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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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11 Jan 2007 Protoplanetary Disk Found Encircling Mira B California Institute of Technology
10 Jan 2007 Earth's Strongest Winds Wouldn't Even Be a Breeze on These Planets University of Washington
10 Jan 2007 Google Joins Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Project lsst.org
8 Jan 2007 Hubble Maps the Cosmic Web of 'Clumpy' Dark Matter in 3-D NASA Headquarters
3 Jan 2007 Do Galaxies Follow Darwinian Evolution? European Southern Observatory
27 Dec 2006 COROT On Its Way European Space Agency
21 Dec 2006 New Type of Black-Hole Explosion Has Astrophysicists Wondering About Its Origin California Institute of Technology
19 Dec 2006 Europe Looks Forward to COROT Launch European Space Agency
19 Dec 2006 NASA Telescope Picks Up Glow of Universe's First Objects NASA/JPL-Caltech
28 Nov 2006 Astronomers Find First Ever Gamma Ray Clock Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
28 Nov 2006 A Giant Planet Embedded in the Magnetosphere of its Star National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS)
15 Nov 2006 The Milky Way Shaped Life on Earth Danish National Space Center
7 Nov 2006 Spitzer and Hubble Create Colorful Masterpiece NASA/JPL-Caltech
3 Nov 2006 Refirbished Griffith Observatory Opens to the Public Griffith Observatory
2 Nov 2006 NASA's Space Telescopes get Keener Vision in their Search for Extra-Solar Planets NASA/JPL-Caltech
2 Nov 2006 Earth: The Lone Pale Blue Dot? Jet Propulsion Laboratory
31 Oct 2006 NASA Announces Discovery Program Selections NASA Headquarters
26 Oct 2006 Europe Goes Searching for Rocky Planets European Space Agency
19 Oct 2006 Planet-Finding by Numbers NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 Oct 2006 NASA Says: 'Build It and Infrared Surprises Will Come' NASA/JPL-Caltech
12 Oct 2006 NASA's Spitzer Sees Day and Night on Exotic World NASA/JPL-Caltech
12 Oct 2006 Planet Hunters Wanted to Help Astronomers in the Search for New Worlds University of California at Santa Cruz
12 Oct 2006 Some Super-Earths Form in Super Snowstorms Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
12 Oct 2006 On the Trail of Other Earths NASA/JPL-Caltech
9 Oct 2006 Measurements of Jupiter-size Planet Confirmed by Hubble University of Pittsburgh
 
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11 Jan 2007 Protoplanetary Disk Found Encircling Mira B California Institute of Technology
10 Jan 2007 Earth's Strongest Winds Wouldn't Even Be a Breeze on These Planets University of Washington
10 Jan 2007 Google Joins Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Project lsst.org
8 Jan 2007 Hubble Maps the Cosmic Web of 'Clumpy' Dark Matter in 3-D NASA Headquarters
3 Jan 2007 Do Galaxies Follow Darwinian Evolution? European Southern Observatory
27 Dec 2006 COROT On Its Way European Space Agency
21 Dec 2006 New Type of Black-Hole Explosion Has Astrophysicists Wondering About Its Origin California Institute of Technology
19 Dec 2006 Europe Looks Forward to COROT Launch European Space Agency
19 Dec 2006 NASA Telescope Picks Up Glow of Universe's First Objects NASA/JPL-Caltech
28 Nov 2006 Astronomers Find First Ever Gamma Ray Clock Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council
28 Nov 2006 A Giant Planet Embedded in the Magnetosphere of its Star National Center of Scientific Research (CNRS)
15 Nov 2006 The Milky Way Shaped Life on Earth Danish National Space Center
7 Nov 2006 Spitzer and Hubble Create Colorful Masterpiece NASA/JPL-Caltech
3 Nov 2006 Refirbished Griffith Observatory Opens to the Public Griffith Observatory
2 Nov 2006 NASA's Space Telescopes get Keener Vision in their Search for Extra-Solar Planets NASA/JPL-Caltech
2 Nov 2006 Earth: The Lone Pale Blue Dot? Jet Propulsion Laboratory
31 Oct 2006 NASA Announces Discovery Program Selections NASA Headquarters
26 Oct 2006 Europe Goes Searching for Rocky Planets European Space Agency
19 Oct 2006 Planet-Finding by Numbers NASA/JPL-Caltech
16 Oct 2006 NASA Says: 'Build It and Infrared Surprises Will Come' NASA/JPL-Caltech
12 Oct 2006 NASA's Spitzer Sees Day and Night on Exotic World NASA/JPL-Caltech
12 Oct 2006 Planet Hunters Wanted to Help Astronomers in the Search for New Worlds University of California at Santa Cruz
12 Oct 2006 Some Super-Earths Form in Super Snowstorms Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
12 Oct 2006 On the Trail of Other Earths NASA/JPL-Caltech
9 Oct 2006 Measurements of Jupiter-size Planet Confirmed by Hubble University of Pittsburgh
 
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