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By Astronomy Cast on February 17, 2020 in
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A brand new telescope has completed on Maui’s Haleakala, and it has just one job: to watch the Sun in unprecedented detail. It’s called the Daniel K. Inouye telescope, and the engineering involved to get this telescope operational are matched by the incredible resolution of its first images.

By WSH team on February 7, 2020 in
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More Things in the Heavens which looks at how infrared astronomy transforming our understanding of the history and evolution of our universe. Also frame dragging test using a neutron star and high resolution sun!

By Al Grauer on September 29, 2019 in
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Imagine a world that is so far from our Sun that it receives less than 1/5,000 of the heat and light that makes our life possible.

By Al Grauer on April 14, 2019 in
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The story of Parker Solar Probe and near earth asteroid discoveries by Catalina Sky Survey.

By Richard B. Drumm on March 7, 2019 in
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Listen to this story from the Sun as it tells its story in layers of light, each layer reveals what’s happening at different depths and temperatures. #spacescoop @unawe #365DaysOfAstro

By WSH team on November 23, 2018 in
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Mars Insight is landing soon and our Sun has sibling! how cool is that? Check it out on today’s podcast with @WSHCrew & Bruce Betts discuss about Astronomy for Kids book

By Paul M. Sutter on November 6, 2018 in
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How much energy is needed to blow up the sun? How is this connected to the idea of binding energy? Where is all the energy in the universe?

By Fraser Cain on October 31, 2018 in
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Bad news, our Sun is living on borrowed time. It’s only got a few billion years left. How Can We Save The Sun? Saving the Sun from Running Out of Fuel.