJOR TRABAJO DEL MUNDO ! ..
















..el MEJOR PLANETARIO DEL MUNDO LO TENEMOS EN ROSARIO ..



Agradecimientos:

.. a Gustavo Arias ( Jefe Técnico de Instrumental y Periféricos )

 .. a Franco Cavallo

&

 Raúl Barontini ( Green Laser )





Esmeralda Sosa
( Técnica / Laboratorio de Fotografía Digital )
PLANETARIO CIUDAD DE ROSARIO / ARGENTINA




CARL ZEISS PLANETARIUMS






A TOTAL SOLAR ECLIPSE WILL HAPPEN ON MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 2017 AND WILL BE VISIBLE ACROSS MUCH OF THE UNITED STATES. ON THIS SITE, WE’LL SHARE SAFE VIEWING ADVICE, PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS, AND ECLIPSE FACTS FROM THE GLOBAL LEADER IN OPTICS–ZEISS.








STARS, GAS, AND DUST BATTLE IN THE CARINA NEBULA Image Credit & Copyright: Bastien Foucher



Chaos reigns in the Carina Nebula where massive stars form and die. Striking and detailed, this close-up of a portion of the famous nebula is a combination of light emitted by hydrogen (shown in red) and oxygen (shown in blue). Dramatic dark dust knots and complex features revealed are sculpted by the winds and radiation of Carina's massive and energetic stars. One iconic feature of the Carina Nebula is the dark V-shaped dust lane that occurs in the top half of the image. The Carina Nebula spans about 200 light years, lies about 7,500 light years distant, and is visible with binoculars toward the southern constellation of Carina. In a billion years after the dust settles -- or is destroyed, and the gas dissipates -- or gravitationally condenses, then only the stars will remain -- but not even the brightest ones.

MANTENIMIENTO PLANETARIO CIUDAD DE ROSARIO - POR: GUSTAVO ARIAS & FRANCO CAVALLO /// FOTOS: ESMERALDA SOSA

 








PISCIS AUSTRINUS & GRUS ( PEZ AUSTRAL & GRULLA ) DESDE ROSARIO - ARGENTINA /// FOTO: ESMERALDA SOSA


.. 12-08-2017 ..

.. 11.30pm ..





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