The Universe is home to numerous exotic and beautiful phenomena, some of which can generate almost inconceivable amounts of energy. Supermassive black ...
The Universe is home to numerous exotic and beautiful phenomena, some of which can generate almost inconceivable amounts of energy. Supermassive black holes, merging neutron stars, streams of hot gas moving close to the speed of light ... these are but a few of the marvels that generate gamma-ray radiation, the most energetic form of radiation, billions of times more energetic than the type of light visible to our eyes. Now all these phenomena are studied by the Fermi Telescope, launched on June 11, 2008, from Cape Canaveral, the highest profile mission of NASA's Structure and Evolution of the Universe theme. You can be kept informed about the Fermi's most important discoveries on what is happening now in the violent side of the Universe or track in real-time the Fermi satellite orbiting around our planet. Enable Push notifications and be updated! Fermi sky features different tabs: TRACK - using seamless integration with iPhone and iPad mapping capabilities the actual location of the satellite is displayed in real-time. NEWS - subdivided into different categories: 1: The most important discoveries of Fermi: a nova went off in Cygnus, millisecond pulsars, energetic flares from far-away galaxies and GRBs (Gamma-Ray Bursts), gigantic explosions second only to Big Bang. 2: News useful for all astronomy stakeholders: target of opportunities, flaring objects and the likes. 3: GRB news. Each iPhone can be customized to receive any of these news, just access the 'Settings' tab! MAPS - Huge maps or videos, the visions of the Universe seen in gamma-rays by Fermi.
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