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# Astronomy

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The Daily Fix: Monday
Ever seen a ‘super moon’? Well, you can this weekend…
Meteor shower will be visible from Ireland this weekend
Mars Watch: Tonight's your chance to see the red planet
Bright stars: What to see in the sky tonight
'Double Planet' in the skies tonight, as Venus and Jupiter blaze together
Planets to align over Ireland after sunset tonight
There's a $5m lump of moon rock in a dump in Finglas
Jupiter and Venus on view for Irish astronomers
What do you mean you missed it? An asteroid just flew past Earth
€670m satellite to be named after Swords boy Adam, 10
Mystery Moroccan rocks 'fell from Mars', say scientists
'New Earth' found in distant solar system
The most habitable alien planets ranked
Astronomy Ireland lecture asks: what happens when the Sun dies?
Nobel Prize for physics awarded for focus on universe expansion
'Steam bath' planet could support life, say astronomers
Meteor hunt begins after fireball lands 'on west of Ireland'
WATCH: Physicists recreate the formation of the Milky Way
Meteorite hunt in the North while stargazers gather for cosmic 'Star-B-Q'
Stargazers find new planet made entirely of diamond
Watch out for shooting stars in the skies this weekend
Watch the skies for aurora borealis and shooting stars
Slideshow: Last night's lunar eclipse
Friday the 13th: Lucky for lovers?
Earth set for near miss from asteroid - but greater danger ahead
Written in the stars: why Easter is a moveable feast
Massive solar flare sends particles towards Earth
Slideshow: Solar eclipse 2011
Look outside: it's your last chance to see a solar eclipse for four years
Newgrange winter dawn coincides with rare total lunar eclipse
Is it a bird? Is it a snowstorm? No - it's a meteor shower
Ireland to brighten up with meteor shower tonight
Danish astronomer exhumed... after 409 years
'Champagne' supernova spotter celebrates with a nice cup of tea
Catch a glimpse of Jupiter at its closest for nearly 50 years
Amazing picture of star spiral