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Forty years ago, in February 1987, a cosmic explosion took place in the southern sky. It was first discovered by astronomers Ian Shelton and Oscar
A young star in the constellation Sagittarius (the Archer) is orbited by two infant planets. The planets were found by ALMA. They’re about twice as
Suppose you live in a very big house, with lots of families, each one with many children. Every month or so, a new baby is
Did you ever try to count the stars in the sky? It’s almost impossible – there’s just too many of them! On a clear, dark
You live on a planet, called Earth. Together with seven other planets, Earth circles around the Sun. As far as we know, Earth is the
Your eyes are connected to your brain through thick bundles of nerve cells. These optic nerves transfer the signals from your two retinas to your