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Astrosphere for February 7, 2008

Article written: 7 Feb , 2008
Updated: 26 Dec , 2015
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Your photograph for today is the recent conjunction between Jupiter and Venus, captured by Shevill Mathers.

Starts with a Bang looks at the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation’s inevitable slide towards the Radio Background.

A day without Astronomy Picture of the Day isn’t a day. Today, check out NGC 4013.

Pamela Gay reviews astronomy software called “Where is M13”.

There was a solar eclipse, did you notice? Ian Musgrave had the right perspective, and caught just a tiny snip taken out of the Sun.

Wired has a list of 10 technologies we could build if they weren’t so friggin expensive.

Now this is thinking big. Next Big Future has an article about a rail gun system that could launch spacecraft into orbit.

Centauri Dreams looks at Project Longshot. A mission to send a probe to another star.

Do you have a space/astronomy blog? Let me know and I’ll subscribe to your news feed. Write something cool and I’ll link to it.


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