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NASA alerts us to what's happening in the June sky. Jupiter is big and bright and visible all night, and the moon lines up with Jupiter and Saturn.Read the Post
Restored by the British Film Institute, this eclipse of the sun was filmed in the first year of the 20th century.Read the Post
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission to the asteroid Bennu needs extra pairs of eyes to help choose its sample collection site on the asteroid – and to look for anything else that might be scientifically interesting.Read the Post
NASA reported on May 16, 2019 that the agency has awarded $45.5 million, the funds spread between eleven companies, including Boeing in Texas, Lockheed in Colorado, Masten Space Systems, Aerojet Rocketdyne, SpaceX and SSL in California, among others.Read the Post
The New York Times has created an Astronomy and Space Calendar that you can add to your Google and iOS calendars.Read the Post
"The Bay Area’s last telescope store is heading to court over claims that Asian manufacturers worked together to monopolize the American market..."
The San Francisco Chronical article by Sophia Kunthara was published on April 3, 2019