+ Interstellar asteroid 'Oumuamua came from binary star system
+ James Webb will now launch in 2020 + CHIME begins its cosmic search
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Interstellar asteroid 'Oumuamua came from binary star system
Interstellar asteroid 'Oumuamua came from binary star system
The first known cosmic tourist was likely ejected from a system with two parent stars.
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CHIME begins its cosmic search
CHIME begins its cosmic search
This radically different telescope is opening the door to new types of radio astronomy.
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The demise of (the) Humanity (Star)
The demise of (the) Humanity (Star)
A satellite meant to inspire the world to enjoy the night sky has flashed out of existence earlier than expected.
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Alan Bean: The artist who walked on the Moon
Alan Bean: The artist who walked on the Moon
A NASA astronaut with a passion for art, Bean now brings our satellite down to Earth through his paintings.
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James Webb will now launch in 2020
James Webb will now launch in 2020
The infrared space telescope that will revolutionize astronomy needs additional time for testing and integration to ensure success.
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National Geographic's One Strange Rock will change your view of Earth forever
This new 10‑part docuseries presents Earth as a fascinating, vibrant, and living place where conditions have all converged in just the right ways to produce everything from microbes to human beings.
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Planet 9 From Outer Space
In 2016 astronomers calculated the existence of a massive planet far out in the solar system. But no one has yet seen it. Is it really there?
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Downsizing the Andromeda Galaxy
Astronomers used to believe that the Andromeda Galaxy, our nearest galactic neighbor, was three times the size of the Milky Way. Not anymore.
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Episode 4: Mark Boslough
5 Questions with David J Eicher
Episode 4: Mark Boslough
Mark Boslough is a physicist at Sandia National Laboratories who focuses his work on asteroids and nuclear physics. Astronomy editor‑in‑chief David J Eicher chatted with him about the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs and more.
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Episode 8: Alfred McEwen
5 Questions with David J Eicher
Episode 8: Alfred McEwen
The great planetary scientist Alfred McEwen describes his work on the HiRISE Mars camera and his involvement in many other planetary missions over the last several decades.
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The great Andromeda Galaxy
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The great Andromeda Galaxy
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In the midst of the Heart Nebula
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In the midst of the Heart Nebula
Fred Herrmann from Huntsville, Alabama
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NGC 6871 and a few Barnard objects in Cygnus
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NGC 6871 and a few Barnard objects in Cygnus
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