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Air Force Missile Warning SBIRS GEO 3 Satellite Set for Spectacular Night Liftoff Jan. 19; 1st 2017 Cape Launch-Watch Live  

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL - A U.S. Air Force satellite that will provide vital early warnings on incoming enemy missiles that are critical to the defense of our homeland is set for a spectacular nighttime blastoff on Thursday Jan. 19 from the Florida Space Coast. The post Air Force Missile Warning SBIRS GEO 3 Satellite Set for Spectacular Night Liftoff Jan. 19; 1st 2017 Cape Launch-Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-19 02:54:38
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New NASA-themed TV Pilot by ‘The Martian’ Author Andy Weir  

Author Andy Weir, who wrote the bestselling novel "The Martian" on which the successful 2015 movie of the same name was based, announced CBS is picking up his idea for a new pilot for a television show called "Mission Control." "For the past several months, I've been working on a TV show pilot, and I'm […] The post New NASA-themed TV Pilot by ‘The Martian’ Author Andy Weir appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-18 21:04:28
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What Was the Carrington Event?  

In 1859, the Sun gave off the most powerful solar flare on record. A blast of radiation and particles so strong it fried electrical wires and set telegraph towers on fire. What would happen if a solar storm of this magnitude happened today? It would be a very bad day indeed. The post What Was the Carrington Event? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-18 01:54:12
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Some Earth Life is Ready to Live on Mars, Right Now  

A new study from a team of researchers from the University of Arkansas shows that certain types of microorganisms could survive on Mars, helping to narrow the search for life there. The post Some Earth Life is Ready to Live on Mars, Right Now appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-17 16:05:07
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Who was Max Planck?  

Imagine if you will that your name would forever be associated with a groundbreaking scientific theory. Imagine also that your name would even be attached to a series of units, designed to performs measurements for complex equations. Now imagine that you were German who lived through two World Wars, won the Nobel Prize for physics, […] The post Who was Max Planck? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-17 08:35:54
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Messier 32 – the “Le Gentil” Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy  

Located in the direction of the Andromeda Constellation is the dwarf elliptical galaxy known as "Le Gentil" (or Messier 32), which is a satellite galaxy of the Andromeda Galaxy. The post Messier 32 – the “Le Gentil” Dwarf Elliptical Galaxy appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-16 19:30:52
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Last Man on the Moon, Gene Cernan, Has Died  

One of Apollo's finest, astronaut Gene Cernan, has left Earth for the last time. Cernan, the last man to walk on the Moon, died Monday, January 16, 2017. "Gene Cernan, Apollo astronaut and the last man to walk on the moon, has passed from our sphere, and we mourn his loss," said NASA Administrator Charlie […] The post Last Man on the Moon, Gene Cernan, Has Died appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-16 11:25:38
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Mars Curiosity Rolls Up to Potential New Meteorite  

NASA's Curiosity Rover is turning into an able meteorite hunter with a shiny new find just this past week. The post Mars Curiosity Rolls Up to Potential New Meteorite appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-15 13:13:18
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Chilean Government Releases Declassified UFO Video  

Recently declassified footage shows a possible UFO that was spotted in the skies above Chile two years ago. However, a possible explanation has since been given for this strange event. The post Chilean Government Releases Declassified UFO Video appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-14 21:15:24
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SpaceX Falcon 9 Comes Roaring Back to Life with Dramatically Successful Iridium Fleet Launch and Ocean Ship Landing  

With Billions and Billions of dollars at stake and their reputation riding on the line, SpaceX came roaring back to life by dramatically executing a picture perfect Falcon 9 rocket launch this morning (Jan. 14) that successfully delivered a fleet of ten advanced Iridium NEXT voice and data relay satellites to orbit while simultaneously recovering the first stage on a ship at sea off the west coast of California. The post SpaceX Falcon 9 Comes Roaring Back to Life with Dramatically Successful Ir

2017-01-14 05:50:34
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The Incredible Story of How the Huygens Mission to Titan Succeeded When It Could Have Failed  

