All Space Considered year 2010

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December 2010 Edition:

Mars and the Moon over Manhattan Arsenic and old bacteria ... New paths for alien life? Blackness Remembering Allan Sandage
 
Parachute Test Mysterious rocket launch? Hubble Image of the Coma Galaxy Beautiful astronomical images
 
Flash of light on Jupiter What did we learn from Comet Hartley? Flash of light on Jupiter Meet James Bullock.
Expand your cosmological horizons!
 
Flash of light on Jupiter December sky report: very-high-lunar-eclipse edition    

November 2010 Edition:

Mars and the Moon over Manhattan Changes at the edge of the solar system
 
Blackness Space Shuttle Discovery's last mission
       
Parachute Test NASA's EPOXI mission to Comet Hartley Hubble Image of the Coma Galaxy Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe
Mission ends
       
Flash of light on Jupiter Beautiful astronomical images Flash of light on Jupiter November sky report

October 2010 Edition

Mars and the Moon over Manhattan Galaxy building blocks
 
Blackness Mysterious Mars
       
Parachute Test Fine structure constant - not so constant? Hubble Image of the Coma Galaxy Uncertainty at NASA
       
Flash of light on Jupiter Beautiful astronomical images Flash of light on Jupiter October sky report

September 2010 Edition:

Mars and the Moon over Manhattan Mars is as big as the full moon - NOT!
 
Blackness Seeing in the dark: Dark matter, dark energy
       
Parachute Test Highlights and lowlights from commercial space exploration Drowned Rickshaw Planet Earth report: Extreme planet
       
Hubble Image of the Coma Galaxy Beautiful astronomical images Flash of light on Jupiter September sky report


August 2010 Edition: SPECIAL EDITION: LIGHT OF THE VALKYRIES

Watch our new planetarium show, Light of the Valkyries, at 7:45 then follow us behind the scenes for The Making of Light of The Valkyries.

Tickets are required for Light of the Valkyries. Tickets go on sale at 7:00 p.m. for the 7:45 show. Tickets cannot be sold in advance. Prices are $7 for adults, $5 for FOTO members, seniors, and students, and $3 for children 5-12. Children under 5 cannot be admitted to the Samuel Oschin Planetarium. There can be no late seating. For more information on buying tickets, click here.
 
The Making of Light of The Valkyries and the rest of All Space Considered will begin at 8:30 p.m. in the Leonard Nimoy Event Horizon.
 
Report from Easter Island: Eclipse 2010 August Sky report: Perseid Alert!

July 2010 Edition:

Kepler finds 750 Planets? Hanny's Voorwerp....what is it?
 
Hayabusa comes home from Itokawa July Sky Report
 
Plan for the fall... What would you like to see at All Space Considered?    

June 2010 Edition:

Black Holes Light Up
When Galaxies Merge
(Illustration: Don Dixon)
Secret X37B Space Plane Spied On!
       
Mars Phoenix Lander Declared Dead! June Sky Report: Ceres and Comet McNaught C/2009R1 and more!
       
Crazy Multi-Planetary System  

May 2010 Edition:

First images of the sun from the Solar Dynamics Observatory Griffith Observatory's 75th birthday
 
Hubble's 20th birthday Volcanoes in the solar system
 
Beautiful Astronomical Images May Sky Report

April 2010 Edition:

 
Extreme Creatures - on Earth and Beyond Who Owns the Moon?
 
The First Stars Major Milestones in Private Space Exploration
 
Beautiful Astronomical Images: the Milky Way Halo, the Orion Nebula, and more April Sky Report

February, 2010 Edition:

 
Haitiquake Haiti Earthquake: Living on an Active Planet Sun Waking Up the Quiet Sun
 
Comingup Coming Attractions: Astronomy and Space in 2010 Picture Gallery: Hubble, Moon, Mars, and more
 
DECSKY Plus February Sky Report    
 

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