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One Idea for a Lunar Lava Tube ExplorerLava tubes on the moon are some of the most interesting, and difficult, places to explore in the solar system.

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Astronomers Use Gravitational Lensing Effect to Detect Intermediate-Mass Black HoleA gravitationally lensed gamma-ray burst, designated GRB 950830, helped astronomers detect a black hole about 55,000 times more massive than the Sun.

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SpaceX's Dragon spaceship is getting the ultimate window for private Inspiration4 spaceflightWhen SpaceX launches four civilian astronauts on the private Inspiration4 spaceflight, they're going to have the ultimate window: a glass dome offering panoramic views of Earth from space.Â.

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LEGO Announces the Space Shuttle Discovery and Hubble EditionWhen I saw the opportunity to write about a new Lego set featuring the Space Shuttle Discovery and Hubble, I immediately went to my 7 year old son, who is obsessed with Legos, and asked him if he thought I should write about it.

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WATCH: SpaceX's latest Starship prototype, Sn11, explodes in midairHopes for a successful flight and landing were dashed when SpaceX's heavy-duty rocket exploded before making it to the ground.

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Watch VP Kamala Harris speak with NASA astronauts in space for Women's History MonthU.S. Vice President Kamala Harris spoke with NASA astronauts Shannon Walker and Kate Rubins, who are currently working aboard the International Space Station.

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Light pollution from satellites 'poses threat' to astronomyMega-constellations could cause scientists to miss out on crucial discoveries, warn researchers.

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Scientists Are Hunting For Alien Worlds Outside Our Solar SystemScientists are on the hunt for exoplanets, planets that exist outside our solar system. So far, they've found thousands of planets orbiting other stars and some that might be like our own world.

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ISS flyby by Shakeel AnwarCapturing the International Space Station connected to the SpaceX Endeavour spacecraft and Canadarm2, Shakeel Anwar won the Photo of the Week title for November&.

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These giant mirrors will help astronomers see to the edges of the universeThe four-year process of casting the sixth of seven primary mirrors for the Giant Magellan Telescope began this month.

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CHiPS: MIT Astronomers Discover New Galaxy Clusters Hiding in Plain SightLesson learned from the CHiPS survey must inform future cluster searches, researchers say. MIT astronomers have discovered new and unusual galactic neighborhoods that previous studies overlooked.

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Alien comet Borisov in incredibly immaculate conditionNew Very Large Telescope observations of interstellar comet 2I/Borisov has revealed that it is "one of the most pristine ever observed," according to the European Southern : ESO.

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Russia's next space station-bound Soyuz spacecraft named for first cosmonautThe next crew to launch into space will fly on board a vehicle named for the first person to do so, Russia's space agency has announced.

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The 'Wright' stuff on Mars: Flyer fabric to take flight again on Ingenuity helicopterA small swatch of fabric is set to take flight on a first-of-its-kind aircraft more than a century, and a world away, from where it first made history.

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Rare daytime fireball meteor creates massive sonic boom over UKA rare fireball meteor bright enough to be seen during the day triggered a massive sonic boom over parts of the UK and France.

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ESO: Interstellar object could be the most pristine comet ever seenA new report from the European Southern Observatory. First interstellar comet may be the most pristine ever found New observations with the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope...

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Shaping Circumstellar DisksThe circumstellar disks that give rise to planets occur in huge variety depending on the nature of star formation around them.

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Mars Spiders Form as Spring Arrives on Mars. But why?The only problem with this theory, which has been widely accepted in the scientific community, is that it was never demonstrated experimentally. Coverage of the Martian surface is not continuous enough to be able to catch an ice block in the act of sublimating. Therefore, the theory, though widely accepted, was never truly proven.

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VLT Focuses on Emission Nebula Sharpless 2-305Astronomers using ESO's Very Large Telescope have produced a spectacularly detailed image of a bubble of hot hydrogen gas called Sharpless 2-305.

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Why We LeaveReaching to the stars by Ares Nguyen via flickr The charge of the Committee on the Status of Women in Astronomy is to recommend to the AAS...

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122E-134-Recycling SpacecraftIn the early days of space exploration when a flight component failed the mission was over.

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2021 Arctic Sea Ice Maximum Extent Ranks 7th-Lowest on RecordThis video can be freely shared and downloaded at. While the video in its entirety can be shared without permission, some individual imagery may have been obtained through permission and may not be excised or remixed in other products.

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Contest-winning crew unveiled for all-civilian Inspiration4 spaceflight on a SpaceX rocketA former Space Camp counselor and an "analog astronaut" whose father tracked Apollo science experiments deployed on the moon have won seats on board the first all-civilian spaceflight, joining a billionaire and a physician assistant who survived cancer as a child.

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The JourneyThis is the first of 3 poems that I wrote and performed at the Poetic Science event which was part of the Southampton Science and Engineering Festival Goes Digital in March 2021.

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SpaceX Starship SN11 lost minutes after foggy launchSpaceX launches the Starship SN11 prototype on a test flight on March 30, 2021. The camera feed from the spacecraft was lost at 5 minutes and 49 seconds.

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Spacex Sn11 Test Flight LiveAs early as Friday, March 26, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 11 - our fourth high-altitude flight test of a Starship prototype from Starbase in Texas.

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I Captured a VERY UNUSUAL Pair of Deep Space ObjectsI'm sticking with my gameplan and using a one-shot-color camera on the Celestron RASA telescope and capturing narrowband data on my Explore Scientific telescope.

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Beyond the CosmosThe universe we see stars, moons, planets, galaxies is but a small, accidental tip of an infinite cosmic iceberg.

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Astronomers inspect black hole X-ray binary MAXI J1348-630An international team of astronomers has carried out a comprehensive radio and X-ray monitoring of a black hole X-ray binary known as MAXI J1348-630.

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The birth of a little black hole may have revealed a much bigger black holeIntermediate mass black hole may have been found due to gravitational lensing a gamma-ray burst.

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Tycho BraheIn keeping with the theme of geometry and measurements, we now explore an influential person on a character we will study later, that person being specifically in this context, Johannes Kepler.

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Astronomers find the 'safest place' to live in the Milky WayScientists found the safest place for life in the Milky Way is about 26,000 light-years from its center.

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Virgin Galactic unveils first SpaceShip III vehicle, 'Imagine'Sir Richard Branson talks about Virgin Galactic's new SpaceShip III class vehicle, VSS Imagine.