Twelve years ago today, the Huygens probe landed on Titan, marking the farthest point from Earth any spacecraft has even landed. While a twelfth anniversary may be an odd number to mark with a special article, as we said in our previous article (with footage from the landing), this is the last opportunity to celebrate […] The post The Incredible Story of How the Huygens Mission to Titan Succeeded When It Could Have Failed appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-14 02:04:59
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SpaceX Set for High Stakes Falcon 9 Blastoff Resumption with Iridium Satellite Fleet on Jan. 14 – Watch Live  

The stakes could almost not be higher for SpaceX as the firm readies their twice failed Falcon 9 rocket for a blastoff resumption on Saturday morning, Jan. 14 carrying the vanguard of the commercial Iridium NEXT satellite fleet to orbit from their California rocket base. The post SpaceX Set for High Stakes Falcon 9 Blastoff Resumption with Iridium Satellite Fleet on Jan. 14 – Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-14 01:16:11
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The Constellation Capricornus  

Located in the ecliptic plane of the galaxy, where it is bordered by other "watery" asterisms, is the ancient constellation Capricornus, the "Sea Goat". The post The Constellation Capricornus appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-13 21:35:57
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Weekly Space Hangout – January 13, 2017: News Roundup Plus Update on Tabby’s Star!  

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Guests: Carolyn Collins Petersen (thespacewriter.com / space.about.com / @spacewriter ) Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Kimberly Cartier ( KimberlyCartier.org / @AstroKimCartier ) Their stories this week: New studies of Boyajian’s Star Breakthrough Starshot hunting for planets Probing the Nearby Space Between Stars Looking for the stuff of life A new […] The post Weekly Space Hangout – January 13, 2017: News Roundup Plus Update on Tabb

2017-01-13 18:57:23
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What Will the Voyager Spacecraft Encounter Next? Hubble Helps Provide a Roadmap  

The twin Voyager spacecraft are now making their way through the interstellar medium. Even though they are going where none have gone before, the path ahead it is not completely unknown. Astronomers are using the Hubble Space Telescope to observe the 'road' ahead for these pioneering spacecraft, to ascertain what various materials may lay along […] The post What Will the Voyager Spacecraft Encounter Next? Hubble Helps Provide a Roadmap appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-13 02:53:02
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The Moon is Older than We Thought, says New Study  

According to a new study from UCLA which conducted uranium-lead dating on Moon rocks, the Moon is older than previously thought. The post The Moon is Older than We Thought, says New Study appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-13 02:27:02
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Stars at the Edge of our Galaxy May Have Been Stolen  

Our Milky Way is a pretty vast and highly-populated space. All told, its stars number between 100 and 400 billion, with some estimates saying that it may have as many as 1 trillion. But just where did all these stars come from? Well, as it turns out, in addition to forming many of its own […] The post Stars at the Edge of our Galaxy May Have Been Stolen appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-12 21:50:19
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A to Search for Planets in Closest Star System to Earth  

The European Southern Observatory and Breakthrough Initiatives have come together for purpose of finding habitable planets beyond Earth. The post A “Breakthrough” to Search for Planets in Closest Star System to Earth appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-12 03:20:04
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Land On Titan With Huygens in Beautiful New Video  

On December 25, 2004, the piggybacking Huygens probe was released from the 'mothership' Cassini spacecraft and it arrived at Titan on January 14, 2005. The probe began transmitting data to Cassini four minutes into its descent through Titan's murky atmosphere, snapping photos and taking data all the while. Then it touched down, the first time […] The post Land On Titan With Huygens in Beautiful New Video appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-12 01:12:54
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What is the International Space Station?  

