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The UK’s first official astronaut is chosen; Zombie Comets from Interplanetary Space; Priceless samples of the Moon rediscovered after being misplaced over 40 years ago; and more… Date Title/Link Source […]Continue Reading »
A tantalising taste of Titanian topography; the Southern Hemisphere’s only dedicated professional comet-hunting telescope may be forced to shut down; and a Near Earth Asteroid provides opportunities for the press […]Continue Reading »
The Sun may have finally realised it’s late for this cycle’s maxima, speculation that Hydrogen and dark matter are skulking together in the void between galaxies, and an emergency spacewalk […]Continue Reading »
This is a short video of the ISS pass detailed here: http://www.heavens-above.com/passdetails.aspx?lat=53.41634&lng=-2.940475&loc=Liverpool&alt=10&tz=GMT&satid=25544&mjd=56340.7939304051&type=V It was taken using an iPhone 4S without any modification or additional equipment. No zoom (digital or otherwise) […]Continue Reading »