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  1. Pro-Am Planetary Observations at Pic du Midi (5 replies)
  2. Researchers Find Evidence Of Distant Outer Planet (97 replies)
  3. Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (18 replies)
  4. KIC 8462852 Observations (145 replies)
  5. Gaia making a 3D-map of a Billion stars (34 replies)
  6. Exoplanet Discoveries (101 replies)
  7. Exoplanet Atmospheres (3 replies)
  8. HST and 'dark matter' (49 replies)
  9. New image processing technique finds planets in 1998 archival Hubble image (2 replies)
  10. James Webb Space Telescope (82 replies)
  11. Moved: Ground-based image reduction in support of Juno (-- replies)
  12. Another star showing bizarre circumstellar activity (3 replies)
  13. Adaptive Optics (18 replies)
  14. Niku the rebel (0 replies)
  15. New dwarf planet! 2015 RR245 (4 replies)
  16. Kepler Mission (1260 replies)
  17. Makemake has a moon (2 replies)
  18. September 10, 2012 Jupiter Impact (7 replies)
  19. A repeating fast radio burst (2 replies)
  20. Fast Radio Bursts: First Distance Measurement (2 replies)
  21. Super Earth Atmosphere Detected (3 replies)
  22. Potentially major ALMA array discovery? (40 replies)
  23. Binary exoplanet found? (0 replies)
  24. Pale Red Dot - Proxima Cen planet search (0 replies)
  25. Wolf 1061c (1 reply)
  26. Gravity Probe-B results (1 reply)
  27. New Alpha Centauri planets quest, thanks to TPS ! (45 replies)
  28. SPHERE (8 replies)
  29. Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (12 replies)
  30. "surprise discovery" in the outer Solar System (72 replies)
  31. Gravitational waves - finally (24 replies)
  32. Hubble Captures Rare Triple-Moon Conjunction (2 replies)
  33. Mars Comet Encounter Observations (134 replies)
  34. SOFIA (16 replies)
  35. Planet formation captured in photo. (11 replies)
  36. SPRINT-A (13 replies)
  37. Gemini Planet Imager (5 replies)
  38. Y a borderline between planet and star (0 replies)
  39. Rogue Planets and the Webb (2 replies)
  40. WISE (133 replies)
  41. How soon could extrasolar planets have been discovered? (10 replies)
  42. Bright supernova explodes in nearby galaxy M82 (4 replies)
  43. PLATO (3 replies)
  44. IBEX (1 reply)
  45. Third-closest star system discovered (15 replies)
  46. New class of hypervelocity stars (2 replies)
  47. Hubble probes the atmosphere of GJ 1214b (0 replies)
  48. Herschel: the first science highlights (19 replies)
  49. Supernova light travel across a significant distance of the universe. (0 replies)
  50. First sub-Earth mass moon of an extrasolar Gas Giant Found? (2 replies)
  51. Asteroid P/2013 P5, a cosmic dust buster? (3 replies)
  52. PSO J318.5-22 (1 reply)
  53. NuSTAR observations and results (0 replies)
  54. Big storm on Saturn (130 replies)
  55. COROT planets (181 replies)
  56. Hubble telescope find planet forming where there should be none (0 replies)
  57. Astro2010: Astronomy and Astrophysics Decadal Survey (3 replies)
  58. Planck results (2 replies)
  59. Spectra taken of planets at 128 ly (3 replies)
  60. Comet ISON (5 replies)
  61. Pulsar defies all known theories of its behavior (0 replies)
  62. Galactic geysers - source of our galaxys magnetic field. (0 replies)
  63. Lovejoy sungrazer spectra ? (0 replies)
  64. China sets its sights on the stars (0 replies)
  65. Planet-Forming Disk Vanishes In Less Than Two Years (8 replies)
  66. Space observatories (25 replies)
  67. NuSTAR (1 reply)
  68. Exoplanet catalog? (4 replies)
  69. EChO - Exoplanet Characterisation Observatory (2 replies)
  70. GLAST - Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (56 replies)
  71. Ancient Supernova News (0 replies)
  72. comet P/2011 P1 (0 replies)
  73. Binocular-visible supernova in Ursa Major (2 replies)
  74. Spektr-R - a new radio telescope! (15 replies)
