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It can capture and analyse light from up to 400 stars at the same time, helping astronomers map the age and movements of stars and explain the formation of our local galaxy, the Milky Way. "It will allow some of our greatest scientists to make new
Cagayan" during last week's episode left millions of viewers outraged, some even taking to social media afterward to call her "a loser," "pathetic" and not even worthy of being part of the reunion show at the end.
What Aha!' really sounds like; the back story of detecting gravitational waves Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff A team at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics announced Monday they found the first direct evidence of cosmic inflation...Johnson /
Chile will "transform our view of the universe," according to astronomer Andrew Connolly who spoke at a Ted conference in Vancouver on Thursday. He called it the "most fascinating experiment in the history of astronomy." What makes this telescope
California (AP) The White House budget released Tuesday proposes to slash funding for a U.S.-German infrared airborne observatory from $84 million to $12 million...The 40,000-pound (18,100-kilogram) telescope is mounted in the rear of a former jet.
Monday, March 10, across the street from the Waukegan Public Library on the corner of County and Clayton streets. Astronomy Under The City Lights is an opportunity for people of all ages to view the craters and mountains of the moon, and Jupiter with
The University of Hawaii is set to consider whether to lease land at the summit of Mauna Kea for construction of the world's largest optical telescope. At a meeting Thursday, the Board of Regents plans to discuss subleasing land at the summit of the
Major General Dr. Ahmed Nasser Al Raisi, Director General of Central Operations at Abu Dhabi Police, has recently inaugurated the Emirates Mobile Observatory in the presence of a number of officers. The observatory is the latest and largest
05 Washington: Robotic telescope service Slooh will cover NEA 2000 EM26 , a potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA), as it makes its closest approach on February 17th live from the Canary Islands. Viewers can watch free on Slooh.com or by downloading
J031300.36-670839.3, is thought by a team of astronomers at the Australia National University to be 13.6 billion years old. The star itself is not a new discovery -- it is faintly visible on existing photographic maps of the southern sky. But the