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A different pair of eyes

As you are probably aware from the potential of microwaves to cause your cup of coffee to boil over, the universe is filled with electromagnetic waves which are largely invisible to us. Sometimes they reveal quite interesting things. The "Cool Cosmos" site shows a number of photos of the sun and moon using different wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. The xray photo's of the sun look like it has spent a few too many minutes in the microwave and is starting to explode.

Oh, and by the way, on a clear night Mars is shining brightly right now. Apparently it is as close to the Earth as it is going to be for many years.


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The "Discover the Cosmos" site has a nice picture of the last launch of a Titan IVB, bringing to an end an era of defense and space exploration vehicles.


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