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  1. The waxing Moon this week steps out of Taurus past Mars, across Gemini and Cancer, and into Leo. Sirius and Procyon remain in the southwest after dusk. Jupiter and Saturn shine in early dawn.

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  2. With the recent discovery of Nova Scorpii 2021 earlier this week, three bright stellar explosions are now visible in small telescopes from dusk till dawn.

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  3. The latest NASA budget proposal would invest in science in a big way, including a large increase in funding for space exploration.

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  4. New distances to two dwarf galaxies with unusually spread-out stars support the idea that these galaxies have little to no dark matter.

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  5. New applications of machine learning have enabled astronomers to classify 27 million galaxies and pick out a dozen rare quadruply lensed quasars.

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