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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
By Morten St. George
Ancient astronaut investigator and author Morten St. George provides archaeological evidence, six new articles, and extensive analysis to support his book’s alien contentions.
By Edizioni Remo Sandron
Here is a book that easily explains the astronomical passages of Dante’s Divina Commedia, helping to rediscover the astronomical vision of the Middle Ages
By IAH Ltd
Through their solareclipsetours site IAH Ltd are offering a discount deal on their Spectacular Jordan Meteor shower tour in August the discount is for bookings received paid between 25th May and 7th June
By NCI Productions
As NASA Looks Forward Toward Mars and Beyond, Moon Beat Recalls Apollo XI from Journalists’ POV; Featuring John Noble Wilford, George Alexander, Victor McElheny, NASA’s Jack King and others
By Doverwood Communications, Inc.
Be part of the solution, fight light pollution ... the environmentally intelligent town of Harmony, Florida plays host to the annual family-friendly, free festival.
By Montana State University Extended University
A free day of astronomy-related events will take place in Bozeman, Montana on April 24, 2010. The event features NASA astronaut Loren Acton, kids' activities, solar viewing and more.
By Science-A-Peel, Inc.
Science-A-Peel, Inc. highlights astronomy and the anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope
By Vapor Sky
Vapor Sky launchs its online art retail business this week, offering personalized Stellar Portraits™ of the sky the moment you were born. Started by two friends who met while living in Portland, OR, they bring their unique vision to the art world.
By Phoenix Laser Engraving
Phoenix Laser Engraving creates functional gnomonic art utilizing Radiance Optics and ancient astronomical knowledge to provide precise sundials for home and business.
By SEO Goad
The first major purpose built radio telescope was built in 1937 and today commercial telescopes have fascinated sky-watchers and astronomers with its gamut of advanced features. Read on to find out why Telescope reviews is gaining popularity.
By Erik Anderson
A new picture of the Milky Way emerges which reveals our galaxy to be a tightly wound “grand design” two‐armed spiral – not a four‐armed spiral as has previously been supposed.
By Kim Long
The Moon Calendar 2010 has just been published. This 28 page wall calendar features the phases of the moon for every day of the year.
By Thomas Prevenslik
The Cepheid period-luminosity relation that stars with long periods are brighter than those with short periods including measurements of the distance to the star based on the Baade-Wesselink method are placed in question by cosmic dust
By INHOUSEPRESS
Enigma of the Second Coming, a novel by Stan I.S. Law, shows you where.
By Donna St. Jean Conti
….Young Scholars from Westerly School of Long Beach recognized as astronomy enthusiasts.
By SpaceTalkNOW.org
In a global online press conference, Guy Laliberte, the founder of Cirque du Soleil announced details of his planned Poetic Social Mission.
By SpaceTalkNOW.org
XCOR Aerospace announced today that it has reached several significant milestones in the 5K18 rocket engine test program. This is the engine that powers XCOR's Lynx suborbital spacecraft.
By SpaceTalkNOW.org
Hawthorne, CA – Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) announces delivery of equipment to Kennedy Space Center in support of upcoming flights of their Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station.
By Beth Nicholas
The UK's largest planetarium has re-opened to the public following the integration of a new, high-performance digital projection solution from immersive theater specialists Global Immersion.
By UniGalactic, LLC
Dave Reneke - a famous and respected Australian astronomer recently reviewed UniGalactic Space Travel Magazine on his web site.
By Molly Lynch on behalf of Redshift
Redshift™ Live Gives Astronomy Hobbyists Reason to Celebrate the International Year of Astronomy The Redshift 7 and a new portal are available at www.redshift-live.com and are offered at affordable prices and the launcher is free.
By Federation of Galaxy Explorers
Leaders of the space industry join Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin and Bill Nye “The Science Guy” at Galaxy Ball to support space-science after-school programs.
By BlackCosmology.com
"The key to evolution is not a primate, but a prime colour".
By MarketShareCentral, Inc.
Specialized marketing service to promote science fiction novels.
By Atoall.com
New Earth-Like Planet Discovery by Astronomy Scientist. Big Scientific Discovery Like Solar System's Pluto Saturn Planets.
By Dave Reneke - Sky and Space magazine
Astronomers testing a giant dust cloud at the heart of the Milky Way have found that it might taste of raspberries - it also smells of rum!
By Dave Reneke
Sounding more like something out of a Superman comic, a green comet is heading towards the Earth on it's first visit to our solar system. Closest approach will be on February 24! Watch for it.
By Abdul Halimir Rahim
The expansion of the universe, Einstein doubted this
By JPL Space Foundation
The JPL Space Foundation seeks to be adopted by any individual, class, school, or school system that would like their students to have a direct and active role in the development and direction of Mankinds last frontier - Space Exploration.
By Sara Dobie
Sylvan Dell Publishing offers children's literature and fun activities for families to do together in honor of Meteor Day.
By Judith Rubin Etc.
Fulldome video systems are rapidly replacing traditional star projectors in planetariums around the world, and are also being adopted by science centers and other types of museums for their dome theaters, according to an article in IPM Magazine.
By Centennia Software
The Planetarium at Mystic Seaport and the NavList online community announce the second biennial "Navigation Weekend" devoted to the art of traditional navigation to be held at Mystic Seaport, June 6-8, 2008.
By Emily Mathewson
It is now possible to transmit your greetings, declarations, or heartfelt messages out into deep space
By Innovation Frontier, Inc.
Currently, our 15-year-olds rank 24th out of 29 developed nations in math, literacy and problem solving. Xump wants to make learning math and science fun again. It is our goal to get top quality and highly educational toys to kids everywhere.
By AccuWeather, Inc.
AccuWeather.com launches a new Astronomy Center with improved advice and news on phenomena in the night skies. Redesigned and expanded, the Astronomy Center features detailed viewing conditions, interactive star charts and videos.
By CA Bailey
David Burstein, PhD., Professor at the Arizona State University has been named Cambridge Who’s Who Professional of the Year in Astronomy and Astrophysics



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