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365 Days of Astronomy
Thu Apr 17 13:43:38 2014 GMT
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  • April 17th: Asteroid Deflection: 101
  • April 16th: Kites to Reach The Sun
  • April 15th: Chasing the Prize
  • April 14th: Lunar and Planetary Society Conference 2014
  • April 13th: Scientists for a Day Contest
  • April 12th: Sakurai’s Object
  • April 11th: Space Politics, Skydiving Meteor, and Enceladus Ocean
  • April 10th: Awesome Astronomy April 2014
  • April 9th: April Fooled? The Deficit Model and Science Education
  • April 8th: Hello, World!
  • 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
    Thu Apr 17 22:43:17 2014 GMT
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  • Icebreaking Mars
  • Rare Fossilized 500 Million Years Old Embryos
  • The Birth of a Saturn Moon
  • Four-Eyed Daddy Longlegs Fossil Fills in Evolutionary Tree
  • An Ancient Impact that Dwarfs K-T
  • Beauty from Chaos
  • Continents May Be A Key Feature of Super-Earths
  • Sunken Logs Create New Worlds for Seafloor Animals
  • Testing Life s Origins around Deep Sea Vents
  • Ancient Volcanic Explosions Shed Light on Mercury s Origins
  • Gusev Crater Once Held a Lake After All
  • How (and When) Earth Got its Plated Shell
  • Future Droughts Worse than Expected
  • From Martian Rocks, a Planet s Watery Story Emerges
  • How Mighty Jupiter Could Have Changed Earth s Habitability
  • Ancient Fossil Reveals Oldest Known Circulatory System
  • Ripples in the Water in the Lakes of Titan
  • Science Fiction Stories with Good Astronomy & Physics
  • Astromart News
    Thu Apr 17 19:13:02 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Spanish Researchers Discover the First Black Hole Orbiting a Fast-spinning Star
  • Astronomers Spot Record-Breaking Lunar Impact
  • Despite Ten-fold Increase in Sensitivity, LUX Fails to Detect Dark Matter
  • Jean Texereau (1920-2014)
  • John L. Dobson 1915-2014
  • Water Detected on the Dwarf Planet Ceres
  • Solving a 30-Year-Old Problem in Massive Star Formation
  • Green Bank Telescope Reveals Rivers of Hydrogen Flowing through Space
  • Extreme Power of a Black Hole is Revealed
  • Distant Quasar Illuminates a Filament of the Cosmic Web
  • Surprising New Class of Hyper-velocity Stars Discovered Escaping the Galaxy
  • Astronomy Cast
    Tue Apr 15 19:43:19 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • Ep. 332: Stellar Collisions
  • Ep. 331: Arthur C. Clarke’s Technologies
  • Ep. 330: Arthur C. Clarke
  • Ep. 329: Telescope Making, Part 3: Space Telescopes
  • Ep. 328: Telescope Making, Part 2: Serious Gear
  • Ep. 327: Telescope Making, Part 1: Toys and Kits
  • Ep. 326: Atmospheric Dust
  • Ep. 325: Cold Fusion
  • Astronomy Magazine
    Thu Apr 17 19:43:37 2014 GMT
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  • First discovery of an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone
  • Hubble captures a cross-section of the universe
  • A study in scarlet
  • New study outlines "water world" theory of life's origins
  • Cassini images may reveal birth of new Saturn moon
  • Beauty from chaos on Mars
  • Smallest speed jump of pulsar caused by billions of superfluid vortices
  • Hubble stretches stellar tape measure 10 times farther into space
  • Supernova cleans up its surroundings
  • Faraway moon or faint star? Possible exomoon found
  • Finding the “recipe for star formation”
  • Gusev Crater once held a lake after all, says Mars scientist
  • Images from NASA Mars Curiosity rover include bright spots
  • Chance alignment produces beautiful image
  • BOSS makes the most precise measurement yet of the universe's expansion
  • NASA satellite to continue gathering data up to planned lunar impact
  • Hubble team finds monster “El Gordo” galaxy cluster bigger than thought
  • NASA space assets detect ocean inside Saturn moon
  • Astronomy Picture of the Day
    Thu Apr 17 18:33:02 2014 GMT
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  • Waterton Lake Eclipse
  • Spica, Mars, and Eclipsed Moon
