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A Globular Cluster was Completely Dismantled and Turned Into a Ring Around the Milky WayAn international team of astronomers discovered some surprising when studying a debris ring around our Milky Way: the remnants of an ancient globular cluster.

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Newly forming star has spiral arms like a tiny galaxyProtoplanetary disks  where young stars are forming their families of planets  usually form concentric rings of gaps.

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Mira-type variable stars are constantly throwing the key chemicals for life out into spaceWe know that the carbon in your bones was formed long ago in the heart of a star.

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"Exist at an Astonishing Scale"The black holes of nature are the most perfect macroscopic objects there are in the universe the only elements in their construction are our concepts of space and time, ” said Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, the Noble-Prize winning, Indian-American astrophysicist NASAs Chandra X-Ray Observatory was named for.

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Videos: "Space to Ground" ISS reportHere is the latest episode in NASAs Space to Ground weekly report on activities related to the International Space Station: * Down to Earth – All in This Together  NASA Johnson In th...

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Road to gender equality in astronomy one giant leap for womankindThree key women in the history of astronomy deserve to be celebrated.

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How will NASA's Perseverance rover search for signs of life on Mars?Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.

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Arecibo Observatory weathers Tropical Storm Isaias to track potentially dangerous asteroidA famed radio telescope overcame Tropical Storm Isaias to determine the threat level of a space rock zooming by Earth.

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SpaceX's toasted Crew Dragon returns home after historic NASA astronaut splashdownSpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule cruised into its home port Friday evening , secured to one of the company's recovery vessels.

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'Star Trek: Discovery' Season 3 release date revealedCBS confirms the "Star Trek: Discovery" third season premiere date, while Season 2 of "The Mandalorian" is once again expected to air at around the same time.

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The Last Stargazers? Why You Will Never See An Astronomer Looking Through A TelescopeWhat do astronomers do? How is astronomy changing? And why is modern astronomy as much about laptops as mountaintops?

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Experimental DragRacer satellites will test 'Terminator Tape' for space junk cleanup this fallAn experimental mission called DRAG RACER will test the performance of an innovative tether system designed to expedite satellite reentry.

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NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft prepares for final asteroid-sampling rehearsalOSIRIS-REx, which has been orbiting Bennu since 2018, is NASA's first asteroid-sampling spacecraft. The probe is scheduled to practice its touchdown sequence for a second time on Tuesday, Aug.

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A virtual party with astronomers for lovers of space and starsHere's an event for all the astronomy enthusiasts out there. Lead by renowned astronomers Professor Alan Duffy and Dr Rebecca Allen, Goulburnians will be able to take a guided live streamed tour of the universe on Friday and Saturday, August 21 and 22.

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View On Astronomy: Perseids meteor shower an annual attractionAfter more than 45 years of enjoying the splendor of the heavens, I still look forward to a simple yet rewarding observing experience watching burning rocks falling from the sky.

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Space Launch System Rocket Small-Scale Booster TestA Space Launch System rocket small-scale solid rocket booster roared to life during a 22-second test on Aug.

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This is What the Solar System Really Looks LikeThe helisphere is our shield against deadly cosmic rays from other solar systems. It looks like it has a much stranger shape than we could've imagined.

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Beyond the Fermi Paradox V: What is the Aestivation Hypothesis?Is it possible that the aliens are not hiding, but sleeping and waiting for the Universe to get better?

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Jupiter's huge moon Ganymede may have the largest impact scar in the solar systemScientists have discovered what they believe may be the largest impact crater in the entire solar system, with scars covering a vast portion of Jupiter's huge moon, Ganymede.

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Rivers on ancient Mars may have flowed beneath sheets of iceNew research finds martian valleys resemble rivers running under glaciers on Earth, meaning ancient Mars may have been a more frigid world than once thought.

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Poop stains visible from space reveal hidden colonies of Antarctic penguinsThere might be nearly 20% more emperor penguin colonies in Antarctica than previously thought.

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Video from Space / Weekly Highlights: Week of Aug. 2, 2020Videos featured: SpaceX Demo-2 mission splashed down off the coast of Pensacola, Florida, Hurricane / Tropical Storm Isaias was captured from space, SpaceX Starship SN5 prototype took its first hop, China launched the Gaofen-9 04 satellite and SpaceX launched 57 Starlink and 2 Blacksky satellites.

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Inside KSC! Aug. 7, 2020A critical piece of hardware for NASA's Space Launch System rocket has arrived at the agency's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

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Northrop Grumman outlines HALO plans for Gateway's central moduleWith the first two major elements of NASA's Lunar Gateway under contract and development, Northrop Grumman has outlined their plans for the overall Habitation and Logistics Outpost module, which will serve as the primary habitation and nexus for the lunar station.Â.

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AASWomen Newsletter for August 7, 2020AAS Committee on the Status of Women Issue of August 7, 2020 eds: Heather Flewelling, Nicolle Zellner, Maria Patterson, Jeremy Bailey, and...

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Scientists Found Atmosphere Of Mars Pulses In UltravioletUsing new data from the Imaging Ultraviolet Spectrograph on NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft, scientists have found that the atmosphere of Mars pulses in ultraviolet three times per night, and only during Martian spring and fall.

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A Safe Splashdown for an Historic Test Flight on This Week @NASAA few of the stories to tell you about - This Week at NASA!

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Near-Earth Asteroid Scout to launch on NASA Artemis I missionScout is a CubeSat that will study a nearby space rock and test new solar sail technology.

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Jupiter's Violent Storms May Form Ammonia-Water HailstonesA new study suggests that during Jupiter’s violent storms, hailstones form from a cooled mixture of water and ammonia gas, similar to the process in Earth’s storms where hail forms in the presence of supercooled liquid water; growth of these Jovian hailstones, dubbed ‘mushballs, ’ creates a slush-like substance surrounded by...

