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25.06.2022
06:43 Google news Sci/Tech ESA - Second helpings of Mercury - ESA Science & Technology

ESA - Second helpings of Mercury  ESA Science & TechnologyMercury shows off craters in amazing pictures from BepiColombo flyby  Space.comMercury Shows Off in Spectacular New Spacecraft View  CNETEuropean probe images Mercury's cratered landscape on second flyby – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowMercury-bound spacecraft whizzes past the smallest planet for the 2nd time  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Pauses Psyche, a Mission to a Metal-Rich Asteroid - The New York Times

NASA Pauses Psyche, a Mission to a Metal-Rich Asteroid  The New York TimesNASA's Psyche mission to an unexplored metal world comes to a halt  CNNNASA’s Psyche mission launch on hold indefinitely pending reevaluation  Ars TechnicaNASA Announces Launch Delay for Psyche Asteroid Mission  NASASoftware testing problem delays Psyche launch  SpaceNewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:22 UniverseToday.Com NASA Says It’s Satisfied With Rehearsal for SLS Moon Rocket Launch

NASA says it’s finished with having to do full-scale dress rehearsals for the first liftoff of its moon-bound Space Launch System rocket. But it’s not finished with having to make fixes. “At this point we’ve determined that we’ve successfully completed the evaluations and the work that we intended to complete for the dress rehearsal,” Thomas … Continue reading "NASA Says It’s Satisfied With Rehearsal for SLS Moon Rocket Launch" The post NASA Says It’s Satisfied With Rehearsal for SLS Moon Rocket Launch appeared first on Universe Today.

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01:33 TechInvestorNews.com NASA asteroid mission on hold due to late software delivery (AP News)

AP NewsNASA asteroid mission on hold due to late software delivery - NASA put an asteroid mission on hold Friday, blaming the late delivery of its own navigation software.The Psyche mission to a strange metal asteroid of the same name was supposed to launch this September or October. ...

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00:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Announces Launch Delay for Psyche Asteroid Mission - NASA

NASA Announces Launch Delay for Psyche Asteroid Mission  NASANASA's Psyche mission to an unexplored metal world comes to a halt  CNNNASA's metal asteroid mission Psyche won't launch before mid-2023 (and could face cancellation)  Space.comNASA Cancels 2022 Mission to Valuable Asteroid Psyche on a Falcon Heavy  CNETSoftware testing problem delays Psyche launch  SpaceNewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:32 NYT Science NASA Pauses Psyche, a Mission to a Metal-Rich Asteroid

Delays in setting up the spacecraft’s navigation software mean the mission may not reach the asteroid until 2029 or 2030, rather than 2026.

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24.06.2022
23:43 TheRegister.co.uk NASA circles August in its diary to put Artemis I capsule in Moon orbit

First steps by humans to recapture planet's natural satellite NASA is finally ready to launch its unmanned Orion spacecraft and put it in the orbit of the Moon. Lift-off from Earth is now expected in late August using a Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.…

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19:53 Phys.org NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spots rocket impact site on moon

Astronomers discovered a rocket body heading toward a lunar collision late last year. Impact occurred March 4, with NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter later spotting the resulting crater. Surprisingly the crater is actually two craters, an eastern crater (18-meter diameter, about 19.5 yards) superimposed on a western crater (16-meter diameter, about 17.5 yards).

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18:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Rover Rolls Past Evidence of Ancient Water - Gizmodo

NASA's Curiosity Rover Rolls Past Evidence of Ancient Water  GizmodoNASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Stunning Mars Views – Unlocking Mysteries of Ancient Past  SciTechDailyNasa shares stunning images of Mars including closeup of ‘ancient Martian pond’...  The US SunCuriosity captures stunning views of a changing Mars landscape  Phys.orgNASA Mars Rover Snaps Flaky, Funky 'Scientifically Fascinating' Landscape  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:53 Phys.org Video: NASA tracks COVID-19's atmospheric fingerprint

The COVID-19-related lockdowns granted scientists an unexpected and detailed glimpse as to how human activities impact atmospheric composition.

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11:33 Phys.org NASA: Give us back our moon dust and cockroaches

NASA wants its moon dust and cockroaches back.

