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Sexy Astronomy: An Easy Day. Mar13: Jeremy Ratchford

Today in 1781 Uranus was discovered. Need we say more?

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Unique Discovery. Feb 24: Jeremy Ratchford

Today in 2011 space shuttle Discovery launched from Kennedy Space Center’s Launch Complex 39-A to begin its final orbital flight…

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NASA.gov

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Sexy Astronomy: Giordano Bruno. Feb17: Jeremy Ratchford.

Today in the year 1600, Italian Philosopher, mathematician and astronomer Giordano Bruno died… Surely Jeremy can’t make that sexy?

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http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=127882361

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Sexy Astronomy: Pluto Entered Neptune’s orbit. Feb7: Jeremy Ratchford

Pluto is the ninth planet — the farthest away from the sun, but today in 1979 that all changed when Pluto moved inside Neptune’s orbit and for the next twenty years was the 8th planet – closer to the sun than Neptune. Yup, today is Sexy Astronomy.

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nasa.gov

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Probing Deeper. Jan24: Jeremy Ratchford’s Sexy Astronomy.

Today in 1986 — space probe Voyager 2 passed within 81,500 kilometres of Uranus. Which prompts Jeremy Ratchford to answer an age old question…

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Videos from NASA.gov

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Sexy Astronomy: Tisserand. Jan13: Jeremy Ratchford

Today in 1845 French astronomer Francois Felix Tisserand was born.

Images with thanks to NASA.

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Sexy Astronomy: Largest Instrument. Jan3: Jeremy Ratchford

Today in 1888 — The refracting telescope at the Lick Observatory, in California, measuring 91 cm in diameter, was used for the first time. It was the largest telescope in the world.

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