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    1. Looking for Canals II
      Fri Aug 4 00:00:00 2017
      William Pickering was supposed to be studying the stars. By the summer of 1892, hed set up an observatory in the Andes Mountains of Peru to photograph southern skies for Harvard College Observatory. Instead of the stars, though, Pickering was mesm[...]
    2. Sigma Scorpii
      Sun Jul 30 00:00:00 2017
      The celestial scorpion curves above the southern horizon as night falls on summer evenings, with the bright orange star Antares as its bright heart. Antares is one of the most impressive stars in the galaxy a supergiant thats destined to explo[...]
    3. NASA Awards Safety, Mission Assurance Services II Contract
      Fri Jul 28 15:30:00 2017
      NASA has awarded a contract to Millennium Engineering and Integration Company of Arlington, Virginia, for Safety and Mission Assurance Services SMAS II for NASAs Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.[...]
    4. The Dolphin II
      Sun Jul 16 00:00:00 2017
      Most constellations bear little resemblance to their namesakes. You need a great imagination to see a king in the stars of Cepheus, for example, or a sea goat in Capricornus. One constellation that does resemble its namesake is the dolphin, Del[...]
    5. Delphinus II
      Sun Jul 16 00:00:00 2017
      A pretty binary climbs across the southern sky tonight. Gamma Delphini is at the snout of Delphinus, the dolphin, which is in the east as night falls. Under dark skies, Gamma Delphini looks like a single point of light, but a telescope reveals two [...]
    6. WeDontPlanetEpisode 11: Type II Supernovae
      Fri Jul 7 06:00:00 2017
      Stars at least eight times more massive than the sun end their lives in incredibly bright explosions called Type II supernovae. Learn all about them in the 11th episode of the astrophysics-video series "We Dont Planet." [...]
    7. Symbiotic R Aquarii
      Thu Jun 29 03:12:03 2017
      A long recognized naked-eye variable star, R Aquarii is actually an interacting binary star system, two stars that seem to have a close, symbiotic relationship. About 710 light years away, it consists of a cool red giant star and hot, dense white dwa[...]
    8. Saturn at Opposition III
      Wed Jun 14 00:00:00 2017
      The surface of the largest moon of Saturn looks a lot like Earth, with mountains, riverbeds, lakes, and dunes. But while the dunes on Titan look like those on Earth, theyre really quite different. Their particles of sand may form in a different [...]
    9. Saturn at Opposition II
      Tue Jun 13 00:00:00 2017
      Lightning can make an AM radio station crackle. It can also produce radio static on other planets. In fact, the Cassini spacecraft recorded this crackling from storms on Saturn, the second largest planet in the solar system. Lightning on Saturn[...]
    10. First Flight of Indias GSLV MkIII Successfully launches GSAT-19 Satellite
      Mon Jun 5 17:14:13 2017
      The first developmental flight GSLV MkIII-D1 of Indias heavy lift launch vehicle GSLV Mk-III was successfully conducted today June 05, 2017 evening from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota with the launch of GSAT-19 satellite. This was t[...]

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