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Russia gearing up to launch moon mission in 2021Russia's Luna-25 moon lander is starting to come together ahead of its planned launch next year.

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Space Policy Edition: Why the SLS is a National Asset, and Why That MattersHow spacefaring nations prioritize funding can be just as important, if not more so, than the capabilities of the commercial sector, says Dr. Mary Lynne Dittmar, President and CEO of the Coalition for Deep Space Exploration.

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Hubble Investigated Earth's Atmosphere during Total Lunar EclipseTaking benefit of a total lunar eclipse in January 2019, astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope STIS spectrograph have measured the amount of ozone in the atmosphere of our planet.

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A Dense Sub-Neptune Challenges Formation TheoriesThe exoplanet K2-25b, a young world in the Hyades cluster orbiting an M-dwarf star, raises intriguing questions.

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Solar System's Heliosphere May Be Smaller and Rounder than Previously ThoughtThe heliosphere is a giant magnetic bubble that contains our Solar System, the solar wind and the solar magnetic field.

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New Class of Planet Can Form Around Black Holes, Say AstronomersThe dust clouds around supermassive black holes are the perfect breeding ground for an exotic new type of planet.

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Is our solar system shaped like a deflated croissant?The bubble of charged particles that surrounds our solar system looks more like a deflated croissant than a comet, as traditionally envisioned, a recent study suggests.

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Meteors of August: Our Guide to the 2020 PerseidsIt's August and that means the Perseid meteors are inbound, starting this weekend this shower is a sure-fire bet, though 2020 sees the spectacle go down under somewhat challenging circumstances.

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Juno Discovers ‘Shallow Lightning' on JupiterAccording to a new analysis of data collected by the Stellar Reference Unit instrument onboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft, an unexpected form of electrical discharge, ‘shallow lightning’ originates from Jovian clouds containing an ammonia-water solution.

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The eerie green 'nightglow' of Mars pulses in ultraviolet light in new NASA viewsNew images of green, pulsing ultraviolet flashes of Mars' "nightglow" are illuminating circulation patterns in the Martian atmosphere.

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600-Big and CloseMy Catalina Sky Survey teammate Hannes Groeller was asteroid hunting in the constellation of Pegasus with our 60 inch telescope on Mt. Lemmon, Arizona when he discovered a Potentially Hazardous Asteroid.

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Jupiter from near and far, and two humans return to EarthThis week, learn about the conditions of the early solar system and get ready for next week's meteor shower, plus more.

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A€œThe Unknown Ancestora€AIt’s been said that If a machine ever gains awareness, it will be not due to our careful programming, but to an unforeseeable anomaly.

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Mars Eerie Pulsing NightglowIf were going to send people to Mars, we better understand whats going on in the atmosphere, said Zachariah Milby, a researcher at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at University of Colorado, Boulder.

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Astronomy Apps Market Expected to Witness the Highest Growth 2025Recently, Market Study Report, LLC, added a research on the ' Astronomy Apps market' which encompasses significant inputs with respect to market share, market s.

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Untracked Astrophotography PrimerI have been asked to do a write up of my experiences and tips for getting started in astrophotography.

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The protective bubble surrounding the solar system is shaped like a pastryScientists have developed a new prediction of the shape of the bubble surrounding our solar system using a model developed with data from NASA missions.

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SpaceX just launched 57 new Starlink satellites with sun visors to make them less bright. A scientist says that won't stop them from interfering with The skies could soon be crawling with tens of thousands of false stars. Making those satellites dimmer might not keep them out of astronomers' way.

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Space to Ground: Gulf Coast Splashdown: 08/07/2020NASA's Space to Ground is your weekly update on what's happening aboard the International Space Station.

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What Is The Shape Of The Universe?The universe is everything that we can observe, so we cant stand outside it to see if its shaped like a ball or a potato chip or something else entirely.

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Moon may outshine Perseids this 'meteor month'A bright moon will hinder observations of the Perseid meteor shower, typically one of the best displays of the year.

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A super speedy acid cloud has been hiding on Venus for decadesLurking just below the atmosphere of Venus is a wall of acid clouds that whip around the planet at speeds close to that of a commercial air jet on Earth.

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Scientists peer inside Mars to measure layers of Red PlanetTremors measured by NASA's InSight Mars lander offer the first direct evidence for how thick key layers of the Red Planet are.

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ATLANTIC SKIES: Young astronomers and the Perseid meteorsIf you are intrigued by the concept of space travel and exploration, no doubt you watched or read about the launch of NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance spacecraft on July 30.

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This Week's Sky at a Glance, August 7-15It's Perseid meteor week! The shower peaks on the night of August 11th — see below — but you may see an occasional Perseid any night and perhaps already have.

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Astronomy Lab: High SchoolI did it! I just purchased our FIRST family telescope! Find out how I saved money, which telescope we chose, and WHY an ASTRONOMY lab is big BANG for your home-education BUCK!

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The Very Large Array by Barbara CraryThe Very Large Array by Barbara Crary The plan: casual, a site suggested on the internet, a way station just off the interstate, something to do while on our way to more interesting things.

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SpaceX launches 57 more Starlink satellites, lands rocket at seaCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX successfully launched dozens of Starlink internet satellites and two small Earth-imaging satellites into orbit Friday in the second of what's expected to be a series of Starlink rideshare missions.

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Delphinus the DolphinDelphinus the Dolphin skirts along the edge of the Summer Milky Way. Look for this small prominent constellation near the star Altair.

