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          Kehabisan Bahan Bakar, Teleskop Pemburu Planet Milik NASA Bakal Pensiun      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Liputan6.com, California - Teleskop pemburu planet asing (exoplanet) milik NASA, Kepler, bakal dinonaktifkan secara permanen.

Alasannya, Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat itu mengungkap Kepler sudah mau kehabisan bahan bakar.

Dilansir The Verge pada Rabu (11/7/2018), Kepler sudah memasuki modus hibernasi pada Senin (9/7/2018).

Jika dinyalakan terus-terusan, Kepler akan kehabisan bahan bakar dan berpotensi merusak fasilitas NASA.

Untuk diketahui, NASA menghadirkan Kepler pada 2009 lalu. Tujuannya untuk mencari frekuensi dan eksistensi dari exoplanet yang ada di galaksi kita.

Tak sedikit para ilmuwan menggunakan Kepler untuk berburu exoplanet di luar galaksi Bima Sakti.

Teleskop terbang yang kini berjarak 94 juta mil dari Bumi itu juga telah memegang andil penting dengan memindai sejumlah wilayah exoplanet. Hingga kini, sudah ada sekitar 2.650 exoplanet yang ditemukan Kepler. 

NASA sendiri berencana akan mengirim Kepler kembali ke orbit Bumi pada Agustus 2018. Saat kembali, antena teleskop itu akan mengarah ke Bumi dan mentransfer data exoplanet yang sudah ditemukan.

Ada 121 Planet Raksasa yang Memiliki Bulan, Apa Layak Huni?

Perbandingan planet Kepler-1647 b dengan beberapa planet lain (Lynette Cook)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Terlepas dari kabar Kepler yang bakal pensiun, peneliti baru saja menemukan lebih dari 100 planet raksasa di luar angkasa. Tercatat, ada 121 planet super besar yang ditemukan dan semuanya diyakini memiliki Bulan yang dapat mendukung kehidupan.

Seperti dilansir Phys, Jumat (22/6/2018), penemuan bersejarah ini dipublikasikan dalam sebuah paper The Astrophysical Jornal.

Adapun tim peneliti berasal dari University of California, Riverside, dan University of Southern Queensland.

Para peneliti berpendapat, penemuan planet mendorong rencana mereka untuk menciptakan teleskop masa depan yang bisa mendeteksi bulan yang berpotensi bisa dihuni.

Penelitian ini juga didukung oleh teleskop milik NASA, Kepler, yang diluncurkan sejak 2009. Kepler juga bertugas untuk mencari planet asing alias exoplanet yang layak huni.

Pada pertengahan 2017, Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat tersebut juga sempat menemukan 219 exoplanet, yang mana 10 di antaranya memiliki karakteristik mirip dengan Bumi.

Dilansir New Scientist, Kepler menemukan exoplanet ini dengan memantau pergerakan bintang-bintang yang mengelilinginya. 

Seiring planet bergerak di antara bintang, cahayanya akan berpendar. Dari sinilah, Kepler dapat mendeteksi tanda-tanda sebuah exoplanet baru.

Dengan ditemukannya 219 exoplanet baru, jumlah exoplanet yang sudah diburu NASA kini bertambah menjadi 4.034.

Walau demikian, NASA tidak bisa menyingkap apakah semua exoplanet yang diburu benar-benar memiliki karakteristik yang sama dengan Bumi atau tidak.

Masih Terus Mencari Jawaban

Ilustrasi planet-planet yang ditemukan oleh Teleskop Kepler (NASA Ames/W. Stenzel)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

"Penemuan ini malah membuat kita--umat manusia--bertanya-tanya, berapa banyak planet yang mirip Bumi ada di dalam galaksi ini? Jawabannya hingga sekarang terus kita masih cari," kata Susan Thompson, ilmuwan Kepler di SETI Institute, Mountain View, AS.

Data yang dikirim langsung dari teleskop Kepler juga mengungkap jenis exoplanet berdasarkan ukuran.

Adapun di antaranya meliputi planet mirip Bumi, planet "Super-Earth" (ukuran lebih besar dari Bumi) dan planet Neptunus dengan ukuran yang lebih kecil.

Sebelumnya, NASA sudah menemukan exoplanet di luar Tata Surya yang memiliki ukuran sama dengan Bumi. Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat itu menamai planet dengan julukan b, c, d, e, f, g, dan h. 