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Meet VSS Imagine: Virgin Galactic unveils its first SpaceShip III spacecraftVirgin Galactic today unveiled its second piloted space plane, a shiny silver vehicle called VSS Imagine.

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This Deep Learning Model Turns Blurred Galactic Images Into Clearer OnesGan and colleagues proposed a new deep learning method called generative adversarial networks to turn blurred galactic images into clearer ones.

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Climate explained: How particles ejected from the sun affect Earth's climateWhen we consider the Sun's influence on Earth and our climate, we tend to think about solar radiation.

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A remnant of a protoplanet may be hiding inside EarthIf remains of the protoplanet, known as Theia, did stick around after the impact, that may explain why two continent-size blobs of hot rock now lie in the Earth's mantle, one beneath Africa and the other under the Pacific Ocean.

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Mars' dark streaks are probably caused by dry landslidesA recent study found that these dark marks, known as recurring slope lineae, surged following the massive 2018 dust storm that killed NASA's Mars rover Opportunity.

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Blasts of intergalactic radiation hint at elusive mid-sized black holeMid-sized black holes are harder to spot than their smaller or supermassive cousins, but powerful bursts of radiation from a faraway galaxy have finally revealed one — Read on / Blasts of intergalactic radiation hint at elusive mid-sized black hole By Leah Crane Space 29 March 2021 "The researchers found only one example of gravitational&"

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How Would Be Kerr-Like Phantom Wormhole?Miranda and colleagues in their paper, studied a Kerr-like wormhole with phantom matter as source.

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A Study in Parallel Universes: the Diproton "Catastrophe"Advocates of “fine-tuned universe” claim that if the physical laws of our universe were just slightly different, life would not be able to exist.

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This Time NASA's SLS Hotfire Goes the Full 8 MinutesThe Core Stage of NASA's SLS rocket passed its Hot Fire test with flying colors, remaining lit for over 8 minutes.

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Spotting a Faint Escaping AtmosphereWhen a planet orbits close to its star, incoming ultraviolet radiation can heat and puff up the planet’s atmosphere, extending it so far that the gravitational pull of the planet can no longer hold it in.

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Solar wind could strip away a planet's atmosphere unprotected by a global magnetic fieldEarth is constantly bombarded by high energy particles emitted by our Sun. Known as the solar wind, the high energy particles collide with molecules in the Earth’s atmosphere, and could potentially strip away, albeit slowly, our atmosphere.

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Planet SaturnThe planet Saturn was named after the Roman god of agriculture, bounty, and other things, as was the day Saturday or Saturns day.

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Ingenuity helicopter continues to unfold on Mars, Perseverance watchesThe Perseverance rover's SHERLOC WATSON camera captured imagery of the Ingenuity helicopter continuing the process of deploying to the surface of Mars.

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Following troubled childhood, Orion trio preparing for flightOnce the troublesome element of the Constellation. Program, three Orion spacecraft are in various stages of preparation for flight, two of which now already reside at their Kennedy Space Center launch site.

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A 1-Stage, Fully Reusable Lunar Lander Makes the Most Sense for Returning Humans to the MoonA study conducted by researchers from Moscow and MIT has determined that a reusable lunar lander is the best option for "returning to the Moon."

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Magnetic Field Observations near MercuryMercury on 29 March 1974 by the NASA-GSFC magnetic field experiment on Mariner 10. Mercury I: March 29, 1974.

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Explosion from the early universe illuminates secret black holeLight coming from an explosion in the early universe has illuminated a black hole that astronomers think could expand their understanding of how the celestial objects form.

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Here's how the full moon helped free the stuck ship Ever Given in the Suez CanalEven a cosmonaut got in on the obsession. And then the moon swooped in to help with rescue efforts.

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The Life and Death of Stars with Jackie FahertyAre we really made of stardust? On this episode, Neil deGrasse Tyson and comic co-host Negin Farsad explore the life - and death - of stars with astrophysicist Jackie Faherty, > NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free / Thanks to our Patrons The Warzone12, 1x4x9, Michael Borger, Michael Meyn, Hieu...

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Rabbi LeviThe moon has a lot of big holes, called craters. One of them is named after the big Tora scholar Rabbi Levi Ben Gershon.

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Careful Calculations Show That Earth is Safe From Asteroid Apophis for at Least 100 YearsIf youre looking for doomsday, you can forget about asteroid Apophis. The latest radar observations have effectively ruled out any possibility of this near-Earth object hitting Earth for the foreseeable future.

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Ultra-Short-Period Sub-Neptune Found Orbiting TOI-1634Using data from NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite and the HARPS-N spectrograph at the 3.6-m Telescopio Nazionale Galileo, astronomers have discovered and confirmed an ultra-short period keystone planet orbiting an M2 dwarf called TOI-1634.

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How NASA Data Helps Study Animals on the MoveMoveBank provides a free online database that enables animal tracking researchers to manage, share, protect, analyze and store their data.

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Space policy roundupA sampling of links to recent space policy, politics, and government related space news and resource items that I found of interest.

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Astronomers find ‘Goldilocks' black holeAustralian astronomers have spotted another elusive intermediate-mass black hole - this time using gamma-ray bursts.

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Black Hole Key to Galaxies BehemothsA new black hole breaks the record –– not for being the smallest or the biggest –– but for being right in the middle.

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Dark Matter Is The Most Likely Source of Excess of Gamma Rays From Galactic CenterIn the recent past, space missions dedicated to the study of astrophysical signals in the high-energy spectrum revealed a series of enigmatic excesses not predicted by the theoretical models.

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MIT Astronomers Discover New Galaxy Clusters Hiding in Plain SightLesson learned from the CHiPS survey must inform future cluster searches, researchers say. MIT astronomers have discovered new and unusual galactic neighborhoods that previous studies overlooked.

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Recommendations for the Future of Canadian Space ExplorationThe Planetary Society submitted these recommendations in response to the Canadian Space Agency's call for input on the future directions of Canada's space exploration activities.

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See 'crescent' Mars and more in new pics from Chinese probeChina's Tianwen-1 probe captured imagery above the northern and southern hemispheres of Mars. Previously released imagery of craters, dunes, mountain ridges and the Red Planet's north polar cap are shown as well.