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07:33 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Sets Live Launch Coverage for CAPSTONE Mission to Moon - NASA

NASA Sets Live Launch Coverage for CAPSTONE Mission to Moon  NASANASA deems Artemis 1 moon mission's test fueling a success  Space.comNASA wraps up moon rocket test; to set launch date after fix  ABC NewsNASA not planning another Artemis 1 countdown dress rehearsal – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowNASA Declares Megarocket Rehearsal Complete, Setting Stage for Inaugural Launch  GizmodoView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:54 TheRegister.co.uk NASA wants nuclear reactor on the Moon by 2030

Space boffins task engineers with creating 40kW lunar fission plant that can operate for ten years NASA has chosen the three companies it will fund to develop a nuclear fission reactor ready to test on the Moon by the end of the decade.…

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03:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA deems Artemis 1 moon mission's test fueling a success - Space.com

NASA deems Artemis 1 moon mission's test fueling a success  Space.comNASA wraps up moon rocket test; to set launch date after fix  ABC NewsNASA not planning another Artemis 1 countdown dress rehearsal – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowNASA Declares Megarocket Rehearsal Complete, Setting Stage for Inaugural Launch  GizmodoLaunch of NASA's CAPSTONE cubesat moon mission delayed to June 27  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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01:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Stunning Mars Views – Unlocking Mysteries of Ancient Past - SciTechDaily

NASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Stunning Mars Views – Unlocking Mysteries of Ancient Past  SciTechDailyCuriosity captures stunning views of a changing Mars landscape  Phys.orgNASA Mars Rover Snaps Flaky, Funky 'Scientifically Fascinating' Landscape  CNETStunning Picture Reveals Weird 'Polygons' on Mars  VICECuriosity's Mastcam Views Flaky, Streambed Rocks  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryView Full Coverage on Google News

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23.06.2022
22:43 Phys.org NASA wraps up moon rocket test; to set launch date after fix

NASA said Thursday it has finished testing its huge moon rocket and will move it back to the launch pad in late August.

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17:23 Google news Sci/Tech NASA not planning another Artemis 1 countdown dress rehearsal – Spaceflight Now - Spaceflight Now

NASA not planning another Artemis 1 countdown dress rehearsal – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowFor the first time, a small rocket will launch a private spacecraft to the Moon  Ars TechnicaNASA SLS rocket launch rehearsal aborted at 29 seconds  Livescience.comNASA weighs Artemis 1 moon rocket's launch readiness after fueling success  Space.comNASA Moon rocket test met 90% of objectives  HT TechView Full Coverage on Google News

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14:13 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Captures Stunning Views of a Changing Mars Landscape - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

NASA's Curiosity Captures Stunning Views of a Changing Mars Landscape  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryStunning Picture Reveals Weird 'Polygons' on Mars  VICENASA Mars Rover Snaps Flaky, Funky 'Scientifically Fascinating' Landscape  CNETCuriosity's Mastcam Views Layers at Las Claritas  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryCuriosity captures stunning views of a changing Mars landscape  Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News

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12:43 Phys.org Aerosol instrument SPEXone mounted on NASA's climate satellite

Over the past few weeks, a group of engineers from SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, Airbus Netherlands and NASA has been working on installing the Dutch aerosol instrument SPEXone on NASA's PACE satellite. PACE will conduct measurements on oceans and aerosols to study the influence of particulates on the climate. It is scheduled for launch in 2024. On June 23, the last screw is tightened, which officially completes the integration.

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07:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Curiosity Captures Stunning Views of a Changing Mars Landscape - NASA

NASA's Curiosity Captures Stunning Views of a Changing Mars Landscape  NASAStunning Picture Reveals Weird 'Polygons' on Mars  VICECuriosity captures stunning views of a changing Mars landscape  Phys.orgNASA Mars Rover Snaps Flaky, Funky 'Scientifically Fascinating' Landscape  CNETCuriosity's Mastcam Views Layers at Las Claritas  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryView Full Coverage on Google News

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06:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA weighs Artemis 1 moon rocket's launch readiness after fueling success - Space.com

NASA weighs Artemis 1 moon rocket's launch readiness after fueling success  Space.comNASA SLS rocket launch rehearsal aborted at 29 seconds  Livescience.comNASA Moon rocket test met 90% of objectives  HT TechArtemis 1 Moon rocket succeeds in critical preflight test  InverseNASA looks into next steps ahead of Artemis launch  WKMG News 6 ClickOrlandoView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:12 Google news Sci/Tech New Life: NASA's InSight Mars Lander Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Science Operations - SciTechDaily

New Life: NASA's InSight Mars Lander Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Science Operations  SciTechDailyNASA's Dust-Choked InSight Lander Likely Won't Make It to the End of the Year  GizmodoNASA's Mars InSight lander will risk earlier shut down to squeeze out a little more science  Space.comNASA ignores InSight's battery woes in pursuit of data  The RegisterNASA Mars Lander Will Sacrifice Longevity for Science  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Dust-Choked InSight Lander Likely Won't Make It to the End of the Year - Gizmodo

NASA's Dust-Choked InSight Lander Likely Won't Make It to the End of the Year  GizmodoNew Life: NASA's InSight Mars Lander Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Science Operations  SciTechDailyNASA's Mars InSight lander will risk earlier shut down to squeeze out a little more science  Space.comNASA ignores InSight's battery woes in pursuit of data  The RegisterNASA Mars Lander Will Sacrifice Longevity for Science  CNETView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA managers mull mostly successful moon rocket test - CBS News

