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Want to do take part in some real research? Home to Galaxy Zoo, Moon Zoo, Solar Stormwatch and more, this site brings you citizen science at its best.
Astronomy resources with digitalized sky survey, spectra of nearby galaxies, star catalogues and Hubble images.
In this blog, theoretical astrophysicist Ethan Siegel covers a broad range of topics from dark energy to what our galaxy smells like.
Intriguing, precisely repeated radio pulses from the plane of our galaxy were discovered in the late 1960's and half-seriously attributed to "little green men" and called LGMs.
A great interactive guide looking at where did we come from? how can see the universe expanding? why galaxies look redder than they should? what caused the Big Bang? and more
Hubble's law is a statement of a direct correlation between the distance to a galaxy and its recessional velocity as determined by the red shift.
An animation of the movement of galaxies as the universe expands.
Stunning picture gallery of the Hubble telescope's images of planets, nebulae and galaxies.
Images and text relating to the discovery of a massive black hole at the centre of the M87 Galaxy. Images from the Hubble Space Telescope are visible
Excellent sixty symbols video explaining redshift (and blueshift) and how it used to determine the direction galaxies are travelling in.
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