The Starmus Festival — a mashup between science an

The Starmus Festival — a mashup between science and the arts — has just announced its fifth iteration will be held… https://t.co/E3xPVcOQpx

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    Totality is coming! Join us for the 2019 total solar eclipse in Chile on a trip that includes La Serena, Machu Picc… https://t.co/yYqgaGUSX5

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    A NASA spacecraft will soon rendezvous with the 1,600-foot-long asteroid Bennu (which the agency classifies as "pot… https://t.co/QzAeAaDevU

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    Yale researchers have developed flexible, multifunctional robots that can turn all kinds of inanimate objects into… https://t.co/QR2830ZwRb

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    Venus is as bright as it gets tonight. Look for our sister world low in the southwest shortly after sunset.… https://t.co/oMt51fsSDE

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    The Cooperative of Photography (COOPH) followed astrophotographer Michi Rust as he captured the longest lunar eclip… https://t.co/sSTkhbVjjs

  • 22 Sep

    What should you look for in the sky this week? Astronomy has you covered! https://t.co/JmMaTDr27t

  • 22 Sep

    Astronomy Picture of the Day: 5000 star hotel, captured by Amirreza Kamkar from Tehran, Iran.… https://t.co/C4cDEz1ITF

  • 22 Sep

    ICESat-2 will measure the height of Earth’s ice, seas, land and trees for the next three-to-seven years, helping to… https://t.co/M1yyprwM6w

  • 21 Sep

    Earth's satellite is a familiar sight in the sky, but do you know how it formed? Buckle up for an important history… https://t.co/lixJpWkhdN

  • 21 Sep

    TESS finds planets by watching the dip in light as a planet passes in front of its parent star. In its first six we… https://t.co/F3jV5gSzuL