NASA managers mull mostly successful moon rocket test  CBS NewsNASA weighs Artemis 1 moon rocket's launch readiness after fueling success  Space.comNASA counts down to within 29 seconds of launching the large SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaNASA Moon rocket test met 90% of objectives  HT TechWhat We Know About NASA’s Supposedly ‘Successful’ Megarocket Launch Rehearsal  GizmodoView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:13 Phys.org NASA's Webb to uncover riches of the early universe

For decades, telescopes have helped us capture light from galaxies that formed as far back as 400 million years after the big bang—incredibly early in the context of the universe's 13.8-billion-year history. But what were galaxies like that existed even earlier, when the universe was semi-transparent at the beginning of a period known as the Era of Reionization? NASA's next flagship observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, is poised to add new riches to our wealth of knowledge not only by capturing images from galaxies that existed as early as the first few hundred million years after the big bang, but also by giving us detailed data known as spectra. With Webb's observations, researchers will be able to tell us about the makeup and composition of individual galaxies in the early universe for the first time.

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22.06.2022
20:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Voyager probes: 18 best pictures as 45-year journey nears its end - Business Insider

NASA Voyager probes: 18 best pictures as 45-year journey nears its end  Business InsiderNASA is starting to shut down the Voyager probes, which launched in 1977 and made it deeper into space than anything since  Yahoo! VoicesNASA to Power Down Voyage Probes: Here Are Their Best Space Photos  PetaPixelNASA to power down the mighty Voyager space probes  Boing BoingNASA's Voyager probes will start to shut down soon after nearly 45 years  Interesting EngineeringView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:02 LiveScience.com NASA suddenly aborts moon rocket test launch with 29 seconds on the clock

NASA aborted the 4th consecutive rehearsal launch of its powerful SLS rocket on Monday, citing a hydrogen leak.

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18:53 Google news Sci/Tech What We Know About NASA’s Supposedly ‘Successful’ Megarocket Launch Rehearsal - Gizmodo

What We Know About NASA’s Supposedly ‘Successful’ Megarocket Launch Rehearsal  GizmodoNASA counts down to within 29 seconds of launching the large SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaNASA Artemis Moon Rocket Fueling Test Is Partly Completed  The New York TimesMega moon rocket's latest trial results will determine final launch day to moon  CNNArtemis 1 Moon rocket succeeds in critical preflight test  InverseView Full Coverage on Google News

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17:34 TheRegister.co.uk NASA ignores InSight's battery woes in pursuit of data

Space boffins: Nevermind ekeing out the battery, let it go out in a blaze of glory! Pondering what services to switch off to keep your laptop going just that bit longer? NASA engineers can relate, having decided the Mars InSight lander will go out on a high: they plan to burn through the remaining power to keep the science flowing until the bitter end.…

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17:13 Phys.org NASA announces Artemis concept awards for nuclear power on moon

NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are working together to advance space nuclear technologies. The agencies have selected three design concept proposals for a fission surface power system design that could be ready to launch by the end of the decade for a demonstration on the moon. This technology would benefit future exploration under the Artemis umbrella.

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17:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's InSight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science – NASA's InSight Mars Lander - NASA Mars Exploration

NASA's InSight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science – NASA's InSight Mars Lander  NASA Mars ExplorationNASA's Mars InSight lander will risk earlier shut down to squeeze out a little more science  Space.comNASA Mars Lander Will Sacrifice Longevity for Science  CNETNASA's InSight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science  NASANASA InSight Mars lander to continue science work even as it nears end of life  The Indian ExpressView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:32 Google news Sci/Tech China aims to return Mars samples before joint NASA-European mission: report - Space.com

China aims to return Mars samples before joint NASA-European mission: report  Space.comChina says it will bring Mars samples back to Earth 2 years before NASA  Interesting EngineeringBeating NASA, China Set To Become 1st Country To Get Martian Sample Back On Earth — Chinese Expert  EurAsian TimesChina could bring first Mars samples to Earth before NASA  Digital TrendsChina planning to bring Mars sample to Earth before NASA, ESA joint mission  WIONView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:13 Technology.org NASA’s InSight Gets a Few Extra Weeks of Mars Science

The mission’s team has chosen to operate its seismometer longer than previously planned, although the lander will run

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10:03 Technology.org NASA Announces Artemis Concept Awards for Nuclear Power on Moon

NASA and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) are working together to advance space nuclear technologies. The agencies

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06:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Artemis I Moon Rocket Test: SLS Fully Fueled for First Time Despite Leak - SciTechDaily

NASA Artemis I Moon Rocket Test: SLS Fully Fueled for First Time Despite Leak  SciTechDailyNASA counts down to within 29 seconds of launching the large SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaMega moon rocket's latest trial results will determine final launch day to moon  CNNDress rehearsal for NASA's deep-space rocket cut short by mere seconds  The VergeNASA Artemis Moon Rocket Fueling Test Is Partly Completed  The New York TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:52 RT.com NASA wants nuclear reactors on the Moon

As part of NASA’s Artemis lunar project, the US is funding the design of small nuclear reactors that could power space exploration Read Full Article at RT.com

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00:22 Phys.org NASA sounding rocket mission seeks source of X-rays emanating from inner galaxy

To human eyes, the night sky between the stars appears dark, the void of space. But X-ray telescopes capture a profoundly different view. Like a distant fireworks show, our images of the X-ray sky reveal a universe blooming with activity. They hint at yet unknown cosmic eruptions coming from somewhere deeper into our galaxy.

