Supernova Shockwave has being captured in the visible light for First Time

Supernova Shockwave has being captured in the visible light for First Time

United States: Kepler space telescope analyzed data from planet hunter of NASA with astronomer having capturing for 1st time brilliant flashes of star’s exploding shockwaves or “shock breakouts” in visible lights or optical wavelengths. Teams had been led by Peter Garnavich, astrophysics professor at University of Notre Dame in Indiana. He analysed lights being captured by Kepler’s in all 30 minutes over 3 year periods from distant galaxy 500 numbered for searching fewer 50 trillion stars. Team hunted for massive signs of stellar deathening explosions called “Supernova”. Explosive deaths of…

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NASA Camera Captures Moon’s Shadow During recent Solar Eclipse on March 9, 2016

NASA Camera Captures Moon’s Shadow During recent Solar Eclipse on March 9, 2016

United States: NASA’s  camera captured the moon’s shadow cross the surface of the earth during the solar eclipse occurred on March 9, 2016. This video consists of the animation of 13 images which was captured by NASA’s Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC). This camera can discover satellite situated 1 million miles from Earth toward the sun. You can see the shadow of the moon first starts over Indian Ocean, pass through Indonesia and Australia into the open waters and islands of Oceania. Watch the video of the Solar Eclipse now

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