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Astronomers Observe Star Being 'Spaghettified' by a Supermassive Black Hole
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A star 215 million light-years away has been obliterated by a supermassive black hole, making it the closest observation to date of stellar spaghettification.

Scientists reveal first-ever photo of a solar system like ours - CBS News
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The incredibly rare family portrait highlights two baby exoplanets orbiting a very young, sun-like star.

How to See Comet Neowise Before It’s Gone | WIRED
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The comet will make its closest approach to Earth on Thursday before it fades into black. Here's how you can catch a glimpse.

How To See Comet NEOWISE, Earth’s Most Spectacular Comet Since 2007
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For northern hemisphere skywatchers, it might just be the century's best comet so far.

Newly identified Comet NEOWISE is a visible glow in the night sky | WWMT
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Skywatchers were getting quite the treat in the July morning sky. A recently discovered comet has provided dazzling views for those with optimal pre-dawn conditions. NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) mission discovered the icy visitor to our solar system in late March. So, it's been named Comet NEOWISE. The space telescope spotted the comet using its two infrared channels, which are sensitive to the heat signatures given off by the object.

Astronomers Have a Plan to Detect a Possible Black Hole in Our Solar System
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You may have heard about Planet Nine—a hypothetical planet thought to exist in the outer reaches of the solar system. One possibility is that it’s not a planet at all but a tiny black hole. New research outlines a potential strategy for detecting this supposed black hole, in a search that could begin as early as next year.

Bad Astronomy | Hubble images of NGC 6302 and 7027, two dying stars
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Hubble took spectacular images of two dying stars creating the planetary nebulae NGC 6302 and 7027.

There Are At Least 36 Intelligent Alien Civilizations In Our Galaxy, Say Scientists
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A new cosmic evolution-based calculation that say that there are likely to be more than 36 ongoing intelligent civilizations throughout our Milky Way galaxy.

Saturn and Jupiter Are Forming a Triangle With the Moon Monday Night
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For those looking for a sky-gazing activity on a warm summer night, Saturn and Jupiter will near the moon late Monday to form a triangle in the night sky. The event should start to take shape shortly before midnight and continue through until dawn. The easiest way to make sure you see all three [...]

Exceptionally Rare 'Cosmic Ring of Fire' Galaxy Spotted 11 Billion Light-Years Away | Technology News
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An extremely rare “cosmic ring of fire” has been discovered by astronomers located 10.8 billion light-years away from the Earth. It is actually a gigantic galaxy that has the shape of a ring in which stars are forming at a very rapid pace, thus truly making it a ring of fire.

Has NASA Found A Parallel Universe ‘Where Time Flows Backwards?’ The Truth Behind The Headlines
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The web is ablaze with stories about NASA scientists discovering evidence of a parallel universe. Here's what's really going on.

NASA Names The Next Space Telescope After The Brilliant 'Mother of Hubble'
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NASA just named a powerful new space telescope for the woman who masterminded the existence of such observatories in the first place.

Stunning new photos capture Jupiter's storms and the planet's orange glow | KOMO
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WASHINGTON (SBG) -- New photos are offering a stunning new look at Jupiter. New images reveal the heart of Jupiter's storms and the planet's jack-o-lantern glow. (Photo: International Gemini Observatory, NOIRLab, NSF, AURA M. H. Wong (UC Berkeley) via CNN Newsource) Courtesy of the Juno spacecraft, the Hubble Space Telescope and Hawaii's Gemini North telescope, those here on earth can see the jack-o'-lantern glow of the largest planet in our solar system.

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Takes Photo of 'Cosmic Reef' Nebulae to Celebrate 30th Anniversary in Space
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On April 24, 1990, the space shuttle Discovery lifted off from Florida's Kennedy Space Center, with a very special item on board: the Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched into Earth's orbit... Science News Summaries. | Newser

A star dancing around the supermassive black hole in the heart of the Milky Way confirms Einstein was right, again - CBS News
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After studying the star for nearly 30 years, astronomers have once again proven Albert Einstein's theory of relativity.

April pink full moon: readers' photos of the supermoon | Science | The Guardian
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We asked you to share your shots of April’s lunar spectacular. Here’s a selection of our favourites

Earth-Spanning Telescope Takes Unprecedented Image of Black Hole Spewing Radiation
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A worldwide network of telescopes has produced an image of a jet of radio waves appearing to blast out from the center of a supermassive black hole at over 15 times the speed of light.

Starwatch: the moon at its closest and brightest | Science | The Guardian
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On Wednesday we can see the brightest of this spring’s three supermoons.

Biggest, brightest supermoon of 2020 rises this week, when to see it
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Is there a better way to practice social distancing than heading to your back yard and looking up? Fresh on the heels of March’s supermoon, April’s supermoon will appear slightly bigger and brighter. April’s full moon is also a supermoon meaning the moon is full while also in perigee, or closest approach to Earth. The moon will be even closer to earth this time around when compared to the supermoon in March. A moon is considered super when it’s within 90 percent of perigee, which is how there can be multiple supermoons in a year.

In Exactly A Year Our Knowledge Of The Cosmos Will Change Forever. This Is The $10 Billion Reason
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NASA’s ‘Webb’ telescope will takeover from Hubble when it launches on March 30, 2021. Expect the unexpected.

5 Space And Astronomy Activities You Can Do From The Safety of Your Home Right Now
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We're in uncharted territory as the world faces the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. While the medical community is on the front lines of dealing with this, as well as others who provide critical services in our communities, the best thing many of

Astronomers discover scorching hot planet where it rains liquid iron - CBS News
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On one particularly hot planet, hundreds of light-years away from Earth, the forecast is cloudy with a chance of liquid iron rain.

Megaplanet Has a Bizarre Weather Forecast
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At one hot, faraway world, it's always cloudy with a chance of iron rain. That's the otherworldly forecast from Swiss and other European astronomers who have detected clouds full of iron droplets... Science News Summaries. | Newser

Elon Musk Dismisses Astronomy Concerns Over Starlink Network | Technology News
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Elon Musk on Monday dismissed scientists' concerns that his company's Starlink constellation of internet satellites would obscure the view of the night sky, predicting the network "will not cause any impact whatsoever in astronomical discoveries."

New Research Claims Our Understanding of Universe Could Be Wrong | Technology News
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A recent study has found out that our fundamental measurement of the whole universe could have been wrong all this while. It says that whatever we knew about the chemical measurement of stars could be wrong.

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