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Posted - 2 Days 23 Hours ago
Saturn now reigns as the solar systems moon king, thanks to 20 newfound moons. That brings the ringed planets total known satellites to 82, knocking Jupiter with 79 moons (SN: 7/17/18) off the throne, the International Astronomical Unions Minor Planet Center announced October 7.: Link
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Posted - 6 Days 1 Minute ago
Aleph Farms, an Israeli food company, announced today (Oct. 7) that its experiment aboard the International Space Station resulted in the first-ever lab-grown meat in space. The company focuses on growing cultivated beef steaks, or growing an entire piece of real, edible meat out of just a couple of cells, in this case, bovine cell spheroids, in a lab. On the space station, the experiment involved growing a piece of meat by mimicking a cow's natural muscle-tissue regeneration process. Aleph Farms collaborated with the Russian company 3D Bioprinting Solutions and two U.S.-based food companies to test this method in space.: Link
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Posted - 6 Days 40 Minutes ago
Three scientists have been awarded the 2019 Nobel prize in physics for groundbreaking discoveries about the evolution of the universe and the Earths place within it. James Peebles, from Canada, has been awarded half of the 9m Swedish kronor (740,000) prize for his theoretical discoveries about the evolution of the universe. The Swiss astronomers Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz share the other half of the prize for their discovery of the first planet beyond solar system.: Link
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Posted - 1 Week 2 Days ago
Dark matter was likely the starting ingredient for brewing up the very first galaxies in the universe. Shortly after the Big Bang, particles of dark matter would have clumped together in gravitational "halos," pulling surrounding gas into their cores, which over time cooled and condensed into the first galaxies.: Link
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Posted - 2 Weeks 17 Hours ago
In an effort to understand the large structures that make up universe, Harikanes team peered deep into space. Because light takes time to travel from distant galaxies, studying those farther away means seeing the galaxies as they were long in the past. Harikanes team combined observations with multiple telescopes to create 3D maps of galaxies in two distant chunks of space. Both chunks mapped were so far from us that their light took billions of years to reach Earth. The result is a glimpse of what the galaxies looked like in the distant past. The farther of the two was roughly 13 billion light-years away, giving us a snapshot from when the universe was only about 800 million years old.: Link
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Posted - 2 Weeks 3 Days ago
Right now, in the center of the Sun, there's a nuclear reaction converting hydrogen to helium, producing neutrinos, photons, & positrons. A neutrino from this reaction will pass through you just over eight minutes from now. The photons won't arrive for at least 100,000 years.: Link
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Posted - 2 Weeks 6 Days ago
Watch the launch of Japan's unpiloted cargo ship live: Link
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Posted - 3 Weeks 5 Days ago
On September 12, NASAs Juno spacecraft performed its twenty-second close flyby of Jupiter, careening down until it was just 8,000 kilometers (4,970 miles) above the gas giants clouds. From that epic vantage point, Juno then snapped a stunning series of photos of the shadow of Jupiters moon Io on the planet. In other words, it captured images of a solar eclipse on a planet besides Earth from space.: Link
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Posted - 3 Weeks 6 Days ago
The universe is a choreography of many celestial pirouettes. The moon orbits the Earth, which travels around the sun, and parent star also moves about galaxy. And beyond the border of the Milky Way lies a fascinating satellite galaxy that's dancing around galactic home and taking center stage in new imagery. Scientists definitely sense a "star quality" about that galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, mostly because it is making so many new stars. And a current miss...ion of the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) VISTA telescope has been studying this dwarf galaxy's history of star formation and modeling its structure in 3D to better understand how galaxies coalesce. The Large Magellanic Cloud and its sibling, the Small Magellanic Cloud, appear like the thumbprints left on a piece of glass. These dwarf galaxies are some of the Milky Way's closest neighbors, floating in "a long and slow dance around galaxy," according to NASA.
