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NASA's Hubble Telescope spots star formation in NGC 972 galaxy. Jul 8, 2019 430
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2019 1639
Andromeda's Encounter with a Galactic Sibling. Howell, Elizabeth Nov 1, 2018 256
Pegasus Arise! Look high to discover the glories of the Winged Horse. French, Sue Nov 1, 2018 1672
Depth Afield: Plunge into Pegasus and see how many faint galaxies you can spot with your scope. Tosteson, David Nov 1, 2018 2011
Outwitted: How the author learned he had galaxies coming out his ears. Sargent, Roger Oct 1, 2018 593
The VOID: Next Door: An enormous region of near-emptiness starts on our doorstep, giving astronomers their best chance to probe one of these gigantic cosmic structures. Croswell, Ken Oct 1, 2018 3121
14 Galaxies Might Have Become Largest Cluster in the Universe. Young, Monica Aug 1, 2018 332
A Galaxy Without Dark Matter? Carlisle, Camille M. Jul 1, 2018 491
Galaxy's Center Is Home to Many Black Holes. Young, Monica Jul 1, 2018 422
Nearby Relic of Ancient Universe. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jul 1, 2018 171
Big, Bold, Bright and Beautiful: Pick some low-hanging fruit tonight. Oltion, Jerry May 1, 2018 2667
The Star-Clad Maiden: Visit Virgo to find these exemplary galaxies of spring. French, Sue May 1, 2018 1769
The Coma Cluster. Forte, Ted May 1, 2018 1809
Ordered Galaxies in Chaotic Early Universe. Young, Monica Brief article Mar 18, 2018 256
The FIRST Galaxies: Astronomers are traveling backwards in time to observe our universe's early history. Geach, James Mar 18, 2018 3417
The Snake in Spring: Step into the serpent's curves to explore the Hydra I Galaxy Cluster. Gottlieb, Steve Mar 18, 2018 2665
Into the Lion's Den: It's deep, it's dark, but this night-time hideaway is also full of galaxies. French, Sue Mar 18, 2018 1747
Deeper View of Hubble's Deep Field. Young, Monica Mar 1, 2018 306
Rippled Fabric of Astronomy. Tyson, Peter Editorial Dec 29, 2017 421
The road less traveled: these nine compact galaxy groups show that stepping outside your comfort zone can be worth the effort. Forte, Ted Nov 1, 2017 2644
The silver coin. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Nov 1, 2017 345
Square galaxies: spend some time roping this herd of faint fuzzies in the Great Square of Pegasus. French, Sue Nov 1, 2017 1694
A whale of a galaxy cluster: reel in the denizens of Abell 194--if those autumn skies ever clear. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2017 1444
Searching a trillion stars for ET: how helped shrink the possibility that really advanced aliens are broadcasting far and wide. Gray, Robert H. Aug 17, 2017 1572
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Jun 1, 2017 433
Hubble spies faint galaxies in early universe. Schilling, Govert Jun 1, 2017 289
Galaxies in collision: a dark night & a big scope produced fantastic views of these seven interacting pairs. Gottlieb, Steve May 1, 2017 3147
The Spring Goddess: stars shimmer and galaxies glimmer in the vest of Virgo, the Virgin. French, Sue May 1, 2017 1727
NGC 5529: spend some time with a most excellent edge-on galaxy this spring. Banich, Howard May 1, 2017 1984
Void "repels" milky way's galaxy group. Carlisle, Camille M. May 1, 2017 371
Mystery Object in Cygnus A. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Apr 1, 2017 211
Better than expected. Wedel, Mathew Brief article Apr 1, 2017 315
The lion-guarded gate: you'll need to brave a ferocious beast to find these deep-sky treasures in Leo. French, Sue Apr 1, 2017 1649
Little lion: this celestial cat may be small, but it contains an impressive number of deep-sky sights. French, Sue Mar 1, 2017 1571
