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New York TimesNorth Korea's Most Powerful Missile Now Has Its Own ShrineNew York TimesThe sleuths suspected that the satellite images showed the launching site of North Korea's most #powerful #missile, but they were baffled by a mysterious bustle of construction there. Closer scrutiny, astronomy and a smart hunch about North Korea read more...

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Astronomy MagazineThe Columbia #space #shuttle first launched 37 years agoAstronomy MagazineOn April 12, 1981, the space shuttle Columbia successfully launched from NASA's Kennedy Space Center and became the first reusable spacecraft to orbit Earth. The famous shuttle not only laid the groundwork for the success of NASA's 30-year-long Space ...and read more...

2 View, 0 Like, 0 dislike, 1 week ago there alien #life out there? Scientists #find SHOCK clue about extraterrestrial life to this vital role that phosphorus plays in life on Earth, astronomers have been searching the universe for the important element. Unfortunately a new study presented at the European Week off Astronomy and Space Science meeting in Liverpool ...and read more...

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Skymania News and GuideHubble discovers the farthest #star seen in the UniverseSkymania News and GuideThe Hubble space telescope, which NASA operates jointly with ESA, discovered the record-breaking star in images taken in April 2016 and April 2017. The find is revealed this week in the journal Nature Astronomy. Icarus has a more formal catalogue name ...and read more...

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The Daily GazettemiSci celebrates National Astronomy DayThe Daily GazetteSCHENECTADY -- Blindfolded and with different obstacles to get through, Bert Trzepacz listened to his father, Louis, give him directions so he didn't touch the hazards when trying to pick up rocks. Step forward, now a small step to the left, now a read more...

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News & Views from the 2018 Northeast Astronomy ForumSkyandTelescope.comI never expected to see Richard Francis and Huguette Lacoste of GersAstronomie and Le Bourdieu Observatory again after saying farewell to them in 2016, but here they were again in 2018. When people travel from Europe specifically to attend NEAF, it read more...

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