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Heartbreaking News. After 57 years as a world-class resource for astronomy, the iconic Arecibo telescope is to be decommissioned. The dish-type radio telescope – built into a natural depression in the landscape in Puerto Rico – appears to be headed for a “controlled disassembly” EarthSky.org
2 years ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/space from earthsky.org
Asteroid or space junk? Approaching object might become Earth’s mini-moon | EarthSky.org - ready to meet your 2020 SO?
2 years ago by bobbobbybob to /s/whatever from earthsky.org
New View of Milky Way’s Center, showing a region more than 600 light-years across, revealing unprecedented details
3 years ago by EndlessSunflowers to /s/space from earthsky.org
Use Orion’s Belt To Find Other Stars - Orion’s Belt points in one direction to Aldebaran and in the other direction to Sirius
This week – March 12, 2019 – an international group of astronomers is celebrating humanity’s discovery of the 4,001st exoplanet, or planet orbiting a distant star. "Today is a celebration day as we are now over 4,000 planets validated in our database, and this number will grow very quickly"
How did humans first reach America? | EarthSky.org
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/YoungerDryas from earthsky.org
The moon is 1/400th the size of the sun but also 1/400th the distance from Earth which results in the moon and the sun being the same size in the sky, a coincidence not shared by any other known planet-moon combination.
4 years ago by Orangutan to /s/whatever from earthsky.org
All you need to know: Geminid meteor shower in 2018
4 years ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/space from earthsky.org
Perseid meteor shower: All you need to know
4 years ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/science from earthsky.org
Friday the 13th supermoon solar eclipse
4 years ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/whoadude from earthsky.org
Lightning sprites over Oklahoma
4 years ago by i_cansmellthat to /s/pics from earthsky.org
Scientists discover a new type of magnetic event