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  1. Black hole found a little off-center: displacement could provide clue to history of galaxy M87.(Atom & Cosmos): An article from: Science News by Ron Cowen, 2010-06-19
  2. STAR CODES.(Pasatiempo): An article from: The Santa Fe New Mexican (Santa Fe, NM) by Unavailable, 2010-03-19
  3. Carl Sagan's Universe
  4. Curious constant for black holes makes an unexpected appearance: physicists puzzled by Newtonian analog to relativity math.(Atom & Cosmos): An article from: Science News by Rachel Ehrenberg, 2009-03-28
  5. Odd couples: big black holes challenge star theory.(This Week): An article from: Science News by R. Cowen, 2007-10-27
  6. Pamela spots the dark stuff, maybe: orbiting observatory records excessive positron production.(Atom & Cosmos): An article from: Science News by Ron Cowen, 2008-09-27
  7. Aboriginal astronomer credited with comet find.(news): An article from: Windspeaker by Cheryl Petten, 2008-11-01
  8. Deep-space dancers.(black hole ): An article from: Science News for Kids by Stephen Ornes, 2009-03-18
  9. Events may leave you starry-eyed.(Science & Technology)(Astronomy: Two local groups plan to commemorate the five-planet alignment.): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  10. A new spin: X-rays shed light on black holes.: An article from: Science News by Ron Cowen, 2007-01-06
  11. Bill stokes hopes to reopen planetarium.(Science & Technology)(Astronomy: The Senate's budget bill includes $1 million for the Lane County facility, but ... from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  12. Anthropology & archaeology.(SCIENCE NEWS Of the year): An article from: Science News by Gale Reference Team, 2007-12-22
  13. Future aligned in the stars: a business venture of astronomical proportions.(News): An article from: Northern Ontario Business by Andrew Wareing, 2004-01-01
  14. Black hole bully: galaxy blasts its smaller neighbor.(This Week): An article from: Science News by S. Williams, 2007-12-22

81. UNL Physics And Astronomy-News And Events
news and Events. Observatory Public Nights during the spring semester of 2003January 10, February 7, March, 7, and April 4. astronomy Education Workshops

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82. UCLA Physics & Astronomy
Offers weekly events calendar, news, and announcements, and provides overview of academic programs, classes, and research efforts.
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83. Astronomy Articles, Forums, Listings, And Other Resources About Astronomy.
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84. Spaceflight Now
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Wednesday: April 2, 2003 0701 GMT Mystery object shed in orbit possibly a carrier panel
The radar signature of an object floating away from the shuttle Columbia on the second day of its mission matches up well with a wing leading edge carrier panel, members of the Columbia Accident Investigation Board revealed Tuesday. If Columbia began its ill-fated re-entry with a missing carrier panel, enough heat could have entered the left wing to trigger the catastrophic chain of events that led to the shuttle's destruction.

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NASA formally announces Expedition 7 station crew
Veteran Russian cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and veteran NASA astronaut Ed Lu have been named as the primary crew for the planned April 26 launch of a Russian Soyuz TMA-2 spacecraft to the International Space Station.

One of closest and brightest gamma ray bursts detected
The Universe clearly works weekends; delivering one of the brightest and closest gamma ray bursts yet on Saturday. NASA's High-Energy Transient Explorer (HETE) detected the burst, signaling the birth of a black hole, in the constellation Leo. FULL STORY Military spacecraft launched by Russian forces Russia successfully launched a military cargo into orbit today from its northern cosmodrome. The Molniya M booster carried a Molniya-type military communications satellite into a highly-inclined, egg-shaped orbit.

85. CU Department Of Astronomy : News Archive
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CU-led science team readies for NASA comet mission launch, July 1
June 27, 2002. "Up, up and away" is the song that Cornell researchers are hoping they will be singing in the early hours of a Florida pre-dawn when NASA's Comet Nucleus Tour (CONTOUR) mission lifts off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station aboard a three-stage Boeing Delta II expendable launch vehicle. The spacecraft will carry with it the hopes of Cornell astronomer Joseph Veverka and his international science team. For the complete story, the news article is located at the Cornell Chronicle web site.
NASA, CU set out on course for comets
June 13, 2002. An unmanned NASA spacecraft set for launch next month will fly closer to the nucleus of a comet than any spacecraft ever has, Cornell University scientists said Wednesday. For the complete story, the news article is located at the Ithaca Journal web site.