Of Black Holes and galaxies: how much influence do supermassive black holes have on their galaxies, or vice versa? Carlisle, Camille M. Feb 1, 2017 3349
It's all about the ears: a few short hops lead from a carbon star to a planetary nebula and a pair of interacting galaxies. French, Sue Feb 1, 2017 1527
Coming in from the void? Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2017 337
The Perseus Galaxy Cluster: good dark adaptation is key for viewing this scattering of faint fuzzies. Forte, Ted Jan 1, 2017 1241
Dark Galaxies: astronomers detect a plethora of star-starved giants. Crockett, Christopher Dec 10, 2016 2683
Clouds rain down. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Nov 1, 2016 291
No sign of dark matter. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Sep 3, 2016 148
Cosmic structure: Protocluster spotted. Aceves, Ana V. Brief article Sep 1, 2016 195
Strong prospects for weak lensing: astronomers are mapping tiny distortions in the images of distant galaxies to study the invisible --dark matter and dark energy. Schilling, Govert Sep 1, 2016 3046
Black hole born without stellar parent: direct collapse of gas may explain observations in remote galaxy. Crockett, Christopher Aug 6, 2016 481
Hubble finds most distant galaxy yet. Young, Monica Brief article Jul 1, 2016 153
Stellar shell in galaxy's halo. Young, Monica Brief article Jul 1, 2016 208
A Herculean challenge: test your skills with this ambitious array of galaxies. Gottlieb, Steve Jul 1, 2016 1316
Galaxies hide behind the Milky Way. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jun 1, 2016 319
Two cool galaxies: the incomparable M81 and M82. Banich, Howard May 1, 2016 2043
Get a leg up on Ursa Major! Take advantage of the Big Bear's wealth of galaxies this month. French, Sue May 1, 2016 1470
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Apr 1, 2016 433
Mapping the universe's: ancient sound waves. Eisentein, Daniel Apr 1, 2016 2546
Big fish, small tackle: grab your binoculars and drop a line in the deep pool of the Virgo galaxy cluster. Wedel, Mathew Apr 1, 2016 2398
A starry sickle: bright stars and strange galaxies hide in Leo's regal mane. French, Sue Apr 1, 2016 1544
Galaxies in the Beehive: a small swarm buzzes inside the famous star cluster. Forte, Ted Mar 1, 2016 1499
Big black hole burps up gobbled gas: belched remnants may help scientists study galaxy evolution. Crockett, Christopher Feb 6, 2016 408
Small galaxies helped light universe. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Feb 1, 2016 169
A trip to the northern frontier: the celestial arctic awaits your arrival. Gottlieb, Steve Feb 1, 2016 2699
Hunting beneath the dog: or, how to catch a galaxy in Canis Major, Lepus, and Columba. Jakiel, Richard Feb 1, 2016 1387
January 1991: our galaxy's core. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jan 1, 2016 118
New mid-size black hole. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2016 161
Brightest galaxies powered by stars, not mergers. Young, Monica Brief article Jan 1, 2016 124
The river: plumb the hidden depths of an ancient celestial waterway. French, Sue Jan 1, 2016 1591
Monsters in the dark: despite their size, there's no need to fear giant elliptical and cD galaxies: Perseus Cluster. Jakiel, Richard Jan 1, 2016 1898
Gigantic protogalaxy in the cosmic web. Carlisle, Camille M. Nov 1, 2015 425
Magnifying the cosmos: using general relativity to see deep into space. Crockett, Christopher Oct 17, 2015 2967
Too big for its britches. Hall, Shannon Brief article Oct 1, 2015 183
Dark galaxies suffuse coma ... Young, Monica Brief article Oct 1, 2015 198
... and mystery of dust-poor early galaxies. Carlisle, Camille M. Oct 1, 2015 412
