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November 30, 2017
HOW TO PHOTOGRAPH STARS IN 7 STEPS
A lot of us live astronomy and most importantly, love to look up at the sky and feel immersed in Read more.
Northeast Astronomy Forum (NEAF) Trade show highlights
NEAF is one of the  World’s largest Astronomy and Space Trades show in United States. Every year, the astronomical imaging Read more.
NASA Discovery Reveals Largest Group of Earth-Size Planets In Habitable Zone
A team of astronomers using NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope, an orbiting platform that observes the universe exclusively in the InfraRed Read more.
NASA Study Finds Planets of Red Dwarf Stars May Face Oxygen Loss
The search for life beyond Earth starts in habitable zones, the regions around stars where conditions could potentially allow liquid Read more.
2016 Autumnal Equinox
At 14:21 UTC (10:21 EDT) yesterday, the Autumnal Equinox occured, the Astronomical beginning of Autumn. This is the second time Read more.
How Astronomy Benefits Human Kind
  Throughout all our history people have been gazing at the night sky wondering what’s there, what secrets it hides. Read more.
Did You Know That The Blue Sky Is Really “Black”
The sky is actually black, but have you ever wondered why it is blue? A lot of other smart people Read more.
September Harvest Moon and Other Special Celestial Highlights
Two notable events occur this month, the Harvest (Full) Moon tomorrow, Friday, 16 September and the Autumnal Equinox on Thursday, Read more.
The Mystery of Philae, Missing for Two Years, Solved!
Remember the European Space Agency’s Rosetta Mission to Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and the intrepid little lander, Philae that went missing, was Read more.
Limitless!
In what could only be described as a visual metaphor of a bright, hopeful, limitless future, this image, iconic as Read more.

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