Newsletter #7

Let’s be Astro!   1. Our Cassini spacecraft sees a clump in Saturn’s F ring, which is constantly changing structure.  Learn more: http://go.nasa.gov/1WbeDL2   2. Final kiss of two stars heading for catastrophe Using ESO’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), an international team of astronomers has found the hottest and most massive double star with components Read more about Newsletter #7[…]

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Newsletter #6

Let’s be astro! 1. Wet paleoclimate of Mars revealed by ancient lakes at Gale Crater Curiosity has been exploring Gale Crater, which is estimated to be between 3.8 billion and 3.6 billion years old, since August 2012. This mismatch between predictions of Mars’ ancient climate that arise from models developed by paleoclimatologists and indications of Read more about Newsletter #6[…]

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Newsletter #3

Let’s be Astro!!!   1. NASA telescopes find galaxy cluster with vibrant heart Astronomers have discovered a rare beast of a galaxy cluster about 9.8 billion light-years away whose heart is bursting with new stars. The unexpected find, made with the help of NASA’s Spitzer and Hubble space telescopes, suggests that behemoth galaxies at the Read more about Newsletter #3[…]

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