In orbit of Earth, at an altitude of between 330 and 435 km (205 and 270 mi), is the International Space Station, the largest artificial satellite and space laboratory in existence. The post What is the International Space Station? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-11 17:05:05
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Confirmed: We Really are ‘Star Stuff’  

Scientist Carl Sagan said many times that "we are star stuff," from the nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, and the iron in our blood. It is well known that most of the essential elements of life are truly made in the stars. Called the "CHNOPS elements" - carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, […] The post Confirmed: We Really are ‘Star Stuff’ appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-11 12:55:04
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Venus Rules the Dusk Skies at Greatest Elongation  

"What's that bright light in the sky?" The planet Venus never fails to impress, and indeed make even seasoned observers look twice at its unexpected brilliance. The third brightest natural object in the sky, Venus now rules the dusk, a fine sight for wintertime evening commuters. Venus reaches greatest elongation tomorrow, a fine time to admire the dazzling world. The post Venus Rules the Dusk Skies at Greatest Elongation appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-11 04:31:10
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Finally, An Explanation for the Alien Megastructure?  

A new study by a team of researchers from Columbia University and Berkeley proposes the most plausible explanation yet for Tabby's Star. The post Finally, An Explanation for the Alien Megastructure? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-11 04:10:15
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Could We Marsiform Ourselves?  

Changing another world to support Earth life is called terraforming. But maybe it's a better idea to just change Earth life to live on other worlds. The post Could We Marsiform Ourselves? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-10 19:32:56
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Carnival of Space #491  

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Stefan Lamoureaux at the Links Through Space blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #491. And if you're interested in looking back, here's an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you've got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email […] The post Carnival of Space #491 appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-10 02:28:05
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Exploding Binary Stars Will Light Up the Sky in 2022  

A team from Calvin College, Michigan have discovered a binary pair of stars that will eventually collide and explode in 2022, producing a Red Nova that we will be able to see from Earth. The post Exploding Binary Stars Will Light Up the Sky in 2022 appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-09 12:30:49
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Messier 31 – The Andromeda Galaxy  

Located north of the celestial equator in the direction of the Andromeda Constellation lies the spectacular Andromeda Galaxy (aka. Messier 31). The post Messier 31 – The Andromeda Galaxy appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-09 01:38:06
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Poor Weather Pushes SpaceX Return Debut with Revolutionary Iridium Relay Sats to Jan. 14  

In the face of unrelenting days of very poor weather and a range conflict with another very critical rocket launch, SpaceX is pushing back the return debut of their private Falcon 9 rocket carrying a revolutionary fleet of voice and data commercial communications relay satellites for Iridium to no earlier than next weekend, Jan 14. […] The post Poor Weather Pushes SpaceX Return Debut with Revolutionary Iridium Relay Sats to Jan. 14 appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-08 11:28:52
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Hubble Spots Possible Exocomets in Nearby Star System  

The possible detection of comets in the nearby star system of HD 172555 could shed light on how comets behaved in the early Solar System, which could have implications in the search for extra-terrestrial life. The post Hubble Spots Possible Exocomets in Nearby Star System appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-06 15:50:08
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Weekly Space Hangout – January 6, 2017: Abigail “Astronaut Abby” Harrison  

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guests: This week’s guest is Abigail “Astronaut Abby” Harrison. Abigail is the founder of The Mars Generation nonprofit. Currently a sophomore at Wellesley College in Massachusetts majoring in Astrobiology and Russian. Harrison is positioned to enter a PhD program upon graduation and continue her pursuit of becoming a scientist, astronaut […] The post Weekly Space Hangout – January 6, 2017: Abigail “Astronaut Abby” Harr

2017-01-06 10:10:21
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What is Low Earth Orbit?  

Low Earth Orbit (LEO) is a popular place. It is where the majority of space missions are sent, where all of our satellites reside, and where the ISS orbits the planet. The post What is Low Earth Orbit? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-06 07:25:13
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FAA Accepts Accident Report, Grants SpaceX License for Falcon 9 'Return to Flight'  

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today "accepted the investigation report" regarding the results of SpaceX's investigation into the cause of the company's catastrophic Sept. 1, 2016 launch pad explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket in Florida, and simultaneously "granted a license" for the 'Return to Flight' blastoff of the private rocket from California as soon as next week - the FAA confirmed today to Universe Today, Friday, Jan. 6. The post FAA Accepts Accident Report, Grants...

