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Nova: Chasing Pluto PBS - 2015

NOVA explores the New Horizon mission by NASA to reach the edge of our solar system. This advanced spacecraft has sent back incredible imagery of Pluto, the planet we have always wondered about, but have never been able to see, until now. 11 more words

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50 Years of Exoplanet Science: The View From 2045

The Star Valley Astronomy Club had the exciting opportunity to attend a teleconference presentation on July 21st, 2015 entitled: 50 Years of Exoplanet Science: The View From 2045… 391 more words

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Pluto from New Horizon spacecraft flyby

Pluto was captured in this spectacular image captured by New Horizons.  Pluto appears to be a dwarf planet, with moons. Click the link below to see a spectacular image: 7 more words

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What's up for July, 2015

What exciting things are happening in the night sky? Check out the video below, from NASA’S Jet Propulsion Laboratory:

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The low bit-rate forced by the extreme distance of the New Horizons spacecraft from Earth means that live video isn’t feasible, but a new Mac and PC app from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory offers the next best thing. 112 more words

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NASA's Next Frontier: The Moons of Jupiter

Sarah Joanne Jakubowski, Contributing Journalist
Last Modified: 03:04 a.m. EST, 17 June 2015

WASHINGTON, (NASA PR) – In their newest search to see if we are truly alone in the universe, NASA has set its sights to Jupiter’s moon Europa. 325 more words

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What's Up for June 2015

What exciting things are happening in the night sky? Check out the video below, from NASA’S Jet Propulsion Laboratory:

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