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There is no technical or regulatory obstacle to launching a constellation of ultra-bright satellites that might render many or most astronomy programs impossible.
The true threat these mega-constellations pose to the astronomy community is only just beginning to be understood.
The new LEO satellites don’t affect every astronomy program the same way.
The team used the tool to confirm 50 new potential planets, a first for artificial intelligence as applied to astronomy.50 new planets, including one as big as Neptune, are identified using A.I.|rhhackettfortune|August 26, 2020|Fortune
Remotely operated and robotic telescopes, no matter how incredible, can also only satisfy some of the diverse observational needs of the astronomy community.
The authors took care to eliminate the possibility of other sources of polarization, which is always a concern in astronomy.
Muslims made many discoveries in mathematics, chemistry, physics, medicine, astronomy and psychology.‘Gods of Suburbia’: Dina Goldstein’s Arresting Photo Series on Religion vs. Consumerism|Dina Goldstein|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nearly everything we know about dark matter so far comes from astronomy.Still No Dark Matter from Space Station Experiment|Matthew R. Francis|September 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
One of the big challenges in astronomy involves determining when the first galaxies formed, and what they looked like.
Cosmic ray observations are more challenging than many other forms of astronomy.
The question therefore becomes one of psychological optics rather than of astronomy.
The facts are derived from such specific disciplines as geography and language, botany and astronomy.Psychology and Social Practice|John Dewey
We find also some geometrical paradoxes; and in treating of astronomy he writes as if he had never heard of the Copernican system.
These are the principal phenomena of the earth, the result of discoveries made by means of geometry, astronomy, and navigation.Buffon's Natural History, Volume I (of II)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
Besides, there was a college of two hundred philosophers, learned in astronomy, and all the other sciences and arts.