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These Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlisted images are nothing short of amazing
Huffington Post UK

These Astronomy Photographer of the Year shortlisted images ar...

Stunning celestial views of the Milky Way, Northern Lights, and comets hurtling through space are just some of the incredible images to have made the shortlist for the 2015 Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition . The competition, ... Huffington Post UK, 2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

Mesmerizing Astronomy Photos Are The Best Of 2015

If you have ever questioned the enormity and the drama of our universe, these photos will set you straight. The Royal Museums Greenwich in London selected these 17 stunning images, from more than 2,700 entries, to be considered for their annual ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago For astronomer, an insect is as worthy of observation as the cosmos  Yale University3 weeks ago Dateline Rice for June 11, 2015  Rice University1 month ago
Ipswich Satellite

Troy's cosmic photography wins David Malin Awards

THE gruelling 13-hour drive to Parkes, NSW, was well worth it for Maroochydore's Troy Caswell as he lived out his astronomical boyhood dream on Saturday. Mr Caswell was presented as the overall winner at the 2015 David Malin Awards - Australia's ...
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Stars and Stripes

Whopper of a kiss: Astronomical sleuth reveals the timing of the iconic 1945 photo

Glenn Edward McDuffie, the young sailor who can be seen in one of the most iconic photos from the end of World War II, has died in Dallas, according to family members. LOS ANGELES (Tribune News Service) — It's an iconic image: A sailor kisses a ...
 Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago Astronomical sleuth reveals the timing of the iconic 1945 'Kiss'  Stars and Stripes3 weeks ago

Photos: Earth From A Million Miles Away

A NASA camera on the Deep Space Climate Observatory satellite has returned its first view of the entire sunlit side of Earth from one million miles away. The image was generated by combining three separate images to create a photographic-quality ...
 ABC News1 week ago
USA Today

Far out: The art and science of space photography

. It has since been updated with new information. July 13, 2015 Our fascination with objects that are too large or too distant to observe is perhaps just as intense as our fascination with objects that are too small. Nonetheless, these ...
 USA Today2 weeks ago The SALT Science Conference 2015  National Research Foundation1 month ago
CBS News

CBS Sci-Tech: ​Science debunks WWII "Kiss" couple's claim to fame

"The Kiss" is easily one of the most celebrated and contested photos in America's historical album. Taken by Life magazine photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt on Aug. 14, 1945, the iconic shot of young a sailor kissing a nurse all in white in the middle ...
 CBS News3 weeks ago

India's 1st Institute For Astronomy & Astrophysics Announced

Previous story: Religare Capital Markets partners with Trinity Securities Next story: `Buddha does not smile in the paintings by brother duo Mumbai : The Indian Planetary Society (IPS), the nation's leading science research organisation ...
 APN News1 month ago
WA Today

Life on Mars: Meet the Australians preparing for the mission of a lifetime

Giant leap for mankind: Mars One applicant Korum Ellis. Photo: Mike Baker. Digital illustration by Igor Morski They dream of the Red Planet as they lie sleeping in their Australian beds. The barren landscape reminds 44-year-old Dianne McGrath ...
 WA Today2 months ago
Extreme Tech

NASA's New Horizons Makes Major Discoveries: Young Ice Mountains on Pluto and Crispy Young Chasms on Charon

New close-up images of a region near Pluto's equator reveal a giant surprise — a range of youthful mountains rising as high as 11,000 feet (3,500 meters) above the surface of the icy body. Credits: NASA/JHU APL/SwRI APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY, ...
 Universe Today1 week ago The last few days of Pluto announcements have been amazing  Extreme Tech5 days ago Finding Pluto—the hunt for Planet X  PhysOrg.com1 week ago Pluto: Because we are human and we long to know  Daily Maverick1 week ago
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