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17 min ago | Wall Street Journal
Sara Seager, an astrophysicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is on the hunt for aliens.
4 hrs ago | Hispanic Business
Editor at Science Letter -- Fresh data on Science are presented in a new report.
8 hrs ago | The Independent
Nick Clark is the arts correspondent of The Independent. He joined the newspaper in June 2007, initially reporting on the stock markets.
12 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Back in the 1830s, a Scottish minister and amateur astronomer named Thomas Dick tried to calculate the number of intelligent creatures in the universe.
15 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Kevin Manning, an award-winning astronomer and former NASA consultant, will share his knowledge on Thursday at the Lake Oswego Public Library.
17 hrs ago | 24 Hours
The Canadian Space Agency's Mars Exploration and Science Rover is seen operating in the CSA's Mars yard in Saint-Hubert, Que.
18 hrs ago | Scientific American
Remember the Pillars of Creation? Since the Hubble Space Telescope captured this spectacular photograph in 1995, it has appeared on posters, T-shirts and screen savers.
Taking place during August's new moon weekend, when the sky is at its darkest and the stars are most visible, the four day Julian StarFest brings a mix of professional astronomers and backyard stargazers together.
"Planes" will be shown on Friday night at the Memorial Park River Shelter. Bring a picnic or buy snacks from vendors.
Using a radio telescope with frequencies just above those of commercial FM radio stations, a European team of astronomers has obtained the most sensitive image of a galaxy below 1 GHz.
RATHER than searching for aliens phoning home, scientists are looking for signs of the homes themselves.
In association with TravelQuest International, Astronomy magazine is taking a group of up to 40 people to view the magnificent northern lights October 515, 2015 .
A GIANT clump of dark matter may have smashed into a nearby galaxy and punched a hole in its starry disc.
Within a decade, more of the universe's mysteries and dangers may become clearer - thanks to a giant telescope Penn State is helping to build.
If you saw a fireball in the sky Saturday night just after 9, you weren't alone.
Black holes are some of the strangest objects in the universe, and they typically fall into one of two size extremes: "small" ones that are dozens of times more massive than the sun and other "supermassive" black holes that are billions of times larger than our nearest star.
Astronomy magazine has partnered with the Kennedy Space Center for a sweepstakes in which one lucky winner will win an authentic meteorite and a trip for four to the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 11:19 pm
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