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UW space scientists use Keck telescope to study wild weather of Uranus

The two sides of the planet Uranus, as viewed in this composite image, by the Keck II Telescope at near infrared wavelengths. Courtesy of Lawrence Sromovsky, UW-Madison Space Science and Engineering Center.
Capitalizing on the optical capabilities of the Keck Telescope, scientists have gained an unpre......

Full article >>> he planet. Spotted in the northern hemisphere of Uranus, the 18,000-mile-long complex of clouds dissipated completely during the span of a month.

These more dynamic systems seem to develop at northern latitudes where they rise to even higher latitudes, apparently using up energy and dissipating relatively rapidly, Sromovsky said.

Together, the new images of Uranus reveal more tha......

Full article >>> l we can see from the ground with Keck far exceeds what we could see with Voyager during its relatively close pass by the planet. And we can get better resolution than Hubble, especially at the near infrared wavelengths we use to improve cloud contrast.

Situated at the summit of Hawaiis dormant Mauna Kea volcano, the Keck Telescope boasts a 10-meter diameter segmented mirror, and a revolu......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Terry Devitt 11/10/04


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