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The Next Pluto Mission: An Orbiter and Lander?


For decades, we could only imagine what the view of Pluto’s surface might be. Now, we have the real thing.

SpaceX to Launch 1st NRO SpySat Sunday after Static Fire Success


SpaceX conducts successful static hot fire test of Falcon 9 booster atop Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on 25 Apr.

Designing The Hanging Gardens Of Mars


NASA is all about solving challenges, and the goal of having a prolonged presence in space, or a colony on Mars or some other world, is full of challenges, including the necessity of growing food.

Did A Comet Impact Push Humans Into Technological Overdrive?


About 14,500 years ago, Earth began transitioning from its cold, glacial self to a warmer interglacial state.

Meet Steve, A Most Peculiar Aurora


Nicknamed Steve, this unusual aurora feature is a 15.5-mile-wide (25 km) ribbon of hot gas flowing westward at about 13,300 mph, more than 600 times faster than the surrounding air.

Adieu Titan: So Long & Thanks For All The Hydrocarbons


The Cassini spacecraft has done some amazing things since it arrived in the Saturn system in 2004. In addition to providing valuable information on the gas giant and its system of rings, it has also provided us with extensive data and photographs of Saturn’s many moons.

Another Strange Discovery From LHC That Nobody Understands


There are some strange results being announced in the physics world lately. A fluid with a negative effective mass, and the discovery of five new particles, are all challenging our understanding of the universe.

Carnival of Space #506

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Allen Versfeld at his Urban Astronomer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #506.

NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson Sets US Space Endurance Record, Speaks to President Trump


NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, currently living and working aboard the International Space Station, broke the record Monday for cumulative time spent in space by a U.S.

Messier 40 – the Winnecke 4 Double Star


Welcome back to Messier Monday! In our ongoing tribute to the great Tammy Plotner, we take a look at the double star known as Messier 40.

What is the Average Surface Temperature of Mercury?


Of all the planets in the Solar System, Mercury is the closest to our Sun. As such, you would think it is the hottest of all the Solar planets.

Into The Submillimeter: The Early Universe’s Formation


In order to make sense of our Universe, astronomers have to work hard, and they have to push observing technology to the limit.

Join Fraser and Friends for a COSMOS Marathon on Monday


Click here on Monday, April 24th at 12:00 pm PST to join the livestream. Remember COSMOS, with Carl Sagan?

Team Creates Negative Effective Mass In The Lab


When it comes to objects and force, Isaac Newton’s Three Laws of Motion are pretty straightforward. Apply force to an object in a specific direction, and the object will move in that direction.

SS John Glenn Stellar Space Station Launch – Photo/Video Gallery


Orbital ATK’s seventh cargo delivery flight to the International Space Station -in tribute to John Glenn- launched at 11:11 a.m.

SS John Glenn Arrives at Space Station with Science and Supplies


#Canadarm2 on @Space_Station is positioning #Cygnus for berthing to Unity module on 22 April 2017. Credit: NASA TV KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – The SS John Glenn commercial Cygnus resupply vessel arrived at the International Space Station early this morning, April 22, carrying nearly four tons of science and supplies crammed inside for the five person multinational Expedition 51 crew.

Exciting New Views Of Opportunity’s Remarkable Landing Site


NASA’s eagle-eyed Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has captured orbital images of Opportunity’s Hole-In-One landing site, smack dab in the middle of Eagle Crater on the surface of Mars.

First Detailed Image Of Accretion Disk Around A Young Star


According to the Nebula Hypothesis, stars and their systems of planets form from giant clouds of dust and gas.

Are Drylanders The Minority On Habitable Worlds?


If we want to send spacecraft to exoplanets to search for life, we better get good at building submarines.

Weekly Space Hangout – April 21, 2017: Dr. David Grinspoon

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest: David Grinspoon is an astrobiologist, award-winning science communicator (“Dr.


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