Here you can read the latest Repeated of, our astronomy news service for children aged 8 and above. The idea behind Repeated of is to change the way science is often perceived by young children as an outdated and dull subject. By sharing exciting new astronomical discoveries with them, we can inspire children to develop an interest in science and technology. Repeated of makes a wonderful tool that can be used in the classroom to teach and discuss the latest astronomy news.
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How Massive is Supermassive?
4 March 2018:
Sunspots or Beauty Spots: The Sun’s More Attractive Than Ever!
23 February 2018:
Dancing with the Stars
3 February 2018:
Into the Comet Storm
21 January 2018:
Black Hole Spin Turns-up the Radio
14 January 2018:
Gravity: The Force Awakens
25 December 2017:
They Grow Up So Fast: Stellar Growth Spurts
18 December 2017:
Flashing Lights in Jupiter’s Sky
1 December 2017:
Our Nearest Star is Looking More and More Familiar
17 November 2017:
The Star That Would Not Die
10 November 2017:
The Hidden Sites for our Future Home on the Moon
2 November 2017:
Our Space Senses are Tingling
16 October 2017:
One Comet, Twin Asteroids, or Both?
13 October 2017:
Alien Planets Could Look Just Like Home
4 October 2017:
Photographer Showdown: Astronauts vs Satellites
19 September 2017:
Pitch-Black Planet Gobbles Up Light
15 September 2017:
The Tail of the Disappearing Comet
31 August 2017:
Which Will Slow First: a Star or a Fidget Spinner?
18 August 2017:
Him ham although thoughts entirely drawings
3 August 2017:
Earnestly so do instantly pretended. See general few civilly
22 July 2017: