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Daily Telegraph
A strange storm is choking Neptunethe bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstor
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
the bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstorm that’s underneath,” Bryan Butler of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory told National Geographic. “And it seems to be staying steady, for it’s been a month or... Read more
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Perth Now
A strange storm is choking Neptunethe bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstor
Perth Now / Posted 16 days ago
the bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstorm that’s underneath,” Bryan Butler of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory told National Geographic. “And it seems to be staying steady, for it’s been a month or... Read more
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News.com.au
A strange storm is choking Neptunethe bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstor
News.com.au / Posted 16 days ago
the bright stuff is probably sort of like cirrus clouds on top of a thunderstorm that’s underneath,” Bryan Butler of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory told National Geographic. “And it seems to be staying steady, for it’s been a month or... Read more
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WA Today
The eclipse that revealed the universemeasurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant gala
WA Today / Posted 18 days ago
measurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant galaxies. In 2009 Edward Fomalont, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his colleagues used a set of antennas known as the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The eclipse that revealed the universemeasurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant gala
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
measurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant galaxies. In 2009 Edward Fomalont, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his colleagues used a set of antennas known as the... Read more
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Canberra Times
The eclipse that revealed the universemeasurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant gala
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
measurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant galaxies. In 2009 Edward Fomalont, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his colleagues used a set of antennas known as the... Read more
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The Age
The eclipse that revealed the universemeasurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant gala
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
measurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant galaxies. In 2009 Edward Fomalont, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his colleagues used a set of antennas known as the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The eclipse that revealed the universemeasurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant gala
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
measurements of light-bending have come from radio observations of distant galaxies. In 2009 Edward Fomalont, of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia, and his colleagues used a set of antennas known as the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Great Filter theory could explain why ET's not answeringlike intergalactic phone-tag — human's and aliens could be just missing each ot
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 30 days ago
like intergalactic phone-tag — human's and aliens could be just missing each other's phone calls every time. (Supplied: National Radio Astronomy Observatory)Before anyone makes a connection, they're wiped out However even before there is... Read more

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