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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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26 Jul 2006 Models Show One Nearby Star System Could Host Earth-like Planet University of Washington
24 Jul 2006 Planet-Forming Disks Might Put the Brakes on Stars NASA/JPL-Caltech
24 Jul 2006 The International Virtual Observatory European Space Agency
6 Jul 2006 Orbiting Space Shield Could Help To Image Earth-Like Planets University of Colorado at Boulder
30 Jun 2006 NASA Issues Hubble Space Telescope Status Report NASA Headquarters
27 Jun 2006 NASA Hubble Space Telescope Status Report NASA Headquarters
15 Jun 2006 Aromatic World Astrobiology Magazine
8 Jun 2006 Forming Super-Earths by Ultraviolet Stripping Carnegie Institution
7 Jun 2006 FUSE Spacecraft Finds Infant Solar System Awash in Carbon NASA Headquarters
7 Jun 2006 New Study Suggests 'Planemos' May Spawn Planets and Moons University of Toronto
31 May 2006 Like Planet, Like Sun Astrobiology Magazine
26 May 2006 Scientists Predict How To Detect a Fourth Dimension of Space Duke University
25 May 2006 Pursuing the Invisible with Einstein's Lens NASA/JPL-Caltech
24 May 2006 New Discoveries at the Edge of the Solar System NASA Headquarters
24 May 2006 Commencement of "Akari" Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
22 May 2006 Astronomers Use Innovative Technique to Find Extrasolar Planet hubblesite.org
19 May 2006 Site in Northern Chile Selected for Large Synoptic Survey Telescope www.lsst.org
18 May 2006 New 3 Planet Solar System Discovered NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 May 2006 How Big Is Big? Sloan Digital Sky Survey
19 Apr 2006 Celestial Twins Pair with Mars and Saturn California Institute of Technology
14 Apr 2006 Akari Ready for Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
6 Apr 2006 NASA's Spitzer Finds Hints of Planet Birth Around Dead Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
21 Mar 2006 Astronomers Discover a River of Stars Streaming Across the Northern Sky California Institute of Technology
17 Mar 2006 Integral Catches Stellar 'Corpses' By The Tail European Space Agency
14 Mar 2006 Icy "Super-Earth" Dominates Distant Solar System Ohio State University
 
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26 Jul 2006 Models Show One Nearby Star System Could Host Earth-like Planet University of Washington
24 Jul 2006 Planet-Forming Disks Might Put the Brakes on Stars NASA/JPL-Caltech
24 Jul 2006 The International Virtual Observatory European Space Agency
6 Jul 2006 Orbiting Space Shield Could Help To Image Earth-Like Planets University of Colorado at Boulder
30 Jun 2006 NASA Issues Hubble Space Telescope Status Report NASA Headquarters
27 Jun 2006 NASA Hubble Space Telescope Status Report NASA Headquarters
15 Jun 2006 Aromatic World Astrobiology Magazine
8 Jun 2006 Forming Super-Earths by Ultraviolet Stripping Carnegie Institution
7 Jun 2006 FUSE Spacecraft Finds Infant Solar System Awash in Carbon NASA Headquarters
7 Jun 2006 New Study Suggests 'Planemos' May Spawn Planets and Moons University of Toronto
31 May 2006 Like Planet, Like Sun Astrobiology Magazine
26 May 2006 Scientists Predict How To Detect a Fourth Dimension of Space Duke University
25 May 2006 Pursuing the Invisible with Einstein's Lens NASA/JPL-Caltech
24 May 2006 New Discoveries at the Edge of the Solar System NASA Headquarters
24 May 2006 Commencement of "Akari" Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
22 May 2006 Astronomers Use Innovative Technique to Find Extrasolar Planet hubblesite.org
19 May 2006 Site in Northern Chile Selected for Large Synoptic Survey Telescope www.lsst.org
18 May 2006 New 3 Planet Solar System Discovered NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 May 2006 How Big Is Big? Sloan Digital Sky Survey
19 Apr 2006 Celestial Twins Pair with Mars and Saturn California Institute of Technology
14 Apr 2006 Akari Ready for Observations Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
6 Apr 2006 NASA's Spitzer Finds Hints of Planet Birth Around Dead Star NASA/JPL-Caltech
21 Mar 2006 Astronomers Discover a River of Stars Streaming Across the Northern Sky California Institute of Technology
17 Mar 2006 Integral Catches Stellar 'Corpses' By The Tail European Space Agency
14 Mar 2006 Icy "Super-Earth" Dominates Distant Solar System Ohio State University
 
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