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  1. The IceCube Neutrino Detector at the South Pole Hits Paydirt
  2. Possible "sterile neutrino" detection Fermilab, Chicago
  3. 2nd Falcon Heavy Launch Date ?
  4. A Hubble Collection - 71 Images
  5. Hubble looks back ....
  6. The End of Deep Sky Astronomy from the Ground?
  7. Discovery of a Galaxy in Cetus void of Dark Matter
  8. Julian Oey (from NSW) 2018 Shoemaker NEO Grant Winner
  9. Once every Billion Years, eh.....
  10. Saturn Iarus paper March 1st 2018
  11. Space X Falcon Heavy static test successful
  12. A new look at Venus with Akatsuki
  13. Highly polarized electromagnetic radiation from FRB 121102 might betray its source
  14. Mirror casting for the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT)
  15. Tube like structures on Mars
  16. Did the Solar System form in a Wolf-Rayet star bubble? - University of Chicago study
  17. Cassiopeia A.. Elements formed.
  18. Life on Earth started at least 3.465 billion years ago - West Australia fossils
  19. SkyMapper - Siding Spring
  20. Saturn's rings may be less than 200 million years old - Cassini analysis
  21. New quantum material discovered - "Weyl–Kondo semimetal"
  22. NASA Resource Prospector designed to search and process water on the Moon
  23. Google neural network helps discover two new exoplanets by scrutinizing Kepler data
  24. Excitonium - a form of matter theorized 50 years ago - finally discovered
  25. ALMA discovers infant stars surprisingly close to Milky Way supermassive black hole
  26. SKA1-Low : IEEE's Rachel Courtland provides a first-hand account from Murchinson
  27. Proper motion of stars outside Milky Way
  28. VLT Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) images enormous nebula around quasar
  29. The Cosmic Snake - Hubble investigates clumps in this gravitational lensed galaxy
  30. BL Tel
  31. Living stromatolites discovered in Tasmanian World Heritage Area
  32. Excess of antimatter positrons hitting Earth unlikely from pulsars - Dark matter ...?
  33. Relativity holds up under scrutiny - again. Lorentz invariance meaurements stay true
  34. LIGO announces detection of another black hole merger - GW170608
  35. PS1-10adi - an incredibly large explosion 2.4 billion light-years distant
  36. Earth-sized exoplanet orbiting Ross 128 only 11 light years away
  37. NASA InSight Mars Lander being readied for launch next year
  38. China new high-energy neutron source facility creates opportunities
  39. Zwicky Transient Facility First Light - engineered to catch transient events
  40. Pushing the limits of photoreception in twilight conditions - new eye cell discovered
  41. ALMA captures starbursting merger of two massive galaxies in the early Universe
  42. Stars torn apart from black holes possible source of cosmic rays and neutrinos?
  43. LHC's failure to detect new particles beyond Higgs erodes Japan accelerator plan
  44. "This is the weirdest supernova we’ve ever seen" - the star that refuses to die
  45. Mysterious geomagnetic "spike" 3000 years ago might offer clues to Earth's core
  46. Search for elusive dark matter particles proves frustrating. - Nature
  47. 13.4 Jupiter-mass planet discovered in bulge of Milky Way - microlensed
  48. CERN "bottom meson" decay experiment signals Standard Model might break
  49. ALMA detects eight chemically-rich molecular clouds in NGC 253
  50. Large Millimeter Telescope detects second most distant star-forming galaxy to date
  51. Is Life Most Likely Around Sun-like Stars?
  52. Gravitational microlensing, TCP J05074264+2447555
  53. Quark fusion theorized University of Chicago - Nature
  54. Cold dust belt discovered around Proxima Centauri
  55. Discovery of big void in Great Pyramid using cosmic muons - Nature
  56. Most massive planet to be transiting an M-dwarf discovered. Astronomers surprised
  57. Quantum thermodynamics attempts to bend the rules - Nature
  58. Protons & anti-protons appear to have same magnetic moment - why did matter dominate?
  59. Comet C/2017 U1 - MPC compute may be first observed interstellar comet?
  60. Google Maps Pluto
  61. Infrared detector flaw delays ESA Euclid space telescope
  62. Keeping tabs on virus H7N9
  63. Asteroid 2016 HO3
  64. Neural networked AlphaGo Zero teaches itself to become a Go master in three days
  65. neutron star merger produced a bit of gold and platinum
  66. Neutron star merger provides independent Hubble constant measurement
  67. what, no ligo/ego/fermi yet?
