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Latest Blog Posts for Astronomy

  • Big planet, small star
    on Jun 6, 2009 in Galaxy Earth Jupiter Red dwarf
    One of the smallest stars in the Galaxy has been found to have a planet orbiting it that is six times more massive than Jupiter. This gas giant is as far from its star as Mercury is from our Sun, but because the star is so small, it is like a scaled...
  • Shuttle Endeavour cleared for launch next week
    on Jun 5, 2009 in Space shuttle Endeavour NASA
    While the shuttle Endeavour's crew reviewed emergency procedures at the launch pad June 3 , NASA managers held an executive-level flight readiness review and cleared the ship for blastoff June 13, at 7:17:15 a.m., on a complex space station assembly...
  • M82's hidden supernova
    on Jun 4, 2009 in Supernova Galaxy M82
    A supernova has recently exploded in the nearby galaxy M82, but you won’t be able to see it with any ordinary telescope. Shrouded in obscuring gas and dust, only the radio emission of the stellar explosion is able to penetrate through to the outsid...
  • U.S. military spacecraft aid search for missing AirbusU.S. Air Force Defense Support Program (DSP) missile warning satellite data collected early June 1 over the central Atlantic, is being examined to see if it captured a possibly fiery breakup or impact of the Air France Airbus A330 that disappeared en...
  • Mars orbiter imagery boosts Curiosity rover's life search
    on Jun 2, 2009 in Curiosity Rover Mars NASA
    NASA and university scientists reviewing data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) say evidence is growing that the planet harbored life in its past or that Martian microbes exist now.They say their views are based on the growing body of data o...
  • How to search for alien seas
    on Jun 1, 2009 in planets Earth
    The search for habitable planets around other stars has taken a step forward by, ironically, looking at our own planet. To test whether we would be able to detect oceans on exoplanets, researchers used the Deep Impact spacecraft to observe Earth, as...
  • On the edge of a hungry black hole
    on May 29, 2009 in black hole Galaxies
    Gas and dust equal to the mass of two Earths are being gobbled up every hour by a hungry black hole in a distant galaxy, according to a space telescope probing the Universe in X-rays that has peered closer to a black hole than ever before.The Europea...
  • Did life need asteroid bombardment?
    on May 28, 2009 in Earth Asteroids
    A period 3.9 billion years ago when Earth was peppered with impacts by large asteroids may have created an environment in which primitive life could take hold, rather than destroying that life. This is the bold new claim by astrobiologists at the Uni...
  • Victoria provides Opportunity to view Mars' geological history
    on May 27, 2009 in Victoria Crater Mars Opportunity
    Opportunity’s two-year stay in Mars’ Victoria Crater is now bearing fruit, with the publication of the first major analysis of what the Mars Exploration Rover found.Details describe a crater carved by wind and water erosion, and a strong indicati...
  • Atlantis landing in California
    on May 26, 2009 in Atlantis
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