Skynet 2-26-19 “Have We Just Found Missing Matter in the Universe?” & “Ultraviolet Catastrophe Resolved” 9PM CT


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

Galactic “Halo”×1024.jpg

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

Max Planck

Frequency Chart

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

Space News

2019 February 13: MER mission and Opportunity rover declared over

Space-Related Birthdays

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.


Feb. 17

Feb. 18

Feb. 19

Feb. 20

North Korean Satellite

Feb. 18

Feb. 22

Hubble Space Telescope

Feb 22