2017-01-06 06:40:32
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Martian Spacecraft Spies Earth and the Moon  

The incredible HiRISE camera on board the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter turned its eyes away from its usual target - Mars' surface - and for calibration purposes only, took some amazing images of Earth and our Moon. Combined to create one image, this is a marvelous view of our home from about 127 million miles (205 […] The post Martian Spacecraft Spies Earth and the Moon appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-06 03:18:05
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Could Garnet Planets be Habitable?  

A study presented at the 229th Meeting of the AAS examines how the composition of stars can produce very different kinds of rocky planets. The post Could Garnet Planets be Habitable? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-05 10:14:48
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NASA Orders Additional Astronaut Taxi Flights from Boeing and SpaceX to the ISS  

In a significant step towards restoring America's indigenous human spaceflight capability and fostering the new era of commercial space fight, NASA has awarded a slew of additional astronaut taxi flights from Boeing and SpaceX to carry crews to the International Space Station (ISS). The post NASA Orders Additional Astronaut Taxi Flights from Boeing and SpaceX to the ISS appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-05 08:27:08
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Chandra Spots Two Cosmic Heavy-Hitters at Once  

At the 229th Meeting of the AAS, an international of researchers shared images of two of the most powerful forces in the cosmos occurring at the same time in the same place. The post Chandra Spots Two Cosmic Heavy-Hitters at Once appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-05 07:08:42
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Carnival of Space #490  

It’s that time again! This week's Carnival of Space is hosted by Pamela Hoffman at the Everyday Spacer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #490. And if you're interested in looking back, here's an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you’ve got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. […] The post Carnival of Space #490 appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-05 06:43:12
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NASA Announces Missions to Explore Early Solar System  

NASA has announced the two missions that will make up Discovery 13 and 14, both of which are robotic missions to study the history of the early Solar System. The post NASA Announces Missions to Explore Early Solar System appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-04 10:56:25
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Source of Mysterious ‘Fast’ Radio Signals Pinpointed, But What Is It?  

For about 10 years, radio astronomers have been detecting mysterious milliseconds-long blasts of radio waves, called "fast radio bursts" (FRB). While only 18 of these events have been detected so far, one FRB has been particularly intriguing as the signal has been sporadically repeating. First detected in November 2012, astronomers didn't know if FRB 121102 […] The post Source of Mysterious ‘Fast’ Radio Signals Pinpointed, But What Is It? appeared first on Universe Today....

2017-01-04 06:08:48
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What is the Closest Galaxy to the Milky Way?  

Located just 25,000 light years from our Solar System is the Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy, the closest galaxy to the Milky Way. The post What is the Closest Galaxy to the Milky Way? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-04 03:38:34
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What is an Ice Age?  

Planet Earth has gone through several "ice ages", where dropping temperatures has led to the expansion of ice sheets and glaciers. The post What is an Ice Age? appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-03 18:46:24
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SpaceX Finds Failure Cause, Announces Sunday Jan. 8 as Target for Falcon 9 Flight Resumption  

After an intensive four month investigation into why a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket exploded without warning on the launch pad last September, the company today announced the failures likely cause as well as plans of a rapid resumption of flights as soon as next Sunday, Jan. 8, from their California launch complex - carrying a lucrative commercial payload of 10 advanced mobile relay satellites to orbit for Iridium Communications. The post SpaceX Finds Failure Cause, Announces Sunday Jan. 8 as Target...

2017-01-03 04:31:33
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Messier 30 – The NGC 7099 Globular Cluster  

Located approximately 26,000 light years from Earth, in the direction of the Capricornus constellation. is the globular cluster known as Messier 30. The post Messier 30 – The NGC 7099 Globular Cluster appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-02 10:54:18
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Start the Year With Spark: See the Quadrantid Meteor Shower  

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to spend more time under the stars in 2017, you’ll have motivation to do so as soon as Tuesday. That morning, the Quadrantid (kwah-DRAN-tid) meteor shower will peak between 4 to about 6 a.m. local time just before the start of dawn. This annual shower can be a rich […] The post Start the Year With Spark: See the Quadrantid Meteor Shower appeared first on Universe Today.

