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La primera es muy sencillita. Con los datos obtenidos de exoplanet.eu, Alex Parker ha ordenado los exoplanetas conocidos hasta ahora por el tamaño del radio y ha señalado en amarillo los de nuestro Sistema Solar. La imagen muestra una mayoría de exoplanetas gigantes, pero esto se debe en parte a ...
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Great news about that new nova in Sagittarius. It’s still climbing in brightness and now ranks as the brightest nova seen from mid-northern latitudes in nearly two years. Even from the northern states, where Sagittarius hangs low in the sky before dawn,…
Great news about that new nova in Sagittarius. It's still climbing in brightness and now ranks as the brightest nova seen from mid-northern latitudes in nearly two years. Even from the northern sta...
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A Double Eclipse of the Sun
Image Credit & Copyright: Thierry Legault
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150322.html

Can the Sun be eclipsed twice at the same time? Last Friday was noteworthy because part of the Earth was treated to a rare total eclipse of the Sun. But also on Friday, from a part of the Earth that only saw part of the Sun eclipsed, a second object appeared simultaneously in front of the Sun: the Earth-orbiting International Space Station. Although space station eclipses are very quick -- in this case only 0.6 seconds, they are not so rare. Capturing this composite image took a lot of planning and a little luck, as the photographer had to dodge a series of third objects that kept, annoyingly, also lining up in front of the Sun: clouds. The above superposed time-lapse sequence was taken from Fregenal de la Sierra in southern Spain. The dark disk of the Moon dominates the lower right, while the Sun's textured surface shows several filaments and, over an edge, a prominence.
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Una portada contra la anticiencia que se pliega al fanatismo anticientífico.
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'National Geographic' ha eliminado la referencia a la evolución en la portada del número de marzo de su edición árabe, dedicada, como en otros países, a la guerra a la ciencia declarada por quienes dicen que “la evolución nunca ocurrió” y otros colectivos.
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Las efemérides para el mes de marzo de 2015
http://www.cielodecomellas.org/el-cielo-hoy
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Sólo hay una 'religión verdadera' y en España aparece en el Boletín Oficial del Estado.
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La escuela pública española enseña a los niños que Dios ha intervenido en la Historia y que los libros del Antiguo Testamento recogen hechos reales. Esos disparates y otros similares forman parte del currículo de la asignatura de religión católica.
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El próximo Cielo del Mes será el jueves 5 de marzo, a las 19:30 en la Casa de la Ciencia de Sevilla. Más información en:
http://www.cielodecomellas.org/2015/02/el-cielo-del-mes-de-marzo-de-2015.html
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Are you ready for the Hubble Space Telescope's 25th birthday this Friday? Learn more about #Hubble25: http://hubble25th.org

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Looks like the Sagittarius Teapot’s got a new whistle. On March 15, John Seach of Chatsworth Island, NSW, Australia discovered a probable nova in the heart of the constellation using a DSLR camera and fast 50mm lens. Checks revealed no bright asteroid or…
Looks like the Sagittarius Teapot's got a new whistle. On March 15, John Seach of Chatsworth Island, NSW, Australia discovered a probable nova in the heart of the constellation using a DSLR camera ...
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The Big Dipper Enhanced
Image Credit & Copyright: VegaStar Carpentier
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150317.html

Do you see it? This common question frequently precedes the rediscovery of one of the most commonly recognized configurations of stars on the northern sky: the Big Dipper. This grouping of stars is one of the few things that has likely been seen, and will be seen, by every human generation. In this featured image, however, the stars of the Big Dipper have been digitally enhanced -- they do not really appear this much brighter than nearby stars. The image was taken earlier this month from France. The Big Dipper is not by itself a constellation. Although part of the constellation of the Great Bear (Ursa Major), the Big Dipper is an asterism that has been known by different names to different societies. Five of the Big Dipper stars are actually near each other in space and were likely formed at nearly the same time. Relative stellar motions will cause the Big Dipper to slowly change its apparent configuration over the next 100,000 years.
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El cielo de marzo, la puerta de entrada a la primavera.
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Como venimos haciendo cada mes, hacemos alusión al enlace que corresponde a la revista estadounidense Sky&Telescope. En ésta ocasión deberemos imprimir, la página 5 que se corresponde con el cielo visible en el hemisferio Nor...
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Constelación de Cáncer desde un dibujo de Uranographia de Johann Bode (1801) El Pesebre (Praesepe en latín) es quizá uno de los objetos más bonitos de cuántos podemos observar en los cielos cuando el invierno le abre la puert...
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Un lugar muy concurrido, los pimientos mozárabes, o los flamenquines (deliciosos) suelen acabarse si no se va temprano.
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Me gustaría que la pizza fuera artesana, como pizza de franquicia no está mal, peor es telepizza. El resto de platos la verdad dejan bastante que desear. Los raviolis en salsa de queso era en realidad pasta pasada nadando en aceite.
Food: Poor - FairDecor: GoodService: Good
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