A dwarf galaxy penetrated the Milky Way hundreds of millions of years ago....
No, of course this has nothing to do with the previous post....
Still cold, but warming towards progress
Yes. Regardless of the exposition, yes.
Rock climbers have a glorious future ahead of the. Argo Chasma is over 400 miles long and more than five miles deep.
And you thought it was exciting when they discovered twisted rings....
Decades from now, Mars colonists will have nicknamed Curiosity "Old Man"....
Imaging (yes, direct viewing) of exoplanets reveals that our solar system is "not like the others"
Here's a primer for what it may take to establish a base on Mars
Yeah Baby! Mammals been rocking the planet for a lot longer than we acknowledge
Six thousand five hundred years ago, a high-energy photon was born in the Crab Nebula (remnant of a supernova observed by Chinese astronomers); today it reached Earth
Take a look at the most intense star-forming region of the cosmos
Well, at least they've solved the emergency coolant issue
Not to be a downer, but "working in space, on the Moon, maybe Mars" was something I heard when I was growing up. Who knows, maybe it will really happen this time.
Teegarden b may be the "tea garden" of exoplanets
Precise timing and positioning is critical to deep space missions.
Physicists are using "sonic" black holes to test Hawking's theory. These holes trap sound waves. I'm guessing they never read Clarke's Silence Please
Some have previously said that sentience is a way for the universe to know itself. Maybe that's why the cosmic web resembles a network of neurons
Maybe this is how Atlantis was created
Was Sagan wrong? Instead of "star stuff", we're "black hole stuff"?
I wonder if there's a half-melted obelisk marking the location to an underground vault where the remnants of an alien civilization can be found, there
Exoplanet discoveries suggest that there's more than one way for planets to form
...or maybe we're all anti-matter and its matter that is missing (that's silly, I know)
Wonderful. Guidelines for ethical AIs that tell people and companies what to do and not do. But note that none of these rules tell an AI what it can and can't do.
Exoplanets, Exosuns, exocomets, gettin a little tired of this "exo" thing....
Awww, what a cute little....yowch!
Well, that sure is a different take on the subject
Yes, and we'll name it "Little David" and we can use it to throw rocks at Earth during the Lunar Revolution!
How'd that get there?