Space

A Photographer Recorded Saturn 'touching' The Moon With His Smartphone, And The Pictures Are...

Planets and moons line up and "touch" in the night sky during astronomical events called conjunctions. When the moon eclipsed Saturn in March, Grant Petersen, a South African astrophotographer, was ready. Petersen used his telescope, a smartphone,...
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High-resolution Pixel 3a Leak Reveals The Design Of Google’s Next Phone

Much like the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Fold before it, Google's Pixel 3a appears to have leaked in full ahead of its unveiling next month. On Wednesday morning, VentureBeat's Evan Blass piled on with a leak of his own -- a high-resolution Pixel 3a...
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Nasa's Aqua Satellite Catches Tropical Cyclone Lorna Organizing

Visible satellite imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite revealed the recently formed Tropical Storm Lorna was getting organized in the Southeastern Indian Ocean.
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How Would You Survive On Mars?

The Resilient ExtraTerrestrial Habitats Institute is working to ensure that the first long-term settlement on other planetary bodies are safe from hazards such as a meteoroid colliding with the moon or violent sandstorms on Mars.
Related topics: Mars, Moon

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Hubble Space Telescope Celebrates Its 29th Year In Orbit With A Never-before-seen Photo

Twenty-nine years ago today, on April 24, 1990, NASA launched its brand-new Hubble Space Telescope into orbit around Earth. Since then, it's been consistent in giving us stunning pictures and data from outer space, having made hundreds of thousands...
Related topics: Telescopes, Hubble Space Telescope, Science Photos, NASA

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'mars Quake': Here's What The first Tremor On The Red Planet Sounds Like

The first "Marsquake" has been detected. The finding "officially kicks off a new field: Martian seismology!," said Bruce Banerdt of NASA.        
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Nasa Chief Criticized For Mentioning Christianity In Speech

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the First Amendment. Or maybe, after the spat over a speech by NASA’s Jim Bridenstine, it does. Thanks to the double standards of secularism, public officials can’t even talk...
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Marsquakes! (well, One So Far)

We know surprisingly little about seismicity (on Earth it would be earthquakes) on other planets. Although we have done a little seismology on the Moon, both "listening" for natural temblors or creating our own, beyond that, we haven't had much...
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By: Martin Epstein

“Geosynchronous orbits, popular with communications satellites, must be exactly 42,164km from the centre of the Earth. But satellites that far out share more than 22bn sq km of space” Communication satellites usually orbit directly above...
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The Thanos Snap For Real: Let's Remove Humans From Half Of Earth

Don't worry, this post is free of Avengers: Endgame spoilers. Avengers: Endgame hits theaters this week, which means we're about to find out how Earth's greatest superheroes can reverse the destructive actions of the galaxy's most misguided...
Related topics: Galaxies

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Nasa Examines Tropical Cyclone Kenneth In Infrared Light

The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder or AIRS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Tropical Cyclone Kenneth and analyzed the storm in infrared light.
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Nasa Detected Possible Earthquakes On Mars And Scientists Are Thrilled

Move over, geologists: there's a new field of scientific study in town. NASA's InSight spacecraft detected a potential earthquake on Mars earlier this month, and scientists are rejoicing over the discovery of the "marsquake." "We've been collecting b
Related topics: NASA, Earthquakes, Mars, Geology, Spacecrafts, Scientific Discoveries

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Nasa's Insight Detects First Likely 'quake' On Mars

NASA's Mars InSight lander has measured and recorded for the first time ever a likely 'marsquake'. This is the first recorded trembling that appears to have come from inside the planet, as opposed to being caused by forces above the surface, such as...
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Talking Black Holes With Astrophysicist Katie Mack

One of astronomy’s great explainers tells you about the Event Horizon Telescope’s image and plenty more -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
Related topics: Black Holes, Astrophysics, Telescopes

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China To Build Moon Station In 'about 10 Years'

Beijing plans to send a manned mission to the moon and to build a research station there within the next decade, state media reported Wednesday, citing a top space official.
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Image: New Comet Viewer

From a distance of five million kilometres to within 20 metres, ESA's Rosetta spacecraft captured images of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko from all angles.
Related topics: Comets, European Space Agency, Spacecrafts

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Nasa’s Insight Lander Captures First Audio Of ‘marsquake’

NASA’s Mars InSight lander has captured the first recorded “marsquake.” A faint signal, detected by its Seismic Experiment for Interior Structures (SEIS) instrument, was recorded on April 6—the lander’s 128th Martian day....
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Thanks To The Nasa Insight Probe (and British Tools) You Can Now Listen To The Sound Of A Martian...

Astroboffins rejoice over tiny rumblings underground Video  NASA’s InSight lander has detected seismic waves on Mars for the first time and the space agency is letting everyone else listen in too.…
Related topics: NASA, Earthquakes, Science Videos, Mars

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16 Signs We're In The Middle Of A 6th Mass Extinction

The planet is undergoing a sixth mass extinction: the sixth time in the history of life on Earth that global fauna has experienced a major collapse in numbers. Historically, mass extinctions have been caused by catastrophic events like asteroid...
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Nasa Gavin Schmidt: Personal Climate Change Sacrifices “doesn’t Actually Change Very Much”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to NASA’s Gavin Schmidt, making personal lifestyle changes has very little impact on anthropogenic CO2 emissions. These Scientists Are Radically Changing How They Live To Cope With Climate Change When the...
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