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What Is A Starquake? The World's Tiniest Telescopes Launch Today to Find Out

Despite being among the brightest and easily identified clusters in the night sky, the trio of stars in Orion's Belt are actually among the least studied in astronomy. That's partly because the huge, far-seeing telescopes typically sent into space are designed to spot only the dimmest, most distant stars. But Orion's Belt will finally get its day in the sun with today's launch of a pair of tiny telescopes—the smallest to ever gaze into the heavens. Read More >>


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