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"27.03.2017 14:22:51" Timeline Photos What happens when a black hole devours a star?
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"20.03.2017 20:02:28" Timeline Photos This artist's rendering shows the tidal disruption event named ASASSN-14li, where a star wandering too close to a 3-million-solar-mass black hole was torn apart. The debris gathered into an accretion disk around the black hole. New data from NASA's Swift
"20.03.2017 20:01:06" youtube.com Swift Charts a Star's 'Death Spiral' into Black Hole This animation illustrates how debris from a tidally disrupted star collides with itself, creating shock waves that emit ultraviolet and optical light far fr...
"08.09.2016 18:33:27" nasa.gov Young Magnetar Likely the Slowest Pulsar Ever Detected Using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and other X-ray observatories, astronomers have found evidence for what is likely one of the most extreme pulsars, or rotating neutron stars, ever detected.
"16.06.2016 16:20:22" www2.le.ac.uk University of Leicester scientists chase colliding black holes — University of Leicester Swift satellite used to search for associated X-ray and ultra-violet emission Even with a Swift response, no signs of x-rays or gamma-rays from the second detection of gravitational waves, GW151226, reported by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and the VIrgo Collaboration http://ow.ly/yoWl301kBog
"16.06.2016 14:52:21" aas.org Archived AAS Press Conference Webcasts | American Astronomical Society The world's best source for career opportunities in the astronomical sciences, including fellowships, faculty appointments, management positions, and more. New jobs are posted on the 1st of every month. A new 3D method to use Swift Gamma-ray Bursts as standard candles for cosmology was described today by Stanford researcher and Marie Curie Fellow Maria Dainotti at a press conference at #aas228
"24.11.2015 23:32:25" youtube.com Gamma-Ray Bursts: Crash Course Astronomy #40 Gamma-ray bursts are not only incredible to study, but their discovery has an epic story all its own. Today Phil takes you through some Cold War history and ... Are you a subscriber of Crash Course Astronomy on YouTube? Recently, "The Bad Astronomer" Phil Plait discussed Gamma-Ray Bursts. Check it out!
"06.11.2015 20:22:31" nasa.gov NASA's Swift Spots its Thousandth Gamma-ray Burst NASA's Swift spacecraft has detected its 1,000th gamma-ray burst (GRB).
"27.10.2015 18:25:21" jpl.nasa.gov Shifting Coronas Around Black Holes (Artist Concept) In 2014, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, and Swift space telescopes witnessed an X-flare from the supermassive black hole in a distant galaxy called Markarian 335. Artist Concept. http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/details.php?id=pia20051
"23.10.2015 17:33:07" science.psu.edu Black hole caught in the act of ripping apart a star — Eberly College of Science New details about what happens when a black hole tears apart a star have been gathered by a multi-national astronomy team using a trio of orbiting of orbiting observatories that includes NASA’s Swift Gamma-ray-Burst Explorer. Science and flight opera New details about what happens when a black hole tears apart a star have been gathered by a multi-national astronomy team using a trio of orbiting of orbiting observatories that includes NASA’s Swift Gamma-ray-Burst Explorer.
"22.10.2015 18:17:24" light2015blog.org Gamma-ray Bursts: Nature’s Brightest Flash Bulbs Discovered in the 1960s, when the United States launched satellites into orbit to verify the Atmospheric Test Ban Treaty, gamma-ray bursts have continued to amaze and astound scientists for over 40... Check out the latest International Year of Light 2015 blog post -- all about Gamma-Rays!
"09.07.2015 18:08:37" nasa.gov Swift Reveals Black Hole Bull's-eye What looks like a shooting target is actually an image of nested rings of X-ray light centered on an erupting black hole. Bull's-eye! Check out this erupting black hole.
"30.06.2015 17:43:16" nasa.gov Monitoring a Waking Black Hole NASA's Swift satellite detected a rising tide of high-energy X-rays from the constellation Cygnus on June 15, just before 2:23 p.m. EDT. On June 15, NASA's Swift caught the onset of a rare X-ray outburst from a stellar-mass black hole in the binary system V404 Cygni. Astronomers around the world are watching the event. In this system, a stream of gas from a star much like the sun flow
"22.04.2015 19:20:10" NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration This #EarthDay, marvel at the beauty of Earth from space with these NASA images: http://go.nasa.gov/1HVsf9K
"05.03.2015 22:16:30" science.psu.edu "Capturing the Birth Cries of Black Holes" is a free public lecture on February 14, 2015 —... A free public lecture titled "Capturing the Birth Cries of Black Holes" will begin at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday February 14 in 100 Thomas Building on the Penn State University Park campus. The event is the fourth of six consecutive Saturday lectures in Interested in learning more about black holes? Check out this lecture by Swift scientist, Dr. John Nousek.
"05.12.2014 08:47:36" Timeline Photos Swift Tenth Anniversary cake at the social dinner at Villa Paganini in Rome. With Gianpiero Tagliaferri, Patrizia Caraveo and Neil Gehrels.
