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New keys for the mystery of superdense elliptical galaxies

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The relation between the size and density of elliptical galaxies is one of the most pressing current problems in astrophysics.

NASA rover ‘Curiosity’ takes off to Mars

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The rover Curiosity of the NASA’s Mission Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) took off this Saturday (Nov. 26) towards Mars.

Constellation Ursa Major

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The constellation Ursa Major (The Big Dipper) is one of the constellations which have more stimulated the men imagination.

The galaxy NGC 4651 with a cosmic umbrella

The Umbrella Galaxy NGC 4651  | Leave a comment

A new ultra-deep astronomical image reveals a remarkable galaxy, the NGC 4651 that emits a stream of stars that ends in a huge arc.

Discarded the extinction of dinosaurs by asteroids

Discarded the extinction of dinosaurs by asteroids  | Leave a comment

New observations by NASA suggest that the Baptistina asteroid family is not the cause of the extinction of dinosaurs.

William Herschel – Biography

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William Herschel was a German astronomer who discovered Uranus and other celestial objects.

Observing the Milky Way from home – Guide

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The opalescent band of the Milky Way is made up of thousands of millions of densely clustered stars.

The first map of the Milky Way, by Herschel

Map of the Milky Way, by Herschel  | Leave a comment

The first scientific measurements of the shape of our galaxy, the Milky Way, were made by William Herschel (1738-1822).

NASA discovers the planet Kepler-16b with two Suns

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NASA’s Kepler space telescope has located a planet orbiting around two small Suns.

The birth of stars is “much more stately”

Theoretical scenario of a galaxy forming stars.  | Leave a comment

ESA says in a statement that gas is the element which establishes the birth of a star, instead of the galaxies collision.