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# seeing stars
'Secret location' Van Gogh experience postponed amid confusion over two similar events
Two similar exhibitions have both sold tickets for ‘immersive’ displays of the famous artist’s work in Dublin.
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Voices
Column: Does celebrity opinion promote or distract from the news?
Many celebrities have weighed in on the recent violence in Gaza; are they opening an important dialogue or just mouthing off about things they don’t understand?
# Sky at night
In need of a wish? This week is your best chance of catching a shooting star
The annual Perseid meteor shower reaches its peak this week.
# seeing stars
An 'extremely bright' fireball was spotted over Ireland
If you did, you weren’t alone.
# jobs watch
Think you'd pass O'Leary's first round auditions? Ryanair's looking to hire 50 'web stars'
The Ryanair boss is looking for IT and digital professionals with the ‘X Factor’. He’ll be hosting an open day for those who make it through the first round of the process…
# seeing stars
Europe's €740 million star-hunting telescope 'Gaia' enters Earth orbit
Data from the craft will be used to create the most accurate 3D map of the Milky Way yet, allowing astronomers to determine the origin and evolution of the galaxy.
# more space
NASA extends life on International Space Station for another four years
Chris Hadfield’s former home will stay in operation until 2024. It was due to be decommissioned in 2020.
# seeing stars
KO’ed Romelu Lukaku did not know he had scored debut Everton winner
The Belgian asked the team physio who had scored his side’s last goal. Mate, you did.