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Henry Rouhivuori
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Administratör med intresse för fotografering, Linux och astronomi.
Administratör med intresse för fotografering, Linux och astronomi.

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Red Moon and Mars
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Magnus Andersson (PP): "Den 25/5 röstade regeringen, i EU:s ministerråd, fram två förslag som utgör angrepp på två av internets viktigaste grundpelare - länken och uppladdningen" #Piratpartiet
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We often look at rocky exoplanets when searching for habitability beyond our solar system, but what about gas giants? Although their gaseous atmospheres and non-terrestrial surfaces aren’t ideal for housing life, their rocky moons could be. Recently, data from NASA’s Kepler spacecraft unearthed over 100 gas giants within the habitable zones of stars, giving researchers targets for potentially habitable exomoons.
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"Oh Donald, I know You don't believe in climate change, but Storms are coming, Baby"
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K2-18 is a nearby M2.5 dwarf, located at 34 pc and hosting a transiting planet which was first discovered by the K2 mission and later confirmed with Spitzer Space Telescope observations.
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Gaia’s all-sky view of our Milky Way Galaxy and neighbouring galaxies, based on measurements of nearly 1.7 billion stars. The map shows the total brightness and colour of stars observed by the ESA satellite in each portion of the sky between July 2014 and May 2016. Brighter regions indicate denser concentrations of especially bright stars, while darker regions correspond to patches of the sky where fewer bright stars are observed.
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When it comes to searching for evidence of life elsewhere in the Solar System, certain places will always make the top of the list, such as Mars, Europa, Enceladus and Titan. They are considered to be the planet and moons most likely to biologically active, either now or in the distant past. But there is one more planet which, at first thought, would be one of the least likely environments – Venus.
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