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  1. ? Higgs-boson
  2. Not Philae on the beach
  3. NASA to test new ultra-black nanotube telescope light baffle onboard ISS this year
  4. Dark Matter Observation?
  5. Black Hole Question
  6. Fewer Australian final year school students taking science and maths
  7. NGC55 Supernova, Nova, impostor?
  8. Ascorbic Acid comparison:- Microscope images
  9. Symetry not exist in space (future for sky mechanica )
  10. A supermassive black hole in an ultra-compact dwarf galaxy - Nature
  11. Report: NASA’s Efforts to Identify Near-Earth Objects and Mitigate Hazards
  12. Photometry
  13. Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide - Latest WMO figures
  14. I'm pushing mass m OR m*g OR m*g +/- Fr
  15. The Laniakea supercluster of galaxies (you live there)
  16. I want an Astronomy career in WA - advice needed
  17. Apollo 11 Command Mod. Hatch
  18. Two Galileo GNSS satellites placed in wrong orbits
  19. VCE or CERTIV in Astronomy?
  20. Major Scientific Discoveries - Timeline
  21. 8 August - anniversary of the birth of Paul Dirac
  22. Rosetta in final approach
  23. Cosmology String Theory and Multiverses
  24. Naming objects
  25. All you ever need
  26. Rosetta's comet is a contact binary!
  27. New ultra black nanotube material proposed for telescope flocking
  28. what is science..the word..the system..your view
  29. Catalogs and Atlases of galaxies on the Internet
  30. New Horizons craft
  31. BOSS 102 & Not Out!
  32. The loneliest globular - ejected from Virgo Cluster?
  33. Inflation deflated???
  34. Is Saturn actually a brown dwarf ?
  35. Galaxy Bulges & Elliptical Galaxies: Understandable(!) Lecture
  36. Sentient life elsewhere in the Milky Way
  37. News+Views (2) : Ultra Compact Dwarfs; Hubble Const.; Old stellar populations
  38. Sophisticated instrument set to search for axion
  39. News & Reviews - Milky Way, M31, supermassive clusters, M83
  40. Does Light Have To Speed Off?
  41. NGC1399 - Globular Clusters "swarm" image
  42. Exciting conferences: (1) Milky Way (2) Time Machines
  43. Globulars -vs open clusters
  44. Forensic Astronomy: The Curious Case of Wr20a
  45. looking for info on Nova Puppis 1942 cp puppis
  46. Extragalactic astronomy; some "hot" recent results
  47. Westerlund 2: Here we go again . . .
  48. Telescope collecting light
  49. Mathematics and War.
  50. A very sharp image of Westerlund 1
  51. Massive clusters Westerlund 1 & 2 - hot pix!!
  52. Dark matter in the news
  53. A New Galactic Yardstick
  54. Discovery of our Galaxy's spiral structure -as it happened
  55. Proxima Centauri motion
  56. Online catalogue of Galaxies
  57. First Ring System Around Asteroid
  58. Magellanic madness
  59. New planetoid found
  60. VPHAS+ ...The ultimate H-alpha survey? Can amateurs do better?!
  61. NASA's Spitzer Telescope - JPL Announcement
  62. Fierce solar storm missed Earth by 9 days on 23 July 2012
  63. A question about momentum
  64. Gravitational Waves???
  65. Fast facts about nearby dwarf galaxy NGC 625
  66. 13 Giant Nearby Galaxies
  67. Mt Stromlo - $150 million Funding to track space junk
  68. Crispr - A Powerful New Way to Edit DNA
  69. Why are people not so interested in Astronomy?
  70. Kepler telescope team announce 715 new planets