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Touchdown! SpaceX lands rocket after launching Starlink and BlackSky satellitesSpaceX's Falcon 9 first stage landed on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean on July 7, 2020 shortly after launching 57 Starlink and 3 Blacksky satellites.

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Blastoff! SpaceX launches 57 Starlink satellites, 2 BlackSky satsSpaceX launched 57 Starlink satellites and ttwo BlackSky Global Earth-observing satellites atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center on Aug.

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The Sky This Week: The Perseids peak with the Moon on displayCatch the peak of the Perseid meteor shower, celebrate the Last Quarter Moon, and celebrate a Venus milestone from August 7 to 14.

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WitcheryBut that's what happened to Johannes Kepler. Four hundred years ago today, his mother was arrested - and charged with 49 counts of witchcraft.

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August in the DesertAt summers midpoint, it seems appropriate to post a couple of images representative of the environment of the Big Bend region of Texas at this time of year.

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Is Comet Swift-Tuttle On a Collision Course?One of the year's best meteor showers—the Perseids—is now underway, but the comet behind these lovely shooting stars is what we should really be talking about!

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3 New Comets Discovered In August 2020; 2 Periodics and Other With An Extremely High Eccentricity.By Anura Guruge Click to ENLARGE. These discoveries have just been confirmed  within the week, i.e., August 2, 2020.

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Antarctica Is the Best Place On Earth for a Telescope, Is Also the Hardest Place to Put a TelescopeTwinkling stars might make for spectacular viewing on a hot summer's night, but they are an absolute nightmare to astronomers.

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M-20 The Trifid NebulaWithout a doubt, M-20, The Trifid Nebula, has to be my favorite summertime nebula to image.

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A Strange Planet has been Found that's Smaller than Neptune But 50% More MassiveAstronomers with the National Science Foundation NOIRLab studied the planet and presented their findings in a paper titled "The Habitable-zone Planet Finder Reveals A High Mass and a Low Obliquity for the Young Neptune K2-25b." Lead author is Gudmundur Stefansson, a postdoctoral fellow at Princeton University.

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Parts of Mars' atmosphere glows green at night timeVast areas of the Martian night sky pulse in ultraviolet light, according to images from NASAs MAVEN spacecraft.

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Night SkyOur journey to know the cosmos and our place within it starts right outside our windows, in the night sky.

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Your Guide to the 2020 Perseid Meteor ShowerHere's everything you need to know about the annual Perseid Meteor Shower and how to watch it.

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Stunning Space Butterfly Captured by ESO Telescope30 July 2020 New ESO’s VLT image of the NGC 2899 planetary nebula Resembling a butterfly with its symmetrical structure, beautiful colours, and intricate patterns, this striking bubble of gas — known as NGC 2899 — appears to float and flutter across the sky in this new picture from ESO’s Very Large Telescope.

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Occhiolism&What does the term make you feel? What just occurred to you when you read that one liner underneath?

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Glaciers on Pluto might 'grow' with the seasonsMethane and nitrogen glaciers on Pluto expand and "grow" in response to temperature changes on the dwarf planet, new research suggests.

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Martian 'nightglow' visualized using NASA spacecraft dataNASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN mission captured data on the Red Planet's ultraviolet "nightglow." This phenomena in shown using green-to-white false color in this visualization above a rotating "simulated view of the Mars globe," according to NASA.

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What are the Leading Theories of Everything?Brian discusses this topic with some of world's leading physicists and we'll give you a preview here!

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Perseverance Rover  launchedThe much expected new Mars 2020 Rover was lunched on 30th of July on its way to the Red Planet under the name of Perseverance.

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Hot 'Blob' Points to a Neutron Star Lurking in Supernova 1987AAstronomers have long suspected a city-sized neutron star hides within the dusty shroud of SN 1987A.

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Martian Features Were Carved by Glaciers, not Flowing RiversThere are lots of river valleys on Mars; over 10,000 of them. But were they created by actual rivers?

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Nebulae and PearlThe last few weeks Ive mostly been looking at the gas giants as their oppositions were an ideal time.

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Earth's magnetic field may change faster than we thought — new researchOur new study, published in Nature Communications, has uncovered some answers.

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Photo gallery: Visions of Starmus pastStarmus VI, which will be dedicated to Mars, is set to take place in September 2021 in Yerevan, Armenia.

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Hubble Probes Earth's Atmosphere during Total Lunar EclipseTaking advantage of a total lunar eclipse in January 2019, astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have measured the amount of ozone in the atmosphere of our planet.

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2020, August 18, 19: Observe Opposing Crescent MoonsOpposing crescent moons are visible across eastern North America on the morning of August 18 and evening of August 19.

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Potential New Targets for Japan's Hayabusa 2 MissionThat’s just what the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency hinted at in a tweet last month for the Hayabusa 2 mission.

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SpaceX launching 57 more Starlink satellites early Friday: How to watch it liveA SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is expected to send 57 more Starlink satellites into space early Friday morning.

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Hubble detected Earth's ozone during lunar eclipseThe Hubble Space Telescope detected Earth's ozone during the lunar eclipse of June 2019 using the "moon as a mirror," according to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

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There's plenty to see in the Night Sky over Gwent in AugustThree spacecraft from three different countries have been launched recently, all heading Mars.

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Scientists use moon as a mirror to study Earth during lunar eclipseThe work could help shape the search for signs of life around exoplanets.

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Thomas and Matthias astro chats: space photographySubscribe: 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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40 Years Ago: Voyager 1 Approaches SaturnThe world was waiting for Voyager's encounter with Saturn's when Discover's debut issue hit newsstands in 1980.

