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Puppis

Puppis is a constellation in the southern sky. Puppis, the Poop Deck, was part of an over-large constellation, the ship of Jason and the Argonauts, Argo Navis, which centuries after its initial description, was divided into three parts, the other two being Carina, Vela. Puppis is the largest of the three constellations in square degrees, it is one of the 88 modern constellations recognized by the International Astronomical Union. Argo Navis was sub-divided into three sections in 1752 by the French astronomer Nicolas Louis de Lacaille, including Argûs in puppi. Despite the division, Lacaille kept a single set of Bayer designations for the whole constellation Argo. Therefore, Carina has the α, β, ε, Vela has γ and δ, Puppis has ζ, so on. In the 19th century, these three sections of Argo became established as separate constellations and were formally included in the list of 88 modern IAU constellations in 1930. Several extrasolar planet systems have been found around stars in the constellation Puppis, including: On July 1, 2003, a planet was found orbiting the star HD 70642.

This planetary system is much like Jupiter with a long-period. On May 17, 2006, HD 69830 was discovered to have three Neptune-mass planets, the first multi-planetary system without any Jupiter-like or Saturn-like planets; the star hosts an asteroid belt at the region between middle planet to outer planet. On June 21, 2007, the first extrasolar planet found in the open cluster NGC 2423, was discovered around the red giant star NGC 2423-3; the planet is orbits at 2.1 AU distance. On September 22, 2008, two Jupiter-like planets were discovered around HD 60532. HD 60532 b has a minimum mass of 1.03 MJ and orbits at 0.759 AU and takes 201.3 days to complete the orbit. HD 60532 c has a minimum mass of 2.46 MJ and orbits at 1.58 AU and takes 604 days to complete the orbit. As the Milky Way runs through Puppis, there are a large number of open clusters in the constellation. M46 and M47 are two open clusters in the same binocular field. M47 can be seen with the naked eye under dark skies, its brightest stars are 6th magnitude.

Messier 93 is another open cluster somewhat to the south. NGC 2451 is a bright open cluster containing the star c Puppis, the near NGC 2477 is a good target for small telescopes; the star Pi Puppis is the main component of a bright group of stars known as Collinder 135. M46 is a circular open cluster with an overall magnitude of 6.1 at a distance of 5400 light-years from Earth. The planetary nebula NGC 2438 is superimposed. M46 is classified as a Trumpler class III 2 m cluster; this means. However, it is not at its center; the cluster's stars, numbering between 50 and 100, have a moderate range in brightness. Levy, David H. Deep Sky Objects, Prometheus Books, ISBN 1-59102-361-0 Ian Ridpath and Wil Tirion. Stars and Planets Guide, London. ISBN 978-0-00-823927-5. Princeton University Press, Princeton. ISBN 978-0-691-17788-5. Richard Hinckley Allen, Star Names, Their Lore and Legend, New York, Dover; the Deep Photographic Guide to the Constellations: Puppis The clickable Puppis Star Tales – Puppis

Inari-machi Station (Hiroshima)

Inari-machi is a Hiroden station on Hiroden Main Line, located in Inari-machi, Minami-ku, Hiroshima. From Inari-machi Station, there are three of Hiroden Streetcar routes. Hiroshima Station - Hiroshima Port Route Hiroshima Station - Hiroden-miyajima-guchi Route Hiroshima Station - Eba Route █ Main Line Matoba-cho — Inari-machi — Kanayama-cho Inari Shrine Hiroshima Fashion Business Speciality College Opened on November 23, 1912. Moved to the current place in 1950. Hiroden Streetcar Lines and Routes

Casper Christensen

Casper Lindholm Christensen is a Danish comedian. He has hosted many shows including Casper & Mandrilaftalen, the Danish airing of Shooting Stars and Don't Forget Your Toothbrush, the Danish version of Deal or No Deal, he had a leading role in the Danish sit-coms Langt fra Las Vegas and Klovn. Christensen was born in Munkebo, he started his TV-career in the Danish children's show Hvaffor en Hånd? in 1991 but is well known for hosting the successful radio program Tæskeholdet. One of Casper Christensen's characteristics early in his career was his appearance including big glasses, whacky hairstyle, an abstract clothing style. Christensen was well known for his energetic appearance on screen. In this period, Christensen's most notable appearances were Casper & Mandrilaftalen, Tæskeholdet and Safari. In years, Christensen has toned down his crazy appearance, made a career shift towards more serious projects. Casper Christensen has become one of the most sought after Danish TV hosts. On 1 February 2007, Casper returned to radio with the programme Kongen af Danmark on the Danish radio station TV 2 Radio.

Casper Christensen left TV2 Radio and instead began writing on the 5th and 6th season of Klovn with his long-time colleague Frank Hvam. The 6th season aired on TV2 Zulu in the spring of 2009. On 2 October 2009, he aired his latest project for the first time on TV 2, it is a live talk show called ALOHA!. Media related to Casper Christensen at Wikimedia Commons Casper Christensen on IMDb

Goroka Show

The Goroka Show is a well-known tribal gathering and cultural event in Papua New Guinea. It is a sing-sing held every year close to the country's Independence Day in the town of Goroka, the capital of the Eastern Highlands Province. About 100 tribes arrive to show their music and culture; the festival started in the mid-1950s as an initiative of Australian Kiaps. In recent years it has become a major attraction for both national and international tourists and remains the largest cultural event in Papua New Guinea despite similar shows now being organised in Mount Hagen and other cities around the country. List of festivals in Papua New Guinea List of folk festivals Official website Photos from Goroka Show - 1957 and 1958 Tribal Gathering: The Goroka Show Pancorbo, Luis: "El show de Goroka" en "Fiestas del Mundo. Las Máscaras de la Luna". Pp. 141–145. Ediciones del Serbal, Barcelona. ISBN 84-7628-168-4

Dog Salmon River

The Dog Salmon River is a 70-mile tributary of the Ugashik River in the U. S. state of Alaska. Beginning on the flanks of Mount Kialagvik, it flows northwest through the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge to meet the larger river 4 miles southwest of Ugashik, at the head of Ugashik Bay, an arm of Bristol Bay, it descends to the upper reaches of the bay from an elevation of 981 feet in a valley of the Aleutian Range between Mount Chiginagak and Mount Kialagvik. Among its feeder streams are Figure Eight and Wandering creeks, it is not navigable. The streambed is a mix of gravel and mud, with its milky glacier headwaters growing muddy as it progresses. There are many rivers in Alaska bearing the name Dog Salmon River and this river should not be confused with those located on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta or eastern Norton Sound; as its name suggests, the river hosts large numbers of Chum Salmon along with smaller numbers of Pink Salmon and Dolly Varden char. List of rivers of Alaska

Dev (artist)

Dev is a Punjabi artist and poet based in Switzerland. Dev was born in 1947 in Jagraon, India; when he was 5 he moved to Nairobi. He returned to India in 1964, he published his first poetry collection in 1969. In 1979, he moved to Switzerland because he was influenced by Swiss artist Paul Klee. Since he has lived in various cities in and outside Europe such as Bern and Buenos Aires, he lives in Rubigen, Bern. Vidhroh - 1969 Doosre Kinare Di Talash Matlabi Mitti Prashan Te Parvaz Hun Ton Pehchan Shabdant Schromani Pravesi Panjabi Sahitkar - 1992 Sahitya Akademi award for his Punjabi poetry collection Shabant - 2001