Space Flight, Technology
20 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to the Department of National Intelligence’s (DNI) 2018 report, China and Russia could be developing technologies that will give them an edge in space.
Astronomy, Black Holes
A team of Japanese astronomers conducted the first detailed observation of a dust and gas torus surrounding a supermassive black hole.
19 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
The Opportunity rover just experienced its 5000th sunrise on Mars and is still revealing things about the Martian surface.
19 Feb , 2018 by Fraser Cain
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Astronomy, Hubble, Neptune
19 Feb , 2018 by Evan Gough
Hubble images track the demise of an enormous storm in Neptune’s atmosphere. Rather that expiring in a flash of atmospheric glory, the storm is slowly just fading away.
Carnival of Space
19 Feb , 2018 by Susie Murph
Welcome to the 549th Carnival of Space! The Carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit. So now, on to this week’s stories!
18 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to a recent study by a French-Chinese collaboration, the Andromeda galaxy (as we know it) is younger than we thought!
Astrophotos, Observing, SpaceX
16 Feb , 2018 by Evan Gough
An award-winning astrophotographer in California has captured images of the Tesla Roadster and its driver “Starman” speeding through space.
16 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to the latest study by a team that has been observing ‘Oumuamua since it was first discovered, this interstellar asteroid had a violent past!
15 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to a new study, there is a slim chance that Musk’s Roadster (and Spaceman) could collide with Earth or Venus is a few eons.
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