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Click to open Galaxy Cluster Smashes Distance Record (Chandra Press Release: 22 October 2009)
Click to open Galaxies Coming of Age in Cosmic Blobs (Chandra Press Release: 24 June 2009)
Click to open SNR 0104-72.3: Supernova Remnant is an Unusual Suspect (Chandra Press Release: 09 June 2009)
Click to open Mysterious Space Blob Discovered at Cosmic Dawn (Carnegie Institution of Washington Press Release: 22 April 2009)
Click to open First Results from the Balloon-Borne Telescope BLAST: Extragalactic Survey Reveals Half the Universe's Starlight (Blast Press Release: 08 April 2009)
Click to open Team Detects Dust Around a Primitive Star, Shedding New Light on Universe's Origins (Cornell University Press Release: 15 January 2009)
Click to open Cassiopeia A Comes Alive Across Time and Space (Chandra Press Release: 06 January 2009)
Click to open Baby Jupiters Must Gain Weight Fast (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 05 January 2009)
Click to open Zeroing in on Hubble's Constant (Carnegie Institution of Washington Press Release: 05 January 2009)
Click to open UK astronomers gaze back in time and map the history of the Universe (Science and Technology Facilities Council Press Release: 23 December 2008)
Click to open The Strangulation of Spiral Galaxies (Royal Astronomical Society Press Release: 21 November 2008)
Click to open Two Supernova Factories Found in the Milky Way (Royal Astronomical Society Press Release: 01 April 2008)
Click to open Circumstellar Dust Takes Flight in 'The Moth' (Space Telescope Science Institute Press Release: 10 January 2008)
Click to open Dark Matter Discovered in Accretion Disks--Suggests Major Revisions to Concepts of Disk Structure and Luminosity (NOAO Press Release: 09 January 2008) (Release Image)
Click to open Study of 'GEMS' with Hubble, Spitzer Space Telescopes Reveales Cosmic Fireworks Fizzled Out as Universe Reached Mid-Life (The University of Texas at Austin, McDonald Observatory Press Release: 09 January 2008)
Click to open Introducing the Next Generation of Sky in Google Earth (Google Press Release: 09 January 2008)
Click to open Rutgers, Penn State Astronomy Teams Discover Ancestors of Milky Way-Type Galaxies (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Press Release: 08 January 2008)
Click to open An X-Ray Santa Claus in Orion (European Space Agency Release: 30 November 2007) (Release Image)
Click to open Youngest Solar Systems Detected by U-M Astronomers (University of Michigan Press Release: 28 November 2007) (Release Image)
Click to open Planets Forming in Pleiades Star Cluster, Astronomers Report (UCLA Press Release: 14 November 2007)
Click to open Multiwavelength Images of Distant Universe Now Available on Google Sky (University of California, Santa Cruz Release: 02 October 2007)
Click to open Astronomers Spot Brightest Galaxies in the Distant Universe (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 09 August 2007)
Click to open Caught in the Act: Forming Galaxies Captured in the Young Universe by HST, VLT & Spitzer (Royal Astronomical Society Press Release: 17 April 2007)
Click to open New Panorama Reveals More Than a Thousand Black Holes (Chandra X-ray Center Press Release: 13 March 2007)
Click to open Full-Spectrum Study of Small Patch of Sky Yields Portrait of Maturing Universe (University of California, Berkeley Press Release: 06 March 2007)
Click to open 'Comet Galaxy' Being Ripped Apart by Galaxy Cluster (European Space Agency Press Release: 02 March 2007) (Release Image)
Click to open Older Galaxy Pair Has Surprisingly Youthful Glow (East Tennessee State University Press Release: 10 January 2007) (Release Image)
Click to open Rethinking Last Century's Closest, Brightest Supernova (University of California, Berkeley Press Release: 09 January 2007) (Release Image)
Click to open Earth's Strongest Winds Wouldn't Even Be a Breeze on These Planets (University of Washington Press Release: 09 January 2007) (Release Image; Release Animation)
Click to open Gas Giants Form Quickly (University of Arizona Release: 08 January 2007)
Click to open Astronomers Shed New Light on Dying Star (University of Denver Press Release: 01 December 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open New Observations of Star Cluster by U of M Researchers Help Settle the Dust on Sun's Origin (University of Minnesota Press Release: 31 October 2006)
Click to open Astronomers Weigh 200-Million-Year-Old Baby Galaxies (Carnegie Institution Press Release: 25 October 2006)
