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Posts in the past four weeks

Monday
Oct 20 2014
16:33 UTC

5 Sky Events This Week: Orion’s Meteors, Hidden Sun, and Zodiacal Light

October's skies delight the eyes, for stargazers this week.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Sunday
Oct 19 2014
14:02 UTC

What’s the point of conferences?

Well, here I am back in the office making a start on my extensive to-do list. Writing it, I mean. Not actually doing any of it. It was nice to get away for a couple of weeks, to meet up with some old friends I haven't seen for a while and also to catch up […]

Posted by In The Dark

Saturday
Oct 18 2014
12:00 UTC

Comet’s Near Miss with Mars on Tap for Sunday

Heads up, a comet is coming to Mars.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Friday
Oct 17 2014
13:45 UTC

Solar Bombs' And Mini-Tornadoes Spotted By Sun-Watching Spacecraft

My, the Sun is a violent place. I mean, we knew that already, but there's even more evidence for that using new data from a brand-new NASA spacecraft. There's talk now about tornadoes and jets and even “bombs” swirling amid our Sun's gassy environment. A huge set of results from NASA's Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph […]

Posted by Universe Today

Thursday
Oct 16 2014
20:21 UTC

#TBT #Astrobiology a new look at an old meme

... some of our favorite¬science related memes. Remember when these were a thing?! This one was created by yours truly, Julia DeMarines¬(<– click […]

Posted by PaleBlue.blog

Thursday
Oct 16 2014
02:36 UTC

steve and the stars

i'm SO EXCITED to finally get to reveal this short film "steve and the stars" to everyone. i worked with the bluebottle group to produce it for the AAO. i think it captures the excitement and wonder, that cosmic vertigo that comes when thinking about our place in this unfathomably huge universe of ours. so lucky to be able to do this as my job! the official blurb and behind-the-scenes shots while filming in july 2014! Ever wonder what it's like to stay up all night using a world class 4

Posted by astropixie

Tuesday
Oct 14 2014
10:00 UTC

This is the new blog. Same as the old blog.

Hi, everyone. Shawn here. So, since I moved into our new house I haven't been blogging much. Or at all. And when I look in the mirror, this is who I see: So I'm bringing some awesome friends into the blog, as co-lead people, to help generate more content. Let me introduce you all to […]

Posted by PaleBlue.blog

Wednesday
Oct 08 2014
17:17 UTC

Blood Moon Thrills Sky-Watchers

... Blood Moon came calling and skywatchers caught its snapshot.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Tuesday
Oct 07 2014
20:46 UTC

REAL Images of Eclipses Seen From Space

That ‘amazing astro-shot that isn't' is making the rounds of ‘ye ole web again. You know the one. See an Amazing Image of an Eclipse From SPACE!!! screams the breathless headline, with the all-too-perfect image of totality over the limb of the Earth, with the Milky Way thrown in behind it for good measure. (...)Read […]

Posted by Universe Today

Wednesday
Oct 01 2014
10:00 UTC

Amazing Photo of Wild Duck Cluster

The Wild Duck Cluster takes flight, to stargazers' delight.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Monday
Sep 29 2014
19:05 UTC

6 Sky Events This Week: Cosmic Swan and Eagle Take Flight

... treasure trove of starry sights fill the night skies this week.

Posted by Breaking Orbit

Monday
Sep 29 2014
15:00 UTC

Rosetta Landing Scheduled

It's actually happening! On November 12th, the Philae lander of the Rosetta spacecraft will be the first human-made craft to ever land on a comet. Aren't you excited?! Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko will get an other-worldly visiter at what has been designated “Site J” by the Rosetta team on the “smaller lobe” of the comet. (The rubber-ducky's head.) Since Site J isn't so terribly descriptive, there will be a public contest to name the site starting October 14. Rosetta i

Posted by CosmoQuest Blog

Friday
Sep 26 2014
22:48 UTC

Astronomers Clue in to Why Binary Stars Are So Bountiful

Everyone needs some alone timeeven stars. Astronomers now think they have an explanation as to why so many stars are single or double stars. While most stars are born in clustered stellar nurseries, the great majority¬we see across the cosmos spend their lives as loners or double stars. ¬A new study published this week in…

Posted by Breaking Orbit

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