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21.06.2022
23:53 Phys.org NASA's InSight gets a few extra weeks of Mars science

The mission's team has chosen to operate its seismometer longer than previously planned, although the lander will run out of power sooner as a result.

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22:32 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Announces Artemis Concept Awards for Nuclear Power on Moon - NASA

NASA Announces Artemis Concept Awards for Nuclear Power on Moon  NASANuclear Power on Moon: NASA Selects Design Concept for Fission Surface Power System  SciTechDailyNuclear power on the moon: Texas company wins NASA design program  KXAN.comNASA Will Spend $35 Million On A New Mission To Probe The Moon’s Mysterious Volcanoes  ForbesView Full Coverage on Google News

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22:12 RFI.fr NASA Moon rocket test met 90% of objectives

Known as the "wet dress rehearsal" because it involves loading liquid propellant, it is the final item to cross off the checklist before the Artemis-1 mission slated for this summer: an uncrewed lunar flight that will eventually be followed by Moon boots on the ground, likely no sooner than 2026. Teams at the Kennedy Space Center began their latest effort to complete the exercise on Saturday. Their objectives were to load propellant into the rocket's tanks, conduct a launch countdown and simulate contingency scenarios, then drain the tanks. Three previous bids, starting in March, were plagued by glitches and failed to fuel up the rocket with hundreds of thousands of gallons of supercooled liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen. On Monday, engineers finally succeeded in fully loading up the tanks. But they also encountered a new hydrogen leak issue they were unable to resolve. "I would say we're in the 90th percentile in terms of where we need to be overall," Artemis mission manager Mike

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21:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA counts down to within 29 seconds of launching the large SLS rocket - Ars Technica

NASA counts down to within 29 seconds of launching the large SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaArtemis moon rocket achieves milestones despite issues during critical prelaunch test  CNNNASA finally succeeds with its Artemis 1 wet launch test  EngadgetNASA Artemis I Moon Rocket Test: SLS Fully Fueled for First Time Despite Leak  SciTechDailyNASA Completes Wet Dress Rehearsal for Agency's Most Powerful Rocket—With One Hiccup  FLYINGView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:53 Phys.org NASA Moon rocket test met 90% of objectives

NASA's fourth attempt to complete a critical test of its Moon rocket achieved around 90 percent of its goals, but there's still no firm date for the behemoth's first flight, officials said Tuesday.

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20:42 NYT Science How Does NASA Get Back to the Moon? Practice, Practice, Practice.

The agency mostly completed a dress rehearsal of the fueling and countdown of its rocket, a crucial step before it can launch an uncrewed capsule around the moon.

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20:12 NYT Science How Does NASA Get Back to the Moon? Practice, Practice, Practice.

The agency mostly completed a dress rehearsal of the fueling and countdown of its rocket, a crucial step before it can launch an uncrewed capsule around the moon.

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18:34 TheRegister.co.uk NASA tricks Artemis launch computer by masking data showing a leak

Plus it aborts ISS reboost. Not the greatest start to the week, was it? NASA engineers had to work fast to avoid another leak affecting the latest Artemis dry run, just hours after an attempt to reboost the International Space Station (ISS) via the Cygnus freighter was aborted following a few short seconds.…

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18:12 Google news Sci/Tech China aims to bring Mars samples to Earth 2 years before NASA, ESA mission - SpaceNews

China aims to bring Mars samples to Earth 2 years before NASA, ESA mission  SpaceNewsBeating NASA, China Set To Become 1st Country To Get Martian Sample Back On Earth — Chinese Expert  EurAsian TimesView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:52 Google news Sci/Tech Voyager: NASA starts deactivating deep-space probes flying since 1977 - Business Insider

Voyager: NASA starts deactivating deep-space probes flying since 1977  Business InsiderNASA to kill the iconic Voyager 1, Voyager 2 deep in space, where no man has been before?  HT TechNASA to Shut Down One of Its Most Famous Projects  ComicBook.comNASA prepares to power-down Voyager spacecraft after 44 years  Daily MailNasa starts shutting down Voyager after 50 years  The IndependentView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:13 Phys.org Image: Hubble snaps globular cluster Terzan 9

This star-studded image shows the globular cluster Terzan 9 in the constellation Sagittarius, toward the center of the Milky Way. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope captured this glittering scene using its Wide Field Camera 3 and Advanced Camera for Surveys.

