Los astrónomos revelan agujeros negros intensos campos magnéticos astrónomos de la Universidad Tecnológica de Chalmers han utilizado el telescopio gigante Alma para revelar un campo magnético muy potente muy cerca de un agujero negro supermasivo en una galaxia distante. Los resultados aparecen en 17 de abril de el año 2015 número de la revista Science.

Los astrónomos revelan agujeros negros intensos campos magnéticos astrónomos de la Universidad Tecnológica de Chalmers han utilizado el telescopio gigante Alma para revelar un campo magnético muy potente muy cerca de un agujero negro supermasivo en una galaxia distante. Los resultados aparecen en 17 de abril de el año 2015 número de la revista Science.

ALMA captures high-resolution image of 'cosmic hole': The Atacama Large Millimeter Array captured an image of a 'cosmic hole.' It is the…

ALMA captures high-resolution image of 'cosmic hole': The Atacama Large Millimeter Array captured an image of a 'cosmic hole.' It is the…

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have detected the presence of complex carbon-based molecules – methyl cyanide (CH3CN), cyanoacetylene (HC3N) – and their simpler cousin, hydrogen cyanide (HCN), in a protoplanetary disc surrounding the young star MWC 480. Image credit: B. Saxton / NRAO / AUI / NSF.

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have detected the presence of complex carbon-based molecules – methyl cyanide (CH3CN), cyanoacetylene (HC3N) – and their simpler cousin, hydrogen cyanide (HCN), in a protoplanetary disc surrounding the young star MWC 480. Image credit: B. Saxton / NRAO / AUI / NSF.

Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014: The antennas of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) stand under a twilight sky on the Chajnantor Plateau, 16400 feet (5000 meters) above sea level, in Chile. Between the two groups of antennas lie the "Earth's shadow" and "Belt of Venus" phenomena, visible as the dark blue and light pink bands stretching across the sky. The planet Jupiter hangs above the mountain in the background. (Click image to see full panorama larger.) Image released January…

Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014: The antennas of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) stand under a twilight sky on the Chajnantor Plateau, 16400 feet (5000 meters) above sea level, in Chile. Between the two groups of antennas lie the "Earth's shadow" and "Belt of Venus" phenomena, visible as the dark blue and light pink bands stretching across the sky. The planet Jupiter hangs above the mountain in the background. (Click image to see full panorama larger.) Image released January…

An international team of astronomers has observed a striking spiral pattern in the gas surrounding a red giant star named LL Pegasi and its companion star 3,400 light-years from Earth, using a powerful telescope in northern Chile called Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, or ALMA.

An international team of astronomers has observed a striking spiral pattern in the gas surrounding a red giant star named LL Pegasi and its companion star 3,400 light-years from Earth, using a powerful telescope in northern Chile called Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array, or ALMA.

ALMA_and_Chajnantor_at_Twilight.jpg (12000×2023)

ALMA_and_Chajnantor_at_Twilight.jpg (12000×2023)

This montage shows four star-forming gas clouds in NGC 6822, a barred irregular dwarf galaxy, about 1.6 million light-years away.  The observations were made with the Wide Field Imager attached to the 2.2-metre MPG/ESO telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory, the Very Large Array and by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).

This montage shows four star-forming gas clouds in NGC 6822, a barred irregular dwarf galaxy, about 1.6 million light-years away. The observations were made with the Wide Field Imager attached to the 2.2-metre MPG/ESO telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory, the Very Large Array and by the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).

This view of SN 1987A's supernova remnant combines observations from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile (red dust at center), the Hubble Space Telescope (green glow of visible light) and the Chandra X-ray Observatory (the hottest gas, in blue). The green and blue show the explosion's expanding shock wave colliding with surrounding material.

This view of SN 1987A's supernova remnant combines observations from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile (red dust at center), the Hubble Space Telescope (green glow of visible light) and the Chandra X-ray Observatory (the hottest gas, in blue). The green and blue show the explosion's expanding shock wave colliding with surrounding material.

Astronomers have spotted a young galaxy far, far away that is loaded with ancient stardust from some of the earliest stars in the universe.

Astronomers have spotted a young galaxy far, far away that is loaded with ancient stardust from some of the earliest stars in the universe.

Espectacular la llama trina (dorado, azul, rojo) - XX Ophiuchi - 6,500 Light-Years from Earth

Espectacular la llama trina (dorado, azul, rojo) - XX Ophiuchi - 6,500 Light-Years from Earth

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