86. PSIgate - Astronomy Home Page
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87. PSIgate - Astronomy Home Page
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88. Welcome To Flandrau Science Center
news JUPITER STILL CLOSE TO EARTH! telescopes and giant binoculars will be set upby Flandrau Science Center and the Tucson Amateur astronomy Association on
Scientists Discover An Evaporating "Cometary"
Planet in Another Solar System

Wednesday, 12 March 2003 Lori Stiles (UA News)
Artist's illustration of the newly discovered, hot Jupiter-like planet with its comet-like tail of hydrogen. Image credit: European Space Agency, Alfred Vidal-Madjar (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris, CNRS, France) and NASA
The first-ever good look at the upper atmosphere of a planet outside our solar system has turned up what a University of Arizona scientist has dubbed a "cometary planet, " a hot Jupiter-like planet quickly evaporating as it revolves close to its sun-like, yellow star.
"This planet looks more like a comet than a planet in the ultraviolet," said Gilda Ballester, a research scientist at the UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory. The planet orbits only 4 million miles from its star. Because it is so close to its star, it is seared by the heat of the star, and the upper layers of its atmosphere are very hot and inflated. Atomic hydrogen, the lightest and most abundant element, extends the farthest, to about 3 times the size of the planet. Some of this hydrogen escapes the gravitational pull of the planet and forms an extensive, comet-like tail ? a hydrogen tail long enough to circle Earth five times.
Gilda Ballester "The hydrogen will just keep evaporating away during the lifetime of the star," Ballester said.

89. Physics_Footer
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90. Greek National Committee For Astronomy - News
news. General Interest. Letter of the President of GNCA to the directors of allthe astronomy sectors Institutes (November 2002), Minutes of GNCA meetings.
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Minutes of GNCA meetings The 25th IAU meeting (July 2003) Letter of GNCA's President to the Minister of YPAN News regarding the OPTICON Network Greek IAU Membership Hipparchos "Astronomy in Greece at the Gates of the 21st Century" report Invitation by Dr. Buckley to participate in the 10m SALT project Reports from Astronomy centers (in preparation) Meeting regarding selected ESA's programs Previous Newsletters
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91. Automatic Redirection To New Night Sky Observer Page
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92. Pasachoff/Astronomy | News & Web Links
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93. FYI - American Institute Of Physics Bulletin Of Science Policy News
Summarizes science policy developments in Washington, DC, affecting the physics and astronomy community. Summaries are approximately one page long and are issued two or more times every week. FYI subscriptions are free.
Search FYI Subscribe to FYI 2003 Archives 2002 Archives ... 1999 Archives FYI summarizes science policy developments in Washington affecting the physics and astronomy community. Summaries are approximately one page long and are issued two or more times every week. FYI subscriptions are free ; they are provided by AIP as a service to the science community. Latest FYIs: Final FY 2003 Appropriations: Science Education Programs Final FY 2003 NASA Appropriation Final FY 2003 National Science Foundation Appropriation Final FY 2003 DOE Office of Science Appropriation Any questions about science policy developments or pending legislation can be directed to

94. -- Something Amazing Every Day
Provides updated space news, discussion boards, extensive photo galleries, and items for sale.Category Science Technology Space news...... Complete Coverage of the Columbia Disaster Investigation. More newsHeadlines. Full Moon Fever Headquarters for eclipses, news and lunar lore!
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95. Astronomy Articles, Forums, Listings, And Other Resources About Astronomy.
Resources, searchable forums and searchable lists of organizations providing astronomy services.
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96. OLogy
Learn a lot about astronomy, paleontology, and the definitions of other ologies on this site by taking journeys through space and the Gobi Desert. Includes games and activities and is presented by the American Museum of Natural History.

97. 2003 PACS // Journal Of The American Physical Society
Hierarchical numbering scheme, developed by the American Institute of Physics, used to identify fields and subfields of physics.
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98. Amherst Astronomy Association, Amherst Astronomy Club, Astronomy Clubs Massachus
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100. Astronomiae Historia / History Of Astronomy
This is the official history of astronomy page on the web. It is an extensive resource to the field.
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About this image Welcome / About What's new (September 12, 2002) History of astronomy ... Wolfgang R. Dick . Created: 16 Jan 1995. Latest change of this welcome page: 26 June 2002

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