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On the hunt for magnetars
Ten years ago, astronomers thought the idea of ultra-magnetized stars was crazy. Now, they know magnetars unleash mammoth bursts of energy.
Does life really need water?
NASA’s quest for life says, “Follow the water.” But is that nature’s only choice?
NASA targets distant worlds
New missions to the giant planets — and their moons — top planetary scientists’ wish lists.
Astronomers see incredible detail using a technique called interferometry.
Observe fall's top galaxies
Not all galaxies fall under the category of "faint fuzzies." This list will rock your universe.
Get ready for the Leonids
Moonless nights promise dozens of meteors per hour at this shower's peak.
Mercury crosses the Sun
The elusive inner planet transits the Sun’s disk for the last time in 10 years.
This month in Astronomy
Bob Berman's strange universe
Glenn Chaple's observing basics
Phil Harrington's binocular universe
Spitzer snaps infrared Orion Nebula, and more
The sky this month
Mercury’s solar excursion
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