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365 Days of Astronomy
Fri Aug 22 13:43:23 2014 GMT
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  • Aug 22nd: Science on the Halfsphere
  • Aug 21st: The Minus-Third Anniversary of the 2017 US-Crossing Total Solar Eclipse
  • Aug20th: News From the 126th Meeting of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific
  • Aug 19th: Asteroid Mining Part 2
  • Aug 18th: Solutions to the Fermi Paradox
  • Aug 17th: Astronomy Outreach
  • Aug 16th: Cosmic Cloud Seen From Highest and Driest Place on Earth
  • Aug 15th: What is the Supermoon?
  • Aug 14th: Traipsing Between Life-Supporting Planets
  • Aug 13th: Teen Science Cafe
  • Alien Life
    Fri Apr 19 13:43:09 2013 GMT
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  • How do we search for life in the universe?
  • Contacting ETI via sunlight
  • Layer of liquefied molten rock in Earth's mantle discovered
  • Habitable zones around different star types
  • Volcanic eruptions linked to extinctions
  • Could science fiction alien Balok exist?
  • Voyager 1 leaves the heliosphere
  • 505 million-year-old fossil discovered
  • Oldest light in the universe
  • Current concepts of planet habitability
  • Determining age of the ‘Methuselah Star’
  • Little margin for error to supporting life as we know it
  • Studying an exoplanet’s atmosphere
  • New technique unveils 10 exoplanets
  • A new third-closest star system
  • Number of potentially habitable planets greater than previously thought
  • Key features in proteins needed for life to function on Mars
  • Evidence that ancient Mars could have supported living microbes
  • Astrobiology Magazine
    Mon May 12 16:45:34 2014 GMT
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  • New Exomoon Hunting Technique Could Find Solar System-like Moons
  • NASA Simulator Successfully Recreates Space Dust
  • Cassini Spies the Ice-Giant Planet Uranus
  • A Difficult Search for Life on Exoplanets
  • A Wimpy Dwarf Fossil Galaxy
  • Dusting for Prints: New Clues for Exoplanets in Old Hubble Images
  • Octillions of microbes in the seas: Ocean microbes show incredible genetic diversity
  • Oxygen In Exoplanet Atmospheres Could Fool Search For Life
  • Ocean acidity is dissolving shells of tiny snails off the U.S. West Coast
  • Ganymede May Harbor Club Sandwich of Oceans and Ice
  • Star Is Discovered To Be a Close Neighbor of the Sun and the Coldest of Its Kind
  • Ore Factories in the Deep Sea
  • Microscopic Organism Plays a Big Role in Ocean Carbon Cycling
  • How Cosmic Crashes Could Have Kickstarted Plate Tectonics
  • Vitamin B3 from Space to Earth by Meteorites
  • Upside-down planet reveals new method for studying binary star systems
  • Traces of recent water on Mars
  • Faithful allies since the Cretaceous
  • Astromart News
    Sat Aug 16 19:13:02 2014 GMT
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  • Wolf-Rayet 104 Has Us Locked in its Gunsights -- Are We in Danger of an Extinction Level GRB?
  • Mysterious Molecules in Space
  • Binary Star Systems May Form Planets with Weird and Wild Orbits
  • Is Our Universe Just a Bubble in a Sea of Bubbles?
  • It Was 45 Years Ago Today -- Next Stop Mars
  • Most Distant Milky Way Star Detected... And It's One Third the Distance to the Andromeda Galaxy
  • Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays Found Emanating From Hotspot Near Ursa Major
  • Mysterious X-ray Signal in Perseus May be the First Observed Sign of Dark Matter
  • A New Bizarre Class of Hybrid Star is Discovered -- The Thorne-Zytkow Object
  • Dark Side of the Moon Mystery Solved After 55 Years
  • NASA Moves Forward with a Saturn V on Steroids
  • ESA's Venus Express Gets Ready to Take the Plunge
  • Jupiter's Great Red Spot is Shrinking
  • Are We Ready for Contact with Extraterrestrial Intelligence?
  • Is Spacetime Like a Very Slippery Superfluid?
