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Sense of the stars: New telescopes poised to unlock the universe     - CNET
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Sense of the stars: New telescopes poised to unlock the univer...

See more stories from CNET Magazine . Michael Muller For nearly as long as we've walked the Earth, humans have tried to make sense of the stars. We've come a long way from the pits dug 10,000 years ago as a lunar calendar in a field in Scotland ... CNET.co.uk, 1 month ago

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75 Years of Sky & Telescope: A Lifetime of Astronomy Coverage

The November 2016 issue of Sky & Telescope, just off the press, celebrates the magazine's 75 years of monthly publication since November 1941 — and recaps the 75 most exciting years for astronomy in human history. Sky & Telescope chronicled ...
 SpaceRef3 days ago
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Bright planets add more dazzle to perseid meteor shower's peak

This Sky & Telescope magazine sky map shows another view of the Perseid meteor shower radiant for 2016 where it will be located at 11 p.m. your local time on Aug. 11 and 12 during the shower's peak. Sky & Telescope illustration Meteor-catchers ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Annual Perseid Meteor Shower Set To Be Unusually Active, NASA Says  Here & Now1 month ago Perseid Lore: The Legend and Science Behind the Epic Meteor Shower  Space.com1 month ago Why Thursday night's Perseid meteor shower is extra special  Austin American Statesman1 month ago

If were not alone, how will we know?

By Michael D. Lemonick, Michael D. Lemonick is the opinion editor at Scientific American magazine. His book The Perpetual Now: A Story of Amnesia, Memory and Love will be published in February. All These Worlds Are Yours The Scientific Search ...
 Washington Post21 hours ago
Descrier

Water plumes from Europa raise hopes of detecting microbial life

The Hubble Space Telescope has obtained evidence of Jupiter's moon Europa erupting plumes of water vapour, NASA reports. Hubble first caught a glimpse of the jets in December 2012, but now more plumes have been revealed using a different technique. ...
 Descrier3 days ago Hubble Finds More Evidence of Plumes on Europa  News EasyBranches.com4 days ago NASA's Hubble Spots Possible Water Plumes Erupting on Jupiter's Moon Europa  Astrobiology Magazine5 days ago Water Plumes on Europa: The Discovery in Images  Space.com5 days ago
Outlook India

What can the world's largest single-dish radio telescope in China do?

12:13 PM EDT An artist's rendition of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft hovering over Bennu the asteroid. (Photo : Twitter/NASA Space Communication and Navigation (SCaN)) China has begun operating the world's largest single-dish radio telescope in ...
 Yibada1 day ago China's Newly Completed FAST Now World's Largest Radio Telescope  PC Perspective4 days ago World's Largest Radio Telescope in China to Hunt for Aliens  Outlook India6 days ago World's Largest Radio Telescope Operational  Shanghai Business Review5 days ago

Mapping the Milky Way as never before

Home » Weekend Magazine » September 24, 2016 The Gaia space probe, launched in 2013, has mapped more than a billion stars in the Milky Way, vastly expanding the inventory of known stars in our galaxy, the European Space Agency said Wednesday.
 Business Recorder1 week ago
IAfrica.com

A "strong signal" detected by a radio telescope that is scanning the heavens for signs of aliens has stirred interest.

A "strong signal" detected by a radio telescope in Russia that is scanning the heavens for signs of extraterrestrial life has stirred interest among the scientific community. "No one is claiming that this is the work of an extraterrestrial ...
 IAfrica.com4 weeks ago Strange signal detected by Russian radio telescope  SpaceFlight Insider1 month ago Is there anybody out there?  Times Live South Africa1 month ago Has the Earth just been contacted by aliens?  TLE - News Entertainment Lifestyle1 month ago
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The Gaia Space Telescope Just Changed How You See the Stars

A new image of stars in the Milky Way and neighboring galaxies from the Gaia telescope after 14 months of scanning the sky. The stripes and other artifacts will gradually fade as more scans are made during the five-year mission. ESA/Gaia/DPAC On ...
 Wired News2 weeks ago

Star Gazing with Astro Dave | August 29, 2016

The Evening Star Rules Dave Reneke from Australasian Science magazine explains. Twinkle, twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are. The words to that popular tune were written by Jane Taylor in 1806 and I bet there isn't a person alive who ...
 Macleay Argus1 month ago Update on Tabby's Star, i.e. the Alien Megastructure Star  HobbySpace1 month ago Stars don't really twinkle  Macleay Argus1 week ago
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