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Hubble schießt neues Bild von Jupiter
17. September 2020

Jupiter besteht aus Gasen, die wolkige Bänder um den Planeten bilden und sogar schon mit einem kleinen Teleskop gesehen werden können. Dieser Gasriese wird aber auch mit größeren Teleskopen beobachtet, wie zum Beispiel mit dem Hubble-Weltraumteleskop, das nun einen schönen neuen Schnappschuss dieses Gasriesen aufgenommen hat!

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What Does a Black Hole Eat for Breakfast?
20. December 2019: We typically eat breakfast cereal, fruit, eggs or toast in the morning. But even the largest objects in the Universe have to feed on something!
Cosmic Graffiti
16. December 2019: They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and this is particularly true for images of objects in space! Many telescopes can each observe the same planet, star, or galaxy and can each find something new or different!
A Mysterious Planet Nursery
6. December 2019: For a long time we've known that planets form and live around stars. For example, the Sun is the parent star of all the planets in our Solar System. But now, astronomers have found clues that planets may be tougher than we thought and could even have formed in the harshest conditions known in the Universe.
Dynamic Duo
4. December 2019: Much like when we get too warm in the summer months and wish to take off our extra layers of clothes, planets also shed the outer layers of their atmosphere when they get too hot!

Using a large telescope in the Chilean desert, astronomers have found clues of a giant planet that is doing just that!
Cosmic Building Blocks
26. November 2019: You can build some pretty amazing things simply by sticking blocks of Lego together. People have made life-sized lego houses, cities and lego rockets! Just like these impressive Lego structures, humans are built of tiny pieces too. Human building blocks are called organic molecules.
A Cosmic Lens Playing Tricks on the Eye
13. November 2019:
A Growing Family
5. November 2019: A group of scientists have found 20 new moons orbiting Saturn.
A Distant Visitor
31. October 2019: Our solar system is now playing host to a visitor from very far away.
Feeling Heavy
23. October 2019:
An Ancient Trove of Galaxies
10. October 2019:
Is Earth Special?
11. September 2019: In an exciting discovery, water vapour has been found in the atmosphere of a distant planet known as K2-18b.
A Ring in a Shadow
5. September 2019: While they’re not hiding in your closet or under your bed, monsters do exist in space. For the first time, astronomers have captured an image of the boogeymen of the Universe: a black hole.

The Mystery of the Shrinking Storm
8. August 2019: Various regions around the world have experienced extreme weather conditions this year, but nothing quite as extreme as the biggest storm in our Solar System. The gas giant Jupiter is home to the famous Great Red Spot. This giant storm is a mystery to scientists because it is getting smaller and smaller every year.
Handle with Care: Astronomers build an explosive collection
11. July 2019:
The Big Rip is Coming, Look Busy!
1. February 2019:
Tiny Explosions Pack a Mighty Punch
18. January 2019:
The Hubble Space Telescope has an Impressive New Year's Resolution
11. January 2019:
E is for Exoplanets Everywhere!
14. December 2018:
Searching for Buried Secrets on Mars
30. November 2018:
A Wolf in the Fold
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