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Astronomy.today compiles news, articles and information from thirty-three news sources on astronomy, astrobiology, space and planetary exploration, and other related topics, with an archive of more than 30,000 articles.

On our site, you will also find an online planetarium with the star catalog Hipparcos up to magnitude 8, as well as the deep sky brightest objects of Messier and Bennet catalog.

Today's latest news:


NASA Breaking News

NASA and Boeing will hold a joint teleconference at 2:30 p.m. EDT Tuesday, Oct. 19, to update media on the company’s CST-100 Starliner spacecraft.

10/15/2021

New Scientist - Space

A NASA spacecraft is set to explore ancient asteroids clumped around Jupiter. The Lucy mission will travel billions of miles in hopes of uncovering the secret beginnings of the giant outer planets

10/15/2021

Space.com

Using a technique called gravitational microlensing, which occurs when a star close to Earth momentarily aligns with a more distant star, astronomers have discovered a giant exoplanet in a Jupiter-like orbit around a white dwarf star. Located at approximately 2,000 parsecs (6,523 light-years) towards the center of our Milky Way Galaxy, this system is likely to [...]

10/15/2021

Deep Astronomy

Live now: Watch the 2021 International Mars Society Convention online this weekThe 24th Annual International Mars Society Convention begins Thursday (Oct. 17), and you can watch the whole thing online for free.

10/15/2021

Deep Astronomy

Watch live @ 3:30 pm ET: NASA talks science of Lucy mission to JupiterNASA's Lucy mission will launch on Saturday to explore the Trojan asteroids. Watch live today as scientists and engineers explain the mission.

10/15/2021