Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/main_open.php on line 14
- UK Astronomy
 ,astronomy, astronomer, astrophotography, astroimaging, telescope sales, eyepiece sales, binocular sales, telescopes, eyepieces, binoculars

UK Astronomy News
The latest news for astronomers in the United Kingdom
News from UniverseToday
Carnival of Space #515

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brad Rogers at The Evolving Planet blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #515. And if you?re interested in looking back, here?s an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you?ve got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email an […]

The post Carnival of Space #515 appeared first on Universe Today.

Amazing New Views of Betelgeuse Courtesy of ALMA

An angry monster lurks in the shoulder of the Hunter. We're talking about the Red Giant star Betelgeuse, Alpha Orionis in the constellation Orion. Recently, the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) gave us an amazing view of Betelgeuse, one of the very few stars resolved as anything more than a point of light.

The post Amazing New Views of Betelgeuse Courtesy of ALMA appeared first on Universe Today.

SpaceX Accomplishes Double Headed American Space Spectacular ? 2 Launches and 2 Landings in 2 Days from 2 Coasts: Gallery

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - With Sunday?s successful Falcon 9 blastoff for Iridium Communications joining rocketry?s history books, Elon Musk?s SpaceX accomplished a double headed American space spectacular this weekend with 2 launches and 2 booster landings in 2 days from 2 coasts for 2 commercial customers - in a remarkably rapid turnaround feat that set a new record for minimum time between launches for SpaceX.

The post SpaceX Accomplishes Double Headed American Space Spectacular – 2 Launches and 2 Landings in 2 Days from 2 Coasts: Gallery appeared first on Universe Today.

No, NASA (Still) Has Not Discovered Proof of Alien Life

It seems that every few months or so, breathless claims surface on the internet that NASA is about to make an Earth-shattering announcement about aliens … or UFOs … or killer asteroids … or some other sensational assertion. Or better yet, NASA is hiding these ‘facts’ from us. The latest claims says that ?NASA Is […]

The post No, NASA (Still) Has Not Discovered Proof of Alien Life appeared first on Universe Today.

What Caused the Kuiper Belt to Get Warped?

A new study by a team of astronomers from the LPL indicates that the orbital inclinations of distant Kuiper Belt Objects could hint at the existence of a Mars-sized body in the area.

The post What Caused the Kuiper Belt to Get Warped? appeared first on Universe Today.

BulgariaSat-1 Blazes to Orbit on Used SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket as Breakthrough Booster Lands 2nd Time on Oceanic Platform

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - In another breakthrough milestone aimed at slashing the high cost of rocketry, the innovators at billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk?s SpaceX successfully launched a ?used? rocket for only the second time in history - that blazed a path to orbit with its BulgariaSat-1 commercial television comsat payload Friday afternoon, June 23, from the Kennedy Space Center and just minutes later landed upright and intact on an oceanic platform waiting offshore in the vast currents of the Atlantic ocean.

The post BulgariaSat-1 Blazes to Orbit on Used SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket as Breakthrough Booster Lands 2nd Time on Oceanic Platform appeared first on Universe Today.

Astronomy Cast Ep. 454: Things We?re Looking Forward To

As we wrap up season 10 of Astronomy Cast, we look forward to all the instruments, missions and science results on the distant horizon. Think astronomy is exciting already? Just you wait. We’re taking our summer hiatus during July and August, but we’ll be back in September with all-new episodes! Visit the Astronomy Cast Page […]

The post Astronomy Cast Ep. 454: Things We’re Looking Forward To appeared first on Universe Today.

Weekly Space Hangout ? June 23, 2017: NEOShield-2 Project Team

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest: This week’s special guests are the NEOShield-2 Project Team. NEOShield-2 is a 100% European Union funded project to develop technologies to avoid an asteroid impact on Earth. Guests: Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Their stories this week: Hubble Finds a Dead Galaxy LISA is ON! NASA Releases a […]

The post Weekly Space Hangout – June 23, 2017: NEOShield-2 Project Team appeared first on Universe Today.

Snake Rovers Might be the Best Way to Explore the Surface and Tunnels on Mars

A team from SINTEF, and with the support of the ESA is looking to develop snake robots to assist astronauts aboard the ISS and conduct missions to asteroids, the Moon and Mars.

The post Snake Rovers Might be the Best Way to Explore the Surface and Tunnels on Mars appeared first on Universe Today.

2nd SpaceX Recycled Falcon 9 Rocket Launching 1st Bulgarian GeoComSat June 23, Plus Potential Weekend Launch ?Doubleheader? ? Watch Live

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – For only the second time in history, SpaceX will launch a ?flight-proven? Falcon 9 rocket this Friday afternoon and the payload this time for this remarkable and science fictionesque milestone is the first geostationary communications satellite for the nation of Bulgaria. Blastoff of the BulgariaSat-1 communications satellite for commercial broadband […]

The post 2nd SpaceX Recycled Falcon 9 Rocket Launching 1st Bulgarian GeoComSat June 23, Plus Potential Weekend Launch ?Doubleheader? – Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.


Notice: Use of undefined constant mysql_close - assumed 'mysql_close' in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/uk_astronomy_news.php on line 30
To be included in the directory, amend an entry or for general contact click here.
UK Astronomy Directory Astronomy Links UK Astronomy News Astronomy Telescopes


Notice: Undefined variable: ucatid in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/main_bottom.php on line 45

Notice: Undefined variable: ident in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/main_bottom.php on line 45
Popular Searches: binoculars, universe, telescope, telescopes, astronomy, meade, binocular, celestron, observatory, night sky, spotting scope, hubble telescope, astronomical, eyepiece, reflecting, skywatcher, celestron telescope, cosmology, sky at night, tasco, meade telescope, meade telescopes, space telescope, telescope space, space exploration, the night sky, astrophysics, refractor, spotting scopes, astronomical telescope, telescope astronomical, newtonian, patrick moore, star chart, astronomer, astrophotography, dobsonian, celestron telescopes, reflector telescope, refractor telescope, skywatcher telescope, astronomers, the sky at night, star charts, astronomical telescopes, astronomy books, tasco telescope, telescope eyepiece, astronomical society,

,A UK web directory for the amateur / professional astronomer with astronomy news and information including astronomy sales, personal websites, societies / internet groups etc.
,astronomy, astronomer, astrophotography, astroimaging, telescope sales, eyepiece sales, binocular sales, telescopes, eyepieces, binoculars


Warning: include(../common_bottom.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/uk_astronomy_news.php on line 37

Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening '../common_bottom.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/var/www/PEAR/') in /var/www/uk-astronomy.co.uk/directory/uk_astronomy_news.php on line 37