Sunday, 2011 May 8, 13:31 — astronomy

links from spaaace

Average illumination near the Moon’s south pole, showing which crater floors never (or almost never) see sunlight. Unfortunately the text doesn’t quantify what the whitest pixel means, i.e., how much time the most-illuminated point spends in shadow.

Wobbling time exposure of Regulus and Mars, showing ‘twinkle’ in a novel way.

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