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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    Now that gravitational wave detections are becoming more common, what's next for LIGO? https://t.co/HHupNwkl5x https://t.co/kOUqOKQfDw

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    The first image of a supernova survivor. https://t.co/eAyNrFCPIC https://t.co/zlbI1v3lsV

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    Astronomers have just produced a 3-D map of 4,000 ancient galaxies. https://t.co/UgNujeeg7N https://t.co/5QXWcGW8k6

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    shares an interview with Jacqueline Hewitt, director of the Kavli Institute for Astrophysics and S… https://t.co/hnsPnV1S3P

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    In the sky tonight, Saturn rises before 1 a.m. and climbs some 25° high in the south by morning twilight.… https://t.co/hzkxReiKvF

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    Take a 360° virtual tour of six real exoplanets including Kepler-62e, an oceanic planet ravaged by monster waves, a… https://t.co/zvKqO8SuFM

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    Did you know that Astronomy magazine subscribers get online access to our interactive Star Atlas? We also offer a F… https://t.co/DdC0AuOkOj

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    “Scientists will be busy with this data for many years, and we are ready to be surprised by the avalanche of discov… https://t.co/oZ2BvfUqH6

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    The Z Machine gets $7 million in funding to recreate stars in the lab. “If we want to study a white dwarf whose sur… https://t.co/3M4G0Q71dh

  • 26 Apr

    Check out our current FREE product review: Celestron’s CGX telescope mount. No subscription needed to access this f… https://t.co/emw5AEABOR