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12:32 ExtremeTech.com China Details Plans to Return Mars Samples Two Years Before NASA-ESA

Mars from Hubble: Astronomers took advantage of a rare close approach by Mars in 2001. When the Red Planet was just 43 million miles away, Hubble snapped this picture with the WFPC2. It has a surface resolution of just 10 miles. This is the best image we’ve gotten of Mars that didn’t involve sending a robot there. The proposed Tianwen-3 would have a simpler design than the NASA-ESA initiative, and it could result in pristine bits of Mars returning to Earth as soon as 2031.  The post China Details Plans to Return Mars Samples Two Years Before NASA-ESA appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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12:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission passes crucial fueling test despite leak - Space.com

NASA's Artemis 1 moon mission passes crucial fueling test despite leak  Space.comArtemis moon rocket achieves milestones despite issues during critical prelaunch test  CNNLive coverage: NASA runs another countdown rehearsal for SLS moon rocket – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowNASA fuels moon rocket for 1st time in countdown rehearsal  The Washington PostNASA finally fuels moon rocket on fourth attempt, but problems remain  CBS NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:43 Phys.org NASA fuels moon rocket for 1st time in countdown rehearsal

NASA fueled its huge moon rocket for the first time Monday and went ahead with a critical countdown test despite a fuel line leak.

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20.06.2022
19:04 TheRegister.co.uk NASA's SOFIA aircraft preps for final flights ahead of mission end

With operations deadline in September, team eager to squeeze more data out of infrared observatory The SOFIA aircraft has returned to New Zealand for a final time ahead of the mission's conclusion later this year.…

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06:33 Google news Sci/Tech This Week @NASA: Artemis I Moon Mission, Cosmic Cannibalism, Hypersonic Inflatable Aeroshell - SciTechDaily

This Week @NASA: Artemis I Moon Mission, Cosmic Cannibalism, Hypersonic Inflatable Aeroshell  SciTechDailyNASA tries again to complete moon rocket's practice countdown – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowNASA starts countdown for moon rocket's fourth fueling attempt  CBS NewsNASA begins fourth Artemis 1 rocket 'wet dress rehearsal' fueling test today  EngadgetNASA beginning its 4th go at crucial Artemis mission rocket test tonight  Digital TrendsView Full Coverage on Google News

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19.06.2022
22:33 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble Space Telescope starstruck by a globular cluster - Space.com

Hubble Space Telescope starstruck by a globular cluster  Space.com

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22:23 Google news Sci/Tech European Space Agency Releases Data on 2 Billion Stars - VOA Learning English

European Space Agency Releases Data on 2 Billion Stars  VOA Learning EnglishThe satellite set to reveal billions of Milky Way secrets  St George & Sutherland Shire LeaderScientists Are Building the Ultimate Milky Way Map. Here's What They Have So Far  CNETNewly-Observed 'Starquakes' Change Stars' Shapes  Popular MechanicsThis Week in Space: New Maps of 16 Psyche and the Milky Way Light Up the Sky  ExtremeTechView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:33 Google news Sci/Tech The Color of Space: A NASA Documentary Showcasing the Stories of Black Astronauts - NASA

The Color of Space: A NASA Documentary Showcasing the Stories of Black Astronauts  NASA'The Color of Space': Watch NASA's new documentary celebrating Black space explorers for Juneteenth  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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07:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA starts countdown for moon rocket's fourth fueling attempt - CBS News

NASA starts countdown for moon rocket's fourth fueling attempt  CBS NewsNASA begins fourth Artemis 1 rocket 'wet dress rehearsal' fueling test today  EngadgetNASA beginning its 4th go at crucial Artemis mission rocket test tonight  Digital TrendsThe Next Prelaunch Rehearsal Before Our Artemis I Moon Mission on This Week @NASA – June 17, 2022  NASANASA starting another Artemis 1 'wet dress rehearsal' try today  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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18.06.2022
23:22 Google news Sci/Tech Over a Million Miles per Hour: NASA's Chandra Catches Pulsar in X-Ray Speed Trap - SciTechDaily

Over a Million Miles per Hour: NASA's Chandra Catches Pulsar in X-Ray Speed Trap  SciTechDailyAt 1.4 Million Mph, Astronomers Detected One of The Fastest Cosmic Objects of Its Kind  ScienceAlertThis powerful pulsar is so young it might still be a teenager  Astronomy MagazineAstronomers find evidence for most powerful pulsar in distant galaxy  Phys.orgAstonishingly Bright “Super Crab” Pulsar Is So Young It's Practically A Teenager  IFLScienceView Full Coverage on Google News

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15:42 Google news Sci/Tech NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Observes Asteroid Bennu’s Boulder “Body Armor” - SciTechDaily

