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While the Jupiter-Saturn-Venus line keeps shrinking, all kinds of deep-sky sights, naked-eye to telescopic, show themselves on these moonless evenings.
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The first-ever planetary defense mission is now on its way to the asteroid Didymos and its moon, Dimorphos.
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The Solar Orbiter mission will fly past Earth Friday night, setting up a dramatic sunward plunge.
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Astronomers have observed an object like ‘Oumuamua — but unlike the first known interstellar visitor, this one is in the solar system.
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Orion now rises in the east around 8 p.m. Will Betelgeuse or Rigel be the first of his bright stars to come up? That depends on your latitude; Los Angeles and Atlanta are balance points. The Pleiades and Aldebaran watch this scene from high above.
Astronomers might have spotted a stellar-mass black hole in another galaxy — but not everyone agrees with what they found.
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A Russian missile struck a defunct satellite early Monday morning, forcing International Space Station crew to shelter in place.
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