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Enceladus and Mimas reach greatest eastern elongation tonight and show up under good viewing conditions.
A sample of 600 stars near the Sun show that they were born all across the galactic disk, suggesting vast stellar migration within our galaxy.
TESS finds its first exoplanet — a super-Earth around bright nearby star Pi Mensae — and astronomers watched an asteroid hide a galaxy to get the details on the asteroid's size, shape, and orbit.
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An unexpected pattern in the Milky Way's disk of stars points to a recent whack from another galaxy.
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After a 10-day lockdown to cooperate with a criminal investigation, Sunspot Solar Observatory is back to looking at the Sun.
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Thirty years ago, Gene Roddenberry, of Star Trek fame, and three astronomers made the case that the orange-hued star 40 Eridani A ought to host Vulcan, Mr. Spock's home. Now, a robotic survey has discovered a planet around that very star.
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Starbirth and stardeath light up a nearby galaxy while faraway galaxies twist and bend in these new images from NASA's Hubble and Chandra space observatories.
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Last weekend the 10th edition of what has become a major stargazing event drew thousands of visitors to Mount Desert Island in Maine.
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A new finding suggests that LIGO’s neutron-star merger was a typical gamma-ray burst after all.
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