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  1. Astronomers were forced to abandon their work in the 1950s as London smogs grew so bad that they could no longer see the stars through their telescopes. As the railways expanded nearby ...

  2. British astronomy's historic home has installed new telescopes in its Grade II listed Altazimuth Pavilion, which has also undergone a restoration. The new facility is to be named after ...

  3. Top Five Weekend Events: April 20-22, 2018

    Lodi News-Sentinel10 hours ago

    April is Global Astronomy Month, and the Lodi Lake Nature Area Docents and the Stockton Astronomical Society are celebrating at Lodi Lake on Friday. The event begins at 7:30 p.m. Friday and ...

  4. The universe's missing matter has been found, and it's floating between the stars. Researchers who study the ancient history of the universe know how much ordinary matter — matter that makes ...

  5. Check out John Glenn Astronomy Park

    The Marietta Times4 hours ago

    Activities at the park include star and planet gazing through the park’s powerful telescopes. It adds up to a grand celebration of the work by Glenn, the first American to orbit Earth ...

  6. Thirty Meter Telescope attorney Ross Shinyama tells justices the project will result in little environmental impact to Mauna Kea, where there are already other telescopes.

  7. Early this year, NASA asked scientists how they would turn smallsats into tiny (but mighty) telescopes. “The Earth is bright; the sun is bright,” says Michael Garcia, the program officer ...

  8. US and World News

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    National and International News in partnership with NBCNews

  9. The astrophysicists found the flare using three X-ray telescopes on the edge of a remote galaxy.

  10. In the book, the Drake Equation is defined as the following: In the 1950s, the U.S. government created a “National Radio Quiet Zone” to protect radio telescopes from interference by electromagnetic ...

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