  • Didn't See This One Coming -- New Exotic Particle Found That Does Not Fit the Traditional Model
  • Mercury 7 Astronauts Introduced to the World 55 Years Ago
  • The "El Gordo" Galaxy Cluster Truly is "The Fat One"
  • New Dwarf Planet Discovered in the Outer Reaches of Our Solar System
  • Astronomy Cast
    Sun Jul 13 22:43:21 2014 GMT
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  • Ep. 350: Space Ship One
  • Ep. 349: Mercury 7 and How the US Picked the First Astronauts
  • Ep. 348: Places with Numbers: 2 Independence Sq (NASA HQ)
  • Ep. 347: Live from Balticon!
  • Ep. 346: Numbered Places: Area 51
  • Ep. 345: Numbered Places: Launch Complex 39
  • Ep. 344: The Rings of Saturn
  • Ep. 343: The Universe is Trying To Kill You
  • Ep. 342: Sunsetting Spacecraft
  • Ep. 341: 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
  • Ep. 340: Wernher von Braun
  • Ep. 339: Space Conspiracy Theories
  • Ep. 338: Copernicus
  • Ep. 337: Photometry
  • Ep. 336: Units of Measure
  • Ep. 335:Photoelectric Effect
  • Ep. 334: Chelyabinsk
  • Ep. 333: When Worlds Collide
  • Astronomy Magazine
    Fri Aug 22 19:43:21 2014 GMT
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  • Voyager map details Neptune’s strange moon Triton
  • A chemical signature of first generation of massive stars
  • A spectacular landscape of star formation
  • First LOFAR observations of the Whirlpool Galaxy
  • Dark Energy Survey kicks off second season cataloging the wonders of deep space
  • Fascinating rhythm: light pulses illuminate a rare black hole
  • As seen by Rosetta: comet surface variations
  • Stardust team reports discovery of first potential interstellar space particles
  • Chandra Observatory searches for trigger of nearby supernova
  • Hubble revisits a globular cluster’s age
  • Tall boulder rolls down martian hill, lands upright
  • NuSTAR sees rare blurring of black hole light
  • Cassini tracks clouds developing over a Titan sea
  • ALMA confirms comets forge organic molecules in their dusty atmospheres
  • White dwarfs crashing into neutron stars explain loneliest supernovae
  • Pinwheel Galaxy snapped by VST
  • Astronomers find stream of gas — 2.6 million light-years long
  • Hubble finds supernova star system linked to potential “zombie star”
  • Astronomy Picture of the Day
    Fri Aug 22 18:33:02 2014 GMT
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  • Comet Jacques, Heart and Soul
  • Venus and Jupiter at Dawn
  • In the Center of the Lagoon Nebula
  • Contrasting Terrains on Comet Churyumov Gerasimenko
  • Star Trails Over Indonesia
  • Jupiter and Venus from Earth
  • No X rays from SN 2014J
  • Perseid in Moonlight
  • Surreal Moon
  • Rings Around the Ring Nebula
  • Collapse in Hebes Chasma on Mars
  • Rosetta Approaches Comet Churyumov Gerasimenko
  • A Perseid Below
  • A Luminous Night
  • Spiral Galaxy NGC 6744
  • Rosetta's Rendezvous
  • Saturn's Swirling Cloudscape
  • Four Billion BCE: Battered Earth
  • Shadows and Plumes Across Enceladus
  • Audio Sky Tour
    Sat Mar 29 05:43:39 2014 GMT
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  • S&T's Audio Sky Tour for May 2014
  • S&T's Audio Sky Tour for April 2014
  • Bad Astronomy
    Wed Nov 28 17:43:57 2012 GMT
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  • Thank you
  • Revealed: My tattoo
  • A refreshing Shasta
  • Nerd deGrasse Tyson
  • Astronomy podcast for kids
  • Repost: Carl Sagan Day
  • Moon bounce
  • Uwingu wants you to submit names for their planetary baby book
  • Getting closer: Super-Earth found in a star’s habitable zone
  • Back to work
  • Centauri Dreams
    Fri Aug 22 16:43:41 2014 GMT
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  • Sails Driven by Diverging Neutral Particle Beams
  • Mapping the Interstellar Medium
  • To Build the Ultimate Telescope
  • SETI: The Casino Perspective
  • Did Stardust Sample Interstellar Materials?