  • Mammatus Clouds over Nebraska
  • An Unusual Globule in IC 1396
  • Saturn in Blue and Gold
  • Clouds and Crosses over Haleakala
  • Mars near Opposition
  • Mars, Ceres, Vesta
  • Two Rings for Asteroid Chariklo
  • M42: Inside the Orion Nebula
  • A Solar Eclipse from the Moon
  • Fresh Tiger Stripes on Saturns Enceladus
  • Lunar Farside
  • Along the Western Veil
  • At the Edge of NGC 2174
  • Mars Red and Spica Blue
  • Space Station Robot Forgets Key Again
  • 2012 VP113: A New Furthest Known Object in Solar System
  • Io in True Color
  • 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
    Thu Apr 17 19:43:47 2014 GMT
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  • Kepler-186f: Close to Earth Size, in the HZ
  • A New Look at Sea Floor Astrobiology
  • Saturn: Commotion in the A Ring
  • Remembering ‘Saturn by 1970′
  • Digging into the Late Heavy Bombardment
  • A Tantalizing Exomoon Possibility
  • ISEE-3: The Challenge of Long Duration Flight
  • Optimal Worldship Populations
  • On the Enceladus Ocean
  • Woven Light – Proteaa
  • Chandra X-ray Observatory
    Thu Apr 10 19:43:51 2014 GMT
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  • Supernova Cleans Up its Surroundings
  • Monster "El Gordo" Galaxy Cluster is Bigger than Thought
  • Hardy Star Survives Supernova Blast
  • Chandra & XMM-Newton Provide Direct Measurement of Distant Black Hole's Spin
  • Life Is Too Fast, Too Furious for This Runaway Galaxy
  • Runaway Pulsar Firing an Extraordinary Jet
  • A New Look at an Old Friend
  • Extreme Power of Black Hole Revealed
  • Death By Black Hole In Small Galaxy?
  • Doubling Down With Rare White Dwarf Systems
  • Lunar Phase
    Mon Mar 31 08:30:02 2014 GMT
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  • Sun Mar 30 18:48:06 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Mon Apr 7 08:31:44 2014 GMT First quarter
  • Tue Apr 15 07:45:18 2014 GMT Full moon
  • Tue Apr 22 07:53:06 2014 GMT Last quarter
  • Tue Apr 29 06:17:37 2014 GMT New Moon
  • Major News About Minor Objects
    Thu Apr 17 22:45:07 2014 GMT
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  • The Tracking News on Thursday, 2014-04-17
  • 2006 SC - JPL risk updated
  • Comet C/2014 G3 (Panstarrs) - MPEC 2014-H04
  • Daily Orbit Update - MPEC 2014-H03
  • "Earth's Busy Neighborhood"
  • Yesterday's Tracking News
  • NASA Explorer
    Thu Apr 17 07:31:02 2014 GMT
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  • The April 15, 2014 Total Lunar Eclipse by Astronomer Michelle Thaller
  • Ozone-rich air descends from on high
  • NIRSpec Instrument Gets Integrated into Webb's ISIM
  • NIRCam Gets Integrated into Webb's ISIM
  • Understanding Lunar Eclipses
  • Need To Know: Lunar Eclipse and LRO
  • Graceful Eruption
  • Satellite Shows High Productivity From U.S. Corn Belt
  • Arctic Melt Season Lengthening, Ocean Rapidly Warming
  • Measuring Elevation Changes on the Greenland Ice Sheet
  • GPM's Stormy New View
  • Jim Garvin's Top Pics -- LROC Images
  • Landsat Tracks Urban Change and Flood Risk
  • Colliding Comets Hint at Unseen Exoplanet
  • Teaming Up to Test the Future of Satellite Refueling
  • Studying the Solar Wind on Mars
  • GPM Rocket Launch
  • Landsat 8 Celebrates First Year in Orbit
  • SDO Observes Strong X-class Solar Flare
  • NASA Image of the Day
    Thu Apr 17 16:45:04 2014 GMT
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  • Grand Canyon Geology Lessons on View
  • Total Lunar Eclipse
  • Climbing Legs for Robonaut 2 Headed to International Space Station
  • 'Veggie' Experiment Launching to Station Aboard SpaceX Cargo Craft
  • Visiting the Renovated Flight Control Room for NASA's Orion Spacecraft
  • NASA Engineers Prepare Game Changing Cryotank for Testing
  • Looking Back: The Mercury 7
  • Fjord in East Greenland Seen by NASA's Operation IceBridge
  • Space Launch System Core Stage Model 'Sounds' Off for Testing
  • NASA Television
    Thu Apr 17 21:31:02 2014 GMT
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  • Earth Day 2014 Promo
