AstroCuenca

El Cielo del Mes - Diciembre 2018

EL CIELO DEL MES
Miércoles, 28 de noviembre (con la colaboración de Astrocuenca)

  • 19:00 – 19:30 - Sesión en directo en el Planetario de los objetos y constelaciones que verán los observadores visuales a lo largo del mes de diciembre de 2018.  (detalle)
  • 20:15  22:15 - Observación Astronómica.  (detalle)

 

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Efemérides Año 2018

Resumen de los fenómenos astronómicos previstos durante 2018

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  • Mercury's mysterious 'darkness' explained
    Scientists have long been puzzled by Mercury's very dark surface. Previously, scientists proposed that the darkness came from carbon accumulated by comet impacts. Now scientists confirm that carbon is present at Mercury's surface, but that it most likely originated deep below the surface, in the form of a now-disrupted and buried ancient graphite-rich crust, which was later brought to the surface via impacts after most of the current crust formed.
  • The expansion of the Universe simulated
    The universe is constantly expanding. But how does our universe evolve? Physicists have now developed a new code of numerical simulations that offers a glimpse of the complex process of the formation of structures in the universe. Based on Einstein's equations, they were able to integrate the rotation of space-time into their calculations and calculate the amplitude of gravitational waves.
  • Cosmochemists find evidence for unstable heavy element at solar system formation
    Scientists have discovered evidence in a meteorite that a rare element, curium, was present during the formation of the solar system. This finding ends a 35-year-old debate on the possible presence of curium in the early solar system, and plays a crucial role in reassessing models of stellar evolution and synthesis of elements in stars.