Astronomy Magazine

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  • The Seven Most Incredible Telescopes In Existence

    Seven Most Incredible Telescopes Existence

    image credit When China completes its newest telescope project in 2016, the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, it will have a dish nearly... Read more

    The 29 April 2013 by   Gerard
  • NASA Presents: The Black Marble

    NASA Presents: Black Marble

    Google Maps and NASA have just published a new global view and animation of Earth’s city lights. It is a composite assembled from data acquired by a satellite... Read more

    The 12 December 2012 by   Luphil
  • NASA Finds New Evidence of Ice on Mercury

    NASA Finds Evidence Mercury

    While Curiosity rover is busy on the Red Planet, surprising news arrived from Mercury. The Messenger space probe ( MErcury Surface, Space ENvironment,... Read more

    The 30 November 2012 by   Ningauble
  • Curiosity Rover's Secret Historic Breakthrough?

    Curiosity Rover's Secret Historic Breakthrough?

    image credit Much of the internet is buzzing over upcoming 'big news' from NASA's Curiosity rover, but the space agency's scientists are keeping quiet about... Read more

    The 23 November 2012 by   Gerard
  • Radiation Levels on Mars Are Safe for Humans

    Radiation Levels Mars Safe Humans

    Curiosity is up (down?) there for three months now, and the space agency have some good news about radiation levels on the Red Planet. Read more

    The 17 November 2012 by   Ningauble
  • The Universe Is Almost Done Making Stars

    Universe Almost Done Making Stars

    In its youth, the universe was a roiling soup of star ingredients, with new stars forming rapidly. But now it’s much quieter, and things are not expected to... Read more

    The 08 November 2012 by   Ningauble
  • How Asteroids Can Save Mankind

    Asteroids Save Mankind

    Asteroid mining may seem like science fiction, but with resources running short on Earth, mining the sky could be humanity's only hope. Near-Earth asteroids... Read more

    The 08 November 2012 by   Gerard
  • Within Two Worlds

    depicts an alternate perspective by giving us the illusion of times movement, signifying a beginning and end within a world of constant contradiction. Read more

    The 25 October 2012 by   Gerard
  • NASA Computer Model Shows A Disk Galaxy's Life History

    This cosmological simulation follows the development of a single disk galaxy over about 13.5 billion years, from shortly after the Big Bang to the present time. Read more

    The 23 October 2012 by   Gerard
  • How Long Would It Take To Get To Alpha Centauri?

    Long Would Take Alpha Centauri?

    image credit Last Tuesday astronomers announced the discovery of a planet orbiting a star in the Alpha Centauri system, the nearest star system to our sun. But... Read more

    The 18 October 2012 by   Gerard

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