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Galaxies in Pegasus

(APoD) – This wide, sharp telescopic view reveals galaxies scattered beyond the stars and faint dust nebulae of the Milky Way at the northern boundary of the high-flying constellation Pegasus. …

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Astronomy

End Times Matrix News - Dragon Star

A great show featuring a great deal of discussion about the dragon star and comets.  The astronomically related signs in the heavens are looked at concerning Endtime prophecy. 47 more words

Christian

Scent of a Comet

“The Rosetta comet orbiter and soon lander has spent the last couple months sniffing the scent of the Churyumov-Gerasimenko comet, and has just reported the results: it stinks. 76 more words

Science

Hinode Captures Images of Partial Solar Eclipse

A partial solar eclipse was visible from much of North America before sundown on Thursday, Oct.23. A partial eclipse occurs when the moon blocks a portion of the Sun from view. 262 more words

Jonathan Offt

From Daily Californian: "Senate meets to support observatory, proposition, research campus"

The Daily Californian

October 24, 2014
Heyun Jeong

The ASUC Senate passed bills supporting the preservation of Lick Observatory, a state proposition and a new research campus on Wednesday evening. 553 more words

Basic Research

Solar Eclipse | Images | Not Mine

I was hopeful the sky would clear enough to the west to let me see the eclipse. It was not to be. Better luck next time. 146 more words

Astronomy

In Photos: Partial solar eclipse and giant sunspot wows observers

TORONTO – People who were lucky enough to have clear skies on Thursday afternoon were able to witness a somewhat rare event: a partial solar eclipse. 559 more words

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