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    1. The Solar System: This article explores the astronomical unit that constitutes our solar system. It details the Sun, the eight planets, asteroids, comets, meteors, and the Kuiper belt. The specific features of each planet are examined in detail, together with their known moons.

    2. Galaxies: This article provides a comprehensive overview of galaxies—enormous cosmic entities comprising stars, dust, gas, and dark matter. Key subjects include their formation, classification (spiral, elliptical, and irregular), evolution and our home galaxy, the Milky Way.

    3. Stars: An article that dives deep into the understanding of stars. It encapsulates the formation and types of stars, including main sequence stars, giants, supergiants, white dwarfs, neutron stars, and black holes. It also explains stellar evolution and the concept of constellations.

    4. The Universe and Cosmology: This piece explores the comprehensive structure of the universe. It elaborates on fundamental concepts such as the Big Bang Theory, cosmic microwave background radiation, dark matter, and dark energy. It also introduces theories on the shape, size, and fate of the universe.

    5. Celestial Mechanics: This is a discussion on the motion of celestial bodies. The underlying physical principles like gravity and its application in orbital transfers and tides are discussed. It also delves into the study of planet motion, solar and lunar eclipses, and calendars’ development based on celestial movement.

    6. Telescopes and Observatories: This article provides knowledge about the tools of astronomy like telescopes (optical, radio, infrared, ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma-ray), space observatories (Hubble Space Telescope, Chandra X-ray Observatory), and their historical evolution.

    7. Extraterrestrial Life: This examines the possibility of life beyond Earth. It enlightens readers about the search for extraterrestrial life, exploration of Mars, and the endeavors of SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence).

    8. The History of Astronomy: This recounts the history of astronomy from its ancient roots through the major astronomical discoveries of the 20th century. It notes key historical figures and the impact of space exploration.

    9. Space Exploration: Details the history, advancements, and future of space exploration. Discusses manned and unmanned missions, space probes sent to other planets (Voyager, Viking, Pioneer), and the international space programs.

    10. Comets, Asteroids, and Meteors: This article offers a thorough examination of these celestial bodies, their origin, structure, and the role they play in the solar system. It touches upon famous events related to these objects such as Halley’s Comet, the Tunguska Event.