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Patti Mayonnaise, March 1, 2016

Now in service for a proud 25 years, Hubble still continues to provide us with incredible photos of ...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 25, 2016

A galaxy has been discovered with a gas tail that is many light years long – 300,000 light years t...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 23, 2016

As they passed over the far side of the moon back in May of 1969, the Apollo 10 crew heard something...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 19, 2016

Though the latest photos of galaxy NGC 4889 portray a seemingly tranquil expanse, in reality, it is ...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 5, 2016

Cue the Aerosmith music and somebody call Bruce Willis because an asteroid is heading our way. Set t...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 4, 2016

Though we think of solar systems as complete, in outer space there are actually planets being formed...

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Patti Mayonnaise, February 1, 2016

  Using the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers were able to determine the first composition of...

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Patti Mayonnaise, January 26, 2016

  Since we have learned about the other planets that exist in our solar system, there has been ...

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Patti Mayonnaise, January 25, 2016

  Hearing the words ‘black hole’ often lead the brain to think of the unknown and danger. B...

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Patti Mayonnaise, January 22, 2016

  The 2005 dwarf planet discovery by Caltech astronomer Mike Brown ended in Pluto’s demotion ...

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