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Surveying the Stars

It is an enormous step to go from the planets to the stars. For example, our Voyager 1 probe, which…

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ESA and NASA To Jointly Launch a Space Weather Forecasting System

The UK Space Agency has announced a collaboration between NASA and ESA to produce a system that will forecast and…

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RAS Warns of Potential Danger of Starlink Satellites To Ground-Based Astronomy

The Royal Astronomical Society has issued a publication stating their concern about the potential negative impact of the SpaceX starlink…

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Jupiter and Saturn

The two planets are gas giant – they are not a rocky planet like Earth -. They are basically made…

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Radio Astronomy and satellites

Some limitations of optical telescopes are overcome by the use of Radio telescopes. Radio Telescope detects radio waves that come…

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Stars and Stellar Distances

Ancient Greek Astronomers believed the stars were burning objects. Today, we know that stars are composed of very hot gases….

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Uranus and Neptune

The two planets are being discussed together because they have lot of similarities and the most tangible one to us…

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Asteroids may be harder to break

A Johns Hopkins study discovered that asteroids my be stronger than previously thought. The study carried out using a new…

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Tilted Exoplanets may explain astronomical mysteries

When a exoplanet tilts to its side with respect to its star, it is called planet obliquity, this is responsible…

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New Horizons data points to Large Kuiper Belt Objects

The vital data sent by The New Horizons spacecraft when it performed its Pluto flyby in July 2015 has pointed…

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EELV now National Security Space

The US Air Force on Friday changed the name of Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle program (EELV) to National Security Space…

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Space X Crew Dragon docks with ISS

March 3 was made a date to be inscribed in history. It was the launch of the first crew spaceflight…

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