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SYFY WIRE (blog)

So long, rock from an alien solar system. I mean that literally: So. Long.
SYFY WIRE (blog)
At first thought to be a comet, then more likely an asteroid, it was moving so rapidly that after enough observations astronomers confirmed the Sun's gravity couldn't hold on to it: It was headed out into interstellar space. But that works backwards ...
The First-Ever Interstellar Asteroid Is the Start of a New Era in AstronomyFuturism
The First Interstellar Asteroid Is Like Nothing Astronomers Have Ever SeenPopular Mechanics
Astronomers unveil secrets of interstellar visitorCBC.ca
SkyandTelescope.com -Space.com -The Atlantic
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Sci-News.com

Astronomers Find Very Old Stars in Solar Neighborhood
Sci-News.com
Dr. Wei-Chun Jao, lead author of the study and a researcher in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Georgia State University, and colleagues focused on very old stars called cool subdwarfs, which are much older and cooler in temperature than the ...

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Astronomy Magazine

Battered but not broken: Arecibo Observatory receives renewed funding
Astronomy Magazine
Though the NSF is committed to decreasing the amount of money it spends on aging astronomical research facilities, it still plans to reinvest these funds into future projects, such as the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope that is currently being ...


Astronomy Now Online

NASA confirms contribution to Japanese-led Mars mission
Astronomy Now Online
Two astronomy missions, named LiteBIRD and SPICA, could follow later in the decade. JAXA's strategic missions are expected to cost approximately $300 million, not including international contributions. The planned Phobos sample return mission aims to ...
NASA Joins Japanese Mission to Martian MoonsSky & Telescope

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