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Space Technology. Visual (Optical) Telescopes. Reflecting – uses mirrors to gather and focus light from distant objects, can be very large Refracting – uses lenses to gather and focus light from distant objects . X-Ray Telescopes.

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Visual optical telescopes
Visual (Optical) Telescopes

  • Reflecting– uses mirrors to gather and focus light from distant objects, can be very large

  • Refracting– uses lenses to gather and

    focus light from distant objects.


X ray telescopes
X-Ray Telescopes

  • makes images using x-rays from space such as remnants of exploded stars.

  • Example: Chandra X-Ray Observatory


Gamma ray telescopes
Gamma Ray Telescopes

  • makes images using gamma rays from objects such as black holes.

  • Example: Compton Gamma Ray Observatory (decommissioned)


Infrared telescopes
Infrared Telescopes

  • detects infrared radiation from objects in space.

  • Example: Keplar , Spitzer, Webb Telescopes


Radio telescopes
Radio Telescopes

  • usually land based, detects radio waves from space, data displayed as graphs

  • Example: Arecibo, PR


Space probes
Space Probes

  • Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 space craft - collected images of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune and their moons.


Space probes1
Space Probes

  • Galileo – Orbited Jupiter and its moons to study their atmospheres and Jupiter’s huge storms.


Space probes2
Space Probes

  • Cassini-Huygens – orbited Saturn in 2004 then detached the Huygens probe which studied the atmosphere of Titan, Saturn’s largest moon.


Space probes3
Space Probes

  • Mars Rovers Spirit and Opportunity – confirmed water had once been present on the surface of Mars (2004)


Accelerators
Accelerators

  • provide subatomic particle energies that simulate conditions in the stars and in the early history of the universe before stars.

  • Example: CERN and the Higgs boson particle

  • http://home.web.cern.ch/about/accelerators


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