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Pluto Demotion Day: Why did Pluto lose its status as a planet and why is it so strangely emotional?
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Poor Pluto: ten years a dwarf planet and still our planetary s...

In 2006, Pluto ceased to be a planet. It was degraded by the International Astronomical Union to dwarf planet. But an asteroid called Ceres was "promoted." Did it help us learn more about the solar system? Talk about being on the outer. Pluto. It ... Deutsche Welle, 1 month ago
A new definition for planet Oman Observer, 1 month ago
Planet X Nibiru Update Italian Earthquake 2016 Before It's News, 1 month ago
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6 images for international astronomical union

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Asteroid Named For Freddie Mercury Is Announced On His Birthday

"I'm happy to be able to announce that the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center has today designated Asteroid 17473, discovered 1991, in Freddie's name, timed to honor his 70th birthday", May revealed in a statement , per Rolling ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago Space rock  AhmedabadMirror.com3 weeks ago Star Freddie is now an asteroid, too  Weekly Times Now3 weeks ago Asteroid Named for Rock Star Freddie Mercury  Seeker3 weeks ago
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Asteroid named after University of Colorado Boulder professor

The International Astronomical Union (IAU) has announced that an asteroid has been named for Jay McMahon, a University of Colorado Boulder assistant research professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences. Asteroid 1998 OS14 is now ...
 PressReleasePoint1 month ago Asteroid named after Strathclyde Professor  Alpha Galileo2 weeks ago CU professor gets pair of asteroids named after him  Albuquerque Journal1 month ago

[Download] Stellar Populations: Proceedings of the 164th Symposium of the International

Stellar Populations: Proceedings of the 164th Symposium of the International Astronomical Union, Held in the Hague, The Netherlands, August 15-19, 1994 (International Astronomical Union Symposia) Get it Now ...
 Dailymotion1 month ago
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UPI Almanac for Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016

Share the joy By United Press International On Aug. 24, 2006, Pluto, the small, distant astronomic body that has discovered in 1930, was demoted to dwarf planet status when the International Astronomical Union adopted a new ...
 News EasyBranches.com1 month ago

Nugs Speaks On international Youth Day With A Call On Government To Prioritize Matters Relating To The Youth

On the occasion of the International Youth Day which is marked globally on 12th August each year, the National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) wishes to reiterate its age-long call on government and the relevant stakeholders to pay particular ...
 Modern Ghana1 month ago
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More United in Space Than on Earth: Countries Work Closely to Fend Off Asteroids

But no need tobe alarmed because this is one offew border-free international collaborations ofscientists and engineers that ensure the happenings ofouter space are constantly monitored onbehalf ofus all. With observable tech being atits best, there ...
 Sputnik2 weeks ago

Enteng exits

Tropical Storm Enteng (international name: Namtheun) was expected to exit the country Thursday night, easing monsoon rains over northern and western Luzon. The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer4 weeks ago

Apple's $14.5 Billion EU Bill May Press U.S. on Tax Overhaul

The European Union's finding that Apple Inc. owes Ireland more than $14 billion in back taxes reveals the high cost the U.S. Treasury may pay by failing to keep pace in a global effort to stem corporate tax avoidance -- and Apple might represent ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago
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News Majority of mathematicians hail from just 24 scientific families 1 Comment

INTERFOTO/D. H. Teuffen/Mary Evans Picture Library Anecdotally many mathematicians report a shared genealogy with Swiss mathematician Leonhard Euler, born in 1707. Most of the world's mathematicians fall into just 24 scientific 'families', ...
 Nature1 month ago
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