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January 2 2018 Astronomy Newsletter

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Top Ten Astronomy Stories 2017
2017 was an exciting one for astronomy, full of interesting events and discoveries. There was a fantastic solar eclipse that swept across North America, a star system with 7 Earth-sized planets, a quasar from the early Universe, Cassini's Grand Finale, a dwarf planet with rings, and much more.

If you didn't see the full moon on January 1st, there is another supermoon on January 31st, making three in a row. Also you can have a look tonight if it's clear, as the moon won't look substantially different to the way it looked last night. What is a supermoon?

Please visit for even more great content about Astronomy. I hope to hear from you sometime soon, either in the forum or in response to this email message. I welcome your feedback!

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I wish you clear skies. 

Mona Evans, Astronomy Editor 

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