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1 China successfully launches astronauts to new space station
2 Astronomical contributions earn physics professor Chancellor's Award
3 Astronomers Spot a 'Blinking Giant' near the Center of the Galaxy
4 Candid cosmos: eROSITA cameras set benchmark for astronomical imaging: An overview and performance assessment of the seven cameras of eROSITA, a space x-ray telescope launched in 2019
5 Dark energy survey releases most precise look at the universe's evolution
6 Astronomer Enrique Gomez advises on viewing June 10 eclipse
7 Remembering Rathnasree Nandivada, Who Brought the Stars To All of Us
8 University Promotes 25 Charles River Campus Faculty | BU Today
9 Researchers build structured, multi-part nanocrystals with super light-emitting properties • News Service • Iowa State University
10 How COVID changed schools outreach Career Feature | 07 JUN 2021
11 New possibilities for detecting Hawking radiation emitted by primordial black holes
12 Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille to Lead Berkeley Lab's Physics Division
13 Discovery Alert: a 'Cool' Planet – with Plenty of Atmosphere?
14 Twelve from MIT awarded 2021 Fulbright Fellowships
15 The first leader of America's manned space program was raised in a boxcar in North Dakota
16 Experiments validate the possibility of helium rain in Jupiter and Saturn
17 Faculty Appointed Endowed Professorships | News @ Wesleyan
18 Seven upperclassmen score summer research experiences
19 Researchers uncover unique properties of a promising new superconductor: Material could be used in future quantum computing applications
20 Dark Energy Survey makes public catalog of nearly 700 million astronomical objects
21 China's premier astronomy and planetary resources lure foreign collaborators
22 Minor planet discovered by Lincoln Laboratory named for noted Holocaust survivor Liliana Segre
23 Ancient light illuminates matter that fuels galaxy formation | Cornell Chronicle
24 Multi-messenger astronomy offers new estimates of neutron star size and universe expansion
25 Blast from the Past
26 Astronomy professor and alumnus have papers published
27 Stuart Bowyer, pioneer of EUV astronomy and SETI, dies at 86
28 Astronomers confirm solar system's most distant known object is indeed Farfarout
29 An Astronomer’s Menagerie
30 General relativity passes crucial neutron-star test – Physics World
31 Science and Culture: Astronomer-turned-filmmaker strives to ignite an interest in space
32 Black Hole Pairs Found in Distant Merging Galaxies
33 ANU scientists choose to accept mission to go light-years and beyond
34 Giant Map of the Sky Sets Stage for Ambitious DESI Survey
35 By Jove! Jupiter Shows Its Stripes and Colors
36 NASA's TESS Discovers New Worlds in a River of Young Stars
37 Dark Energy Survey releases catalog of nearly 700 million astronomical objects to the public
38 LANL: Multi-Messenger Astronomy Offers New Estimates Of Size Of Neutron Stars, Rate Of Universe’s Expansion
39 Caught speeding: Clocking the fastest-spinning brown dwarfs
40 Have We Already Been Visited by Aliens?
41 Radio astronomers discover 8 new millisecond pulsars Millisecond pulsars are neutron stars, the most compact star
42 Will Satellites Cripple Ground-Based Astronomy?
43 PhD Student Awarded Research Opportunity at Fermi Lab
44 Astronomers find signature of magnetar outbursts in nearby galaxies
45 Study finds nowhere on Earth is safe from satellite light pollution
46 China Is Set to Launch First Module of Massive Space Station
47 NRL physicist earns 2020 AAAS Newcomb Cleveland Prize
48 The earliest supermassive black hole and quasar in the universe
49 Celebration of International Astronomy Day with Canon Europe's space-themed craft kits
50 Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites are still too bright
51 Like Peas in a Pod: UVA Astronomer's Survey of Young Stars Published
52 MAROON-X embarks on its exoplanet quest
53 A Tiny Particle’s Wobble Could Upend the Known Laws of Physics
54 Astronomers hope UN can help protect dark skies against megaconstellation threat
55 Astronomers Have Created the Largest Ever Map of the Sky, Comprising Over a Billion Galaxies
56 Astronomers detect extended dark matter halo around ancient dwarf galaxy
57 The NASA Ames PAH IR Spectroscopic Database (PAHdb)
58 Associate professor or tenure-track assistant professor in
59 Get to know Gillette Community College Trustee candidates
60 Astronomers detect possible radio emission from exoplanet
61 Mapping our sun's backyard
62 Laser-driven experiments provide insights into the formation of the universe
63 Outback radio telescope discovers dense, spinning, dead star
64 Sarbani Basu named William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Astronomy
65 Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87's black hole
66 Astronomers detect first ever hydroxyl molecule signature in an exoplanet atmosphere
67 Outer Space Just Got a Little Brighter
68 Astronomers Release New All-Sky Map of Milky Way's Outer Reaches
69 Gravitational Wave Search Finds Tantalizing New Clue | NASA/JPL
70 Earth had a minimoon for nearly three years before it drifted away
71 First images of the cosmic web reveal a myriad of unsuspected dwarf galaxies
72 Astronomers may have found a signature of life on Venus
73 Stars made of antimatter could lurk in the Milky Way
74 Two UCSC geophysicists honored by Royal Astronomical Society
75 Astronomers see a 'space jellyfish'
76 George Carruthers (1939–2020)
77 Most distant quasar discovered sheds light on how black holes grow
78 Peter O. Vandervoort, astrophysicist and beloved UChicago mentor, 1935-2020
79 NSF grant accelerates development for one of the world's most powerful telescopes
80 Are antimatter stars firing bullets of antihelium at Earth? – Physics World
81 An asteroid the size of a semi-truck and two other space rocks are flying by Earth today
82 Top 10 space stories of 2020 | Astronomy.com
83 Gemini Observatory's quick reflexes capture fleeting flash
84 Successful start of dark energy spectroscopic instrument follows record-setting trial run
85 Roger Hildebrand, Manhattan Project veteran and 'giant' of physics and astrophysics, 1922-2021
86 Big Astronomy Planetarium Program and Online Activities Go Live!
87 First black hole ever detected is more massive than we thought
88 Dark Energy Camera Snaps Deepest Photo yet of Galactic Siblings
89 Mission to the Centaurs: Exploring strange astroid-comet hybrids
90 News . NASA Missions Spy First Possible Planet Hugging a Stellar Cinder
91 Light pollution from satellites, space waste poses risk to astronomy
92 NASA Summer Intern Combines Data and Astronomy – with Stellar Results
93 In China, a Telescope Offers Cosmic Data Amid Earthly Tensions
94 Vera Rubin: Super telescope's giant camera spies broccoli
95 Final data release from DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys issued
96 Most distant quasar with powerful radio jets discovered
97 Space Telescope Science Institute Celebrates Its 40th Anniversary
98 HAWC Gamma Ray Observatory Discovers Origin Of Highest-energy Cosmic Rays In The Galaxy
99 How We Work
100 NASA keeps hiding 'Easter eggs' on Mars-bound spacecraft