2017-01-01 03:43:02
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Our Free Book: 101 Astronomical Events in 2017  

Here's a full, free ebook with 101 things to see in the night sky in 2017, from eclipses to meteor showers. The post Our Free Book: 101 Astronomical Events in 2017 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-31 21:57:01
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NASA’s Favorite Photos of 2016  

There are a group of unsung heroes at NASA, the people who travel the world to capture key events in our exploration of space. They share their images with all of us, but most of the time, it’s not just the pictures of launches, landings, and crucial mission events that they capture. They also show […] The post NASA’s Favorite Photos of 2016 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-31 15:32:30
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How Do Wind Turbines Work?  

Perhaps you’ve seen them while driving through the countryside. Or maybe you saw them just off the coast, looming large on the horizon with their spinning blades. Then again, you may have seen them on someone’s roof, or as part of a small-scale urban operation. Regardless of the location, wind turbines and wind power are […] The post How Do Wind Turbines Work? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-31 14:00:37
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Iridium Satellites Fueled and Tucked In For SpaceX Falcon 9 'Return to Flight' Blastoff  

Technicians have fueled, stacked and tucked the first ten advanced IridiumNEXT mobile voice and data relay satellites inside the nose cone of a Falcon 9 rocket designated as SpaceX's 'Return to Flight' launcher - potentially as early as next week - from their west coast launch pad on Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The post Iridium Satellites Fueled and Tucked In For SpaceX Falcon 9 'Return to Flight' Blastoff appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-31 03:27:53
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NASA’s NEOWISE Missions Spots New Comets  

NASA's NEOWISE mission has been responsible for many interesting finds, the latest of which are two possible comets that could be visible from Earth. The post NASA’s NEOWISE Missions Spots New Comets appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-30 20:50:52
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Weekly Space Hangout – December 30, 2016: Nancy Atkinson’s “Incredible Stories from Space”  

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest: This week’s guest is Universe Today’s own astrojournalist Nancy Atkinson, who is celebrating the release of her first book “Incredible Stories from Space: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Missions Changing Our View of the Cosmos.” Nancy will share some of the highlights of the book and the amazing experiences […] The post Weekly Space Hangout – December 30, 2016: Nancy Atkinson’s “Incredible Stories from Spa

2016-12-30 17:43:19
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Opportunity Celebrates Christmas/New Year on Mars Marching to Ancient Water Carved Gully  

On the brink of 4600 Sols of a profoundly impactful life, NASA's long lived Opportunity rover celebrates the Christmas/New Year's holiday season on Mars marching relentlessly towards an ancient water carved gully along the eroded rim of vast Endeavour crater - the next science target on her incredible journey traversing across never before seen Red Planet terrains. The post Opportunity Celebrates Christmas/New Year on Mars Marching to Ancient Water Carved Gully appeared first on Universe ...

2016-12-30 04:32:00
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What Are Fossil Fuels?  

Fossil fuels, which are the decomposed remains of organic material, are the predominant source of energy in the modern era. The post What Are Fossil Fuels? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-30 00:22:10
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NASA Might Build an Ice House on Mars  

At first glance, a new concept for a NASA habitat on Mars looks like a cross between Mark Watney's inflatable potato farm from "The Martian" and the home of Luke's Uncle Owen on Tatooine from "Star Wars." The key to the new design relies on something that may or may not be abundant on Mars: […] The post NASA Might Build an Ice House on Mars appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-29 23:09:56
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What is Alternative Energy?  