  • A Dramatic Upgrade for Interferometry
  • What Io Can Teach Us
  • Radio Emissions: An Exomoon Detection Technique?
  • ‘Aragoscope’ Offers High Resolution Optics in Space
  • Electric Sail Concept Moves Forward
  • Chandra X-ray Observatory
    Thu Aug 14 16:43:37 2014 GMT
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  • NASA's Chandra Observatory Searches for Trigger of Nearby Supernova
  • NASA�s Chandra X-ray Observatory Celebrates 15th Anniversary
  • Galactic Pyrotechnics On Display
  • Mysterious X-ray Signal Intrigues Astronomers
  • Chandra Captures Galaxy Sparkling in X-rays
  • Chandra Helps Explain "Red and Dead Galaxies"
  • NASA's Chandra Delivers New Insight into Formation of Star Clusters
  • Professional and Amateur Astronomers Join Forces
  • Supernova Cleans Up its Surroundings
  • Monster "El Gordo" Galaxy Cluster is Bigger than Thought
  • Lunar Phase
    Sun Jul 27 07:30:01 2014 GMT
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  • Sat Jul 26 22:42:51 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Mon Aug 4 00:50:56 2014 GMT First quarter
  • Sun Aug 10 18:10:51 2014 GMT Full moon
  • Sun Aug 17 12:27:01 2014 GMT Last quarter
  • Mon Aug 25 14:13:02 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Major News About Minor Objects
    Sat Aug 23 04:45:01 2014 GMT
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  • The Tracking News on Saturday, 2014-08-23
  • 2014 QF33 - JPL risk posted
  • 2014 QJ33 - MPEC 2014-Q28
  • 2014 QF33 - MPEC 2014-Q26
  • 2014 QH33 - MPEC 2014-Q27
  • "Earth's Busy Neighborhood"
  • Yesterday's Tracking News
  • NASA Explorer
    Sat Aug 23 03:31:01 2014 GMT
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  • Arctic Sea Ice Live Shot 2014
  • Intern Profile – Jorel Torres
  • Ozone-Depleting Compound Persists
  • RXTE Satellite Catches the Beat of a Midsize Black Hole
  • Show Me the Water
  • ARISE Arctic Mission Takes Shape
  • Supermoon
  • Intern Profile – Dhanesh “DK” Krishnarao
  • EUNIS Sees Evidence for Nanoflare Coronal Heating
  • OIB: Across the Ross
  • Landsat's Global Perspective
  • Fermi Catches a 'Transformer' Pulsar
  • Goddard's Photo Selection Process for Social Media
  • A New Look at the Apollo 11 Landing Site
  • Peeking Into Lunar Pits
  • Clearing The Air: A NASA Google+ Hangout
  • 10 Years of Aura Legacy
  • Goddard In The Galaxy
  • Landsat Looks to the Moon
  • NASA Image of the Day
    Fri Aug 22 16:48:38 2014 GMT
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  • Supernova Seen In Two Lights
  • Retreat of Yakutat Glacier
  • Testing Electric Propulsion
  • View Down 'Hidden Valley' Ramp at 'Bonanza King' on Mars
  • The U.S. Gulf Coast at Night
  • Supernova SN 2014J Explodes
  • James Webb Space Telescope "Pathfinder" Backplane in the Cleanroom
  • Station Astronaut Sets Up Capillary Channel Flow Experiment
  • NASA Sees the Supermoon From Washington
  • NASA Television
    Fri Aug 22 21:31:02 2014 GMT
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  • Orion’s protective backshell installed on This Week @NASA
  • Space Station Astronaut Takes Social Media Questions
  • Ancient Earth, Alien Earths
  • Space Station Astronaut Talks with Maryland Media
  • Space Station Crew Conducts Spacewalk
  • Carbon Observatory’s First Data on This Week @NASA
  • European Cargo Craft Makes Final visit to the ISS
  • Orion recovery test update on This Week @NASA
  • NASA Flying Laboratories Study Our World
  • NASA Glenn and Partners studying Lake Erie algal bloom
  • Maryland Astronaut Talks to Home State Media About Life in Space
  • Preparing for Orion Recovery Test on This Week @NASA
  • Mars 2020 Rover and Beyond News Teleconference from NASA Headquarters in Washington DC
  • NASA Astronaut ISS Crew Member Reid Wiseman Discusses Life in Space with ABC's "Nightline&q...
