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4. March 2018

Space Scoop (Englisch)

Hier können Sie das neueste Space Scoop lesen, unseren Astronomie Nachrichten Service für Kinder ab einem Alter von 8 Jahren. Die Idee hinter Space Scoop ist es, die Art zu ändern, wie Wissenschaft von jungen Kindern oft wahrgenommen wird, nämlich als veraltet und mit langweiligen Themen. Indem wir aufregende neue astronomische Entdeckungen mit Kindern teilen, können wir sie dafür begeistern, ein Interesse an Wissenschaft und Technik zu entwickeln. Space Scoop ist ein wunderbares Mittel, das in Klassenräumen verwendet werden kann, um die jüngsten Nachrichten aus der Astronomie zu lehren und zu diskutieren. 

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How Massive is Supermassive? 
4. March 2018:
Sunspots or Beauty Spots: The Sun’s More Attractive Than Ever!
23. February 2018:
Dancing with the Stars
3. February 2018:
Into the Comet Storm
21. January 2018:
Black Hole Spin Turns-up the Radio
14. January 2018:
Gravity: The Force Awakens
25. December 2017:
They Grow Up So Fast: Stellar Growth Spurts
18. December 2017:
Flashing Lights in Jupiter’s Sky
1. December 2017:
Our Nearest Star is Looking More and More Familiar
17. November 2017:
The Star That Would Not Die
10. November 2017:
The Hidden Sites for our Future Home on the Moon
2. November 2017:
Our Space Senses are Tingling
16. October 2017:
One Comet, Twin Asteroids, or Both?
13. October 2017:
Alien Planets Could Look Just Like Home
4. October 2017:
Photographer Showdown: Astronauts vs Satellites
19. September 2017:
Pitch-Black Planet Gobbles Up Light
15. September 2017:
The Tail of the Disappearing Comet
31. August 2017:
Which Will Slow First: a Star or a Fidget Spinner?
18. August 2017:
Orion Nebula: Mother of the Year
3. August 2017:
Searching for Star-making Materials in Our Dusty Old Universe
22. July 2017:
Is it a Star, is it a Planet? No! It’s a Brown Dwarf!
13. July 2017:
Asteroid Day: Look Out for Rocks Falling From the Sky!
30. June 2017:
Piecing Together Life on Earth
13. June 2017:
CLASP: Guardian of the Satellites
4. June 2017:
Chasing a Runaway Black Hole
24. May 2017:
Introducing DeeDee, the Distant Dwarf
15. May 2017:
Countdown to Cassini's Grand Finale
4. May 2017:
Where Do Old Satellites Go to Die?
25. April 2017:
Cosmic Easter Egg
16. April 2017:
Seeing the Sun in a New Light
9. April 2017:
Born to be Wild
1. April 2017:
Mapping the Earth’s Magnetic Crust
24. March 2017:
Galaxies Spin Faster as They Get Older
16. March 2017:
Saturn's Rings Are Warm and Fuzzy
7. March 2017:
Ultracool Dwarf and the Seven Planets
22. February 2017:
A Bridge Between Worlds
17. February 2017:
How Earth's Broken Surface Keeps Us Alive
12. February 2017:
Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost
31. January 2017:
Is the Universe Speeding Away From Us?
27. January 2017:
Goodbye From Cassini
20. January 2017:
A Journey into Deep Space: Our Deepest View of the X-ray Universe
15. January 2017:
Why Are Heavy Stars So Gassy?
19. December 2016:
Explosive Mystery Has A Dark Origin
12. December 2016:
Cosmic Shadow Puppet Show
5. December 2016:
A Stellar Family Photograph
28. November 2016:
15,000 Space Rocks and Counting
10. November 2016:
Black Holes: Devils in Disguise
2. November 2016:
Using Magnets to Peer Deep into the Earth
17. October 2016:
Seeing Pluto with X-ray Vision
10. October 2016:
The Mystery of the Monster Pulsar
23. September 2016:
Meet the Space Telescope Remapping our Night Sky
14. September 2016:
The Legend of Terzan 5
7. September 2016:
Could Aliens Be Closer Than We Thought?
24. August 2016:
Is the Sun Really a Giant Pokémon?
8. August 2016:
Starkiller Base Found!
2. August 2016:
The Planet with Three Suns
15. July 2016:
Earth Has An Adorable Asteroid Friend!
28. June 2016:
Footprints of Baby Planets Spotted Around Young Star
14. June 2016:
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
30. May 2016:
What Do You Call a Comet Without a Tail?
9. May 2016:
Radio Red Dwarf Broadcasts All Night and Day
25. April 2016:
How to Hide a Planet
15. April 2016:
Snow White and the Fifth Dwarf
31. March 2016:
Hubble Breaks Cosmic Distance Record
15. March 2016:
Black Holes Make Waves Across The Universe
15. February 2016:
Baby Pictures of a Solar System
8. February 2016:
The Brightest Galaxy in the Universe is Tearing Itself Apart
25. January 2016:
Star Factories Were More Productive In The Past
20. January 2016:
The Great Cosmic Bake-off
7. January 2016:
British Astronaut Blasts Off to International Space Station
16. December 2015:
Small Telescopes Spot Blue Skies on an Alien World
7. December 2015:
A Monster in the Middle
23. November 2015:
Zombie Stars and the Fate of the Solar System
17. November 2015:
Our Galaxy Is Young At Heart
2. November 2015:
Sibling Stars in a Crushing Hug
22. October 2015:
Alien Invasion Not Likely
6. October 2015:
The Oxygen Illusion
18. September 2015:
Rise of the Radio Phoenix
9. September 2015:
The Mystery of the Sun’s Scorching Halo
9. September 2015:
Learning From The Stars: Cosmic Recycling
4. September 2015:
Super Star Takes on Black Holes in Jet Contest
19. August 2015:
The Cosmic Name Game
19. August 2015:
Ghost of the Southern Skies
11. August 2015:
The Recipe For Our Universe
30. July 2015:
ALMA Peers Through the Fog Surrounding Early Galaxies
22. July 2015:
Our Solar System’s Superhero
20. July 2015:
Stellar Families Drift Apart
10. July 2015:
Greedy Galaxies
29. June 2015:
The First Stars in the Universe
17. June 2015:
The Building Blocks of Life
15. June 2015:
Extraterrestrial Butterfly Emerges from its Dusty Cocoon
10. June 2015:
View of a Toddler Solar System
5. June 2015:
A Cosmic Dinosaur Egg Ready to Hatch
5. June 2015:
A Bubbly Celebration in Space
27. May 2015:
The Tale of Two Medusas
20. May 2015:
Cosmic Lens Zooms in on Warped Galaxy
19. May 2015:
The Dark Side of Star Clusters
13. May 2015:
Cosmic Tidal Wave Wakes Up Sleeping Galaxies
11. May 2015:
The Teeny Tiny Planet Destroyer
1. May 2015:
Astronomers Get 3D Vision!
30. April 2015:
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