  75. Jupiter-mass diamond orbiting pulsar PSR J1719-1438 (7 replies)
  76. Asteroid 596 Scheila "Outburst" (19 replies)
  77. SIM Status (2 replies)
  78. Chandra news conference Nov 15 (6 replies)
  79. Members' observations (66 replies)
  80. ESO image processing contest (0 replies)
  81. CCD usage onboard unmanned space missions (5 replies)
  82. ESO's Hidden Treasures (1 reply)
  83. (Over-) crowded L2 point? (7 replies)
  84. Gliese 581g: 3-Earth-mass planet in the habitable zone (20 replies)
  85. System with 7 likely planets (0 replies)
  86. Hubble observes Saturn... (11 replies)
  87. Chandra Image Processing Tutorials (5 replies)
  88. Jupiter Impact 2009 (113 replies)
  89. Akari results (4 replies)
  90. Happy 20th Anniversary, Hubble! (2 replies)
  91. Any plans or studies for an "Occultation sensor"? (2 replies)
  92. Asteroid Occultation- Los Angeles TONIGHT! (7 replies)
  93. Spitzer Liquid He (30 replies)
  94. Antenna & tracking stations (30 replies)
  95. LINEAR (1 reply)
  96. Hubble Space Telescope's amazing discoveries (12 replies)
  97. Herschel Space Observatory (62 replies)
  98. X-ray Space Telescope Gets Longer Lease on Life (0 replies)
  99. CFHT "Legacy" image (1 reply)
  100. New image of Galactic Centre (10 replies)
  101. New Hubble images - Sept 9th (27 replies)
  102. Did I just see Ken Kremer at the Hubble press conference? (2 replies)
  103. List of Very Large Ground-Based Optical Telescopes (17 replies)
  104. Jupiter impact? (2 replies)
  105. Close binary system with disk (1 reply)
  106. Video of Ganymede occulting Io (1 reply)
  107. Exoplanetary atmospheres, part 2 (2005-2006) (7 replies)
  108. Exoplanetary atmospheres, part 1 (1997-2004) (0 replies)
  109. 10 years Chandra X-ray Observatory (0 replies)
  110. Planck Mission (16 replies)
  111. Hubble Finds Hidden Exoplanet in Archival Data (0 replies)
  112. Amateur ISS spotting (18 replies)
  113. WSO-UV (1 reply)
  114. Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) (0 replies)
  115. Light Pollution. (0 replies)
  116. Kepler Mission Webcast (17 replies)
  117. GLAST / Fermi and gamma-ray bursters (5 replies)
  118. Galaxy Zoo 2 is now "live" (6 replies)
  119. Send Your Name into Space with the Kepler Mission (6 replies)
  120. HD80606b visible with a small telescope (6 replies)
  121. Stunning APOD pic of Galactic Center (1 reply)
  122. Second Inner Oort Cloud Object Found (22 replies)
  123. Shoemaker-Levy 9 & HST (4 replies)
  124. Hubble MOVIE: Ganymede passing behind Jupiter (1 reply)
  125. Bulgarian astronomers discover a new asteroid! (1 reply)
  126. JDEM Latest (0 replies)
  127. Stars orbiting Milky Way's central black hole (1 reply)
  128. "major" extrasolar planet discovery by Hubble (90 replies)
  129. Pan-STARRS and Outrigger (1 reply)
  130. Asteroid belts and Oort cloud in other solar systems (4 replies)
  131. Hubble Switchover to Side B (28 replies)
  132. "Classic" Extrasolar Planets (1 reply)
  133. Huge Applet, Unsearchable Terrestrials (8 replies)
  134. Hubble Side A controls fail (2 replies)
  135. Planets collide (6 replies)
  136. First pic of a planet orbiting a Sun-like star..? (67 replies)
  137. Hubble Servicing Mission (20 replies)
  138. EURO-VO Astronomical Infrastructure for Data Access (AIDA) (0 replies)
  139. Laser frequency comb (0 replies)
  140. Amateur Space Telescope (4 replies)
  141. Unusual dark matter distribution in Abell 520 (4 replies)
  142. Radar Tweaks (1 reply)
  143. The Spitzer Milky Way (3 replies)
  144. Story about CHIPSat (2 replies)
  145. HST Observation of Epsilon Eridani (8 replies)
  146. Ground-Based Telescopes (10 replies)
  147. Super Earths (10 replies)
  148. WMAP inspired Big Bang Theories (1 reply)
  149. Milky Way Spiral (4 replies)
  150. Gp-b Dead. Data Taking Complete. (29 replies)
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