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Posted - 2 Days 2 Hours ago
Probably the most expensive jumpsuit is the space suit for outdoor work. It costs an impressive $12 million. With the new app Redshift Sky for Android and iOS you don't have to spend twelve million dollars to explore space. Try it out now!
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Posted - 2 Days 12 Hours ago
From the earth, the sun is yellow, but observed from the moon, the sun is white. This is due to the Earth's atmosphere, through which colour molecules in the air are deflected. Explore the fascinating illusions and facts of outer space for yourself with the new app Redhift Sky for Android and iOS!
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Posted - 3 Days 23 Hours ago
Follow planets and other celestial objects on their way through the sky: With the new app Redshift Sky Pro for iOS and Android we have added an improved animated transit diagram. Never miss a planet transit the sky again; you will simply know when Jupiter (or any other planet) is visible at your location.
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Posted - 1 Week 2 Days ago
After one month of inspiration, it is about time for you to explore the universe yourself. Show us what you see and share your exploration with the Redshift Sky community under #explore
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Posted - 1 Week 3 Days ago
We have Lift-off! We are delighted to announce the release of Redshift Sky today. Get new app for iOS or Android right now! #explore
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Posted - 1 Week 3 Days ago
Continuing the tradition of giving awe-inspiring phenomena with understated names, the Large Quasar Group is more than just large. It is the most massive structure in the known universe. At more than a billion light-years across, it contains 73 active quasars, some of which can emit more light and energy in moments than all the stars in galaxy combined.
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Posted - 1 Week 3 Days ago
Scientists are often quite creative when it comes to naming phenomena the Great Attractor is not one of them. Located in the Norma Cluster about 220 million light-years away, it does what its name suggests: attracting objects. The Great Attractor is gravitationally pulling local galaxies towards it at speeds exceeding 200,000 miles per hour.
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Posted - 1 Week 4 Days ago
The universe is a vast space. Even though the Milky Way seems huge, there are structures that are mind-blowingly gigantic. Take for example the Horologium-Reticulum Supercluster. It contains more than 350,000 separate galaxies and is about 700 million light-years away from Earth.
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Posted - 1 Week 4 Days ago
There are many odd objects in space, and Hannys Voorwerp is one of the rarer ones. Its name means Hannys object in Dutch. Hannys Voorwerp is in the constellation Leo Minor and consists of remnants of a no-longer active quasar. Its diameter exceeds that of the Milky Way. See this space oddity on app Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 1 Week 5 Days ago
Cold, colder, Boomerang Nebula: The Boomerang Nebula in the constellation Centaurus is 5,000 lightyears away from Earth and the coldest known place in the universe. With only 1 K, its temperature is close to absolute Zero. You might also know it as Bow Tie Nebula because of its shape.
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Posted - 1 Week 5 Days ago
While we should do anything to preserve home planet, it never hurts to discover more earth-like planets. The exoplanetary system around the red dwarf star Trappist-1 in the Milky Way has three Earth-size planets within the habitable zone, meaning that they are rocky planets with liquid water. If these planets could support life remains to be seen. Discover what we know about Trappist-1 with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 1 Week 6 Days ago
Were reaching the outer rim of the Solar System and arrive at Eris, the most massive dwarf planet in the Solar System. So massive, in fact, that all objects inside the asteroid belt located between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter could fit inside it. Eris is so far from the sun that its atmosphere sometimes freezes due to lack of sunlight. Find Eris within the Redshift Sky Pro App.