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Observes Asteroid Bennu’s Boulder “Body Armor”  SciTechDailyAn armoured asteroid? Yes, NASA says it exists and can reveal secrets of our solar system  HT TechNASA spacecraft observes asteroid Bennu's boulder 'body armor'  Phys.orgNASA Spacecraft Observes Asteroid Bennu's Boulder “Body Armor”  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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05:22 Google news Sci/Tech NASA assigns two astronauts to Starliner test flight - SpaceNews

NASA assigns two astronauts to Starliner test flight  SpaceNewsNASA Selects Two Daring Astronauts to Fly on Boeing's First Crewed Starliner Test Flight  GizmodoThese 2 NASA astronauts are Boeing Starliner's 1st crew  Space.comNASA revises crew for first piloted flight of Boeing's Starliner capsule  CBS NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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04:02 Google news Sci/Tech The Next Prelaunch Rehearsal Before Our Artemis I Moon Mission on This Week @NASA – June 17, 2022 - NASA

The Next Prelaunch Rehearsal Before Our Artemis I Moon Mission on This Week @NASA – June 17, 2022  NASANASA Set for Latest Megarocket Launch Rehearsal—and the Pressure Is On  GizmodoNASA gearing up for another try at Artemis 1 'wet dress'  Space.comNASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test  CNNNASA says it’s ready for a fourth attempt to fuel the massive SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaView Full Coverage on Google News

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17.06.2022
20:13 Google news Sci/Tech NASA spots ‘shiny metal foil’ on Mars in strange photo – can you solve the mystery? - New York Post

NASA spots ‘shiny metal foil’ on Mars in strange photo – can you solve the mystery?  New York Post NASA Rover Discovers Trash On Mars - IGN  IGNWhat's This Weird Balancing Rock on Mars?  GizmodoGravitas: Human trash found on Mars  WIONNasa rover sighting reignites fears about human space debris  The GuardianView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:33 Google news Sci/Tech The James Webb Space Telescope: Prepare for a New Way To See the Universe - SciTechDaily

The James Webb Space Telescope: Prepare for a New Way To See the Universe  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:03 Google news Sci/Tech These 2 NASA astronauts are Boeing Starliner's 1st crew - Space.com

These 2 NASA astronauts are Boeing Starliner's 1st crew  Space.comNASA Updates Astronaut Assignments for Boeing Starliner Test Flight  NASANASA revises crew for first piloted flight of Boeing's Starliner capsule  CBS NewsNASA assigns two astronauts to Starliner test flight  SpaceNewsUncrewed Boeing Starliner flight returns from ISS  Aerospace Testing InternationalView Full Coverage on Google News

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08:13 Technology.org NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments for Boeing Starliner Test Flight

NASA will fly two astronaut test pilots aboard the agency’s Boeing Crew Flight Test (CFT) mission to the

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04:03 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments for Boeing Starliner Test Flight - NASA

NASA Updates Astronaut Assignments for Boeing Starliner Test Flight  NASAThese 2 NASA astronauts are Boeing Starliner's 1st crew  Space.comNASA assigns two astronauts to Starliner test flight  SpaceNewsNASA revises crew for first piloted flight of Boeing's Starliner capsule  CBS NewsView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:43 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Rover Discovers Trash On Mars - IGN

NASA Rover Discovers Trash On Mars  IGNMars Perseverance Rover Adopts Pet Rock  NowThis NewsHumans Somehow Found A Way To Litter On Mars  HuffPostGravitas: Human trash found on Mars  WIONA NASA rover just found trash on Mars  MashableView Full Coverage on Google News

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00:03 Phys.org NASA spacecraft observes asteroid Bennu's boulder 'body armor'

Asteroid Bennu's boulder-covered surface gives it protection against small meteoroid impacts, according to observations of craters by NASA's OSIRIS-REx (Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer) spacecraft.

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00:03 Phys.org NASA completes critical testing milestone for NOAA's JPSS-2 satellite

The Joint Polar Satellite System-2 satellite, or JPSS-2, has cleared a critical testing milestone, bringing it a step closer to launch. Last week, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's polar-orbiting satellite emerged from the chamber after completing its thermal vacuum testing. This test is meant to show that the spacecraft and all of its instruments will perform successfully when exposed to the harsh environments of space.

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16.06.2022
21:22 ScienceMag.org News at a glance: Webb telescope dinged, U.S.-Russia research paused, and NASA’s UFO study

The latest in science and policy

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19:23 Phys.org NASA's ECOSTRESS sees Las Vegas streets turn up the heat

An instrument on the space station documented how built and natural surfaces responded to record heat in Las Vegas.

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18:52 Google news Sci/Tech NASA gearing up for another try at Artemis 1 'wet dress' - Space.com

NASA gearing up for another try at Artemis 1 'wet dress'  Space.comNASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test  CNNFourth SLS countdown test set for June 20  SpaceNewsNASA says it’s ready for a fourth attempt to fuel the massive SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaLatest Edition: June 15, 2022  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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18:50 ScienceDaily.com NASA telescope to help untangle galaxy growth, dark matter makeup

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will study wispy streams of stars that extend far beyond the apparent edges of many galaxies. Missions like the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes would have to patch together hundreds of small images to see these structures around nearby galaxies in full. Roman will do so in a single snapshot. Astronomers will use these observations to explore how galaxies grow and the nature of dark matter.