A few of my favorite things: a sense of wonder and a good imagination will aid you in this tour of Pegasus galaxy groups. Forte, Ted Oct 1, 2015 2836
Early galaxy caught merging? Young, Monica Brief article Aug 1, 2015 178
More dark galaxies reveal themselves: hundreds of nearly starless suspects found in nearby cluster. Crockett, Christopher Jul 25, 2015 477
A deep field in Draco: these faint galaxies will test your observing skills in different ways. Hewitt-White, Ken Jul 1, 2015 1632
Dissecting the optics of a cosmic superlens. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Jun 13, 2015 240
June 1990. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Jun 1, 2015 184
Abell Galaxy Cluster 2065: follow this observer's guide to the Corona Borealis galaxy cluster. Banich, Howard Jun 1, 2015 1969
Split galaxy offers dark matter clues: division of stars, invisible mass hints at self-interacting particles. Grant, Andrew May 16, 2015 569
The hunting dogs: track treasure with the beasts of Canes Venatici. French, Sue May 1, 2015 1505
Seeing triple: take a tour in Virgo with the Isolated Triplets of Galaxies. Gottlieb, Steve May 1, 2015 1305
Cosmological evolution of supermassive black holes in galactic centers unveiled by hard X-ray observations. Ueda, Yoshihiro Report May 1, 2015 11692
William Herschel's: extraordinary night of discovery: recreating the legendary sweep of April 11, 1785. Bratton, Mark Apr 1, 2015 5014
Spring's hit parade: a blood-red gem and a misty bird of prey top the charts. French, Sue Apr 1, 2015 1503
Dark galaxies discovered in coma cluster. Young, Monica Mar 1, 2015 273
Edge-on galaxies: there's something special about these slender streaks of light and dust. Forte, Ted Mar 1, 2015 2289
The carob tree: or, planting seeds for the future. Hill, Steven Mar 1, 2015 544
Galaxies: the ghost glow of galaxies past. Young, Monica Brief article Feb 1, 2015 259
A new handle on galaxy evolution. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Feb 1, 2015 156
Deep-sky. Jan 1, 2015 1421
75, 50 & 25 Years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Jan 1, 2015 511
Mergers create disk galaxies. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Jan 1, 2015 195
Hubble goes the distance: using nature's gravitational lenses, astronomers are pushing the Space Telescope to its very limits to reveal primordial galaxies. Schilling, Govert Jan 1, 2015 2220
The fire down below: Lacaille's furnace glows with winter wonders. Jan 1, 2015 1476
Starlight depletes a galaxy's raw materials. Crokett, Christopher Brief article Dec 27, 2014 109
Some galaxies are short on stars: faint spheres could aid understanding of dark matter. Crockett, Christopher Dec 13, 2014 613
Observing autumn galaxy trios: good things often come in threes. Forte, Ted Nov 1, 2014 2528
A Monte Carlo simulation framework for testing cosmological models. Heymann, Yuri Report Oct 1, 2014 3359
Galaxies: mysterious X-rays hint at dark matter. Young, Monica Oct 1, 2014 442
Universe in a box 2.0. Hall, Shannon Aug 1, 2014 401
Galaxy's dust clouds shown in 3-D. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Jul 26, 2014 165
Enormous galactic collision creates monster supercollider. Crockett, Christopher Brief article Jul 12, 2014 149
Staring back to cosmic dawn: Hubble's single largest observing program is detecting the earliest galaxies, finding the most distant supernovae, and revealing the fireworks-like peak of star formation at cosmic high noon. Faber, Sandra M.; Ferguson, Henry C.; Koo, David C.; Primack, Joel R.; Bell, Trudy E. Jun 1, 2014 2620
Serpentarius & the serpent: fascinating stars and galaxies lie northwest of splendid M10 and M12. French, Sue Jun 1, 2014 1517