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Hot 'blob' points to a neutron star lurking in Supernova 1987AAstronomers have long suspected a city-sized neutron star hides within the dusty shroud of SN 1987A.

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Theories about planet formation may have to have a rethinkNew observations of the exoplanet, known as K2-25b, made with the WIYN 0.9-meter Telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory , a Program of NSF's NOIRLab, the Hobby-Eberly Telescope at McDonald Observatory and other facilities, raise new questions about current theories of planet formation.

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An Astronomy Hipdict!Solar wind hitting us in the form of power imbalances and flawed systems all around in which uniqueness is entangled!

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Signs of 'missing' neutron star found in heart of supernovaAn incredibly bright stellar explosion was observed in 1987, and now, using the Atacama Large Array, researchers have found the supernova's remnants, which may be the youngest neutron star known to date.

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New Solar Model Successfully Predicted Seven of the Sun's Last Nine Big FlaresSince it launched in 2010, the Solar Dynamics Observatory has helped scientists understand how the Suns magnetic field is generated and structured, and what causes solar flares.

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Neowise: The Comet I Couldn't SeePhoto by Cristofer Jeschke on Unsplash. Here’s how the story starts. At the time of writing, there is a comet called Neowise zooming away from Earth.

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SpaceX ready for another try of Starlink v1.0 L9 launchSpaceX is set to try again for their ninth launch of operational Starlink satellites, along with two satellites for BlackSky's Earth observation constellation, on Friday, August 7.

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8 Years Before, Curiosity Landed On The Red PlanetNASA’s Mars Rover Curiosity successfully landed on the Red Planet at 10:32 p.m. PDT on August 5, 2012.

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NASA's Curiosity Rover Marks Eight Years of Mars ExplorationNASA’s Curiosity rover has seen a lot since August 5, 2012, when it first set its wheels inside the huge basin of Gale Crater.

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On its way to Mars, Chinese spacecraft spots Earth and moon, aces steering maneuverChina's Tianwen-1 spacecraft captured a stunning view of the Earth and moon before making its first trajectory correction maneuver on the long journey to Mars.

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Hubble Views Moon to Study EarthVideo credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Paul Morris : Lead Producer Krystofer Kim : Lead Animator Cassandra Morris: Voice over : K.

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NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission: Live updatesSince NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover launched to the Red Planet July 30, both a weather satellite and a robotic telescope have spotted the craft on its way to its dusty destination.Â.

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China launches 2 satellites from desert launch siteIn its 22nd launch of the year, China sent an Earth-observing satellite and a university payload into orbit.

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Chinese Long March 2D's 50th launch lofts latest Gaofen-9 satelliteA new satellite on the Gaofen-9 remote sensing series was orbited by China on Wednesday.&.

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Qushji: an anti-Aristotelian astronomer, a Muslim genius of Hagia SophiaQushji's great mathematical mind profoundly impacted the science of astronomy. His knowledge was borrowed by scholars worldwide, mainly the Indian subcontinent.

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China launches Gaofen-9 04 optical remote-sensing satelliteChina's Long March-2D rocket launched the Gaofen-9 04 optical remote-sensing satellite from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on Aug.

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"Lighting Up Jupiter's Dark Side "Ever since NASA’s Voyager 1 spacecraft flew past Jupiter in March, 1979, scientists have wondered about the origin of Jupiter’s lightning, which had been theorized for centuries.

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Demo-2 success keeps SpaceX on track for tourist flights in late 2021SpaceX could begin flying non-NASA astronauts aboard its Crew Dragon capsule as soon as next year.

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Teens who named Mars rover and helicopter are 'over the moon' following launchThe students who proposed the names for NASA's Perseverance Mars rover and its helicopter companion, Ingenuity, were thrilled to watch the duo launch.

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Thousands of Earthlike 'blanets' might circle the Milky Way's central black holeSupermassive black holes dot our universe, monstrous gravity wells that bind galaxies together and wreath themselves in whirling cocoons of dust that emit bright X-ray beams.

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9 of the Best Books About AstronomyLaunch your TBR into outer space with these books about astronomy, from NASA history and constellation myths to the search for life on Mars.

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ASTRONOMY: When it comes to night sky, be prepared!An amateur astronomer must always be prepared for the unexpected. This preparedness really helped when Clinton Willis and I photographed our "mystery object" on the night of April 20th.

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Shower with a FriendHave you ever showered with a friend? You might want to consider it during this years Perseid Meteor Shower.

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The ArteriesA strong heart needs strong arteries. And.

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NASA Astronauts are Back on Earth After a Successful Crew Dragon SplashdownAstronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley just returned from the ISS, completing the first crewed mission from US soil in almost a decade.

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What Was The First Color In The UniverseThe universe bathes in a sea of light, from the blue-white flickering of young stars to the deep red glow of hydrogen clouds.

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Astrology's Humble BeginningsAmerican Heritage Dictionary defines Astrology as the study of the positions and aspects of celestial bodies in the belief that they have an influence on the course of natural earthly occurrences a...

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Astronomical First: Differences Detected Between Discs of Active and Non-Active GalaxiesA study led by researchers at the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias , making comparison between the discs of several pairs of spiral galaxies, active and non-active, concludes that in the discs of the former the rotational motion of the stars is of greater importance.

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Astronomers see signs of activity from Solar Cycle 25Astronomers around the world have been waiting for signs of the start of Solar Cycle 25.

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Finally! SpaceX Starship Prototype SN5 Flies Just Over 150 Meters Into the AirYesterday, SpaceX moved one step closer to sending people to the Moon and Mars when its SN5 prototype successfully made a 150 m hop test!

