• earthsky.org | 2/9/2019 | Deborah Byrd
    View larger at EarthSky Community Photos. | Our friend John Ashley caught this image in early February 2019. He wrote: “After our sun, the brightest things in our celestial view are (in order) the...
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  • earthsky.org | 1/29/2019 | Bruce McClure
    Starting around January 30, 2019 – and through the morning of February 1 and possibly even February 2 – watch the slender waning crescent moon slide by the planets Jupiter, Venus and then Saturn.
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  • phys.org | 10/29/2018 | Staff
    The planets so far discovered across the Milky Way are a motley, teeming multitude: hot Jupiters, gas giants, small, rocky worlds and mysterious planets larger than Earth and smaller than Neptune.
    522 views Mkgirlz
  • phys.org | 10/10/2018 | Staff
    UZH researchers have analyzed the composition and structure of faraway exoplanets using statistical tools. Their analysis indicates whether a planet is Earth-like, made up of pure rock, or a...
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  • phys.org | 10/12/2018 | Staff
    For the second time this year, the five brightest planets can be seen at the same time. You can catch them by looking towards the western sky after sunset. The planets will form a line rising up...
    507 views monna

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