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Like NPR "All Things Considered" with a focus on astronomy and space topics to include... literally any object or phenomenon above Earth's atmosphere. (PLEASE abstain from posting anything about astrology)

Like NPR "All Things Considered" with a focus on astronomy and space topics to include... literally any object or phenomenon above Earth's atmosphere. (PLEASE abstain from posting anything about astrology)

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Posted by Charlene
Amazing photo of a Protostar..and it accompanied by a protoplanetary disk..
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All Things Astronomy
1 week ago1w

Posted by Charlene
JWST was so worth the time and wait..
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All Things Astronomy
1 month ago1m

Posted by Charlene
Another amazing video..
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All Things Astronomy
1 month ago1m

Posted by Charlene
This is truly remarkable, the awe, wonder and beauty of the universe is dumbfounding.. The James Webb telescope has captured an image of the Pillars of Creation that could reshape thinking about star formation.
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All Things Astronomy
Sep 27Sep 27

Posted by Charlene
Watch DARTs moment of impact from a ground based telescope, amazing!
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All Things Astronomy
Sep 22Sep 22

Posted by Charlene
It ain't no boom..
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All Things Astronomy
Aug 28Aug 28

Posted by starwatcher-al
Solar minimum was in 2019 so the sun is ramping up in flares, spots and prominences. Here is one from 8-25. That thing is at least 75,000 miles above the sun's surface.!! Much larger than the earth!! Photo taken with a dedicated solar telescope. You...
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All Things Astronomy
Aug 26Aug 26

Posted by godfree2
Highly recommended youtuber, Anton Petrov
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All Things Astronomy
Jul 20Jul 20

Posted by Charlene
JWST has found the Oldest Galaxy yet!!
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Jul 4Jul 4

Posted by euG5555
Einstein explained gravity over one hundred years ago: He said it was warped space-time and told where to look for it, the bending of light in a gravitational field. He explained the bending of light was caused by space rising from the surface of the...
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Jun 9Jun 9

Posted by euG5555
Push Gravity Sir Issac Newton said that space moves through matter freely without friction. By moving through space, you experience momentum, change in momentum lags behind the change in velocity. The momentum of an object applies pressure on the ...
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Jun 9Jun 9

Posted by euG5555
Sir Issac Newton said that space moves through matter freely without friction. By moving through space, you experience momentum, change in momentum lags behind the change in velocity. The momentum of an object applies pressure on the object stopping ...
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All Things Astronomy
May 20May 20

Posted by starwatcher-al
There could possibly be a huge meteor storm on the night of May 30th at 10 pm Arizona time. Possible, maybe, could be, just might. Ya know how sky events are.
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All Things Astronomy
May 19May 19

Posted by starwatcher-al
I missed the early phases of the eclipse but the clouds mostly left during totality. All in all a great eclipse. Next one is Nov. 8-22
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All Things Astronomy
Mar 21Mar 21

Posted by NeverSure
neat theory, even if it's still easier to make them in a local oven ... Diamonds may stud Mercury’s crust Billions of years of impacts may have turned much of a graphite crust into precious gemstones
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All Things Astronomy
Jan 23Jan 23

Posted by Robecology
For those following the JWST...I found an excellent explanation - both written and diagram - of the LaGrange orbital destination points. In the 18th century, Italian French mathematician Joseph-Louis Lagrange determined that celestial bodies’ ...
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All Things Astronomy
Jan 12Jan 12

Posted by Charlene
This is an extraordinary find, using new techniques to find them..more to follow no doubt..
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All Things Astronomy
Jan 3Jan 3

Posted by AnonySchmoose
The post-launch set-up of the new James Webb telescope has gone very well.' "Engineering teams are in the middle of unpacking the observatory from its folded launch configuration to the layout needed for operations. This ...
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Jan 3Jan 3

Posted by Charlene
The Webb is 60% of the way to L2!!! ?
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All Things Astronomy
Dec 30, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by HumanistJohn
Images taken with Stellina (80 mm): M33 Triangulum Galaxy M1 Crab Nebula NGC281 Pacman Nebula in Cassiopeia NGC 6992 Veil Nebula in Cygnus
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Dec 20, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by euG5555
IEugene Bunt Studied Laser Technology at Schoolcraft CollegeUpdated Nov 22 What is the substance of spacetime? Einstein explained gravity over one hundred years ago: He said it was warped space-time and told where to look for it, the bending of light...
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All Things Astronomy
Dec 6, 2021Dec 2021

Posted by yvilletom
The Strangest Comet in the Solar System - Thunderbolts Ten min. Comet 29P is part of a group of comets called the Centaurs which orbit between Saturn and Jupiter. Besides being one of the largest known comets at 37 miles across, it’s ...
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All Things Astronomy
Nov 9, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Charlene
This is awesome..
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All Things Astronomy
Nov 7, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by FearlessFly
Star System With Right-Angled Planets Surprises Astronomers
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All Things Astronomy
Nov 5, 2021Nov 2021

Posted by Robecology
For the Astronomers and star gazers out there; There's a Weird Shape in The Middle of Andromeda, And Astronomers Finally Know Why!
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Posted by starwatcher-alSolar minimum was in 2019 so the sun is ramping up in flares, spots and prominences.

Posted by starwatcher-alI missed the early phases of the eclipse but the clouds mostly left during totality. All in all a great eclipse. Next one is Nov. 8-22

Posted by starwatcher-alI missed the early phases of the eclipse but the clouds mostly left during totality. All in all a great eclipse. Next one is Nov. 8-22

Posted by RobecologyFor those following the JWST.

Posted by AnonySchmoose The post-launch set-up of the new James Webb telescope has gone very well.

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken with Stellina (80 mm): M33 Triangulum Galaxy M1 Crab Nebula NGC281 Pacman Nebula in Cassiopeia NGC 6992 Veil Nebula in Cygnus

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken with Stellina (80 mm): M33 Triangulum Galaxy M1 Crab Nebula NGC281 Pacman Nebula in Cassiopeia NGC 6992 Veil Nebula in Cygnus

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken with Stellina (80 mm): M33 Triangulum Galaxy M1 Crab Nebula NGC281 Pacman Nebula in Cassiopeia NGC 6992 Veil Nebula in Cygnus

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken with Stellina (80 mm): M33 Triangulum Galaxy M1 Crab Nebula NGC281 Pacman Nebula in Cassiopeia NGC 6992 Veil Nebula in Cygnus

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken October 2nd 2021 with Stellina 1.

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken October 2nd 2021 with Stellina 1.

Posted by HumanistJohnImages taken October 2nd 2021 with Stellina 1.

Posted by starwatcher-al Did you know that you can see Venus in the daytime?

Posted by starwatcher-alOne of these days I think that I'll figure out this Nikon.

Posted by starwatcher-alOne of these days I think that I'll figure out this Nikon.

Posted by starwatcher-alOne of these days I think that I'll figure out this Nikon.

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