Tiga di antaranya, Trappist-1 e, f dan g memiliki perairan pada permukaan. Para ilmuwan meyakini, ketiga planet dengan perairan tersebut bisa menjadi sumber kehidupan utama manusia.

Empat lainnya, Trappist-1 b, c, d dan h, tengah diteliti apakah juga termasuk ke dalam zona layak huni atau tidak.

Berdasarkan analisis, keempat planet ternyata juga masuk kategori layak huni. Keempat planet ini memiliki kandungan gas hidrogen, yang ternyata juga mendukung tanda kehidupan manusia.

(Jek/Ysl)

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          Kehabisan Bahan Bakar, Teleskop Pemburu Planet Milik NASA Bakal Pensiun      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Liputan6.com, California - Teleskop pemburu planet asing (exoplanet) milik NASA, Kepler, bakal dinonaktifkan secara permanen.

Alasannya, Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat itu mengungkap Kepler sudah mau kehabisan bahan bakar.

Dilansir The Verge pada Rabu (11/7/2018), Kepler sudah memasuki modus hibernasi pada Senin (9/7/2018).

Jika dinyalakan terus-terusan, Kepler akan kehabisan bahan bakar dan berpotensi merusak fasilitas NASA.

Untuk diketahui, NASA menghadirkan Kepler pada 2009 lalu. Tujuannya untuk mencari frekuensi dan eksistensi dari exoplanet yang ada di galaksi kita.

Tak sedikit para ilmuwan menggunakan Kepler untuk berburu exoplanet di luar galaksi Bima Sakti.

Teleskop terbang yang kini berjarak 94 juta mil dari Bumi itu juga telah memegang andil penting dengan memindai sejumlah wilayah exoplanet. Hingga kini, sudah ada sekitar 2.650 exoplanet yang ditemukan Kepler. 

NASA sendiri berencana akan mengirim Kepler kembali ke orbit Bumi pada Agustus 2018. Saat kembali, antena teleskop itu akan mengarah ke Bumi dan mentransfer data exoplanet yang sudah ditemukan.

Ada 121 Planet Raksasa yang Memiliki Bulan, Apa Layak Huni?

Perbandingan planet Kepler-1647 b dengan beberapa planet lain (Lynette Cook)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Terlepas dari kabar Kepler yang bakal pensiun, peneliti baru saja menemukan lebih dari 100 planet raksasa di luar angkasa. Tercatat, ada 121 planet super besar yang ditemukan dan semuanya diyakini memiliki Bulan yang dapat mendukung kehidupan.

Seperti dilansir Phys, Jumat (22/6/2018), penemuan bersejarah ini dipublikasikan dalam sebuah paper The Astrophysical Jornal.

Adapun tim peneliti berasal dari University of California, Riverside, dan University of Southern Queensland.

Para peneliti berpendapat, penemuan planet mendorong rencana mereka untuk menciptakan teleskop masa depan yang bisa mendeteksi bulan yang berpotensi bisa dihuni.

Penelitian ini juga didukung oleh teleskop milik NASA, Kepler, yang diluncurkan sejak 2009. Kepler juga bertugas untuk mencari planet asing alias exoplanet yang layak huni.

Pada pertengahan 2017, Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat tersebut juga sempat menemukan 219 exoplanet, yang mana 10 di antaranya memiliki karakteristik mirip dengan Bumi.

Dilansir New Scientist, Kepler menemukan exoplanet ini dengan memantau pergerakan bintang-bintang yang mengelilinginya. 

Seiring planet bergerak di antara bintang, cahayanya akan berpendar. Dari sinilah, Kepler dapat mendeteksi tanda-tanda sebuah exoplanet baru.

Dengan ditemukannya 219 exoplanet baru, jumlah exoplanet yang sudah diburu NASA kini bertambah menjadi 4.034.

Walau demikian, NASA tidak bisa menyingkap apakah semua exoplanet yang diburu benar-benar memiliki karakteristik yang sama dengan Bumi atau tidak.

Masih Terus Mencari Jawaban

Ilustrasi planet-planet yang ditemukan oleh Teleskop Kepler (NASA Ames/W. Stenzel)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

"Penemuan ini malah membuat kita--umat manusia--bertanya-tanya, berapa banyak planet yang mirip Bumi ada di dalam galaksi ini? Jawabannya hingga sekarang terus kita masih cari," kata Susan Thompson, ilmuwan Kepler di SETI Institute, Mountain View, AS.

