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Hubble Spots an Intergalactic String of Pearls
The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a picture of a "necklace" of infant stars stretching for 100,000 light-years between two elliptical galaxies.
Uniview by SCISS Data: SOHO (ESA & NASA), John Bochanski (Haverford College) and Jackie Faherty (American Museum of Natural History and Carnegie Institute's Department of Terrestrial Magnetism)
Found! Most Distant Stars in the Milky Way Galaxy
The distance to newly discovered stars at the edge of the Milky Way is almost "too large to comprehend."
Neil Armstrong Book Gets Inside a Moonwalker's Mind
What was it like inside the mind of the late moonwalker Neil Armstrong? You can get a rough idea by reading "Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight."
Rick Sternbach / Planetary Society
LightSail 1 Solar Sail Due for SpaceX Launch in 2016
The Planetary Society says its LightSail 1 experimental solar sail will hitch a ride into orbit aboard a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket in April 2016.
Planet of the Stinky Apes: Gorillas Use B.O. as Weapon
Silverback gorillas can broadcast their presence with a stinky stench, or turn off their body odor to hide from strangers, new research suggests.
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Confirmed! Voyager 1 Probe Is in Interstellar Space
New readings collected by NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft have helped scientists confirm that the far-flung probe is cruising through interstellar space.
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Shocking! Geckos Use Electricity to Stick to Walls
A new study claims that static electricity is the primary reason geckos can climb up smooth surfaces.
Darryl Webb / Reuters
Look, Up in the Sky! It's Supermoon! Or Is It?
The first of this summer's three supersized full moons will rise in the sky this week — which raises a big question: How do you define a Supermoon?
M. Kornmesser / N. Risinger / Skysurvey.org / IAU
Astronomers Create System for Naming Alien Planets
The International Astronomical Union unveils a contest that gives the public and astronomy groups a role in naming planets beyond our solar system.
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