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Satellites are a much bigger problem than we thought, astronomers saySatellites may be causing much more of a problem for astronomers than previously thought, according to new research.

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Heliacal rising in Tai. Brah to Ascertain the Nakṣatra in Vernal EquinoxIf someone wants to be blindfolded for ever then even God cannot give them divyacaká¹£u.

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Last Week's Top 5 Space and Science HeadlinesAlien Molecules of the Cosmos –“Never Before Seen in Space” “At the End of Spacetime” –New Insights into Magnetic Fields and 5,000-Light-Year Jets Unveiled in M87 Black-Hole Image Unknown Object Near Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole –“A Cosmic String from the Dawn of the Universe?

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Ancient Primates Walked Alongside T.rex to NASA's $10 Billion 'Time Machine'Planet Earth Report” provides descriptive links to headline news by leading science journalists about the extraordinary discoveries, technology, people, and events changing our knowledge of Planet Earth and the future of the human species.

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Astronomy and landscape in the city of Caral, the oldest city in the AmericasA team of researchers, led by the Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio and the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias , in collaboration with the team from the Arqueological Zone of Caral led by Dr. Ruth Shady Solís, has established the relation between the position of the monuments of the Supe Culture , their orientations, and some astronomical...

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SpaceX may try to launch its Starship SN11 rocket prototype todaySpaceX may attempt to launch its newest Starship rocket prototype today and you'll be able to watch it live if it happens.

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New study finds satellites contribute significant light pollution to night skiesScientists reported new research results today suggesting that artificial objects in orbit around the Earth are brightening night skies on our planet significantly more than previously understood.

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Astronomy and Landscape in the city of Caral, the oldest city in the AmericasA team of researchers, led by the Instituto de Ciencias del Patrimonio and the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias , in collaboration with the team from the Arqueological Zone of Caral led by Dr. Ruth Shady Solís, has established the relation between the position of the monuments of the Supe Culture , their orientations, and some astronomical...

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Astronomers discover new galaxy clusters hiding in plain sightMIT astronomers have discovered new and unusual galactic neighborhoods that previous studies overlooked. Their results, published today, suggest that roughly 1 percent of galaxy clusters look atypical and can be easily misidentified as a single bright galaxy.

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Proof of Cosmic Objects Without a Hard Surface Confined Within an Invisible BoundaryAlbert Einstein described black holes as strange objects “where God divided by zero.” An international team of astrophysicists has now confirmed that black holes are a distinct “species” from neutron stars, which are comparable to black holes in mass and size but confined within a hard surface.

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'The Astronomer'Discover 'The Astronomer' in Parkes, Australia: A stargazing sculpture made from the ruins of an iconic telescope.

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Women's History Month at the Kennedy Space CenterIn honor of Women's History Month, we spoke with three incredible women here at Kennedy Space Center - Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, Artemis launch director; Hibah Rahmani, avionics and flight controls lead; and Prital Johnson, subsystem lead and systems engineer.

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Grade 9 participate in Earth Sci webinars: Experts discuss meteorology, astronomyTo develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of the world and the cosmos, Grade 9 students, participated in a webinar on March 26, 2021, held via Zoom.

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Super Earth is astronomer's dream for atmospheric studiesPuffed up atmosphere of Gliese 486b is ideal for spectroscopic measurements.

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Meet G117-B15A: the most stable optical clock in the UniverseThe white dwarf star G117-B15A pulses at amazing regular intervals making it an extremely precise clock.

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Perseverance watches Ingenuity helicopter begin to unfold on MarsThe Perseverance rover's SHERLOC WATSON camera captured imagery of the Ingenuity helicopter begin the process of deploying to the surface of Mars.

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On This Day in Space! March 29, 1807: Heinrich Olbers discovers asteroid VestaSee how it happened in our "On This Day In Space" series!

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NASA wants to help private space stations get off the groundNASA held an online industry briefing Tuesday to discuss its plans to help private space stations get up and running in Earth orbit.

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NASA joins White House Climate Task ForceNASA has joined the White House National Climate Task Force, another step in the agency's continued study of climate change and global warming.

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A mission to Uranus and Neptune could act as massive gravitational-wave detectorScientists are evaluating whether a mission to study the solar system's ice giants, Uranus and Neptune, could also catch gravitational waves from massive collisions elsewhere in the universe.

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The growing case for active debris removalAstroscale will use the ELSA-d spacecraft, launched March 22, to demonstrate technologies needed for active debris removal.

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Space Force sounds like a joke thanks to pop culture: how that could be a problem for an important military branchMention "Space Force" to many members of the public, and they'll think of the Netflix series starring Steve Carrell rather than the new military service.

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Sustainable space manufacturing and design will help get us to the Moon, Mars, and beyondIn-space manufacturing and assembly can be enabled by the use of technologies to repair and recycle materials.

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Review: ProximaThe European Space Agency is starting its search for a new class of astronauts. ESA will begin accepting applications Wednesday for that astronaut class, continuing through late May.

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Yesterday was nearly EasterAs as Astronomist I am often asked How do they calculate the date of Easter?

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MIT astronomers discover previously overlooked galaxy clustersAstronomers from MIT have discovered new galaxy clusters that previous studies overlooked. The team's research suggests that about one percent of galaxy clusters look atypical and can be misidentified as a single bright galaxy when multiple galaxies exist.

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Pingelly a hotspot for WA astronomersMORE than 300 people who attended the Pingelly Astrofest, a free astronomy festival, took the opportunity to appreciate the State's spectacular view of the stars and galaxies and learn about space and astronomy last weekend.

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The Collapse of Puerto Rico's Iconic TelescopeDaniel Alarcón on the uncertain future of the Arecibo Observatory, and the end of an era in space science.

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Hubble Team Releases Reprocessed Image of Veil NebulaA small portion of the Veil Nebula, which is part of a supernova remnant called the Cygnus Loop, was featured in previous Hubble photos, but now new processing techniques have been applied, bringing out fine details of the Veil Nebula's delicate threads and filaments of ionized gas.

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Does Intermediate Mass Black holes Formed From Cosmic Strings Loops?In the recent paper, Jiao and colleagues suggested that cosmic strings may provide a joint resolution of two puzzles in astrophysics.

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Rising Full Moon  MarchIt was orange, and about 99% full, and bright, and orange, and right there outside the back window and over the hill and the San Fernando Valley.

