Galaxy showed an incredible new scene
#Cosmoread: An incredible new photo of our home galaxy, the Milky wavelengths that are invisible to the human eye, revealing the hidden star birth regions glow eerily shows.
(Between infrared light and radio waves) submillimeter wavelengths shining, the Galaxy is the new image, the APEX (Atacama Pathfinder Experiment) telescope in Chile was used stretches across. Besides providing a beautiful picture, research astronomers a few tens of degrees above absolute zero galaxy that gas and dust is allowed to see.
Photo APEX Telescope Large Area Survey Galaxy (ATLASGAL) are part of the survey. The survey was part of the newly born stars, the heavy, cold clouds that are hard to see the locations of scientists to learn. Astronomers from the European Space Agency’s Planck telescope with them, gas density is estimated by combining the results of APEX.
“ATLASGAL the next generation of high-mass stars form in clusters and provides exciting insights,” Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy, who led the combination of data from Apex and Planck Time Csengeri, European southern Observatory said in a statement, which operates APEX.
“Combining these with observations from Planck, we are now large-scale structures of giant molecular clouds can get a link.”
Within the new image, the star-forming regions in the Milky Way, astronomers now southern places. ATLASGAL full sky map 140 degrees, three degrees long and broad, which is four times the area previously occupied by ATLASGAL map covers an area of, and is made of high-quality imagery, the statement said. ATLASGAL LABOCA instrument data is known as a top (largest bolometer camera) was provided by. Incoming light from the instrument is ready for the detector to register changes in the temperature, and sensitive enough dust to enter the small fluctuations.
APEX has been in operation for 10 years. The Atacama Large Millimeter / submillimeter Array, which dozens of telescopes in the same area of Chile a new array served as a prototype antenna. APEX many of the goals are likely to be surveyed by the more powerful ALMA, ESO said.