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Cheap Astronomy opens the pod bay door.

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George talks about NGC 4203, a galaxy with a low luminosity active galactic nucleus containing a supermassive black hole that is so ordinary that it seems ironically extraordinary.

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The movement of the planets didn’t really match any theory; not until Johannes Kepler came along with his ellipses, and everything finally worked. #365DaysOfAstro @astronomyCast

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14 new objects on the Near Earth Object & Comet P/2018 (Leonard)

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In this podcast. Dr. Aaron Meisner discusses Backyard Worlds, a citizen science project that looks for brown dwarfs & other low mass stars in WISE data. #365DaysOfAstro