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How do you search for extraterrestrial life when you don’t know what it will look like? Some conditions for life may be universal, but the telltale signs of life’s existence may not be that obvious.
The Huygens probe plunged into the atmosphere of Saturn’s moon Titan, showing Titan is a complex world with an intriguing landscape and possible flowing liquids.
Astronomers are scrambling to figure out galaxies that produce so few stars, and glow so dimly, they nearly disappear into the night sky. Amazingly, these oddballs could outnumber “normal” galaxies ten to one.
The Hubble Space Telescope’s million-second stare into space is our deepest look at the universe, but astronomers disagree over what it shows. Some argue it includes the earliest galaxies
Reports of the death of film for astrophotography are exaggerated, so don’t sell your single-lens reflex camera yet. Digital technology can help you create high-quality celestial images caught on film.
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This month in Astronomy
Is anyone out there?
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Infant stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud
Dusty debris at Vega
Big Bang sound waves made galaxies cluster
Have martian volcanoes erupted recently?
Black holes crowd the galactic center
The sky this month
April 2005: Complementing the Moon's packed schedule of events this month, several planets, comets, asteroids, and galaxies prepare to strut their stuff.
Meade’s Deep Sky Imager
Denkmeier’s 2" SCT diagonal
Agena’s solar filters
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