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    1. Today's phones are so thin that the camera lens often can't help but bulge out a little bit. Researchers at Caltech might have the solution, though. Potentially, that could mean thinner, flatter ...

    2. With current telescopes, scientists can observe our Universe's galaxies and galaxy clusters and their distribution along an invisible cosmic web. From the exact measurement of the cosmic ...

    3. Water vapor actually obscures these longer wavelengths within the Earth's atmosphere, so future work on active galactic nuclei should be mostly conducted through SOFIA or other telescopes ...

    4. They both posed no threat, but each buzz of a recently discovered asteroid makes it harder not to think about all the other nearby objects our telescopes don't catch. You may remember ...

    5. Public invited to view space objects

      Victorville Daily Press3 days ago

      The Lewis Center is inviting the public to view astronomical objects in space through its large telescopes from 8:30 to 11 p.m. tonight inside the Lewis Center Observatory, 20702 Thunderbird ...

    6. Do not approach any wildlife; instead, use binoculars, telescopes, or telephoto lenses to get a closer look. Visitors should report any bear sightings or signs of bear activity to the ...

    7. Ariane 6 will launch everything from constellations of small telecommunications satellites to giant, next-generation space telescopes. To achieve this, it will come in a couple of flavours ...

    8. NASA has unveiled the complete set of data from the first four years of the agency's Kepler Space Telescope mission, which stared at a single patch of the sky in the search for alien planets ...

    9. In 2009, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory built a space telescope with the mission to find planets outside of our own solar system. Since its launch, the Kepler Space Telescope has discovered ...

    10. A new observatory to be built and sent into deep-space to search out habitable planets has been approved by the European Space Agency.

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