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By Uwingu, LLC
Open to the Public Worldwide, Coincides with Global Astronomy Month in April

By Uwingu, LLC
Grant Developed from Uwingu’s New Mars Mapping Project, Astronomers Without Borders Encourages Participation in Uwingu's Mars Mapping Project

By The Barrett Company LLC
California poet Leonard H. Roller, whose work has been published in such prestigious poetry outlets as The Lyric, Pearl and California Quarterly has been inspired by current discoveries and theories of the origin and fate of the universe, the beauties...

By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released Dr. Stephenie Slahor's children's book "Meteors."

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu salutes NASA and the Kepler mission team, which includes Uwingu Advisory Board astronomer Dr. Geoff Marcy of the University of California at Berkeley, for its discovery that one in five stars in our galaxy may have habitable planets.

By Crowell Public Library
The San Marino Historical Society kicks off its fall programming with a talk on Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer who played a crucial role in establishing the field of extragalactic astronomy.

By Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes
SIA Exposition, sponsored by Pierce College and Woodland Hills Camera & Telescopes (WHC&T), will be held at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California on Saturday, October 19th from 10am to 6pm. Followed by the “Night Sky Star Party” at 7pm.

By New Track Media
This month Sky & Telescope magazine, one of the premier enthusiast astronomy magazine available, has released a new ebook about shooting stars (also known as meteors).

By Antonello Ghezzi
Bologna based artist collective, Antonello Ghezzi, is creating a Never Ending Night, a system of cameras located in the world’s most remote places capturing the stars and streaming them live, anywhere, anytime in an immersive experience to people...

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu announced today that it has awarded a grant to the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop. This grant was funded by proceeds from Uwingu’s exoplanet naming campaign for the public at www.uwingu.com.

By Uwingu, LLC
Space company Uwingu announced the winner of its public engagement contest to solicit and vote on a popular name for the only known planet orbiting the nearest star to the Sun, Alpha Centauri.

By Uwingu
Space start up UwinguTM has recruited a distinguished board of 15 advisers to assist in strategic and operational planning.This board consists of influential thinkers in astronomy and planetary science, marketing/branding/promotion, and business.

By BookBuzz.net
Author and international researcher, George Curtis is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Ancient Knowledge.

By Premier Electronics Ltd
Raptor Photonics, available FROM Premier Electronics, leader in the design and anufacture of high performance digital cameras has launched the Kingfisher V, a deep cooled vacuum based CCD using a revolutionary new vacuum technology called PentaVacT

By Peak Translations Ltd
Fritz Zwicky was a controversial genius, responsible for many of the advances in astrophysics later claimed by others in the field.

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu announced today that Custom Microwave Inc. of Longmont, Colorado has become an Uwingu corporate sponsor. CMI is a leader in the design, fabrication, & test of high performance microwave antenna feeds & waveguide components for space missions.

By Marketing Impressions
Oceanside Photo & Telescope near San Diego, CA is playing a key role in the installation and upgrading of university observatories throughout the U.S.

By One-Minute Astronomer
To help beginning star gazers in the southern hemisphere learn the night sky, the popular astronomy website One-Minute Astronomer has released a new course entitled "Stargazing for Beginners: A Binocular Tour of the Southern Night Sky".

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By SparkNET
Teach your kids about the solar system while playing a game to keep them engaged. Read on for more details.

By Uwingu, LLC
Open to the Public Worldwide, Coincides with Global Astronomy Month in April

By Uwingu, LLC
Grant Developed from Uwingu’s New Mars Mapping Project, Astronomers Without Borders Encourages Participation in Uwingu's Mars Mapping Project

By The Barrett Company LLC
California poet Leonard H. Roller, whose work has been published in such prestigious poetry outlets as The Lyric, Pearl and California Quarterly has been inspired by current discoveries and theories of the origin and fate of the universe, the beauties...

By Shade Projects / The monOrchid
Shade Projects sponsors the exhibition Celestial Siblings: Earth and Mars by photographer Stephen Strom for Art Detour 26 in the Bokeh Gallery at the monOrchid.