Click to open Busted! Astronomers Nab Culprit in Galactic Hit-and-Run (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 18 October 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open Spitzer Sees a Dim Star and Big Bright Black Hole (Penn State University Press Release: 18 September 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open Evidence for Ultra-Energetic Particles in Jet from Black Hole (Yale University Press Release: 20 June 2006)
Click to open Distant Ball of Dust Not Dusty Enough (University of California, Berkeley Press Release: 06 June 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open Astrophysicists Discover 'Compact Jets' from Neutron Star (UCSD Press Release: 22 May 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open RAS PN06/26 (NAM19): Exploding 'Star Within a Star' (Royal Astronomical Society Press Release: 07 April 2006)
Click to open Astronomers Report Unprecedented Double Helix Nebula near Center of the Milky Way (UCLA Press Release: 15 March 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open Ubiquitous Galaxies Discovered in the Early Universe (EDP Sciences Press Release: 08 March 2006)
Click to open Cosmic Jet Looks Like Giant Tornado in Space (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA Press Release: 11 January 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Finds Possible Comet Dust Around Dead Star (11 January 2006)
Click to open Spitzer Reveals Unexpected Disks Around Interacting Stars (NOAO Press Release: 10 January 2006) (Release Image)
Click to open Large Survey of Galaxies Yields New Findings on Star Formation (University of California, Santa Cruz Press Release: 09 January 2006)
Click to open Spitzer Puts a New Spin on the Helix Nebula (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA Press Release: 09 January 2006)
Click to open Spitzer Team Says Debris Disk Could Be Forming Infant Terrestrial Planets (University of Arizona Press Release: 14 December 2005) (Release Images: Image 1 | Image 2)
Click to open Spitzer Harvests Dozens of New Stars (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 15 November 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Galactic Survey Reveals a New Look for the Milky Way (University of Wisconsin - Madison Press Release: 16 August 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Astronomers Debate Whether Oldest Known Dust Disk Will Ever Form Planets (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 18 July 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Feeling the Heat from a Gamma-Ray Burst (University of Notre Dame Press Release: 07 June 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Cosmic Housecleaning? Building Blocks of Stellar Systems Go Missing (University of Minnesota Press Release: 01 June 2005) (Release Images: Image 1 | Image 2)
Click to open NASA's Spitzer Telescope Images of the Colliding Pair of Galaxies Arp 107 (East Tennessee State University Press Release: 30 May 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Infrared and Ultraviolet Images of the Interacting Galaxy Pair Arp 65 from NASA's Spitzer and GALEX Telescopes (East Tennessee State University Press Release: 30 May 2005) (Release Image)
Click to open Old Stars Seen in the Early Universe: British and US Astronomers Use New Spitzer Space Telescope To See Light from Old Stars in the Most Distant Galaxies Yet (Royal Astronomical Society Press Release: 06 April 2004)
Click to open Astronomical Surprise: Massive Old Galaxies Starve to Death in the Infant Universe (Carnegie Institution of Washington Press Release: 10 March 2004)
Click to open Young Universe Looks Like 'Vegetable Soup' (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 09 March 2004)
Click to open Lifting the Cosmic Veil (Watson Lecture Announcement) (California Institute of Technology Press Release: 02 March 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Space Telescope Reads Solar System's 'Rosetta Stone' (University of Minnesota Press Release: 11 January 2005)
Click to open NOAO-Trained Teachers to Observe with Spitzer (National Optical Astronomy Observatory Press Release: 10 January 2005)
Click to open How the Early Universe Got Dusty Remains a Mystery (University of Arizona Press Release: 02 December 2004)
Click to open Good News for Pluto -- Spitzer Astronomers Say KBOs May Be Smaller Than Thought (University of Arizona Press Release: 10 November 2004)
Click to open Spitzer Reveals What Edwin Hubble Missed (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Press Release: 31 May 2004)


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