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Picture Of The Week: Return to the Veil NebulaThis Picture of the Week revisits the Veil Nebula, a popular subject for Hubble images!

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ConstellationsBonjour! Its nice to have you here again. And now, let us continue😄. Where where we?

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Vanished ConstellationsGerman astronomer Johann Bode drew seven new constellations in an 1801 atlas. One honored the electric generator, while another honored the creation of the printing press more than three centuries earlier.

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M64: The Evil Eye GalaxyWho knows what evil lurks in the eyes of galaxies? The Hubble knows  or in the case of spiral galaxy M64  is helping to find out.

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Northcrest Ward: Peterborough Astronomical Association explores Mars with Perseverance landerThe next online monthly meeting of the Peterborough Astronomical Association takes place via Zoom April 2 beginning at 6 p.m., and community members are invited.

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The Inside Story Behind the Historic First Flight on MarsEven if the Ingenuity helicopter fails, it is already a success — an engineering resource for a grand future of flight on other worlds.

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Why is the Moon bright? Is Easter a full moon? How long does a full moon last? Your Moon questions answered by an astronomerAccording to Google Trends, Moon-related searches are up by more than 60% over the past week in Australia, led by Western Australia and Queensland.

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2021.03.28You can follow along with a dataset provided by Steven Ha: : : don't need a Dropbox account; just hit "Direct Download" and hit "cancel" if it prompts you to login).

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Space Sunday: getting ready to fly on MarsIf all goes according to plan, on Thursday, April 8th, we could be witnessing the first powered flight of an aerial vehicle on another planet as the blocky Ingenuity helicopter, part of NASA's Mars 2020 mission, takes to the air for the first of what should be at least five proof-of-concept flights.

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Problem identified for Manchester City target Erling HaalandIf Borussia Dortmund miss out on Champions League football for next season, it will be 'a problem' for Manchester City target Erling Haaland, according to Norwegian journalist Arilas Ould-Saada.

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Super Worm Moon in LibraThe Worm Moon is named after the softening of the earth, allowing worms to break through to the surface.

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How Would Be Fuzzballs Shadow?Last week, I wrote an article entitled, Can black holes reflect light?  in which we saw that a horizonless quantum blackhole called fuzzballs, reflect light.

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Galaxies, Galaxies, GalaxiesThese gigantic agglomerations of matter, each containing billions of stars as well as untold planets, asteroids, and perhaps alien civilizations, are strewn across our universe in clumps, clusters, and filaments, creating structure at the largest scale.

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Perseverance unlocks Ingenuity helicopter's release system on MarsNASA has completed the next step for the deployment of the Ingenuity helicopter on Mars.

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This Week's Sky: March 29 to April 4, 2021At the end of March, we receive another opportunity to view the zodiacal light. Best seen in a location where the sky is free of light pollution, after the evening twilight has disappeared you'll have about half an hour to check the western sky for a broad wedge of faint light extending upwards from the horizon and centred on the Ecliptic.

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Epoch of UttaraphalguniThe implications of not reading the original texts Some people examine my dating of Uttarāphālgunī with the help of past researchers references or from the commentary.

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Cosmic imagery sonified! Cat's Eye Nebula, Whirlpool galaxy and moreAmazing imagery of the Cat's Eye Nebula, M51 Whirlpool galaxy, and the Chandra Deep Field South have been turned into music in a collaboration between NASA and SYSTEM Sounds.

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How can some planets be hotter than stars? We've started to unravel the mystery.Until the early 2000s, the only known planets were located in our own neighbourhood, the Solar System.

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How asteroid dust helped us prove life's raw ingredients can evolve in outer spaceScientists have long known that certain ingredients are needed to support life, especially water and key organic chemicals like carbon.

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Launch of Europe's Largest Astronomy Network: OPTICON-RadioNet PILOTUntil now, Europe has had two major collaborative networks for ground-based astronomy, one in the optical wavelength domain and the other in the radio-wave domain.

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The Paschal full moon of 2021 rises tonight to make way for EasterPalm Sunday, March 28 brings us the first full moon of the new spring season: the Paschal full moon.

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Study finds nowhere on Earth is safe from satellite light pollutionSo far, astronomers and advocacy groups like Barentine's have focused their worries on how the bright trails of individual satellites overhead disrupt naked-eye observers and swamp more sensitive astronomical observations.

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Legacy of shattered alien-seeking Arecibo telescope will live on for millions of yearsArecibo Observatory's collapse on Dec. 1, 2020 was a devastating blow for science, but its decades of observations will inform research for years to come.

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Moon and SpicaThings will get even brighter before too long. The bigger star is at the end of its normal lifetime.

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YSU's star of the stars rememberedYOUNGSTOWN — Warren Young passionately recalled when he and Ted Pedas had witnessed a total solar eclipse nearly 50 years ago.

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Can Star Clusters Accelerate Particles Faster Than Supernovas?New insights into how cosmic rays are formed An international team of researchers has now demonstrated for the first time that high-energy cosmic rays are formed in the area surrounding massive stars.

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New Image: M101, the "Northern" PinwheelM101, the “Pinwheel Galaxy” lies 21 million light years distant in the constellation Ursa Major.

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Landim Introduce Fractional Dark Energy ModelA satisfactory theoretical explanation for the current accelerated expansion of the Universe is an open question that indicates the necessity of new physics.

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Asteroid Apophis Will Miss Earth in 2068When scores of asteroid specialists convened virtually for a special 3-day conference dedicated to 99942 Apophis last November, one question was on everyone’s mind: Could this sizable asteroid conceivably strike Earth in 2068?

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Astronomers' Polarized Image Shows Magnetic Fields at the Edge of M87's Black HoleNew image of M87 reveals how it looks in polarized light. MIT Haystack Observatory is one of the 13 stakeholder institutions that constitute the Event Horizon Telescope collaboration, which produced the first-ever image of a black hole.

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The Event Horizon Telescope has Revealed the Magnetic Field Lines Around M87's Central Black HoleA new look at the black hole in M87 tells us about the magnetic fields that drive its activity.

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EGS synchronizing Artemis 1 Orion, SLS Booster preps with Core Stage scheduleNASA's Exploration Ground Systems program and prime test and operations contractor. Jacobs are working at the Kennedy Space Center to position Artemis 1 Orion and Space Launch System hardware to be ready for final assembly ahead of the arrival of the SLS Core Stage in the late-April time-frame.