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Posted - 1 month 3 Days ago
An international study led by Universit de Montral astronomer Bjrn Benneke has detected water vapour on the planet K2-18b; this represents a major discovery in the search of alien life. Ever since the discovery of the first exoplanet in the 1990s, astronomers have made steady progress towards finding and probing planets located in the habitable zone of their stars, where conditions can lead to the formation of liquid water and the proliferation of life.: Link
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Posted - 1 month 4 Days ago
Just when you think youve cataloged all the beasts of the cosmos, a new one howls to us from the celestial savanna. Fast radio bursts are now one of the hottest topics in astronomy. In less time than an eye blink, these mysterious objects can release enough energy to power the world for three centuries.: Link
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Posted - 1 month 5 Days ago
India's Chandrayaan-2 orbiter circling the moon has spotted the country's lost Vikram lander on the lunar surface, but there is still no signal from the lander, according to Indian media reports. K Sivan, chief of the Indian Space Research Organisation, said today (Sept. 8) that the Vikram lander was located by Chandrayaan-2 and efforts to restore contact the probe will continue for at least 14 days, according to a Times of India report.: Link
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Posted - 1 month 3 Weeks ago
Indias moon mission, Chandrayaan-2, has arrived in lunar orbit. The spacecraft is engaged in a series of manoeuvres that will place it in its final operating orbit, a circular path looping over the moons poles at an altitude of 100km (62 miles). Chandrayaan-2 entered lunar orbit at about 0500 BST on 20 August. Its initial orbit was highly elliptical, swinging from 114km above the moon to 18,072km. A second rocket burn on 21 August changed this to 118km and 4,412km.: Link
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Posted - 2 months 6 Days ago
A crowdfunded spacecraft has successfully sailed on sunlight while in orbit around the Earth. LightSail 2 was launched in June by the space advocacy group the Planetary Society as a secondary payload on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket.: Link
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Posted - 2 months 2 Weeks ago
The Perseid meteor shower is one of the most dramatic things to see in the night sky between July and August. This meteor shower is one of the highlights of the calendar due to its high hourly rate and bright meteors, caused by the Earth slamming into the debris left behind by comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle in July and August every year.: Link
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Posted - 2 months 2 Weeks ago
NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) is halfway through its two-year primary mission and has completed its survey of the southern sky in its search for extrasolar planets. According to the space agency, the unmanned telescope has discovered 21 confirmed exoplanets and 850 candidates for further study.: Link
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Posted - 2 months 3 Weeks ago
If the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing is an opportunity to celebrate a remarkable technological achievement, its also a good time to reflect on the creative vision that made it possible. Long before Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon, artists and writers were crafting visions of extraterrestrial exploration that would make space flight possible.: Link
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Posted - 2 months 4 Weeks ago
On July 20, 1969, 600 million people watched with anxious excitement as Neil A. Armstrong and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. took their first steps on the moon's surface. The first humans ever to leave footprints in the lunar regolith, Aldrin and Armstrong made history and a permanent impression on the world as they bravely ventured beyond Earth. This summer marks 50 years since Aldrin, Armstrong and Michael Collins made their daring journey to the moon. Link
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Posted - 3 months 1 Day ago
A technical snag was observed in launch vehicle system at T-56 minute. As a measure of abundant precaution, launch has been called off for today, the agency tweeted. A revised launch date will be announced later, it added. Chandrayaan-2 is Indias first attempt at a surface landing on the moon - a feat achieved by only Russia, the US and China. If successful, it would also be the first mission to land on the unexplored lunar south pole, where scientists hope to collect information about the moons mineral and chemical composition, and search for water.
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Posted - 3 months 4 Days ago
Richard Branson-backed space startup Virgin Orbit has completed a key step along its path to launching satellites for commercial customers. The company held a successful drop test of its LauncherOne rocket, in which the crucial piece of its launch system was released in a free fall from its Boeing 747-based launch aircraft (nicknamed Cosmic Girl).: Link
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Posted - 3 months 1 Week ago
How to watch South Americas total eclipse from anywhere: Link
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Posted - 3 months 2 Weeks ago
NASA has announced that next destination in the solar system is the unique, richly organic world Titan. Advancing search for the building blocks of life, the Dragonfly mission will fly multiple sorties to sample and examine sites around Saturns icy moon. Dragonfly will launch in 2026 and arrive in 2034. The rotorcraft will fly to dozens of promising locations on Titan looking for prebiotic chemical processes common on both Titan and Earth. Dragonfly marks the first time NASA will fly a multi-rotor vehicle for science on another planet; it has eight rotors and flies like a large drone. It will take advantage of Titans dense atmosphere four times denser than Earths to become the first vehicle ever to fly its entire science payload to new places for repeatable and targeted access to surface materials.: Link
