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ASTRONOMICAL OBJECTS
OBJECTS
TRANS-NEPTUNIAN OBJECTS
MESSIER
HH OBJECTS
AUTOSTAR CONTROLLER
HERBIG-HARO OBJECTS
DEEP-SKY OBJECTS
STARS GALAXIES
KUIPER BELT
CELESTIAL OBJECTS
SEVERAL OBJECTS
JETS
LOCATING
TWO OBJECTS
FREE-FLOATING
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Definitions

  1. Objects are listed alphabetically by constellation along with RA and Dec coordinates, dimensions, magnitude, and orientation. (Web site)
  2. Astronomical objects are significant physical entities, associations or structures which current science has confirmed to exist in space.
  3. Objects are sometimes named for the major constellation in which they appear.
  4. Objects are time tracked. (Web site)
  5. Objects are assigned numerical magnitudes. (Web site)

Astronomical Objects

  1. Over the last few hundred years, the number of identified astronomical objects has risen from hundreds to over a billion, and more are discovered every year. (Web site)
  2. In response to the need for unambiguous names for astronomical objects, it has created a number of systematic naming systems for bodies of various sorts. (Web site)
  3. The IAU is the ultimate maintainer of the namespace of astronomical designations in catalogues of astronomical objects. (Web site)

Objects

  1. The new definition excludes objects that are not the dominant objects in their orbital zones.
  2. As they move away from the parent star, HH objects evolve significantly, varying in brightness on timescales of a few years. (Web site)
  3. The many objects in resonant orbits with Neptune argue that it has migrated outward, he says, shepherding the KBOs with it and locking many into resonances. (Web site)
  4. Frequently, several HH objects are seen near a single energy source, forming a string of objects along the line of the polar axis of the parent star. (Web site)

Trans-Neptunian Objects

  1. According to Mike Brown there may soon be over forty trans-Neptunian objects that qualify as dwarf planets under the IAU's recent definition. (Web site)
  2. Astrometry is the precise measurement of the position and motion of astronomical objects, often with respect to standard star catalogues. (Web site)
  3. The "dwarf planet" Pluto is recognised as an important proto-type of a new class of trans-Neptunian objects.
  4. If you have `new' objects you will receive a list matching your temporary designations to official provisional or permanent designations. (Web site)
  5. In 1992, Jane Luu (Leiden Observatory) and Dave Jewitt (University of Hawaii) discovered the first solar system objects outside the orbits of Neptune. (Web site)

Messier

  1. Messier Marathon is a term describing the attempt to find as many of the Messier objects as possible in a single night.
  2. Charles Messier - Highly detailed biography including links to his full catalogue of 110 objects.
  3. This means the objects in the Messier Catalog are easy to observe for modern amateurs.

Hh Objects

  1. However in 2006 several of these objects were reclassified as dwarf planets, objects distinct from planets.
  2. It also did not address the dispute over the lower mass limit and steered clear of the controversy regarding objects within the Solar System.
  3. Studies showed that HH objects were highly ionised, and early theorists speculated that they might contain low-luminosity hot stars. (Web site)
  4. HH objects are transient phenomena, lasting only a few thousand years at most. (Web site)

Autostar Controller

  1. The RCX400 database has been expanded over the standard library of the LX200GPS to include 180,000 objects.
  2. The Autostar controller makes it easy to find 30,000 celestial objects.
  3. The Meade AutoStar controller helps you quickly find and GoTo over 30000 objects in the night sky.

Herbig-Haro Objects

  1. Herbig-Haro objects are ubiquitous in star-forming regions, and several are often seen around a single star, aligned along its rotational axis. (Web site)
  2. However, not all Herbig-Haro objects are found at the terminal points of bipolar jets. (Web site)

Deep-Sky Objects

  1. The Celestron® SkyMaps astronomy maps lists and charts more than a thousand stars and deep-sky objects.
  2. Deluxe Version: Stars are black, while deep-sky objects are color-coded by type for easy identification.
  3. A great star-hopping guide to the sky's best 100 objects, with finder charts and eyepiece sketches of object appearances.

Stars Galaxies

  1. Objects such as stars galaxies and nebulae will appear significantly brighter.
  2. It displays more than 10000 celestial objects including planets stars galaxies and nebulas.

Kuiper Belt

  1. Pluto, Chiang notes, is the largest of the Kuiper Belt Objects, and its orbit, like that of all the KBOs, is dominated by Neptune. (Web site)
  2. A large class of such objects in the Kuiper Belt has been dubbed Plutinos because they also inhabit this so-called 3:2 resonance. (Web site)
  3. Many images of galaxies, stars, and deep sky objects.
  4. Its viewfinder offers no magnification — it's only used to locate objects and to learn about them.
  5. J. 112, 1238. ["Kuiper belt" = region of transneptunian objects] 29) numerous Pluto-like "planetesimals . (Web site)

Celestial Objects

  1. It calculates the position of many celestial objects (stars, galaxies, nebulae, constellations, planets, comets, etc.) very accurately. (Web site)
  2. An instrument that collects the infrared radiation emitted by celestial objects.
  3. Meade's new ETX-125 Premier Edition virtually aligns itself and finds celestial objects with ease.
  4. Meade LX200R telescopes equipped with UHTC present a quantum leap in image brightness on the full range of celestial objects.

Several Objects

  1. Extragalactic astronomy: the study of objects (mainly galaxies) outside our galaxy.
  2. Before the August 2006 decision, several objects were proposed by astronomers, including at one stage by the IAU, as planets.
  3. Several other objects in both the asteroid belt and the Kuiper belt are under consideration, with as many as 50 that could eventually qualify.
  4. There are eight planets and a large number of smaller objects orbiting the Sun. (Web site)
  5. My thoughts: on the bright side, Pluto and Ceres are unremarkable as planets, but awesome as smaller objects.

Jets

  1. Like HH objects, these supersonic shocks are driven by collimated jets from the two poles of a protostar. (Web site)
  2. Many individual HH objects consist of separate knots or bow shocks, others consist of highly linear chains or jets. (Web site)

Locating

  1. Facilitates locating specific celestial objects. (Web site)
  2. A Green Laser Pointer from Zhumell will point out objects and assist in locating objects in the night sky.
  3. Complete with star charts, telrad circles, and special helps for locating objects. (Web site)

Two Objects

  1. Defines the system of coordinates used and the kinematics of objects in our galaxy.
  2. For example, the Guide Star Catalog II has entries on over 998 million distinct astronomical objects. (Web site)
  3. In observational astronomy, astrometric techniques help identify stellar objects by their unique motions.
  4. Since the two objects in Oph1622 are so far apart, and only weakly bound to each other by gravity, they would not have survived such a chaotic birth. (Web site)
  5. Herschel cataloged over 2500 discoveries, mostly deepsky objects. (Web site)

Free-Floating

  1. Planets are thought to form out of discs of gas and dust that surround stars, brown dwarfs, and even some free-floating planetary mass objects.
  2. The answer could shed light on how free-floating planetary-mass objects form." Image: Artist's impression of what a twin planemo system might look like. (Web site)

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