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Polarized M87 black hole image 'sharpens' view for astronomersNew imagery of Messier 87 galaxy's black hole in polarized light shows magnetic fields. It's the "first time astronomers have been able to measure polarization, a signature of magnetic fields, this close to the edge of a black hole." according to the European Southern Observatory.

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Full moon calendar 2021: When to see the next full moonHere is a schedule of when each full moon will occur in 2021, various nicknames for each moon, and fun facts about moon phases and lunar eclipses.

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A 'lump' of dark matter may be ripping apart Taurus' faceThe Hyades — the closest star cluster to our sun — is being stretched by an invisible 'lump,' researchers say.

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The Aliens Before UsWe live in a universe where matter is distributed in a hundred billion galaxies, each containing a hundred billion stars, made up of quantum fields where space and time are not existent, that manifest themselves in the form of particles, such as electrons and photons, or as waves.

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The Space Force sounds like a joke thanks to pop culture. That could be a problem for an important military branch.The U.S. Space Force has a serious role to play in the modern world. Its stated mission is to train and equip personnel to defend U.S. interests in space.

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March full moon 2021: Catch the big 'Worm Moon' on SundayThe full moon of March, called the Worm Moon, will occur on Sunday , two days before the moon reaches perigee, its closest point to Earth.

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"The Galaxy Report"The Galaxy Report newsletter - a random journey through the Cosmos - that has the capacity to provide clues to our existence and add a much needed cosmic perspective in our Anthropocene epoch.

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Galaxy's Edge MagazineGALAXY’S EDGE MAGAZINE - ISSUE 49 - MARCH 2021 The latest issue of Galaxy’s Edge magazine from Arc Manor publishers promises escape from the groundhog year of crappiness.

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Supernova Simulations Reveal How Stellar Explosions Shape Debris CloudsIgnition and combustion processes leave their imprint on supernova remnants Astronomers are now in a better position to interpret observations of supernova remnants thanks to computer simulations of these cataclysmic events by RIKEN astrophysicists1.

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Giant hidden black hole discovered only 1.4 billion years after the Big BangBlack holes are some of the most bizarre objects in the Universe but their existence is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity of Albert Einstein.

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Middle Schooler Launches Space Newsletter To Share Her Passion For AstronomyAfter her local astronomy club closed, Westfield 7th grader Kaitlynn Goulette took matters into her own hands.

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Seven SiblingsThat's really about the only way for such a busy star system to remain stable.

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Outback Queensland star astrotourism destination as Charleville boasts state-of-the-art Cosmos CentreThree years ago, Mike Dalley was rubbing shoulders with celebrities in the Maldives. Then he was offered a chance to transform an outback Queensland space attraction into a state-of-the-art facility.

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Two astronomy labs opened for students in LadakhThe Lt. Governor shared the idea conceived to convert Hanley into a dark sky sanctuary and to explore possibilities to promote virtual tourism in Ladakh which he said would generate entrepreneurial opportunities for the local youth.

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The Study of the UniverseDeep sky image of Cygnus area including the bright alpha star Deneb and famous deep sky objects such as North America Nebula, Pelican Nebula and Butterfly Nebula.

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I Took A Picture Of Another GalaxySome of the links in my video descriptions are affiliate links, which means at no extra cost to you, I will make a small commission if you click them and make a qualifying purchase.

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Infamous asteroid Apophis poses no threat to Earth for at least 100 years, NASA saysThe notorious Apophis space rock just shed its hazardous status — for the next 100 years at least — after fresh observations of the near-Earth asteroid.

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Exploring the Moon's Shadowed Regions Using Beamed EnergyNASA is exploring new concepts for its long-awaited return to the Moon, one of which promises to "beam" power wherever its needed on the lunar surface.

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The Right Stuff with Astronaut Scott Kelly and Dr. Chris MasonWhat does it take to be an astronaut? Neil deGrasse Tyson, Gary O'Reilly, and Chuck Nice break down the physical effects of being in space and the results of the astronaut twins study with guests astronaut Scott Kelly and biophysicist Chris > NOTE: StarTalk+ Patrons can watch or listen to this entire episode commercial-free here: > Thanks to our...

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Deadly Alabama tornado 'supercell' spotted in satellite imageryEarlier Friday, several tornadoes touched down in the state, killing at least six people and leaving effects for local populations across the state ranging from no power, to torn-down houses, to downed trees, according to the New York Times.

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Glynn Lunney, legendary NASA flight director, dies at 84The pioneering figure led Mission Control through a dozen flights, including the darkest hours of Apollo 13.

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See the Earth Mission NISAR Under Construction in JPL's Clean RoomNo bunny suit required! Come behind-the-scenes with NISAR mission experts to learn all about this joint NASA-ISRO satellite designed to spot potential natural hazards on our planet and how melting land ice will affect sea level rise.

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Inside KSC! for March 26, 2021Also, Deep Space Logistics Manager Mark Wiese served as a judge for NASA iTech's latest Ignite the Night fast-pitch event.

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AASWomen Newsletter for March 26, 2021AAS Committee on the Status of Women Issue of March 26, 2021 eds: Heather Flewelling, Nicolle Zellner, Maria Patterson, Jeremy Bailey, and A...

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Avon Library To Host March 29 Zoom Session On Backyard AstronomyAvon Library To Host March 29 Zoom Session On Backyard Astronomy - Avon, CT - CCSU astronomy professor Dr. Kristine Larsen will lead this journey through space and time.

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Flow in Enceladus' Internal OceanNew thinking about the shape of the ice shell on Enceladus raises the interesting possibility that the ocean believed to lie beneath is churning with currents.

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Space Chat! Let's Visit SaturnThis week, Space.com senior writer Chelsea Gohd will be taking a deep dive into the planet Saturn, discussing its most beautiful and strangest features.

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Preparing for First Flight on Mars on This Week @NASAPreparing for first flight on Mars, making a splash with Orion, and the space station's next crew prepares for launch...

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Videos: "Space to Ground" + Other ISS reportsHere is the latest episode in NASAs Space to Ground weekly report on activities related to the International Space Station: *Â NASA ScienceCasts: Observing Lightning from the International S...

