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Pollution from new technologies threatens astronomy

Pollution from new technologies threatens astronomy

Author: Dan Garisto / Source: Science News for Students This panoramic view of the night sky was taken in Arizona. It shows how light from Winslow, Phoenix and Flagstaff (red and green spots, left to right, starting at 90°) makes it harder to see the stars....

Pollution is endangering the future of astronomy

Pollution is endangering the future of astronomy

Author: Dan Garisto / Source: Science News SKY GLOW This panoramic view of the night sky from Meteor Crater in Arizona shows how light from Winslow, Phoenix and Flagstaff (left to right, starting at 90°) makes it harder to see the stars. OXON HILL, Md. —...

The first Cassini to explore Saturn was a person

The first Cassini to explore Saturn was a person

Author: Tom Siegfried / Source: Science News The Cassini, a spacecraft designed to look and observe Saturn, is in its final days. The Spacecraft, of course, was named after the Astronomer who spent a period of his time studying both Jupiter and Saturn. While his focus...

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