Cosmology: missing galaxy clusters. Carlisle, Camille M. May 1, 2014 441
Deep-sky wonders: galaxy time: some remarkable spiral galaxies swarm around the star 6 Comae. French, Sue May 1, 2014 1677
Deep-sky delights: the lion roars tonight. Streicher, Magda Apr 1, 2014 2405
Galactic runts host beasts. Young, Monica Apr 1, 2014 467
New views of cosmic infancy. Carlisle, Camille M. Apr 1, 2014 529
The binocular full moon. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2014 1013
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Mar 1, 2014 431
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Sinnott, Roger W. Feb 1, 2014 413
Star factory found near cosmic dawn. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Feb 1, 2014 274
Observing the Milky Way, Part III Perseus to Puppis & Beyond: the winter Milky Way is faint and vague, but it's adorned with some of the finest clusters and nebulae in the sky. Crossen, Craig Feb 1, 2014 3383
Spring: galaxies flock behind the mild stars of springtime. French, Sue Jan 1, 2014 834
Imaging FTS: a different approach to integral field spectroscopy. Drissen, Laurent; Rousseau-Nepton, Laurie; Lavoie, Sebastien; Robert, Carmelle; Martin, Thomas; Mart Report Jan 1, 2014 8416
Dark atoms and the positron-annihilation-line excess in the galactic bulge. Cudell, J.-R.; Khlopov, M. Yu.; Wallemacq, Q. Report Jan 1, 2014 3310
Astronomical signatures of dark matter. Gorenstein, Paul; Tucker, Wallace Report Jan 1, 2014 7656
Remarkable NGC 253. Seronik, Gary Brief article Dec 1, 2013 282
Back to the Big Bang: a faint signal hidden in the universe's earliest light might reveal what happened in the first moment after cosmic birth. Lieberman, Bruce Oct 1, 2013 2859
A galaxy group in Pegasus: Abell 2666 lies near the northeast corner of the Great Square. Hewitt-White, Ken Sep 1, 2013 728
Cradled galaxies. Shugart, Jessica Brief article Jul 27, 2013 110
Draco, the dragon: some remarkable galaxies reside south of the dragon's body. French, Sue Jul 1, 2013 1535
The first plowman: Bootes is home to one globular cluster and many great galaxies. French, Sue Jun 1, 2013 1486
Hoag's Object: a mysterious ring-shaped galaxy. Potter, Callum Jun 1, 2013 491
Exploring the M83 Galaxy Group: under the tail of Hydra lies a collection for deep-sky connoisseurs. Dalrymple, Les May 1, 2013 1496
The realm of the nebulae: some unusual galaxies lie near the Virgo Cluster's eastern edge. French, Sue May 1, 2013 1625
Virgo's richest NGC field: this grouping is remarkably rewarding through 8-inch and larger telescopes. Whitman, Alan May 1, 2013 1642
Galaxies galore in Leo. Potter, Callum Apr 1, 2013 562
Hubble finds faraway galaxies. Carlisle, Camille M. Mar 1, 2013 406
Celestial fireworks: three extraordinary galaxies congregate in and near Camelopardalis. Gottlieb, Steve Mar 1, 2013 824
A 'sunflower' in Canes Venatici. Moore, Stewart L. Feb 1, 2013 780
The study of nebular emission on nearby spiral galaxies in the IFU era. Rosales-Ortega, Fernando Fabian Abstract Jan 1, 2013 9530
Studying the interstellar medium of H II/BCD galaxies using IFU spectroscopy. Lagos, Patricio; Papaderos, Polychronis Abstract Jan 1, 2013 6247
The Mitchell spectrograph: studying nearby galaxies with the VIRUS prototype. Blanc, Guillermo A. Abstract Jan 1, 2013 13550
Signature of plausible accreting supermassive black holes in Mrk 261/262 and Mrk 266. Ter-Kazarian, Gagik; Sargsyan, Lusine Abstract Jan 1, 2013 8986
A characterization of the diffuse galactic emissions in the anticenter of the galaxy. Fauvet, L.; Macias-Perez, J.F.; Hildebrandt, S.R.; Desert, F.-X. Abstract Jan 1, 2013 5262
By telescopic glass: the southwest corner of the Great Square hosts a fascinating variety of galaxies. French, Sue Nov 1, 2012 1608
