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  1. Space And Astronomy (Science News for Kids) by Emily Sohn, Sorcha Mcdonagh, 2006-03-30
  2. Eclipse fills watchers with awe.(General News)(Astronomy: Local residents gather to view the rare celestial event.): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  3. Family physician gazes upward.(THE REST OF YOUR LIFE)(Steven Reeder's love for astronomy): An article from: Family Practice News by Doug Brunk, 2009-01-15
  4. Gazing deeper still: four hundred years ago, Galileo and his telescope brought the heavens into focus, setting the stage for modern astronomy.(YEAR OF ASTRONOMY): An article from: Science News by Dava Sobel, 2009-05-23
  5. Beyond Galileo's universe: astronomers grapple with cosmic puzzles both dark and light.(YEAR OF ASTRONOMY): An article from: Science News by Ron Cowen, 2009-05-23
  6. The beginners guide to astronomy
  7. Star Loving Lust:The Comprehensive Guide to Astronomy by Robert Dewitt, 2010-01-11
  8. The Future of Astronomy by PROFESSOR EDWARD C. PICKERING, 2009-06-01
  9. Astronomy Book: A Beginning Guide to the Stars - Mastering Astronomy for Beginners - An Exploration and Guide to the Galaxies, Universe, and Stars... by M. Smith, 2010-09-02
  10. Cosmic Dispatches: The New York Times Reports on Astronomy and Cosmology
  11. Space astronomy: An overview (Technical news / Perkin-Elmer Corporation) by Alan Newton Bunner, 1981
  12. Celebrating astronomy's illumination of the mind.(FROM THE EDITOR): An article from: Science News by Tom Siegfried, 2009-05-23
  13. 2010 Complete Guide to the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) - Facilities and Science Programs, Space, Ocean, Physics, AI, Nanoscience, Photonics, Robotics, Radar, Materials, Astronomy (DVD-ROM) by U.S. Government, Naval Research Laboratory, et all 2010-06-17
  14. 21st Century Ultimate Guide to the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) - America's Vital Multidisciplinary Research Center - Pioneering Science from Astronomy to Robotics (Ringbound and DVD-ROM) by Naval Research Laboratory, U.S. Government, et all 2010-06-17

1. Perth Observatory: Astronomy News
astronomy news, astronomy events, astronomy highlights, events to view
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Our web log (blog) has the latest astronomy news (and some Perth Observatory news) as well as detailing some astronomical highlights to view. We try to update this web log at least once per week.
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2. Astronomy Daily News And Current Events - Updates On Astronomy Daily News From A
Daily news dealing with the latest information from the scientific astronomy community. Current events and updates from astronomers and others working in the astronomy field.
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  • Mars Doubles in Brightness - The red planet, already intense, is about to get much brighter.
    Mars Doubles in Brightness - The red planet, already intense, is about to get much brighter. Step outside tonight around midnight and look east. About halfway up the sky you'll see the planet Mars. It looks like an intense red star, the brightest light in the midnight sky other than the Moon. Here's the amazing part: Between now and the end of October, Mars, already so bright, will double in brightness again. zSB(3,3)

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    4. ScienceDaily: Astronomy News
    Astronomy news. New! Earthlike extrasolar planet found; double helix nebula; supermassive black holes, astronomy articles, astronomy pictures. Updated daily.
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    5. Astronomy News - Hypography - Science For Everyone
    Astronomy news,Hypography Science for everyone Astronomical instruments needed to answer crucial questions, such as the search for Earth-like planets or the way the Universe
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    A Fine-Tooth Comb To Measure The Accelerating Universe
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    First Light for the Fermi Space Telescope
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    Toxin Found In Martian Soil
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    Martian Water Confirmed
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    NASA Brings Total Eclipse of the Sun to the Masses
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    Save the date Aug. 1, 2008, to watch a total eclipse of the sun. NASA Television will share this stunning visual treat with observers around the world in a live streaming webcast, thanks to a partnership with the University of California at Berkeley and the Exploratorium.
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    A new paper appearing July 20 in the Astrophysical Journal explains why this outer ring stands out. According to the authors, the red color highlights a zone where organic molecules called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which are present throughout most of the galaxy, suddenly disappear.
    Widespread, Hardworking Water on Ancient Mars

    6. Space And Earth Sciences News || Astronomy
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    Chubby Galaxy Cluster Suggests Dark Energy Was Stronger Long Ago
    Peering through a giant cluster of galaxies as if it were a cosmic magnifying glass, astronomers have created a new, incredibly detailed map of the dark matter found there. Fri 12 Nov 10 from SPACE.com Other sources: SPACE.com PhysOrg Popular Science Livescience ...
    Giant gamma bubbles found in Milky Way
    BLACK HOLE ERUPTS: An ancient eruption of a supermassive black hole in the Milky Way may have inflated two huge bubbles of gamma rays which were just now discovered and are considered a new ... Wed 10 Nov 10 from ABC Science Other sources: ABC Science SPACE.com PhysOrg National Geographic ...
    Primordial dry ice fuels comet jets
    One of the biggest comet findings coming out of the amazing images and data taken by the University of Maryland-led EPOXI mission as it zipped past comet Hartley 2 last week is that dry ice ... Wed 10 Nov 10 from PhysOrg Other sources: PhysOrg UPI Labspaces.net

