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Much Needed Lift, as Israel’s Spacecom Switches on New Satellite

Much Needed Lift, as Israel’s Spacecom Switches on New Satellite

Big milestone after losing two satellites in past two years.
Much Needed Lift, as Israel’s Spacecom Switches on New Satellite

Much Needed Lift, as Israel’s Spacecom Switches on New Satellite

Big milestone after losing two satellites in past two years.
SpaceX Will Go for Another Satellite Launch With Space Communications After Prior Disaster

SpaceX Will Go for Another Satellite Launch With Space Communications After Prior Disaster

The first launch is scheduled for 2019 and it is set to operate for 19 years.
SpaceX Will Go for Another Satellite Launch With Space Communications After Prior Disaster

SpaceX Will Go for Another Satellite Launch With Space Communications After Prior Disaster

The first launch is scheduled for 2019 and it is set to operate for 19 years.

Sunscreen 'snow' falls on scorching-hot alien planet

The weirdness of exoplanets continues to amaze.
Oceans on Jupiter? Gas giants might start out as 'steam worlds'

Oceans on Jupiter? Gas giants might start out as 'steam worlds'

Jupiter may not always have been a big ball of hydrogen and helium.

Oldest spiral galaxy ever seen may reveal secrets about the Milky Way

Astronomers have uncovered an ancient cosmic artifact 11 billion light-years from Earth: the oldest spiral galaxy ever seen.

Oldest spiral galaxy ever seen may reveal secrets about the Milky Way

Astronomers have uncovered an ancient cosmic artifact 11 billion light-years from Earth: the oldest spiral galaxy ever seen.
First cat in space to receive a proper memorial

First cat in space to receive a proper memorial

When it comes to animals that heroically blasted off into space during the space race, names like Laika the dog or Ham the chimpanzee are probably the first that come to mind.
How vintage rocket tech could be NASA's ticket to Mars and beyond

How vintage rocket tech could be NASA's ticket to Mars and beyond

Dangerous radiation. Overstuffed pantries. Cabin fever. NASA could sidestep many of the impediments to a Mars mission if they could just get there faster. But sluggish chemical rockets aren't cutting
How vintage rocket tech could be NASA's ticket to Mars and beyond

How vintage rocket tech could be NASA's ticket to Mars and beyond

Dangerous radiation. Overstuffed pantries. Cabin fever. NASA could sidestep many of the impediments to a Mars mission if they could just get there faster. But sluggish chemical rockets aren't cutting
Dinosaur-killing space rock created dramatic temperature drop

Dinosaur-killing space rock created dramatic temperature drop

Dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops became extinct about 66 million years ago, after an asteroid strike resulted in plunging temperatures.
Dwarf planet Ceres may have had a global ocean in ancient past

Dwarf planet Ceres may have had a global ocean in ancient past

Nestled in the asteroid belt, the dwarf planet Ceres contains water-rich materials that suggest it once boasted a global ocean in its distant past.
Earthbound antimatter mystery deepens after scientists rule out pulsar source

Earthbound antimatter mystery deepens after scientists rule out pulsar source

More antimatter particles stream toward Earth than scientists can explain — and new research from a mountaintop observatory in central Mexico deepens the mystery by crossing off one possible source.
Apollo astronaut watch, stolen in Ecuador, recovered 30 years later

Apollo astronaut watch, stolen in Ecuador, recovered 30 years later

A NASA astronaut's wristwatch worn aboard the first Apollo mission in 1968 has been returned to the Smithsonian, nearly three decades after it was stolen from a museum in Ecuador.
Apollo astronaut watch, stolen in Ecuador, recovered 30 years later

Apollo astronaut watch, stolen in Ecuador, recovered 30 years later

A NASA astronaut's wristwatch worn aboard the first Apollo mission in 1968 has been returned to the Smithsonian, nearly three decades after it was stolen from a museum in Ecuador.
Wow! 1st interstellar asteroid is a spinning space cigar

Wow! 1st interstellar asteroid is a spinning space cigar

When astronomers using the Pan-STARRS1 telescope in Hawaii spotted a mysterious object dashing through our solar system on Oct. 19, they immediately knew it was something special.
The weird dark streaks on Mars may not be flowing water after all

The weird dark streaks on Mars may not be flowing water after all

Bad news for microbes that want to make a home on Mars: A new study argues that dark streaks on the Martian surface are not caused by underground supplies of liquid water.
Losing darkness: Satellite data shows global light pollution on the rise

Losing darkness: Satellite data shows global light pollution on the rise

Around the globe, in both developed and developing nations, Earth's night skies are being filled with artificial light more and more each year, according to a new study.
Little green men? Pulsars presented a mystery 50 years ago

Little green men? Pulsars presented a mystery 50 years ago

Fifty years ago this month, a small group of astronomers made a revolutionary cosmic discovery — explaining a phenomenon that they initially thought might come from an intelligent alien civilization.