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NASA's Osiris-Rex Selects Target Asteroid Landing Site
The spacecraft spent a year mapping Bennu's rugged terrain, and next year it will touch down on the surface to collect a sample.
6 hours ago
New York Times Space
NASA's Osiris-Rex Selects Target Asteroid Landing Site
Space.com News
It's No Lark: NASA Asteroid Mission Picks 'Nightingale' As Sampling Site
We now know where NASA's first asteroid sample-return mission aims to snag its otherworldly stuff.
9 hours ago
Space.com News
It's No Lark: NASA Asteroid Mission Picks 'Nightingale' As Sampling Site
Space.com News
Boeing's Starliner Astronaut Taxi Is 'Go' for Launch on Dec. 20
Boeing's CST-100 Starliner spacecraft is ready to deliver holiday presents on its inaugural trip to the International Space Station.
10 hours ago
Space.com News
Boeing's Starliner Astronaut Taxi Is 'Go' for Launch on Dec. 20
Space.com News
How to See Friday Night's Geminid Meteor Shower, Despite the Moonshine
So far, 2019 has been a disaster if you are an enthusiastic watcher of "shooting stars."
10 hours ago
Space.com News
How to See Friday Night's Geminid Meteor Shower, Despite the Moonshine
NASA picks the asteroid crater its spacecraft will steal rocks from next summer
Next year, NASA plans to scoop up a small batch of dirt from an asteroid named Bennu, located millions of miles from Earth " and now the agency knows which part of the space rock it's going to steal from. Today, the space agency announced that one of its spacecraft will attempt to grab some particles ...
11 hours ago
Space - The Verge
NASA picks the asteroid crater its spacecraft will steal rocks from next summer
Space.com News
Rocket Lab Opens US Launch Site for Small Satellite Missions
Rocket Lab officially opened its new U.S. launch site for business today (Dec. 12) and the U.S. Air Force will be the company's first customer to fly from the complex.
12 hours ago
Space.com News
Rocket Lab Opens US Launch Site for Small Satellite Missions
NASA's Juno Navigators Enable Jupiter Cyclone Discovery
When the Juno team maneuvered the spacecraft to avoid a mission-ending eclipse, they paved the way for it to discover a new cyclone at Jupiter's south pole.
12 hours ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA's Juno Navigators Enable Jupiter Cyclone Discovery
Space.com News
Watch Live Friday: Hubble Experts Talk Interstellar Comet Borisov
Hubble scientists will discuss the interstellar comet Borisov in a series of interviews that will stream live on NASA TV from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST (1100-1700 GMT). Watch it live here!
12 hours ago
Space.com News
Watch Live Friday: Hubble Experts Talk Interstellar Comet Borisov
Space.com News
Life on Mars? Europe Commits to Groundbreaking Mission to Bring Back Rocks to Earth
It will be one of the most daunting, complicated and, potentially, scientifically rewarding missions ever undertaken to the red planet.
12 hours ago
Space.com News
Life on Mars? Europe Commits to Groundbreaking Mission to Bring Back Rocks to Earth
U.S. Crew Ship Launch Plans Proceed; Mind and Body Research on Station
NASA and Boeing are proceeding with plans for Boeing's Orbital Flight Test following a full day of briefings and a Flight Readiness Review that took place at the Kennedy Space Center. Launch of the CST-100 Starliner spacecraft atop a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket is scheduled for 6:36 a.m. EST ...
13 hours ago
NASA Space Station
U.S. Crew Ship Launch Plans Proceed; Mind and Body Research on Station
First identified comet to visit our solar system from another star
Comet 2I/Borisov is a mysterious visitor from the depths of space -- the first identified comet to arrive here from another star. Hubble images capture the comet streaking though our solar system and on its way back to interstellar space. It's only the second interstellar object known to have passed ...
13 hours ago
Science Daily Astronomy
First identified comet to visit our solar system from another star
Rocket Lab's second launch site is now complete, with its first mission set for next year
Small satellite launcher Rocket Lab unveiled the company's second launch site this morning " a just-finished pad built at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport on Wallops Island in Virginia. Dubbed Launch Complex 2, the location will be used along with Rocket Lab's primary launch site in New Zealand ...
16 hours ago
Space - The Verge
Rocket Lab's second launch site is now complete, with its first mission set for next year
Newfound Martian aurora actually the most common; sheds light on Mars' changing climate
A type of Martian aurora first identified by NASA's MAVEN spacecraft in 2016 is actually the most common form of aurora occurring on the Red Planet, according to new results from the mission. The aurora is known as a proton aurora and can help scientists track water loss from Mars' atmosphere.
