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Sunday, May 26, 2019
By Emma Cox,

Vega is 25 light-years away from the Earth, visible in the summer sky of the Northern Hemisphere. It is the brightest star of the constellation Lyra, the fifth brightest star in the night sky and the second brightest star in the northern celestial hemisphere.

Over a 26,000-year cycle, the North gradually shifts to different stars, due to the wobbling of the Earth's axis. Vega was the North Star several thousand years ago, and will replace Polaris to be the North Star again in about 12,000 years. While brightness has been the popular point of Vega, its region...
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Has the search for alien life been renewed? It appears so, according to the latest telescope facility proposals across the world.

The last week of September saw a group of scientists introduce...

The last week of September saw a group of scientists introduce their proposal to set up a large telescope in space to the world. The new telescope, Space.com reported, is said to be more powerful than...

The Hubble Space Telescope recently debuted new, detailed images of the Veil Nebula. The remains of the massive supernova, located in the constellation Cygnus which is 2,100 light-years away, was a...

NASA’s Kepler mission was able to find an exoplanet late last month. Now, astronomy has reached new heights, as a ground-based telescope was able to detect and find an exoplanet six months later.

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I understand that crossing certain boundaries opens our human experience to new possibilities. However, boundary crossings have both costs and rewards. I see the value in, perhaps, rescuing an astronaut...

Starting in 2013, they will help detect pollutants, manage catastrophes and mitigate the effects of climate change. We will give you a preview of how the orbiting monitoring network, based in Frascati,...

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In view of the amazing number of new planets that have been discovered recently, including a ‘Super-Earth’, I have been pondering the validity of the famous Drake equation that suggests the possibility...

On September 30th, the House Approved NASA's $19 Billion budget for FY2011. As long as President Obama signs the Bill, the budget is set. This means the death of the Constellation Program. What's that...

I was transported to the imagination of my youth the moment I saw the computer simulated view that the Cupula in the new Tranquility module will present to the astronauts aboard the international space...

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