Data yang dikirim langsung dari teleskop Kepler juga mengungkap jenis exoplanet berdasarkan ukuran.

Adapun di antaranya meliputi planet mirip Bumi, planet "Super-Earth" (ukuran lebih besar dari Bumi) dan planet Neptunus dengan ukuran yang lebih kecil.

Sebelumnya, NASA sudah menemukan exoplanet di luar Tata Surya yang memiliki ukuran sama dengan Bumi. Badan Antariksa Amerika Serikat itu menamai planet dengan julukan b, c, d, e, f, g, dan h. 

Tiga di antaranya, Trappist-1 e, f dan g memiliki perairan pada permukaan. Para ilmuwan meyakini, ketiga planet dengan perairan tersebut bisa menjadi sumber kehidupan utama manusia.

Empat lainnya, Trappist-1 b, c, d dan h, tengah diteliti apakah juga termasuk ke dalam zona layak huni atau tidak.

Berdasarkan analisis, keempat planet ternyata juga masuk kategori layak huni. Keempat planet ini memiliki kandungan gas hidrogen, yang ternyata juga mendukung tanda kehidupan manusia.

(Jek/Ysl)

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[vidio:kepler]()

          Challenging the conventional wisdom on calculus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
(Harvard University) Contrary to widely-held opinion, taking high school calculus isn't necessary for success later in college calculus -- what's more important is mastering the prerequisites, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry -- that lead to calculus. That's according to a study of more than 6,000 college freshmen at 133 colleges carried out by the Science Education Department of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
          Skepticality #080 - Skeptic Rock Stars at TAM - Interviews: Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and Mythbuster Adam Savage,      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This week on Skepticality, Derek and Swoopy return from the desert with highlights from "The Amazing Meeting 6" conference in Las Vegas (hosted by the James Randi Educational Foundation). Joining them are two skeptics who are changing the face of popular science: astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, and MythBuster Adam Savage.   The incomparable Neil deGrasse Tyson (Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum of Natural History, current host of Nova Science Now, and the only astrophysicist to be named one of People magazine's "Sexiest Men Alive") talks with Swoopy about getting the United States back on track as science innovators. (He also sets the record straight about Pluto.) and in his third appearance on Skepticality, Adam discusses his evolution from artist and model maker to skeptic and television scientist—as well as thoughts about his life after MythBusters. 
          skepticality #062 - Girl Power! - Interview: Alison Smith, founder of The Skeptical Analysis of the Paranormal Society (SAPS)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This week Skepticality has a double bill of brainy, beautiful skeptics working to educate the public about the benefits of science and evidence-based reasoning.  Private Investigator Alison Smith (the founder of the Skeptical Analysis of the Paranormal Society) discusses her work and shares her thoughts about the recent lecture she gave on Skeptical Investigation as well as the Skeptic Smackdown debate she took part in, at Dragon*Con 2007. Lastly, we have a special clip of Dr. Pamela Gay explaining how astrophysicists look at Dark Matter in the Universe, recorded from a special Dragon*Con after party. We're also pleased to present the full length video from Dragon*Con's "Skeptic Smackdown" debate, featuring skeptics Michael Shermer and Alison Smith, and paranormal proponents Patrick Burns and Graham Watkins.
          Skepticality #059 - Engineers, Astronomers, Lobbyists Updates: Kelly Comstock, Dr. Pamela Gay, Lori Lipman Brown      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This week, Skepticality tackles matters of politics on Earth, and discoveries out in the universe.  First up, environmental engineer Kelly Comstock returns to answer listener questions from our bottled water episode and address concerns about potential dangers lurking in municipal water systems (like chlorine and fluoride). Then, Derek and Swoopy check in with their favorite lobbyist, Lori Lipman Brown from the Secular Coalition for America, regarding ongoing investigations into abuses of non-theists serving in our military, how the question of separation of church and state is being highlighted in recent political debates, and what to look for when the legislature reconvenes in the Fall. Lastly, astrophysicist Dr. Pamela Gay shares her insights about recent media attention paid to NASA troubles, the paper by two German physicists who claim to have broken the speed of light, and the potential discovery of inorganic cosmic dust with lifelike properties.
