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Mars With Clouds

Planet Mars with clouds Animation   Everyone seems obsessed with Mars and how to get us there these days. How would the Red Planet look if it had clouds? Well, recently the Hubble Space Telescope team released a photograph of Mars with clouds. The image showed Mars in a more Earthly fashion than we have…
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Moon + Venus In October Sky

The Moon and Venus in the October sky This week we see Venus in the western sky in apparent proximity to Luna on October the 3rd. Later in the week, on October 5th, the Moon will move to appear close to Saturn in the west. Here’s how it looked on October the 3rd. Photos: J.J.…
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Solar System Animations

Rediscovered Astronomy releases animations of the planets in our solar system. Well, we are meeting our goal of releasing the animations of the planets in our solar system three months ahead of schedule. The animations of the main 8 planets have been uploaded. We will upload animations of smaller bodies and dwarf planets later. The…
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Mars Animation

Mars Realistic Animation The following animation was rendered using real NASA photos. It displays a 180° turn of the red planet. It also features realistic topography and atmosphere. Animation by J.J. Del Mar Rediscovered Astronomy will publish Solar System animations and space general info this coming 2016 as part of our effort to renew our…
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Sedna, 2012 VP113 y el elusivo orbe llamado Planeta X

Astrónomos, astrofísicos, astrobiólogos, geólogos y otros científicos han buscado por mucho tiempo una Súper Tierra que dé respuesta a las perturbaciones en las órbitas de los planetas del Sistema Solar exterior. Los científicos han buscado un planeta desconocido, de ahí el término “Planeta X”. Como resultado de su búsqueda, el Sistema Solar ha expandido sus…
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