|"Being in the right place at the right time is essential for success."
Astro-Carto-Graphy gives you the right places, and
Your Transits gives you the right times.
|Amid a backdrop of far-off galaxies, the majestic dusty spiral galaxy, NGC 3370, looms in the
foreground in this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image. The total exposure time for this
galaxy took one full day, and the combined image provides one of the deepest views taken
by Hubble. As a result, thousands of distant galaxies are discernible. NGC 3370 resides 98
million light-years, (or 30 megaparsecs), from Earth in the constellation Leo. Recent
observations taken with the Advanced Camera for Surveys, (ACS), show spiral arm
structure spotted with hot areas of new star formation.
One light-year = traveling @ 186,000 miles per second,
x 60 seconds per minute, x 60 minutes per hour,
x 24 hours in one day, x 365 days per year!
Multiplied By 98 Million To Reach Spiral Galaxy NGC 3370!
|THIS READING IS FOR THOSE WHO WANT AN ELABORATION AND DETALIS ABOUT ALL
PLACES ON THE EARTH.
IT IS DONE AFTER "THE TRANSITS AND MAPS READING"