In this week’s viewing: Back from Worldcon, it’s two weeks for the price of one!
TThe Dawn mission’s latest images provide more clues about Ceres’ mysterious white spots
The Plank mission’s imaging of the cosmic background radiation confirms that our universe is “almost perfect”
Geez, doesn’t Io have enough volcanoes already?
While we’re not finding too many “Earths”, we sure are finding some strange planets
Eta Carinae sets a galactic speed record
You put your one asteroid in, you put your other asteroid in and you circle all about, you do the astro polky and turn yourself about, that’s what it’s all about!
A great piece of detective work confirms a long held theory
Cosmic Walnuts Attack the Moon (where’s Space Force when you need it?)
In this week’s viewing: The last of the July premieres is happening in August somehow, and finally the full lineup all at once!
They should probably name this planet “Solo” – what else would you name a rogue with magnetism?
NASA’s astronaut selection for commercial crew vehicles, live at 11.
Hmmm. Deliberately pointing an asteroid at Earth and slowing it down so that it can be landed? Is anyone selling insurance for this?
In space, no one can hear you ask for an extension cord.
Where did NASA come from and why was it established? Learn that and more in this 60th anniversary video.
Wasn’t that a chart topping song by Elton John? “Black hole and the jets…”
4,200 photos were submitted for the contest. These are the best.
Microsats and “meteor pellets”. Japanese firm shooting for shows by 2020.
To date, we have only studied about 16 percent of the moon rocks taken during the Apollo missions. NASA’s Apollo curator keeps them for future generations. Source: Most Of NASA’s Moon Rocks Remain Untouched By […]
79 and counting….
A dozen promising anti-aging technologies that seem to work – for dogs, mice and fruit flies
Autonomous rovers are likely to catch far more science than ground-controlled rovers
Airbus will be helping to return Martian soil samples to Earth
Asgardia, the world’s first space kingdom, and its founder
Great Filters may be responsible for our galactic “desert”
We think Chuck Tingle ought to look into this….
New research suggests that Ross 128 b could harbor life
Israeli’s on the Moon!
109P Swift-Tuttle Rides Again!
A virtual reality tour of a Martian colony is planned for the Goodwood Festival