This Week in Astronomy (Nov 2-8)

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ASTRONOMY THIS WEEK – NOV 2-8, 2013

• One in Five Suns has Habitable World: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-24824007

• Amazing Asteroid ‘Sprinkler’ with Six Tails Discovered by Hubble Space Telescope: http://www.nasa.gov/press/2013/november/nasas-hubble-sees-asteroid-spouting-six-comet-like-tails/index.html#.UnzEin8f0vU

• Black Hole Found In Globular Cluster M62: http://www.science20.com/news_articles/black_hole_globular_cluster_m62-123867

• From One Collapsing Star, Two Black Holes Form and Fuse: http://www.tgdaily.com/space-features/81300-from-one-collapsing-star-two-black-holes-form-and-fuse#M90WADjoBEfJdbiE.99

• X-ray Space Telescope of the Future Could Launch in 2028: http://www.space.com/23440-athena-xray-space-telescope-2028.html

• India Shoots for Mars: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/11/131106-india-mars-probe-science-planet-space/

• Supernova Spotted by 10-year-old N.S. Boy: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/supernova-spotted-by-10-year-old-n-s-boy-1.2335657

• Arecibo Observatory 50th Anniversary: http://www.naic.edu/general/

• Recognizing Giant Leaps: Google Lunar XPRIZE Establishes Milestone Prizes (Op-Ed): http://www.space.com/23503-google-lunar-xprize-milestone-prizes.html

• The 200-year-old Mystery of Mercury’s Orbit — Solved! http://io9.com/the-200-year-old-mystery-of-mercurys-orbit-solved-1458642219

 

Full story at Stellar Eyes: http://www.stellareyes.com/news/photo-sharing/item/74-this-week-in-astronomy.html#sthash.qoeLHlZS.dpuf

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About ~ wolfrayetstar

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