  • Final European Resupply Cargo Ship Begins Its Journey To The Space Station
  • International Space Station Inflight Discussion with ESA Astronaut Alexander Gerst and German Media
  • Apollo 11 celebration, Next Giant Leap anticipation on This Week @NASA
  • Apollo 11 Mission Audio - Day 9
  • NASA's Next Giant Leap
  • NASA Universe
    Tue Aug 19 01:44:40 2014 GMT
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  • NASA's NuSTAR Sees Rare Blurring of Black Hole Light
  • NASA’s Hubble Finds Supernova Star System Linked to Potential “Zombie Star”
  • NASA's Fermi Space Telescope Reveals New Source of Gamma Rays
  • Hubble Shows Farthest Lensing Galaxy Yields Clues to Early Universe
  • Hubble Finds Three Surprisingly Dry Exoplanets
  • Hubble Spots Spiral Bridge of Young Stars Linking Two Ancient Galaxies
  • NASA's Hubble Finds Dwarf Galaxies Formed More Than Their Fair Share of Universe's Stars
  • Hubble Team Unveils Most Colorful View of Universe Captured by Space Telescope
  • NASA's Chandra Observatory Delivers New Insight into Formation of Star Clusters
  • NASACast: What's Up?
    Fri Aug 1 22:47:22 2014 GMT
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  • What's Up for August 2014
  • What's Up for July 2014
  • What's Up for June 2014
  • What's Up for May 2014
  • What's Up for April 2014
  • What's Up for March 2014
  • What's Up for February 2014
  • What's Up for January 2014
  • What's Up for December 2013
  • What's Up for November 2013
  • Near Earth Objects
    Mon Jun 4 10:55:02 2012 GMT
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  • Date : Miss Distance : Relative Velocity: Estimated Diameter : Object Name
  •  2012-Jun-04 : 13.1 LD : 25.4 km/s : 22 m - 50 m : (2012 HK31)
  •  2012-Jun-05 : 16.6 LD : 24.6 km/s : 32 m - 72 m : (2012 KN18)
  •  2012-Jun-05 : 49.3 LD : 19.8 km/s : 290 m - 640 m : (2008 MG1)
  •  2012-Jun-06 : 44.8 LD : 23.6 km/s : 50 m - 110 m : (2009 LE)
  •  2012-Jun-06 : 33.4 LD : 22.9 km/s : 71 m - 160 m : (2006 SG7)
  •  2012-Jun-07 : 28.4 LD : 20.7 km/s : 200 m - 440 m : (2001 LB)
  •  2012-Jun-09 : 28.7 LD : 25.0 km/s : 27 m - 59 m : (2012 JU11)
  •  2012-Jun-10 : 60.5 LD : 20.9 km/s : 170 m - 390 m : (2012 GX11)
  •  2012-Jun-14 : 36.7 LD : 24.7 km/s : 30 m - 67 m : (2012 KM11)
  •  2012-Jun-15 : 46.0 LD : 20.3 km/s : 230 m - 510 m : (2012 HN40)
  •  2012-Jun-16 : 62.2 LD : 17.8 km/s : 740 m - 1.7 km : (2002 AC)
  •  2012-Jun-16 : 68.8 LD : 18.0 km/s : 670 m - 1.5 km : 137120 (1999 BJ8)
  •  2012-Jun-19 : 51.3 LD : 21.4 km/s : 140 m - 310 m : (2011 KR12)
  •  2012-Jun-20 : 62.5 LD : 22.7 km/s : 77 m - 170 m : (2004 HB39)
  •  2012-Jun-21 : 70.5 LD : 25.5 km/s : 21 m - 46 m : (2008 CE119)
  •  2012-Jun-21 : 17.1 LD : 16.4 km/s : 1.4 km - 3.1 km : 308242 (2005 GO21)
  •  2012-Jun-25 : 65.0 LD : 25.9 km/s : 17 m - 39 m : (2011 AH5)
  •  2012-Jun-25 : 12.5 LD : 22.8 km/s : 75 m - 170 m : (2012 FA14)
  • Night-Sky Targets
    Tue Sep 17 16:43:37 2013 GMT
