Mencegah Pemanasan Global - Karena kesulitan yang melibatkan penyebab pemanasan global internasional hingga mendapat jauh lebih diiklankan, banyak orang mempertanyakan tepatnya apa ya...
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
NGC 6240 - a particularly beautiful butterfly galaxy (sometimes also known as "Lobster Galaxy"). It is composed of a pair of lesser galaxies, which are in the process of merging into each other. These visually enthralling galaxies are located in the Ophiuchus Constellation, at a distance of roughly 400 million light-years from Earth. Ophiuchius is other wise known as the "Serpent Holder". The galaxies will eventually merge completely together within some tens, to hundreds of millions of years. When this finally happens, it is thought that the two giant black holes within these galaxies will drift toward one another, formaing an even bigger black hole.
ARP 148galaxies, what followed, was the formation of a circular ring galaxy and a long streak which is the other galaxy. The collision between the two original galaxies cause a shockwave which pulled matter into the central core, which subsequently caused it to expand into the ring shape you can see before you. Arp 148 is situated in Ursa Major,otherwise known as "the Great Bear" (Ursa means bear in Latin, and Major means larger), Arp148 is approximately 500 million light-years from Earth.
Large objects filmed in space
Enigmatic Video footage of anomalous objects using special high speed telescopic video photography by John Lenard Walson
Large objects in Space
Far above Space and Time
Blip TV F.A.S.T. Channel
F.A.S.T. RSS feed on Blip TV