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A graphic representation of the highest energy neutrino ever observed. NSF-funded IceCube Neutrino Observatory provides first indication of high-energy neutrinos from outside the solar system
Released November 21, 2013
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News thumbnail Cosmic finding ushers in "new age of astronomy"
Released November 21, 2013
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group of scientist IceCube pushes neutrinos to the forefront of astronomy
Released November 21, 2013
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artist's impression of the trio of super-Earths New Habitable Zone Super-Earth Found in ExoSolar System
Released November 8, 2012
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a planet ejected from the early solar system Giant Planet Ejected From the Solar System
Released November 10, 2011
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illustration of a Jupiter-like planet Astronomer Bennett's Team Discovers New Class of Planets
Released May 18, 2011
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the transiting giant planet Flipping Hot Jupiters
Released May 11, 2011
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two doughnut-shaped vortexes Physicists Discover New Way to Visualize Warped Space and Time
Released April 11, 2011
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the moon being targeted by telescopes Astronomers Use Moon in Effort to Corral Elusive Cosmic Particles
Released November 30, 2010
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image of a massive star collapsing Neutron Stars May Be Too Weak to Power Some Gamma-ray Bursts
Released November 4, 2010
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new exploding system Possible New Class of Supernovae Puts Calcium in Your Bones
Released May 19, 2010
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binary star NLTT 11748 Unique Eclipsing Binary Star System Discovered by UCSB Astrophysicists
Released May 18, 2010
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supergiant star Epsilon Aurigae Astronomers Take Close-up Pictures of Mysterious Dark Object
Released April 7, 2010
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helium rain Helium Rain on Jupiter Explains Lack of Neon in Atmosphere
Released March 22, 2010
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vast belt of comet dust Images of Extrasolar Planets Win Award for Most Outstanding Papers in Science
Released February 18, 2010
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artist's conception of a super-Earth Astronomers Find Super-Earth Using Amateur, Off-the-shelf Technology
Released December 16, 2009
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astronomy graphic First Super-Earths Discovered Around Sun-like Stars
Released December 14, 2009
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Alcor A Faint Star Orbiting the Big Dipper's Alcor Discovered
Released December 9, 2009
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Big Bear Telescope NJIT Receives NSF Funding to Improve Big Bear Telescope, Study Solar Energy
Released November 20, 2009
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Artist's conception of the newly discovered planet MOA-2007-BLG-192Lb orbiting its star. Small Planet, Small Star
Released June 2, 2008
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An artist's rendition of Altair, a star that spins so quickly it stretches at its equator. Gazing up at the Man in the Star?
Released May 31, 2007
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