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1 hr ago | InsideHalton.com
It's the first full moon close to the autumn equinox, which marks the arrival of autumn Sept.
4 hrs ago | CNN
And, oh, what a bubble it is: About 300 light years long , and its walls are made of hot gas.
8 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian
THE MOON: The Moon takes about 27 days to go all the way around the Earth and return to its starting position.
12 hrs ago | RedOrbit
Astronomers have used a worldwide network of radio telescopes to resolve a controversy over the distance to a famous star cluster - a controversy that posed a potential challenge to scientists' basic understanding of how stars form and evolve.
16 hrs ago | The Age
A mysterious object with flashing lights spotted hovering over Melbourne's south-east last night was probably more adolescent than alien in origin, according to an expert.
Last month we highlighted Ophiuchus, the Serpent Bearer. This month, we highlight Serpens, the Serpent that he is holding.
Meet Sparky! That's the nickname astronomers gave to an incredible discovery in the farthest reaches of space.
The crescent moon, Saturn and Mars will form a compact triangle in the southwestern sky in this evening August 31st.
Super-bright galaxies powered by black holes have helped astronomers come up with the most accurate distance yet to the iconic Pleiades star cluster.
In this month's edition of Sactown magazine they feature Lake Tahoe and some of the over looked things that people can do.
Albemarle Cider Works hosted the "Star Party" where people could set up their telescopes to gaze upon the heavens.
On August 29, 1864, observing from Tulse Hill in London, amateur astronomers William and Margaret Huggins unraveled one of the biggest celestial mysteries of the time, and pioneered the astronomical use of a scientific tool that is still fundamental for most of our discoveries about the Universe - spectroscopy.
This gold "soul washer's disc" made by an Asante artist from Ghana dates to the late 19th or early 20th century.
This illustration reveals the celestial fireworks inside the crowded core of a developing galaxy, as seen from a hypothetical planetary system.
Paul Lewis from the University of Tennessee will be at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area on Saturday, August 30, for our always popular dark skies astronomy program.
Little Mercury puts on a poor show during the first part of September. It barely rises above the western horizon in evening twilight.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 07:12 pm
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