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Each object is a lump of ice and rock - roughly the size of Philadelphia - orbiting beyond Neptune and Pluto, where the icy bodies may have dwelled since the formation of the solar system 4. They reside in a ring-shaped region called the Kuiper Belt, which houses a swarm of icy rocks that are leftover building blocks, or "planetesimals," from the solar system's creation. The biggest surprise of the Hubble search is that so few small Kuiper Belt members were discovered.

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Images such as these are what drew many of us into the fascinating world of astronomy and inspire us to go out and observe for ourselves. Below we provide a short description of each of the objects along with catalogue listings and coordinates to help you locate the objects yourself. Some of the objects will be visible with amateur equipment and some will not.

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The Hubble Space Telescope will next week be celebrating its 10th anniversary, having reached the mid-point of its orbital lifespan. In that time, it has observed 14, celestial targets, gathered 3. Despite Hubble's undoubted success with the public, who for the first time have seen astronomical wonders in awe-inspiring detail, some astronomers are questioning whether the space telescope has lived up to scientific expectations.

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A new photo from NASA's Hubble space telescope captures a variety of celestial objects both near and far, providing a glimpse of many different stages of cosmic history all at once. The Hubble image, released Thursday April 17is a hour exposure that shows objects about 1 billion times fainter than the naked eye can make out, researchers said. Most of the galaxies visible in the photo lie less than 5 billion light-years away, but some objects are much more distant.

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A closer look at the Hubble telescope's most detailed image, the Hubble Deep Field, reveals that the faint galaxies seen by Hubble could account for most of the visible light in the cosmos. The Hubble Deep Field, an image obtained in when Hubble observed one location on the sky for two weeks, revealed galaxies that are billions of times fainter than could be seen with the naked eye. Astronomers probed apparently blank patches that lie between the faint galaxies, searching for tiny ripples in the sky brightness that would indicate the presence of even more galaxies.

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There's also an insight into Gene Cernan's experience during Apollo 10 from an interview recorded with the astronaut shortly before he died to celebrate the upcoming 50th anniversary of the mission. This month Space Boffins contemplates the missing universe, the nature of humanity and reunites astronaut Nicole Stott with her Space Shuttle Atlantis. Richard Hollingham is joined by theoretical physicist and comedian Dr Fran Day to discuss a new European mission, Euclid, which will be investigating dark matter.

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Beetles, Pan-species Listing, all-round natural history. Britain, Ireland and abroad. With about species on the British and Irish list, the seed and leaf beetles form the fourth biggest group of beetles after Staphylinidae with c.

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The Hubble Space Telescope has discovered a small and strangely isolated dwarf galaxy just 30 million light-years away from our own Milky Way. And astronomers say the discovery was completely by accident. Globular clusters are tightly packed crowds of ancient stars. The galaxy, dubbed Bedin 1 by its discoverer, is distinct in its isolation.

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Welcome Welcome to my blog. Wednesday, 29 February Quadrennial nature - a leap-year listing. I'm not investigating anything deep and meaningful today well, not much anyway - as it's February 29th, I thought I'd post up some examples of natural events that also happen once every four years i.

Each lump of ice and rock is roughly the size of Philadelphia and orbits just beyond Neptune and Pluto, where they may have rested since the formation of the solar system 4. The objects reside in a ring-shaped region called the Kuiper Belt, which houses a swarm of icy rocks that are leftover building blocks, or "planetesimals," from the solar system's creation. The study's big surprise is that so few Kuiper Belt members were discovered. With Hubble's exquisite resolution, Bernstein and his co-workers expected to find at least 60 Kuiper Belt members as small as 10 miles in diameter -- but only three were discovered.

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