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The warm and wet ancient Mars theory may not hold waterA large number of the valley networks scarring Mars's surface were carved by water melting beneath glacial ice, not by free-flowing rivers as previously thought, according to new UBC research published today in Nature Geoscience.

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Space roar: NASA detected the loudest sound in the universe, but what is it?Space Mysteries: When scientists put their ear to the early universe, they found it yelled back.

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Astronomers Catch X-Rays from Rarest Calcium-Rich Supernova EventAstronomers for the first time used X-ray imaging to examine a calcium-rich supernova. Their findings, showed that a calcium-rich supernova is a compact star that sheds an outer layer of gas during the final stages of its life; when the star explodes, its matter collides with the loose material in that outer shell, emitting bright X-rays; the...

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Saturn-Sized Exoplanet around Ultracool Dwarf Is Detected With The Astrometric Technique For The First TimeAstronomers using NSF’s Very Long Baseline Array, a continent wide system of 10 radio telescope antennas located between Hawaii and Puerto Rico, have detected a giant exoplanet in orbit around the ultracool dwarf TVLM 513-46546.

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A night in the life of a professional stargazerAs dreamy as astronomy sounds, it's a shrinking field.

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There's One Cloud on Mars That's Over 1800 km LongAn 1800 km long cloud forms over Arsia Mons, an extinct volcano on Mars. It forms, dissipates, and re-forms each day during southern solstice season.

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Down to EarthIn this episode of Down to Earth - All in This Together, NASA Astronaut Jessica Meir recalls her recent time living and working aboard the International Space Station, "I never appreciated how fragile and beautiful and special the Earth was..."

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Saturn-class Exoplanet Is a Win for AstrometryUnder other circumstances, the red dwarf TVLM 513-46546 would not cause a ripple in news coverage of exoplanets.

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AskNASA┃ How Do We Launch Astronauts from the United States to the Space Station?For the first time in history, NASA astronauts launched from American soil in a commercially built and operated American crew spacecraft to the space station.

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A˜ The Small Magellanic CloudThe Small Magellanic Cloud is one of the two Magellanic clouds about 199,000 light years away from Earth.

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20 African Projects Selected for IAU COVID-19 Astronomy GrantsIn May 2020, the IAU Office of Astronomy for Development issued an Extraordinary Call for Proposals that could use astronomy in any form to help mitigate some of the impacts caused by COVID-19.

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And Today's Stupid And Untrue Space Tweet Award Goes To….N\n \n\nHere is the actual tweet. I am posting a picture of it since Trump tends to block a lot of people.

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This year's fireworks came earlyEditor's note: A version of this has been previously published on the author's website. The big fireworks display came early for me this year.

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The Fool and the Return of OrionPhoto by Frank Cone on Pexels.com Orion The Hunter returns, and in the northern hemisphere can once again be seen bestriding the east at sunrise.

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Astronomers Catch X-Rays from Calcium-Rich SupernovaAstronomers have for the first time used X-ray imaging to examine a calcium-rich supernova. Their findings, published in the Astrophysical Journal, show that a calcium-rich supernova is a compact star that sheds an outer layer of gas during the final stages of its life; when the star explodes, its matter collides with the loose material in that...

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Ultra-low noise CMOS Xray sensor spins off from astronomy to medicineA £4.8m project is aiming to develop a wafer scale Xray sensor for astronomy and medical applications.

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Radioactive Aluminum Sheds Light on Solar System HistoryWhat did the environment that formed the solar system look like? While most information about that long-ago era is lost, some meteorites and other primordial objects contain clues about that early epoch.

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LVSA arrives at KSC, NASA EGS readies final pre-stacking preparations for Artemis 1The Launch Vehicle Stage Adapter for NASA's first Space Launch System vehicle arrived at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on July 29 on the agency's Pegasus barge at the end of a delivery trip from the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama.

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Greenland's Extreme Melt, 1 Year LaterLast spring, NASA's Operation IceBridge flew over one of Greenland's earliest melt seasons on record.

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Crew Dragon Triumphant, and a Planetary Society Founder RemembersAstronaut and former SpaceX director of space operations Garrett Reisman returns to help us celebrate and appreciate the just-completed first crewed mission by a Crew Dragon capsule.

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2020, August 5: Brilliant Venus Tours Orion, Mars in PiscesVenus and Mars shine from the morning sky before sunrise. Venus moves into Orion, while Mars marches eastward in Pisces.

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Astronomers sink their teeth into special supernovaAstronomers using several telescopes at NOIRLab, including the Southern Astrophysical Research. Telescope, have obtained critical data on a particular type of exploding star that produces copious amounts of calcium.

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SpaceX Starship SN5 Hop UpdateThanks for watching - why not support this channel and help us For More Videos Like This: my latest videos : you the BEST Space and Astronomy videos online.

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"Supersharp Vision"In the deepest sense, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence is a search for ourselves, said Carl Sagan.

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NASA Captures Isaias Twice Along East CoastAfter regaining hurricane intensity over the Gulf Stream, Hurricane Isaias made landfall on the south coast of North Carolina on Monday, Aug.

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SpaceX Crew Dragon's performance was 'rock solid,' says Demo-2 commander Doug HurleyNASA astronaut Doug Hurley explains just how the Crew Dragon spacecraft performed in its first crewed flight in response to a question from Ars Technica's Eric Berger.

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Was young Mars warm and wet or cold and frozen?New research indicates early Mars was cold and frozen, not warm and wet as currently thought.

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ALMA Spots Gaseous Spiral Arms Around Young Variable StarAstronomers using the Atacama Large Array have discovered a giant set of spiral arms around the young variable star RU Lupi.

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50 years ago, Mauna Kea opened for astronomy. Controversy continuesCurrent plans to build a new telescope on the volcano sparked the latest conflict.

