The Hubble Space Telescope photographs a large bubble being blown in space by a super-hot, massive star;
The story of the Hinode telescope as told by LEGOs;
Phil Plait talks about the nearly 2000 exoplanets that have been discovered to date in one of this weeks Astronomy Crash Course videos;
Why does the edge of the sun seem darker than the middle? Solar limb darkening explained by MinutePhysics;
If you’ve ever visited the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. then you’ve probably seen The Space Mural – A Cosmic View painted by Robert McCall; and
Even though Pluto has been declared a dwarf planet, astronomers still think there is a larger ninth planet out in the far reaches of the Solar System. Fraser Cain discusses the evidence that have led to this theory..
Want to learn more about the work that goes into getting @ProjectPHaEDRA collections into the transcription center? Check out a new behind-the-scenes video from their staff! https://t.co/n1n0AuN6R9 💫⭐️
Did you see the great post on Henrietta Swan Leavitt for her 150th bday on July 4? https://t.co/7DLwH40bFn. Leavitt's immense legacy on the field of astronomy continues today. You can help us & @ProjectPHaEDRA learn even more by transcribing her notebooks: https://t.co/W7xXwlFimK