Galaxy UGC 3946
Galaxy in constellation Canis Minor (The Little Dog).
1.3' x 42''78.0000
7h 37m 59s7.63333321
3º 17' 59''3.29999995
Maximum altitude: 54.3 degrees at 07:46 hours
Best period for observing at
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Oct 7 — Recent articles published in 'Astronomy & Astrophysics'
Authors: C. Vastel, S. Yamamoto, B. Lefloch and R. Bachiller.<br />Astronomy & Astrophysics Vol. 582 , page L3<br />Published online: 07/10/2015<br /> Keywords: astrochemistry ; line: identification ; molecular data ; radiative transfer.Oct 7 — Recent articles published in 'Astronomy & Astrophysics'
Authors: Holger S. P. Müller, Sébastien Muller, Peter Schilke, Edwin A. Bergin, John H. Black, Maryvonne Gerin, Dariusz C. Lis, David A. Neufeld and Sümeyye Suri.<br />Astronomy & Astrophysics Vol. 582 , page L4<br />Published online: 07/10/2015<br /> ...Oct 6 — SPACE.com
In "The Martian," Mark Watney deals with a lot of dangerous situations — food and communications being a couple of them. But what if his camp got hit by a solar storm? How could he protect himself?Oct 6 — SPACE.com
Earlier this month, the ExoMars launch date was pushed back by a couple of months. Instead of launching in January 2016, the European mission will launch the following March — but still get to Mars at nearly the same time. How is this possible?Oct 6 — Universe Today
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If all goes according to plan, a NASA rocket launch Wednesday evening (Oct. 7) will produce multicolored patches of light in the darkening sky visible to many people in the Middle Atlantic and Northeast United States.