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Archive for September, 2022

Advanced AI discovers a treasure trove of gravitational lenses

September 30th, 2022 by

A machine-learning algorithm has helped astronomers discover thousands of gravitational lenses predicted by Einstein.

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World Space Week centers space sustainability for this year’s events

September 30th, 2022 by

In the 65 years since humanity’s first satellite, the number of those in orbit is causing issues for astronomy and space security.

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Earth From Another Sun space MMO is an amazing homage to Starfield and Halo

September 30th, 2022 by

Earth From Another Sun offers a Starfield- and Halo-inspired approach to a space-based, first-person shooter.

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Celestron Astro Fi 102 telescope review

September 30th, 2022 by

Its reasonable price, motorized functionality and SkyPortal app make this a good telescope for beginners.

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Why are sunspots black?

September 30th, 2022 by

Why are sunspots black? According to astronomers, it may be a big, cosmic optical illusion.

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Behold! Our closest view of Jupiter’s ocean moon Europa in 22 years

September 30th, 2022 by

NASA’s Juno spacecraft skimmed close above the surface of icy Europa Thursday (Sept. 29), capturing a view of the crust that is just the start of our new study of this ocean world.

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