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The reason is the sun, moon and Earth don’t move to the tune of simple arithmetic.
Our Milky Way may be beautiful, but it sure can ruin our view of the cosmos.
Astronomers have found a protoplanetary disk surrounding a young star with a rather chilly secret.
Some of the greatest cosmic mysteries are closer to home than you may think.
In case you didn't know, a huge -- like, on a galactic scale -- cloud of gas is currently speeding toward our galaxy at 700,000 mph.
Although its job is to search for powerful energies emanated by distant cosmic objects, a space observatory recently turned its eye toward Earth and saw our home planet's aurora glowing brightly with powerful X-rays.
An orphan planet free-floating in space more than 100 light-years from Earth may have a parent star after all, though the relationship could hardly be considered close.
All good parties, no matter how good-natured, will inevitably leave behind some damage -- and this also rings true for young stars letting off some steam in a star-forming nebula.
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