Thursday, March 22, 2012

Amateaur Scientists can now work with NASA and Keplar Data to Discover New Planets

NASA Keplar and Fermie Research
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Exoplanets - NASA's search for other planets like earth, maybe even life. Making History is a first time opportunity for citizens to work with NASA and keplar mission survey datas. Aiding the search to find other planets like earth. This Opportunity is for looking a bit more fine-tuned into the mass of data from NASA's survey missions.

Your efforts are welcomed because of the overwhelming amount of data, and the fact that people are likely to discover planets that technology used sometimes overlook. Many discoveries have already happened, citizens scientists are welcomed to work with NASA and


Astronomers now have some details of an exotic nearby alien planet.
The exoplanet, called 55 Cancri e, is 60 percent larger in diameter than Earth but eight times as massive, researchers revealed. That makes the alien world the densest solid planet known. NASA's infrared Spitzer Space Telescope spotted light from the alien planet 55 Cancri e which orbits in a nearby solar system 41 light yrs away.

NASA pursuing space exploration and research makes history again. Until now scientists have never managed to detect the infrared light from the super-Earth world.
 Spitzer program scientist Bill Danch of NASA headquarters in Washington in a statement "The spacecraft is pioneering the study of atmospheres of distant planets and paving the way for NASA's upcoming James Webb Space Telescope to apply a similar technique on
potentially habitable planets."

Spitzer first detected infrared light from an alien planet in 2005. But that world was a hot Jupiter a gas giant planet much larger than 55 Cancri e that orbited extremely close to its parent star. Spitzer's view of the 55 Cancri e is the first time the light from a rocky super-Earth type planet has been seen, researchers said.Since the discovery of 55 Cancri e, astronomers have pinned down increasingly strange features about the planet. The researchers already knew it was part of an alien solar system containing five exoplanets centered on the star 55 Cancri in the constellation Cancer (The Crab).


Dec 20. 2011 Video- Keplar -20e and -20f Two Earth like planets



2011 Video -NASA Announces Keplars Goldilocks Planets (54)


How to see our Universe through Gamma Rays 2012
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NASA's Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope detected almost 500 sources of gamma ray emitting objects in its field of view. But the sources for more then 30% of them are completely unknown. Black holes and neutron stars emit gamma rays, the rest we've yet to imagine.
Check Out this Video Explaing How to See the Universe through gamma rays.


Take a Look Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope's Picture of our Galaxy


Milkyway Over Death Valley


Other Fameous Galaxies

Andromeda Galaxy

M82 Starburst Galaxy



Like to know more, check NASA's

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