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Tag Archives: Space

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  • 9
    Jul

    2020

    Artist’s impression of Perseverance on the Martian surface.

    Mars: The nearest part of the biological universe?

    Author of The Biological Universe, Wallace Arthur, discusses what we can expect from the NASA Mars 2020 mission. The launch date is correct at time of publication....

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  • 9
    Oct

    2013

    Summer Stargazing Photo Contest

    The votes are in—see winning photos from our summer contest! All of the submissions were phenomenal, so be sure to check out the slideshow below to see the gallery of photos....

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  • 30
    Aug

    2013

    The Stars This Summer

    With Summer Stargazing at its end, take a look at some of the latest entries in our astrophotography contest. There's still time to send in your photos before September 15!...

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  • 19
    Aug

    2013

    Into the Intro: Life Beyond Earth

    For thousands of years, human beings have wondered if we are alone in the universe. Only recently have we developed the technology to investigate by exploring the far reaches of space for signs of lif...

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  • 5
    Jul

    2013

    Summer Stargazing

    So you'd like to be an amateur astronomer? You love looking at the stars but aren't sure what to look for or what you're seeing? You just don't know where to start? Never fear, the Cambridge astronomy...

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  • 16
    Mar

    2010

    Our Changing Planet Picks

    Congratulations to Michael D. King, Claire L. Parkinson, Kim C. Partington, and Robin G. Williams, editors of Our Changing Planet: The View from Space for winning the Best of Show 2009-2010 and Distinguished...

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