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Celebrating 25 Years of the GLOBE Program"One of the reasons the science community started looking to students and to citizen scientists for the collection of data was because there just weren't enough scientists to collect data from every single place around the world," said Tony Murphy, GLOBE Implementation Office director.

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Earth has been hiding a fifth layer in its inner coreScientists say they've detected a new, mysterious layer at the center of our home planet.

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Newly Forming Stars Don't Blast Away Material as Previously Believed. So Why Do They Stop Growing?We thought we understood how stars are formed. It turns out, we dont. Not completely, anyway.

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I heard the first bear was spotted at Yellowstone! Does the length or severity of the winter change the hibernation length, especially for bears?Answered by Gregg Losinski - ESER Education Specialist and Human/Bear Conflict Expert Hibernation is a fascinating adaptation that many animals use to survive when harsh extremes are part of their environment.

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633-Dress RehearsalThe situation that asteroid hunters both train for and dread is the discovery of a large space rock on a collision course with planet Earth.

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Four Crazy Stars Astronomers Think Might Really ExistFrom stars made of dark matter to stars literally living inside their partners, these stellar systems are theoretically possible.

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Jupiter's Great Red Spot Gets Smaller — But StrongerA flake of red peels away from Jupiter’s Great Red Spot during an encounter with a smaller anticyclone, as seen by the Juno spacecraft’s high resolution JunoCam on February 12, 2019.

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When Phobos hits your eye like a big pizza pie…Get a peek at the Martian moon and catch up on what the newest Mars explorer has been up to.

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Space Chat with Space.com: Tune in Fridays for science, space and more!Fridays at 1 p.m. EDT , Space.com staff writer Chelsea Gohd hosts the brand new series "Space Chat."

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Violent invisible jets reveal a black hole's magnetic fieldAstronomers used telescopic 'sunglasses' to get a first look at the invisible magnetic field of a supermassive black hole.

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Unknown Object Near Milky Way's Supermassive Black HoleThe center of our Galaxy has been intensely studied for many years, but it still harbors surprises for scientists.

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MIT astronomers discover new galaxy clusters hiding in plain sightMIT researchers discover new and unusual galaxy clusters that were hiding in CHiPS data. New X-ray telescopes like eROSITA must heed these findings or risk making the same mistakes.

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SpaceX Starship SN11 fired-up again ahead of possible same-day test-flightSpaceX conducted a static fire test of the Starship SN11 prototype engines on March 26, 2021.

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Battle: Home Telescope vs. Hubble Space Telescope #shortsHere's a comparison between my home telescope, the Explore Scientific 127MM refractor against the Hubble Space Telescope.

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Mar 26th: Looking For Water On The Moon With Dr. Casey HonniballStay tuned because the Ingenuity helicopter is about to fly and lets looking for water on the Moon with Dr. Casey Honniball.

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A Photo of a Black Hole: An UpdateThe EHT has taken more "photos" of the black hole in M87. This time, the radio astronomers captured the polarized light created by the photons moving around that black hole at near light speed in an intense magnetic field.

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Latest Perseverance and Black Hole pics, Starship test + 3 asteroids fly by this week!Perseverance dropped the Ingenuity helicopter's debris shield and captured more imagery of Mars, the Starship SN11 prototype was test-fired in Texas, three asteroids had close flybys of Earth in under 24 hours and an invisible Milky Way 'relic' may be disturbing a star cluster.

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Space to Ground: Soyuz Shuffle: 03/26/2021NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station.

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How Can You Distinguish Kerr Wormholes From Kerr Black holes?Oasuya and Kobayashi in their recent paper considered throat effects on shadows of Kerr-like wormholes and showed that existence of the throat alters the shape of the shadow of Kerr wormholes significantly.

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Sheffield amateur astronomer captures incredible pictures of space a€“A from his back gardenA Sheffield amateur astronomer has travelled all over the world in a bid to get views unspoiled by light pollution but little did he know, he could produce incredible pictures from his own back garden.

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Earth from Space: Gariep Dam, South AfricaSubscribe: and click twice on the bell button to receive our out our full video catalog: us on Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Flickr: are Europe's gateway to space.

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This Week's Sky at a Glance, March 268th-magnitude Nova in Cassiopeia. Nova Cassiopeiae 2021, now also known as V1405 Cassiopeiae, continues to hold at about magnitude 7.8 as of March 24th, after it was discovered at 9.6 on March 18th.

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Gravitational Waves From Binary Black Hole Merger During Cosmic Dawn Can Be Detected Through LIGO-VirgoThe so-called ‘Cosmic Dawn’, i.e. the age during which the very first sources of light kindled in the Universe, and the subsequent epoch of reionization during which most of the hydrogen of the intergalactic medium returned to its ionized state, are the two of the most fascinating and poorly understood phases of the evolution of the...

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Missing VenusBut although Venus is full, it's also hidden in the Sun's intense glare. It won't return to view for weeks, when it will appear as the "evening star." By then, a telescope will show Venus in its gibbous phase - it'll be daylight across most of the planet's Earth-facing hemisphere.

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The Medusa NebulaBraided and serpentine filaments of glowing gas suggest this nebulas popular name, The Medusa Nebula.

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Mosaic of the Moon, by James ThompsonThe intricate detail in James Thompson's mosaic of the Moon caught our judges' eyes, winning Photo of the Week on November 20, 2020.

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ALMA Detects Strong Winds in Stratosphere of JupiterAstronomers using the Atacama Large Array have revealed incredibly powerful winds - with speeds of up to 1,450 kmh - near Jupiter's poles.

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Four crazy stars astronomers think might really existFrom stars made of dark matter to stars literally living inside their partners, these stellar systems are theoretically possible.

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Infinity and Beyond a€” Episode 17: What are Pulsars?Join host Abigail Bollenbach as she explains a bizarre class of neutron stars that shine like cosmic lighthouses: pulsars.

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Astronomers capture new polarized view of a black holeScientists from the international Event Horizon Telescope collaboration announced Wednesday that they had been able to map the magnetic fields around a black hole using polarized light waves for the first time, releasing a stunning image of the supermassive object at the center of the Messier 87 galaxy.

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Norwegian aurora by Randall PetermanOnce more leaning into nostalgia for travel, Randall Peterman's shot of the aurora as seen from Norway is our Photo of the Week for November 13, 2020.

