The spectrum of cosmic rays 
First versions of Wilson’s cloud chamber, around 1895 
Rockoon with Deacon rocket 
Charmed baryon and neutrino-proton collision in bubble chamber 
Draft of the cyclotron in the patent specification from 1932 
Picture of the moon taken using x-rays: The light side on the right is a reflection of the sun’s x-rays; the overall x-ray background signal is also detectable.
Centaurus A: Radio emission; Radio and Infrared; Radio, Infrared, X-ray and Visible Light; Visible Light [160, 5, 6, 7]
Black hole with accretion disc and jets (quasar) 
Movie The Black Hole at the center of the Milky Way 
False color image of 3C58; close-up of pulsar at center 
Along the charged track light is emitted isotropically (circles). Particles moving faster than light are emitting Cherenkov radiation (a). Particles below this threshold do not support coherent emission (b). 
ASPERA Schedule for infrastructure and communication network up to 2009 
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