Newest Window in the sky: the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer satellite Mission (Slide Set Number 65)
 
  • Slide 1: Artist's conception of the Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer in space
  • Slide 2: The electromagnetic spectrum
  • Slide 3: Extreme ultraviolet technology
  • Slide 4: The EUVE satellite's spacecraft information
  • Slide 5: The EUVE scanning telescopes
  • Slide 6: The EUVE Deep Survey/Spectrometer Telescope
  • Slide 7: EUVE launch from Cape Canaveral
  • Slide 8: EUVE Science Operations Center at UC Berkeley
  • Slide 9: K-12 teachers participating in EUVE mission
  • Slide 10: EUVE mission goals
  • Slide 11: World and EUVE sky projections
  • Slide 12: EUVE all sky map
  • Slide 13: EUVE all sky map - complete data set
  • Slide 14: Astronomical sources of extreme ultraviolet radiation
  • Slide 15: EUVE targets of study
  • Slide 16: Procyon in medium wavelength spectrometer
  • Slide 17: Two white dwarfs: G191-B2B and HZ 43
  • Slide 18: SS Cygni in outburst
  • Slide 19: Our Sun's neighborhood
  • Slide 20: First quarter Moon
  • Slide 21: Full Moon
  • Slide 22: Jupiter during Shoemaker-Levy 9 impacts
  • Slide 23: Extreme ultraviolet helium emissions from Jupiter during SL-9 impacts
  • Slide 24: Vela Supernova remnant
  • Slide 25: Cygnus Loop Supernova remnant
 
 

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