          High Atomic Carbon Abundance in Molecular Clouds in the Galactic Center Region      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Дата и время публикации : 2011-11-17T07:53:30Z Авторы публикации и институты : Kunihiko Tanaka Tomoharu Oka Shinji Matsumura Makoto Nagai Kazuhisa Kamegai Ссылка на журнал-издание: Ссылка на журнал-издание не найденаКоментарии к cтатье: 16 pages, 5 figures, accepted for publication in Astrophysical Journal LettersПервичная категория: astro-ph.GA Все категории : astro-ph.GA Краткий обзор статьи: This letter presents a [...]
           The origin of the protostellar jet GGD 34       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Robles, A. y Gómez de Castro, Ana Inés (1999) The origin of the protostellar jet GGD 34. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 344 (2). pp. 632-638. ISSN 0004-6361
           Understanding A-type supergiants - I. Ultraviolet and visible spectral atlas of A-type supergiants       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Verdugo, Eva y Talavera, A. y Gómez de Castro, Ana Inés (1999) Understanding A-type supergiants - I. Ultraviolet and visible spectral atlas of A-type supergiants. Astronomy & astrophysics supplement series, 137 (2). pp. 351-362. ISSN 0365-0138
           Understanding A-type supergiants - II. Atmospheric parameters and rotational velocities of galactic A-type supergiants       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Verdugo, Eva y Talavera, A. y Gómez de Castro, Ana Inés (1999) Understanding A-type supergiants - II. Atmospheric parameters and rotational velocities of galactic A-type supergiants. Astronomy & Astrophysics, 346 (3). pp. 819-830. ISSN 0004-6361
           Simulation of the ambipolar filamentation of turbulent magnetic fields       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Franqueira, M. y Tagger, M. y Gómez de Castro, Ana Inés (1999) Simulation of the ambipolar filamentation of turbulent magnetic fields. In Numerical astrophysics. Springer, pp. 113-114. ISBN 0-7923-5566-0
           Corrections and new developments in rigid earth nutation theory - III. Final tables "REN-2000" including crossed-nutation and spin-orbit coupling effects       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Souchay, J. y Loysel, B. y Kinoshita, H. y Folgueira, Marta (1999) Corrections and new developments in rigid earth nutation theory - III. Final tables "REN-2000" including crossed-nutation and spin-orbit coupling effects. Astronomy & Astrophysics. Supplement Series, 135 . pp. 111-131. ISSN 0365-0138
           Line strengths and line strength gradients in bulges along the Hubble sequence       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Goudfrooij, Paul y Gorgas García, Francisco Javier y Jablonka, Pascale (1999) Line strengths and line strength gradients in bulges along the Hubble sequence. Astrophysics and space science, 269 . pp. 109-116. ISSN 0004-640X
           Survey for emission-line galaxies: Universidad Complutense de Madrid list 3       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Alonso, O. y García Dabó, C. E. y Zamorano Calvo, Jaime y Gallego Maestro, Jesús y Rego Fernández, Manuel (1999) Survey for emission-line galaxies: Universidad Complutense de Madrid list 3. Astrophysical journal supplement series, 122 (2). pp. 415-430. ISSN 0067-0049
           Library of medium-resolution Fiber Optic Echelle spectra of F, G, K, and M field dwarfs to giant stars       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Montes Gutiérrez, David y Ramsey, Lawrence W. y Welty, Alan D. (1999) Library of medium-resolution Fiber Optic Echelle spectra of F, G, K, and M field dwarfs to giant stars. Astrophysical journal supplement series, 123 (1). pp. 283-293. ISSN 0067-0049
           Empirical calibration of the λ4000 Å break       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Gorgas García, Francisco Javier y Cardiel López, Nicolás y Pedraz, S. y González, J. J. (1999) Empirical calibration of the λ4000 Å break. Astronomy & astrophysics supplement series, 139 (1). pp. 29-41. ISSN 0365-0138
          Study Questions Conventional Wisdom on Calculus      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

A new study questions the conventional wisdom that the best way for students to succeed in calculus in college is to take calculus in high school. A study of more than 6,000 college freshmen at 133 colleges found that the real key to college calculus success is mastery in high school of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. The study was published in The Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, and was conducted by Philip Sadler and Gerhard Sonnert of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

 

