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Apart from crystals and broken rocks, not much else in the cosmos naturally comes with sharp angles.
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Amazing glowing nebulas resembling cosmic candy take center stage in a group of new photos unveiled today (Oct 10) by the science team behind NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. The pictures are part of a survey the Chandra space telescope is making of nearby planetary nebulas , which are formed when dying stars push off their outer gaseous layers.
I’m so glad to see that Barbara Hand Clow is again actively sharing her wisdom on astrological transits after discontinuing her monthly lunar updates late last year.
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Andreas Tziolas is drafting a blueprint for a mission to a nearby star. Here, he discusses how we'll get there -- and why we try.
— By analyzing the light from 10 million galaxies, astronomers have built the largest dark matter map ever created.
This image zooms in on the region around the first "hot DOG" (red object in magenta circle), discovered by NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE. Hot DOGs are hot dust-obscured ... This image is a portion of the all-sky survey from NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
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Bertrand Russell (1872-1970) ABC of Relativity: Understanding Einstein ABC of Relativity: Understanding Einstein By Bertrand Russell Narrated by Sir Derek Jacobi
Missions with objectives of returning cometary samples had been proposed previously but the mission concepts had not been approved. The 1994 Discovery Announcement of Opportunity (AO) opened the door for missions that could be launched at a development phase cost of less than $150 million in 1992 dollars (when Discovery program was authorized by Congress). The focused mission concept for Stardust was the brainchild of Dr.
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Affiliations Department of Earth and Space Science, Osaka University, Osaka 560-0043, Japan. T.
Great Site you have. I love SPACE! When I was a teenager, I polished a 7 inch mirror for a telescope and saw the wonder of the night sky. Unforgettable was the globular cluster in Hercules. by Feb 8