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Astro Bob

The solar system's largest planet really wants your attention.
Monday night's aurora displayed a rare, deep-red SAR arc. We also recap NASA's successful mission to nudge an asteroid.
Scientists will test one way we might defend our planet from a future asteroid impact. Here's how to watch it live.
NASA's flagship infrared telescope captures an amazing view of Neptune's rings. Watch for aurora on Thursday, Sept. 22.

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Mars is really getting bright. For the next few nights, it lines up with Aldebaran in Taurus the Bull and 'looks' straight at us.
NASA's InSight lander has detected several meteoroid impacts, one of which left a string of craters and a big "bloop-bloop!"
The International Space Station begins a new round of easy-to-see passes, while early risers can catch China's Tiangong space station. We also take a whirlwind tour of Earth's atmosphere.
We anticipate the moon's next move and learn about a new satellite constellation that may significantly alter our experience of the night sky.
This weekend's special moon brings a double dose of light to the ever-lengthening night.
A Webb's-eye view of newborn suns in one of the largest stellar nurseries known.

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We may get a repeat performance of Saturday's spellbinding aurora on Sunday, Sept. 4.
A look at the best and brightest night-sky sights as we transition from summer to fall.
Vesta is nosing around Capricornus not far from Saturn. We pay it a visit in binoculars.

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