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February 14 2020 Astronomy Newsletter

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AstroFest 2020 – Space Missions
Can't get to a mountaintop telescope, wait for a clear sky, or dim outdoor lightning? Not a concern for those attending European AstroFest 2020 at the end of January. “The Universe under One Roof” was back in Kensington, London, and there was plenty to see.
And if you haven't seen the previous article, it's a replacement for an old article, substantially rewritten and with new illustrations. Although it says "for kids", it's an introduction to the topic for anybody!
Quasars – Facts for Kids
Quasars are the brightest and some of the most distant objects in the Universe. When we see them, we are looking into the past, to a time before our Solar System existed.
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  Mona Evans, Astronomy Editor

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