Alternative energy comes in many forms, all of which are being investigated as long-term replacements for fossil fuels, coal, and other conventional means of energy. The post What is Alternative Energy? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-29 07:42:26
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NASA Webb Telescope Structure is Sound After Vibration Testing Detects Anomaly  

NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, MD - The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is now deemed "sound" and apparently unscathed, engineers have concluded, based on results from a new batch of intensive inspections of the observatory's structure, after concerns were raised in early December when technicians initially detected "anomalous readings" during a preplanned series of vibration tests, NASA announced Dec. 23. The post NASA Webb Telescope Structure is Sound After Vibration Testing D...

2016-12-27 22:35:52
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What My Dog Taught Me About Time and Space  

Our pets are wiser than we think. The post What My Dog Taught Me About Time and Space appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-27 17:29:19
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Carnival of Space #489  

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Allen Versfeld at his Urban Astronomer blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #489. And if you're interested in looking back, here's an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you've got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email an […] The post Carnival of Space #489 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-27 16:59:50
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Comet U1 NEOWISE: A Possible Binocular Comet?  

Well, it looks like we'll close out 2016 without a great 'Comet of the Century.' One of the final discoveries of the year did, however, grab our attention, and may present a challenging target through early 2017: Comet C/2016 U1 NEOWISE. The post Comet U1 NEOWISE: A Possible Binocular Comet? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-27 16:08:14
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Messier 29 – The NGC 6913 Open Star Cluster  

In the northern skies, in the direction of the Cygnus constellation, lies Messier 29 - an open star cluster that is slowly moving towards us! The post Messier 29 – The NGC 6913 Open Star Cluster appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-26 14:00:53
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Merry Christmas From Space 2016  

As we celebrate the Christmas tidings of 2016 here on Earth, a lucky multinational crew of astronauts and cosmonauts celebrate the festive season floating in Zero-G while living and working together in space aboard the Earth orbiting International Space Station (ISS) complex - peacefully cooperating to benefit all humanity. The post Merry Christmas From Space 2016 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-25 19:40:35
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See a Christmas-Time Binocular Comet:   

How to see a bright, returning comet at dusk not far from Venus. The post See a Christmas-Time Binocular Comet: 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-25 18:47:01
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The Canis Minor Constellation  

Located in the northern skies, surrounded by the Monoceros, Gemini, Cancer and Hydra, is the constellation known as Canis Minor. The post The Canis Minor Constellation appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-23 21:05:20
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Weekly Space Hangout – December 23, 2016: Mathew Anderson’s “Our Cosmic Story”  

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guest: Mathew Anderson is the author of “”Our Cosmic Story”” available on Amazon in January, 2017. He wrote “”Our Cosmic Story”” in interest from his years studying science giants like Brian Greene, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Richard Dawkins, and from past figures like Carl Sagan. This book is a big picture […] The post Weekly Space Hangout – December 23, 2016: Mathew Anderson’s “Our Cosmic Story

2016-12-23 16:45:38
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How Do We Colonize Saturn’s Moons?  

The idea of colonization of Saturn's moons is attractive and presents many benefits, even if it is a challenging and distant prospect. The post How Do We Colonize Saturn’s Moons? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-22 23:12:22
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Hubble Spots Festive Nebula in Neighboring Galaxy  

Just in time for the holidays, a team of astronomers have released Hubble images that show a bright and festive pair of nebulas The post Hubble Spots Festive Nebula in Neighboring Galaxy appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-22 22:21:39
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Spiders Growing on the Surface of Mars Right Before Our Eyes!  

For the first time, a research team using data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have observed "spider" formations in Mars' southern polar region, The post Spiders Growing on the Surface of Mars Right Before Our Eyes! appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-22 07:10:59
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Book Excerpt: “Incredible Stories From Space,” Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 3  

Following is the final excerpt from my new book, “Incredible Stories From Space: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Missions Changing Our View of the Cosmos.” The book is an inside look at several current NASA robotic missions, and this excerpt is part 3 of 3 posted here on Universe Today, of Chapter 2, “Roving Mars […] The post Book Excerpt: "Incredible Stories From Space," Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 3 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-21 18:41:15
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Amazing Atlas Seaside Blastoff Highlights EchoStar 19 Zoom to Orbit – Photo/Video Gallery  

