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January 02 2013

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HISTORY-MAKING AND RECORD-BREAKING DISCOVERIES OF 2012

The Universe Team wishes all a happy new year, and we hope you enjoy our series of retrospective posts as we share some of the biggest space-related stories of 2012.

JANUARY - Using gravitational microlensing, an international team of researchers estimated that there are 160 billion stars in our home galaxy that play host to planets--about 1.6 planets per star. Read more: http://bit.ly/xA20zG

FEBRUARY - GJ 667Cc, a planet 4.5 times the size of Earth located 22 light years away in the Sagittarius constellation, is named as the best potential candidate for hosting life. It orbits its parent star GJ 667C in the habitable zone, meaning that it is just the right distance for liquid water to exist. Read more: http://bit.ly/zmoSzG

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- NASA releases an image of the entire infrared sky, featuring half a billion deep-space objects. The image was created by researchers working on the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission. Read more: http://1.usa.gov/xUIp8X

APRIL - A Sun-like star known as HD 10180 is verified as the most populous planetary system, playing host to at least 7 confirmed planets and possibly two more. Read more: http://bit.ly/VfqdXw

MAY - Dragon, a partially reusable craft built by the private spaceflight company SpaceX, is the first commercial vehicle to successfully attach to the International Space Station. Read more: http://bit.ly/N5LHc

JUNE - Professional and amateur sky-watchers alike gathered to watch Venus pass across the sun in a rare event pattern. The pair of transits occurred in 2004 and 2012, and the next transit will not occur again until 2117. Read more: http://bit.ly/K8wDXC

JULY - Scientists at CERN announced the discovery of a particle that behaves consistently with the theoretical Higg's Boson. More research is being done to confirm the discovery. Read more: http://bbc.in/N6OY1X

AUGUST - The Curiosity robotic rover successfully landed in "Yellowknife" Quad 51 of Aeolis Palus in Gale Crater on Mars. The goal of the rover is to assess the Red Planet's climate and geology, and determine whether favorable conditions for life ever existed. The mission may pave the way for terraforming research in the future. Read more: http://1.usa.gov/xE4U1

SEPTEMBER - The Hubble eXtreme Deep Field (XDF) is the successor to the Ultra Deep Field, adding 5,500 galaxies to its predecessor's catalog. The image is a glimpse 13.2 billion years into the past, when our Universe was still young, and many of the galaxies are too faint to be seen with the human eye. Read more: http://bit.ly/QiQJzs

OCTOBER - Gas giant PH1 orbits two stars, making it one of 6 known circumbinary systems in the Universe. This particular system stands on its own because it is in turn orbited by two more stars--the only one of its kind known. The system was discovered by amateur astronomers participating in the Planet Hunters program. Read more: http://on.fb.me/XbJdLx

NOVEMBER - With a mass of 17 billion times that of our sun, the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy NGC 1277 may be the largest black hole ever recorded. While the average black holes accounts for 0.1% of their home galaxy's mass, this one weighs in at a staggering 14%. Read more: http://on.fb.me/XbKja4

DECEMBER - At 13.2 billion years old, UDFj-39546284 is the oldest galaxy ever seen. Spotted by the Hubble telescope, this ancient galaxy will give astronomers insight into the conditions of the Universe just after the Big Bang, and how galaxies evolved. The launch of the James Webb Space Telescope will likely allow us to look back even further. Read more: http://bit.ly/dY3193

Image too small? Click here for full-size viewing: http://i.imgur.com/PX5h1.jpg

Happy New Year, and stay tuned for a look at some of 2012's noteworthy names in astronomy and astrophysics.
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