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What makes stars tick? Poster

Research has shown that a star's mass dictates almost everything about the object, from the core temperature to how long the star lives and how it dies.

WAUKESHA, Wis. — Today, most solar researchers confidently declare that our Sun is perfectly normal. But in the next breath, they protectively argue that ...

New exoplanet discoveries have become an annual occurrence in recent years, with astronomers finding Earth-like planets in potentially habitable zones.

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and Proxima makes three: Alpha Centauri really is a triple star!

The world's best-selling astronomy magazine offers you the most exciting, visually stunning, and timely coverage of the heavens above.

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... supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way appears dark against a bright maelstrom of swirling gas and infalling matter. Astronomers hope

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This image released by the European Southern Observatory on November 20, 2017 shows an artist's impression of the first interstellar object known to enter ...

The double star (and not binary) Albireo, or Beta Cygni, the color

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Artist's conception of Earth's solar system

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Hubble Sees Nearby Asteroids Photobombing Distant Galaxies

Henrietta Leavitt, the Woman Who Gave Us a Ruler to Measure the Universe

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BLAST FROM COLLAPSE A collapsar occurs when a massive, spinning star collapses into a black hole, powering a blast of light known as a long gamma ray burst ...

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Guest blog: Ben Palmer on outreach astronomy

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Map to the Stars (Penguin, March 2017)

And it would be a wide-field camera, letting astronomers observe more objects within the same field of view of the camera.

Japanese satellite targets the x-ray universe

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This solar system of seven Earth-sized planets may be the best place to look for alien life

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Batten down the hatches

May 2018: Discovery of a 2.3 Solar-mass neutron star! We have found one of the most massive neutron stars known to date in the "redback" millisecond pulsar ...

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The Science of Interstellar with Christopher Nolan

The view looking east on the morning of September 17th. Stellarium

Artwork showing the moment of the neutron star collision, with beams of energy shooting out

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The diary features everything that astronomers, from adolescent beginners to more experienced observers, need to know in 2014.

Relativity: The Special and the General Theory

We know that the clock is ticking on climate change, yet the sheer volume of news can make it tough for even the most conscientious citizen to comprehend ...

the eagle has landed

Image: An asteroid torn apart by the strong gravity of a white dwarf has formed a ring of dust particles and debris orbiting the Earth-sized burnt out ...

... below the clouds of Jupiter and Saturn tugs subtly on orbiting spacecraft, revealing hidden structure and motions. NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.

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Night Sky With the Naked Eye: How to Find Planets, Constellations, Satellites and

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Let There Be Light - Building an Artificial Star

This visualization shows a jet blasting from a black hole near the speed of light.

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An image released by the European Space Agency on June 27, 2018 shows an artist's impression of Oumuamua. '

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The 24 hour celestial path of of 3122 Florence through the night sky, centered on the September 1st closest approach. Tick mark times are in EDT (UT-4 ...

Science Faculty Magazine No 2 2017 - English

Data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory (pictured) and the Jansky Very Large Array allowed astronomers ...

Glow in The Dark Stars and Planets, Bright Solar System Wall Stickers -Sun Earth

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Dusty drama at Mars

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Program, talks and posters from our Symposium at the European Week of Astronomy and Space Science (Tenerife, Spain, ...

A rendering of the TRAPPIST-1 planets. Photo: NASA / JPL-Caltech

Earth from orbit on the March equinox, as viewed by EUMETSAT. Notice how the terminator – the line between day and night – touches both the north and south ...

Christopher Bernard reviews The Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg's production of The Pygmalion Effect

... of galaxies or discovering new chemical compounds, algorithms are detecting patterns no humans could have spotted. Rachel Suggs/Quanta Magazine

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By The Pricking of Her Thumb (Gollancz) is a kind-of sequel to The Real-Town Murders, and is another near-future SFnal impossible murder whodunit.

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