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First Looks at The Martian Revealed


Image credit: 20th Century Fox/Entertainment Weekly Alert: mild spoilers lie ahead, as we’ll be discussing minor plot points of the book The Martian.

NASA Orders First Ever Commercial Human Spaceflight Mission from Boeing


Boeing was awarded the first service flight of the CST-100 crew capsule to the International Space Station as part of the Commercial Crew Transportation Capability agreement with NASA in this artists concept.

Hubble Captures a Collision in a Black Hole’s “Death Star” Beam


Activity within a jet from NGC 3862 observed with Hubble over 20 years. Credit: NASA, ESA, and E. Meyer (STScI).

Pluto Reveals Many New Details In Latest Images


These images show Pluto in the latest series of New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) photos, taken May 8-12, 2015.

U.S. Air Force Certifies SpaceX for National Security Launches, Ending Monopoly


SpaceX Falcon 9 is now certified for USAF launches. SpaceX Falcon 9 and Dragon blastoff from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on April 14, 2015 at 4:10 p.m.

NASA Selects Mission Science Instruments Searching for Habitability of Jupiter’s Ocean Moon Europa


The fascinating surface of Jupiter’s icy moon Europa looms large in this newly-reprocessed color view, made from images taken by NASA’s Galileo spacecraft in the late 1990s.

Getting Ready For International Space Station Observing Season


The International Space Station in orbital twilight during the departure of STS-119 Space Shuttle Discovery.

Astronomy Cast Ep. 378: Rutherford and Atoms

Physicists knew the interior of the atom contained protons, neutrons and electrons, but they didn’t understand exactly how they were organized.

Carnival of Space #406


Carnival of Space. Image by Jason Major. This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Stefan Lamoureaux at the Links Through Space blog.

Opportunity Rover Team Honors Pioneering Lindbergh Flight at Mars Mountaintop Crater


Martian Reminder of a Pioneering Flight. Names related to the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic have been informally assigned to a crater NASA’s Opportunity Mars rover is studying.

Rosetta’s View of a Comet’s “Great Divide”


A shadowed cliff on comet 67P/C-G imaged by Rosetta in Oct. 2014 (Credits: ESA/Rosetta/NAVCAM – CC BY-SA IGO 3.0) The latest image to be revealed of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko comes from October 27, 2014, before the Philae lander even departed for its surface.

Weekly Space Hangout – May 23, 2015: Dr. Rhys Taylor

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest:Dr. Rhys Taylor, Former Arecibo Post Doc; Current research involves looking for galaxies in the 21cm waveband.

Ceres Bright Spots Sharpen But Questions Remain


Latest image released by NASA of the white spots in the 57-mile-wide crater on the dwarf planet Ceres.

SpaceX Dragons Coming and Going at Record Setting Pace


Release of SpaceX-6 Dragon on May 21, 2015 from the International Space Station for Pacific Ocean splashdown later in the day.

X-37B Air Force Space Plane Launches on 4th Mystery Military Mission and Solar Sailing Test


Blastoff of the X-37B spaceplane on United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket with the OTV-4 AFSPC-5 satellite for the U.S.

Watch Jupiter Get Blasted by an Iridium Flare

Cue the “Space Invaders” sound effects! We’ve shared previously how astrophotographer Thierry Legault will travel anywhere to get a unique shot.

Hunting LightSail in Orbit


An artist’s conception of LightSail in low Earth orbit. Image credit: The Planetary Society The hunt is on in the satellite tracking community, as the U.S.

Air Force X-37B Spaceplane Launches on May 20 with Military, NASA and LightSail Payloads: Watch Live


Fourth flight of the secretive U.S. Air Force X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle is set for blastoff on May 20, 2015 from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Astronomy Cast Ep. 377: Thomson Finds the Electron

At the end of the 19th century, physicists were finally beginning to understand the nature of matter itself, including the discovery of electrons – tiny particles of negative charge that surround the nucleus.

What Makes Mars Sunsets Different from Earth’s?


Sunset photographed from Gale Crater by the Mars Curiosity rover on April 15, 2015. The four images shown in sequence here were taken over a span of 6 minutes, 51 seconds using the left eye of the rover’s Mastcam.


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