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A theory was found to be wrong by a group of astronomers after their research shows that there isn’t a particular ratio of high-mass newborn stars to low-mass newborn stars in all types of galaxies. Instead, stars come in a random mix of masses.

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Astronomers at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory verified on Monday, July 20, 2009, after receiving an email from an amateur astronomer in Australia, that Jupiter had just been hit with an object, possibly a comet or asteroid.

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Wednesday, 27 May 2009 17:26

The Hunt for Space Station Flares

Sky watchers around the world have been seeing a treat lately as they witness strong, but unpredictable, flares coming off the recently enlarged International Space Station as it flies across their local night sky.

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