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Mars Sample Return mission is underway with PerseveranceThe successful landing of the Perseverance rover on Mars on February 18 was not just the start of its surface mission but also the start of a multinational, decade-long effort to obtain pristine samples of Mars and return them to Earth for intensive study.

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NASA Mission to Venus in 1978 May Have Detected Phosphine, a Gas Related to LifeThe data come from NASA's Pioneer Venus Multiprobe mission, which deployed a series of probes into the planet's clouds.

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A Very Powerful Solar Storm Hit the Earth Back in 1582A great fire appeared in the sky to the North, and lasted three nights, wrote a Portuguese scribe in early March, 1582.

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Space-launched missiles are the best protection from asteroids, astronomer saysThe notion of protecting the planet from menacing space rocks by blasting them with missiles is an old trope of science and disaster fiction, but Claudio Maccone has been arguing for decades now that where those missiles are launched from matters.

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Yuri Gagarin, the first human in spaceWe look back on cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin's historic spaceflight.

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Lens array captures dim objects missed by giant telescopesImproving on a Dutch invention, Galileo Galilei in 1609 used glass lenses to build the first telescope capable of studying the night sky.

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Pluto: Musings on ScaleThe news that Ingenuity, the helicopter aboard NASA's Perseverance rover, contains a swathe of fabric from the 1903 Wright Flyer underscores the conflation in time I've been feeling all week, ever since looking at the images below.

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Join Us in Planning for the Next "Great American Eclipse"What's more, six months earlier, on October 14, 2023, the new Moon will partially cover the solar disk leaving a ring of the Sun’s fire peeping out from behind in what’s known as an annular eclipse.

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The Search for Extraterrestrial life? ?Hello, and welcome back to Shape of Space! As promised in my previous article 'Our Solar System', I will be writing about the possibilities of life other than the Earth and some planets which could be possible candidates for future human exploration and colonization.

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Watch SpaceX deploy Starlink satellites in stunning 'sunrise' view from spaceSpaceX deployed sixty Starlink 22 mission satellites shortly after launch on March 24, 2021. Watch the launch replay here: : SpaceX.

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E.Z. Science: Women in AstronomyThe history of women in astronomy is fascinating and inspiring - women like Caroline Herschel, Phoebe Waterman Haas and Vera Rubin have been making discoveries and contributions in astronomy for over 200 years.

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The Very First Structures in the UniverseAstrophysicists at the Universities of Göttingen and Auckland simulate microscopic clusters from the Big Bang The very first moments of the Universe can be reconstructed mathematically even though they cannot be observed directly.

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Data Sonification: Stellar, Galactic, and Black HoleAstronomical data from three new objects have been translated into sound as part of a data sonification project.

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Mars approach by Shakeel AnwarCatching the Red Planet's spin as it made its approach to Earth, Shakeel Anwar wins Photo of the Week for November 6, 2020.

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Launch of Europe's largest astronomy networkUntil now, Europe has had two major collaborative networks for ground-based astronomy, one in the optical wavelength domain and the other in the radio-wave domain.

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These four CT women changed the game in medicine, manufacturing, genetics and astronomyAs Women's History Month winds to a close, here are four stories of Connecticut women who pioneered research in medicine, manufacturing, genetics and astronomy.

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Over 25% off the Hogwarts Astronomy Tower LEGO Harry Potter setIf you missed Amazon Prime Days last October to take advantage of the great prices on LEGO Harry Potter sets, here is a new offer for the Hogwarts Astronomy Tower LEGO Harry Potter set.

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Magnetic Fields and 5,000-Light-Year Jets Unveiled in New Image of the M87 Galaxy Black HoleThe massive now-iconic object at the center of the M87 was described by scientists on April 10, 2019 as the “Gates of Hell” and the “End of Spacetime”.

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Things are looking up for Augustan at Berry CollegeAn Augusta college student found a different focus at Berry College.

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New Light on Baryonic Matter and Gravity on Cosmic ScalesScientists estimate that dark matter and dark energy together are some 95% of the gravitational material in the universe while the remaining 5% is baryonic matter, which is the “normal” matter composing stars, planets, and living beings.

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Indian Chronography  Panchanga by Robert SewellHINDU chronology appears extremely complex at first glance, but this complexity is more apparent than real, being largely due to the fact that so many different systems of reckoning were used in different places and at different times.

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A Historical View of the Hindu Astronomy by John BentlyPrice INR 65 How to Order and Get the eBook A Critical Study of Brahmagupta and His Works: The Most Distinguished Indian Astronomer and Mathematician of the Sixth Century AD by Satya Prakash.

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See Perseverance's latest rover tracks and Mars 'litter' picsImagery acquired from the Perseverance on March 24, 2021 is combined with audio of the rover driving on Sol 16.

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Final call for Ireland's best astronomy photographs from LimerickASTRONOMY and photography fans from Limerick are getting a final reminder to enter the ‘Reach for the Stars' competition, organised by the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies.

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Astronomer explains why mysterious 'halo' moon was seen above NottinghamProfessor of astronomy at the University of Nottingham, Michael Merrifield, managed to capture the "beautiful" phenomenon on the evening of March 23.

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Doctors seeing astronomical number of patients, GP tells committeeAstronomical numbers of patients are contacting GP surgeries, a leading doctor has said.

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Astrotourism: These resorts will have you seeing starsAstrotourism is travel related to astronomy, whether it's a solar eclipse, meteor shower, rocket launch or even something more off-worldly.

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Can We Identify Massless Braneworld Black Holes by Observations?In 2016, LIGO detected gravitational waves, which are supposed to be signals of coalescence of two black holes.

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Ponca City Astronomy Club is looking upThe night sky holds many wonderful and awe inspiring objects from planets and comets to nebulas and galaxies.

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University of Exeter joins Europe's largest astronomy networkVLTI telescopes The University of Exeter is joining Europe's largest, ground-based astronomy collaborative network, it has...

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Some basic coordinate systemsSyed Ali Mohsin Bukhari Core concepts, In Python March 25, 2021March 25, 2021 4 Minutes.

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A Black Hole in motion!Hey there friends! This is a really fascinating post. Actually, this black hole was discovered back in 2017 and shared to the public in 2019, but only a single image of it and it's shadow.