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Posted - 1 Week 6 Days ago
Although space is amazing, human bodies can be as fascinating and awe-inspiring. Case in point: DNA. If you unraveled all the DNA in your body, it would span 34 billion miles, reaching to Pluto (2.66 billion miles away) and back six times.Take a trip to Pluto with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 11 Hours ago
Scientists believe that the surface of Umbriel (another one of Uranus' moons) has probably been stable since the Late Heavy Bombardment of asteroids about 4.1 to 3.8 billion years ago. The only signs of ancient internal activity are canyons and dark polygons dark patches with complex shapes measuring from tens to hundreds of kilometers across. Discover Umbriel with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 17 Hours ago
We continue journey to the moons of Uranus, next destination: Ariel. If it were a persons head, you might call it disfigured, because its most prominent feature is the network of interconnected rift valleys that look like deep scars. They cross the entire surface of the moon for hundreds of miles and reach depths of 10km. If you want to discover how Ariel got these scars, head over to Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 1 Day ago
The fifth of Uranus moons has been called the Frankenstein of moons because its appearance is so strange. If you look at this moon you would think that someone took a lot of different pieces and parts and just jammed them together. Its makeshift appearance comes from intense geological activity in the past that stretched and broke Mirandas surface into what it is today. Explore Miranda with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 1 Day ago
While water ice is probably the most familiar form of ice to us, it is far from the only one. And some ices can be found in the atmosphere of Uranus: besides water ice, it also contains, ammonia and methane, and trace amounts of other hydrocarbons. Explore Uranus yourself with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 2 Days ago
We have already explored many kinds of moons, but there are still special ones out there. Nereid is one of them: the third-largest moon of Neptune has the most eccentric orbit of any moon in solar system, meaning that its orbit deviates heavily from a perfectly circular orbit. Also, it requires 360 Earth days to make one orbit around Neptune.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 2 Days ago
Triton is the largest moon of Neptune and it is a bit of an oddball: Triton orbits in the opposite direction of its planets rotation, a so-called retrograde orbit. It is the only large moon in solar system that does that. One possible explanation is that Triton once had been a Kuiper Belt Object that was eventually captured by Neptunes gravity.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 3 Days ago
We sometimes might wish for summer (or any of your preferred seasons) to last forever. On Neptune, you might get close: due to the particular tilt of Neptunes axis, seasons last more than 40 years and 2020 should be the year where there is another seasonal change looming. But dont pack your bathing suit just yet: temperatures are between a chill 55 to 72 Kelvin on Neptune. Explore Neptunes seasons with app Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 3 Days ago
Thats no moon. except that it totally is. What makes Tethys, one of the inner moons of Saturn, look like a fully operational battle station is its huge crater Odysseus. It is one of the largest craters in the entire Solar System. In its center are some extremely high mountains, created from the rebound of whatever large object once hit the surface of Tethys. Discover the surface of Tethys with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 4 Days ago
Circle dances can be quite fun, even more so with good company. Dione, another one of Saturns moons, does exactly that: It is in orbital resonance with two nearby moons, Mimas and Enceladus. What happens is that the moons speed up as they approach each other and slow down as they draw away, causing their orbits to vary slightly in a long series of complex changes, which helps keep them locked in their positions. Watch Saturns moons dance on app Redshift Sky Pro. #moon
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Posted - 2 Weeks 4 Days ago
There are quite a few objects in the Solar System that have an atmosphere besides Earth. Saturns moon Rhea is one of them. In 2010, the Cassini spacecraft detected oxygen and carbon dioxide in Rheas exosphere. The oxygen appears to arise when Saturn's magnetic field rotates over Rhea. Energetic particles trapped in the planet's magnetic field pepper the moon's water-ice surface. They cause chemical reactions that decompose the surface and release oxygen. The source of the carbon dioxide is less certain. Cruise across Rheas surface with Redshift Sky Pro. #moon
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Posted - 2 Weeks 5 Days ago
We might be complaining about weather on planet sometimes, but it is an important signifier of earth-like objects in space. Saturns largest moon not only has weather with precipitation and wind (albeit made of methane and ethane) it is also the only body in the solar system other than Earth that has liquid on its surface. But instead of water, the lakes, ponds, and rivers store liquid hydrocarbon. Check out the yellow-orange atmosphere on Titan with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 5 Days ago
In the vast emptiness of space, organic material seems hard to come by, but it is more common than you might think. In 2018, NASAs Cassini probe found complex macromolecular organics in a blast of water while flying through the icy plumes on Enceladus' North Pole. Enjoy the view on icy Enceladus with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 2 Weeks 6 Days ago
Visually, Saturn is the planet in Solar System that stands out the most: Its rings give it its iconic silhouette. But the formation of the rings is still mysterious: the latest data suggests that they might have formed as recently as 100 million years ago, when a 300-km ice moon was torn apart by Saturns gravity. Another hypothesis is that the rings were formed from passing comets that were caught by Saturns gravity and subsequently crushed. What is your opinion?
