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  • Sun in Ha
    Sun in Ha IMAGE DETAILS Sun in Ha Camera Canon EOS 350D Telescope Coronado PST Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/sun%20in%20Ha.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Uranus
    Uranus IMAGE DETAILS Uranus Camera Phillips Toucam pro Telescope Celestron C11 Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/uranus.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Moon
    Moon IMAGE DETAILS Moon Camera Canon EOS 450D Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/moon.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Moon Craters
    Moon Craters IMAGE DETAILS Moon Craters Camera Phillips Toucam pro Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/moon%20craters.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Venus transit 2012
    when the planet Venus appeared as a small dark disk moving across the face of the Sun began at 22 09 UTC on 5 June 2012 and finished at 04 49 UTC on 6 June Depending on the position of the observer the exact times varied by up to 7 minutes Transits of Venus are among the rarest of predictable celestial phenomena and occur in pairs eight years apart which

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  • Partial solar 2005
    IMAGE DETAILS Moon Total eclipse 4 May 2004 Image taken by hand Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/moon%20total%20eclipse%202004.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Partial solar 2006
    IMAGE DETAILS Solar eclipse Partial from Skiathos Total in Southern Greece 29 March 2006 Nikos Paschalis

    Original URL path: http://nunki.gr/partial%20solar%20eclipse%202006.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • V0873 Aql
    a type of eclipsing binary variable star These stars are close binaries of spectral types F G or K that share a common envelope of material and are thus in contact with one another They are termed contact binaries because the two stars touch and transfer mass and energy through the connecting neck although astronomer R E Wilson argues that the term overcontact is more appropriate W Ursae Majoris variables are the most common variable stars in the present day Universe About 1 percent of all stars belong to this group The class is divided into two subclasses A type and W type L Binnendijk Veroeffentlichungen der Remeis Sternwarte zu Bamberg Nr 40 p 36 1965 A type W UMa binaries are composed of two stars both hotter than the Sun having spectral types A or F and periods of 0 4 to 0 8 day The W types have cooler spectral types of G or K and shorter periods of 0 22 to 0 4 day The difference between the surface temperatures of the components is less than several hundred kelvins A new subclass was introduced in 1978 B type The B types have larger surface temperature difference In

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