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 BBC: 恒星七纪

 

这是一个关于恒星的史诗般的故事,以及发现它们的故事是如何转变了我们对于宇宙的理解。曾几何时我们认为太阳和恒星是众神和巨人。现在我们知道,在某种意义上,我们是对的。恒星都有它们独特的特点,历史和在宇宙中的角色。最起码,它们在创造我们的过程中扮演了极其重要的角色。

This is the epic story of the stars, and how discovering their tale has transformed our own understanding of the universe.

Once we thought the sun and stars were gods and giants. Now we know, in a way, our instincts were right. The stars do all have their own characters, histories and role in the cosmos. Not least, they played a vital part in creating us.

 

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  And that takes dedication, perseverance and the love of the thrill of the chase. Not just any kind of astronomer but a supernova hunter, and one with perfect timing.
  You know, usually nothing much happens in astonomy. Stars live for millions or billions of years. Some aren't even the same from one night to another, but not with a supernova. It brightens dramatically over  the course of just one night. It works like a human time scale.
Supernovae , are so rarely seen in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, that you need to peer much much further to find many more. You need to hunt for them in other galaxies.
   Professor Alexander runs one of the most successful teams on earth doing just that. In their best year, they discovered almost a hundred.
  There is no calenda  telling you when and where to look for supernovae. You just  look kind of ramdomly at as many galaxies as you can, repeatedly and occasionally a supernova will go off in one of them. I mean, they are rare. Only two or three supernoae per galaxy per century. You really have to scan thousands of galaxies in order to increase your odds of
finding a few each year.
   This robotic telescope takes pictures of over a thousand galaxies a night. And it compares those new pictures with  pictures the same galaxies  it has taken previously. If there's something new in one of the new pictures like a new star, that's an excellent candidate superno. That's the kind of things that we want to keep studying.
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[Homework]2015-04-24 BBC:星光七纪元-28

And takes dedication perseverance and a love of the thrill of the chase, not just any kind of astronomer but a supernovae hunter, and one with perfect timing.You know usually nothing much happens in astronomy, stars live for millions or billions of years, so everything is the same from one night to another, but not with a supernovae, it brightens dramatically over the course of just one night, it happens on a human time scale.
Supernovae are so rarely seen in our own galaxy, the milky way that you need to peer much much further to find many more, you need to hunt for them in other galaxies. Professor Alex F uns one of the most successful search teams on Earth for doing just that, in their best year they discovered almost 100.
There is no calendar telling you where and when to look for supernovae, you just look kind of randomly at as many galaxies as you can repeatedly and occasionally a supernova will go off in one of them, i mean they are rare only two or three supernovae per galaxy per century, so you really have to scan thousands of galaxies in order to increase your odds of finding a few each year. This robotic telescope automatically takes pictures of over 1000 galaxies a night, and it compares those new pictures with pictures of the same galaxy it had taken previously, if there are something new in one of the new pictures, like a new star, that's an excellent candidate supernova, that's the kind of thing that we want to keep studying.

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And that takes the dedication, perseverance and love of the thrill of the chase, not just any kind of astronomer but a supernovae hunter and one with perfect timing. You know usually nothing much happens in astronomy, stars live for millions or billions of years, so it seems the same from one night to another, but not with a supernovae. It brightens dramatically over the course of just one night. It happens at human time’s skip. Supernovae are so rarely seen in our own galaxy, the milky way that you need to peer much, much further to find many more. You need to hunt for them in other galaxies. Professor Alex Phillapinco runs one of the most successful search teams on earth for doing just that. In their best year, they discovered almost a hundred. There is no calendar telling you where and when to look for supernovae. You just look kind of randomly as many galaxies as you can repeatedly and occasionally the supernovae will go off in one of them. I mean they are rare, only 2 or 3 supernovae per galaxy per century, so you really have to scan thousands of galaxies in order to increase your odds to find a few each year. This robotic telescope automatically takes pictures of over a thousand galaxies a night, and compares those new pictures with the pictures of the same galaxies it had taken previously. If there is something new in one of the new pictures like a new star, that’s an excellent candidate for supernovae, that’s the kind of thing we wanna keep studying.
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And that takes dedication, perseverance, and a love of the thrill of the chase, not just any kind of astronomer but a supernovae hunter, and one with perfect timing.
You know, usually nothing much happens in astronomy, stars live for millions, billions of years, so everything is the same from one night to another, but not with a supernovae, it brightens dramatically over the course of the just, it happens like human time scale.
Supernovae are so rarely seen in our own galaxy the Milky Way that you need to peer much, much further to find many more, you need to hunt for them in other galaxies. Professor A runs one of the most successful search teams on earth for doing just that. In they are best year, they discovered almost a hundred.
There is no calendar telling you where and when to look for the supernovae, you just look kind of randomly as main galaxies as you can, repeatedly and casually a supernovae will go off in one of them. I mean they are rare only two or three supernovae per galaxy per century, so you really have to scan thousands of galaxies in order to increase you odds finding a few each year. This robotic telescope automatically takes pictures of over a thousands galaxies a night, and compares these new pictures with pictures of the same galaxies it had taken previously, if there were something new in one of new pictures, like a new star that’s an excellent candidate supernovae, that’s the kind of thing that we wanna keep studying.
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