By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released Dr. Stephenie Slahor's children's book "Meteors."

By CRC Press
This new title provides a comprehensive account of the instruments, detectors, and techniques employed in astronomy and astrophysics.

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu salutes NASA and the Kepler mission team, which includes Uwingu Advisory Board astronomer Dr. Geoff Marcy of the University of California at Berkeley, for its discovery that one in five stars in our galaxy may have habitable planets.

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu applauds the International Astronomical Union’s (IAU’s) movements forward about public planet naming, and offers an open alternative to the opaque, restrictive, multi-step approval process of names nominated there.

By Crowell Public Library
The San Marino Historical Society kicks off its fall programming with a talk on Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer who played a crucial role in establishing the field of extragalactic astronomy.

By Woodland Hills Camera and Telescopes
SIA Exposition, sponsored by Pierce College and Woodland Hills Camera & Telescopes (WHC&T), will be held at Pierce College in Woodland Hills, California on Saturday, October 19th from 10am to 6pm. Followed by the “Night Sky Star Party” at 7pm.

By New Track Media
This month Sky & Telescope magazine, one of the premier enthusiast astronomy magazine available, has released a new ebook about shooting stars (also known as meteors).

By Antonello Ghezzi
Bologna based artist collective, Antonello Ghezzi, is creating a Never Ending Night, a system of cameras located in the world’s most remote places capturing the stars and streaming them live, anywhere, anytime in an immersive experience to people...

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu announced today that it has awarded a grant to the Launch Pad Astronomy Workshop. This grant was funded by proceeds from Uwingu’s exoplanet naming campaign for the public at www.uwingu.com.

By Optical Mechanics, Inc. (OMI)
Automated Robotic Telescope to Be Used for Astronomy Education ans Research

By Uwingu, LLC
Space company Uwingu announced the winner of its public engagement contest to solicit and vote on a popular name for the only known planet orbiting the nearest star to the Sun, Alpha Centauri.

By Uwingu
Space start up UwinguTM has recruited a distinguished board of 15 advisers to assist in strategic and operational planning.This board consists of influential thinkers in astronomy and planetary science, marketing/branding/promotion, and business.

By Uwingu, LLC
Start up Uwingu announced the launch of its fully commercial website at www.uwingu.com. The site allows the public to enter names for planets around other stars into a database that astronomers and others can use to name far away planets.

By The Bay School of San Francisco
Alex Filippenko of UC Berkeley gave a talk to the broader school community on "Dark Energy and the Runaway Universe."

By Swansea Council
VISITORS have the chance to discover historic Oystermouth Castle next month – but the ancient ruins won’t be the oldest things available to explore.

By BookBuzz.net
Author and international researcher, George Curtis is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Ancient Knowledge.

By Premier Electronics Ltd
Raptor Photonics, available FROM Premier Electronics, leader in the design and anufacture of high performance digital cameras has launched the Kingfisher V, a deep cooled vacuum based CCD using a revolutionary new vacuum technology called PentaVacT

By Peak Translations Ltd
Fritz Zwicky was a controversial genius, responsible for many of the advances in astrophysics later claimed by others in the field.

By Carla Jackson, CJlPR
"BLACK SUN” is a documentary that chronicles the lives of two AA astrophysicists, Drs. Alphonse Sterling & Dr. Hakeem Oluseyi, as they chase two major astronomical events of 2012, while inspiring youth to seek out science adventures of their own.

By Uwingu, LLC
Uwingu announced today that Custom Microwave Inc. of Longmont, Colorado has become an Uwingu corporate sponsor. CMI is a leader in the design, fabrication, & test of high performance microwave antenna feeds & waveguide components for space missions.

By Marketing Impressions
Oceanside Photo & Telescope near San Diego, CA is playing a key role in the installation and upgrading of university observatories throughout the U.S.

By Plegge Enterprises
While researching an archaeological site (Gobekli Tepe) in Turkey, Joe Plegge discovered that the stone pillars, similar to Stonehenge, were aligned to keep track of solar events, but this site is at least 7,000 years older.

