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Watch Stars Orbit The Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole


The Milky Way’s supermassive black hole, called Sagittarius A* (or Sgr A*), is arrowed in the image made of the innermost galactic center in X-ray light by NASA’s Chandra Observatory.

Process Behind Martian Streaks Continues To Puzzle


It’s a well-documented fact that roughly 4 billion years ago, Mars had liquid water flowing on its surface.

German ‘Largest Artificial Sun’ To Generate Climate Friendly Fuel


Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the Universe. But here on Earth, it’s rather rare. That’s unfortunate, because in our warming world, its status as an emissions-free fuel makes it a coveted chemical.

Curiosity Captures Gravity Wave Shaped Clouds On Mars


This week, from March 20th to 24th, the 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference will be taking place in The Woodlands, Texas.

SpaceX Outbids ULA for Military GPS Contract Igniting Fierce Launch Competition


Upgraded SpaceX Falcon 9 blasts off with Thaicom-8 communications satellite on May 27, 2016 from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL.

New Study Wants To Rip T-Rex From Its Place On Dino Tree


To kids, there are only two kinds of dinosaurs: meat-eaters and plant-eaters. But to paleontologists, those are just diet distinctions.

Astronauts Capture Great Views of Mount Etna Eruption


Mount Etna is Europe’s most active volcano, and it’s been spouting off since late February 2017. It spewed lava and gas with a rather big eruption last week, where 10 people were actually injured.

Curiosity’s Battered Wheels Show First Breaks


Since it landed on August 6th, 2012, the Curiosity rover has spent a total of 1644 Sols (or 1689 Earth days) on Mars.

Why Doesn’t Earth Have Rings?


Before we really get started on today’s episode, I’d like to share a bunch of really cool pictures created by my friend Kevin Gill.

SpaceX & NASA Studying 2020 Landing Sites For Dragon


As part of their effort to kick-start the eventual colonization of Mars, SpaceX is sending an unmanned Dragon spacecraft to Mars.

What’s the Difference Between a Rocket and Space Plane? Amazing Hand-Drawn Animations Explain It All


You gotta love Earth’s atmosphere. It basically makes life (as we know it) possible on our planet by providing warmth and air to breathe, as well as protecting us from nasty space things like radiation and smaller asteroids.

Rosetta Images Show Comet’s Changing Surface Close Up


The Rosetta spacecraft learned a great deal during the two years that it spent monitoring Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko – from August 6th, 2014 to September 30th, 2016.

Large Hadron Collider Discovers 5 New Gluelike Particles


Since it began its second operational run in 2015, the Large Hardon Collider has been doing some pretty interesting things.

Carnival of Space #501

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brad Rogers at The Evolving Planet blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #501.

Stephen Hawking Is Going To The Edge Of Space


Stephen Hawking has spent decades theorizing about the Universe. His thinking on black holes, quantum gravity, quantum mechanics, and a long list of other topics, has helped shaped our understanding of the cosmos.

Eye Opening Numbers On Space Debris


Orbital debris, otherwise known as “space junk”, is a major concern. This massive cloud that orbits the Earth is the result of the many satellites, platforms and spent launchers that that have been sent into space over the years.

SpaceX Dragon Splashes Down in Pacific with Treasure Trove of Space Station Science


The SpaceX Dragon CRS-10 spacecraft is pictured seconds before splashing down in the Pacific Ocean on Mar.

How Did Uranus Get its Name?


The period known as the Scientific Revolution (ca. 16th to the 18th century) was a time of major scientific upheaval.

Ever Wondered What Final Approach To Mars Might Feel Like?


We’ve posted several ‘flyover’ videos of Mars that use data from spacecraft. But this video might be the most spectacular and realistic.

Catch Comet 41P Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresák At Its Best


Comet 41P Tuttle-Giacobini-Kresák glows green (left) and shows its true coma and just the hint of a stubby tail in the negative (red) image (right) from March 19th.


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