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Project Blue Kickstarter Launched: Campaign To Photograph Earth-Like Planets Around Alpha Centauri Star System Begins
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Scientists Seek Public Support in Spotting Another 'Blue Dot' ...

Scientists and experts fromUniversity ofMassachusetts Lowell and the SETI Institute, amongothers, are set tolaunch a telescope intospace totake direct images ofplanets orbiting aroundthe double suns ofAlpha Centauri. They hope the telescope will be ... Sputnik, 2 weeks ago

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STScI Astronomers Nancy Levenson and David Soderblom Elected AAAS Fellows

A News Nugget Release November 21, 2016: Nancy A. Levenson and David R. Soderblom of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, have been named Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
 Hubble Site2 weeks ago

Dr. Laurent Pueyo Receives 2016 Outstanding Young Scientist Award

: The Maryland Academy of Sciences has selected Dr. Laurent Pueyo of the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) in Baltimore, Maryland, as the recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Young Scientist award. He will receive the award in a ceremony on ...
 Hubble Site2 weeks ago The big data ecosystem for science  O'Reilly Network1 month ago STScI Appoints Head of Newly Created Data Science Mission Office  Hubble Site1 month ago

Star of the week: Al Risha

Al Risha, the Alpha star of Pisces the Fishes, via the Space Telescope Science Institute. 2017 EarthSky Lunar Calendar pre-sale…is happening NOW! Alpha Piscium, or Al Risha, is not one of the sky's brightest stars. In fact, it's only about ...
 EarthSky1 month ago

Exploring Space: Cosmic Clouds of Cold Gas Give Birth to Giant Galaxies

Using radio telescopes in Australia and the US, an international team of scientists has discovered that the biggest galaxies in the universe develop in cosmic clouds of cold gas. Until now scientists believed that these "supergalaxies" formed ...
 News18.com3 days ago Biggest galaxies in the universe were formed in cosmic oceans of cold gas  Tech2 firstpost.com2 days ago
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Scientists want to send a team of robots into space to build a telescope

Scientists have proposed a space observatory that would have a primary mirror with a diameter of 100 meters (328 feet)—40 times larger than Hubble's. They would also have robots assemble the telescope's components in space. Space telescopes, ...
 World Economic Forum1 month ago AIA, CSE renew call to support space exploration roadmap on Trump Administration  SpaceFlight Insider6 days ago Space exploration plans unveiled  Space Daily4 days ago Safe Space Movement Breaks Into Astronomy  Daily Caller1 week ago

Hubble successor James Webb Space Telescope set for final trials

Twenty years ago, scientists laid out a wish list for a successor to the Hubble Space Telescope, envisioning a device that could deepen knowledge of the origins of the universe. On Friday, an instrument befitting that description was declared ...
 Domain-B1 month ago A New Prototype Telescope Proves Itself Worthy  Universe Today2 weeks ago Countdown to Hubble's successor, James Webb Telescope, readies for launch  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago James Webb Telescope, now complete, is scheduled for launch  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago

Seasonal quirks on the solar system's giant planets

Saturn's striking polar hexagon is thought to be seasonal. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Space Science Institute In the inner solar system, a few tens or millions of kilometres from the sun, planets are bathed in plenty of solar energy. But in the far ...
 Cosmos Magazine1 month ago Mystery of Saturn's rings solved?  USA Today1 month ago Mystery solved behind birth of Saturn's rings  EurekAlert!1 month ago The peculiarities of the huge equatorial jet stream in Saturn's atmosphere are revealed  EurekAlert!3 weeks ago
CBS News

"Alien megastructure" star sparks more mystery

It has confused scientists for the past several years a faraway star spotted by NASA's Kepler space telescope The study by Carnegie's Josh Simon and Caltech's Ben Montet has been accepted for publication in The Astrophysical Journal. Simon and ...
 CBS News2 months ago Why is this star dimming? Astronomers still don't know  FOXNews.com2 months ago Most Mysterious Star In The Galaxy Becomes More Mystical Than Thought  Science World Report2 months ago Are there alien structures in the Kepler Mist?  The Bubble1 month ago
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There are 10 times more galaxies in the universe than previously thought

Scientists working on NASA's Hubble Space Telescope project have increased the estimated number of galaxies in the universe by a factor of 10, the Space Telescope Science Institute has announced. Verifying the number of galaxies that the universe ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago A Deep Look to the Heavens  Before It's News1 month ago The universe has ten times more galaxies than scientists thought  FOXNews.com1 month ago Hubble Reveals Observable Universe Contains 10 Times More Galaxies Than Previously Thought  Space Fellowship1 month ago
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