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Academic requirements THAILAND Completion of Mathayom (MAW) 6 with GPA 2.5 University of London International Foundation Programme English requirements IELTS 5.5 (minimum 5.5 in writing, with no other elements less than 5.0) Academic requirements THAILAND Mathayom 6 GPA 3.0 International Year One English requirements From 5.0 IELTS or equivalent for 4 term IY1* From 5.5 IELTS or equivalent for 3 term IY1* * Your application will be assessed and you may be offered a 3 or 4 term programme depending on your English level and academic background. Academic requirements THAILAND Successful completion of Mathayom (MAW) 6 plus evidence of a year's further study with pass grades Master's Foundation Programme English requirements 3 terms – from 5.5 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 5.5 2 terms – from 6.0 IELTS or equivalent, with no single element less than 6.0 *Extended Programmes are available if you do not yet have the required English language level. These programmes last 4 or 5 terms and include English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation required to apply for entry to the first year of your Master’s degree.  Academic Entry Requirements To study this programme you will need to have successfully completed your Bachelor's degree or equivalent, from a recognised university. University of London Graduate Diploma English requirements 3 terms - September startEnglish level IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no single element less than 5.5 4 terms - June start English level IELTS 5.5 or equivalent, with no single element less than 5.5 The 4 term extended programme is available if you do not yet have the required English language level. This programme includes English language modules (ELM) followed by the 3 terms of Foundation.  Academic Entry Requirements To be eligible for this Graduate Diploma Programme you must have: an acceptable bachelor degree; or an acceptable Level 5 or Level 6 award (such as an HND or Graduate Certificate) provided this is at least 1 year full time in duration. In addition applicants must submit evidence of at least 2 years relevant work experience; or  an acceptable Master’s degree (or any other acceptable/appropriately accredited Level 7 award) provided this is at least 1 year full time in duration; In addition to one of the above, you must demonstrate competence in Mathematics at least equivalent to UK GCSE/GCE ‘O’ level at grade C or above.  Thai Study Abroad Consultant  ให้บริการสมัครเรียน แนะนำการหางาน จัดหาที่พัก ทำวีซ่านักเรียน ฟรี Tel:02-245-5845 Hotline: 061-656-4159 Email:info@thaistudyabroad.com
          Infinite Monkey Cage 100      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Monkey Cage 100! Brian Cox and Robin Ince celebrate the 100th episode of the hit science/comedy show, by inviting some very well known monkey cage alumni to join them. Brian Blessed, Eric Idle, Katy Brand, Dave Gorman and Andy Hamilton (to name a few) take to the stage to consider what has been learnt since Episode 1, back in November 2009. Joining them on stage, will be science royalty, including Alice Roberts, American Astrophysicist Neil De Grasse Tyson, Professor Sue Black and Prof Fay Dowker, to look at the big scientific discoveries that have happened in the time since Brian and Robin first hit the airwaves, from the Higgs Boson, to Gravitational Waves, to our understanding of how human evolved. What epic discoveries might be made over the course of the next 100 episodes? For the first time, You can watch the 100th episode of The Infinite Monkey Cage, recorded live in the iconic BBC Radio Theatre, on BBC iPlayer for 30 days from Wednesday July 11th, and on the BBC Red Button at various times for 7 days from Monday 16th July. Producer: Alexandra Feachem Producer (Vision): Michael Gray.
          Large-scale Compression Acceleration during Magnetic Reconnection in a Low-$\beta$ Plasma      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
arXiv:1807.03427

