A* Episode 5, Page 177

Cool images of the galactic core around A* from SAROA ("South African Radio Astronomy Observatory"). Dig the 100 light-year-long "radio emitting magnetized threads" winding around the core. Thanks @n1vux for the link.
Out-of-control SpaceX rocket on collision course with moon is slightly inaccurate in that "moon" should be capitalized (Earth's moon is named Moon), and in that it's rather sensationalizing a seven-year-old piece of space junk's upcoming impact on the dark side of the Moon: after sending an NOAA observatory on its way in 2015, the rocket ran out of fuel and fell into a decaying orbit between the Earth and the Moon; its impending demise in a few weeks will constitute the first known "unintentional" case of space junk hitting the Moon.
The original 16" x 6.75" watercolor art for today's new A* page is up for auction on eBay. : )


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