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What Do Astronomers Mean When They Say an Object Is in a Const...

Yeah, that really looks like a reclining virgin. IAU and Sky & Telescope magazine (Roger Sinnott & Rick Fienberg) CC BY 3.0 It occurs to me that I use a lot of terms that I take for granted, but that may mean something else to a reader not ... Slate Magazine, 1 month ago

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Indian Express

Telescope: Prime-time bullies

Freedom to hold contrary views seems disallowed in this moment. In an interview to Time magazine in May 2015, the prime minister of India had said: So, in so far as freedom of speech is concerned, there is absolutely not an iota of doubt in terms of ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Airways News

This Month in the Airways: SOFIA, the Flying Telescope

460 530 142 70 359 411 Here's thesummary of our newest issue, just for you! The 251st issue of Airways Magazine since 1994: This new issue starts with a narrative by Chris Sloan describing his fascinating experience on board NASA's unique ...
 Airways News6 days ago

Supermoon? Meh. It may be closer, but it won't be super duper

(Nanowerk News) NASA,, Sky & Telescope magazine, observatories everywhere — just about any entity with a stake in the night sky — have been busy telling us how great the full moon will be Nov. 14 because the satellite will be closer to ...
 Nanowerk3 weeks ago

Lookback time my new article in Sky & Telescope

Ive been writing for , the American astronomy magazine, for a year now. My first feature article was published last December (), my second came out this April (), and my latest is in the current (December 2016) issue, which should be hitting ...
 Before It's News1 month ago

Telescope that 'ate astronomy' is on track

The next great space telescope spread its golden wings this month. Like the petals of a 20-foot sunflower seeking the light, the 18 hexagonal mirrors that make up the heart of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope were faced towards a glassed-in ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago Telescope that ate astronomy is on track to surpass Hubble  New Hamburg Independent1 week ago
Here & Now

Supermoon - the largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades

Home » Weekend Magazine » November 26, 2016 From Beijing to Berlin, star gazers around the world admired the supermoon - the largest, brightest full moon in nearly seven decades - as it made its way across the skies on last Sunday and last ...
 Business Recorder1 week ago Why This November Supermoon Is Especially Unusual  Here & Now2 weeks ago It's going to be a sight to behold! How best to view tonight's spectacular supermoon  You2 weeks ago Mega supermoon coming 14th November once in a lifetime occurrence  Market Business News.com3 weeks ago

116 Luxurious Gifts for the Holidays

Moonraker Jules Verne Telescope by Mark Turner Most telescopes look like ungainly pieces of medical equipment. Not the Moonraker, which boasts 23.4-karat-gold finishes and brass and polished aluminum, including a mount made from high-end ash or ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago

Advice for Xmas telescope buyers with Astro Dave | November 21, 2016

What's on the top of your Christmas list this year? Maybe a telescope? It's like buying a car, a lot of people get confused about the best one to buy. The short answer is, buy the dearest telescope you can afford! What's on the top of your Christmas ...
 Macleay Argus1 week ago 2016 the night sky sights a guide to over 125 astronomical events to see without a telescope  SlideShare.net1 month ago A buyers and users guide to astronomical telescopes and binoculars  SlideShare.net1 month ago The best sights in astronomy and how to see them observing eclipses bright comets meteor showers and other celestial wonders  SlideShare.net1 month ago

NASA Space Telescopes Pinpoint Elusive Brown Dwarf

This illustration depicts a newly discovered brown dwarf, an object that weighs in somewhere between our solar system's most massive planet (Jupiter) and the least-massive known star. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech In a first-of-its-kind ...
 Astrobiology Magazine3 weeks ago NASA's Telescopes Spot Elusive Brown Dwarf  Outlook India3 weeks ago
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