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16:53 Phys.org NASA's Chandra catches pulsar in X-ray speed trap

A young pulsar is blazing through the Milky Way at a speed of over a million miles per hour. This stellar speedster, witnessed by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, is one of the fastest objects of its kind ever seen. This result teaches astronomers more about how some of the bigger stars end their lives.

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16:53 Phys.org ESA sets out bold ambitions for space

ESA has put forward its ambitious plans for the next three years and beyond to increase European autonomy, leadership and responsibility in space.

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11:43 Technology.org Lasers, stars, and sensors will guide NASA’s Orion spacecraft

NASA’s Orion spacecraft will need more than your average GPS to navigate during Artemis missions to the Moon. Scientists have

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10:52 Google news Sci/Tech 'Unexpected': NASA Mars Rover Finds Shiny Foil Piece on a Rock - CNET

'Unexpected': NASA Mars Rover Finds Shiny Foil Piece on a Rock  CNETMars Perseverance Rover Adopts Pet Rock  NowThis NewsNASA Rover Perseverance Littered, Leaving Piece of Trash on Mars  The Daily BeastA NASA rover just found trash on Mars  MashablePerseverance Mars rover spies piece of its landing gear  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:22 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Rover Perseverance Littered, Leaving Piece of Trash on Mars - The Daily Beast

NASA Rover Perseverance Littered, Leaving Piece of Trash on Mars  The Daily BeastMars Perseverance Rover Adopts Pet Rock  NowThis NewsA NASA rover just found trash on Mars  MashablePerseverance Mars rover spies piece of its landing gear  Space.comNASA’s Perseverance Mars rover makes an unexpected find  Digital TrendsView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA's mega moon rocket will get another attempt at prelaunch test on Monday - CNN

NASA's mega moon rocket will get another attempt at prelaunch test on Monday  CNNNASA Schedules SLS Wet Dress Rehearsal… Again  FLYINGLatest Edition: June 15, 2022  NASAView Full Coverage on Google News

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15.06.2022
23:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test - CNN

NASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test  CNNNASA says it’s ready for a fourth attempt to fuel the massive SLS rocket  Ars TechnicaThis Week @NASA: Artemis I Mega Rocket, Europa Clipper Spacecraft, VIPER Moon Rover  SciTechDailyPhotos: Artemis 1 rocket hauled to launch pad for another countdown rehearsal – Spaceflight Now  Spaceflight NowView Full Coverage on Google News

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20:00 CNN NASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test

The Artemis I mega moon rocket will have a fourth attempt at a final prelaunch test beginning on Saturday, with loading of supercold propellant into the rocket scheduled for Monday. The test will air live on NASA's website.

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19:42 News24 World News24.com | NASA, ESA discuss sending first European to Moon

The European Space Agency and NASA talked up the prospect of putting the first European on the Moon, as they signed a deal strengthening collaboration for future lunar exploration.

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19:42 CNN Health NASA sets date for next go at mega moon rocket's crucial prelaunch test

The Artemis I mega moon rocket is ready for its fourth attempt at a final prelaunch test, according to an update from NASA officials on Wednesday.

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19:33 Phys.org NASA will fly your name around the moon on historic mission. Here's how to sign up

Space travel is clearly for astronauts and the super rich, but NASA has found a way the rest of us can claim our spot among the cosmos.

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19:03 Phys.org Citizen scientists and VR software lend new insights to NASA data

Swirling disks of gas and dust, the stuff that could one day form planets, surround young stars. Through NASA's Disk Detective program, citizen scientists—volunteers from the public—collaborate with professional scientists to help search for dusty disks around nearby stars, revealing clues to the early lives of stars and the ingredients of planets.

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18:23 Phys.org NASA, ESA discuss sending first European to moon

The European Space Agency and NASA on Wednesday talked up the prospect of putting the first European on the moon, as they signed a deal strengthening collaboration for future lunar exploration.