A Peculiar pair by the pole: these dissimilar galaxies are always well placed for scrutiny. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2012 805
Dark matter / invisible thread revealed. Craft, Stephen P. Oct 1, 2012 336
NASA Photo Shows Deepest Look At Universe Yet. Sep 26, 2012 393
Colorful cluster transformation. Orwig, Jessica Aug 1, 2012 299
Shockingly Old Spiral Galaxy Spotted. Jul 18, 2012 468
Distant galaxies hint at exotic particle. Carlisle, Camille M. Jul 1, 2012 372
M101: a bear of a galaxy. Seronik, Gary Brief article Jul 1, 2012 312
By Draco's scaly folds: some remarkable objects lie near the north ecliptic pole. French, Sue Jul 1, 2012 1424
Only a Handful of Brown Dwarfs In Our Celestial Backyard - Nasa [VIDEO]. Jun 9, 2012 426
The quincunx of Serpens: a remarkable galaxy group swarms around the serpent's head. French, Sue Jun 1, 2012 1485
The coma galaxy cluster: this ghostly swarm is fantastically rich and compact. Whitman, Alan May 1, 2012 1276
Reflected glow lights up past: Visible echoes make sense of explosion from long ago. Drake, Nadia Apr 7, 2012 341
Galaxies seen in a new light. Rich, Michael Apr 1, 2012 2217
Hydra's Coils: Western Hydra hosts some remarkable galaxies and nebulae. French, Sue Apr 1, 2012 1520
New maps of the cosmic dark probing galactic distortions reveals web of invisible matter. Drake, Nadia Brief article Feb 11, 2012 202
Two open clusters in Cancer. Moore, Stewart L. Feb 1, 2012 840
Binocular highlight: triangulum's treasure. Seronik, Gary Dec 1, 2011 514
The sculptor's workshop: this small, faint constellation is rich in deep-sky objects. French, Sue Dec 1, 2011 1447
Pretty Pegasus pair: NGC 7332 and 7339 make a delightful galaxy duo. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2011 766
Fornax, an oven full of fuzzies. Streicher, Magda Report Oct 1, 2011 2452
Galactic bull's-eye. Carlisle, Camille M. Brief article Sep 24, 2011 182
Middle school science smarts: first class of Broadcom MASTERS finalists named. Powell, Devin Sep 24, 2011 647
Dark energy camera getting ready for first light. Powell, Devin Brief article Sep 10, 2011 124
Blue stragglers in the galactic bulge. Brief article Sep 1, 2011 266
A galaxy sampler in Draco: three strikingly different galaxies line up side by side. Hewitt-White, Ken Aug 1, 2011 962
A galaxy at redshift 10. Brief article Jun 1, 2011 156
Binocular highlight: M104 and the Crow. Seronik, Gary Jun 1, 2011 516
Galaxies near bright stars: these faint fuzzies are easy to find, but not always easy to see. Blackwell, S. Kent Jun 1, 2011 2011
When all the Stars are sown: coma Berenices hosts both clusters and galaxies. French, Sue May 1, 2011 1469
The view from edge-on: hone your observing skills on superthin galaxies. Gottlieb, Steve May 1, 2011 879
Amateur Astronomy Researcher of the Year. Brief article Apr 1, 2011 173
Binocular highlight: belly of the beast. Seronik, Gary Apr 1, 2011 523
50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. Brief article Feb 1, 2011 269
Great winter double stars: this season is as notable for its doubles, triples, and quadruples as for its nebulae and star clusters. Mullaney, James Feb 1, 2011 1054
The hour of wonder: February evenings are magnificent beyond compare. Schaaf, Fred Feb 1, 2011 537
100 not out! Monard, Berto Report Feb 1, 2011 2414
A Misty Cloud on Our Doorstep. Streicher, Magda Feb 1, 2011 3126
Two challenging galaxies in Leo. Moore, Stewart Feb 1, 2011 902
Hubble Telescope Spots Its Most Distant Galaxy Ever. Jan 26, 2011 349
Spring: galaxies flock overhead by night like birds by day. Jan 1, 2011 825
Clearing the Cosmic Fog: the most distant Galaxy ever measured. Dec 1, 2010 610