  71. Close conjunction Moon / Venus
  72. NuSTAR - Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array
  73. You don't always need a telescope....
  74. E3, now for the really bad news
  75. E3 in Chamaeleon and what the ?? are 'yellow stragglers'?
  76. Oldest Known Star found by ANU Team
  77. Who said that Professional Astronomers and Amateurs cannot work togeather!!!!.
  78. Sound recordings
  79. Snowball Chaos ..?
  80. Hawking: Information Preservation and Weather Forecasting for Black Holes
  81. Geological Activity on Moon
  82. Einstein Field Equations for beginners
  83. Gemini Exo Planet Imager delivers Peta Pictoris B
  84. Astronomers Discover a Double Take of Exploding Stars in a Distant Galaxy
  85. Interesting thread on Cloudy Nights
  86. Solar powered steam engine with storage
  87. Researchers demo eye cells survive passing through inkjet printer nozzle
  88. DARPA to deliver new telescope to Western Australia
  89. Latest Theory - Rainbow Gravity
  90. Possible 200km-high water geysers detected on Europa? Paper in journal Science.
  91. Advances in Quantum Physics
  92. A very non-BOSS supernova event
  93. DNA of 400,000 year old hominid sequenced
  94. Cassini takes new images Hexagon storm
  95. Somthing interesting
  96. Peanut shaped MilkyWay Galaxy
  97. BOSS SN81 - something different
  98. Comprehensive recent overview of galaxy Morphology & Classification
  99. Actual Universe vs Observable Universe
  100. WLM, a fun challenge for us
  101. first-ever pictures of Milky Way’s early years
  102. New Scientist - Solar activity heads for lowest low in four centuries
  103. Curious to know how to determine direction at Earth poles
  104. AAO's new HERMES advanced multi-spectrograph being commisioned now
  105. while watching 'Gravity'...
  106. Asteroid P/2013 P5 found by Hubble to have six comet-like tails
  107. SKA information
  108. 1930 Tolman surface brightness test and Michelson Morley
  109. Our Galaxy - brilliant (but very hard) set of recent lectures
  110. Far away galaxies are very active!
  111. ASKAP - Phased Array Receiver scoops engineering awards
  112. R Aquarii and Cederblad CE211
  113. Cartoon - Is astrometry more important than cosmology?
  114. A gas giant with no home star
  115. Higgs & Englebert Nobel Prize
  116. ALMA described - a nice, easy, chatty article
  117. ALMA nearly complete. VLA closed until further notice!
  118. Molecular outflow in NGC 253 (continued) - implications for galaxy evolution
  119. Massive molecular outflow in NGC 253 - galaxies that expel lots of gas
  120. Hot new symposium about spiral & irreg. galaxies
  121. List of satellites of M31 & the Milky Way Galaxy
  122. Serious semi-popular book on Milky Way - a long awaited event
  123. Prawn'd!
  124. Antares Rocket Launch
  125. 2013 EPSC London
  126. Cubesat update (ArduSat)
  127. Centaurus Cluster of Galaxies - part II
  128. Centaurus Cluster of Galaxies - Part I
  129. Star 'chains' in NGC 7492 Aquarius
  130. Hubble Bubble
  131. BOSS Supernova 72
  132. Shedding Light on Black Holes
  133. Does Betelgeuse (and other giants) have a photosphere ?
  134. Kepler Space Telescope unfixable
  135. Europa mission wish list
  136. End of Siding Spring Survey
  137. BOSS new distant SN
  138. planetary nebula M 1-41 ?
