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1 Even in 2020, a double standard is still applied to women in the spotlight
2 Astronomers Are Closer to Cracking the Mystery of Fast Radio Bursts
3 Hearing out the universe | The Blade
4 Workaholism isn't a valid requirement for advancing in science
5 Astronomers discover sonic boom from powerful unseen explosion
6 Review: Extreme Cosmos
7 The universe on a dinner plate
8 How 'Star Trek: Discovery' warps science
9 How to capture the violent tumult of our roiling universe, moment by moment
10 Hundreds of astronomers rally behind whistleblowers at controversial Swiss institute
11 How to safely watch an eclipse: Advice from an astronomer
12 Worth reading: Future visions of women, war, time and space
13 U of T astronomers discover sonic boom from powerful unseen explosion
14 Astronomers observe the magnetic field of the remains of supernova 1987A
15 Scientists are relying on amateur astronomers to find supernova explosions
16 Astronomers closer to cracking mystery of fast radio bursts
17 The universe is 2.5 billion times less magnetic than a fridge magnet
18 Scientists find evidence of missing neutron star: Astronomers uncover the relic at the heart of Supernova 1987A that has been hidden for over 30 years
19 “Magnetar Power” –Chandra Observatory Captures Exotic Object With Magnetic Field a Million-Billion Times Earth
20 How Hot Is the Hottest Star? [Excerpt]
21 They topped the HSC in their day. Where are they now?
22 Eclipse of reason: Why do people disbelieve scientists?
23 Forbes Will Humanity Achieve Interstellar Travel And Find Alien Life?
24 Humans in 2167: Internet implants and no sleep
25 Bryan Gaensler's endless wonder at the night sky and stars
26 CANADA: How astronomers enrich our culture
27 Timelapse Shows Twenty-five Years In The Life Of Supernova 1987a
28 What does it take to make an institution more diverse?
29 How to best be an ally in STEM
30 I'm stuck like glue: why I love magnets and you should too
31 A Harvard Astrophysicist Says 'Oumuamua Could Be Alien
32 Eying exomoons in the search for ET
33 Astronomers Create Catalogue of 44 Million Stars and Galaxies | Astronomy
34 Scientists on their favourite science fiction
35 Record-breaking galaxy 5 billion light-years away shows we live in a magnetic universe
36 Happy birthday! The Conversation Canada turns one
37 Mysterious series of fast radio bursts may have been twisted by extreme environment
38 Milky Way twice as thick as we think › News in Science
39 Solar eclipse 2017: Why science deniers believe in total eclipses
40 An astronomer explains how to safely watch the 2017 solar eclipse
41 Record-Breaking Galaxy Find Sheds Light on Magnetic Universe
42 How to safely watch Solar Eclipse 2017: Advice from an astronomer
43 Maybe the hardest nut for a new scientist to crack: finding a job
44 Top Australian academic debunks researcher's bizarre prophecy planets will cause monster quake
45 A rare magnetic star is born – with a push in the right direction
46 Scientists Find Evidence of ‘Orphan’ Gamma-Ray Bursts
47 Less secrecy could help astronomy stop the bullying and harassment within its ranks
48 Extremely large telescopes will add more firepower to search the cosmos
49 First 'Orphan' Gamma-Ray Burst Reveals Insight into Powerful Stellar Explosions
50 Researchers Observe Magnetic Field Generated by Supernova Remnant 1987A | Astronomy
51 U of T researchers receive more than $100 million in new funding
52 Berkeley Astronomer Geoff Marcy Resigning Amid Sexual Harassment Scandal
53 Radio Hiss from Exploding Star Reveals Its Final Moments
54 Twisted, Tangled and Turbulent: Magnetic Fields in the Milky Way
55 Why a Harvard astronomer is spouting farfetched ideas about aliens
56 How magnetism manifests in the universe
57 First Look At Interstellar Turbulence
58 Astronomers Measure Magnetic Field of Far-Off Galaxy | Astronomy
59 A Cosmic Burst Repeats, Deepening a Mystery
60 Astronomers Are Getting Excited Over Ghostly Traces of a Massive Cosmic Explosion
61 Astronomers take first-ever image of turbulent gas between the stars
62 A Cosmology Professor Accidentally Announces The Re-Discovery of Mars
63 Forgotten force: The other great cosmic attractor
64 Mapping the Magnetic Bridge Between the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds
65 Ghost objects in the sky | Berkeley News
66 Distant hissing tells of a famous exploded star's past
67 ESA
68 For The First Time, Physicists Have Observed a Giant Magnetic 'Bridge' Between Galaxies
69 Huge explosion traced to exotic star
70 Origin of the Universe’s Most Powerful Magnets
71 New survey finds 'Peter Pan' radio galaxies that may never grow up
72 Moons might hold key to finding E.T. life
73 Scientist Are Sharing How Their Work Makes Them Look Like Serial Killers And It's Hilarious
74 Why Flat-Earthers and Science Deniers Can't Dispute the Eclipse
75 Astronomers Find Tube-Like Structures Above Earth's Surface
76 Astronomers Break Record in Gathering Magnetic Information for Most Distant Galaxy
77 Clocking the mosh pit of interstellar space
78 A time-lapse of Supernova 1987A – The Varsity
79 Hunting for the Milky Way's Heaviest Stars
80 Finding a job may be the hardest nut for a new scientist to crack
81 A giant magnetic bridge between galaxies
82 Sun gives off solar flare Wednesday, may cause communications issues
83 Big Bang echoes from 14 billion years ago detected by giant telescope, say US scientists
84 Brightest Galactic Flash Ever Detected Hits Earth
85 First-Ever High Resolution Radio Images of Supernova 1987A
86 Worth reading: Bitcoin, BlackBerry, time travel and other outcomes
87 Stress to success: riding the wave of the HSC
88 Sexual harassment and bullying covered up at CSIRO, say astronomers
89 Thousands ‘interested’ in major flat-earthers conference coming to Edmonton this summer
90 Canelo Álvarez defends super middleweight titles after Avni Yıldırım retires on stool – as it happened
91 From ‘Mad’ Mike to Kyrie Irving: Why flat-Earthers won’t give up
92 Rare gamma-ray flare from a distant star disturbs Earth's daytime ionosphere
93 How Big Is Our Galaxy?
94 Vizsla Continues to Expand Napoleon; 54 Drill Holes Average 4.0 Metres True Width at 441 G/t Silver Equiv.
95 The World’s Best Science Fiction, Chosen By Scientists
96 Andrew Yang: It's 'asinine' for Trump to take credit for stock market highs
97 Star Trek: Discovery fans are "hooked" by episode 3
98 Some Flat-Earthers say Monday's solar eclipse just proved the world isn't round
99 $500Gs cargo redirection scheme, identity fraud leads to charges
100 06.06.2006