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365 Days of Astronomy
Tue Jul 22 13:43:35 2014 GMT
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  • July 22nd: Google Lunar X-Prize
  • July 21st: Schrödinger’s Cat
  • July 20th: Meteor Hunters
  • July 19th: X-Rays Uncover a Black Hole Dancing With Normal Stars
  • July 18th: Meteorite Men
  • 17th July: What’s Up Tonight, Southern Skies Edition
  • July 16th: Science Journalism and Communication
  • July 15th: Fading Astronomy, the Cost of Light Pollution
  • July 14th: Mars Curiosity Mission
  • July 13th: Fresh Look at a Young Star Cluster
  • 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
    Sun Jul 20 19:13:02 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • NASA's Kepler Mission Discovers a Planet Bonanza -- 715 New Worlds
  • Astrophysicists Announce Direct Gravitational Wave-based Evidence of Cosmic Inflation After the Big ...
  • ESO's VLT Spots the Largest Yellow Hypergiant Star to Date... And It's an Exotic Binary
  • NASA-funded Sounding Rocket Launches Straight Through an Aurora Over Alaska
  • 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
    Tue Jul 22 19:43:22 2014 GMT
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  • Cosmic food fights
  • Hubble traces the halo of a galaxy more accurately than ever before
  • Transiting exoplanet with longest known year
  • Fingerprinting the formation of giant planets
  • Project yields sharpest map of Mars surface properties
  • Peering into giant planets from in and out of this world
  • The twofold comet: Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  • Asteroid Vesta to reshape theories of planet formation
  • Comet ISON’s final hours
  • Curiosity finds iron meteorite on Mars
  • Silhouettes of early galaxies reveal few seeds for new stars
  • Out of an hours-long explosion, a stand-in for the first stars
  • NASA spacecraft observes further evidence of dry ice gullies on Mars
  • Sun-like stars reveal their ages
  • Brief pulse detected by Arecibo telescope appears to come from far beyond our galaxy
  • Hubble sees spiral bridge of young stars between two ancient galaxies
  • Carbon monoxide predicts “red and dead” future of gas-guzzler galaxy
  • The Very Large Telescope clears up dusty mystery
  • Astronomy Picture of the Day
    Tue Jul 22 18:33:03 2014 GMT
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  • Cave with Aurora Skylight
  • Spacecraft Rosetta Shows Comet has Two Components
  • A Solar Filament Erupts
  • Alicante Beach Moonrise
  • Ou4: A Giant Squid Nebula
  • 3D Homunculus Nebula
  • The Moon Eclipses Saturn
  • A Blue Bridge of Stars between Cluster Galaxies
  • Auroras over Northern Canada
  • Planetary Nebula NGC 2818 from Hubble
  • SN 1006 Supernova Remnant
  • Spotty Sunrise over Brisbane
  • Noctilucent Clouds over London
  • Gliese 832c: The Closest Potentially Habitable Exoplanet
  • Iridescent Clouds over Thamserku
  • J1502+1115: A Triple Black Hole Galaxy
  • Manhattanhenge: A New York City Sunset
  • M106 Across the Spectrum
  • OCO-2 Night Launch
  • 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
    Tue Jul 22 16:43:30 2014 GMT
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  • A Spacecraft in Your Pocket
  • First Words: Remembering July 20, 1969
  • Neil Armstrong: ‘A Little Bit of Bedlam’
  • Sprites: A Chip-Sized Spacecraft Solution
  • ‘Smart Pellets’ and Interstellar Propulsion
  • Clifford Singer: Propulsion by Pellet Stream
  • Interstellar Journey: Shrinking the Probe
  • Exploring the Galaxy’s Outer Halo
  • Reflections on the LightSail Project
  • Focus on LightSail-A
  • Chandra X-ray Observatory
    Tue Jul 22 16:43:30 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Hardy Star Survives Supernova Blast
  • Lunar Phase
    Fri Jun 27 19:30:01 2014 GMT
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  • Fri Jun 27 08:10:33 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Sat Jul 5 12:00:41 2014 GMT First quarter
  • Sat Jul 12 11:26:46 2014 GMT Full moon
  • Sat Jul 19 02:09:44 2014 GMT Last quarter
  • Sat Jul 26 22:42:51 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Major News About Minor Objects
    Tue Jul 22 19:46:08 2014 GMT
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  • The Tracking News on Tuesday, 2014-07-22
  • Radar update
  • 2013 XK22 - NEODyS risk updated
  • 2004 BS102 - MPEC 2014-O25
  • 2014 KS76 - NEODyS risk updated
  • 2013 XK22 - JPL risk updated
  • 2014 KS76 - JPL risk updated