  • NASA News Conference Highlights SpaceX 3 Science and Technology Cargo
  • NASA Hosts Status Briefing Ahead of SpaceX 3 Mission
  • A 'Go' To Build OSIRIS-REx on This Week @NASA
  • ISS Engineer Talks Space With Students
  • Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with the Japanese Prime Minister
  • NASA and the International Space Station Help Show It's a Small World After all
  • New Space Station Supply Ship Arrives At The Orbital Outpost
  • New Space Station Supply Ship Launches from Kazakhstan
  • Space Station Crew Discusses Life in Space with Students at Sandy Hook Elementary School
  • International Space Station Cargo Ship Departs After a Successful Mission
  • Underground water on Saturn moon on This Week @NASA
  • International students use eyes in space to focus on climate change
  • A Social celebration of the Deep Space Network
  • Bolden Testifies About the Budget on This Week @NASA
  • Expedition 39 40 Crew Opens Hatch to the International Space Station
  • Expedition 39 40 Crew Docks to the Space Station
  • 2014 NASA African-American History Month Profile: Darryl Smith, NSSC
  • NASA Asteroid Initiative Opportunities Forum
  • NASA Universe
    Tue Apr 15 16:45:29 2014 GMT
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  • NASA's Hubble Extends Stellar Tape Measure 10 Times Farther Into Space
  • NASA Space Assets Detect Ocean inside Saturn Moon
  • 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
  • Hubble Celebrates 24th Anniversary with Infrared Image of Nearby Star Factory
  • NASA's Hubble Telescope Witnesses Asteroid's Mysterious Disintegration
  • Chandra and XMM-Newton Provide Direct Measurement of Distant Black Hole's Spin
  • NASA's NuSTAR Untangles Mystery of How Stars Explode
  • Hubble Watches Stars' Clockwork Motion In Nearby Galaxy
  • NASACast: What's Up?
    Mon Mar 31 23:47:24 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • What's Up for September 2013?
  • What's Up for August 2013?
  • What's Up for July 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
    Thu Apr 17 19:45:08 2014 GMT
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  • Earth-Size Planet Found In The … ne' of Another Star
  • Unexpected Teleconnections in Noctilucent Clouds
  • Possible New Moon Forming Around Saturn
  • NASA to Conduct Unprecedented Twin Experiment
  • Deep Ocean Detected Inside Saturn's Moon
  • Arctic Melt Season Lengthens
  • The Opposition of Mars
  • A Tetrad of Lunar Eclipses
  • A Telescope Bigger than a Galaxy
  • Hubble Witnesses Asteroid's Mysterious … sintegration
  • A Breakthrough in Planet Discoveries
  • Rain and Snow Satellite Set to Launch
  • Supernovas Slosh Before Exploding
  • Mars Rover Solves Doughnut Riddle
  • 10 More Years for the ISS
  • California Drought
  • Kepler Finds a Very Wobbly Planet
  • The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe
  • Science about: Astronomy
    Thu Apr 17 19:43:39 2014 GMT
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  • Nasa Kepler telescope discovers planet believed to be most Earth-like yet found
  • 'Blood moon': your images of the total lunar eclipse
  • 'Blood Moon': share your images of the total lunar eclipse
  • 'Blood moon' lunar eclipse in pictures
  • Starwatch: Mars at its closest
  • Get stargazing with our UK star map
  • Try stargazing wherever you are
  • Cosmos: how the creator of Family Guy remade Carl Sagan's pivotal TV series
  • Kidnapped stars, Martian frost and the Rotten Egg Nebula in pictures | A month in space
  • Starwatch: The April night sky
  • Ask a grown-up: what would happen to the Earth if everyone in the world jumped at the same time?
  • Cosmology: Back to the beginning | Editorial
  • Super Earth, 2012 VP113 what would you call it? | Open thread
  • Distant new world may point to undiscovered planets in solar system | Stuart Clark
  • Dwarf planet discovery hints at a hidden Super Earth in solar system
  • Daily Mail accused of insulting top female scientists
  • From the stars to the gutter: Mail's 'diversity' jibe sullies big bang news | Jon Butter...
