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Hi, I was asked on a Swedish forum to put an "Astronomical Dictionary" on my homepage. I have made a test page in an easy form. Astronomical related words linked to wikipedia. It aims to the beginners in astronomy so it should not be too complicated words. http://astrofriend.eu/astronomy/astronomical-dictionary/astronomical-dictionary.html Let me know if it's useful and and I shall add more words. /Lars
You just like me can probably feel that some days feel boring. How to remedy this? Well you can go and listen to different seminars, here are two that I listened to recently. It is about spectra from stars and exoplanets. I made some notes and took some photos: http://www.astrofriend.eu/astronomy/astronomy-articles/spectra-exoplanets-stars/spectra-exoplanets-stars.html Hope you can find something similar in your locality where you live. /Lars
Hi everybody! The other day I noticed there is a new way anybody can find exoplanets, through a videogame, so I decided to make a video: https://youtu.be/Dwh4XEYDuOA?list=PL3RiFKfZj3pv1ZqpFxuZinoGtUGEOankw Have you already played the game? MESSAGE to the Admin: I would appreaciate if you could please remove my other post and leave this one here. thank you.
The meeting this Thursday (2nd March 2017) of Nottingham Astronomical Society at BGS is a talk on “Finding exoplanets with small telescopes” by Dr Peter Wheatley of the University of Warwick. Doors at BGS in Keyworth will open at 7:30pm and the talk ill commence at 8pm. All welcome. Further information can be found on the website: http://nottinghamastro.org.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/nas.org.uk/