SKYNET!!!! 9PM CT – 10:30PM CT
Saturday’s Topic: “Have We Just Found Missing Matter in the Universe?” and “The Ultraviolet Catastrophe Resolved
Net Control: Tom KE5ICX
Afterglow Movie 10:30PM:
“The Doomsday Flight” (1966)
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Saturday’s DARC SkyNet is at 9PM CT.
Discussion topic of the evening.
How We Just Found Missing Matter in the Universe? From: The dailygalaxy.com
X-Ray Wavelength Scattergram
What can you see in the sky over the next couple of weeks?
Southeast, 75 Minutes Before Sunrise
West, One Hour After Sunset
Quantum Mechanics: The Ultraviolet Catastrophe Resolved – Mike KG5P
Black Box with Small Opening
Recent Astronomical discoveries
A Nearby River of Stars
Tidal Tails: The Beginning of the End of an Open Star Cluster
Space Exploration and Space History
2019 February 13: MER mission and Opportunity rover declared over
1923 February 13: Birth of Charles E Yeager
This Week in Space History
1952 February 11: Man Will Conquer Space…Soon!
1997 February 11: Launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on the second Hubble servicing mission
2015 February 11: Launch of DSCOVR
1961 February 12: Launch of Venera 1
2001 February 12: NEAR Shoemaker lands on 433 Eros, becoming the first spacecraft to soft-land on an asteroid
2000 February 14: NEAR Shoemaker achieves orbit around 433 Eros, becoming the first spacecraft to orbit an asteroid
1972 February 14: Launch of Luna 20
1990 February 14: Voyager 1 takes its final pictures, the “family portrait”
15 February 2013: Chelyabinsk Meteor
1965 February 16: Launch of Pegasus 1 (AS-103 development launch)
Visible satellite passages over the next couple of days.
North Korean Satellite
Hubble Space Telescope