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Introducing Magic: Analog Sky’s New 3D Printed Binoculars for Astronomy

A new project promises to bring back the magic to night sky observing.

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A Collection of New Images Reveal X-Rays Across the Universe

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Tiny Swarming Spacecraft Could Establish Communications with Proxima Centauri

New research from the Institute for Interstellar Studies explains how swarms of thousands of tiny spacecraft could maintain communications with…

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A New Technique Confirms the Universe is 69% Dark Energy, 31% Matter (Mostly Dark)

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NASA Confirms That 2023 was the Hottest Summer on Record

Yesterday, NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies (GISS) announced that the summer of 2003 was the hottest on record. This…

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Mini-Subs Could One Day Ply the Seas Under Europa’s Ice

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Some Lunar Regolith is Better for Living Off the Land on the Moon

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Whether Saturn's Rings are Young or Old, its Moons are as Ancient as the Planet Itself

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