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Dec 30  Earth's "adopted" satellites
In the autumn of 2006 a group of astronomers working on the Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona, discovered a very small asteroid, only a few >>>
 
   
Dec 28  Improbable traces of alien life on the Moon  The possibility of finding traces of alien life on our natural satellite is something that has long been the realm of the science fiction >>>  
   
Dec 23  "Christmas ball" falls from the sky  So what on Earth is the object we see in this photo? No-one knows. It's making the news because it appears to have fallen from space. It is a >>>  
   
Dec 21  The mission to Venus that never was  Every now and again news items in the field of astronomy and astronautics crop up that actually contain nothing new. This is the case of >>>  
   
Dec 19  Comet Lovejoy survives with a zig-zag  It was taken as a certainty that comet Lovejoy would be destroyed as it passed close to the Sun, but instead it survived its >>>  
   
Dec 16  Three probes to Europa in 2020?  The Jovian satellite Europa is looking like the prime target for probes that will explore the Solar System over the next decade. NASA is planning >>>  
   
Dec 14  Early supermassive black holes  According to the standard cosmological model, the supermassive black holes at the centre of most galaxies grow as their host >>>  
   
Dec 12  The gypsum left by Martian water  A new discovery by the Mars rover Opportunity, presented a few days ago by Steve Squyres (Cornell University, Ithaca) at the American >>>  
   
Dec 7  A new record for the biggest black hole  Until recently, the most massive black hole known was that at the centre of the giant elliptical galaxy M87, at the centre of the Virgo >>>  
   
Dec 5  A record-breaking Galactic star cluster  On the 20th December an article will be published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters describing the discovery of the most massive >>>  
   
Dec 2  The reddest galaxies in the Universe  A group of researchers from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA), led by Jiasheng Huang, have discovered 4 >>>  
   

 

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