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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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4 Oct 2004 Hubble Honor NASA Headquarters
31 Aug 2004 Planet Hunting Refined Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Aug 2004 New Class of Planets NASA Headquarters
25 Aug 2004 It's a 'Small' World European Southern Observatory
24 Aug 2004 New Extrasolar Planet Lowell Observatory
9 Aug 2004 Hubble Challenge NASA Headquarters
5 Aug 2004 Galactic Cousin Space Telescope Science Institute
13 Jul 2004 Voyager 1, Prepare for Action Science@NASA
22 Jun 2004 Cosmic Camera University of Arizona
21 Jun 2004 New Space Molecules National Radio Astronomy Observatory
1 Jun 2004 Robotic Rescue NASA Headquarters
27 May 2004 Spotting Life's Basics NASA Headquarters
3 May 2004 Finding Hubble Fix Goddard Space Flight Center
15 Apr 2004 Cosmic Magnifying Glass NASA Headquarters
13 Apr 2004 Invisible Giants Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Mar 2004 Life and Death Portrait NASA Headquarters
27 Feb 2004 Old Carbon Washington University in St. Louis
20 Feb 2004 Einstein Still Right Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
20 Feb 2004 Follow the Dust Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
9 Jan 2004 Search for Life University of Arizona
8 Jan 2004 Magnetic Planet Canadian National Research Council
29 Dec 2003 Planetary Survivor Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
18 Dec 2003 SIRTF Gets a Name Jet Propulsion Laboratory
18 Dec 2003 Hot New Images Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11 Dec 2003 Earthlike Worlds University of Washington
 
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4 Oct 2004 Hubble Honor NASA Headquarters
31 Aug 2004 Planet Hunting Refined Jet Propulsion Laboratory
27 Aug 2004 New Class of Planets NASA Headquarters
25 Aug 2004 It's a 'Small' World European Southern Observatory
24 Aug 2004 New Extrasolar Planet Lowell Observatory
9 Aug 2004 Hubble Challenge NASA Headquarters
5 Aug 2004 Galactic Cousin Space Telescope Science Institute
13 Jul 2004 Voyager 1, Prepare for Action Science@NASA
22 Jun 2004 Cosmic Camera University of Arizona
21 Jun 2004 New Space Molecules National Radio Astronomy Observatory
1 Jun 2004 Robotic Rescue NASA Headquarters
27 May 2004 Spotting Life's Basics NASA Headquarters
3 May 2004 Finding Hubble Fix Goddard Space Flight Center
15 Apr 2004 Cosmic Magnifying Glass NASA Headquarters
13 Apr 2004 Invisible Giants Jet Propulsion Laboratory
8 Mar 2004 Life and Death Portrait NASA Headquarters
27 Feb 2004 Old Carbon Washington University in St. Louis
20 Feb 2004 Einstein Still Right Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
20 Feb 2004 Follow the Dust Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
9 Jan 2004 Search for Life University of Arizona
8 Jan 2004 Magnetic Planet Canadian National Research Council
29 Dec 2003 Planetary Survivor Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
18 Dec 2003 SIRTF Gets a Name Jet Propulsion Laboratory
18 Dec 2003 Hot New Images Jet Propulsion Laboratory
11 Dec 2003 Earthlike Worlds University of Washington
 
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