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SDSU astronomers collaborated with NASA on the first discovery made by NASA
Astronomers Pinpoint Two New Double-Star Planetary Systems
Image Courtesy: NASA/JPL Caltech/T. Pyle
Astronomers Discover Third Planet in the Kepler-47 Circumbinary System
Crosshairs indicate the location of the nova studied. Remnant can be seen as a partial arc to the right of the nova.
First Evidence Discovered of a Gigantic Remnant Around an Exploding Star
X-ray light pulses out in rings from a neutron star in the Circinus X-1 star system. (Credit: NASA
Hunting the Original Star Stuff
Artist
New Planet Is Largest Discovered That Orbits Two Suns
Mt. laguna observatory
Strive Hits Full Stride
The newly discovered planet (right) orbits a pair of suns.
Tenth Transiting “Tatooine”
Faculty Monty awards
Faculty Monty Winners
Jeneene shooting video
Top Videos of 2014
The Mars rock "Aztec"
Aztecs in Space (Literally)
SDSU
New Eye in the Sky
Robert Quimby
Astronomer Wins "Surprise" Breakthrough Award