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  1. Global News: Inability to Address Emotion Is Holding Back the Field of Psychology, UCSB Sociologist Argues (0 replies)
  2. Global News: Astronomers: Volcanoes May Be Erupting On Venus (0 replies)
  3. Global News: Knowledge Explorations continues with astronomy (0 replies)
  4. Global News: How to Resolve the Fight over Telescopes on Mauna Kea (0 replies)
  5. Global News: Astronomers explain why a star is so hot right now (0 replies)
  6. Global News: Group to celebrate 100th anniversary of birth of Bingley astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle (0 replies)
  7. Global News: Intelligent life in the universe? (0 replies)
  8. Global News: Are you ready for a 10 years with no power grid? Massive solar flare could cause decade-long blackout (0 replies)
  9. Global News: Star gazing June 24 at Observatory Park in Ukiah (0 replies)
  10. Global News: Scientists Discover Hidden GalaxiesBy Matthew R. Francis (0 replies)
  11. Global News: Astronomers discover more than 800 dark galaxies in the famous Coma Cluster (0 replies)
  12. Global News: What three psychics told us will happen in the 2016 election (0 replies)
  13. Global News: What Are The Biggest Mysteries in Astronomy? (0 replies)
  14. Global News: Astronomers Claim to Make First Glimpse of Primordial Stars (0 replies)
  15. Global News: Hubble's Proposed Supersize Successor Generates Controversy (0 replies)
  16. Global News: Viewing Solar Surface on Summer Solstice (0 replies)
  17. Global News: New A 1 million 'cosmic landscape' unveiled (0 replies)
  18. Global News: Father's Day is One of the Longest Days in the History of the Earth - Here's Why (0 replies)
  19. Global News: Astronomers to restart construction of controversial telescope in Hawaii (0 replies)
  20. Global News: Space Lovers Urged to Shoot for the Stars with DIY Satellites (0 replies)
  21. Global News: Uranus's Moon of Oberon (0 replies)
  22. Global News: Where did asteroids come from (0 replies)
  23. Global News: Volcanoes on Venus? Hot lava detected (0 replies)
  24. Global News: This 20-year-old website hosts just one image a day - and... (0 replies)
  25. Global News: Astronomy Lecture June 23rd, Dave Erskine, LLNL (0 replies)
  26. Global News: Bright Monsters: NASA to launch scope to find similar bodies (0 replies)
  27. Global News: Globular Clusters: Dense Groups of Stars (0 replies)
  28. Global News: The Grand Canyon Star Party: Illuminating Dark Skies (0 replies)
  29. Global News: Venus, Jupiter on beautiful "collision" course (0 replies)
  30. Global News: Mysterious moon may harbor life (0 replies)
  31. Global News: Looking Up: See the Dragon in the northern sky this June (0 replies)
  32. Global News: Undaunted (0 replies)
  33. Global News: Stargazers invited to pop along to astro club (0 replies)
  34. Global News: This Oil Extraction Process Is Causing Earthquakes In Oklahoma (0 replies)
  35. Global News: New Jersey Man Arrested On Terror Charges (0 replies)
  36. Global News: Charleston Shooting: What Gunman Allegedly Said to Survivor Inside the Church (0 replies)
  37. Global News: Ronaldo is out of this world: Astronomers name galaxy 'CR7' (0 replies)
  38. Global News: Star party and astronomy program Saturday at Washoe Lake (0 replies)
  39. Global News: Hubble views a bizarre cosmic quartet (0 replies)
  40. Global News: NSAW aims to reduce light pollution for U.S. Naval Observatory operations (0 replies)
  41. Global News: Birmingham student Maggie Lieu, who could be sent to Mars. (0 replies)
  42. Global News: Secrets of the Astronomy watch face on the Apple Watch? (0 replies)
  43. Global News: Astronomers create array of Earth-like planet models (0 replies)
  44. Global News: Astronomers Weigh Mars-Sized Exoplanet (0 replies)
  45. Global News: Astronomers Find Brightest Galaxy In Early Universe, May Hold Clues To Origins Of Life (0 replies)
  46. Global News: Eight Spacecraft that Have Been Rescued, Resurrected and Repurposed (0 replies)
  47. Global News: Astronomers spot first-generation stars, made from big bang (0 replies)
  48. Global News: Astronomy Festival expects to attract hundreds of star gazers (0 replies)
  49. Global News: U.plans $6.4 M telescope array expansion for a better look at cosmic rays (0 replies)
  50. Global News: VSU offering free planetary viewings to encourage interest in astronomy (0 replies)
