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'Once in a Blue Moon' typically means rare or absurd. This year, it means tonight! According to modern folklore, the second full moon in a month is a "Blue Moon." But of course that doesn't mean it's necessarily blue. Step outside at sunset, look east and see what color presents itself.
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Elongated streams of plasma zipped back and forth along magnetic field lines above several active regions on the Sun (July 27, 2015). This kind of activity is rather common, but interesting to watch up close as the streams of particles twist and turn and zip back and forth. These images were taken of ionized Helium heated to 60,000 degrees C. in a wavelength of extreme ultraviolet light.
Credit: Solar Dynamics Observatory/NASA
Date: July 27, 2015
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NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii have made independent confirmations of an exoplanet orbiting far from its central star. The planet was discovered through a technique called gravitational microlensing.
This finding opens a new piece of discovery space in the extrasolar planet hunt: to uncover planets as far from their central stars as Jupiter and Saturn are from our sun. The Hubble and Keck Observatory results will appear in two papers in the July 30 edition of the Astrophysical Journal.
The large majority of exoplanets cataloged so far are very close to their host stars because several current planet-hunting techniques favor finding planets in short-period orbits. But this is not the case with the microlensing technique, which can find more distant and colder planets in long-period orbits that other methods cannot detect.
Microlensing occurs when a foreground star amplifies the light of a background star that momentarily aligns with it. If the foreground star has planets, then the planets may also amplify the light of the background star, but for a much shorter period of time than their host star. The exact timing and amount of light amplification can reveal clues to the nature of the foreground star and its accompanying planets.
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