  68. Did star HD 240430 devour its own rocky planetary children?
  69. Two groups claim to have found half the missing matter in the Universe
  70. Bizarre Dwarf Planet Haumea Has Rings
  71. How US power grid operators managed the solar eclipse
  72. Stress-Testing a Hypothetical Global Power Grid
  73. Nobel Prize in Physics 2017 - Weiss, Barish and Thorne
  74. Fourth Gravitational Wave Event Detected
  75. SMC Classification
  76. Isotope geochemistry
  77. AAO SAMI instrument helps measure how galaxy's spin affects its shape
  78. Most detailed star image yet
  79. Supernovae Type 1a Distance Modulus
  80. Researchers digitally store a movie into a living organism's DNA. Biocomputer created
  81. Mantis Shrimp - the ultimate visual observer
  82. JPL's Design for a Clockwork Rover to Explore Venus - IEEE Spectrum
  83. History of EQ mounts
  84. Can Elite Dangerous approach a star really that close ?
  85. 2014 MU69 - New Horizons' next stop
  86. HOTT planet characterised with help from oz AAs
  87. Another BH merger detected by LIGO
  88. JUPITER - From the eyes of NASA Juno Spacecraft
  89. Is the universe alive?
  90. High Altitude Ballooning advice
  91. Dark energy... illusion or not?
  92. Citizen Science used in the search of Gravitational Waves
  93. Uni Texas -electricity market change allows more renewables less reserves
  94. ANU - Zooniverse - planet 9
  95. Astronomy Course free on-line by Duke University
  96. Tesla Teams With Tiny Hawaiian Utility to Store Solar - IEEE
  97. NASA plans to make a telescope out of the Sun
  98. Can Ultraprecise Time Measurements Warp Space?
  99. New Solar Scope
  100. Single Atom Serves as World's Smallest Magnet and Data Storage Device
  101. New lithium/sodium-glass battery shows promise says lithium-ion battery co-inventor
  102. Liquid lens "smart glasses" prototyped at University of Utah
  103. New Record: Paralyzed Man Uses Brain Implant to Type Eight Words Per Minute
  104. Scientists Measure Single Quantum of Heat - Confirm Wiedemann–Franz Law
  105. Four IEEE Fellows Share Queen Elizabeth £1 Million Prize for Digital Image Sensors
  106. Is Betelgeuse really a red supergiant ?
  107. Manipulating Nothingness - The Quantum World
  108. Laser Developed Atmospheric Lens (LDAL) system concept
  109. Red Nova prediction
  110. wishing to compare two Sky Quality Meters with others'
  111. Human Cells "Eat" Nanowires - prospect of exciting new therapies
  112. ANU helps find supercluster of galaxies near Milky Way
  113. Engineering CMOS image sensors to improve speed and image quality
  114. Unihedron Sky Quality Meter: observations in Victoria
  115. Charters Towers: excellent winter site?
  116. Stargazers Club of WA and meteor tracking
  117. IEEE - Can Synthetic Inertia from Wind Power Stabilize Grids?
  118. Saturn Nature Communications Paper
  119. Do the bandwidth limitations of light prevent 'beaming people up'?
  120. Accelerated expanding Universe.. or not?
  121. Measuring size
  122. Not the ISS and not a Meteor??
  123. How can three planets in our sky form a triangle?
  124. Proxima Centauri has a planet in the goldilocks zone
  125. Prof. Brian Cox – Journey into deep space
  126. Strange flashes of lights over Sydney tonight
  127. Exoplanets
  128. A radio pulsing white dwarf binary star - brightness changes every 2 minutes
  129. The Search for Dark Matter - Butterworth Article
  130. Black Hole Question
  131. The size of the observable universe
  132. Has Science lost its way?
  133. Brown dwarf in clouds
  134. Hubble extended
  135. new particle at nearly 4 sigma
  136. NASA Juno Mission Trailer
  137. Funding for astronomy and science in context ...
  138. Second detection of gravitational waves by LIGO
  139. Tours of the world's largest pro telescopes - good stuff!
  140. John Sarkissian Parkes CSIRO Receives Queens Birthday Award
  141. Jellyfish galaxies: Virgo cluster M90 science in H-alpha
  142. LISA Pathfinder tests concept of space-based gravitational wave detector - IEEE
  143. Team designing laser propelled nanocraft. Reach Alpha Centauri in 20 year flight time
  144. A 2.4% Determination of the Local Value of the Hubble Constant
  145. spacex did it again!!!
