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Astronomy Today is an astronomy news aggregator with news, articles and information from different sources on astronomy, astrobiology, space and planetary exploration with a huge archive of more than 30,000 news articles updated daily.

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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.

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ESA Top News

Forward to the Moon: An interactive publication about our natural satellite!Forward to the Moon This is an interactive publication about our natural satellite

05/12/2022

ESA Top News

Smarter satellites: ESA Discovery accelerates AI in spaceCould we capitalise on the Earth-based digital revolution to make our satellites smarter?ESA Discovery is funding 12 projects that will explore the potential of applying the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced computing paradigms to make satellites more reactive, agile and autonomous. This could generate new practical applications that support life on Earth and our exploration of other planets.

05/12/2022

Astrobiology

When stars like our Sun use up all their fuel, they shrink to form white dwarfs....

05/12/2022

Planetary Society Blog

With the help of the world's most powerful supercomputer and new artificial intelligence techniques, an international team of researchers has theorized how the extreme conditions in stars produce carbon-12, which they describe as "a critical gateway to the birth of...

05/12/2022

Planetary Society Blog

The Closeby Habitable Exoplanet Survey (CHES) mission is proposed to discover habitable-zone Earth-like planets of the nearby solar-type stars (~10pc away from our solar system) via micro-arcsecond relative astrometry....

05/12/2022