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Dec 9th: Stellar nucleosynthesis revisited: In and on and around dead stars

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Last week we gave you an update on the formation of elements from the Big Bang and in main sequence stars like the Sun. This week, we wrap up with a bang, talking about the death of the most massive stars and how they seed the Universe with heavier elements.

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Dec 8th: Hold a Traveler in The Night in Your Hand & NASA Hunts for a Special Asteroid

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Imagine holding a rock as old as our solar system that has traveled billions of miles through space to reach its present location.

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Dec 7th: Observing With Webb in November 2019

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December, though probably very cold, will bring us some close encounters, a meteor showers, all 5 naked-eye planets, and some very long nights.

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Dec 6th: Space: 10 Things You Should Know

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Heaviest ever Black Hole and Supermassive Black Hole ever!!!! More on today’s news roundup with @WSHCrew at #365DAysOfAstro

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Dec 5th: Dark Statistics

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In astronomy ‘dark’ is the polite way to describe wild speculation.

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