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745    W. M. Keck Observatory    News and Outreach    41 articles
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Edit Delete astronomy 2017 March 6         Hints at Possible Change in Water ‘Fingerprint’ of Comet     www.keckobservatory.org/recent/entry/nasa_study_using_keck_telescope_hints_at_possible_change_in_water_fingerpri  
Edit Delete astronomy 2013 July           New Class of Star Cluster Discovered     www.keckobservatory.org/recent/entry/new_class_of_star_cluster_discovered  
Edit Delete astronomy 2013 June         2 Scientists Discover System with Three Planets in Habitable Zone     www.keckobservatory.org/recent/entry/scientists_discover_system_with_three_planets_in_habitable_zone#page=2  
Edit Delete astronomy 2012 April 27         ‘Ridiculously’ Dim Bevy of Stars Found Beyond Milky Way     keckobservatory.org/news/ridiculously_dim_cluster_found_beyond_milky_way  
Edit Delete astronomy 2011 August 26         Uncovering the Secrets of the Great Supernova     keckobservatory.org/news/secrets_of_supernova  
Edit Delete astronomy 2011 February 9         Europa Helps Astronomers Penetrate Jupiter’s Lost Belt     keckobservatory.org/news/europa_helps_astronomers_penetrate_jupiters_lost_belt  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 August 30         Spectrum of Young Extrasolar Planet Yields Surprising Results     keckobservatory.org/news/spectrum_of_young_extrasolar_planet_yields_surprising_results  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 June 15         Reverse cosmic lens advances quasar studies     keckobservatory.org/news/reverse_cosmic_lens_advances_quasar_studies  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 June           Zooming in on Infant Planetary System     keckobservatory.org/news/zooming_in_on_infant_planetary_systems  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 May 19         Possible new type of supernovae puts calcium in your bones     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/possible_new_class_of_supernovae_puts_calcium_in_your_bones  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 March 31         Astronomers See Historical Supernova From New Angle     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/astronomers_see_historical_supernova_from_new_angle  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 March 8         Keck telescope confirms smallest known star duo     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/keck_telescope_confirms_smallest_known_star_duo  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 January 7         New tidal streams found in Andromeda reveal history of galactic mergers     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/new_tidal_streams_found_in_andromeda_reveal_history_of_galactic_mergers  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 January 7         Second smallest exoplanet found to date discovered at Keck     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/second_smallest_exoplanet_to_date_discovered_at_keck  
Edit Delete astronomy 2010 January 4         Waltzing black holes take center stage at astronomy meeting     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/waltzing_black_holes_take_center_stage_at_astronomy_meeting/  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 October 9         A New View of the Moon     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/a_new_view_of_the_moon  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 September 24         Keck Interferometer Nuller Spots Double Dust Cloud     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/KIN_2009  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 July 20         Jupiter Adds a Feature     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/jupiters_adds_a_feature  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 July 9 1505       New Method Finds Most Distant Supernovae     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/new_method_finds_most_distant_supernovae  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 January 15         Discovery of Methane Reveals Mars Is Not a Dead Planet     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/discovery_of_methane_reveals_mars_is_not_a_dead_planet  
Edit Delete astronomy 2009 January 6         Astronomers use gamma-ray burst to probe star formation in the early universe     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/astronomers_use_gamma-ray_burst_to_probe_star_formation_in_the_early_univer  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 November 13         ASTRONOMERS CAPTURE FIRST IMAGES OF NEWLY-DISCOVERED SOLAR SYSTEM     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/astronomers_capture_first_images_of_newly-discovered_solar_system  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 October 15         Keck Telescope and Cosmic Lens Resolve Nature and Fate of Early Star-Forming     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/keck_telescope_and_cosmic_lens_resolve_nature_and_fate_of_early_star-formin  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 August 20         MOST BLACK HOLES MIGHT COME IN ONLY SMALL AND LARGE     keckobservatory.org/index.php/news/most_black_holes_might_come_in_only_small_and_large  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 July 11       0.1 Rare Star Making Machine Found in Early Universe     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=194  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 June 2       0.1 ASTRONOMERS WEIGH THE COLDEST BROWN DWARF     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=193  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 May 22       0.1 CONTINUED TURBULENCE IN JUPITER'S ATMOSPHERE     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=192  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 April 29       0.1 COMPACT GALAXIES IN EARLY UNIVERSE PACK A BIG PUNCH     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=191  
Edit Delete astronomy 2008 January 28       0.1 Nova Phenomenon Explanined with Nulling Mode     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=190  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 December 5       0.1 NASA Mega-Telescope Gears Up to Study Cosmos     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=157  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 November 6       0.1 Keck Helps Discover Record Fifth Planet     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=155  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 October 11       0.2 Morning forecast on Titan widespread methane drizzle off Xanadu   www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=152  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 October 4       0.1 Scientists 'Weigh' Tiny Galaxy Halfway Across Universe     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=151  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 September 12       0.1 Dark, but Light Smallest Galaxies Ever Seen Solve a Big   www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=147  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 August     4 6 0.1 One of the Most Curious Objects in the Sky   Dr. James Graham, et al www.keckobservatory.org/newsletter.php  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 August     4 6 0.2 Keck Confirms Largest Exoplanet To Date   Georgi Mandushev, et al www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=114  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 August     4 6 0.4 'Blue Needle' Presents Challenge for Theorists     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=111  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 July     4 5 0.1 Astronomers Find Most Distant Known Galaxies     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=107  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 July     4 5 0.2 It’s Official! Dwarf Planet Eris is Larger than Pluto     www.keckobservatory.org/article.php?id=109  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 July     4 5 0.3 MAGIQ Underway at Keck     keckobservatory.org/support/magazine/2007/june/07june_2.htm  
Edit Delete astronomy 2007 July     4 5 0.4 The 50 by 50 Project     keckobservatory.org/support/magazine/2007/june/index.htm#one