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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...

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Express.co.ukIs there alien #life out there? Scientists #find SHOCK clue about extraterrestrial life formExpress.co.ukDue 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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UMN NewsResearchers uncover the #farthest #star ever seenUMN News?This is the first time we're seeing a magnified, individual star,? explained lead #researcher Patrick Kelly, a University of Minnesota assistant professor of physics and astronomy and former University of California at Berkeley postdoctoral researcher ...and read more...

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Astronomy Now OnlineHubble #spots surviving companion to a supernovaAstronomy Now OnlineSeventeen years ago, astronomers witnessed a supernova go off 40 million light-years away in the galaxy called NGC 7424, located in the southern constellation Grus, the Crane. Now, in the fading afterglow of that explosion, NASA's Hubble has captured ...and read more...

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DSCC summer offerings include #organic #chemistry, #anatomy, physiologyState GazetteDyersburg State Community College (DSCC) will offer a variety of high-demand summer classes including Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Astronomy, Biology I and II, and Organic Chemistry I and II. Students attending other colleges and universities read more...

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DSCC summer offerings include #organic #chemistry, #anatomy, physiologyState GazetteDyersburg State Community College (DSCC) will offer a variety of high-demand summer classes including Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Astronomy, Biology I and II, and Organic Chemistry I and II. Students attending other colleges and universities read more...

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BustleThe April 2018 Full Moon & Jupiter Retrograde Are Happening At ...BustleIt's been sort of interesting watching the progression of our collective interest in astronomy and astrology over the past several years: We've moved from being #curious about what individual celestial events mean and onto being curious about what it ...and read more...

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Astronomy MagazineA New Supernova Over MunichAstronomy MagazineIt is one of Europe's largest privately funded non-profit foundations. The Foundation promotes #the advancement of the natural sciences, mathematics, and computer science, and strives to raise appreciation for these fields. The Foundation's commitment read more...

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Astronomy MagazineHubble #captures first image of surviving companion to a supernova ...Astronomy MagazineThough the Hubble Space Telescope celebrated its 28th year in space earlier this week, the orbiting observatory is apparently far from finished. According to a new study published March 28 in the Astrophysical Journal, astronomers using NASA's Hubble ...and read more...

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The OutlineWhen the #government doesn't fund #astronomy, we all get #left in the darkThe OutlineMost of these have been launched by NASA or the European Space Agency. All are among the primary instruments of thousands of astronomers around the world and require tens of millions of dollars in yearly upkeep costs. I do all this accounting to ...and read more...

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60-Second Astronomy News: Cosmic Butterfly Tests Galaxy ...Sky & TelescopeA short take on astronomy #news finds a #cosmic #butterfly testing theories of galactic evolution, a new idea for the formation of Mars's moons, and the discovery of a stellar thief that survived a supernova explosion.and read more...

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Aljazeera.comJohann Carl Friedrich Gauss: Why Google honours him todayAljazeera.comBorn 241 years ago on April 30, Johann Carl Friedrich Gauss is often described as the "Prince of Mathematicians" and hailed for his contributions to number theory, geometry, probability theory and astronomy. In the German mathematician's honour, Google ...and read more...

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ESPN (#press release) (blog)Can Jonathan Taylor run Wisconsin to the CFP?ESPN (press release) (blog)MADISON, Wis. -- Jonathan Taylor's upcoming summer school load includes a course in astronomy. Wisconsin's biggest star is geeking out about it. "I've been a science guy for a while, and space is definitely interesting, how things form," said Taylor read more...

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Daily HeraldLibraries #hold summer #reading programsDaily Herald10, The Muppets. There will also be Family Thursday Night #events, but dates are not set yet. Events will include Karaoke-Dance Night; Bookopoly; Wildlife Night; Astronomy Night; Music Science Night; Fossil Dig; Where the Wild Things Are; and Campfire ...and read more...

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Policy ForumBrad TuckerPolicy ForumDr Brad Tucker is an astrophysicist, cosmologist, and currently a Research Fellow at the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Mt Stromlo Observatory at the Australian National University. The majority of his work involves supernova read more...

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Astronomy Now OnlineHubble catalogues star-forming regions in #nearby galaxiesAstronomy Now OnlineCapitalising on the unparalleled sharpness and spectral range of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, an international team of astronomers is releasing the most comprehensive, high-resolution ultraviolet-light survey of nearby star-forming galaxies.and read more...

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