by: Li, Xiaocan
Abstract:
In solar flares and other astrophysical systems, a major challenge for solving particle acceleration problem associated with magnetic reconnection is the enormous scale separation between kinetic scales and observed reconnection scale. Because of this, it has been difficult to draw any definite conclusions by just using kinetic simulations. Particle acceleration model that solves energetic particle transport equation can capture the main acceleration physics found in kinetic simulations, and thus provide a practical way to make observable predictions and directly compare model results with observations. Here we study compression particle acceleration in magnetic reconnection by solving Parker (diffusion-advection) transport equation using velocity and magnetic fields from two-dimensional high-Lundquist-number magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) simulations of a low-$\beta$ reconnection layer. We show that the compressible reconnection layer can give significant particle acceleration, leading to the formation of power-law particle energy distributions. We analyze the acceleration rate and find that the acceleration in the reconnection layer is a mixture of first order and second order Fermi processes. When including a guide field, we find the spectrum becomes steeper and both the power-law cutoff energy and maximum particle energy decrease as plasma becomes less compressible. This model produces 2D particle distribution that one can use to generate radiation map and directly compare with solar flare observations. This provides a framework to explain particle acceleration at large-scale astrophysical reconnection sites, such as solar flares.
          Multilayer modeling of porous grain surface chemistry I. The GRAINOBLE model      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Дата и время публикации : 2011-11-17T17:43:57Z Авторы публикации и институты : Vianney Taquet Cecilia Ceccarelli Claudine Kahane Ссылка на журнал-издание: Ссылка на журнал-издание не найденаКоментарии к cтатье: 20 pages and 19 figures. Accepted in Astronomy & AstrophysicsПервичная категория: astro-ph.GA Все категории : astro-ph.GA Краткий обзор статьи: Mantles of iced water, mixed with CO, H2CO, and [...]
          Österreich tritt Supercomputer-Netzwerk PRACE bei      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Österreich ist neues Mitglied des europäischen Supercomputing-Netzwerks „Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe“ (PRACE). Wissenschaftler erhalten damit Zugang zu Hochleistungsrechnern in ganz Europa. Diese werden vor allem in der Klimaforschung, der Astrophysik, den Materialwissenschaften sowie den Lebens- und Energiewissenschaften eingesetzt, teilte das Bildungsministerium mit.
          IIAP Bangalore, Karnataka Project Engineer I recruitment Apply Online July 2018 – 1 Posts      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
  • Indian Institute of Astrophysics Recruitment 2018
  • Post – Project Engineer I
  • Total no. of Vacancy – 1 Posts
  • Salary – Rs. 50,000
  • Eligibility – b tech
  • Last Date – 05 Aug, 2018
  • Location – Karnataka


Indian Institute of Astrophysics has released an employment notification regarding Project Engineer I for well qualified candidates holding the required eligibility criteria on its website      


          Captivating new programme at the ESO Supernova      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Over the past months, the ESO Supernova team has been preparing an amazing new programme of exciting events and shows for our Planetarium & Visitor centre. We are delighted to announce that our July–September programme is now available online and in print. Featuring the latest ESO Supernova activities, the programme contains all you need to know about our forthcoming planetarium shows, guided tours and educational workshops. It also features special public events such as science talks, concerts and much more.

Since its official inauguration on 26 April 2018, the ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre has entertained and educated visitors with a range of captivating planetarium shows, guided tours, educational workshops and special events. All these activities are free in 2018 — visitors just need to book in advance. The programme of shows, tours and events at the ESO Supernova changes every three months, giving audiences the chance to experience new aspects of astronomy with each visit. We are delighted to announce that our latest programme, which covers July–September, is now available online.

This programme features new additions to the exciting range of planetarium shows screened in the ESO Supernova’s state-of-the-art digital planetarium. Europe to the stars takes the viewer on an epic journey behind the scenes of the most productive ground-based observatory in the world, revealing the science, history, technology and people of ESO. Also premiering at the ESO Supernova is The Sun, Our Living Star, a new immersive ESO fulldome show directed by talented Greek filmmaker Theofanis Matsopoulos.

An exciting array of special events will also be held at the ESO Supernova, including talks, workshops, concerts and more. In July, audiences will be able to observe the longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century from the rooftop of the ESO Supernova, and also enjoy a special screening of Back to the Moon for Good. Following their booked-out previous Supernova performance, the musical duo tonelabs will again be performing Fragmented Future. The ESO Supernova will also continue to host the travelling exhibition Our Place In Space, which explores where humanity fits in the grand scheme of our Universe using Hubble-inspired artworks and installations.

The programme also lists all the available tours of the ESO Supernova, in which ESO astronomers and engineers take audiences through some of the biggest questions in astronomy. There will be opportunities for audiences to discover what kind of objects populate our Universe, from planets like the Earth to strange objects like black holes. Some guided tours also give rare insight into the history and future of ESO and allow visitors to explore the intricate architecture of ESO’s buildings.

A printed version of the July–September programme is available, and will soon be distributed to various tourism outlets, hotels, and other partners. It will be available in the ESO Supernova itself and can be downloaded here. To see the full range of activities on offer at the ESO Supernova and to book a place at any of these exciting activities, follow this link, and explore the marvels of the Universe from here on Earth!

More information:

The ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre

The ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre is a cutting-edge astronomy centre for the public and an educational facility, located at the site of the ESO Headquarters in Garching bei München. The centre hosts the largest tilted planetarium in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and an interactive exhibition, sharing the fascinating world of astronomy and ESO to inspire coming generations to appreciate and understand the Universe around us. All content is provided in English and German and entrance is free, but requires prior booking. For more details visit: supernova.eso.org

The ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Centre is a cooperation between the European Southern Observatory (ESO) and the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS). The building is a donation from the Klaus Tschira Stiftung (KTS), a German foundation, and ESO runs the facility.

