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The Most Distant Galaxy Has Been Discovered

Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have made another amazing discovery: a galaxy 13.4 billion light years away from us. The galaxy, named GN-z11 is the most distant Galaxy ever found. The age of the Galaxy is estimated to be … Continue reading

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8 Must – See Documentaries About Space

Dear friends, if you are interested in space exploration I guess you’ll like these documentaries. They show the greatness of the galaxies, awe-inspiring cosmos and will change your perception of the world around us:

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New Horizons -First NASA`s Spacecraft to Fly by Pluto!

On July 14, 2015 NASA’s spacecraft New Horizons became the first probe to ever visit Pluto. It successfully flew past the icy planet at 7:49 am EDT Tuesday.

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Astronomy Tutor Notes Mercury Greatest Elongation

Astronomy tutor Dirk Wagner Notes Mercury’s Greatest Elongation today on May 7th at 05:26 UT. Mercury will be well placed for observation in the evening sky, shining brightly at magnitude of 0.38.

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Astronomy Tutors Show The Night Sky

When astronomy tutors show constellations on a night sky students usually pay a lot of attention and have a great time. This was precisely the case when three TutorZ employees visited the Astronomical Observatory in Nikolaev on an outing on … Continue reading

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