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This new report resembles previous activity detected in Australia, which has scientist debating possible causes, including solar flares, blitzars, or something even more mysterious.
Venus shines brilliantly in the morning twilight during August. Look for it low in the east-northeast predawn sky.
Comet C/2013 A1, also known as "Siding Spring," will come within 100,000 miles of Mars this October, but no planetary impact is expected.
FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS McDONALD OBSERVATORY, AS HEARD ON KCBS RADIO WEEKDAYS @ 9:52 A.M., 7:35 P.M. & 2:52 A.M STARDATE 7/25/2014: One of the first items on almost any amateur astronomer's "to-do" list is completing the Messier marathon - looking at all 110 objects cataloged by Charles Messier.
To celebrate the 15th birthday of its Chandra X-ray Observatory, NASA has published four previously unreleased images of supernova remnants.
Chris Lintott was observing the night sky with his telescope when he came across a cluster of stars he had never seen before.
Explanation: This alluring all-skyscape was taken 5,100 meters above sea level, from the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes.
RAW VISION: the sun releases two massive clouds of plasma that could have crippled Earth's energy and satellite communications networks.
Observations of the alien planet Kepler-7b suggest it is covered in patchy clouds.
Astronomers have mapped the mass within a galaxy cluster more precisely than ever before.
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Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have gone looking for water vapor in the atmospheres of three planets orbiting stars similar to the sun -- and have come up nearly dry.
DID you know we are actually all made of stars? Or the crazy costs of a space suit? Some of these facts are out of this world.
An astronomer has published the results of the comparison of his model of Titan's atmosphere with the latest data.
CHILE: San Jose resident Mike Smithwick's recent trip was an "astronomy vacation."
In the first half, editor of Unicus Magazine, Robert Stanley , discussed anomalous structures off the coast of Malibu, as well as underground bases, dimensional portals, and UFO sightings in the area.
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