ESO Supernova is proudly supported by: LOR Foundation, Evans & Sutherland, Sky-Skan and Energie-Wende-Garching.

KTS

The Klaus Tschira Stiftung (KTS) was created in 1995 by the physicist and SAP co-founder Klaus Tschira (1940-2015). It is one of Europe’s largest privately funded non-profit foundations. The Foundation promotes the advancement of the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science, and strives to raise appreciation for these fields. The Foundation’s commitment begins in kindergarten and continues in schools, universities, and research facilities. The Foundation champions new methods of scientific knowledge transfer, and supports both development and intelligible presentation of research findings.

HITS

The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS gGmbH) was established in 2010 by the physicist and SAP co-founder Klaus Tschira (1940-2015) and the Klaus Tschira Foundation as a private, non-profit research institute. HITS conducts basic research in the natural sciences, mathematics and computer science, with a focus on processing, structuring, and analysing large amounts of data. The research fields range from molecular biology to astrophysics. The shareholders of HITS are the HITS Stiftung, which is a subsidiary of the Klaus Tschira Foundation, Heidelberg University and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). HITS also cooperates with other universities and research institutes and with industrial partners. The base funding of HITS is provided by the HITS Stiftung with funds received from the Klaus Tschira Foundation. The primary external funding agencies are the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), the German Research Foundation (DFG), and the European Union.

ESO

ESO is the foremost intergovernmental astronomy organisation in Europe and the world’s most productive ground-based astronomical observatory by far. It has 15 Member States: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom, along with the host state of Chile and with Australia as a strategic partner. ESO carries out an ambitious programme focused on the design, construction and operation of powerful ground-based observing facilities, enabling astronomers to make important scientific discoveries. ESO also plays a leading role in promoting and organising cooperation in astronomical research. ESO operates three unique world-class observing sites in Chile: La Silla, Paranal and Chajnantor. At Paranal, ESO operates the Very Large Telescope, the world’s most advanced visible-light astronomical observatory, and two survey telescopes. VISTA works in the infrared and is the world’s largest survey telescope and the VLT Survey Telescope is the largest telescope designed to exclusively survey the skies in visible light. ESO is a major partner in ALMA, the largest astronomical project in existence. And on Cerro Armazones, close to Paranal, ESO is building the 39-metre Extremely Large Telescope, the ELT, which will become “the world’s biggest eye on the sky”.


          The Discreet Charm of Higgsino Dark Matter: A Pocket Review      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
We give a brief review of the current constraints and prospects for detection of higgsino dark matter in low-scale supersymmetry. In the first part we argue, after performing a survey of all potential dark matter particles in the MSSM, that the (nearly) pure higgsino is the only candidate emerging virtually unscathed from the wealth of observational data of recent years. In doing so by virtue of its gauge quantum numbers and electroweak symmetry breaking only, it maintains at the same time a relatively high degree of model-independence. In the second part we properly review the prospects for detection of a higgsino-like neutralino in direct underground dark matter searches, collider searches, and indirect astrophysical signals. We provide estimates for the typical scale of the superpartners and fine tuning in the context of traditional scenarios where the breaking of supersymmetry is mediated at about the scale of Grand Unification and where strong expectations for a timely detection of higgsinos in underground detectors are closely related to the measured mass of the Higgs boson at the LHC.
          Watch Astrophysics ‘Breakthrough’ Announcement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tune in today as a team of international astrophysicists unveil a “breakthrough” discovery. The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) is hosting a press conference to announce recent “multi-messenger astrophysics findings,” led by the […]

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          Forrest Gump - Masterworks Collection - Digibook (Blu-ray) für 9,96€ & Top Gun - The Masterworks Collection - Digibook (Blu-ray) für 8,65€ (Media Dealer)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
9,96€ - Media Dealer
Moin, bei Media Dealer erhaltet ihr den Film Forrest Gump - Masterworks Collection mit Digibook und auf Blu-ray für 9,96€ inkl. Versand. Außerdem gibts noch den Film Top Gun - The Masterworks Collection - Digibook (Blu-ray) für 8,65€.

