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
Star-travel 5 Million Years Into The Milky Way?s Future

A new video based on ESA's Gaia Mission lets you gaze into the crystal ball and watch the Milky Way galaxy evolve right before your eyes.

The post Star-travel 5 Million Years Into The Milky Way’s Future appeared first on Universe Today.

Surveillance Sat Set for Sunday Sunrise SpaceX Blastoff and Landing Apr. 30 ? Watch Live

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - A classified surveillance for the nation?s spymasters is set for blastoff shortly after sunrise on Sunday, Apr. 30 by SpaceX in a space first by the firm founded by billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk that also features a ground landing attempt by the booster. Update: Scrub reset to May 1

The post Surveillance Sat Set for Sunday Sunrise SpaceX Blastoff and Landing Apr. 30 – Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.

LEGO Apollo Saturn V: Tallest LEGO Ideas Set Ever Made

LEGO announced their new LEGO Apollo Saturn V rocket set for June 1, 2017. With 1969-pieces, it'll be the tallest to come out of their Ideas community.

The post LEGO Apollo Saturn V: Tallest LEGO Ideas Set Ever Made appeared first on Universe Today.

TRAPPIST-1 System Ideal For Life Swapping

A new study of the TRAPPIST-1 system indicates that life-swapping may take place between the planets in its habitable zone, and quite often too!

The post TRAPPIST-1 System Ideal For Life Swapping appeared first on Universe Today.

Weekly Space Hangout ? April 28, 2017: Tim Blais of A Capella Science

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest: Tim Blais is the founder of A Capella Science, an “educational and utterly nerdy online video project.” You can find his videos online on YouTube at A Capella Science. Guests: Jolene Creighton (fromquarkstoquasars.com / @futurism) Their stories this week: Total Eclipse of the Sun to be commemorated on a […]

The post Weekly Space Hangout – April 28, 2017: Tim Blais of A Capella Science appeared first on Universe Today.

Pardon My Vomit: Zero G Ettiquette In the Age Of Space Tourism

With multiple commercial aerospace companies offering flights into space, to the Moon, and even beyond, would-be passengers are starting to train for the likelihood of "space sickness".

The post Pardon My Vomit: Zero G Ettiquette In the Age Of Space Tourism appeared first on Universe Today.

Breakthrough Listen Publishes First Analysis Of 692 Stars In ET Search

Breakthrough Listen, the most ambitious SETI program in history, just released an analysis of their first year of data, which contains 11 events that a high degree of significance.

The post Breakthrough Listen Publishes First Analysis Of 692 Stars In ET Search appeared first on Universe Today.

A Survivor?s Tale: Cassini Lives Through First Ring Dive

One down, twenty-one to go! The Cassini spacecraft survived the first dive through the narrow gap between Saturn and its rings, and is now back communicating with Earth. It was a long day for Cassini scientists and engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory while the spacecraft was out of contact for 20 hours during this […]

The post A Survivor’s Tale: Cassini Lives Through First Ring Dive appeared first on Universe Today.

Europe & China Discuss Moonbase Partnership

The ESA and Chinese National Space Agency have announced their plans to create a "Moon Village" on the lunar surface by the 2020s.

The post Europe & China Discuss Moonbase Partnership appeared first on Universe Today.

Is Another Universe Sitting Too Close To Us On The Multiverse Bus?

A new survey of the CMB's Cold Spot has ruled out the possibility that this anomaly is caused by a supervoid, which opens things up to more exotic explanations.

The post Is Another Universe Sitting Too Close To Us On The Multiverse Bus? 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