  • 2014 MR67 - JPL risk posted
  • 2014 MS67 - MPEC 2014-O24
  • Daily Orbit Update - MPEC 2014-O21
  • 2007 AB2 - MPEC 2014-O22
  • 2013 XK22 - MPEC 2014-O23
  • 2010 KU10 - MPEC 2014-O20
  • "Earth's Busy Neighborhood"
  • Yesterday's Tracking News
  • NASA Explorer
    Tue Jul 22 15:31:01 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Firework Flare
  • Scientists Create First Full 3D Model of Eta Carinae Nebula
  • Zoom into Eta Carinae Nebula and New 3D Model
  • Aquarius Returns Global Maps of Soil Moisture
  • STEREO Solar Conjunction
  • Goddard Goes to Mars
  • JWST Microshutters Snapshot
  • The Moon As Art Contest
  • Webb's Fully Integrated Heart Lowered
  • Beautiful Earth Program at the Goddard Visitor Center
  • NASA Image of the Day
    Tue Jul 22 16:45:13 2014 GMT
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  • NASA Officials and Astronauts Tour Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building
  • Orion Crew Module at the Neil Armstrong Operations and Checkout Building, Kennedy Space Center
  • The Eagle Prepares to Land
  • Astronaut John Glenn at Cape Canaveral
  • Caribbean Sea Viewed From the International Space Station
  • Launch of Apollo 11
  • Reddish Bands on Europa
  • Changes Near Downhill End of a Martian Gully
  • Antares Rocket Launches Cargo to Space Station
  • NASA Television
    Tue Jul 22 21:31:02 2014 GMT
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  • The Big, Bad and Beautiful Universe Seen by Chandra
  • Russian Cargo Ship Departs the ISS
  • NASA Renames Historic Facility in Honor of Neil Armstrong
  • NASA Celebrates Apollo 11 45th Anniversary and Looks Forward to its Next Giant Leap
  • NASA's Next Giant Leap
  • Apollo 11 yesterday, Next Giant Leap tomorrow on This Week @NASA
  • Time of Apollo
  • CBS Coverage of Apollo 11 Lunar Landing
  • 300 Feet to the Moon
  • Restored Apollo 11 EVA
  • ISS Expedition 41-42 Crew News Conference
  • NASA Space Station Commander Discusses Life And Work Floating In Space with Denver Media
  • Moonwalk One
  • The Journeys of Apollo
  • Apollo 11 For All Mankind
  • The Flight of Apollo 11
  • Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Resource Reel
  • U.S. Cargo Ship Arrives And Grapples With The International Space Station
  • ISS Apollo 11 45th Anniversary Message
  • NASA Universe
    Mon Jul 14 19:45:14 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Hubble Astronomers Use Supernovae to Gauge Power of Cosmic Lenses
  • Astronomical Forensics Uncover Planetary Disks in NASA's Hubble Archive
  • NASA Hubble Instruments Highlight New National Air and Space Museum Exhibit
  • NASA Hosts Media Teleconference to Announce Latest Kepler Discovery
  • NASA's Hubble Extends Stellar Tape Measure 10 Times Farther Into Space
  • NASA Space Assets Detect Ocean inside Saturn Moon
  • NASACast: What's Up?
    Tue Jul 1 19:49:17 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • What's Up for October 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
    Wed Jul 23 04:46:50 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • A Laser Message from Space
  • Solar Mini-Max
  • Rosetta Comet Comes Alive
  • NASA's 'Flying Saucer' Readies … or First Test Flight
  • El Niño: Is 2014 the new 1997?
  • Jupiter's Great Red Spot is Shrinking
  • West Antarctic Glaciers in Irreversible Decline
  • A New Meteor Shower in May?
  • Carrington-class CME Narrowly Misses Earth
  • A New Lifeform Takes Root on the ISS
  • Science about: Astronomy
    Sat Jul 19 22:43:20 2014 GMT
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  • Close encounter with Comet 67P may reveal origins of life on Earth
  • Nasa's Curiosity rover finds large iron meteorite on Mars | Stuart Clark
  • Supermoon - in pictures
  • Starwatch: The European Extremely Large Telescope
  • Manhattanhenge through the eyes of New Yorkers in pictures
  • Manhattanhenge: New Yorkers get ready for 'rare and beautiful sight'
  • Australian 'meteorite' most likely part of Russian satellite
  • The telescope that beamed the moonwalk now faces a budget blackhole
  • Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014: the shortlist - in pictures
  • A cosmic tadpole, Jupiter's shrinking spot and Nasa's flying saucer in pictures
  • Starwatch: The July night sky
  • Mountain top blown up to make way for worlds largest telescope watch again | Stuart Clark
  • Mountain top in Chile to be blasted off for Extremely Large Telescope
  • Starwatch: A sister for the Sun?