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Introducing ART-XC Telescope On Board The SRG ObservatoryThe Mikhail Pavlinsky Astronomical Roentgen Telescope – X-ray Concentrator is one of two X-ray telescopes of the observatory – the flagship astrophysical project of the Russian Federal Space Program.

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Panchanga Tantra: The Magic of the Indian Calendar System by Regulagedda AkshayPanchanga Tantra: The Magic of the Indian Calendar System by Regulagedda Akshay Price INR 65 How to Order and Get the eBook Hindu Electional Astrology: A Compendium of Vedic System of Muhurt Jyotish by V K Shridhar Panchang And Horoscope: Or the Indian Calendar and Indian Astrology by Diwan Bahadur and Swamikannu Pillai.

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Moon and RegulusThe new studies have several goals. One is just to learn more about the Moon itself - about how its surface changed over millions of years, for example.

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A new discovery of a planet orbiting Vega.Vega is the fifth brightest starVega is the fifth brightest star, excluding the sun, that can be seen from Earth.

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How Fast is the Universe Expanding?In the last post I commented on the fact that the Universe is expanding.

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Arianespace and Starsem to continue OneWeb constellation deployment with fifth launchArianespace and Russian-French company Starsem are set to launch 36 OneWeb satellites to Low Earth Orbit aboard Soyuz 2.1b on Thursday, March 25.

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After You Die, Your Body Could Be Turned Into a DiamondCremation diamonds: Here's how science can give you an afterlife in the form of shiny compressed carbon.

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New image of black hole released by astronomersA team of international scientists that includes a Canadian researcher has released a more detailed image of a black hole that they hope will shed more light on one of the most intriguing objects in our universe.

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Astrofix: An Image Imputation Algorithm Based on Gaussian Process RegressionThe history of data artifacts is as long as the history of observational astronomy. Artifacts such as dead pixels, hot pixels, and cosmic ray hits are common in astronomical images.

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Science: Optical Atomic Clocks Redefine Time, Astronomer Vera RubinA web of three optical atomic clocks show incredibly accurate measurements of time, and the trailblazing astronomer who found hints of dark matter.

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Women of Arecibo: Allison SmithThis post marks the launch of Women of Arecibo, a new blog series highlighting the achievements and experiences of women who built their car...

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Invisible Milky Way 'relic' disrupting closest star cluster?A relic of the of the Milky Way galaxy's formation called "dark matter sub-halos" may have collided and disrupted the closest star cluster to Earth, Hyades.

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Astronomers Snap Most Detailed Image Yet of Messier 106Obtained using the Nicholas U. Mayall 4-m telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory, the new image of Messier 106 shows not only the galaxy's spiral arms, wisps of gas, and dust lanes at its core, but also the leisurely twisting bands of stars at its outer edges.

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New Images of M87's Black Hole Reveal Its Swirling Magnetic FieldThe Event Horizon Telescope's newest images of M87's supermassive black hole hint at how its jets are fired far into space.

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Alum of the Month: Cam WipperCam Wipper has always been interested in the stars, but it wasn't until he stepped into an astronomy class with Dr. Greg Arkos at Vancouver Island University that he was hooked.

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I Tried Luminar AI on my Astrophotography Images…In this video, I try out Luminar AI on some of my astrophotography images. Let me know what you think!

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Gravitational Lenses Could Allow a Galaxy-Wide InternetWe could gravitationally lens radio signals to communicate with space probes at other stars. Maybe even communicate across the galaxy.

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Ask Astro: What happened after the giant impact that created the Moon?Astronomy.com is for anyone who wants to learn more about astronomy events, cosmology, planets, galaxies, asteroids, astrophotography, the Big Bang, black holes, comets, constellations, eclipses, exoplanets, nebulae, meteors, quasars, observing, telescopes, NASA, Hubble, space missions, stargazing, and more.

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Ashley Tisdale Gives Birth To Baby Girl And Reveals Astronomy-Inspired NameHigh School Musical star Ashley Tisdale, 35, and music producer husband Christopher French, 39, have become parents after the actress welcomed their baby girl on Tuesday.

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Previously thought to be science fiction, a planet in a triple-star system has been discoveredPublicly available data and collaborations between scientists have led to the discovery of a planet in a triple-star system.

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Astronomers Detect Strong Magnetic Fields Around M87's Black HoleThis reconstructed image shows the polarized view of the gas-enshrouded black hole in M87. The lines mark the orientation of polarization, which is related to the magnetic field around the shadow of the black hole.

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How will Perseverance deploy Ingenuity helicopter on Mars? NASA explainsIntegration Lead for Ingenuity Farah Alibay explains how Ingenuity will be deployed on Mars by Perseverance prior to its first flight.

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Watch Technicians Weld Rocket Stage Adapter for First Crewed Artemis FlightThis video shows engineers at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, completing the welds to form the launch vehicle stage adapter for NASA's Space Launch System rocket.

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Comet Impact Enables Probe of Jupiter's WindsScientists at the European Southern Observatory are describing newly observed wind processes on Jupiter as “a unique meteorological beast.” I like the phrase and can see its application to the 1450 kilometer per hour jets they’ve uncovered near Jupiter’s poles.

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Amateur Astronomer Spots a Rare Visible NovaA new nova, appearing in the northern constellation of Cassiopeia, can be seen with binoculars and small telescopes, but this transient object won't stick around for long.

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Vice President Kamala Harris Calls NASA Astronauts Shannon Walker and Kate RubinsU.S. Vice President Kamala Harris placed a special phone call to Shannon Walker and Kate Rubins aboard the International Space Station to find out what it's like to do science in space.

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Astronomers image magnetic fields at the edge of M87's black holeCaption: In this artist's conception of the polarized view of the black hole in M87, lines mark the orientation of polarization, which is related to the magnetic field around the shadow of the black hole.

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The Perseverance Rover and a Great First Month on MarsDeputy project scientists Katie Stack Morgan and Ken Williford are living on Mars time and living for Mars.

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Shooting the Moon with Robert ReevesInterested in taking high-quality images of the Moon? There's no one better to help than our guest, Robert Reeves, whose literally written the book on the topic.

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M51 SonificationMessier 51 is perhaps better known by its nickname of the Whirlpool Galaxy because its face-on orientation to Earth reveals its wound-up spiral arms.

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Cat's Eye Nebula SonificationWhen a star like the Sun begins to run out of helium to burn, it will blow off huge clouds of gas and dust.

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