Carnival of Space
12 Mar , 2018 by Susie Murph
This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Zain Husain at the Brownspaceman.com blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #552.
Astronomy, Guide to Space
12 Mar , 2018 by Tammy Plotner
Located between 2610 and 2930 light years from Earth is the King Cobra Cluster (aka. Messier 67), one of the oldest open star clusters
12 Mar , 2018 by Matt Williams
A new study conducted with the support of the NASA Astrobiology Institute has theorized that life may exist on the undersides of Europa’s icy surface.
10 Mar , 2018 by Matt Williams
Three new studies have been released based on Juno data that have revealed new things about Jupiter’s atmospheric bands and interior.
9 Mar , 2018 by Matt Williams
For the first time, team of ESA scientists recently developed and tested an air-breathing electric thruster, which could open the way for an entirely new class of satellite
Astronomy, Juno Mission, Jupiter
9 Mar , 2018 by Evan Gough
Each of Jupiter’s poles is a beautiful, geometric arrangement of Earth-sized cyclones. In the north, 8 storms surround one central storm, while on the south, 5 storms surround one in the center.
Astronomy, James Webb Space Telescope
According to a new report from the Government Accountability Office, the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope is likely to be delayed again, and exceed its cost cap.
Astronomy, Hubble, Planetary Formation
The Hubble has detected a massive dust cloud 150 billion miles across around the young star HR 4796A.
Astronomy, Exoplanets, Kepler Mission
8 Mar , 2018 by Matt Williams
A team of astronomers recently discovered a system of three exoplanets that are just 100 light years from Earth, making them ideal for future studies
Astronomy, Comets, Rosetta
8 Mar , 2018 by Evan Gough
A new study from scientists with France’s CNRS explains how comets like 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko acquire and retain their multi-lobed shapes.
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