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Adrian Pruna
Trimis: 17 Sep 2006, 10:28 PM


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Cea mai indepărtată galaxie cunoscută

O echipa de cercetători de la Observatorul Astronomic National al Japoniei (OANJ), condusă de Masanori Iye (OANJ), Kazukaki Ota (Universitatea din Tokyo) și Nobunari Kashikawa (OANJ) a raportat pe 14 Septembrie 2006, în primul număr de toamnă al revistei „Nature”, descoperirea celei mai îndepărtate galaxii cunoscută pâna acum.

Utilizând telescopul Subaru din Hawaii (SUA), aceștia au filmat o regiune din constelatia Coma Berenices ce cuprindea 41533 de obiecte, dintre care numai câteva le-au atras atentia. Printre acestea se afla si o galaxie care prezenta o deplasare spre rosu a liniilor spectrale de 6,964 (deplasarea spre rosu fiind adimensionala), confirmând ca aceasta era obiectul aflat la cea mai mare distanta observat pâna azi – 12,88 miliarde de ani-lumina. Catalogat IOK-1 (dupa initialele principalilor observatori) obiectul a existat cu numai 780 de milioane de ani dupa nasterea Universului prin procesul Big-Bang (eveniment petrecut în urma cu circa 13,66 miliarde de ani).


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http://www.cersenin.org/astropub/preview/galaxie.htm


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Adrian Pruna
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Luna aceasta, pe cerul de seara, imediat dupa apusul Soarelui si pana la ora 23.00, puteti admira cometa Swan.

In luna noiembrie cometa Swan traverseaza constelatia Hercules situata in partea vestica a cerului. Cometa se afla la limita vizibilitatii ochiului uman, dar poate fi usor observata cu un binoclu sau telescop. Din a doua parte a lunii noiembrie va scadea in stralucire si nu va mai putea fi admirata cu ochiul liber.

Cei ce observa pentru prima data o cometa vor vedea un obiect asemanator stelelor, dar cu un aspect nebular, difuz. Cometa este un corp ceresc ce apartine sistemului solar, cu aspect de stea cu coada. O cometa este alcatuita dintr-un nucleu , format din gheata si roca, care este inconjurat de o masa nebuloasa de gaze rarefiate, ceea ce formeaza coama cometei. In momentul apropierii de Soare, masa nebuloasa se volatilizeaza, capatand o prelungire numita coada cometei, care este indreptata in directia opusa Soarelui.

pentru hartile detaliate consultati:
http://www.cersenin.org/astropub/preview/swan.htm


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Adrian Pruna
Trimis: 20 Nov 2006, 08:41 PM


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Argint și Bronz la Olimpiada Internațională de Astronomie:

Lotul de Astronomie al României s-a întors astăzi, 20 Noiembrie 2006, de la Olimpiada Internațională de Astronomie, ce a avut loc în India, cu două medalii. Una de argint prin Oprescu Miruna și una de bronz prin Ioo Vilmos.

Echipajul României a constat din:
•juniori
- Cirstoiu Cristina – Colegiul Liceal “Vlaicu Voda” Curtea de Argeș
- Cosma Paul Radu – Școala “Regina Maria” Sibiu
- Oprescu Antonia Miruna – Liceul Teoretic “Ovidius”, Constanța

•seniori
- Ioo Vilmos - Colegiul National “I.M. Clain”, Blaj
- Turcu Traian – Liceul de Informatica “Tiberiu Popoviciu” Cluj-Napoca

•Profesori insotitori
-Radu Zapotinschi – Facultatea de Matematica, Universitatea din Cluj
-Anca Marian – Colegiul National “I.M. Clain”, Blaj



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Felicitari lotului de astronomie!! sign28.gif


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New Horizons, o sonda spatiala spre Pluto

New Horizons îsi propune sa modeleze suprafata, interiorul si atmosfera lui Pluto si Charon, precum si pe ale diverselor obiecte întâlnite în centura lui Kuiper.

New Horizons a fost lansata pe 19 ianuarie 2006, cu o naveta Atlas V, de la baza Cape Canaveral din Florida, America, în directia Pluto, via Jupiter. Primele 13 luni ale misiunii au constat în verificari ale instrumentelor de la bordul navei, si în corectii ale traiectoriei pe care o avea de urmat, adica pregatiri pentru întâlnirea cu Jupiter. Cel mai important test a fost întâlnirea cu 2002 JF56 de pe 13 Iunie 2007, un asteroid cu un diametru mai mic de 5 km, pe lânga care New Horizons a trecut la o distanta de cam 100000 de km.

