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Stars spin and they continue doing so even after their death. This means they keep spinning even when they become Black Holes and these Black Holes in turn keep spinning faster and faster as they keep evaporating and eventually shrink to Planck Length. Even when they achieve the Planck Length, they keep spinning. Along with this spin and their gravitational force, they distort everything around them (actually within their event horizon).
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Black Holes eventually shrink down to the size smaller than the size of an electron (a sub-atomic particle). At this stage it reaches a size what is known as Planck Length. This length is actually the quantum size limit. Theoretically nothing can become smaller than this and there is actually no instrument available that can measure Planck Length. The value of Planck Length is 1.61619926 x 10-35 meters.
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Closer to a Black Hole, things simply get distorted. The immense gravitational pull of the Black Holes have the ability to distort even space. This distortion gets profound because Black Holes spin rapidly. This distortion is nothing but an infinite regression of distortions.
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✨ Join us for a night of stars at our Stargazing Party! ✨
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🌟 Date: 23rd March 2018
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🌟 Time: 09:00 PM - 02:00 AM
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🌟 Location: Al Qudra
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🌟 Activities:
• Talk on: UFO – Facts & Fictions
An effort by Dubai Astronomy Group to create awareness and answer the quires.
• Talk on: Earth Hour – Awareness and Contribution
• Observation of Moon, Jupiter, Mars & Saturn.
• Star de-coding session
• Telescopic Observation
• Dinner – Veg/ Non-Veg
• Q&A Session
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🌟 Tickets Fee:
• 140 AED for adults
• 70 AED for kids under 13
• 50 AED for DAG Members (you must have the international/associate/student membership card to avail this facility)
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🌟 Tickets:
Visit the link in our bio to purchase the tickets.
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🌟 Note:
• The venue for the event is at Al Qudra, Dubai. A precise location map will be sent to you by email after you register for the program
• There is no transport near the area and no buses and taxies will be there. You will have to come with your own car. We will not be providing transport.
• You don't need to have a 4x4 car to reach the location, however, it is recommended.
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We look forward to seeing you there!
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🌟 Contact us for more information:
📞 04 221 6603
📧 astro@dubaiastronomy.com
🌐 www.dubaiastronomy.com
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When viewed through the foreground of stars in Milky Way, the superheated plasma or the gas cloud in which the Perseus cluster resides appears to have fuzzy blobs. Each of these blobs is a galaxy. The atmosphere of the cluster contains ions like S XV, Si XIV and Fe XXV. The NGC 1275, which is the most dominant galaxy in the cluster accretes matter as other galaxies and gas fall into it. This means that the NGC 1275 has an active galactic nucleus with the center being way more luminous than the normal luminosity of a galaxy. This also means that the NGC 1275 hosts a supermassive black hole at its very center. The active galactic nucleus of the NGC 1275 produces very deep notes or radio waves known as B♭. This note was observed by Chandra observations and had oscillation time period of 9.6 million years. This oscillation time period is 57 octaves below a piano’s middle keys. -
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Perseus Cluster is one of the most massive objects in known and visible universe. The Perseus Cluster which appears to be nothing more than a mere star field is actually a cluster of galaxies. The cluster is immersed in a cloud of gas which is heated to several million degrees. The cluster is a part of Perseus constellation and has a recession speed of 5,336 km/s.
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According to NASA, the Perseus Cluster is composed of 150 galaxies. NASA also says that the cluster is actually a part of an even bigger structure known as the Pisces-Perseus supercluster which composed of well over 1000 galaxies. If you come across the term Abell 426, it is the same as the Perseus Cluster. It is just that the cluster has been cataloged as Abell 426. The most dominant galaxy of the Perseus Cluster is the NGC 1275 which is located at a distance of 250 million light years from earth. When viewed in X-Ray band, this galaxy cluster appears to be the brightest cluster in sky.
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🌍 Let’s celebrate “Earth Hour” and Light a candle of Knowledge at Al Thuraya Astronomy Center – Mushrif Park, Dubai 🌎
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🌟 Date: 
24th March 2018
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🌟 Time: 
07:30 PM - 09:30 PM
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🌟 Location: 
Al Thuraya Astronomy Center, Mushrif Park
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🌟 Program Schedule:
• 07:30PM – Talk & Film Show about Earth Hour
• 08:30PM – Earth Hour Observation & Telescopic Observation
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🌟 Tickets Fee:
• 20 AED for adults
• 10 AED for kids
• Free for DAG Members (you should have the international/associate/student membership card to avail this facility)
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🌟 Tickets:
To buy tickets for the event please visit the link in our bio.
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🌟 Contact us for more information:
📞 04 221 6603
📧 astro@dubaiastronomy.com
🌐 www.dubaiastronomy.com
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