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  • 61 Cygni, the Pelican Nebula (IC 5067), and the Fetus Nebula (NGC 7008)
  • The Belt of Venus, the Magic Carpet Nebula (NGC 7027), and emission nebula IC 1396
  • Barnard’s Star, the Emerald Nebula (NGC 6572), and the Ink Spot (B86)
  • Thuban, the Hercules Cluster (M13), and the Veil Nebula
  • The stars Algedi and Dabih, M73, and Gyulbudaghian’s Nebula
  • The constellation Equuleus, globular cluster M72, and spiral galaxy NGC 6946
  • The constellation Sagitta, the Mu Normae Cluster (NGC 6169), and combination object NGC 6188/6193
  • The Small Sagittarius Star Cloud, open cluster NGC 6738, and dark nebula Bernes 157
  • Barnard’s E, the Double Double, and globular cluster NGC 6717
  • The Coathanger, globular cluster M22, and the Phantom Streak (NGC 6741)
  • The Teapot of Sagittarius, globular cluster M4, and the Snake Nebula (B72)
  • The False Comet, open cluster M23, and globular cluster M69
  • The Keystone of Hercules, globular cluster M10, and reflection nebula NGC 6726
  • Ptolemy’s Cluster (M7), globular cluster M14, and the Draco Dwarf (UGC 10822)
  • The Butterfly Cluster (M6), globular cluster M107, and spiral galaxy NGC 6207
  • Variable star R Coronae Borealis, open cluster NGC 6124, and globular cluster NGC 6144
  • The star known as La Superba, globular cluster M80, and the Coma Galaxy Cluster
  • Carbon star V Hydrae, globular cluster NGC 5634, and the Ursa Minor Dwarf
  • Regulus! Newsletter
    Tue Mar 8 14:47:56 2011 GMT
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  • Regulus! Astronomy Newsletter - March 2011
  • Science @ NASA
    Mon Aug 18 19:48:01 2014 GMT
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  • Exoplanet Measured with Remarkable Precision
  • Beautiful Morning Conjunction
  • Colliding Atmospheres: Mars vs … Comet Siding Spring
  • Rosetta Arrives at Target Comet
  • Amazing New Photo of Rosetta Comet
  • Perseid Meteors vs. the Supermoon
  • Mars Rover Sets Off-World Driving Record
  • 101 Geysers on Icy Saturn Moon
  • New Views of the Rosetta Comet
  • Mystery in the Perseus Cluster
  • Near Miss: The Solar Superstorm of July 2012
  • Rosetta Comet May Be a Contact Binary
  • New Horizons Only One Year from Pluto
  • Three Supermoons in a Row
  • Fruit Flies on the International Space Station
  • Saturn's moon Titan has a very salty ocean
  • NASA Launches New Carbon Observatory
  • NASA to Launch Carbon Observatory
  • Science about: Astronomy
    Sat Aug 23 04:43:20 2014 GMT
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  • Chris Hadfield: People talk retirement. Why would you want to do nothing?
  • An anniversary on Mars, the death throes of a galaxy and space lettuce in pictures
  • Jupiter and Venus will align almost completely on Monday night
  • Dust from beyond our solar system fell to Earth from space probe
  • Dame Kathleen Ollerenshaw obituary
  • In praise of ... supermoons | Editorial
  • Perseids meteor shower and supermoon offer divine heavenly show
  • What is the best way to see the Perseid meteor shower?