Grus--an elegant starry bird. Streicher, Magda Dec 1, 2010 2175
Galaxy gauze: Andromeda's NGC 68 group isn't unusual--it only seems that way. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2010 786
75, 50 & 25 years ago. Robinson, Leif J. Oct 1, 2010 348
Joys of an autumn night: October stargazing is splendid in many different ways. Schaaf, Fred Oct 1, 2010 587
Binocular highlight: a lonesome messier. Seronik, Gary Sep 1, 2010 490
Modified Newtonian dynamics at low accelerations as an alternative to dark matter. Prozesky, Andri Report Aug 1, 2010 6873
The ancient starry ship. Streicher, Magda Aug 1, 2010 2039
Antlia, the machine pneumatique. Streicher, Magda Jun 1, 2010 1992
Hot spot for cosmic rays. Brief article May 1, 2010 149
Blazar, blazar, burning bright: these exotic galaxies are some of the most distant objects visible through backyard telescopes. Gottlieb, Steve Apr 1, 2010 1344
A Compass Pointing South. Streicher, Magda Apr 1, 2010 1884
AH Draconis--a tale of two periods. Griffin, David Apr 1, 2010 1719
NGC 2903--the galaxy messier missed. Moore, Stewart L. Apr 1, 2010 821
Universe pictured. Thilmany, Jean Mar 1, 2010 336
The sky above us: it's time to celebrate the tent that encompasses all humanity. Schaaf, Fred Mar 1, 2010 554
Binocular highlight: circumpolar Messiers. Seronik, Gary Mar 1, 2010 489
A pride of galaxies: take the road less traveled to the NGC 3158 group. Hewitt-White, Ken Mar 1, 2010 705
Galaxies may be most distant yet: potential Hubble findings push limits of current technology. Cowen, Ron Jan 30, 2010 853
Back story: seeing in red. Brief article Jan 30, 2010 213
Black holes seen dancing in pairs: merging galaxies play host to astrophysical pas de deux. Grossman, Lisa Brief article Jan 30, 2010 313
Finding the first galaxies: Hubble has imaged the most distant galaxies yet, but to see the first galaxies, astronomers need to go even deeper. Gardner, Jonathan P. Jan 1, 2010 2638
Binocular highlight: ghostly galaxy M74. Seronik, Gary Jan 1, 2010 488
Galaxy groups in Triangulum: this small constellation has much to offer beyond well-known M33. Hewitt-White, Ken Jan 1, 2010 768
Observations of starburst galaxies provide clue to cosmic ray origins: detection of gamma rays solidifies supernova explanation. Cowen, Ron Dec 5, 2009 706
Binocular highlight: Andromeda's Glory. Seronik, Gary Dec 1, 2009 521
Reticulum: the celestial crosshairs. Streicher, Magda Dec 1, 2009 1469
Flying horse fish: the border between Pegasus and Pisces is home to a galaxy cluster and many noteworthy stars. French, Sue Nov 1, 2009 1446
Exploring the NGC 80 group: you'll enjoy sorting out these galaxies in southwestern Andromeda. Hewitt-White, Ken Nov 1, 2009 617
Hubble telescope captures universe photos as never before (PHOTOS). Sep 9, 2009 1338
Explaining Hanny's Voorwerp. Sep 1, 2009 368
CCD BV photometry of three southern galactic open clusters using Faulkes telescope south. Boyd, David; Sharpe, Adam; Frost, George; Dunn, Alex Report Aug 1, 2009 2447
Best-yet southern galaxy survey. Brief article Jul 1, 2009 170
A Herculean galaxy cluster: poking around Abell 2199 brings subtle rewards. Hewitt-White, Ken Jul 1, 2009 736
Monster blob on a feeding frenzy: body may be early galaxy caught in the act of forming. Cowen, Ron Brief article May 23, 2009 296
Grown-up galaxy. Brief article May 1, 2009 129
Plough northwards, to the Big Dipper. Streicher, Magda Apr 1, 2009 2047
Two-thirds of a trio: M65 and M66 in Leo are two of the brightest galaxies visible from suburban backyards. Hewitt-White, Ken Apr 1, 2009 804
Going with a cosmic flow? Brief article Jan 1, 2009 228
