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✨Nebulosas de Orión y Cabeza de Caballo
✨Orion Nebulae and Horse Head
✨Nebulosas de Orión y Cabeza de Caballo
✨Nebulosas de Orión y Cabeza de Caballo
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💫City of Stars
City of Stars
City of Stars
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✨Campo amplio de NGC 1999
✨Wide field of NGC 1999
✨Campo amplio de NGC 1999
✨Campo amplio de NGC 1999
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✨🇲️🇦️🇬️🇮️🇨️🇦️🇱️ 🇺️🇳️🇮️🇻️🇪️🇷️🇸️🇪️ - The galaxy and the supernova

The southern constellation Reticulum is certainly not a big hit for amateur astronomers. This small, shadowy, diamond-shaped constellation, located not far from the Great Magellanic Cloud, is often overlooked. But recently, astronomers had a closer look at a galaxy located in this constellation. And more precisely in an explosive star housed in the spiral galaxy NGC 1559. On the night of August 4, 2005, the famous Australian amateur astronomer and discoverer of supernovas, the Reverend Robert Evans, discovered a supernova north of this galaxy with his 0.31 m telescope. It was the explosion of a 13.8 magnitude star, only 20 times weaker than the entire host galaxy. Being the 104th supernova discovered in 2005, it received the name SN 2005df. Notably, Evans had already discovered two other supernovas in the same galaxy: in 1984 (SN 1984J) and in 1986 (SN 1986L). The following night, astronomer Marilena Salvo and her Australian colleagues classified the supernova as somewhat unusual type Ia, captured probably 10 days before reaching its maximum brightness. It is believed that this supernova is the result of the explosion of a small, dense star, a white dwarf, within a binary system. As her partner was continually shedding matter on the white dwarf, the white dwarf reached a critical mass, causing fatal instability and the resulting supernova. These are exactly a type of supernova in which some astronomers are interested. In particular, they study the properties of.....
✨La galaxia y la supernova
✨La galaxia y la supernova
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✨NGC 6872
✨NGC 6872
✨NGC 6872
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✨🇲️🇦️🇬️🇮️🇨️🇦️🇱️ 🇺️🇳️🇮️🇻️🇪️🇷️🇸️🇪️ - Small portion of the Deep 3 Field

The image presented here is one of the deepest images of the sky. It is the combination of 714 frames for a total exposure time of 64.5 hours obtained through four different filters (B, V, R and I). It consists of four adjacent points of the wide field chamber of 33x34 arcminutes each, which cover a total area of ​​more than one square degree. However, if you looked at this large part of the sky with the naked eye, what you would see would be ... nothing. The area, called Deep 3, was chosen to be a field of random but high vacuum galactic latitude, positioned in such a way that it can be observed from the La Silla observatory throughout the year. Along with two other regions, Deep 1 and Deep 2, Deep 3 is part of Deep Public Survey (DPS), based on ideas presented by the ESO community and covering a total area of ​​3 square degrees of sky. Deep 1 and Deep 2 were selected because they overlapped with regions of other scientific interest. For example, Deep 1 was chosen to complement the deep ATESP radio research, conducted with the Australian Telescope Compact Array (ATCA) covering the region studied by the ESO Slice Project, while Deep 2 included the CDF-S field. Each region is observed in the optical with the WFI, and in the near infrared with SOFI in the 3.5 m New Technology Telescope also in La Silla. Deep 3 is located in the.....
✨Pequeña porción del Campo Deep 3
✨Pequeña porción del Campo Deep 3
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💫Sombrero Galaxy, A Great Observatories View
Sombrero Galaxy, A Great Observatories View
Sombrero Galaxy, A Great Observatories View
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✨NGC 3576 y 3603 desde Antilhue Observatory
✨NGC 3576 and 3603 from Antilhue Observatory
✨NGC 3576 y 3603 desde Antilhue Observatory
✨NGC 3576 y 3603 desde Antilhue Observatory
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💫A Tantalising Veil
A Tantalising Veil
A Tantalising Veil
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