"05.12.2014 08:47:36" Swift Tenth Anniversary cake at the social dinner at Villa Paganini in Rome. With Gianpiero Tagliaferri, Patrizia Caraveo and Neil Gehrels.
"03.12.2014 17:55:12" www.nasa.gov NASA TV NASA Television provides live coverage of launches, spacewalks and other mission events, as well as the latest news briefings, video files, and the... Are you excited for the #Orion test flight? We are! Watch the mission overview event (1-3 pm EST): http://www.nasa.gov/nasatv
"03.12.2014 09:27:40" Timeline Photos Painting presented to Swift PI Neil Gehrels by Giovanni Bignami at the conference "Swift: 10 years of Discovery" in Rome. By Andrea Sassanelli.
"03.12.2014 09:27:40" Painting presented to Swift PI Neil Gehrels by Giovanni Bignami at the conference "Swift: 10 years of Discovery" in Rome. By Andrea Sassanelli.
"20.11.2014 19:30:21" NASA | Swift: A Decade of Game-changing Astrophysics Over the past decade, NASA's Swift Gamma-ray Burst Explorer has proven itself to be one of the most versatile astrophysics missions ever flown. It remains th... What has Swift explored over these last 10 years? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G84tQGQeCvk
"20.11.2014 19:24:10" Over the past decade, NASA's Swift Gamma-ray Burst Explorer has proven itself to be one of the most versatile astrophysics missions ever flown. It remains the only satellite capable of precisely locating gamma-ray bursts -- the universe's most powerf
"20.11.2014 19:09:15" NASA | Highlights of Swift's Decade of Discovery NASA's Swift satellite rode to orbit aboard a Delta II rocket on November 20, 2004, and it's still going strong. Swift's unique instrumentation allows it to ... NASA's Swift satellite rode to orbit aboard a Delta II rocket on November 20, 2004, and it's still going strong. Swift's unique instrumentation allows it to quickly locate an interesting high-energy outburst, automatically determine its position, and
"20.11.2014 18:52:12" www.nasa.gov Swift Gamma-Ray Burst Mission Marks Ten Years of Discovery On Nov. 20, 2004, NASA's Swift spacecraft lifted off aboard a Boeing Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla., beginning its mission to study gamma-ray bursts and identify their origins. Gamma-ray bursts are the most luminous explo http://www.nasa.gov/content/swift-gamma-ray-burst-mission-marks-ten-years-of-discovery/#.VG44HVfF_8U
"20.11.2014 17:01:16" www.slate.com NASA's Swift Observatory: Ten Years of Watching The Most Violent Explosions in the Universe Ten years ago today — on Nov. 20, 2004, at 17:16 UTC — A Delta II rocket thundered into the sky. Sitting inside the payload cowling was NASA’s Swift observatory, awaiting its chance to revolutionize astronomy. Swift was sent into orbit to look for ga
"30.09.2014 21:16:03" www.nasa.gov NASA's Swift Mission Observes Mega Flares from a Mini Star On April 23, NASA's Swift satellite detected the strongest, hottest and longest-lasting sequence of stellar flares ever seen from a nearby red dwarf star. http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/nasas-swift-mission-observes-mega-flares-from-a-mini-star/#.VCsdSildX9R
"17.09.2014 18:10:31" science.psu.edu Mystery of rare 5-hour space explosion explained with help from US/Russia and US/UK/Italy... Next week in St. Petersburg, Russia, scientists on an international team that includes Penn State University astronomers will present a paper that provides a simple explanation for mysterious ultra-long gamma-ray bursts -- a very rare form of the mos http://science.psu.edu/news-and-events/2014-news/Burrows9-2014
"21.07.2014 15:33:42" blogs.discovermagazine.com Join the Global Telescope Network and help astrophysicists understand... 1 Artist rendering of a quasar. Source: NASA/ESA/G.Bacon, STScI In Discover Magazine's September print issue, the article "To the Edge and Back"... Join the Global Telescope Network and help astrophysicists understand our Universe! http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/citizen-science-salon/2014/07/19/global-telescope-network/#.U8rR2lZTlvQ
"11.07.2014 19:43:58" www.nasa.gov Out of An Hours-long Explosion, A Stand-In For The First Stars Astronomers analyzing a long-lasting blast of high-energy light observed in 2013 report finding features strikingly similar to those expected from an explosion from the universe's earliest stars. http://www.nasa.gov/content/goddard/out-of-an-hours-long-explosion-a-stand-in-for-the-first-stars/#.U8A9oY1dX9R
"11.07.2014 19:42:11" Timeline Photos In this artist's rendering of GRB 130925A, a sheath of hot, X-ray-emitting gas (red) surrounds a particle jet (white) blasting through the star's surface at nearly the speed of light. The source may have been a metal-poor blue supergiant, an important
"11.07.2014 19:42:11" In this artist's rendering of GRB 130925A, a sheath of hot, X-ray-emitting gas (red) surrounds a particle jet (white) blasting through the star's surface at nearly the speed of light. The source may have been a metal-poor blue supergiant, an importan