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Mr. Sun Is Ready for His Close-Up
A new telescope in Hawaii takes aim at our nearest star and its mysteries.
24 minutes ago
New York Times Space
Mr. Sun Is Ready for His Close-Up
Space.com News
The odds of a NASA, US military satellite crash above Pittsburgh have gone up. (They're still low.)
The odds of a space-junk crash Wednesday evening (Jan.29) aren't as slim as we had thought, it turns out.
1 hour ago
Space.com News
The odds of a NASA, US military satellite crash above Pittsburgh have gone up. (They're still low.)
Crew Works Human Research, CubeSats and Gears Up for Spaceship Departures
The Expedition 61 crew's schedule was packed today as they researched space biology and packed a pair of spaceships for departure. Wednesday morning also saw the deployment of an experimental satellite outside the International Space Station. Blood draws and eye checks are part of the crew's regimen ...
3 hours ago
NASA Space Station
Crew Works Human Research, CubeSats and Gears Up for Spaceship Departures
Space.com News
'Assembler' robots could build solar arrays and more on the moon
Could robots help power NASA's quest to return humans to the moon?
3 hours ago
Space.com News
'Assembler' robots could build solar arrays and more on the moon
Space.com News
Voyager 2 just missed a spin in interstellar space. But it should be fine, NASA says.
NASA's venerable Voyager 2 spacecraft is recovering from a glitch, but engineers are confident that the probe will be back to normal science operations soon, the agency said.
4 hours ago
Space.com News
Voyager 2 just missed a spin in interstellar space. But it should be fine, NASA says.
Space.com News
'Vampire' star sparks brilliant 'super-outburst' while gorging on its neighbor
This rare finding was made by "accident," according to the research team that found the super-outburst.
5 hours ago
Space.com News
'Vampire' star sparks brilliant 'super-outburst' while gorging on its neighbor
Space super-storm likelihood estimated from longest period of magnetic field observations
A 'great' space weather super-storm large enough to cause significant disruption to our electronic and networked systems occurred on average once in every 25 years according to a new study.
6 hours ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Space super-storm likelihood estimated from longest period of magnetic field observations
Space.com News
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope may miss March 2021 launch, GAO report says
NASA's much-delayed space telescope just got a scathing report card from a government agency.
6 hours ago
Space.com News
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope may miss March 2021 launch, GAO report says
SpaceX successfully launches its fourth batch of internet-beaming Starlink satellites
Update January 29th, 10:10AM ET: SpaceX successfully launched its Falcon 9 rocket on time this morning, deploying all 60 satellites into orbit. The rocket also performed another landing on the company's drone ship in the Atlantic after launch. While SpaceX did catch one half of the rocket's fairing, ...
6 hours ago
Space - The Verge
SpaceX successfully launches its fourth batch of internet-beaming Starlink satellites
Space.com News
SpaceX launches 60 new Starlink satellites, sticks rocket landing at sea
SpaceX successfully launched its fourth batch of Starlink satellites into orbit and nailed a rocket landing today (Jan. 29) following days of weather delays for the mission.
7 hours ago
Space.com News
SpaceX launches 60 new Starlink satellites, sticks rocket landing at sea
Meteorite chunk contains unexpected evidence of presolar grains
An unusual chunk in a meteorite may contain a surprising bit of space history. Presolar grains -- tiny bits of solid interstellar material formed before the sun was born -- are sometimes found in primitive meteorites. But a new analysis reveals evidence of presolar grains in part of a meteorite where ...
7 hours ago
Science Daily Astronomy
Meteorite chunk contains unexpected evidence of presolar grains
NASA's next big space observatory will likely miss its target launch date – again
NASA's next big space observatory " the James Webb Space Telescope " probably won't launch in March 2021, potentially creating added costs for the long-delayed and over-budget program. Unforeseen technical problems are prolonging the process of finishing up the telescope, making it increasingly ...
22 hours ago
Space - The Verge
NASA's next big space observatory will likely miss its target launch date – again
Ultra-Cold Science, CubeSats and Spaceship Departures Coming Up
Ultra-cold science and nanosatellites kept the Expedition 61 crew busy on Tuesday while the International Space Station is getting ready for the departure of a cargo craft and crew ship. The Cold Atom Lab (CAL) enables research into the quantum effects of gases chilled to nearly absolute zero, which ...
23 hours ago
NASA Space Station
Ultra-Cold Science, CubeSats and Spaceship Departures Coming Up
NASA, Partners Name Ocean Studying Satellite for Noted Earth Scientist
The joint U.S.-European mission to study the effects of global warming on the oceans, has a new name to honor NASA's Michael Freilich.
1 day ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA, Partners Name Ocean Studying Satellite for Noted Earth Scientist
Voyager 2 Engineers Working to Restore Normal Operations
The spacecraft's science instruments were turned off by a fault protection routine, which allows the spacecraft to automatically take actions to protect itself.
1 day ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Voyager 2 Engineers Working to Restore Normal Operations
Here's how robots could repair or dispose of broken satellites in orbit
These days, building and launching your own satellite means creating a sophisticated piece of technology " and then flinging it into space where you"ll never see it again. That means if anything breaks on the satellite, there's not much you can do to fix it. "Once you launch a mission, as soon ...
1 day ago
Space - The Verge
Here's how robots could repair or dispose of broken satellites in orbit
Irvine School Wins Regional Science Bowl at JPL Third Year in a Row
High school teams had mere seconds to answer complex science and math questions in in the regional round of the National Science Bowl.
2 days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Irvine School Wins Regional Science Bowl at JPL Third Year in a Row
Tarantula Nebula Spins Web of Mystery in Spitzer Image
This spidery cloud of gas and dust is home to seveal fascinating features. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope first observed the region in 2003, again in 2019, and many times in between.
2 days ago
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Tarantula Nebula Spins Web of Mystery in Spitzer Image
Science Soon Resumes on Cosmic Ray Detector, Crew Packs Cargo Ship for Departure
Engineers on the ground have begun powering up the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer's (AMS) thermal system following a successful repair spacewalk over the weekend. The Expedition 61 astronauts are now preparing a U.S. cargo craft for its departure at the end of the week. It took four spacewalks over three ...
2 days ago
NASA Space Station
Science Soon Resumes on Cosmic Ray Detector, Crew Packs Cargo Ship for Departure
Alone on a Mountaintop, Awaiting a Very Hard Rain
Decades ago, Armenian scientists built a high-elevation trap to catch and study cosmic rays. Physics has mostly moved on, but the station persists – a ghost observatory with a skeleton crew.
2 days ago
New York Times Space
Alone on a Mountaintop, Awaiting a Very Hard Rain
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