Tag Archives: Astronomy

Rosetta

A long way to go to see an icy lump Continue reading

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An orbital track

Brighter than a comet, faster than a star . . . Continue reading

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Asteroid 21012 DA14

Fingers crossed . . . Continue reading

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Keep calm and carry on

Don’t panic! Continue reading

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Getting stuck in

Ouch! Continue reading

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April showers

Last September, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft observed liquid falling on the equatorial deserts of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan – this was equivalent to early April in Titan’s year. (The cloud formation from which it’s falling is the bright arrow-shaped area on … Continue reading

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Twinkle, twinkle, little sar

Not just like a diamond… Continue reading

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