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Finally! Not being funny like but you could of at least explained your absence! You dropped of quicker than a particle of light in a vacuum
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Just made 100K Subscribers

Thanks to all of you who have watched over the years. It's been a really great experience so far. 

Yes, I do have plans to celebrate... Wait for it!
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With the +Hubble Space Telescope , if astronomers missed seeing something once in their data, they haven't missed it forever. Thanks to the wealth of information stored in the Hubble data archive, and given enough time to come up with more clever ways of scientific analysis, they can revisit existing observations and make new discoveries not caught initially.

Such is the case with four disks of planetary debris uncovered in images of young stars that astronomers retrieved from the Barbara A. Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes (MAST). A fifth disk image, which was an unpublished borderline detection by Hubble from 2007, was also recovered. These disks are telltale evidence for newly formed planets.

Please join +Tony Darnell as he discusses an amazing technique developed by Dr. Rémi Soummer and his team at STScI to extract hidden planetary disks from Hubble data.  The technique involves systematically removing bright light from a star, eventually revealing the disk hidden in its glare.

#hubble   #exoplanets  
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We've reached an important milestone this week: 100,000 subscribers to the Deep Astronomy YouTube channel and to celebrate, we're going to hold our first Deep Astronomy Hangout with +Tony Darnell.

This inaugural hangout will feature +Carolyn Collins Petersen, an outstanding author and science communicator (not to mention a long time friend) who has just written a book entitled 'Astronomy 101' available on Amazon in the link below.  She is also very knowledgable about Hubble (she has written a book and a planetarium show about it) and all things astronomy so our first hangout promises to be a great one, hope you can watch!

Also to help celebrate will be +Scott Lewis and +Ian O'Neill and of course YOU GUYS: Space Fans who have been with us from the very beginning.

Hubble Vision 2 Planetarium Show:
http://www.lochnessproductions.com/shows/hv2/hv2.html

Here's a link to Carolyn's book on Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Astronomy-101-Wormholes-Theories-Discoveries/dp/1440563594/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1404339414&sr=8-1
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Hubble's Ultra Deep Field with Ultraviolet Light - A richer palette to look at our beautiful Universe with. 
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Great Public Lecture Tonight

I'll be working the comments and addressing questions.  Hope to see you there!
 
Hubble Public Lecture Series is hosted by Dr. +Frank Summers and presented the first Tuesday of every month at 8 p.m. Eastern Time (12 a.m. GMT).  They are open to all and available on YouTube Live.

This month's speaker is Dr. +Bonnie Meinke, an astronomer at the Space Telescope Science Institute.

Earth's Moon is so familiar to us, yet there are hundreds of other moons in our solar system that still remain exotic.

Take a journey from our Moon to the weird and wonderful collection of moons across interplanetary space. Explore volcanoes, oceans and clouds that make these distant worlds much more recognizable than one might have guessed. And consider how these familiar geologic features could create ideal conditions for life to take hold and flourish!

Please join us and we will also try to answer any questions during the talk.
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Kepler has opened up a new universe. Only about 20 years ago, we didn't know if there were any other planets around any other stars besides our own, now we know we live in a galaxy that contains more planets than stars. Every star in our galaxy has on average 1.6 planets in orbit around it.
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Is there life on any of them? If not, it would seem a terrible waste of space.
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