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TEMPO2 user manual - Jodrell Bank Observatory

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Tempo2 is a new version of the tempo pulsar timing software. An overview of the software is provided in Hobbs, Edwards & Manchester (2006; MNRAS 369 655). A second paper provides mathematical details of the algorithms used in the software (Edwards, Hobbs & …

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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Mars can be seen towards the southeast in the pre-dawn sky at the start the month. It then rises at ~04:30am and will be best seen at around 6am having an elevation of ~8 degrees. It will have a magnitude of +1.1 and a 5.5 arc second, salmon-pink, disk and lies just to the left of the 'lid of the teapot' in Sagittarius. By month's end it will ...

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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A Tutorial on Radio Pulsars - Jodrell Bank Observatory

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A Tutorial on Radio Pulsars. WARNING: latex2html has scrambled the order and placment of formulae and tables - hope to fix this sometime. This tutorial was produced as part of the lecture course given to MSc students here at Jodrell bank in 1996. Its content and layout follows the book by Lyne and Graham-Smith on Pulsar Astronomy in many areas.

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for …

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month; Highlights of the Month; The Planets; The Stars; New(ish ...

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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Rising in the south-east is the constellation Virgo whose brightest star is Spica. Though Virgo has few bright stars it is in the direction of of a great cluster of galaxies - the Virgo Cluster - which lies at the centre of the supercluster of which our local group of galaxies is an outlying member.

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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Regulus is a blue-white star, five times bigger than the sun at a distance of 90 light years. It shines at magnitude 1.4. Algieba, which forms the base of the neck, is the second brightest star in Leo at magnitude 1.9. With a telescope it resolves into one of the most magnificent double stars in the sky - a pair of golden yellow stars!

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for …

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Regulus is a blue-white star, five times bigger than the sun at a distance of 90 light years. It shines at magnitude 1.4. Algieba, which forms the base of the neck, is the second brightest star in Leo at magnitude 1.9. With a telescope it resolves into one of the most magnificent double stars in the sky - a pair of golden yellow stars!

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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Infinity and Eternity of the Universe

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Infinity and Eternity of the Universe ... And much harder it is to suppose that all ye particles in an infinite space should be so accurately poised one among another as to stand still in a perfect equilibrium. For I reccon this as hard as to make not one needle only but an infinite number of them (so many as there are particles in an infinite ...

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The Night Sky May 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky May 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky June 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky June 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky during the month. Image of the Month

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The Night Sky June 2020 | Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics

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The Night Sky June 2020 Compiled by Ian Morison. This page, updated monthly, will let you know some of the things that you can look out for in the night sky. It lists the phases of the Moon, where you will see the naked-eye planets and describes some of the prominent constellations in the night sky

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1.1 Cosmological expansion and redshift

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2005-2-2 · Exactly the same formula as above can be derived for every short segment of its path, so wavelength and scale factor will continue to track each other: a, or . The photon expands at the same rate as the universe! The deep meaning of the cosmological redshift. is that (1 + z) tells us how much the universe has expanded since the light was emitted.

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