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Astronomer Confirms Cold River Of Hydrogen Flowing Into Galaxy's Hungry Maw

Astronomer Confirms Cold River Of Hydrogen Flowing Into Galaxy's Hungry Maw
There are many more things in outer space that humans can’t see than those they can detect and one phenomenon that has...
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Comet Jacques makes a 'questionable' appearance

Source: PhysOrg.com

What an awesome photo! Italian amateur astronomer Rolando Ligustri nailed it earlier today using a remote telescope in New Mexico and wide-field 4-inch (106 mm) refractor. Currently the brightest comet in the sky at magnitude 6.5, C/2014 E2 Jacques has been slowly climbing out of morning twiligh ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 1 day ago, 7:40am CDT
 

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Mysterious Brief Pulse Detected From Outer Space Baffles Astronomers

Source: Infowars

Was it a message from far beyond our own galaxy ...
Full article at: Infowars 3 days ago, 10:57am CDT
 

Close Encounters Of The Radio Kind? Mystery Bursts Baffle Astronomers

Source: WYPR

Astronomers have a mystery on their hands. Two large radio telescopes, on opposite sides of the planet, have detected very brief, very powerful bursts of radio waves.Right now, astronomers have no idea what's causing these bursts or where they're coming from. And nothing has been ruled out at the moment — not even the kind of outrageous claims you'd expect to see in tabloid headlines.Australian Recordings Inspire Curi ...
Full article at: WYPR 3 days ago, 7:13am CDT
 

StarDate 7/25/2014: Logging Star Clusters In Sagittarius

Source: CBS San Francisco

FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS McDONALD OBSERVATORY, AS HEARD ON KCBS RADIO WEEKDAYS @ 9:52 A.M., 7:35 P.M. & 2:52 A.M STARDATE 7/25/2014: One of the first items on almost any amateur astronomer’s “to-do” list is completing the Messier marathon — looking at all 110 objects cataloged by Charles Messier. Messier himself began the first marathon 250 years ago. Messier was most interested in finding comets. Indeed, the French astronomer discovered one in January of 1764. Not long ...
Full article at: CBS San Francisco 4 days ago, 11:52am CDT
 

Image: Chandra's view of the Tycho Supernova remnant

Source: PhysOrg.com

More than four centuries after Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe first observed the supernova that bears his name, the supernova remnant it created is now a bright source of X-rays. The supersonic expansion of the exploded star produced a shock wave moving outward into the surrounding interstellar gas, and another, revers ...
Full article at: PhysOrg.com 4 days ago, 6:28am CDT
 

Brother Guy Consolmagno: Carl Sagan medal winner and role model for evangelization

Source: The New Advent

The American Astronomical Society (AAS) Division for Planetary Sciences announced this month that Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno has won the Carl Sagan Medal for outstanding communication about planetary science to the general public. Brother Consolmagno is an astronomer and meteorite expert at the Vatican Observatory. He also serves as their Coordinator for Public Relations. The AAS commended Brother Consolmagno for occupying a “unique position” among astronomers as a “credible spokespe ...
Full article at: The New Advent 6 days ago, 11:50am CDT
 

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Atmosphere of Titan, Saturn's largest moon

Source: Science Daily

An astronomer has published the results of the comparison of his model of Titan's atmosphere with t ...
Full article at: Science Daily 6 days ago, 10:10am CDT
 

Apollo 11 Mission's 45th Anniversary Reminds Us To Never Stop Taking Small Steps

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

Forty-five years ago, on July 20, 1969, crew members of Apollo 11 made history when they walked on the moon. "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind," U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong uttered as he became the first human to set foot on the surface of the moon at 10:56 p.m. EDT. Buzz Aldrin followed shortly thereafter and became the second man to walk on the lunar surface. The pair, two of the three members of the Apollo 11 crew, spent the next two hours exp ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jul 18 2014, 11:20am CDT
 



 

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