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Tour of Pluto
Tour of Pluto
During the summer of 2015, scientists and the public alike were treated to a flood of images and discoveries about Pluto as the New Horizon spacecraft made an unprecedented flyby of the dwarf planet. (2016-09-16)
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Tour of Pluto (09-16-2016)
During the summer of 2015, scientists and the public alike were treated to a flood of images and discoveries about Pluto as the New Horizon spacecraft made an unprecedented flyby of the dwarf planet.

- Related Links:
--  X-ray Detection Sheds New Light on Pluto

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Tour of RCW 103 (09-12-2016)
When stars have more than about 8 times as much mass as the Sun, they end their lives in a spectacular explosion called a supernova.

- Related Links:
--  Young Magnetar Likely the Slowest Pulsar Ever Detected

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A Tour of CL J1001 (08-31-2016)
Galaxy clusters are incredibly important objects in the Universe since they are the largest objects in the Universe held together by gravity.

- Related Links:
--  Record-breaking Galaxy Cluster Discovered

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A Tour of G11.2-0.3 (08-18-2016)
While they may sound like very different and distinct fields, astronomy and history can intersect in very interesting and important ways.

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--  Supernova Ejected from the Pages of History

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A Tour of IC 2497 (08-12-2016)
A galaxy and a cloud of cool gas located about 680 million light years from Earth.

- Related Links:
--  Cloverleaf Quasar
--  SDSS J1254+0846

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A Tour of GJ 3253 (08-05-2016)
A low-mass red dwarf star about 31 light years away from Earth.

- Related Links:
--  Neon Abundance in Nearby Stars
--  What Might Happen If Our Sun Had A Twin

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A Tour of GRB 140903A (07-19-2016)
Gamma-ray bursts are some of the most powerful explosions in the Universe.

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--  Chandra Finds Evidence for Violent Stellar Merger

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A Tour of VLA J2130+12 (06-27-2016)
Astronomers have found many black holes both here in our Milky Way galaxy and beyond.

- Related Links:
--  Clandestine Black Hole May Represent New Population

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A Tour of TW Hya (06-15-2016)
One of the most exciting developments in astronomy in the last couple of decades has been the discovery and study of planets around stars other than our Sun.

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--  Smaller Stars Pack Big X-ray Punch For Would-be Planets

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What Do Olympic Athletes and Objects in Space have in Common? (06-03-2016)
The AstrOlympics project explores the spectacular range of science that we can find both in the impressive feats of the Olympic Games as well as in cosmic phenomena throughout the Universe.

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--  AstrOlympics Project

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