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Rosetta Moving Closer to Comet 67P Hunting for Philae Landing Site

Animation Caption: Possible landing sites on Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The model shows the illumination of the comets surface and regions under landing site consideration for the Philae lander on board ESA’s Rosetta spececraft .

Surf Saturn’s Rings In Amazing Raw Cassini Images From This Week

Sunlight and shadow combine in this photo of Saturn and its rings taken Aug. 19, 2014. Credit: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute When Saturn is at its closest to Earth, it’s three-quarters of a billion miles away — or more than a billion kilometers!

Space Shapes: Watch This Origami Solar Array Prototype Unfurl

From paper cranes to solar sails, looks like the Japanese art of origami is making its way into the space world.

Earth’s Ozone Under Attack Despite Banning Destructive Compound: Study

The ozone hole over Antarctica on Aug. 18, 2014. Purple and blue represent zones with the least ozone, while yellow and red show thicker areas.

How Watching 13 Billion Years Of Cosmic Growth Links To Storytelling

How do you show off 13 billion years of cosmic growth? One way that astronomers can figure that out is through visualizations — such as this one from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, called Illustris.

A Piece of Vesta Has Been Stolen!

The Meteorite of Serooskerken at the Sonnenborgh Museum (Source: Andre van der Hoeven) Calling all meteorite collectors and enthusiasts!

Is A Sitcom Astronaut Hadfield’s Next Frontier? ABC Comedy In The Works, Report Says

Chris Hadfield all dressed up for another day in space. Credit: Chris Hadfield (Twitter) It’s possible that Chris Hadfield’s best-selling book will become a sitcom!

Watch A ‘Swan’ Fly Free From Its Trap In A Space Robotic Arm

What does it look like when a cargo ship goes flying away from the International Space Station? This timelapse gives you a sense of what to expect.

Remembering the “World War I Eclipse”

Glorious totality, as seen during the recent total solar eclipse of July 22nd, 2009. Credit: Narayan Mukkavilli.

Curiosity Brushes ‘Bonanza King’ Target Anticipating Fourth Red Planet Rock Drilling

NASA’s Curiosity rover looks back to ramp with 4th drill site target at ‘Bonanza King’ rock outcrop in ‘Hidden Valley’ in this photo mosaic view captured on Aug.

Australian Amateur Terry Lovejoy Discovers New Comet

The small fuzzy object, a likely new comet, was just discovered by Terry Lovejoy. Copyright Alain Maury and Joaquin Fabrega It’s confirmed!

Feel The Beat: Black Hole’s Pulse Reveals Its Mysterious Size

There’s a bit of a mystery buried in the heart of the Cigar Galaxy, known more formally as M82 or Messier 82.

This Martian Basin Shows Off Our Solar System’s Violent Past

A Mars Express image of craters in Hellas Basin, an impact basin on Mars that is one of the biggest in the solar system.

Beam a Message to Mars and Support Space Research and Exploration

Uwingu’s latest fund-raising project is ‘Beam Me to Mars.’ Image courtesy Uwingu. A new project from Uwingu to help address funding shortages for researchers, scientists, educators and students allows people from Earth to give a global “shout?

Timelapse: Indonesian Volcanoes at Day and Night by Thierry Legault

Here’s a beautiful new timelapse from the extremely talented astrophotographer, Thierry Legault. He recently traveled to Java Island in Indonesia to the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park and shot imagery and footage of two active volcanoes, both during the day and at night.

What Are These Mysterious Green Lights Photographed From the Space Station?

NASA astronaut Reid Wiseman Tweeted this photo of Thailand at night on Aug. 18, 2014 “Bangkok is the bright city.

One That Fell to Earth: Researchers Reveal 2012 Novoto Meteorite Took a Beating

End of flight fragmentation of the Nov. 18, 2012 fireball over the San Francisco Bay Area. Images are displayed horizontally in time series to depict the breakup, left to right.

Astrophotos: Spectacular Venus-Jupiter Conjunction Graces the Dawn

A panoramic view of the Venus Jupiter Conjunction on August 17, 2014, taken from the Cairns Esplanade in Queensland Australia.

Carnival of Space #367

Carnival of Space. Image by Jason Major. The tent is up! This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Pamela Hoffman at the Everyday Spacer blog.

Cygnus Cargo Carrier Concludes with Fiery Reentry Aug. 17 – Amazing Astronaut Photos

Cygnus reentry [17 Aug 2014]. In 84 days Reid, Max and I will ride home inside such an amazing fireball!