  139. Microscopes for serious beginners - which brand?
  140. Moon/High Tide Issue
  141. Black body radiation may be attractive
  142. Question for the palaeontologists/geologists
  143. BOSS jackpot?
  144. Abell 3574 (IC 4329 Group) - CONTINUED (from Observationsforum)
  145. Image of inter-galaxy light in The Virgo Cluster
  146. Parker, Parker, Parker!
  147. Interesting Article - Quantum Tunneling
  148. Two more PSN for Stu Parker
  149. Imaging Source Joins with Celestron
  150. Hubble did not discover the expansion of the Universe!!
  151. Is there life around Gliese 667C ?
  152. BL Tel -A slow eclipsing binary
  153. Supernova in Antennae
  154. NASA aims to reduce asteroid threat
  155. Goodness gracious ...
  156. Black holes
  157. Eclipse of the sun from Saturn
  158. Graphene - a new high-sensitivity photon detector
  159. Bootes Void
  160. Superb new film of Great Attractor & local flow
  161. What would happen is the Sun goes off NOW ?
  162. Sub-millimeter Astronomy & Herschel Space Observatory
  163. Astronomers rewrite life story of stars
  164. BOSS discovery now published in The Astrophysical Journal.
  165. Observing Occultations Using Video: A Beginner's Guide
  166. Does Galactic extinction affect our observing
  167. Genius or Crackpot?
  168. NGC 5128 - disks & multiple mergers - Ongoing galaxy formation!
  169. New Class of Supernova
  170. watch the beast devour a snack
  171. From Steam Engines to Information Theory
  172. Sextans A observations and history
  173. Brilliant GRB Blast
  174. The Keeling Curve
  175. NGC 253 - an optical/infrared comparison
  176. Meteorite?
  177. BOSS SN way down South
  178. Saturn, OZ amateurs track Vortex from great storm 0f 2011
  179. Galaxy Zoo and citizen science
  180. High altitude ballooning
  181. New bright BOSS supernova
  182. Photons run out of loopholes
  183. Trumpler 14 - another Massive Young cluster in our Galaxy
  184. Our Galaxy - Structure & Evolution - recent review
  185. Astronomers find most Earth-like planets yet
  186. Researchers at UNSW announce high-reliability silicon substrate qubit
  187. Quantum Mechanics is spooky ... and hard
  188. Addition to Supernova Theory
  189. New Planetary Nebula?
  190. NGC 3603 - Open cluster or Young Globular....or What?
  191. Discovering Asteroids or Comets in Your Image Data
  192. Become a "Galaxies Expert" - resources & shortcuts & timesavers
  193. The Polonnaruwa meteorite - non terrestrial biology?
  194. Book review - Oxford Companion to Cosmology
  195. Galaxy Distances - convert Distance Modulus to Distance!
  196. Cometary Activity increase - A Cause ?
  197. Galaxy Distances - Catalog of 1791 distances (Tully et al, 2008)
  198. Comet could hit Mars
  199. Parallax measurements of Asteroid 2012 DA14
  200. Kepler 37b
  201. Russian Meteorite - Prediction and Protection
  202. BOSS very bright Supernova alert
  203. supernova remnant versus planetary nebula
  204. More details of Chang’e-2 encounter with Toutatis revealed
  205. Heliophysics Roadmap
  206. Astrojunk's Amphitheatre
  207. Dark matter = gravitino?
  208. Are space ships visable, mano a mano?
  209. Nearby GRB in year 775 ?
  210. Betelgeuse heads for a collision
  211. calcuating time taken for interstellar travel
  212. Catalogs of Galaxy Groups - Cats of Multiple Groups explained
  213. Finding the Source of the Pioneer Spacecraft Deceleration Anomaly
  214. 2 black holes
  215. Tyc 5881-1190-1
  216. Martian meteorite discovered 2011 reveals clues of planet's past
  217. 100 years of modern cosmology
  218. (Almost) new Mira
  219. BOSS PSN50 in PGC18880
  220. Planets found closer to home
  221. BOSS team SN 50
  222. Some of the earliest galaxies in the universe
  223. Solar Vapor Generation Enabled by Nanoparticles
  224. Yandex - a good search engine for science information
  225. M65 and M66 - GALEX image of the day
  226. NGC922 - southern ring galaxy - new Hubble Image
  227. Mega Builders - ATLAS collider at the LHC
  228. Saturn Polar Hexagon
  229. BOSS - a great year
  230. Interview on ABC Radio National about BOSS
  231. Hubble helps find candidate for most distant object in the Universe yet observed
  232. BOSS Supernova 48...
  233. BOSS supernova 47, and my 4th supernova discovery.
  234. New Possible Supernova in NGC1365
  235. Check those wide field images!!
  236. SN2009ip Oct 6 UT
  237. Significant Sites for Southern Deep Sky Surveys
  238. Stars Blazing Fast Orbit Around The Milky Way's Black Hole
  239. Two black holes in M22 discivered
  240. Recent BOSS Supernova discoveries
  241. Time Forever ..?
  242. NASA's Chandra Shows Milky Way is Surrounded by Halo of Hot Gas
  243. Planets around binary stars
  244. Defies Logic?
  245. Quantum test pricks uncertainty
  246. ESA breaks world quantum teleportation record
  247. Fermi Bubbles
  248. Best ever Southern Galaxies atlas - Carnegie-Irvine Survey
  249. Graphity ..?
  250. undergrad uni courses