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Tour of Pluto
Tour of Pluto
During the summer of 2015, scientists and the public alike were treated to a flood of images and discoveries about Pluto as the New Horizon spacecraft made an unprecedented flyby of the dwarf planet. (2016-09-16)
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Shadows: Light That Does Not Pass (04-17-2013)
Shadows occur on other planets as well. One excellent place to look for shadows in our Solar System is the planet Jupiter.

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--  Here, There, and Everywhere

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STOP for Science: When Stars Go Boom (03-27-2013)
Our Sun is a star. In fact, it is the closest star we'll ever see. The Sun is about 5 billion years old and will live for about 5 billion more. But not all stars live this long.

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--  STOP for Science

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Ice Core Records: From Volcanoes to Supernovas (Part II) (02-04-2013)
While astronomers know that Cassiopeia A, or Cas A for short, is the aftermath of a massive star that exploded, it is unclear exactly when the explosion took place.

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--  Ice Core Records - From Volcanoes to Supernovas
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Spirals in Nature (11-07-2012)
Looking at a hurricane from this point of view, we can see that the storm is, in fact, a giant spiral shape.

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Stop for Science: Listening to Light (04-11-2012)
When we look up on a dark night, we see a sky filled with stars. The light from a star, like the light from a flashlight or a lightning bug, is one form of electromagnetic radiation.

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--  STOP for Science: Over the Rainbow
--  X-rays & Light

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