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...things I LOVE!
by Alex Autin
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2013: A Space (Food) Odyssey
A recently started blog focusing on one persons desire to inspire science, space, technology, etc passion in readers. The blog serves as an appendage to an application to a 120 day Mars Analog Habitat Food Study. Content ranges from recipes and personal insights, to science and technology posts
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365 Days of Astronomy
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Andrew Fraknoi: Exploring the Universe
In this blog, astronomer and educator Andrew Fraknoi discusses new developments in astronomy (in non-technical terms) and suggests new resources for enjoying your own exploration of the universe.
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Astro Guyz
I’m originally from Mapleton, Maine, and retired from the U.S Air Force as an Aircraft Armament Systems Specialist. I have been fasinated by astronomy and science since watching the last Apollo Moonshots in the early 70′s and Star Trek re-runs as a kid. I’ve owned about half a dozen telescopes, done public out reach, built my own observatory, and operated the 16-scope and the University of Arizonas’ Flandreau Observatory. I’ve also contributed variable and meteor observing data. I started this blog in response to the huge interest I see in the general public, as well as some of the mis-conceptions I’ve heard.
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Astronasty
Breaking science news and multimedia, heavy on astronomy and physics (and heavy on citing) New vids, pics, articles, and the occasional research post
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Astronomically Incorrect
My Astronomy & Physics undergrad journey, resources, and anything science.
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AstronomicaMens
Le idee degli scienziati sull'Universo
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Astronomy and Law
Turning your ideas into money
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Astronomy Cast
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astropixie
things and stuff astronomy and life
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Australian Aboriginal Astronomy Project
The Aboriginal Astronomy Project is a collaboration between researchers across Australia who are studying the astronomical knowledge and traditions of Indigenous Australians, centered in the Department of Indigenous Studies at Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia.
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Bad Astronomy
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Basic Space
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Basic Space
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Breaking Orbit
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Celestial Sphere
Arctic amateur astronomy
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Cell Relics
an Astrobiologist story
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ChandraBlog - Fresh Chandra News
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Cosmic Chatter
Keep up with the latest in astronomy, space science, and human exploration with this public-level news site and podcast.
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Cosmic Log
Quantum fluctuations in space, science and society.
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Cosmic Variance
Random samplings from a universe of ideas.
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Cosmology Science
The goal of CosmologyScience.com is to demystify Cosmology principles (and jargon) by explaining the concepts as clearly as possible – without sacrificing any accuracy. It can help you understand how to distinguish between science and science-fiction, which is useful because there are more than a few science-fiction ideas in cosmology masquerading as science. It is written for a reading level similar to Scientific American; most math is removed, the math left over you can safely ignore. For further research you should find abundant links here with references to the best available science.
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Could this Happen?
Where science fiction meets science fact
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Critical Opalescence
Making the transition from confusion to comprehension, on all scales
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Dear Astronomer | Bringing space back down to earth!
Bringing space back down to earth!
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Evie's Sci Blog
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Galactic Interactions
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Galileo
Giornale di Scienza
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Galileo's Pendulum
"Galileo's Pendulum" is a blog covering physics, astronomy, math, and related topics - all for a non-specialist audience. I am especially interested in showing how science actually works, and how the various conceptual pieces fit together to make the theoretical framework that provides the best description of the natural world.
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