Galaxy archaeology with amateurs: a backyard astrophotographer helps reveal the building blocks of galaxies. Martinez-Delgado, David; Gabany, R. Jay Jan 1, 2009 1903
Black hole view: almost sharp enough! Brief article Dec 1, 2008 157
Galaxy clusters slide to the south: mysterious flow could call universe's uniformity into question. Castelvecchi, Davide Oct 25, 2008 656
The perfect star party: Maine's unpredictable spring weather--finally--yields a night to remember. Elliott, Ted Jun 1, 2008 614
Newly discovered star hidden in plain sight. Jun 1, 2008 391
Monster black holes soon to merge? Brief article Apr 1, 2008 207
Stars born in the middle of nowhere. Brief article Apr 1, 2008 117
Big bear pair: springtime is prime time for two bright galaxies near the Big Dipper. Hewitt-White, Ken Apr 1, 2008 760
Realm of the galaxies. Brief article Mar 1, 2008 134
Monster galaxy mashup. Brief article Nov 1, 2007 132
New galaxy redshift record. Brief article Oct 1, 2007 127
A galaxy core's shadow play: astronomers grab a lucky chance to size up a hot galaxy nucleus. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2007 195
Measuring a black hole's energy efficiency. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Aug 1, 2007 147
Biggest galaxy. Sinnott, Roger W. Brief article Aug 1, 2007 251
The big bright galaxy you've never seen. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Jun 1, 2007 170
The Lion's lair: April is galaxy time. French, Sue Apr 1, 2007 1719
The Pi Puppis cluster. Dalrymple, Les Feb 1, 2007 490
May: on clear may evenings the Milky Way does us a favor: it rests at our feet, allowing us to gaze upward into the great cosmic abyss beyond. Hewitt-White, Ken Jan 1, 2007 1743
Universe's oldest objects emerge from the background. Brief article Jan 1, 2007 116
Record-breaking gravitational lens. MacRobert, Alan Brief article Oct 1, 2006 171
Springtime surprises in Pavo: the celestial Peacock holds many treats for observers. Bryant, Greg Sep 1, 2006 678
Enlightened: dark matter spotted after cosmic crash. Jaffe, E. Aug 26, 2006 499
Cosmic bigness. Cowen, Ron Brief article Aug 26, 2006 185
M44: what's the buzz? Part I: intentional or not, turning the Praesepe into the Beehive Cluster is beefitting. O'Meara, Stephen James Jun 1, 2006 719
Canes redux: June's evening sky holds a bevy of interesting galaxies for deep-sky hunters. French, Sue Jun 1, 2006 1879
Going deep in Virgo. Naeye, Robert Brief article May 1, 2006 258
See a Seyfert. Dalrymple, Les May 1, 2006 531
Dear Chara: the celestial Hunting Dogs help us flush out galaxies in May's gentle evening sky. French, Sue Brief article May 1, 2006 1667
Uncertain census. Roth Joshua Brief article May 1, 2006 230
A short-lived spiral? Roth, Joshua Brief article Mar 1, 2006 283
The truth about "true color". MacRobert, Alan M. Brief article Mar 1, 2006 201
Magnetar magnificence: astronomers have detected another giant outburst from one of the universe's strangest denizens. Naeye, Robert Feb 1, 2006 775
Eta Carinae: nasty neighbors: astronomers have direct evidence that one of our galaxy's most massive stars has a companion. Naeye, Robert Feb 1, 2006 527
Too big too soon? Astronomers are surprised to find a large and mature galaxy in the universe's infancy. Naeye, Robert Jan 1, 2006 660
Early universe shows signs of life. Johnston, Lisa R. Nov 1, 2005 382
Crisis in the cosmos? Galaxy-formation theory is in peril. Cowen, Ron Oct 8, 2005 1840
Observational cosmology: from high redshift galaxies to the blue pacific. Arp, Halton Oct 1, 2005 2861
Dating the Milky Way. Crosswell, Ken Oct 1, 2005 433
Seeing the big pictures: giant celestial vistas and small computer screens don't mix that well. Goldman, Stuart J. Sep 1, 2005 489
Big sky. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Aug 20, 2005 185