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Posted - 2 Weeks 6 Days ago
As we gaze into the night sky, we continue to wonder if other worlds in the universe might support extra terrestrial life forms. We might not have to look too far outside of own solar system: Callisto, the 8th moon of Jupiter may have a saltwater ocean beneath the surface that potentially could harbor life. Explore Callisto yourself with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 15 Hours ago
Some things seem black and white on the surface, like Ganymede, the largest of the moons in the Solar System. This Jovial moons surface has two types of terrain 40% of the surface are very old, cratered dark areas, while the other 60% are lighter with grooves and ridges. It is thought to be the result of tidal heating that has tectonically recycled some of the surface material. What else do you know about Ganymede? Share it with us!
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Posted - 3 Weeks 20 Hours ago
We continue journey to Jupiters moons and take a look at Io, the innermost moon. Did you know that Io creates a magnetic field that has an electrical current of up to 400,000 volts and 3 million amperes? Explore Ios electrifying energy with the new Redshift Sky Pro App.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 1 Day ago
Jupiter has dozens of moons, but Europa is a special beauty: the moon has the smoothest surface of any known solid object in Solar System. Scientists estimate that Europa has an outer layer of water around 100 km thick. Discover Europas surface with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 1 Day ago
While some wish that days on Earth lasted 36 hours, Jupiter completes its days in record time: The largest planet in solar system takes only about 10 hours to complete a full rotation on its axis. Explore the giant with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 2 Days ago
As asteroids are relatively small and move quite fast, they are notoriously hard to study. But on 29 Oct 1991, Galileo was the first probe to flyby an asteroid and took a closer look. The asteroid was named 951 Gaspra after a retreat at the Black Sea. Follow the position of Gaspra with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 2 Days ago
Ceres, the dwarf-planet, is the largest object in the main asteroid belt. It might look bone-dry, but water-vapor geysers hint at a subsurface ocean on Ceres. Some scientists say that it might be capable of supporting life as we know it. Continue your journey through solar system with Redshift Sky Pro.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 3 Days ago
We already mentioned Marss second moon, Deimos. At only 23 km in diameter, it is much smaller than Phobos. So small in fact that when you view it from the surface of Mars, it looks like any other star in the sky. And if you saw Deimos eclipse the sun, you would only see a dot moving across the suns surface. Discover if you can find the tiny moon from the surface of Mars with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 3 Days ago
Everybody needs friends, even celestial bodies like Mars: It has two moons, Phobos and Deimos. Phobos orbits closer to Mars than any other moon in the solar system at 6,000 km above Marss surface. And it inches closer and closer, about 2 m every hundred years. Explore Phobos before it eventually crashes into Mars or breaks up into a planetary ring with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 4 Days ago
What looks like a dry red rock today might have been a moist red rock in the past: NASA scientists have found evidence that a gigantic ocean once covered nearly half the northern hemisphere of Mars. Where all the water went is up for debate: it might be buried as ice under layers of rock or debris, have been absorbed or it might have been lost to the atmosphere.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 5 Days ago
Staring at the sun is not healthy, so how do you even explore the sun? Meet the Parker Solar Probe: Its a solar observatory that orbits within 4 million miles of star's surface. Its mission is to study the corona and the solar wind as well as the magnetic fields that cause the solar wind all while protected from the Suns heat by a carbon-composite shield. Learn more about the Sun on Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 5 Days ago
We all know that the sun is large, but when you compare it to the other planets in solar system, it truly is gigantic: The sun contains 99.8% of all the mass in the solar system. Want to explore the star of solar system? Check out Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 5 Days ago
Space can be scary, and Mercury can tell you all about it. Did you know that Mercury survived an impact with a giant asteroid? Scientists think that a huge asteroid slammed into Mercury about 4 billion years ago. The impact basin with a diameter of 1,550 km is known as the Caloris Basin.
