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Venus, Jupiter, and Luna Sunset

Venus, Jupiter, and Luna Sunset – July 17, 2015 The next is a series of photos taken on July 17, 2015. The three orbs put on a beautiful display around sunset that day (7-17-2015) and the following day as well. Video All photos by J.J. Del Mar © 2015  Rediscovered Astronomy

Stargazing January 28, 2015

Skywatch for tonight includes a bright Jupiter inbetween Leo and Cancer, and Earth’s moon (Luna) in Taurus. We can’t forget how marvelous Orion looks in the northern skies during winter. Stargazing for January 28, 2015 – Image from Stellarium 2015 Rediscovered Astronomy

Wonderful Titan

Titan Wonderful Scenes Titan is the wonderful moon of Saturn that could be a planet by its own right. NASA – ESA Cassini probe and Huygens lander have captured amazing images of the satellite that has an atmosphere thicker than Earth’s. NASA – esa released the next video of Saturn’s moon composed of images from…
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Planet X May Be Out There After All

Planet X May Be Out There Planet X has made it to the headlines again. Planet X is the assumed massive planet that may be the cause of perturbations in the orbits of outer [dwarf] planets like Sedna. Space news websites such as Space dot com are now publishing this research by Carlos De La…
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Dawn Makes It To Ceres

NASA’s probe Dawn is approaching to Ceres. The JPL NASA team is directing the Dawn space probe to the asteroid belt [dwarf] planet Ceres. JPL released the following picture Dawn took at 383, 000 km as the probe gets close to Ceres. Ceres, JPL – NASA The JPL team said they expect to place the…
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Planetary Resources, Inc. to Mine Asteroids

It looks amazing that finally there’s someone with a vision towards the future. Planetary Resources, Inc. will officially announce April 24, 2012 their plans to mine near Earth asteroids. The company aims at getting metals that are expensive and hard to obtain on Earth such as Platinum.

Astronomy Rediscovered

Rediscovered Astronomy The “world” wide web is full of sites about astronomy. What makes this one different from the rest?, the reader may ask. A good answer to that question is that it simply is. For once, this website won’t pretend the reader is unintelligent like the most popular websites on astronomy do. Unlike “Them”, Rediscovered Astronomy…
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