  146. A light push.
  147. Wow
  148. Supernova 2016adj in NGC 5128 - Science Thread
  149. Review - "Stars and Stellar Evolution " , by De Boer & Seggewiss
  150. Caught For The First Time: The Early Flash Of An Exploding Star
  151. Review: Stellar Evolution books (easy Undergrad to early Graduate)(advanced Am.Astron
  152. BOSS...largest structure in the Universe so far.
  153. How true
  154. Are you into comets?
  155. Arecibo detects repeated fast radio burts (FRBs) for first time. Source is enigmatic.
  156. Variable Stars South Symposium 4
  157. Observation of Gravitational Waves from a Binary Black Hole Merger
  158. Parkes discovers hundreds of new galaxies hidden behind Milky Way Zone of Avoidance
  159. Do new streetlamps in LED Angeles increase LP ?
  160. New Flyover Video Of Ceres
  161. Oxygen isoptopes signature reveals Moon created from head-on collision
  162. Globular clusters may spawn new star generations by drawing gas from host galaxy
  163. Evidence grows for giant planet on fringes of Solar System
  164. New distances to planetary nebulae
  165. New trans-Neptunian object discovered?
  166. China to launch experimental quantum entanglement communications satellite in 2016
  167. Observing space curvature.
  168. InSight lander - One of five spacecraft to make their way to Mars in 2016
  169. "The First Predicted Supernova Image"
  170. Hot Jupiters contain water
  171. Exoplanets - False Positives - NASA's Kepler Observatory
  172. Tardigrade's genome sequenced - 17.5% foreign DNA - large horizontal gene transfer?
  173. Parkes detects twin fast radio bursts (FRBs)
  174. Earth's water primordial
  175. Molecular oxygen on Comet 67p-Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  176. Spooky stuff and closed loopholes
  177. Definition of kilogram set to change to physical constant
  178. Does KIC 8462852 harbour a Dyson sphere?
  179. A Catchy Science Tune.
  180. BL Tel
  181. Neutrino Oscillations
  182. NASA release of 8400 images from Apollo missions
  183. Vacuum fluctuations experiment showing
  184. NASA News Conference Monday - Major
  185. Fundamental symmetry in nature confirmed - CERN
  186. Climate Change data may need revision.
  187. Advanced LIGO - start for the search of the detection of gravitational waves
  188. New journal about telescopes & instrumentation
  189. Homo naledi, a new species of the genus Homo from the Dinaledi Chamber, South Africa
  190. Unaided-eye Deep Sky Jewels in the Southern Hemisphere
  191. Caltech's latest "artifical leaf" design to crack water into H2 & O2. IEEE Spectrum
  192. A Global High Voltage DC (HVDC) Supergrid - IEEE Spectrum article
  193. Stephen Hawking theorizes solution to black hole information paradox
  194. Disappointed.
  195. we are more crowded then we think
  196. Closest galaxy collision ever found is spectacular
  197. 51 Eridani b imaged by GPI
  198. the 'dying' universe
  199. New sunspot analysis shows rising global temperatures not linked to solar activity
  200. CERN works on superconducting shield to protect astronauts
  201. Very accurate Photometry with a DSLR
  202. Deep Antlia Galaxy Cluster image by Rolf Olsen
  203. Fat particles
  204. An analysis of the first three catalogues of southern star clusters and nebulae
  205. ABC Galaxy Explorer
  206. color contrasting southern doubles
  207. LHC confirms beauty quark obeys Standard Model but does not need Supersymmetry
  208. Paul Haese's M8 Lagoon, the untold story
  209. Weyl fermions finally discovered - ultra high mobility
  210. Mini Ice age pending.
  211. LHC confirms pentaquark
  212. why does light radiate?
  213. planetary formation
  214. Check this out....
  215. Stellar evolution theory just received a boost
  216. How does the universe end?
  217. gravity 101
  218. thought experiment?
  219. The singulary at the start of the Universe.
  220. projects I'm working on.
  221. A Challenging Question about an Infinite Universe.
  222. Double star measurements
  223. The size of the universe... scaled
  224. WANTED - Malin's deep NGC253 image in 1981 S&T
  225. Electromagnetic Drive Validated
  226. Mind boggling - Transistor Production Has Reached Astronomical Scales - IEEE Spectrum
  227. Astronomers discover supervoid 1.8 billion light years across
  228. For Science!
  229. Stable Orbit
  230. Astronomy and cosmology help for a screenplay
  231. Asteroid Hunting - Please Help!
  232. O solo mio
  233. Solar system
  234. After dark
  235. Beginner's Photometry Questions
  236. Distance & Luminosity of NGC 1097 & NGC 2997
  237. Optimizing supernova search - Which Galaxies?
  238. Emmy Noether
  239. Potential new impact structure in Qld
  240. Keen to undertake project
  241. Dwarf Galaxies ...
  242. Large- and Super- volcanoes. Local and global Effects & Hazards
  243. Astronomy/physics related activity ideas?
  244. Jawbone of earliest known hominid discovered in Ethiopian Rift Valley
  245. Gravitationally lensed supernova provides insight into dark matter distribution
  246. Background Galaxies within Andromeda
  247. Rocks show life could have flourished on Earth 3.2 billion years ago
  248. Plumes on Mars ..
  249. Review - NATMAP Digital 1:250000 maps
  250. Centaurus A Pro-amateur collaboration -Rolf Olsen