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Posted - 3 Weeks 6 Days ago
Sometimes its better to just admire the beauty of a celestial object from afar. Venus is one of those cases: temperatures on the surface can reach over 460 degrees Celsius since its runaway greenhouse effect ratchets up the planet's surface temperature. Discover Venus from the safety of home planet with Redshift Sky. #galaxies
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Posted - 3 Weeks 6 Days ago
Venus is different from the other planets in solar system: when viewed from above Earths north pole, all planets except Venus rotate counter clockwise. Venus has also the slowest rotation of any planet, namely once every 243 Earth days. Take a closer look at one of the brightest objects in the sky with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 4 Weeks 15 Hours ago
Although poets of old named many features of the moon after lakes, seas and oceans, water is hard to come by on the moon: it was likely delivered to the surface by comets. You mainly find water as ice trapped within dust and minerals on and under the surface, especially in areas that are in permanent shadow. As it is very cold there, the ice won't meld at these places. Explore the dark side of the moon with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 4 Weeks 1 Day ago
The moon might look peaceful, but its far from that: just like Earth, the moon experiences earthquakes or rather, moonquakes. Moonquakes are caused by the gravitational influence of the Earth and can last up to half an hour. But fear not: they are much weaker than earthquakes. If you want to experience the moon without seismic turbulences check out Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 4 Weeks 1 Day ago
After looking into the sky, we return to home planet, Earth: did you know that the average density of the Earth is approximately 5.52 g/cm? The density varies depending on the part of the planet and can range from 13.1 g/cm near the core to 2.2 g/cm on the outer parts of the crust. Explore home in the universe with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 4 Weeks 1 Day ago
The Hubble telescope is eye to the stars, even after 30 years of operation. And it is larger than you think: its about the size of a bus and weighs as much as two elephants. You'll be able to explore many of the amazing worlds that Hubble has discovered with Redshift Sky.
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Posted - 4 Weeks 2 Days ago
Dear Redshift Mobile Fans, Exciting news! A brand new Redshift App is coming to iOS and Android called Redshift Sky Pro which comes with lots of graphical and content improvements and is even easier to use! In the coming days we will use this channel to spread the message to all of existing Redshift Users on this platform. If you're an avid Instagram user you may also be interested in following new channel @redshiftskypro over there.... If your interest is peaked, you're already able to pre-order the new and improved Redshift Sky Pro on the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store with a 20% discount for around USD 6,99 (the prices may vary in your local currency). You can, of course, keep using the old app as it won't be automatically deinstalled from your devices. However, please understand that there will be only a limited amount of technical updates for it in the future. Thanks so much for accompanying us on the next chapter of journey to the stars!
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Posted - 2 months 2 Weeks ago
Every season has its characteristic star constellations in the night sky. Orion one of the most recognisable is distinctly visible on crisp, clear winter nights in the northern hemisphere. The constellation is easy to spot even in light-polluted cities, with its bright stars representing the shape of a person. Betelgeuse, marking Orions top left shoulder, is often its brightest star. Red in colour, this star is usually the 12th brightest in the entire sky. But it has recently dimmed dramatically to an all time low of 21st brightest star in the sky. As a result, many have started speculating about whether it could be about to explode. But could it? And what would that look like?: Link
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Posted - 2 months 3 Weeks ago
NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered its first Earth-size planet in its star's habitable zone, the range of distances where conditions may be just right to allow the presence of liquid water on the surface. Scientists confirmed the find, called TOI 700 d, using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and have modeled the planet's potential environments to help inform future observations. TOI 700 d is one of only a few Earth-size planets discovered in a star's habitable zone so far. Others include several planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system and other worlds discovered by NASA's Kepler Space Telescope.: Link
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Posted - 3 months 4 Days ago
Make sure you look for the moon and planets in the night sky as we approach the end of the year!: Link
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Posted - 3 months 1 Week ago
A billion miles sounds impossibly far, but in planetary terms, You can get there, said Elizabeth Turtle. In Turtles lifetime, shes seen human technology reach Uranus and Neptune, quick flybys that completely transformed understanding of the solar system. Thats why she is leading the hunt for rocks on Titan one of Saturns moons that, surprisingly, could tell us a lot about Earths early days.: Link
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