  • Supermoon 2014: share your pictures
  • Starwatch: Perseid meteors and Cepheid variable stars
  • Supermoon lights up skies around the world in pictures
  • The search for life beyond Earth is on, but are we ready for what well find? | Philip Ball
  • The Theory of Everything: watch the trailer for the Stephen Hawking biopic - video
  • Rosetta comet rendezvous is a triumph for the European Space Agency | Stuart Clark
  • Rosetta spacecraft makes historic rendezvous with rubber-duck comet 67P/CG
  • Rosetta spacecraft set to rendezvous with rubber-duck comet
  • Rosetta spacecraft set to rendezvous with speeding comet - live stream
  • Life beyond Earth seems 'inevitable', US planetary scientist says
  • Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures
    Tue Jun 24 19:43:41 2014 GMT
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  • Monster Black Holes: What Lurks at the Center of Galaxies?
  • Lifting the Cosmic Veil: Highlights from a Decade of the Spitzer Space Telescope
  • Exploding Stars, New Planets, Black Holes, and the Crisis at Lick Observatory
  • Black Widow Pulsars: The Vengeful Corpses of Stars
  • The Chelyabinsk Meteor: Can We Survive a Bigger Impact?
  • How the Universe Went from Smooth to Lumpy: The Modern Origins Story
  • Being a Mars Rover: What It's Like on the Surface of Mars
  • Brown Dwarfs and Free-floating Planets: When You're Just Too Small to be a Star
  • Astronomy from the Stratosphere: NASA's SOFIA Mission
  • How Galaxies were Cooked from the Primordial Soup
  • Black Holes: The End of Time or a New Beginning?
  • Finding the Next Earth: The Latest Results from Kepler
  • Multiple Universes and Cosmic Inflation: The Quest to Understand Our Universe (and Find Others)
  • Our Explosive Sun: New Views of the Nearest Star and the Largest Explosions in the Solar System
  • Saturn's Moon Titan: A World with Rivers, Lakes, and Possibly Even Life
  • How I Killed Pluto and Why It Had it Coming
  • Catching Shadows: Kepler's Search for New Worlds
  • The Ultimate Fate of the Solar System (and the Music of the Spheres)
  • Sky at a Glance
    Tue Apr 8 13:48:36 2014 GMT
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  • Brightest Mars in Six Years
  • SkyWatch & HubbleWatch
    Wed May 29 16:45:29 2013 GMT
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  • Episode 451: HubbleWatch for May 2013
  • Episode 450: Life's Building Blocks in Space
  • Episode 449: Chemistry for Life on Europa?
  • Episode 448: Missing Martian Lander Found?
  • Episode 447: Horse of a Different Color
  • Episode 446: Closest Star System Found in Century
  • Episode 445: The Disappearing Van Allen Belt
  • Episode 444: Meteors and Asteroids, Oh My
  • Episode 443: Life on Mars Once Possible
  • Episode 442: Seeing the Sun Like Never Before
  • Episode 441: Sailing on Sunlight
  • Episode 440: Oh No, Mini-Neptunes!
  • Episode 439: Vesta Shaped by Violent Collisions
  • Episode 438: HubbleWatch for February 2013
  • Episode 437: Water-rich Meteorite from Mars
  • Episode 436: Sleeping on the Way to Mars
  • Episode 435: The Largest Known Spiral Galaxy
  • Episode 434: Martian Crater Lake
  • Slacker Astronomy
    Wed Aug 13 16:49:27 2014 GMT
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  • Cassini Tracks Clouds Developing Over a Titan Sea
  • On the Benefits of Promoting Diversity of Ideas
  • Spacecraft Returns Seven Particles From Birth of the Solar System
  • Looking Backward: Curiosity gazes upon the setting Earth Earth sets over Gale crater
  • Beyond the Visible: The Story of the Very Large Array
  • Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spies Chang’e 3 and Yutu
  • Happy Holidays from near by Galaxies
  • Hubble Watches Super Star Create Holiday Light Show
  • Chang’e 3 Landing & Six wheels on Moon for Yutu!
  • New view of U.S. at night – Could someone please dim the lights?
  • Tracing the growth of Milky Way-like galaxies
  • Astronomers Discover Largest Structure in the Universe
  • LeVar Burton shares MAVEN’s story in a new NASA PSA
  • The Day The Earth Smiled
  • Cassini Sights Titan’s Northern Land of Lakes
  • Awesome Picture of Saturn As You’ve Never Seen It Before
  • Mars Orbiter Spies Lackluster Comet ISON
  • NASA Voyager I Spacecraft Embarks on Historic Journey Into Interstellar Space
  • Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
    Fri Aug 22 16:49:17 2014 GMT
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  • Hunting for Gravity Waves
  • A Terrestrial Exoplanet's Diameter Measured to 1 Percent
  • A Possible Signal from Dark Matter?