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Watch SpaceX Starship SN5's first flight with drone, rocket and engine camsThe SpaceX Starship SN5 prototype's first hop took place on Aug. 4, 2020 at the private spaceflight company's Boca Chica, Texas facility.

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Prof Melvin Hoare is Driving Development in Africa with Radio AstronomyIn 2014, a human capital development project was initiated through a joint UK-South Africa Newton Fund to help drive economic development in Africa.

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God's AgonyWhat was the Great Creator‘s most difficult task?

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What Would It Be Like To Ride Through A Worm Hole?In "Contact," Jodie Foster travels through one. So does Matthew McConaughey in "Interstellar," Spock in the 2009 "Star Trek" film, and pretty much everybody in "Stargate." Wormholes are ridiculously popular in science fiction, but are they science fact?

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It is the same comet again! Said Edmond HalleySo hey guys, welcome back to the blog. Today we are going to talk about the much renowned comet: Halleys Comet.

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Armchair Astrophysics: Finding Physics Far and WideWhat do echoes, bubbles, and fireworks have to do with astrophysics? What do highway traffic jams and galaxy spiral arms have in common?

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Self Improvement: Astronomy in times of crisesHistory shows us that astronomy and troubled times go well together. Take a listen to this week's fascinating lesson with Fred Watson, astronomer-at-large.

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Blowing Off SteamA star in.

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Tutoring Astronomy Olympiad 2020Olimpiade Sains Nasional is annual competition which containing nine subjects for senior high school students.

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2020, August 4: Jupiter, Saturn Bright Evening StarsLook for bright Jupiter and Saturn in the southeast during the hours following sunset.

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Episode 271: The DominatorSpaceflight news — Mars Perseverance and Ingenuity on their way to Mars. — SHERLOC calibration target includes spacesuit samples — Crew Dragon is coming home.

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288.3. Snippet_ISS to the Moon?Re-purposing has its limits.

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SpaceX Starship SN5 prototype takes first hopSpaceX completed a test flight of the Starship SN5 prototype at their Boca Chica, Texas facility on Aug.

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Some Stars Could Support as Many as 7 Habitable PlanetsA new study by a team of astronomers and planetary scientists calculate that some stars could have as many as 7 habitable planets orbiting them!

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Your Guide to NASA's MAVEN missionNASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution spacecraft, MAVEN, studies how Mars loses its atmosphere to space.

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Out Of This World: Building Helicopters To Explore The Solar SystemNASA's Mars Perseverance rover launched last week carrying a stow-away - a tiny helicopter named Ingenuity.

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Welcome Home: NASA Astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley Discuss Their Return To EarthThe #LaunchAmerica mission aboard SpaceX's Crew Dragon "Endeavour" spacecraft that brought NASA astronauts Robert Behnken and Douglas Hurley back to Earth marked the first splashdown of an American crew spacecraft in 45 years.

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SpaceX Demo-2 crew talks re-entry and sat phone calls post-splashdownIn response to questions from the Washington Post's Chris Davenport, NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken talk about their Earth re-entry aboard Crew Dragon and the satellite phone calls they made after splashdown.

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The Universe is the Same, Everywhere We Look. Even More than Cosmologists PredictedThe Universe is about 10% smoother than we expect, and astronomers aren't entirely sure why.

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Microbes Were Dormant for Over 100 Million Years, But They Were Able to Spring Back to LifeScientists gathered samples of the most nutrient-poor ocean sediments on Earth, and revived dormant microbes that were over 100 million years old.

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2020, August 11-12: Peak Perseid MeteorsThe Perseid Meteor shower peaks on the night of August 11-12, but it is dimmed by a thick waning crescent moon.

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Kennedy Director Commends Workforce on Outstanding Mission EffortsKennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana praised the Florida spaceport's employees for their contributions to important recent events, such as launching the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover and bringing home astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley safely from the International Space Station.

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What Happened to NASA's Summer 2020 Internships?Every year NASA hosts close to 2,000 interns. While working together with experts, these interns provide important contributions to NASA's missions.

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‘Twinkle' mission will search for planets outside our solar system that could support lifeAstronomers are preparing to further study the atmospheres of planets discovered through NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite mission to identify the most promising exoplanets - planets in solar systems beyond our own - for habitability and signs of life.

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ALMA Spots Gaseous Spiral Arms around Young Variable StarAstronomers using the Atacama Large Array have discovered a giant set of spiral arms made of carbon monoxide gas around the young variable star RU Lupi.

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"Particle at the End of the Universe"Higg sbosons have the capacity to share space because they are more like a force than a thing in the way we normally.

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How to get pictures from the International Space Station via amateur radioDid you know that astronauts on the International Space Station send pictures from space to ground over amateur radio that you yourself can get at home using your computer?

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Small stars are vital to dispersing the building blocks of lifeThe new research could explain how stars breathe life into the universe, suggesting that low-mass stars and white dwarfs play a much larger role than previously thought.

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Interview with the moonQ: Whats it like to hang above the sky? A: Like the lone candle flickering in darkness, solitary yet warmed by the flashes of light it drapes upon others faces.

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11-12 August 2020  the PerseidsThe night of 11/12 August will be the peak of the Perseids, one of the most famous prolific meteor showers.

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PongSat Flight Program to fly a million student projects to edge of spaceAn announcement from JP Aerospace: PongSat Flight Program Aims to Fly 1 Million Student Experiments to the Edge of Space Rancho Cordova, CA August 4, 2020  An organization in California is p...

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Getting ready for the Perseid Meteor ShowerHere are some observation and photographing tips for the Perseids, which peak August 12-13, 2020.

