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  1. Super Moon - June 23, 2013

    Be sure to check out the sky tonight to see the moon at its perigee and if you're lucky it won't be rainy/overcast! I tried to take some photos of it last year but didn't have much success. The photos simply didn't come close to capturing its beauty but maybe someone here with better photography...

    Started by tabby, 06-23-2013 09:17 AM
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  2. Planetary Perspectives

    It's hard to grasp the enormity of "what's out there" and this chart brings that home even more. Whether you attribute it all to a higher being or to something along the lines of the big bang theory, it's awe inspiring! See 2nd post!

    Started by tabby, 01-06-2014 02:18 PM
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  3. Earth's Cries Recorded in Space

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/space/200807...ecordedinspace Earth emits an ear-piercing series of chirps and whistles that could be heard by any aliens who might be listening, astronomers have discovered. The sound is awful, a new recording from space reveals. Scientists have known about the...

    Started by the highlander, 07-02-2008 07:18 PM
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    07-03-2008 07:25 AM Go to last post
  4. Smile shuttke resumes this summer

    the shuttle is suppose to resume sometime this summr now.

    Started by thomas40, 01-02-2005 11:54 AM
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  5. 'Super Earth' Discovered at Nearby Star

    Neat! In a discovery that has left one expert stunned, European astronomers have found one of the smallest planets known outside our solar system, a world about 14 times the mass of our own around a star much like the Sun. ..... Still, the discovery is a significant advance in technology:...

    Started by Tombstone, 08-25-2004 09:58 PM
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    08-26-2004 04:49 AM Go to last post
  6. An asteroid CLOSE call.

    An asteroid the size of a large storage shed came within 4,100 miles of Earth this spring, making it the closest near miss ever recorded, U.S. astronomers said this week. The 15- to 30-foot space rock, now called 2004 FU162 (http://www.wired.com/news/space/0,2697,64752,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_2),...

    Started by Tombstone, 08-28-2004 10:31 PM
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  7. Catch a Falling Space Capsule

    SALT LAKE CITY -- In a harrowing feat high over the Utah desert Wednesday, two helicopter stunt pilots will try to snatch a floating space capsule that holds "a piece of the sun" and bring it safely down. Their biggest fear: What if they flub it on live TV? And that's entirely possible. The...

    Started by Tombstone, 09-05-2004 07:21 PM
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  8. New ring discovered around Saturn

    UK scientists using the Cassini probe have found a new ring and one, possibly two, new objects orbiting Saturn. The discoveries are in the planet's contorted F-ring region. The ring of new material seems to be associated with Saturn's moon Atlas. ...

    Started by Tombstone, 09-10-2004 08:15 AM
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  9. Photo may be first of extrasolar planet

    SPACE.com) -- A group of European-led astronomers has made a photograph of what appears to be a planet orbiting another star. If so, it would be the first confirmed picture of a world beyond our solar system. "Although it is surely much bigger than a terrestrial-size object [like Earth], it is a...

    Started by Tombstone, 09-15-2004 10:46 AM
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  10. Space Probes Feel Cosmic Tug of Bizarre Forces

    By Robin McKie Science Editor The Observer - UK Something strange is tugging at America's oldest spacecraft. As the Pioneer 10 and 11 probes head towards distant stars, scientists have discovered that the craft - launched more than 30 years ago - appear to be in the grip of a mysterious force...

    Started by Tombstone, 09-15-2004 11:27 AM
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  11. Freak Rock to Buzz Earth

    Astronomers are watching a "potentially hazardous asteroid" passing close to Earth this month. Toutatis (or asteroid 4179), a 3-mile-wide space rock, will come within 960,000 miles of Earth on Sept. 29. Although it is too far away to panic about, Toutatis is the largest known rock to come...

    Started by Tombstone, 09-17-2004 08:08 AM
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  12. Baby Galaxies Discovered

    A NASA spacecraft has detected three dozen "massive, baby galaxies" forming relatively close to our own Milky Way, scientists announced Tuesday. Using the sensitive ultraviolet detectors on the Galaxy Evolution Explorer, (http://www.galex.caltech.edu/) astronomers have unearthed three-dozen...

    Started by Tombstone, 12-27-2004 05:32 PM
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    12-27-2004 11:17 PM Go to last post
  13. Google Maps Mars

    Google Maps Mars The Google Earth team has launched a new maps site — but this one has almost nothing to do with Earth. Google Mars maps the surface of the red planet. It was released today in commemoration of the birthday of Percival Lowell, the amateur astronomer who argued that Mars'...

    Started by Tombstone, 03-14-2006 10:21 AM
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  14. Red face Did Man Really Land on the Moon? Let's put this debate to rest.

    After hundreds of hours of scouring through vast quantities of photographic evidence, I have selected *the best photo evidence from each camp. You view. You decide. I am just laying out the evidence. (http://www.digitalfog.com/index.php/2006/08/did-man-really-land-on-the-moon/)

    Started by Tombstone, 08-30-2006 10:38 AM
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    09-01-2006 09:54 AM Go to last post
  15. American Total Solar Eclipse' of 2017

    I have always been interested in Astronomy. I spent time on a cold mountain with my brother as he took photos in his frankenstein telescope. Of all the events which fascinated me, most are eclipses. Suppose because they do not take close observation but like a show for the masses. Observed...

    Started by tude dog, 01-06-2017 06:09 PM
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  16. Telescopes for youngsters

    Anyone have any input on what a good telescope would be for an 8 year old? He's "interested" in the whole thing, and I'd like to get him one, but fear breaking the bank on something he will give up on before too long. I also don't want to get some cheapie that he can't really enjoy and loses...

    Started by valerie, 09-07-2010 11:30 AM
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    09-21-2010 01:15 AM Go to last post
  17. Babies from space!!

    Sorta. ;) Hope (http://blog.wired.com/wiredscience/2007/10/cockroach-birth.html) :D

    Started by valerie, 10-24-2007 10:15 AM
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  18. Japanese Solar Sail Launched

    The Japanese Institute of Space and Astronautical Science has succeeded in launching and deploying the first ever solar sail into space. A solar sail is a thin metallic film pushed by light from the Sun - like a sail on Earth is pushed by the wind - it requires no engine. The 7.5 micrometers thick...

    Started by Warsai, 08-11-2004 06:56 AM
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    08-12-2004 06:31 AM Go to last post
  19. Planets Smaller Than Gas Giants Have Been Found

    American scientists say they have discovered two of the smallest planets ever detected outside our solar system - a sign, they said, that they are on the right track in the quest to find Earth-like planets that could potentially support life. Until the past few weeks, all of the estimated 130...

    Started by Warsai, 09-01-2004 06:55 AM
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    09-01-2004 09:16 AM Go to last post
  20. Dyson Sphere

    A Dyson Sphere is a hypothetical structure that was first theorized by Freeman Dyson, a physicist in the '50's. The sphere would cover the entire surface of a star allowing all the star's energy to be used. Civilizations could be build on the sphere and population wouldn't be a problem for an...

    Started by Warsai, 09-25-2004 06:24 AM
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