  • Spacewatch: Kepler's Second Light quest
  • Science Weekly podcast: gravitational waves and The Power of Others
  • Last Man on the Moon recalls US era of courage to do the impossible
  • Mexican hats and a metastable universe | Jon Butterworth | Life & Physics
  • 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
    Mon May 26 16:45:59 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Bright New Nova In Delphinus
  • Twelve Months in Two Minutes; Curiosity’s First Year on Mars
  • Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
    Mon Jul 21 16:48:24 2014 GMT
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  • The Most Distant Known Star in the Milky Way
  • Spinning Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
  • Are Ultra-Luminous Galaxies Colliding?
  • Shocks in the Cygnus Loop Supernovae Remnant
  • The Properties of a Six-Meter Near Earth Object
  • The Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph
  • Dark Stars
  • Ice-Cold Water
  • Clusters of Massive New Stars
  • Mining Asteroids
  • Solar Dynamics Observatory
    Mon Jul 21 17:10:02 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Lots of Loops
  • X4 Flare was no Shrimp
  • Channel Eruption
  • Festooning Loops
  • Solar System Exploration News
    Thu Jul 3 04:49:35 2014 GMT
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  • NASA Announces Latest Progress, Upcoming Milestones in Hunt for Asteroids
  • NASA Hubble to Begin Search Beyond Pluto for a New Horizons Mission Target
  • NASA Invites Public to Select Favorite Moon Image for Lunar Orbiter Anniversary Collection
  • NASA's Hubble Shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot is Smaller than Ever Measured
  • NASA to Provide Live Coverage and Commentary of April 15 Lunar Eclipse
  • Construction to Begin on NASA Spacecraft Set to Visit Asteroid in 2018
  • NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Spots Mars-Bound Comet Sprout Multiple Jets
  • NASA's Spitzer Telescope Brings 360-Degree View of Galaxy to Our Fingertips
  • NASA Releases First Interactive Mosaic of Lunar North Pole
  • Space Station Status
    Tue Jul 22 19:45:40 2014 GMT
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  • The Heart of an Astronaut, Five Years On
  • Russian Progress Craft Undocks From Station
  • Robonaut Upgrades and Cargo Craft Ops for Station Crew
  • Station Crew Opens Cygnus Hatch, Begins Unloading Science Cargo
  • Weekly Recap From the Expedition Lead Scientist
  • Cygnus Delivers Science, Station Supplies
  • Space Station Cargo Ship Activities to Air on NASA TV
  • Astronauts Review Robotics as Cygnus Closes in on Station
  • Crew Awaits Cygnus’ Arrival and Prepares Progress for Departure
  • Space Today
    Tue Jul 22 13:46:39 2014 GMT
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  • Progress undocks from ISS
  • Soyuz launches research satellite
  • Rosetta comet has double nucleus
  • UK announces shortlist of spaceport sites
  • Cygnus berths with ISS
  • Space Weather Alerts
    Mon Jul 14 16:00:04 2014 GMT
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  • 2014 Jul 14 1502 UTC SUMMARY: Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse
  • 2014 Jul 09 0121 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Jul 08 1822 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Jul 08 1653 UTC SUMMARY: X-ray Event exceeded M5
  • 2014 Jul 08 1629 UTC ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
  • 2014 Jul 08 1616 UTC ALERT: X-Ray Flux exceeded M5
  • Space Weather Links from deoxy.org

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  • What's Happening Today in Space?
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  • SPACE.com
    Tue Dec 10 20:47:52 2013 GMT
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  • Hi Juno! Ham Radio Operators Call NASA’s Jupiter Spacecraft | Video
  • Starship-Style Earth Fly-By From Jupiter-Bound Probe | Video
  • Saturn’s Strange Vortex | Space Wallpaper
  • Robonaut 2, NASA's Humanoid Space Robot, Will Get Legs Soon (Video)
  • WATCH LIVE This Week: NASA Briefings from the American Geophysical Union Meeting
  • Photos: Robonaut 2, NASA's Robot Butler for Astronauts
  • Puzzling Streaks On Mars May Be From Flowing Water
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