Post by: Evan Gough
HiRISE, Mars, Missions
24 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
The HiRise camera aboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter continues to supply stunning images of the Martian surface.
Black Holes, Radio Astronomy, Science
22 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
The Event Horizon Telescope should give us our first picture of a Black Hole in the beginning of 2018.
Earth, Geology, SETI
17 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
Data collected over decades proves that Earth has another continent: Zealandia.
Cosmology, Physics, Science
The Big Bang Theory predicts three times as much lithium as observed. Where are the scientists hiding our lithium?
Commercial Space, Hubble, NASA
15 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
The Trump administration is considering a plan to extend the Hubble’s life in case the James Webb Space Telescope fails.
Astronomy, Stellar Evolution, supernova
14 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
Astronomers get a rare opportunity to observe the first hours of a supernova’s collapse.
NASA, News, Space Exploration Technologies, Venus
10 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
NASA has made progress developing electronics that can withstand Venus’ extreme surface environment.
Astronomy, Gaia, galaxies, News
8 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
A bridge of stars between the Magellanic Clouds helps unravel a mystery.
Astronauts, NASA, News, Space Shuttle
A soccer ball on the ISS pays tribute to the seven astronauts who died in the Challenger disaster.
Cassini, Enceladus, NASA, News
7 Feb , 2017 by Evan Gough
Images of Enceladus highlight its frozen, reflective beauty, and its potential as a cradle for life.
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