Entries from Blog tagged with 'International Year of Astronomy'
Millions had a 'Galileo moment'
UK will finally have its own space agency
Star Wars meets Wall Street on the silver screen?
Documentary charts the rise of the ESA's Herschel mission
The discovery could further accelerate the discovery of exoplanets
Do you have a question for John Mather?
Coming soon: the 'European Week of Astroparticle Physics'
Satellite will provide a better view of the very early universe
First target identified in less than 24 hours
Do they come from exploding stars?
If you apply Occam's razor to this question...
But we already know what Phoenix saw on Mars!
Guide to spotting life on distant exoplanets
If you want your telescope application to be considered, you may have to assess a few proposals yourself...
If one of the landing legs is a bit stuck or the lunar module hatch is jammed then just get your hands on the Haynes manual...
It is probably not what astronauts would use as their tool bag when in space...
This month was undoubtedly a good time to be an astronomer...
Anyone who lives in a cold climate knows that adding salt to ice will cause it to melt...
'...2009 promises to be an illuminating year for dark matter'.
Telescopes spy gamma-ray burst from 13 billion years ago