Astronomy - Metallica
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Astronomy (1998) Song by Metallica


Astronomy - Thin White Rope
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Astronomy (2006) Album by Dragonland

Astronomy is the fourth studio album by Swedish power metal band Dragonland, released in Europe on November 13, 2006 and in North America on November 28, 2006. While their third album Starfall focused heavily on keyboards and had a more upbeat lyrical tone, according to guitarist Olof Mörck, Astronomy is "gloomier, more stygian and packed with crunching guitars; both furiously fast and bone-grindingly heavy."


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Astronomy (2003) Album by Bleach

Astronomy is the fifth full-length album by the Christian rock band Bleach. It was released in 2003 under Tooth & Nail Records. This album was dedicated to Captain Josh Byers who was killed in the Iraq War on July 23, 2003. He was the brother of band members Milam Byers and Jared Byers.


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Astronomy (1984) Song by Jethro Tull


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Astronomy Song by Blue Öyster Cult

"Astronomy" is a rock song by Blue Öyster Cult that has appeared on several of the band's albums. It was first published on their 1974 album Secret Treaties. Their second live album, Some Enchanted Evening, included a version with an extended guitar solo and a third version was included on the Imaginos album. It was also re-recorded for the band's Cult Classic collection in connection with the TV miniseries of Stephen King's The Stand. Most recently the song was included on the A Long Day's Night album.


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Meet The Real-Life Astronomer Who Inspired Jodi Foster's Character In 'Contact'
Are we alone in this vast cosmos? That's the burning question that drove Dr. Eleanor Arroway -- a fictional astronomer in Carl Sagan's book &# ...
huffingtonpost.com · May 31, 2015
The Little Question That Fueled Alan Alda's Big Push For Plain-Spoken Science (PODCAST)
Alan Alda became famous for his film and television roles, including Hawkeye Pierce in the long-running TV series M*A*S*H*. In recent years, however, the ...
huffingtonpost.com · Jan 9, 2015
'Singing Comet' Detected By Rosetta Is Pure Science Weirdness
There's a new Pink Floyd album out this week. But if you really want to get spacey, the European Space Agency has released a strange song that's ...
huffingtonpost.com · Nov 13, 2014
Physicists Crush Diamonds With World's Largest Laser In Record-Setting Research
The world’s largest laser, a machine that appeared in a Star Trek movie, has attained a powerful result: It's squeezed diamond, the least co ...
huffingtonpost.com · Jul 18, 2014
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The 'Eye Of Sauron' Was Spotted By A New Planet Hunter, And It Looks A Little Bloodshot
An astronomical camera's "first light" is kind of a big deal. It's when a new imaging instrument "opens its eyes" and snaps its ...
huffingtonpost.com · Jun 5, 2014
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's New 'Skyhook' Is All About The Kids (INTERVIEW)
Basketball fans know Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for his signature skyhook shot that he used to bring his teams to victory in the 1960s, '70s, and '80 ...
huffingtonpost.com · Apr 8, 2014
Memories of Carl Sagan and Cosmos
I've watched the new incarnation of Cosmos with a sharp eye, for several reasons. When I was young, I was one of those who knew Carl Sagan, and I was ...
huffingtonpost.com · Apr 1, 2014
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