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Data de Publicação Tipo Título Autores Tamanho dos Arquivos

29/10/2008

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Black hole 1 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 2.083Mb

04/11/2008

How can we see a black hole? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 14.52Mb

18/02/2009

Why are solar eclipses only visible in some places? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 15.11Mb

18/02/2009

Why is Spitzer painted black? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 11.03Mb

27/05/2009

Robot astronomy talk show 2: water in the universe National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 43.20Mb

18/02/2009

Why doesn't the moon fall down? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 11.31Mb

18/02/2009

Why do we see spiral arms in some galaxies? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 16.39Mb

18/02/2009

What causes an eclipse of the moon? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 13.17Mb

20/04/2009

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Light Echo of the Cas A Supernova National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 4.658Mb

23/04/2010

Hubble's law and the big bang: part 2 [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 49.77Mb

15/09/2010

Hubble's law and the big bang: part 3 [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 48.20Mb

26/04/2010

Omega and the end of the universe [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 47.19Mb

15/09/2010

Dark matter [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 47.63Mb

26/08/2010

Dark Energy and the accelerating Universe and the Big Rip [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 43.96Mb

26/08/2010

Supernovae [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 45.01Mb

26/04/2010

Other constraints: the cosmic microwave background [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 45.24Mb

26/08/2010

The multiverse and theories of everything [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 44.89Mb

15/09/2010

Supermassive black holes [Frontiers and controversies in Astrophysics] Bailyn, Charles 45.72Mb

08/10/2012

How can we see a black hole? National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA); Jet Propulsion Laboratory; California Institute of Technology 14.91Mb