Thick disks discerned beyond the Milky Way. Roth, Joshua Jun 1, 2005 407
Embracing Edasich: there are galaxies galore in the northern spring sky. French, Sue Jun 1, 2005 1731
Galaxy maps reveal long-sought waves: cosmologists have finally seen sound waves from the infant universe echoed in our own backyard. Schilling, Govert; Roth, Joshua May 1, 2005 399
A puzzling polar-ring galaxy. Rubin, Vera May 1, 2005 444
Steady on galaxy M94. Seronik, Gary May 1, 2005 532
3C 273: catch the brightest quasar: tonight you can find an object 1.9 billion light-years out in the evening deeps. MacRobert, Alan M. May 1, 2005 689
The hole story: black holes may wield an influence far beyond their gravitational reach. Cowen, Ron Cover Story Jan 22, 2005 2171
Ultimate retro: modern echoes of the early universe. Cowen, R. Jan 15, 2005 475
Galaxy train wrecks. Charlton, Jane C.; Gallagher, Sarah C.; Palma, Christopher Nov 1, 2004 3217
Scrutinizing Stephan's Quintet. Gottlieb, Steve Nov 1, 2004 491
How to build a midsize black hole. Naeye, Robert Aug 1, 2004 530
Ancient galaxies revealed by Hubble. Jun 1, 2004 331
Andromeda's building blocks. Cowen, Ron Brief Article Mar 27, 2004 275
Alien stars pass close to home. Brief Article Dec 13, 2003 223
Strong evidence of galactic cannibalism. Cowen, Ron Aug 16, 2003 530
Surveying the universe's middle-aged galaxies. (Sky Prospecting). McDonagh, S. Jul 26, 2003 505
Supernova spectacular: starburst galaxies shed light on the early universe. Cowen, Ron Jul 19, 2003 1446
Galactic RAVE. (Astonomy). Brief Article Jun 14, 2003 197
A Molecular View of M82. Roth, Joshua Jun 1, 2003 253
Image reveals galaxy's violent past. (Starry View). Cowen, R. May 10, 2003 479
Using distant galaxies to study the early universe. (Once Upon a Time in the Cosmos). Cowen, R. Apr 12, 2003 563
A galaxy-hop from M49. Whitman, Alan Apr 1, 2003 1335
Milky Way's last major merger: new clues about galaxy formation thicken the plot. Cowen, Ron Dec 14, 2002 1575
Galactic cannibalism strikes again. (Astronomy). Brief Article Nov 30, 2002 264
A new population shows up in the Milky Way. (Cloudy Findings). Cowen, R. Oct 26, 2002 541
Finding two families of galaxies. (Celestial Divide). Cowen, R. Oct 19, 2002 525
There's life in the old galaxies yet. (Astronomy). Brief Article Oct 5, 2002 243
In the universe, dwarfs may pop up last. (Birth of a Tiny Galaxy). Cowen, R. Sep 14, 2002 544
X-ray observatory captures a rare supernova. (Science News This Week). Cowen, R. Brief Article Jul 13, 2002 149
Hubble sees galaxies galore. Jul 1, 2002 373
Elliptical duet rides the Kuiper belt. (Astronomy). Brief Article May 4, 2002 193
Buoyant bubbles in a galaxy cluster. Roth, Joshua May 1, 2002 556
Cosmic remodeling: Superwinds star in early universe. (This Week). Cowen, R. Brief Article Apr 20, 2002 552
Barred spirals come and go. Schilling, Govert Apr 1, 2002 329
Gregarious galaxies. French, Sue Apr 1, 2002 1200
Long ago and far away: astronomers find distant galaxy, early cluster. (This Week). Cowen, R. Brief Article Mar 30, 2002 664
Repainting the cosmic palette. (Astronomy). Brief Article Mar 30, 2002 290
The Milky Way's middle: getting a clear view. (Cover Story). Cowen, Ron Feb 23, 2002 2276
Zooming in on a protogalaxy. MacRobert, Alan Jan 1, 2002 356
Checking off the galaxies at 1 Arietis. Hewitt-White, Ken Dec 1, 2001 1329
A sampling of edge-on galaxies. Polakis, Tom Nov 1, 2001 1929
Faint body may be galaxy building block. Cowen R. Brief Article Oct 6, 2001 654
... and a sextet of images. R.C. Brief Article Sep 29, 2001 233
A wide deep field: getting the big picture. Tytell, David Sep 1, 2001 1199

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