Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Today's Astronomy News Update For 10/13/09

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Hot Debate Rages Over Water on Saturn's Icy Moon

Now Watch This: Saturn Aurora Movie 

Asteroid isn't just a dry heap of rubble  Two teams have found evidence of water ice on the asteroid 24 Themis – the find suggests asteroids could have delivered some water to the early Earth

Astronomers Detect Sodium Gas Ejected by Lunar Impact

Orbiter beams images of lunar crashes

Banded rocks reveal early Earth conditions, changes

Building a second sun: Take $10 billion, add coconuts

Exploring the Cosmos A team of astronomers at the National Solar Observatory in Tucson, Ariz., have made an extraordinary announcement: Sunspots, which have been strangely rare for the past two years, may not be coming back anytime soon. 

Young Star Clusters Since it seems likely that our sun also formed in a cluster of stars, astronomers studying the birth of stars have been looking with interest at young ...

Spatial Sensings: Crab Collision Coming Spiral Galaxies

A smashing view from Hubble

Hubble's Amazing Rescue on NOVA (Video)

The Martian lives of Spirit and Opportunity

Scientists work to free Mars rover Spirit

Mel's Arecibo Adventure A behind-the-scenes tour of the world's largest single-dish radio telescope.


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