Beyond the Blue: Greatest Hits of the Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope (Slide Set Number 64)
 
  • Slide 1: Cosmic Ultraviolet Radiation and the Earth's Atmosphere
  • Slide 2: Balloons and Rockets
  • Slide 3: Constellation of Orion and the Orion Nebula
  • Slide 4: The Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope
  • Slide 5: Astro-1 in the Shuttle bay--Before Launch
  • Slide 6: Space Shuttles Columbia and Atlantis
  • Slide 7: Night Launch of Space Shuttle Columbia
  • Slide 8: Astro-1 in the Space Shuttle Bay--Fully Deployed
  • Slide 9: Astro-1 and Orion
  • Slide 10: Observing from the Space Shuttle
  • Slide 11: Weightless Workouts
  • Slide 12: The Columbia/Astro-1 Crew
  • Slide 13: Night Landing of the Columbia/STS-35
  • Slide 14: The Crab Nebula (Messier 1)--A Young Supernova Remnant
  • Slide 15: The Cygnus loop--An Old Supernova Remnant
  • Slide 16: Messier 79--An Ancient Globular Star Cluster
  • Slide 17: Omega Centauri--A Giant Globular Star Cluster
  • Slide 18: Anatomy of a Starburst--the 30 Doradus Supercluster
  • Slide 19: A Sequence of Spiral Galaxy Types
  • Slide 20: Relative Sizes of Spiral Galaxies
  • Slide 21: Messier 33--The Pinwheel Galaxy in Triangulum
  • Slide 22: Messier 74--A Grand-Design Spiral Galaxy
  • Slide 23: Messier 81--A Bulge-Dominated Spiral Galaxy
  • Slide 24: Messier 77--A Barred Spiral with an Active Nucleus
  • Slide 25: Starburst Activity in M77, M100, and NGC 1317
 
 

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