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See HurricaneNOAA's GOES-East satellite and the International Space Station has kept their eyes on Hurricane / Tropical Storm Isaias.

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The best place to see stars from Earth also happens to be the coldest place on the planetDome A, or Dome Argus, an ice dome perched high on the Antarctic Plateau, could be the ideal place to get a clear view of the stars from Earth, according to a new study conducted by an international team of researchers.

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Surprisingly dense exoplanet challenges planet formation theoriesNew detailed observations with NSF's NOIRLab facilities reveal a young exoplanet, orbiting a young star in the Hyades cluster, that is unusually dense for its size and age.

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Was Early Mars "Wet and Warm"?. Or Wet and Cold?The western edge of the Devon ice cap on the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. The similarity between many Martian valleys and the subglacial channels on Devon Island in the Canadian Arctic motivated the authors to conduct their comparative study.A.

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88E-100-Where Extension Cords Can't ReachMarie Curie's discovery of radioactivity started humans on a path which so far has skirted annihilation and has led to cures for cancer and the exploration of the distant regions of our solar system.

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It's A Great Day to be AliveFrom 250 miles above the Earth, Expedition 63 is very much aware of the hard times which exist in the neighborhoods of the world rotating below.

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Saturn Photographed Behind The MoonThe featured image in this post is a shot of the planet Saturn peeking behind the moon.

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Colliding star may have switched-off black hole's X-ray coronaMost normal galaxies are centred on a super massive black hole that creates an active galactic nucleus – an extremely bright source of radiation created as matter accelerates into the black hole.

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Why does NASA keep going back to Mars?Ahead of the launch of the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover, NASA's Planetary Science Division Director Lori Glaze explains why the Red Planet is important to explore.

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Hubble Snaps Beautiful Image of NGC 4907Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have captured a vivid image of the face-on barred spiral galaxy NGC 4907.

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A Tight Fit: Planets in the Habitable ZoneHow many habitable planets should we expect in the average stellar system? One sounds like a good number to me, even an optimistic one.

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The Last Stargazers: How Tech has Changed Face of AstronomyDr. Emily Levesque is an astronomer who looks for dying stars. In her new book, The Last Stargazers, she explores how technology is changing astronomy.

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"Supermassive Mutant"Black holes are the seductive dragons of the universe," wrote science-fiction author Robert Coover, “outwardly quiescent yet violent at the heart, uncanny, hostile, primeval, emitting a negative radiance that draws all toward them, gobbling up all who come too close..."

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Because the Universe isn't weird enough: Black hole planets may exist.Astronomers theorize that planets can form around supermassive black holes.

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Astronomers spot glowing 'butterfly' in deep spaceAstronomers have spotted a "butterfly" in deep space.

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AaS! 133: How do we know the Earth is curved?Is a debate even worth it? I discuss these questions and more in today's Ask a Spaceman!

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2020. August 4: Four Morning Planets, Bright MoonVenus, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter shine from the morning sky. The morning planet parade breaks apart.

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Your star sign is wrong, probablyThis is not new news, this story comes up every now and then. However I am using it to illustrate a point so forgive the click bait.

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Black Holes ‘Gone on Holiday? ' UK Student Helps Astronomy Community Understand Unexpected PhenomenonUK doctoral student Maryam Dehghanian proposed a theory for data that confused over a hundred top scientists from around the world.

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Astronomers May Have Found a Lost Neutron Star That's Been Missing For DecadesIn February 1987, the sky lit up. In the Large Magellanic Cloud, 167,644 light-years away, astronomers watched as a massive star died in a spectacular supernova, the closest to Earth in hundreds of years.

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MoonriseLast night, the moon came rolling down a mountain. At least it looked that way through my camera’s long lens: a bowling, rolling orb, sliding down a sloping night-black foothill across the river from town.

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ScorpiusUnder even a moderately dark sky, it's not hard at all to see the outline of a scorpion.

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Perseverance Went Into Safe Mode Shortly After Launch, But it's FineNASA's Perseverance rover experienced some hiccups shortly after launch, but is back on track and making its seven-month journey to Mars.

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Chemistry and Evolution: Silent Ascent Of IntelligenceUnderstanding chemistry is empowering —although few could reproduce its realities from first principles of theory.

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Week 6: Reach for the StarsWelcome to Week 6 of Summer Camp! This weeks theme is and Reach for the Stars!

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Videos: Night sky highlights for August 2020Whats Up: August 2020 Skywatching Tips from NASA What are some skywatching highlights in August 2020?

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SpaceX Just Completed a Static Fire of Starship Prototype SN5. Next Comes the HopIn all the hubbub, another major SpaceX accomplishment went largely unnoticed. This was the successful completion of a full-duration static fire test by the SN5 Starship prototype, which took place at the company's South Texas Launch Facility near Boca Chica on Thursday, July 30th.

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Cosmic QueriesNeil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice answer Cosmic Queries about colonizing Mars, promoting science, stimulating curiosity, stargazing, and more for a remote audience of thousands of science teachers.

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Starship SN5 set to attempt a 150-meter flight testThe Starship SN5 prototype is set to attempt a 150-meter test flight as early as Monday from Boca Chica, Texas.

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Crew Dragon Safely Returns Astronauts to Earth, Despite Minor HiccupThe astronauts' exit from the capsule was slightly delayed by noxious gas, but they ultimately made it back to Earth unscathed.

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What Apollo 18 Can Teach Us About COVID-19The Moon mission that never happened illustrates the difference between what we can do, and what we choose to do.

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Meet the Experts: Other worldsSubscribe: 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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ALMA captures stirred-up planet factoryPlanet-forming environments can be much more complex and chaotic than previously expected. This is evidenced by a new image of the star RU Lup, made with the Atacama Large Array.