Stirea completa la adresa: Misiunea New Horizons


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Adrian Pruna
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Pentru ca a circulat multe zvonuri in aceasta perioada in mass-media va anunt ca eclipsa de luna din 28 August 2007 nu este vizibila din tara noastra.
http://sunearth.gsfc.nasa.gov/eclipse/LEmo...E2007Aug28.html


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Lotul de Astronomie al Romaniei s-a intors cu 4 medalii de la Olimpiada Internationala de Astronomie desfasurata in Italia: http://www.cersenin.org/astropub/preview/oia2008.html


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Scholarships: Amherst College to Extend Need-Blind Admission Policy

Amherst College to Extend Need-Blind Admission Policy to International Students

Submitted by Emanuel Costache. Last edited on Wed, 2008-04-09 12:35.

April 9, 2008
Contact: Caroline Jenkins Hanna
Director of Media Relations
413/542-8417

AMHERST, Mass.-Amherst College's board of trustees has voted to extend
the school's need-blind admission policy to international students. The
change, which will take effect during the 2008-09 admissions cycle,
makes the school one of just eight colleges and universities in the
United States to offer such a consideration to applicants from other
countries.

"From the earliest days of Amherst's existence, the college has
recognized the value of attracting the most talented students from all over
the world to our community," said President Anthony W. Marx. "By making
the admission process need-blind for all applicants-including those from
other countries-we hope that we are only reinforcing the message that
we welcome all students to apply, regardless of financial standing. It
is in everyone's best interest that we are doing what we can to educate
the best mix of future leaders."

"Need-blind" means that a school makes admission decisions without
holding financial need against that applicant. Amherst also agrees to meet
the full financial need of every student who is admitted. Under
previous guidelines, the college was need-blind only for American citizens
and permanent residents.

Tom Parker, Amherst's dean of admission and financial aid, said that
when he meets guidance counselors from outside the United States, they
always ask whether Amherst is need-blind for international students. "If
it's not the first question they ask you, it's the second question they
ask, because it's so critical." Parker added that he expects-and
welcomes-a jump in applications from outside of the United States this fall.
"Now, everyone will be compared with everyone else. It's a level
playing field."

The policy change builds on Amherst's long leadership in the areas of
accessibility and affordability. The college was one of the first in the
country to adopt a need-blind admission policy, and, in 1999, the
first to eliminate loans for low-income students. Then, this past July,
Amherst became one of the first in the nation to eliminate loans for every
undergraduate, beginning in the 2008-09 academic year.

In recent years, international students have made up about 8 percent of
the college's student body. Many of them receive financial aid in the
form of college grants and work-study jobs, like their American
classmates. Students from Africa and Latin America are also eligible for two
need-based scholarships, the Koenig Scholarship for talented low-income
students and the Nelson Mandela Scholarship for students from South
Africa or Mozambique. Unlike their American classmates, however, those
from other countries are ineligible for federal grants.

Amherst records show that the earliest international student to attend
the college was Nicholas Petrocokino, a member of the Class of 1829 and
a native of Chios, Greece. Other notable international alumni include
Joseph Hardy Neesima of Japan, Class of 1870, founder of the school
that would become Doshisha University; Albert II, Class of 1982, Prince of
Monaco; and Kimmie Weeks of Liberia, Class of 2005, global activist
and humanitarian who founded Youth Action International.

Founded in 1821 for "the education of indigent young men of piety and
talents," Amherst College is now widely regarded as one of the premier
liberal arts colleges in the nation, enrolling a diverse group of
approximately 1,600 young men and women. Well known for its academic
excellence, Amherst is also considered among the very best schools in the
country in terms of accessibility: The college's financial aid packages are
consistently among the most generous in the U.S., and, among its peer
universities and colleges, Amherst has the greatest economic diversity.

Diversity, in its broadest sense, is fundamental to Amherst's mission.
The college enrolls students from every state and more than 40
countries, and, for the past several years, nearly 40 percent of Amherst's
students have been students of color. Amherst offers the B.A. degree in 34
fields of study.


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Se fac înscrieri în Campania de căutare a asteroizilor.
Doar câteva locuri sunt disponibile...http://www.astronomerswithoutborders.org/g...grams/1009.html

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Interesant... Dupa atatia ani de cand ai postat mai aflu si eu lucruri noi despre univers cand e atat de veche stirea... Si cand te gandessti ca mi-am luat un telescop si din an in paste il folosesc desi ma pasioneaza astrologia, dar nu prea am timp... Toata stima

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