Category nightShifted Astronomy

  • First Exoplanets Photographed Around Sun-like Star

    Astronomers have captured the first ever snapshot of multiple exoplanets orbiting a Sun-like star!

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  • Venus is Geologically Active!

    Turns out that Venus is not such a lifeless world after all. Well, in terms of geologic activity that is. New research has revealed at least 37 geologically active locations across the planet’s surface.

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  • JWST Launch Delayed...again

    Launch of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), to absolutely no one’s surprise, has been delayed once again. This time the telescope is delayed from March 2021 to October 2021 due to a combination of technical difficulties and everyone’s favorite 2020 boogeyman: the CoronaVirus™.

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  • Welcome Home, nightShifted Astronomy!

    Some people know that from 2006-2012 I ran an amateur astronomy blog called nightShifted Astronomy at www.nightshifted.com. I still own the domain, but the blog has been dead for years due to some personal issues that took me away from astronomy as a hobby for a bit. I am pleased today to announce that nightShifted Astronomy is reborn here on my personal site along with my other content.

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