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Crew Dragon safely returns astronauts to Earth, despite minor hiccupThe astronauts' exit from the capsule was slightly delayed by noxious gas, but they ultimately made it back to Earth unscathed.

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SpaceX head Elon Musk heralds success of Demo-2 crew flightSpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk spoke at the ceremony welcoming NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken back from their two-month stay on the International Space Station, the inaugural crewed flight of SpaceX's passenger capsule.

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SpaceX Dragon Endeavour Splashdown in 4KNo Audio) Raw footage of the 2:48 p.m. EDT, Sunday, Aug. 2, splashdown of SpaceX's Crew Dragon Endeavour spacecraft in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Pensacola, Florida.

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Ice Sheets Covered Southern Highlands of Early MarsThe southern highlands of Mars are dissected by hundreds of ancient valley networks , which are evidence that water once sculpted the Martian surface.

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Moon landing faked? Astronomer exposes truth behind NASA Apollo 11 missionNASA's historic Moon landing has caused controversy as many believe it was faked and one expert has explained why.

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Black hole fails to do its jobAstronomers have discovered what can happen when a giant black hole does not intervene in the life of a galaxy cluster.

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Challenges a Once 'Warm and Wet' Red PlanetIts now bone dry, said Cosmos host, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Something bad happened on Mars.

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ALMA captures stirred-up planet factoryPlanet-forming environments can be much more complex and chaotic than previously expected. This is evidenced by a new image of the star RU Lup, made with the Atacama Large Array.

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Astronomers find tiny, young galaxy with record-low oxygen levelsAug. 3 - Astronomers have discovered a tiny, young, metal-poor galaxy with the lowest oxygen abundance ever recorded.

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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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Full Sturgeon MoonDid you see a big ball of orange rock in the sky last night? If not, have no fear, for the moon will be at its very fullest tonight!

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How Loop Quantum Gravity Could Match Anomalies in the CMB with Large Structures in the Modern UniverseA strange celestial tension could be caused by a cosmic tango between events at very small and very large scales.

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The Physics of Stopping EverythingSay, for the sake of argument, that you’re the best magician in the entire Universe.

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Studying Trojan Asteroids With LucyNASA's Lucy mission is launching in 2021 and will fly by seven different Trojan asteroids that are orbiting the same distance from the Sun as Jupiter.

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Graeme Hay: Transient ObjectsJoin us for a discussion on transient objects with Graeme Hay of Ember Sky.

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VLT Determined The Shape, Diameter And Density Of The Asteroid Euphrosyne And Its MoonUsing the high-angular resolution observations from ESO’s Very Large Telescope , astronomers have determined the 3D shape, diameter and density of the asteroid.

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Dome A in Antarctica is the best site for optical astronomical observation on EarthDue to the geographic and atmospheric properties at Dome A, atmosphere turbulence usually resides in the near-ground, shallow boundary layer, above which is the very stable free atmosphere with superb seeing.

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VLT Measures Main-Belt Asteroid Euphrosyne and Its MoonUsing the high-angular resolution observations from ESO's Very Large Telescope , astronomers have determined the 3D shape, diameter and density of the asteroid.

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Last Week's Top 5 Space and Science HeadlinesBeyond Hubble’s Constant –“A New Age of the Universe” “Hall of Mirrors” –Orange Glow Around M87’s Colossal Black Hole Unveils History of Observable Universe “Phobos” –Mars Strange ‘Science-Fiction’ Moon May Hold Clues to Ancient Life “Godzilla Microbes” –Dormant for...

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Pictures from space! Our image of the dayAugust 3, 2020: Yesterday , NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley made their way home to Earth aboard the SpaceX Crew Dragon spacecraft Endeavour which they rode to space on May 30.

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Neutron Star Found in Supernova 1987AIn the 33 years since a supernova blew up in one of our nearest neighboring galaxies, astronomers haven’t been able to solve the mystery of what happened to the star.

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How many habitable planets can one star have? Turns out, about 6.Astronomers determine roughly 6 planets can be in a star's habitable zone at one time.

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Hear from SpaceX Demo-2 crew after landing in HoustonNASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley flew to NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston a few hours after splashdown off the coast of Florida on Aug.

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This Week's Sky: August 3 to 9, 2020In this weeks sky, a Full Moon that wanes and meets Mars, and Comet NEOWISE passes close to Messier 53.

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Hubble Snaps Beautiful Image of NGC 4907Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have captured a vivid image of the face-on barred spiral galaxy NGC 4907.

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Natural starshades would help astronomers image exoplanetsIn the past few decades, the study of extrasolar planets has grown by leaps and bounds, with the confirmation of over 4000 exoplanets.

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Captured flagThe Crew Dragon spacecraft Endeavour moments before splashdown August 2 that ended the Demo-2 mission.

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How the "Department of Exploration" supports Mars 2020 and moreAn Atlas V rocket carrying the Mars 2020 Perseverance rover lifts off July 30 from Cape Canaveral, Florida.

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Propelling Perseverance: The legacy of Viking is helping NASA get to MarsThe same thruster design used for the Viking landers was resurrected for the Curiosity landing and will be used on the Perseverance landing next year.

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Mars race rhetoricNASA launched the Mars 2020 mission, featuring the Perseverance rover, last week, bound for a landing on Mars next February.

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Sending Washington to the Moon: an interview with Richard PaulA celebration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 last year in Washington. A radio show two decades earlier examined the political issues behind the program.

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Hubble Snaps Beautiful Image of NGC 4907Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have captured a vivid image of the face-on barred spiral galaxy NGC 4907.

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