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TYCHO OTTESEN BRAHE
TYCHO OTTESEN BRAHE
Scania, Denmark (1546 - 1601)
Tycho Brahe was a Danish nobleman famed for his accurate and comprehensive astronomical and planetary observations. Hailing from Scania, then part of Denmark, now part of modern-day Sweden, Brahe was well known in his lifetime as an astronomer and alchemist.
 

Disfrute estos perspicaces y educacionales videoclips obtenidos de más de 70 horas de entrevistas con las más notables figuras en astronomía tomadas durante la filmación del documental 400 Años del Telescopio.

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Steven Beckwith

How I became an astronomer
Steven Beckwith - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI

It’s a little bit of an accident. I loved astronomy as a kid. I had a telescope, and then I made a telescope, my father actually got me started and got me a kit...

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Steven Beckwith

Hubble and the general public
Steven Beckwith - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI

Hubble, frankly, didn’t belong to the astronomers at that point. It was publicly funded, yes, we use it for research, yes, it is great, it is the greatest of these instruments, but really we had been so successful in engaging the public in this mission that everybody thought they owned it and they couldn’t understand why it was going to be taken away from them.

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Steven Beckwith

IYA Greeting
Steven Beckwith - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI

Astronomy is part of the human consciousness or awareness that’s we’re in something bigger than just ourselves.

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Steven Beckwith

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)
Steven Beckwith - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI

First of all, we know we can predict with very good – we believe we can predict certain discoveries that should be made which will be tremendously exciting, if we can build the technology. In the case of the James Webb, it’s designed to be able to look back beyond the beginning of galaxies.

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Steven Beckwith

The Hubble launch
Steven Beckwith - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI

Imagine putting a rather heavy school bus in orbit, and then being able, once it’s in orbit, to point it anywhere in the sky to a tiny fraction of a second of arc, and stabilize it for an hour as it’s whizzing around, or more as it’s whizzing around the earth at 17,000 miles an hour. That was a remarkable technological feat.

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