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Our star and its planets are a tiny part of the Milky Way galaxy. The Milky Way is a huge city of stars, so big that even at the speed of light, it would take 100,000 years to cross it. All the stars in the night sky, including our sun, are just some of the residents of this galaxy. Beyond our own galaxy lies a vast expanse of galaxies.

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3 Mar 2006 Search for Alien Life Challenges Concepts University of Colorado at Boulder
24 Feb 2006 Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer Operational Again Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Feb 2006 NASA's Spitzer Measures Temperature of Exoplanet NASA/JPL-Caltech
22 Feb 2006 ASTRO-F/M-V-8 Successfully Launched Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
17 Feb 2006 Two New Dusty Planetary Disks May Be Astrophysical Mirrors of Our Kuiper Belt University of California at Berkeley
8 Feb 2006 NASA's Spitzer Uncovers Hints of Mega Solar Systems NASA/JPL-Caltech
27 Jan 2006 Planets with Multiple Suns Common, Astronomers Find PlanetQuest
26 Jan 2006 Microlensing Technique Reveals Small, Rocky Extrasolar Planet University of Notre Dame
12 Jan 2006 NASA's Spitzer Finds Possible Comet Dust Around Dead Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
11 Jan 2006 Spitzer Captures Our Galaxy's Bustling Center NASA/JPL-Caltech
10 Jan 2006 Milky Way Galaxy is Warped and Vibrating Like a Drum University of California at Berkeley
9 Jan 2006 More to the North Star Than Meets the Eye NASA Headquarters
21 Dec 2005 Partial Ingredients for DNA and Protein Found Around Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 Dec 2005 Optical Vortex Could Look Directly At Extrasolar Planets American Institute of Physics
15 Dec 2005 Debris Disk Could Be Forming Infant Terrestrial Planets NASA/JPL-Caltech
15 Dec 2005 Spitzer Exposes Our Galaxy's Deepest Secrets NASA/JPL-Caltech
14 Dec 2005 Nearby Star Smaller than Earth, Massive as Sun Space Telescope Science Institute
12 Dec 2005 Detailed Dark Matter Mapping John Hopkins University Space Telescope Science Institute
2 Dec 2005 Astronomers Find Most Stable Optical Clock in the Heavens University of Texas at Austin
30 Nov 2005 Scientists Find Possible Birth of Tiniest, Known Solar System Pennsylvania State University
29 Nov 2005 AMBER Looks Into the Cradle of Planets Max Planck Institute
16 Nov 2005 Chaotic Star Birth California Institute of Technology
13 Oct 2005 Lady in Red: Andromeda Galazy Shines in Spitzer's Eyes Jet Propulsion Laboratory
5 Oct 2005 In a Flash NASA Helps Solve 35-year-old Cosmic Mystery NASA Headquarters
30 Sep 2005 NASA Takes Giant Step Toward Finding Earth-like Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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3 Mar 2006 Search for Alien Life Challenges Concepts University of Colorado at Boulder
24 Feb 2006 Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer Operational Again Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Feb 2006 NASA's Spitzer Measures Temperature of Exoplanet NASA/JPL-Caltech
22 Feb 2006 ASTRO-F/M-V-8 Successfully Launched Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
17 Feb 2006 Two New Dusty Planetary Disks May Be Astrophysical Mirrors of Our Kuiper Belt University of California at Berkeley
8 Feb 2006 NASA's Spitzer Uncovers Hints of Mega Solar Systems NASA/JPL-Caltech
27 Jan 2006 Planets with Multiple Suns Common, Astronomers Find PlanetQuest
26 Jan 2006 Microlensing Technique Reveals Small, Rocky Extrasolar Planet University of Notre Dame
12 Jan 2006 NASA's Spitzer Finds Possible Comet Dust Around Dead Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
11 Jan 2006 Spitzer Captures Our Galaxy's Bustling Center NASA/JPL-Caltech
10 Jan 2006 Milky Way Galaxy is Warped and Vibrating Like a Drum University of California at Berkeley
9 Jan 2006 More to the North Star Than Meets the Eye NASA Headquarters
21 Dec 2005 Partial Ingredients for DNA and Protein Found Around Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 Dec 2005 Optical Vortex Could Look Directly At Extrasolar Planets American Institute of Physics
15 Dec 2005 Debris Disk Could Be Forming Infant Terrestrial Planets NASA/JPL-Caltech
15 Dec 2005 Spitzer Exposes Our Galaxy's Deepest Secrets NASA/JPL-Caltech
14 Dec 2005 Nearby Star Smaller than Earth, Massive as Sun Space Telescope Science Institute
12 Dec 2005 Detailed Dark Matter Mapping John Hopkins University Space Telescope Science Institute
2 Dec 2005 Astronomers Find Most Stable Optical Clock in the Heavens University of Texas at Austin
30 Nov 2005 Scientists Find Possible Birth of Tiniest, Known Solar System Pennsylvania State University
29 Nov 2005 AMBER Looks Into the Cradle of Planets Max Planck Institute
16 Nov 2005 Chaotic Star Birth California Institute of Technology
13 Oct 2005 Lady in Red: Andromeda Galazy Shines in Spitzer's Eyes Jet Propulsion Laboratory
5 Oct 2005 In a Flash NASA Helps Solve 35-year-old Cosmic Mystery NASA Headquarters
30 Sep 2005 NASA Takes Giant Step Toward Finding Earth-like Planets Jet Propulsion Laboratory
 
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