    7. Astronomy Magazine
    Astronomy.com is for anyone who wants to learn more about astronomy events, cosmology, planets, galaxies, asteroids, astrophotography, the Big Bang, black holes, comets
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    8. Astronomy News - Hypography - Science For Everyone
    Astronomy news,Hypography Science for everyone Planetary scientists have puzzled for years over an apparent contradiction on Mars.
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    MIT, Harvard offer solution to Mars enigma
    Planetary scientists have puzzled for years over an apparent contradiction on Mars. Abundant evidence points to an early warm, wet climate on the red planet, but there's no sign of the widespread carbonate rocks, such as limestone, that should have formed in such a climate. Full story
    Astronomers Monitor Asteroid to Pass Near Mars
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    Astronomers funded by NASA are monitoring the trajectory of an asteroid estimated to be 50 meters (164 feet) wide that is expected to cross Mars' orbital path early next year. Observations provided by the astronomers and analyzed by NASA's Near-Earth Object Office at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., indicate the object may pass within 30,000 miles of Mars at about 6 a.m. EST (3 a.m. PST) on Jan. 30, 2008.
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    9. NASA - News - Highlights
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    12. Space News - Get The Latest Space And Astronomy News On Sea And Sky
    On Sea and Sky's Space News pages you can find the latest news headlines and news stories on the topics of astronomy, cosmology, astrophysics, and space exploration, updated daily.
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    15. N.A.A. Current Astronomy News Page
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    16. James Webb Space Telescope Cast
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    NASA's Northrop Grumman-built James Webb Space Telescope has passed its most significant mission milestone to date, the Mission Critical Design Review, or MCDR. This signifies the integrated observatory will meet all science and engineering requirements for its mission. "I'm delighted by this news and proud of the Webb program's great technical achievements," said Eric Smith, Webb telescope program scientist at NASA Headquarters in Washington. "The independent team conducting the review confirmed the designs, hardware and test plans for Webb will deliver the fantastic capabilities always envisioned for NASA's next major space observatory. The scientific successor to Hubble is making great progress."

    17. Astronomy News
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      Posted on June 18, 2010 by admin Chandrayaan-2 is an excellent example of this post-Cold War attitude. But it is more than just a symbol; this mission will do good science. It will teach us some things about a body that still has a surprising number of questions associated with it: our own satellite. Now, how much do you think our hypothetical aliens could learn about our planet from that? Granted, the analogy has some rather large holes in it, since we really can learn a lot about the moon, or any body, just by observing it from afar. Due to recent technological advances, we can now gather quite a bit of information without actually going there. But no matter how much we learn from a distance, there will always be questions that can only be answered by going there, and a boxful of rocks is only the beginning. That fundamental fact is the rationale behind further exploration of the moon.

    18. Astronomy News Colorado Springs Astronomical Society
    The Quadrantid meteor shower is one of the strongest meteor showers of the year, but observers can be disappointed if conditions are not just right.
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        The Quadrantid meteor shower is one of the strongest meteor showers of the year, but observers can be disappointed if conditions are not just right. The point from where the Quadrantid meteors appear to radiate is located within the extinct constellation Quadrans Muralis. On modern star charts, this radiant is located where the constellations Hercules, Boötes, and Draco meet in the sky. The shower can appear almost nonexistent until about 11 p.m. Unfortunately, the radiant does not attain a very high altitude for most Northern Hemisphere observers before morning twilight puts an end to the show. The best observations are actually possible from countries with high northern latitudes, such as Canada, Finland, Sweden, and Norway. The display is virtually nonexistent for observers in the Southern Hemisphere. The Quadrantids generally begin on December 28 and end on January 7, with maximum generally occurring during the morning hours of January 3/4. The Quadrantids are barely detectable on the beginning and ending dates, but observers in the Northern Hemisphere can see from 10 to around 60 meteors per hour at maximum. The maximum only lasts for a few hours. For more info, go to the Meteor Showers Online website: 

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    Stars Over the Coast astronomy column Nov. 14-20: Venus leaps into the

    The Birmingham News - al.com - Birmingham,AL,USA Press-Register - al.com (blog) PLANETS TO VIEW: Venus makes an auspicious return to the sky, but this time you'll find it in the morning before sunrise. Look low in the east about an hour ... [ more 46 minutes ago. Serial entrepreneur Michael Gorton let dreams of spaceflight rocket him to Dallas Morning News - Dallas,TX,USA Dallas Morning News He's a true Renaissance man, with experience in physics, law, astronomy, fiction writing and mountain climbing. "He's one of these thinkers one of these ... [ more 2 hours ago.

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