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Title: Nobelova cena za fyziku a exoplanety - příběh planety 51 Pegasi b (Czech)
Title: Nobel Prize in Physics for Exoplanets - The Story of Planet 51 Pegasi b (English)
Author: Kabáth, Petr
Language: Czech
Journal: Pokroky matematiky, fyziky a astronomie
ISSN: 0032-2423
Volume: 65
Issue: 1
Year: 2020
Pages: 10-18
Summary lang: Czech
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Category: physics
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Summary: Nobelova cena za fyziku v roce 2019 byla z jedné poloviny udělena za objev první exoplanety, obíhající okolo hvězdy podobné Slunci, s katalogovým číslem 51 v souhvězdí Pegase. Objev planety 51 Pegasi b byl oznámen v roce 1995. Od té doby odvětví astrofyziky zabývající se výzkumem exoplanet zažilo překotný rozvoj a ani nyní po ocenění Michela Mayora a Didiera Queloze za tento jejich stěžejní objev se stále nedá očekávat, že by bylo vše o exoplanetách už známo. Pojďme se podívat, co ve výzkumu exoplanet předcházelo udělení Nobelovy ceny, a co naopak očekáváme v příští dekádě. (Czech)
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Date available: 2020-06-11T11:58:23Z
Last updated: 2020-06-22
Stable URL: http://hdl.handle.net/10338.dmlcz/148113
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