Preisvergleich 14,99€ (12,94 2x verfügbar)
Preisvergleich 9,97€ (Top Gun)

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Drei turbulente Jahrzehnte hindurch erlebt Forrest eine Reihe von Abenteuern, in denen er vom körperlichen Schwächling zum Football-Star wird, vom Vietnamhelden zum Krabben-König und die ihn nach allerhöchsten Ehrungen durch das Weiße Haus in die Arme seiner einzigen, wahren Liebe bringen. Forrest ist die Verkörperung einer Ära - ein Unschuldiger in einem Amerika, das gerade seine Unschuld verliert. Sein Herz weiß, was sein beschränkter IQ nicht fassen kann. Sein moralischer Kompass weicht niemals vom Kurs ab. Seine Triumphe haben uns alle beeindruckt.

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Leutnant Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise) und sein Freund, der Radaroffizier "Goose" (Anthony Edwards) wollen die Nr. 1 werden. Einer ihrer ernsthaften Rivalen ist "Iceman" Kazansky (Val Kilmer). Privat sammelt "Maverick" erheblich Punkte bei der schönen Charlotte (Kelly Mc Gillis), seine Ausbilderin in Astrophysik. Aber nicht alle Zeichen stehen für "Maverick" auf Sieg. Bei einem waghalsigen Scheinluftkampf gerät die F14-Tomcat außer Kontrolle. Die Besatzung kann sich nur noch durch Schleudersitz retten, doch "Goose" wird dabei tödlich verletzt. Jetzt will "Maverick" aufgeben.Charlotte und Commander Metcalf (Tom Skerritt) sind aber anderer Meinung und so bekommt er seinen große Chance...
          Kernphysik: Die unbekannten Regionen der Nuklidkarte      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Kernphysikern ist ein wichtiger Schritt zur Erforschung bisher unbekannter Atomkerne gelungen: Sie haben die Massen von sechs neutronenreichen Chrom-Isotopen mit bisher unerreichter Präzision bestimmt. Dies lieferte wichtige Erkenntnisse zur Stabilität dieser exotischen Kerne, die auch für astrophysikalische Prozesse bei der Entstehung schwerer Elemente von Bedeutung sein können. (11. Juli 2018)
          Watch Astrophysics ‘Breakthrough’ Announcement      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Tune in tomorrow as a team of international astrophysicists unveil a “breakthrough” discovery. The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) is hosting a press conference to announce recent “multi-messenger astrophysics findings,” led by the […]

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          Nearby exoplanet Ross 128 b is looking more and more like Earth’s bigger cousin      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Exoplanet discoveries have been coming fast and furious for several years now, thanks in large part to increasingly power telescope technology that allows us to study the heavens in greater detail than ever. Many of the exoplanets that astronomers spot are very clearly inhospitable to life due to their distance from their star, or the chemical signatures we are able to detect from afar, but Ross 128 b, located just 11 light years away, is much different. Ross 128 b is a planet orbiting the star Ross 128 (see how that works?), and it's within what is known as the "goldilocks" zone, which is the distance from its host star that would make its surface neither too not nor too cold to support life. Scientists have known about Ross 128 b's location for some time already, but new research is giving even more weight to the theory that the planet could indeed be an Earth-alike. Because Ross 128 b is such a rare case — orbiting a bizarrely inactive red dwarf star that is calm enough to potentially allow life to take root on its nearby planet — scientists wanted to figure out what the planet is actually made of. In order to do that, they took a closer look at the star that it orbits. The work was published in Astrophysical Journal Letters. In a planetary system, the star and the planets that surround it are largely made of the same kind of material. The chemical composition of the star is a good indicator for how much of various elements is present within the planets that surround it, and scientists can study the light that the star produces to get a rough idea of what's inside. Ross 128 is looking very, very promising. The star is smaller than our Sun, but it has comparable levels of iron. Combining that with a measurement of the star's magnesium levels, the team was able to determine that its nearby planet is almost certainly rocky, like Earth, and it might even be larger than our own planet. Using size estimates, the planet's levels of heat and light exposure were also calculated, and the planet falls well within the limits to support life as we know it on Earth. "It's exciting what we can learn about another planet by determining what the light from its host star tells us about the system's chemistry," lead researcher Diogo Souto explains. "Although Ross 128 b is not Earth's twin, and there is still much we don't know about its potential geologic activity, we were able to strengthen the argument that it's a temperate planet that could potentially have liquid water on its surface."


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