SPACE DISCOVER RESEARCH
BY: KEVIN PHAN Seventh Period
Events like Blood moon, solar eclipse, and Northern lights, just occur in our world right here on Earth. But other events like starstruck, exploding star, star storm, etc. can occur in space where we may not see on our planet.
Scientist from all around the world, have discovered many tropical events occurring in outer space either before our days or even in the future. Scientist have used high technology to observe galaxies, planets, and others out of the Milky-Way galaxies and observe what events that have occur in outer spaces where none of the scientist have discovered.
The pictures are founded in another galaxies and was described as a starstruck event.
Stars that have either just occurred in the present, past, or maybe in the future, will allow the scientist to discover more of what the star will do in the future. When the stars com-bust or explode, a large spark with be captured on the data record that the scientist have. This would allow the scientist to keep record of the even that that occurred before.
Telescope like: Keck, PLA Radio, APEX, Virtual, etc. was either launched into Earths atmosphere or attached to Earth surface. These telescope have the ability to turn all around Earth atmosphere and capture events of a star or a galaxy out of our solar system. When a telescope capture an event, data will be recorded and sent to the scientist from all over NASA and would be able to study more of it.
What event also have to do with Space Discovery when it doesn't look look like one?
Northern light can result of a solar wind effecting on Earth's magnetic field. A solar storm have the ability to activate the North light green on the exact day of St. Patrick Days. This would also be the result of a space discovery due to the north light turning green on St. Patrick Day.
Another event is an eclipse; the sun and our moon is not just an only eclipse that occur in our system. Jupiter's largest and brightest moon, Io and Europa, will darken its neighbor. Ice-encrusted Europa, which will dim by as much as 2.3 magnitude and the brightest star-like object will be Jupiter, which will appear near overhead in the southern sky. With the moon having set earlier, this is a great time to use the gas giant as a convenient guidepost to hunt down the bright Beehive star cluster in the crab constellation Cancer.
How will you know if an event will occur?
Scientist keeps data like a sky-chart and measures where the stars or galaxies will be located. The most recommended data that the scientist will mostly use is a constellation data. These data will mostly lead the scientist straight to where the evidence was founded.
Where does NASA find these event?
NASA is mostly located in United States which is where scientist can find events like star struck. NASA is divided into different station and when a scientist receive a news, those data are recoded and sent to NASA's Head-Quarter(HQ). This is where NASA will investigate more about this event from outer space. If a telescope from earth's atmosphere discovers an action, the telescope will either take picture and send it to NASA HQ or alarm the scientist and record a live video of the action.
How can we participate?
You can participate just by having your own telescope; you can get a telescope by buying one at a local store like: Walt-Mart, Target, etc. or ordering on-line like: eBay, amazon, etc. Once you have got your own telescope, you can start your journey and finding at star or a planet.
Tip: There is a 99% chance that your telescope can only observe your own solar system like a moon and other planets near by. Its not possible for you to find a galaxy or another star other than your sun or a planet.
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