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Posted - 3 months 3 Weeks ago
Each of the six Apollo missions that landed on the Moon carried an array of science experiments designed to tell us about satellite and its environment. The Moon rocks the astronauts brought back to Earth deservedly received the most attention, but the other experiments proved their worth as well.: Link
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Posted - 4 months 1 Week ago
SpaceXs Dragon cargo capsule has made its way back from the International Space Station, completing the private launchers seventeenth resupply mission for the orbital research facility. Commercial Resupply Services mission 17 (aka CRS-17 if youre down to acronym) launched on May 4, its first backup window after an initial mission scrub. The Dragons cargo for this one included 5,500 lbs of both supplies for the astronauts, as well as materials used for ongoing experiments and research aboard the station. Link
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Posted - 4 months 2 Weeks ago
Two cosmonauts will perform a spacewalk outside the International Space Station today (May 29). Watch live on NASA TV: Link
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Posted - 4 months 3 Weeks ago
SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites for an internet constellation that could ultimately number 12,000 on a Falcon 9 rocket Thursday night. The 60 satellites mark the beginning of SpaceXs deployment of a global internet megaconstellation intended to generate more revenue to fuel the companys interplanetary ambitions.: Link
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Posted - 4 months 3 Weeks ago
Here is a unique chance to submit your name to be included on a microchip aboard a NASA Mars 2020 mission.: Link
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Posted - 5 months 1 Week ago
At the center of a galaxy more than 55 million light-years away, there's a supermassive black hole with the mass of several billion suns. And now, for the first time ever, we can see it. Astrophysicist Sheperd Doeleman, head of the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, speaks with TED's Chris Anderson about the iconic, first-ever image of a black hole -- and the epic, worldwide effort involved in capturing it.: Link
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Posted - 5 months 1 Week ago
Astronomers may have spotted a neutron star being swallowed by a black hole for the first time, marked by a belch of gravitational waves rippling across the cosmos.: Link
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Posted - 5 months 3 Weeks ago
This morning, astronauts on the International Space Station successfully grappled Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Cygnus spacecraft with the station's robotic arm, snagging 7,600 lbs (3,447 kilograms) of cargo, just in time for Easter.: Link
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Posted - 6 months 1 Day ago
The worlds largest airplane took flight for the first time ever on Saturday morning. Built by rocket launch company Stratolaunch, the 500,000-pound plane with a 385-foot wingspan lifted off shortly after 10AM ET from Mojave Air and Space Port in Mojave, California. It was a critical first test flight for the aircraft, designed to launch rockets into orbit from the air. The inaugural flight lasted for 150 minutes, according to the company, after which the plane safely landed.: Link
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Posted - 6 months 5 Days ago
Astronomers have taken the first ever image of a black hole, which is located in a distant galaxy. It measures 40 billion km across - three million times the size of the Earth - and has been described by scientists as "a monster". The black hole is 500 million trillion km away and was photographed by a network of eight telescopes across the world.... Details have been published today in Astrophysical Journal Letters.
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Posted - 6 months 5 Days ago
In the past three decades, almost 4,000 planet-like objects have been discovered orbiting isolated stars outside the solar system (exoplanets). Beginning in 2011, it was possible to use NASA's Kepler Space Telescope to observe the first exoplanets in orbit around young binary systems of two live stars with hydrogen still burning in their core.: Link
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Posted - 7 months 3 Days ago
On March 29, NASA will have the first all-female spacewalk in the agency's history. Conducting the spacewalk will be astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch. On the ground, they will be supported by an all-female crew at Houston's Johnson Space Center.: Link
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Posted - 7 months 1 Week ago
SpaceX's first Crew Dragon spacecraft cast off from the International Space Station for the return to Earth Friday (March 8th) as it wrapped up a historic test flight for NASA. The Crew Dragon undocked from the space station at 2:32 a.m. EST (0732 GMT) as both spacecraft sailed 253 miles (407 kilometers) above Africa near Sudan. Its departure ended five days linked at the station following an arrival on Sunday (March 3) during a high-profile Demo-1 demonstration mission. The spacecraft is scheduled to splash down in the Atlantic Ocean, near Florida's eastern coast, at 8:45 a.m. EST (1345 GMT).: Link
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Posted - 7 months 1 Week ago
Just a day after launching to orbit, SpaceXs new Crew Dragon capsule automatically docked to a port on the International Space Station this morning a critical part of its current test flight. This docking maneuver is something the capsule will have to do routinely in the future, when it starts transporting astronauts to and from the ISS.: Link