By Strategic Book Group
Look! Up in the Sky! Amazing Stargazers’ Guide Tells the Whole Story of Our Nearest Stars

By QED Radiations
The astronomical observation of extended red emission explained by photoluminescence and black body radiation from UV excited submicron cosmic dust particles is superseded by QED induced redshift based on quantum mechanics

By NFIA
From Big Bang to Big Data: ASTRON and IBM collaborate in newly established center for Exascale Technology

By Suzanne Seyghal
As Brian Cox returns to BBC2 and predicted prime conditions make viewing the northern lights one of this year’s must-do holiday experiences, it seems astronomy is no longer the preserve of those in possession of either a PhD or a telescope.

By Strategic Book Group
If you’ve ever looked up in the sky with wonder and wanted to know more, this helpful guide is a must read.

By BookBuzz.net
You will be seeing stars when you read the breathtaking astronomy book Useful Star Names: With Nebulas and other Celestial Features.

By Suzanne Seyghal
The top five most unusual items regularly added to kit lists to get the most out of an annular eclipse have been revealed by astronomy specialist Explorers Astronomy Tours.

By One-Minute Astronomer
To help beginning star gazers in the southern hemisphere learn the night sky, the popular astronomy website One-Minute Astronomer has released a new course entitled "Stargazing for Beginners: A Binocular Tour of the Southern Night Sky".

By Strategic Book Group
If you’ve ever looked up in the sky with wonder and wanted to know more, this helpful guide is a must read.

By One-Minute Astronomer
Popular astronomy website releases a mini-guide entitled "Seven Easy Sights for Summer Star Gazing". This guide makes it easier for casual summer star gazers to understand and enjoy the summer night sky.

By MSU Extended University
An online course from Montana State University begins June 27 and covers the history of space flight and space technology. Author Andrew Chaikin is a co-instructor along with science educator Jason Marcks.

By Suzanne Seyghal
The Adventure Company has introduced a teenage astro-adventure to Egypt - the first in a series of new family astronomy holidays which combine adventure, star-gazing and breath-taking landscapes.

By Wretch Fossil
A revolutionary new method easily and cheaply exposed numerous Martian blood vessel fossils by placing sculptured meteorites under a digital microscope.

By Wretch Fossil
Do you know you can easily and cheaply discover Martian mammalian fossils without going to Mars? In fact, most meteorites sold on eBay contain fossils of mammals, which originated on Mars.

By Brittany Conklin
Arizona Science Center and Honeywell Family Series present a day dedicated to the cosmos

By MSU Extended University
A day of astronomy-related events for kids, adults and teachers will be held in Bozeman on Saturday, April 2, including a presentation by astronaut Richard Arnold, was part of NASA's Teacher in Space program.

By Dreamtime Press
Come by and have coffee and refreshments at local astronomer, Jeff Dershem's book signing April 2 from 2-4pm at Coffee Studio. We'll be talking astronomy and celebrating the publication of Jeff's new book, Planets to Pulsars.

By The Scientific Papers
Physics has been the domain of highly qualified intellectuals--until now. With The Scientific Papers bringing the complex ideas of physics in an understandable language for the layman physics will become one with society, fulfilling an age old dream.

By Suzanne Seyghal
Whilst the UK’s snow clouds and urban skylines may have obscured this morning’s Lunar Eclipse for many, the 4 January’s Partial Solar Eclipse and 2012's Total and Annular Eclipses are sure to overshadow Winter Solstice's celestial performance.

By Brittany Conklin
Arizona Science Center and Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort & Spa Present Native American Storytelling & Science Under the Stars

By Strategic Book Group
We are indeed all part of The World Tree and wonder what the near future will hold for us.

By Janis Research Company, Inc.
Janis Research has successfully tested a cryogen free 3He-4He dilution refrigerator for cosmic microwave background studies.

By NCI Productions
Reporters Who Covered NASA and Space Race Featured in Award-Winning Documentary



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