16 hours ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Newfound Martian aurora actually the most common; sheds light on Mars' changing climate
Planet-mass objects in extragalactic systems
A research group is reporting the detection of extragalactic planet-mass objects in a second and third galaxy beyond the Milky Way after the first detection in 2018. With the existing observational resources, it is impossible to directly detect planet-mass objects beyond the Milky Way and to measure ...
17 hours ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Planet-mass objects in extragalactic systems
This decade in Elon
SpaceX, Tesla, Neuralink, the Boring Company... and, of course, that Twitter account As the decade has gone on, the occurrence of Elon Musk events has increased, and a brief glance back at the timeline shows this isn't just a psychological phenomenon: Elon really is Elonning more often. Cast ...
19 hours ago
Space - The Verge
This decade in Elon
The Return to Venus and What It Means for Earth
Why NASA scientists want to go (back) to this most inhospitable planet.
1 day ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
The Return to Venus and What It Means for Earth
Wide Range of Space Research Keeping Crew Busy Today
The International Space Station is a hive of science activity today as the Expedition 61 crew and mission controllers initiate a variety of space research. Inside the orbiting lab, mice are being scanned to study how their bones change in microgravity. Astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch placed ...
1 day ago
NASA Space Station
Wide Range of Space Research Keeping Crew Busy Today
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight
Astronomers have spotted the light of a massive galaxy seen only 970 million years after the Big Bang. This galaxy, called MAMBO-9, is the most distant dusty star-forming galaxy that has ever been observed without the help of a gravitational lens.
1 day ago
Science Daily Astronomy
ALMA spots most distant dusty galaxy hidden in plain sight
The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays
This weekend an ice cube from beyond our solar system made its closest approach to the sun, trailing mystery and dust.
1 day ago
New York Times Space
The Interstellar Comet Has Arrived in Time for the Holidays
This was the decade the commercial spaceflight industry leapt forward
Led by SpaceX, there's been a paradigm shift in the business of space Two years into the decade, on May 25th, 2012, a small teardrop-shaped capsule arrived at the International Space Station, packed with cargo and supplies for the crew living on board. Its resupply mission at the ISS wasn't remarkable, ...
1 day ago
Space - The Verge
This was the decade the commercial spaceflight industry leapt forward
Space Force may finally become real – but it won't be an overhaul
President Trump's long trumpeted pet project, the creation of a new branch of the military called the Space Force, is now finally on the cusp of becoming a reality, thanks to a new bill that may be voted on today by Congress. If it does go into effect, the bill will stand up a Space Force that is ...
1 day ago
Space - The Verge
Space Force may finally become real – but it won't be an overhaul
Water common -- yet scarce -- in exoplanets
The most extensive survey of atmospheric chemical compositions of exoplanets to date has revealed trends that challenge current theories of planet formation and has implications for the search for water in the solar system and beyond.
1 day ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Water common -- yet scarce -- in exoplanets
Blue Origin successfully launches and lands its New Shepard rocket during 12th overall test flight
Update December 11th, 1:10PM ET: Blue Origin successfully launched its New Shepard rocket just before at 12:53PM ET on December 11th. The vehicle flew to a height of 343,061 feet, or nearly 65 miles above Earth. Both the rocket and the capsule successfully landed in West Texas following the launch. ...
1 day ago
Space - The Verge
Blue Origin successfully launches and lands its New Shepard rocket during 12th overall test flight
Advanced Biology Research Taking Place on Station Today
Advanced space research is in full gear aboard the International Space Station today. The Expedition 61 crew is activating new science gear and continuing long-running experiments to benefit humans on and off the Earth. Rodents delivered aboard the SpaceX Dragon resupply ship are now being housed inside ...
2 days ago
NASA Space Station
Advanced Biology Research Taking Place on Station Today
Greenland's Rapid Melt Will Mean More Flooding
A new study finds the Greenland Ice Sheet is melting at a rate that matches the worst-case climate models, which project that flooding will affect millions of people by 2100.
2 days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Greenland's Rapid Melt Will Mean More Flooding
NASA's Treasure Map for Water Ice on Mars
A new study identifies frozen water just below the Martian surface, where astronauts could easily dig it up.
2 days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA's Treasure Map for Water Ice on Mars
Two Rovers to Roll on Mars Again: Curiosity and Mars 2020
They look like twins. But under the hood, the rover currently exploring the Red Planet and the one launching there this summer have distinct science tools and roles to play.
2 days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Two Rovers to Roll on Mars Again: Curiosity and Mars 2020
Ice in motion: Satellites capture decades of change
New time-lapse videos of Earth's glaciers and ice sheets as seen from space -- some spanning nearly 50 years -- are providing scientists with new insights into how the planet's frozen regions are changing.
2 days ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Ice in motion: Satellites capture decades of change
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