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Posted - 7 months 2 Weeks ago
The most detailed images of Ultima Thule -- obtained just minutes before the spacecraft's closest approach at 12:33 a.m. EST on Jan. 1 -- have a resolution of about 110 feet (33 meters) per pixel. Their combination of higher spatial resolution and a favorable viewing geometry offer an unprecedented opportunity to investigate the surface of Ultima Thule, believed to be the most primitive object ever encountered by a spacecraft.: Link
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Posted - 8 months 5 Hours ago
Late Tuesday night, scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory sent their final data uplink to the Opportunity rover on Mars. Over this connection, via the Deep Space Network, the American jazz singer Billie Holiday crooned "I'll Be Seeing You". But in the end, no response came. Opportunity would finally be declared dead on Sol 5352, as in five thousand, three hundred, and fifty-two days on Mars.: Link
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Posted - 8 months 2 Days ago
Ultima Thule: Nasa images reveal highly unusual shape of most distant object ever explored: Link
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Posted - 8 months 1 Week ago
Millions of people around the world watched a total lunar eclipse on Monday. Some of those viewing streaming broadcasts online noticed a tiny, yellow-white flash on the lunar surface a suspected meteorite impact.: Link
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Posted - 8 months 2 Weeks ago
A new effort to restore contact with the Mars rover Opportunity addresses low-probability scenarios that could be keeping the rover from communicating with Earth.: Link
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Posted - 8 months 4 Weeks ago
The appearance of a single green leaf hinted at a future in which astronauts would grow their own food in space, potentially setting up residence at outposts on the moon or other planets. Now, barely after it had sprouted, the cotton plant onboard Chinas lunar rover has died. The plant relied on sunlight at the moons surface, but as night arrived at the lunar far side and temperatures plunged as low as -170C, its short life came to an end.: Link
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Posted - 9 months 3 Days ago
Astronomers have revealed details of mysterious signals emanating from a distant galaxy, picked up by a telescope in Canada. The precise nature and origin of the blasts of radio waves is unknown. Among the 13 fast radio bursts, known as FRBs, was a very unusual repeating signal, coming from the same source about 1.5 billion light years away.: Link
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Posted - 9 months 5 Days ago
Three new planets and six supernovae outside solar system have been observed by Nasas planet-hunting Tess mission in its first three months. Since it started surveying the sky in July, the MIT-led Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite project has identified Pi Mensae b, a super-Earth that travels around its star every six days, and LHS 3844b, a rocky world with an orbit of only 11 hours.: Link
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Humanity just planted its flag on the far side of the moon. China's robotic Chang'e 4 mission touched down on the floor of the 115-mile-wide (186 kilometers) Von Krmn Crater Wednesday night (Jan. 2), pulling off the first-ever soft landing on the mysterious lunar far side.: Link
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
A Chinese spacecraft could become the first ever to land on the far side of the moon tomorrow, in a milestone for human space exploration. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) is aiming to land the craft in the unexplored South Pole-Aitken basin, the largest, oldest, deepest, crater on the moons surface. The robotic probe, Change 4, entered an elliptical path around the moon last weekend, drawing as close as 15km (9 miles) from the surface. Chinas mission control has not confirmed a time for the touchdown attempt but reports in state-run media suggested it would be early Thursday morning UK time.: Link
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Posted - 9 months 1 Week ago
Happy New Year! Follow the Link mission status here for the latest updates on the Ultima Thule flyby
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Posted - 9 months 2 Weeks ago
We hope you all had a very merry great Christmas time. Here is Universe Todays list of the top astronomy events of 2019!: Link
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Posted - 9 months 3 Weeks ago
In the early morning of Dec. 21, 1968, at Kennedy Space Centers (KSC) Launch Pad 39A, the five engines of the Saturn Vs first stage came to life precisely on time at 7:51 AM EST, powering up to their full 7.5 million pounds of thrust. The brilliance of the flame was like a second sunrise. At the top of the 6.5-million pound rocket, Apollo 8 astronauts Frank Borman, James A. Lovell, and William A. Anders were strapped inside their Command Module (CM), the first humans to fir...st-hand experience a Saturn V launch. After 2.5 minutes, the first stage had exhausted its fuel, burning it at the rate of 13 tons every second, and had carried the vehicle to an altitude of 40 miles. The second stage took over, burning for more than six minutes before it too fell away. The third stage, called the S-IVB, finished placing Apollo 8 into Earth orbit 11 and a half minutes after liftoff.
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Posted - 9 months 3 Weeks ago
The stunning Korolev crater in the northern lowlands of Mars is filled with ice all year round owing to a trapped layer of cold Martian air that keeps the water frozen. The 50-mile-wide crater contains 530 cubic miles of water ice, as much as Great Bear Lake in northern Canada, and in the centre of the crater the ice is more than a mile thick.: Link
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