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Once every 27 years astronomers see a mysterious object passing in front of the star epsilon Aurigae. Based on new images taken in January 2010 when the star was fully eclipsed by this mysterious object, astronomers now think the object is another star with a dusty disk around it.


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Tuesday, 16 February 2010 01:35

You can help map the Milky Way galaxy

Thousands of volunteers with home computers from around the world are using Milkyway@Home to help create a three-dimensional model of the Milky Way galaxy. Would you like to join?

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Astronomers have shown keen interest in an object that will fly past Earth on Wednesday, January 13, 2010. What has peaked their interest are the facts that it has an orbit of exactly one year and astronomers are not really sure what it is.

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