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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 15,000 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.

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Planetary Society Blog

LightSail 2’s launch window opens on June 22, and we are finalizing plans for our launch viewing celebrations. Once we have finished coordinating the details with the Air Force’s STP-2 mission team and the Kennedy Space Center, we will share them with all of our members and backers so that you can join us in person or remotely via the internet.

05/21/2019

Planetary Society Blog

The spacecraft is healthy and safe, but time is running out to collect a second sample from asteroid Ryugu.

05/21/2019

Space.com

Watch India Launch a New Earth-Watching Satellite Tonight!India is launching a new Earth-observation satellite today (May 21), and you can watch it lift off live online!

05/21/2019

Space.com

NASA Puts Mars 2020 RoverEarlier this month, engineers put the Mars 2020 rover's fully assembled spacecraft through some tests at the Space Simulator Facility at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.

05/21/2019

Breaking Science News | Sci-News.com

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have spotted aluminum monoxide (AlO) molecules in the gas surrounding Orion Source I, the 10-solar-mass protostar about 1,500 light-years away. “Disks of gas surround young stars,” said team leader Professor Shogo Tachibana from the University of Tokyo and JAXA and colleagues. “Some of the gas condenses into [...]

05/21/2019