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AAS WorldWide Telescope is a tool for showcasing astronomical data and knowledge. Launch the Web Client! It’s not a physical telescope — it’s a suite of free and open source software and data sets that combine to create stunning scientific visualizations and stories.
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New Virtual Telescope Online
New Virtual Telescope Online Microsoft Research develops free, Web-based software for exploring and learning more about the universe By Gregory Mone May 13, 2008 WorldWide Telescope A screenshot
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Mission Operations – 360-Degree Virtual Tour
Take a 360-degree, virtual tour of the Hubble Space Telescope’s home for mission operations, the Space Telescope Operations Control Center (STOCC) at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. Begin in the lobby to learn about the orbiting spacecraft. Visit the Mission Operations Room, where the flight operators command and monitor Hubble. Step into the Operations …
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Supermoon 2021 LIVE stream: How to watch the Super …

按一下以檢視0:26作者: Sebastian Kettley
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Interactive Sky Chart
Chart the stars and planets visible to the unaided eye from any location, at any time of day or night, on any date between the years 1600 to 2400. Simply enter your location, either via zip code, city, or latitude/longitude, and find out what’s up in your sky tonight!
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Upcoming Events – Sky & Telescope
Astronomy is intimately connected to our most basic need; the quest to know where we fit in the grand scheme of things. We’re lucky to live in a time when we’ve come to understand the basic rules of planetary motion, stellar evolution, and the origin of the universe.
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Huge asteroid Apophis will safely fly past Earth tonight. …

Here’s where to watch live online. By Elizabeth Howell 05 March 2021 An image of the asteroid Apophis captured by the Virtual Telescope Project, which is based in Rome, on March 2, 2021.
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Watch Live As Asteroid Has Close Encounter With Earth …

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Solar System Scope
Online 3D simulation of the Solar System and night sky in real-time – the Sun, planets, dwarf planets, comets, stars and constellations We’ve launched new Solar System Scope: SPACE SHOP – to bring you your own SOLAR SPACE GEAR.Btw by purchasing
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The Virtual Telescope Project will also air a supermoon show on Sunday, featuring shots of the full moon rising over the skyline of Rome. You can watch it online here, beginning at 11 a.m. EST (1600 GMT). [Supermoon Secrets: 7 Surprising Big Moon Facts]
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Sistema Solare
Torna a “Gallery” Supporta il Virtual Telescope Project! Se ognuno donasse qualcosa ora, la nostra campagna di fundrising si concluderebbe in pochi giorni. Dona ora e ricevi un’immagine della Luna in eclissi sul Colosseo e una di un asteroide potenzialmente pericoloso ripreso con il Virtual Telescope, realizzata in ESCLUSIVA per i nostri sostenitori!
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Dal 2006, il Virtual Telescope Project è stato un pioniere nel campo della comunicazione scientifica, trasmettendo in diretta su web centinaia di eventi astronomici, incluse sessioni osservative di fenomeni rari e spettacolari, con tanto di commento in

Virtual Telescope Brings Universe Down to Earth
Virtual Telescope Brings Universe Down to Earth By Staff 13 May 2008 The Great Orion Nebula as seen by Microsoft’s free online WorldWide Telescope. (Image credit: Microsoft Corporation)