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18:22 Google news Sci/Tech NASA Discoveries Highlighted at American Astronomical Society Meeting - NASA

NASA Discoveries Highlighted at American Astronomical Society Meeting  NASA

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18:02 Google news Sci/Tech The James Webb Space Telescope is finally ready to do science – and it’s seeing the universe more clearly than even its own engineers hoped for - The Conversation

The James Webb Space Telescope is finally ready to do science – and it’s seeing the universe more clearly than even its own engineers hoped for  The ConversationNew Images from the James Webb Space Telescope Reveal More Information about Our Galaxy  The DebriefHow JWST's first science images will blow us all away  Big ThinkView Full Coverage on Google News

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16:03 Technology.org Thousands of Galaxies Shine in Ultraviolet Light in New Hubble Image

A new image from NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope is brimming with distant galaxies in various shapes. Some are

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12:53 Technology.org NASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Program

Sixteen scientists from the U.S., Europe, Canada, and Japan have been chosen to help future samples from the

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12:02 Google news Sci/Tech NASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Prog - NASA

NASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Prog  NASA16-member team to spearhead science when first samples from Mars arrive on Earth  India TodayNASA and ESA create 16-member Mars Sample Return Campaign Science group  The Indian ExpressNASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Program  NASA Jet Propulsion LaboratoryNASA, Partner Establish New Research Group for Mars Sample Return Program – NASA Mars Exploration  NASA Mars ExplorationView Full Coverage on Google News

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10:32 Google news Sci/Tech 'Black hole' wandering near our solar system detected by Hubble Space Telescope - KXAN.com

'Black hole' wandering near our solar system detected by Hubble Space Telescope  KXAN.comHubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy  CNNThere's a Black Hole in Our Galaxy With 7 Times More Mass Than the Sun  Popular MechanicsHubble Finds Phantom Imprint in Space Revealing Black Hole Roaming Our Milky Way Galaxy  SciTechDailyA celestial loner might be the first known rogue black hole  Science News MagazineView Full Coverage on Google News

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03:22 Google news Sci/Tech ‘Black hole’ wandering near our solar system detected by Hubble Space Telescope - KXAN.com

‘Black hole’ wandering near our solar system detected by Hubble Space Telescope  KXAN.comHubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy  CNNA celestial loner might be the first known rogue black hole  Science News MagazineThere's a Black Hole in Our Galaxy With 7 Times More Mass Than the Sun  Popular MechanicsHubble Finds Phantom Imprint in Space Revealing Black Hole Roaming Our Milky Way Galaxy  SciTechDailyView Full Coverage on Google News

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02:10 CNN Hubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy

For the first time, the Hubble Space Telescope has detected a lone object drifting through our Milky Way galaxy. Two different teams of astronomers have arrived at separate conclusions about the invisible, ghostly remains of this once-radiant star.

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14.06.2022
22:42 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble Finds Phantom Imprint in Space Revealing Black Hole Roaming Our Milky Way Galaxy - SciTechDaily

Hubble Finds Phantom Imprint in Space Revealing Black Hole Roaming Our Milky Way Galaxy  SciTechDailyHubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy  CNN‘Black hole’ wandering near our solar system detected by Hubble Space Telescope  KXAN.comA celestial loner might be the first known rogue black hole  Science News MagazineHubble spies what may be a rogue black hole just 5,000 light years away  SyfyView Full Coverage on Google News

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21:53 Phys.org NASA telescope to help untangle galaxy growth, dark matter makeup

NASA's Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope will study wispy streams of stars that extend far beyond the apparent edges of many galaxies. Missions like the Hubble and James Webb space telescopes would have to patch together hundreds of small images to see these structures around nearby galaxies in full. Roman will do so in a single snapshot. Astronomers will use these observations to explore how galaxies grow and the nature of dark matter.

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21:13 Phys.org Thousands of galaxies shine in ultraviolet light in new Hubble image

A new image from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is brimming with distant galaxies in an assortment of shapes. Some are seen face-on and appear oval or as disks or spirals, while others are seen edge-on and look more like cigars. The new image differs from past views of the same field of galaxies in that it now includes observations made in ultraviolet light.

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16:12 Google news Sci/Tech Hubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy - CNN

Hubble spies stellar 'ghost' wandering the Milky Way galaxy  CNNHubble spies what may be a rogue black hole just 5,000 light years away  SyfyA celestial loner might be the first known rogue black hole  Science News MagazineUC Berkeley astronomers discover potential free-floating black hole  Daily Californian'Dark' black hole wandering the Milky Way may be the smallest yet detected  Space.comView Full Coverage on Google News

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09:42 UniverseToday.Com ESA Gives Green Light on its Comet Interceptor Mission

Comets, with their long, beautiful, bright tails of ice, are some of the most spectacular sightings in the night sky. This was most apparent when Comet NEOWISE passed by Earth in the summer of 2020, dazzling viewers from all over the planet while being mainly visible in the northern hemisphere. While the sky might look … Continue reading "ESA Gives Green Light on its Comet Interceptor Mission" The post ESA Gives Green Light on its Comet Interceptor Mission appeared first on Universe Today.

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01:22 UniverseToday.Com After Three Months in Safe-Mode, NASA’s Maven Spacecraft Has Been Recovered

After a technical glitch that caused it to enter safe mode, NASA's MAVEN satellites is once again up and running and conducting science operations. The post After Three Months in Safe-Mode, NASA’s Maven Spacecraft Has Been Recovered appeared first on Universe Today.

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