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Stunning image of Leonard’s comet disintegration wins 2022 Astronomy Photography Grand Prize
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Stunning image of Leonard’s comet disintegration wins 2022 Astronomy Photography Grand Prize

The overall winner of the 2022 Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition was a photo of Leonard’s comet called “The…
Astronomy: Artemis mission delayed again
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Astronomy: Artemis mission delayed again

Published on 09.03.2022 22:13 Updated on 03/09/2022 22:58 Article written K. Verove, L. de la Morne, T. Donzel, L. Lavieille…
Astronomy: This month’s calendar of the most beautiful celestial events –
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Astronomy: This month’s calendar of the most beautiful celestial events –

From now on, invites you to find in this article every month the main astronomical events worth watching, as well…
ELT telescope in Chile will revolutionize astronomy – Science et Avenir
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ELT telescope in Chile will revolutionize astronomy – Science et Avenir

The Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), the most powerful optical instrument ever built and which will greatly expand astronomers’ observational possibilities,…
ELT telescope in Chile will revolutionize astronomy – Science et Avenir
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ELT telescope in Chile will revolutionize astronomy – Science et Avenir

The Extremely Large Telescope (ELT), the most powerful optical instrument ever built and which will greatly expand astronomers’ observational possibilities,…
Astronomy: women in the shadows – Science et Avenir
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Astronomy: women in the shadows – Science et Avenir

This article is taken from Les Indispensables de Sciences et Avenir #209 April/June 2022. Another very masculine field, astronomy! But…
Astronomy. Total eclipse: why will the moon turn red tonight?
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Astronomy. Total eclipse: why will the moon turn red tonight?

While not extremely rare, this event is not to be missed for all astronomy lovers: a total lunar eclipse is…
Thousands of satellites are polluting Australian skies, and threatening ancient Indigenous astronomy practices
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Thousands of satellites are polluting Australian skies, and threatening ancient Indigenous astronomy practices

(Image credit: Shutterstock) This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Space.com’s Expert Voices:…
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