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Archive for March 19th, 2024

Save 10% off all Unistellar products: Ideal savings ahead of the solar eclipse

March 19th, 2024 by

Save on telescopes and solar filters ahead of the total solar eclipse on April 8 2024 as Unistellar is offering 10% off all products on its site.

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How to view solar eclipse 2024 with items from around the home

March 19th, 2024 by

As the total solar eclipse on April 8 approaches, we take a look at some alternative methods of viewing the eclipse.

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Condor Array Telescope confirms Chinese astrology records of ‘new star’ spotted in 77 BCE

March 19th, 2024 by

The first data from the Condor Telescope Array suggests a dwarf nova was the source of a new star seen in 77 BCE.

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Astrobotic readies next lunar lander following failed Peregrine moon mission

March 19th, 2024 by

Despite the failure of the first U.S. commercial lunar lander to ever operate in space, Astrobotic is pressing ahead with its next moon, set for 2024.

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What is emergent gravity, and will it rewrite physics?

March 19th, 2024 by

According to the theory of emergent gravity, as soon as you enter low-density regions outside the solar system, gravity behaves differently than we would expect from Einstein’s theory of general relativity.

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Vernal equinox 2024 brings spring to the Northern Hemisphere today

March 19th, 2024 by

On March 19, the vernal equinox will see spring come to the Northern Hemisphere as the sun reaches the spot where the ecliptic and celestial equator cross each other.

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Boeing begins fueling Starliner capsule ahead of 1st astronaut launch

March 19th, 2024 by

Boeing has started fueling up its Starliner capsule ahead of the vehicle’s first-ever astronaut launch, a test mission scheduled for early May.

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Euclid ‘dark universe’ telescope gets de-iced from a million miles away

March 19th, 2024 by

Euclid’s mission team is trying to de-ice the telescope‚Äôs mirrors after water ice begins impacting its vision.

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