Chasing a stellar flash
Last year, ESA’s Gaia mission helped astronomers make unique observations of Neptune’s large moon Triton as it passed in front of a distant star. This is a preview of the superb quality and versatility of the Gaia data that will be released in April.
For more about this story see http://sci.esa.int/gaia/60011-chasing-a-stellar-flash-with-assistance-from-gaia/
Starquakes are a thing and our Gaia mission has seen them #shorts
From the Solar System to the Hyades cluster
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Gaia?s first asteroid survey
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Very Beautiful! Thanks! Vielen Dank.
So, light passing through an atmosphere somehow becomes brighter?
So after all, it was just Gaia propaganda.