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Conference on Astrophysics in the Far Ultraviolet (2004: Victoria, BC, Canada) Ed.
PHOTO : Three of the most honored men in science are (clockwise from top): David Blackwell, a statistics professor at the University of California at Berkeley and the only Black member of the National Academy of Sciences; George Carruthers, an astrophysicist with NASA who developed the Far Ultraviolet Camera used on Apollo 16, and Benjamin Peery, professor of astronomy at Howard University and one of the fewer than 12 Black astronomers in the country.
A new Hubble image of the core of the cluster represents the first comprehensive far ultraviolet to near-infrared image of an open galactic cluster.
But a new analysis of measurements recorded by NASA's Far Ultraviolet Explorer Satellite (FUSE) over the past 6 years confirms the perplexing result.
This large format (10x14") reference could also have been named "Great Observatories of the Solar System," since it includes space telescopes such as the SOHO solar observatory, the Chandra X-Ray Telescope, and the Far Ultraviolet Space Explorer (FUSE).
In spectra of Eta Carinae taken by NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite in early and mid-June 2003, the team detected significant far-ultraviolet light, presumably from the companion.
The mapping was carried out by observing the spectrum of mercury ions over a wide wavelength region from the far ultraviolet to the near infrared.
LRO's instruments will help scientists compile high resolution, three-dimensional maps of the lunar surface and also survey it in the far ultraviolet spectrum.
Along with ultraviolet data from the Hubble Space Telescope and the Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer, the Chandra absorption-line spectra can account for all "missing" baryons, Nicastro's team asserts.
13 Nature, researchers describe the latest effort, using the Far Ultraviolet Explorer Satellite.
NIST scientists have demonstrated the effectiveness of photostimulable image plates for recording spectra in the far ultraviolet region (5 nm to 60 nm) of the electromagnetic spectrum.
Recent data from NASA's Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE) satellite show that many HVCs contain low amounts of heavy elements.