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30 November 2018

Repeated of

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 The idea behind Repeated of is to change the way science is often perceived by young children as an outdated and dull subject.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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A Fairytale in Space
2 May 2012:
Not Your Average Superhero
30 April 2012:
An Astronomically Wrong Assumption
26 April 2012:
It’s My Turn to Shine!
25 April 2012:
A Cosmic Game of Hide and Seek
18 April 2012:
Archaeologists of the Universe
12 April 2012:
A Hot Discovery of Some Cold Planets
12 April 2012:
A Star Turned Inside Out!
2 April 2012:
Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? No, it’s a Super-Earth!
28 March 2012:
Galaxies Galore!
21 March 2012:
The Weird Shape of Weird Stuff
16 March 2012:
Greedy Teenage Galaxies
14 March 2012:
What Big Eyes You Have
7 March 2012:
Astronomers Find Life on… Earth?!
29 February 2012:
Optical Illusions in Space
15 February 2012:
Only the Biggest Survive
14 February 2012:
Throwing Rocks in Space
9 February 2012:
The Universal Laws of Science
8 February 2012:
The Star Kicker
1 February 2012: Every 50 years or so, a massive star in our Galaxy explodes in what is called a supernova. In the explosion, the star’s outer shells of gas are blown into space. This hot gas gives off X-ray radiation, which astronomers can photograph using special telescopes in space.
A Ghostly Face in Space
1 February 2012: Do you ever look at clouds in the sky and see the shapes of objects and people in them? Well, astronomers do the same thing in the night sky.
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