  51. Global News: Extreme star formation observed 100 million light years away in 'Medusa Merger' (0 replies)
  52. Global News: June 20th. Public Astronomy Program On Mt Diablo (0 replies)
  53. Global News: Finally, humanity gets the tools needed to find life on other planets (0 replies)
  54. Global News: Nasa's Sofia observatory in Christchurch (0 replies)
  55. Global News: Small thunderstorms may add up to massive cyclones on Saturn (0 replies)
  56. Global News: Activism and the Power of 108 (0 replies)
  57. Global News: BSCTC Physics and Astronomy instructor Garrison Turner has paper published (0 replies)
  58. Global News: 'Warm Neptune' Exoplanets May Have Lots of Helium (0 replies)
  59. Global News: Astronomer Kevin Kilburn's latest Looking Up feature focuses on Hercules (0 replies)
  60. Global News: The CJM Explores Space, Time and Beauty in New Exhibition (0 replies)
  61. Global News: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Puzzling Pluto a " Next montha s historic flyby could be illuminating (0 replies)
  62. Global News: Brian May aims to help save world from asteroid attack which could wipe out human race (0 replies)
  63. Global News: Brian May campaigns to defend against asteroid attack (0 replies)
  64. Global News: About the key participants in gay rights rally 50 years ago (0 replies)
  65. Global News: The Lost Philae Lander Is Awake (0 replies)
  66. Global News: Houston's Main Street Theater Announces its 2015-16 Season With Premieres Galore (0 replies)
  67. Global News: Western Nevada College News & Notes: Former student earns fellowship for research work (0 replies)
  68. Global News: Mars Spinning Globe Won't Swell Your Eyeballs (0 replies)
  69. Global News: Astronomy Club donates telescope (0 replies)
  70. Global News: UK teenager discovers new planet (0 replies)
  71. Global News: Making exoplanet news right here at Astronomy (0 replies)
  72. Global News: American astrophysicist working with BU profs (0 replies)
  73. Global News: This lonely galaxy is all by itself near a cosmic void (0 replies)
  74. Global News: Have Black Hole hunters found the first proof of the limits of space and time? (0 replies)
  75. Global News: Arsonist sets 9 spot fires near historic Lowell Observatory (0 replies)
  76. Global News: This 15-Year-Old Intern Found Something 'Amazing' (0 replies)
  77. Global News: It took two years to confirm that WASP-142b is indeed a planet (0 replies)
  78. Global News: How to See Ursa Minor, the Night Sky's Little Dipper (0 replies)
  79. Global News: Mercury Sole Survivor of Close Orbiting Planets Around the Sun (0 replies)
  80. Global News: Government funding needed for Mt John Observatory (0 replies)
  81. Global News: In Vernon Cedar Mountain fourth grade students' imaginations take flight with virtual field trip (0 replies)
  82. Global News: Two Plutos collide in the outer solar system. What are the odds? (0 replies)
  83. Global News: Watch as the moon photobombs Uranus (0 replies)
  84. Global News: Galaxy-Sized Lens Reveals Star Birth in the Deep Universe (0 replies)
  85. Global News: 17 of the best astronomy photographs that are out of this world (0 replies)
  86. Global News: Lonely galaxy lost in space (0 replies)
  87. Global News: Teenage astronomer discovers a new planet 1,000 light years away while on Work Experience (0 replies)
  88. Global News: Supernova prized by astronomers begins to fade from view (0 replies)
  89. Global News: Mount Stromlo Observatory reaches for the stars (0 replies)
  90. Global News: 15-year-old makes the epic discovery of a new planet that's 1,000 light years from Earth (0 replies)
  91. Global News: Westford Residents Invited to Backyard Astronomy on Town Common (0 replies)
  92. Global News: Saturn's Dark And Mysterious Outer Ring Is Even Bigger Than Expected (0 replies)
  93. Global News: NASA Goes First Class for Europa (0 replies)
  94. Global News: Astronaut to discuss Hubble telescope at Ohio University (0 replies)
  95. Global News: A celestial butterfly emerges from its dusty cocoon (0 replies)
  96. Global News: "The Cosmos and Us" by Emma Chiu (0 replies)
  97. Global News: 1075th Birthday of a Persian Astronomer of Lunar Cycles (0 replies)
  98. Global News: San Ramon Parks Astronomy Night Jun. 12th. (0 replies)
  99. Global News: Glass Found On Mars May Hold Important Clues About Life On The Red Planet (0 replies)
  100. Global News: Sky Watch: Fine time to focus your telescope on Saturn (0 replies)
  101. Global News: Astronomers find supernovas in 'empty space' (0 replies)
  102. Global News: Astronomers find supernovas in 'empty space' (0 replies)
  103. Global News: STARGAZING: CHIME, the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (0 replies)
  104. Global News: Researchers Use Gravitational Lens Ogling Huge Galaxy at the Edge of the Universe (0 replies)
  105. Global News: This Summer Explore An 'Alien' Planet: Earth (0 replies)
  106. Global News: Patrick Poitevin: More facts and figures about the Moon (0 replies)
  107. Global News: Worlds of Worlds (0 replies)
  108. Global News: Will LSST Solve the Mysteries of Dark Matter and Dark Energy? (Kavli Hangou (0 replies)
  109. Global News: Peering into a Black Hole (0 replies)
  110. Global News: Cosmic Black Holes 'Imperfectly' Clone All Incoming Matter (0 replies)
  111. Global News: Cosmic Kickstarter: How Crowdfunding Helps New Space Projects Launch (0 replies)
  112. Global News: New Video Takes Us Flying Over an Alien World (0 replies)
  113. Global News: From the Bloomberg story; "iRobot, better known for its self-guided Roomba vacuum... (0 replies)
  114. Global News: What are Gravitational Waves? (0 replies)
  115. Global News: Astronomer Kevin Kilburn's Looking Up Feature on Constellation of Corona Borealis (0 replies)
  116. Global News: Exiled stars explode far from home (0 replies)
  117. Global News: Fantasy, science fiction, and the future of democracy (0 replies)
  118. Global News: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope reveals chaotic wobbling dance of ... (0 replies)
  119. Global News: Mark Thompson - photo by Darren Bell Photography (0 replies)
  120. Global News: Alien contact will be 'Terminator-style' and not little green men says top star-gazer (0 replies)
  121. Global News: Pennsylvania Starwatch: Saturn will be here all summer (0 replies)
  122. Global News: Space 55 Theatre (0 replies)
  123. Global News: Hawaii Supreme Court to hear challenge to telescope permit (0 replies)
  124. Global News: TAU develops revolutionary technique to - solder' newly transplanted corneas (0 replies)
  125. Global News: Searching Alaska's tundra for meteorites, with the help of radar (0 replies)
  126. Global News: Sunset and twilight: Defining when darkness falls (0 replies)
  127. Global News: Climate of change: Catholic Church's dance with science (0 replies)
  128. Global News: Why is global warming still an issue we have left on the back burner? (0 replies)
  129. Global News: Galaxy collisions cause 'starbursts' (0 replies)
  130. Global News: Review: Shotgun Players' 'Heart Shaped Nebula' beautiful but uneven (0 replies)
  131. Global News: Hubble Image Inspires White House to Ponder Our Cosmos (0 replies)
  132. Global News: Charting the Milky Way From the Inside Out (0 replies)
  133. Global News: What Does Space Sound Like? (0 replies)
  134. Global News: Hubble Peers into the Most Crowded Place in the Milky Way (0 replies)
  135. Global News: ABC of Astronomy - C Is for Cosmic Rays (0 replies)
  136. Global News: 'Beyond Pluto,' Brazilian-themed feast highlight Ramble (0 replies)
  137. Global News: Looking Up: Name your favorite star (0 replies)
  138. Global News: Exiled stars explode far from home (0 replies)
  139. Global News: from weeklong stargazing parties (0 replies)
  140. Global News: Star Party Coming To Grand Canyon National Park (0 replies)
  141. Global News: The Voyage No One Wants To Take: Why The Hyperloop Is A Catastrophe-Waiting-To-Happen (0 replies)
  142. Global News: Largest telescope gets approval for construction (0 replies)
  143. Global News: Giant Magellan Telescope's International Partners Approve Start of Construction Phase (0 replies)
  144. Global News: Solar system's weirdest dance scene: The moons around Pluto (0 replies)
  145. Global News: Chaotic dance of moons around Pluto; 'Kind of like you'd see at a Grateful Dead concert' (0 replies)
  146. Global News: Mount Everest isn't the Earth's tallest mountain (0 replies)
  147. Global News: Massive telescope at Grenfell Campus opens up to public (0 replies)
  148. Global News: student Proofs that Giant Plasma Tubes Do Exist Above Earth (0 replies)
  149. Global News: The Dreadful Beauty of Medusa -- Courtesy of ESO - " click to enlarge (0 replies)
  150. Global News: For Deer Valley High teacher, learning is in the stars (0 replies)
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