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This Doppler image of near-Earth asteroid 2012 LZ1 was taken using the monster Arecibo radio telescope... and showed the rock was twice as big as originally thought!

This Doppler image of near-Earth asteroid 2012 LZ1 was taken using the monster Arecibo radio telescope... and showed the rock was twice as big as originally thought!

New ultra high resolution photos of Earth showing many shades of colours and hues, shot by Russians...

Stunning high-resolution photo shows Earth's many hues

New ultra high resolution photos of Earth showing many shades of colours and hues, shot by Russians...

Deflated SuperMoon taken by astronaut André Kuipers from the International Space Station on May 5, 2012, as the perigee full Moon set behind the Earth’s limb. The Earth’s atmosphere bends light from the Moon, acting like a lens, pushing the bottom part of the Moon up into the top.

Deflated SuperMoon taken by astronaut André Kuipers from the International Space Station on May 5, 2012, as the perigee full Moon set behind the Earth’s limb. The Earth’s atmosphere bends light from the Moon, acting like a lens, pushing the bottom part of the Moon up into the top.

Science! "To scale, if the Earth/Sun distance were one inch, a light year would be exactly one mile."

Science! "To scale, if the Earth/Sun distance were one inch, a light year would be exactly one mile."

Hubbles view of the weird galaxy NGC 4980. Why is it weird? Click the pic to find out! Credit: NASA/ESA

Hubbles view of the weird galaxy NGC 4980. Why is it weird? Click the pic to find out! Credit: NASA/ESA

What was your first Moment of Science?    [That's me and my daughter when she was a *very* Little Astronomer.]

What was your first Moment of Science? [That's me and my daughter when she was a *very* Little Astronomer.]

Cassini spies the backlit icy plumes of water geysers on Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus.    Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI

Cassini spies the backlit icy plumes of water geysers on Saturn's tiny moon Enceladus. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SSI

#Purdue physicists part of discovery of rare particle decay predicted by the Standard Model

#Purdue physicists part of discovery of rare particle decay predicted by the Standard Model

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