This photograph of Halley's Comet was taken Jan. 13, 1986, by James W. Young, resident astronomer of JPL's Table Mountain Observatory in the San Bernardino Mountains, using a 24-inch reflective telescope. Debris from Halley's Comet produces the Eta ... LiveScience.com, 1 month ago
Halley's Comet to make Cinco de Mayo appearance - Mother Nature Network, 1 month ago
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Celebrating Flag Day, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took this photograph in the cupola of the International Space Station. Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) wrote, "Stars and stripes from @Space_Station. Happy #NationalFlagDay! #YearInSpace," June 14, 2015. ...ABC News, 2 weeks ago
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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 Today, 1 month ago
How to become an astronaut When you were a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? When the BBC asked 14,000 children about their ambitions back in 1969, many mentioned becoming an astronaut - and many more reckoned they'd at least be able ...AOL UK, 3 days ago
Hubble finds smallest Kuiper Belt object. Credit: NASA Dr. Mike Brown is a professor of planetary astronomy at Caltech. He's best known as the man who killed Pluto, thanks to his team's discovery of Eris and other Kuiper Belt Objects. We asked him ...PhysOrg.com, 1 week ago
SALT Science Conference 2015 official photograph. The Southern African Large Telescope (SALT) Foundation and South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) are delighted with the success of the SALT Science Conference 2015 held in Stellenbosch ...National Research Foundation, 2 weeks ago
On a telescope at the summit of Mauna Kea in Hawaii, it's not easy to put in a full night of work. At 14,000 feet, youre operating at only 60 percent of the oxygen available at sea level, which makes concentrating difficult. Top that off with a ...Scientific Computing, 1 month ago Most days in the life of an astronomer aren't spent at telescopes PhysOrg.com, 1 month ago
Christopher Pilny for redOrbit.com @NotRealChainsaw Every so often, readers submit questions to our Ask the Astronomer series, wondering various things about the universe, space travel, or complex physics concepts we have no freaking answer for.Red Orbit, 1 month ago
Artists are beginning to think like scientists and scientists like artists as aesthetics is being redefined, Professor Arthur I. Miller argued at an event on Physics in Public Spaces held at the IOP's London centre on 23 June. Prof. Arthur I.Institute of Physics, 4 days ago
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