If you do not succeed at first, try again and try again. José Maria Maddido's astronomer at the University of Huila University in Spain has been trying for more than 10 years to seize a meteorite by losing the moon during the lunar eclipse. Yesterday, when it was called "Super Blood Wolf Blood Moon", it finally happened.
Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse is expected to be on Monday. Our planet's natural satellite is seen by millions of people in the day sky or videofeeding a wonderful copper-red color. However, due to the eclipse on January 21, some observers noticed the small audience online broadcasts, a new scientist reported. Some suspect it was a meteor strike. They prove that they are right.
Jose Madito confirmed this doubt, Tweeting It was a lunar eclipse 5:41 am Spanish Peninsular. A photo released by Madeida clearly shows the yellowish-white portion of the Moon's surface on the upper left side of the moon. The lunar astronomers have been shot short by the Moon. But this was the first time the lunar eclipse over the course of the lunar eclipse over 20 years.
In 1997, astronomers began to observe the planning process. The survey was conducted by the Survey Institute of Detective and Analysis Systems, Midas, Evetia University and Andalucia Institute of Astrophysics. Maddy joined the project in 2008. Using astronomical information from multiple observations, the Midas software is used to detect a meteor on the lunar surface of the lunar surface.
"We observe the Moon's silence, and this lightning differs from the dark background," Madeido explained to Gizmodoc. "Five days after the lunar eclipse we will pass 5 days into the lunar eclipses during the lunar eclipse, at which point the moon is dark."
The telescopes used by MIDAS include high-quality video cameras, record video recording sequences continuously. These videos are later analyzed by software, which automatically identifies flashes and calculates their position on the moon. Madison says that the system can find the moment of an impact flash in the precision of 0.001 seconds. Since 2015, some of the telescopes use photometric filters to help determine the temperature of these flashes.
Never tested a myth during the lunar eclipse that was not myth (now before). "Madeleine is not exactly aware of the exact size of Middazz," he said. But all lunar eclipses have been observed through climate change. Other groups have tried to detect lunar floods on a rotating lane, said Madidio. But nobody has succeeded yet.
"When automatic detection software told me a shiny flashback, I jumped out of my chair."
Usually, the team of Madio uses four telescopes to observe the moon, but this time they decided to use eight. Requires remarkable action to set and test two new devices.
"I did not sleep for about two days, and spent time on the solar eclipse," he told Madido Grimodo. "But I made more efforts to create new telescopes, because I felt like this time & I did not want to miss a collapsing flashes. Notify Flush Flush When I jumped out of my chair, it was a very interesting moment, because I knew that it had not been written before. "
The problem with an impact flash is between seven and 10 days. His team has not yet analyzed all data. But an initial assumption was that it had a mass of 22 kilograms (10 kg) from a small surface.
Through these flashing studies, scientists get the best statistics on the motion of the Moon. Consequently, Earth's atmospheric pressure is absorbed by similar size objects.
A recent study has found that a large asteroid belt that has collided with Earth some 290 million years ago has increased. This conclusion is based on the study of meteor showers on the Moon's surface. Our moon is not like the earth, but when the impact of the celestial is formed, we are shared.[New Scientist]