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« u: 01.04.2008. u 22:43:44 sati »
Dolazi Kepler:
http://www.astrobio.net/news/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=2660
80ppm!!! Ovo je totalno ludo. Zanimljivo je kako su ga testirali.

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« Odgovori #1 u: 05.02.2009. u 15:46:09 sati »
Kepler skoro spreman za lansiranje. (5.3.2009). Malo slika:





Ad astra per aspera - a rough road leads to the stars

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« Odgovori #2 u: 05.03.2009. u 20:33:22 sati »
Kepler će se lansirati 7.3.2009 oko 4:45. Više informacija saznajte na http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/kepler/main/index.html
Ad astra per aspera - a rough road leads to the stars

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« Odgovori #3 u: 05.03.2009. u 21:09:20 sati »
Nadam se da nebu završio ko ovaj kaj je trebao CO2 nadgledati

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« Odgovori #4 u: 07.03.2009. u 09:19:16 sati »
Kepler je uspiješno lansiran  :hopla:

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« Odgovori #5 u: 04.04.2009. u 08:48:56 sati »
http://www.bug.hr/bug/tekst/off-topic-svemirski-teleskop-kepler/94408.aspx

to je dio članka iz novog Buga...a sada zanimljiva rečenica...

"Teleskop Kepler neće se nalaziti u zemljinoj orbiti već će slijediti Zemlju u orbiti oko Sunca - kako sama Zemlja ne bi zaklanjala pogled"

jesam ja krivo shvatio tu rečenicu ili je krivo napisana??? Di će se nalaziti Kepler???

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« Odgovori #6 u: 04.04.2009. u 09:16:05 sati »
Kepler će biti neovisan o Zemlji (uvjetno rečeno pobjeći će iz Zemljinog gravitacijskog polja, kreće s II kozmičkom brzinom), ali dolazi u orbitu oko Sunca na sličnoj putanji kao Zemlja. Neće biti u jednoj od L točaka! Nastavak rečenice vjerojatno želi reći da ako bi bio u Zemljinoj orbiti Zemlja bi mu ometala rad.
Teško mi je priznat  :257: , al ovog puta je novinar korektno složio rečenicu.

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« Odgovori #7 u: 04.04.2009. u 09:41:08 sati »
znam tekstove tog novinara, koji do sada nisu imali nekih upitnih rečenica ili krivih izraza, pa me zato cudila ta recenica, nisam ju dobro shvatio, a nisam ni znao da Kepler nece biti, ko Hubble u orbiti Zemlje

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« Odgovori #9 u: 20.06.2009. u 16:14:49 sati »
Kepler je pred tjedan dana krenuo sa svojom primarnom misijom i poceo potragu za exoplanetima velicine Zemlje  :hopla:


Citat:
"Let the Planet Hunt Begin
05.13.09
 
NASA's Kepler spacecraft has begun its search for other Earth-like worlds. The mission, which launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on March 6, will spend the next three-and-a-half years staring at more than 100,000 stars for telltale signs of planets. Kepler has the unique ability to find planets as small as Earth that orbit sun-like stars at distances where temperatures are right for possible lakes and oceans.

"Now the fun begins," said William Borucki, Kepler science principal investigator at NASA's Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif. "We are all really excited to start sorting through the data and discovering the planets."

Scientists and engineers have spent the last two months checking out and calibrating the Kepler spacecraft. Data have been collected to characterize the imaging performance as well as the noise level in the measurement electronics. The scientists have constructed the list of targets for the start of the planet search, and this information has been loaded onto the spacecraft.

"If Kepler got into a staring contest, it would win," said James Fanson, Kepler project manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif. "The spacecraft is ready to stare intently at the same stars for several years so that it can precisely measure the slightest changes in their brightness caused by planets." Kepler will hunt for planets by looking for periodic dips in the brightness of stars -- events that occur when orbiting planets cross in front of their stars and partially block the light.

The mission's first finds are expected to be large, gas planets situated close to their stars. Such discoveries could be announced as early as next year.

Kepler is a NASA Discovery mission. NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., is the home organization of the science principal investigator, and is responsible for the ground system development, mission operations and science data analysis. JPL manages the Kepler mission development. Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. of Boulder, Colo., is responsible for developing the Kepler flight system and supporting mission operations.

For more information about the Kepler mission, visit: http://www.nasa.gov/kepler and http://www.kepler.nasa.gov ."

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/kepler/news/kepler-200905013.html