  • Academics blast Daily Mail for race and gender 'insinuation' in diary item
  • Silicon Valley Astronomy Lectures
    Mon Mar 31 23:43:41 2014 GMT
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  • 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)
  • Hearts of Darkness: Black Holes in Space
  • A Scientist Looks at "Doomsday 2012" and the Rise of Cosmophobia
  • The Many Mysteries of Antimatter
  • 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
    Sat Mar 22 05:45:33 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • The Day the Earth Smiled
  • Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
    Fri Apr 11 16:46:15 2014 GMT
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  • Dramatic Gas Outflow from a Bright Galaxy Cluster
  • Cosmology and the Spatial Distribution of Galaxies
  • Gravitational Lensing of a Super-Luminous Galaxy in the Young Cosmos
  • Transition Disks Around Young Stars
  • The Workings of an X-ray Binary Star
  • Star Formation in Luminous, Colliding Galaxies
  • An Extended Gamma-Ray Source with No Known Counterpart
  • The Evolution of Galaxies that Host Massive Black Holes
  • Do Black Holes Have Hair?
  • Watching Gas Clouds Move
  • Solar Dynamics Observatory
    Sat Apr 12 17:10:02 2014 GMT
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  • Solar Gusher
  • Graceful Turbulence
  • Almost an X Class Flare
  • Lots of Loops
  • X4 Flare was no Shrimp
  • Channel Eruption
  • Festooning Loops
  • Interactions of Active Regions
  • Baker's Dozen of Flares
  • So Long
  • Towering Coils
  • Large Sunspot Produces an X-flare
  • X1.2 Flare
  • Two Flares Give Warning
  • Dark Outburst
  • Coronal Hole Facing Earth
  • A Spray of Plasma
  • LASCO C3 Views ISON
  • Coils of Magnetic Field Lines
  • Solar System Exploration News
    Fri Apr 11 22:47:56 2014 GMT
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  • 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
  • NASA's WISE Survey Finds Thousands of New Stars, But No 'Planet X'
  • NASA's Hubble Telescope Witnesses Asteroid's Mysterious Disintegration
  • Chandra and XMM-Newton Provide Direct Measurement of Distant Black Hole's Spin
  • NASA-Sponsored 'Disk Detective' Lets Public Search for New Planetary Nurseries
  • NASA, ESA Discuss Rosetta Comet Mission in Media Teleconference
  • Space Station Status
    Thu Apr 17 22:44:42 2014 GMT
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  • Astronauts Gear Up for Spacewalk; Cargo Craft Launching Friday
  • Space-tested Fluid Flow Concept Advances Infectious Disease Diagnoses
  • NASA Sets Preview Briefing, TV Schedule for Space Station Spacewalk
  • Dragon Set to Launch Friday; Station Crew Preps for Spacewalk
  • Expedition 39 Talks to Russian President
  • Steve Swanson Works Out
  • Man-Made Archipelagos Near Dubai
  • SpaceX Launch of NASA Cargo to Space Station Set for Friday, Spacewalk Wednesday
  • Space Today
    Thu Apr 17 10:47:30 2014 GMT
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  • Soyuz launches Egyptian satellite
  • Cassini images show potential formation of new moon of Saturn
  • NASA and SpaceX reach agreement on Pad 39A lease
  • Helium leak delays SpaceX launch
  • Falcon 9 cleared for launch to ISS Monday
  • Space Weather Alerts
    Thu Apr 17 20:00:04 2014 GMT
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  • 2014 Apr 17 1930 UTC WATCH: Geomagnetic Storm Category G1 Predicted
  • 2014 Apr 17 1612 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Apr 16 2055 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Apr 16 1645 UTC ALERT: Type IV Radio Emission
  • 2014 Apr 16 1555 UTC ALERT: Type II Radio Emission
  • 2014 Apr 14 0624 UTC SUMMARY: Geomagnetic Sudden Impulse
  • 2014 Apr 13 1300 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Apr 13 0611 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Apr 13 0217 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 4
  • 2014 Apr 12 2255 UTC EXTENDED WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Apr 12 1338 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
  • 2014 Apr 12 0522 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 5
  • 2014 Apr 12 0515 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 5 expected
  • 2014 Apr 12 0118 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 5
  • 2014 Apr 12 0113 UTC ALERT: Geomagnetic K-index of 4
  • 2014 Apr 12 0113 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 5 expected
  • 2014 Apr 11 2121 UTC WARNING: Geomagnetic K-index of 4 expected
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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
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