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Here Comes The Sun: Enormous Solar Filament Erupts Watch an...
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Posted: Dec 15 2011 21:57:47


Here Comes The Sun: Enormous Solar Filament Erupts Watch an unusually long filament explode out from the Sun. The filament had been seen hovering over the Sun’s surface for over a week before it erupted early December 2010. The image sequence was taken by the Earth-orbiting Solar ...

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cwnl: How to Spot a Moon Around an Exoplanet As researchers get...
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Posted: Dec 10 2011 05:38:40


cwnl : How to Spot a Moon Around an Exoplanet As researchers get ever closer to finding an Earth-like exoplanet, some scientists are starting to think about how to spot smaller things, like exomoons. Most current probes, such as nasa’s Kepler telescope , are confined to indir...

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itsfullofstars: Voyager 1 Encounters Stagnation Region NASA’s...
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Posted: Dec 09 2011 08:37:30


itsfullofstars : Voyager 1 Encounters Stagnation Region nasa’s Voyager 1 spacecraft has entered a new region between our solar system and interstellar space, which scientists are calling the stagnation region. In the stagnation region, the wind of charged particles streaming out from o...

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From Astronomy Picture Of The Day; December 7, 2011: Kepler...
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Posted: Dec 07 2011 14:40:27


From Astronomy Picture Of The Day ; December 7, 2011 : Kepler 22b: An Almost Earth Orbiting an Almost Sun nasa / Ames / JPL-Caltech It’s the closest match to Earth that has yet been found. Recently discovered planet Kepler 22b has therefore instantly become the best place ...

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Curiosity Rover Lifts Off for Mars Image Credit: NASA ...
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Posted: Nov 30 2011 15:53:30


Curiosity Rover Lifts Off for Mars Image Credit: nasa Explanation: Next stop: Mars. This past weekend the Mars Science Laboratory carrying the Curiosity Rover blasted off for the red planet atop an Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral , Florida , USA , as pictured above...

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Across the Center of Centaurus A Image Credit: NASA, ESA,...
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Posted: Nov 29 2011 17:46:44


Across the Center of Centaurus A Image Credit: nasa , ESA , and the Hubble Heritage ( STScI / AURA ) - ESA /Hubble Collaboration; Acknowledgement: R. O’Connell ( U. Virginia ) Explanation: A fantastic jumble of young blue star clusters, gigantic glowing gas c...

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Interview: Daniel Lockney
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Posted: Nov 29 2011 06:21:44


When we were at Kennedy Space Center in July for the last-ever space shuttle launch, we sat down with Daniel Lockney to talk about some of the spinoffs from nasa’s space program. Lockney is a Program Specialist in nasa’s Office of Innovative Partnerships, and he deals with technology t...

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A Landslide on Asteroid Vesta Image Credit: NASA,...
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Posted: Nov 28 2011 15:51:08


A Landslide on Asteroid Vesta Image Credit: nasa , JPL-Caltech , UCLA , MPS, DLR, IDA Explanation: Asteroid Vesta is home to some of the most impressive cliffs in the Solar System. Pictured above near the image center is a very deep cliff running about 20 kilometers from top to b...

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Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon Image Credit: Pat...
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Posted: Nov 27 2011 15:51:39


Shuttle Plume Shadow Points to the Moon Image Credit: Pat McCracken, nasa Explanation: Why would the shadow of a space shuttle launch plume point toward the Moon? In early 2001 during a launch of Atlantis , the Sun , Earth , Moon , and rocket were all properly aligned for this ...

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Comment on Happy Birthday, Neptune! by Plutogirl
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Posted: Nov 23 2011 04:26:56


...h e-tiny-dwa rf-is-stil l-a-planet /68123/ Previw of my Pluto book in “The Atlantic.” The book is still behind schedule. http://www .nasa.gov/ audience/f oreducator s/9-12/fea tures/what -is-a-plan et.html Exercise for high school students, “What Is A Planet?” http://ken croswell.c om/NinthRo ckFromTheS un.html Article by astr...

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