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Last Post 10/20/2010 7:12 AM by  Mandy Hagenaar
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10/19/2010 9:04 AM
    You mentioned that you liked to study the sun from a "physics point-of-view" because it's practically our neighbor. How long do you think it will be before we have information on other types of stars in our galaxy?
    Tags: stars, galaxy, ultraviolet, Hubble, Betelgeuse

    Mandy Hagenaar

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    10/20/2010 7:12 AM

    Hi Anonymous,

    Throughout the years (centuries) we have been collecting more and more information on everything that's going on in the universe.

    With new smart techniques we are starting to see the surface of other stars, for example Betelgeuse (Beetlejuice) . Scientists apply some superresolution techniques to ultraviolet Betelgeuse images observed with the Hubble Space Telescope (HST):

    Try to go to this link for some pictures:

    I hope this answers some of your question!


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