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NASA's Hubble observes "tiny" galaxies bursting with stars | TG Daily

NASA's Hubble observes "tiny" galaxies bursting with stars | TG Daily | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has identified 18 "tiny" galaxies which existed 9 billion years ago and are brimming with star birth. The galaxies - located in a field known as the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey ...
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Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Money-saving missile detection sensor powered on | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space

Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Money-saving missile detection sensor powered on | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Money-saving missile detection sensor powered on (Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Money-saving missile detection sensor powered on | @scoopit http://t.co/wzOLFGaJ...)...
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Space, NASA Information & News | Outer Space Flight Videos & Pictures | Astronomy, Solar System Images | Space.com

Space, NASA Information & News | Outer Space Flight Videos & Pictures | Astronomy, Solar System Images | Space.com | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Get the latest outer space and science news, NASA information, watch space flight videos at Space.com. View exclusive solar system Images, latest astronomy news and more.
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New signs point to a billion planets in our own galaxy where extra ...

New signs point to a billion planets in our own galaxy where extra ... | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
A new study concludes that 1.2 per cent of stars in our galaxy could have a planet that could support life - more than a billion worlds - and that the 'core' of our galaxy might be richest in these planets.
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“Fried Egg” Nebula Shows Rare Phase in Star Evolution - National Geographic

“Fried Egg” Nebula Shows Rare Phase in Star Evolution - National Geographic | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Voice of America (blog)“Fried Egg” Nebula Shows Rare Phase in Star EvolutionNational GeographicLike children finding shapes in the clouds, astronomers seem to have quite a bit of fun nicknaming the fabulous nebulae they find scattered across the...
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Planet Mercury Full of Strange Surprises, NASA Spacecraft Reveals - Fox News

Planet Mercury Full of Strange Surprises, NASA Spacecraft Reveals - Fox News | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Fox NewsPlanet Mercury Full of Strange Surprises, NASA Spacecraft RevealsFox NewsNASA's Mercury Messenger probe captured this historic image of Mercury, the first ever obtained from a spacecraft in orbit about the solar system's innermost planet.
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Alien City Lights Could Signal E.T. Planets | Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence & Civilizations | Artificial Lights on Alien Planets | Space.com

Alien City Lights Could Signal E.T. Planets | Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence & Civilizations | Artificial Lights on Alien Planets | Space.com | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Alien civilizations could be detected by the city lights that illuminate the dark nights on distant worlds, suggest researchers working on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
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A Newly Discovered Planet, in its Explosive Infancy | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space

A Newly Discovered Planet, in its Explosive Infancy | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Astronomical artist Ron Miller creates scientifically accurate images of faraway worlds.
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Mercury not like other planets MESSENGER finds | Mercury Today - Your Daily Source of Mercury News

Mercury not like other planets MESSENGER finds | Mercury Today - Your Daily Source of Mercury News | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
Mercury not like other planets MESSENGER finds | Mercury Today ...: Its surface material composition differs in ...
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What Created Earth's Oceans? Comet Offers New Clue

What Created Earth's Oceans? Comet Offers New Clue | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
The group of comets that delivered water to early Earth likely came from Pluto's home, the Kuiper belt, a new study says. (RT @NatGeo: What created Earth's oceans?
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Earthlike Planets May Be Less Common than We Think - TIME

Earthlike Planets May Be Less Common than We Think - TIME | Space and Astronomy | Scoop.it
PhysOrg.comEarthlike Planets May Be Less Common than We ThinkTIME29, 2011 Unless searchers who scan the cosmic airwaves pick up signals from extraterrestrials, the discovery for life on other planets will take a while, and it will take a series of...
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