  • The Mysterious Center of our Galaxy
  • Binary Stars in the Globular Cluster Messier 4
  • The Most Distant Known Star in the Milky Way
  • Computer Simulations of Colliding Galaxies
  • A Spider-Like Outflow in a Young Star Forming Region
  • Spinning Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
  • Are Ultra-Luminous Galaxies Colliding?
  • Solar Dynamics Observatory
    Sat Aug 16 17:10:02 2014 GMT
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  • Triangle of Loops
  • Amazing Filament
  • Spritely Prominence
  • Peering through the Layers
  • Spun and Confused
  • Spots Galore
  • Sweeping Arches and Loops
  • XX - Two X Flares in Quick Succession
  • Hanging Filament
  • Spurting Plasma
  • Tight Loops Close-up
  • Coronal Hole Squared
  • Dark Lift-Off
  • Spasmodic Active Region
  • Approaching Solar Maximum
  • Quickly Developing Sunspot
  • Solar Gusher
  • Graceful Turbulence
  • Almost an X Class Flare
  • Solar System Exploration News
    Thu Aug 21 16:46:27 2014 GMT
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  • Stardust Team Reports Discovery of First Potential Interstellar Space Particles
  • NASA’s 3-D Study of Comets Reveals Chemical Factory at Work
  • NASA Announces Mars 2020 Rover Payload to Explore the Red Planet as Never Before
  • Hubble Shows Farthest Lensing Galaxy Yields Clues to Early Universe
  • NASA’s Long-Lived Mars Opportunity Rover Sets Off-World Driving Record
  • NASA’s Mars Spacecraft Maneuvers to Prepare for Close Comet Flyby
  • Ocean on Saturn Moon Could be as Salty as the Dead Sea
  • NASA Announces Latest Progress, Upcoming Milestones in Hunt for Asteroids
  • NASA Hubble to Begin Search Beyond Pluto for a New Horizons Mission Target
  • Space Station Status
    Fri Aug 22 16:48:24 2014 GMT
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  • Cargo, Computers and CubeSat Activities on Station Thursday
  • Science, Satellites and Supplies for Station Crew
  • Space Station Inspired Robot to Help Heal Sick Children
  • Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
  • New Flock of Mini Satellites Launched From Station, Crew Packs Spacewalk Gear
  • Station Spacewalkers Deploy Nanosatellite, Install and Retrieve Science
  • Study Reveals Immune System is Dazed and Confused During Spaceflight
  • U.S. Commercial Cargo Ship Delivery Mission Ends as Canadarm2 Releases Cygnus
  • Students See World From Station Crew’s Point of View
  • Space Today
    Thu Aug 21 16:46:25 2014 GMT
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  • ULA takes delivery of RD-180 engines
  • Weather delays Soyuz launch of Galileo satellites
  • China launches Earth observation satellite
  • Russian cosmonauts complete ISS spacewalk
  • Cygnus departs from ISS
  • Space Weather Alerts
    Fri Aug 22 17:00:02 2014 GMT
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  • 2014 Aug 22 1641 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Aug 22 1102 UTC ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
  • 2014 Aug 22 1101 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Aug 22 0940 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Aug 22 0036 UTC ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
  • 2014 Aug 21 1944 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Aug 21 0655 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Aug 21 0146 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Aug 20 0754 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Aug 19 2306 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 6
  • 2014 Aug 19 2151 UTC WATCH: Geomagnetic Storm Category G2 Predicted
  • 2014 Aug 19 2149 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-Index of 6 expected
  • 2014 Aug 19 2141 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 5
  • 2014 Aug 19 2135 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 5 expected
  • 2014 Aug 19 2056 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 4
  • 2014 Aug 19 1817 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Aug 19 0713 UTC SUMMARY: Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse
  • 2014 Aug 19 0658 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
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