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Over a series of four to five spacewalks, astronauts will be repairing an instrument that has changed the way we see the universe.
The satellites might provide internet to the world one day, but they’re a subject of controversy in the world of astronomy.
In the past 122 years, Yerkes has hosted three Nobel laureates, the world’s largest refracting telescope, and more than 170,000 photographic plates that led to countless discoveries.
The aerospace companies are readying for crewed missions to the International Space Station.
A new database from the American Association of Variable Star Observers enables astronomers (amateur and professional alike) to store data from any variable object in the sky.
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Circle the date November 21st on your calendar, when a brief but potentially spectacular meteor storm might light up the night.
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A second set of 60 Starlink satellites take to space, amid promise and controversy.
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On Monday, November 11th, Mercury will pass directly in front of the Sun and look a tiny black dot silhouetted against the brilliant solar disk. The event, called a transit, occurs approximately 13 times a century.
Follow-up observations of an amateur-discovered exoplanet show that the planet orbits its star at the snow line, where ice giants may form.
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