esa, ExoMars, Mars
5 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
In the past few months, the ExoMars orbiter has been conducting aerobraking maneuvers that have brought it steadily closer to assuming its final orbit around the Red Planet.
Astronomy, Black Holes
2 Feb , 2018 by Matt Williams
A new study from a team of astronomers from Northwestern University indicates that molecules could be born within the outflows created by supermassive black holes.
30 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
Thanks to the efforts of an amateur astronomer, the star cluster that was recently revealed by Gaia mission is now visible for all to see!
Comets, esa, Rosetta
24 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
The ESA recently released images taken by the Rosetta spacecraft when it witnessed a “snowstorm” while making a flyby of Comet 67P
Satellites, Science, Space Junk
22 Jan , 2018 by Evan Gough
Long aluminum tethers attached to satellites could revolutionize satellite propulsion systems, and help eliminate space junk.
Astronomy, Gravitational Waves
5 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
A team of astronomers from the University of Cambridge recently showed how the Gaia mission could also help in the search for gravitational waves.
China, Space Station
3 Jan , 2018 by Matt Williams
According to the latest predictions, China’s Tiangong-1 space station is going to come crashing to Earth in March – but residents of Earth need not worry!
15 Dec , 2017 by Matt Williams
The latest scientific finds made from the first release of Gaia data include illuminating images of the Milky Way galaxy’s neighbors.
Astronomy, James Webb Space Telescope, News
17 Nov , 2017 by Matt Williams
In a recent announcement, the STScI announced the first targets that the James Webb Space Telescope will be studying once its deployed
NASA, Orion, Space Launch System
11 Nov , 2017 by Matt Williams
NASA recently concluded a critical review of the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System, and is on track to test these systems in the coming years.
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