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL - Sunday afternoons blastoff of the powerful Atlas V rocket from a seaside Florida launchpad has produced a plethora of amazing imagery as the 20 story tall rocket zoomed to orbit with the 7.5 ton EchoStar 19 high speed internet satellite. The post Amazing Atlas Seaside Blastoff Highlights EchoStar 19 Zoom to Orbit – Photo/Video Gallery appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-21 04:56:53
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Book Excerpt: “Incredible Stories From Space,” Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 2  

Following is Part 2 of an excerpt from my new book, “Incredible Stories From Space: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Missions Changing Our View of the Cosmos.” The book is an inside look at several current NASA robotic missions, and this excerpt is part 2 of 3 which will be posted here on Universe Today, […] The post Book Excerpt: "Incredible Stories From Space," Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 2 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-20 17:04:25
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Spectrum of Antimatter Observed for First Time  

A new study by CERN researchers has led to the first spectral information of antimatter ever, giving further confirmation to the Standard Model of particle physics. The post Spectrum of Antimatter Observed for First Time appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-19 23:50:33
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New Study Says Proxima b Could Support Life  

A new study details simulations that suggest that Proxima b could support life, assuming it has a magnetic field and a dense enough atmosphere. The post New Study Says Proxima b Could Support Life appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-19 22:17:10
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Carnival of Space #488  

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brian Wang at his Next Big Future blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #488 And if you're interested in looking back, here's an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you've got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email an entry […] The post Carnival of Space #488 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-19 16:47:56
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Book Excerpt: “Incredible Stories From Space,” Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 1  

Following is an excerpt from my new book, “Incredible Stories From Space: A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Missions Changing Our View of the Cosmos,” which will be released tomorrow, Dec. 20, 2016. The book is an inside look at several current NASA robotic missions, and this excerpt is part 1 of 3 which will be […] The post Book Excerpt: “Incredible Stories From Space,” Roving Mars With Curiosity, part 1 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-19 15:14:11
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Awesome Atlas Ferocious Fury Delivers Next Gen High Speed EchoStar 19 Internet Sat to Orbit for America  

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL - The mighty Atlas V rocket put on an awesome display of ferocious fury Sunday afternoon delivering a rousing display of rocketeering capability that propelled a new next generation high speed internet satellite to orbit for North America to the delight of spectators gathered around the Florida Space Coast. The post Awesome Atlas Ferocious Fury Delivers Next Gen High Speed EchoStar 19 Internet Sat to Orbit for America appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-19 04:32:29
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Highest Capacity North American Internet Satellite to Launch on Atlas V Dec. 18 – Watch Live  

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL - The highest capacity satellite delivering high speed internet to homes and businesses in North America is scheduled for an early afternoon blastoff on a mighty ULA Atlas V on Sunday, Dec. 18, from the Florida Space Coast. The post Highest Capacity North American Internet Satellite to Launch on Atlas V Dec. 18 – Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-17 17:37:18
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The Canis Major Constellation  

Welcome back to Constellation Friday! Today, in honor of the late and great Tammy Plotner, we will be dealing with the “big dog” itself – the Canis Major constellation! In the 2nd century CE, Greek-Egyptian astronomer Claudius Ptolemaeus (aka. Ptolemy) compiled a list of all the then-known 48 constellations. This treatise, known as the Almagest, […] The post The Canis Major Constellation appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-16 23:00:20
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“Incredible Stories” From the Cassini Mission  

When Cassini Project Scientist Linda Spilker thinks about her spacecraft, as it is out there gliding amidst the moons and rings of Saturn, there are times when she envisions it as a dancer or ice skater, spinning and turning to look at all the different targets. "I picture Cassini as a she," Spilker said, admitting […] The post “Incredible Stories” From the Cassini Mission appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-16 22:18:57
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How Strong is the Gravity on Mars?  

Martian gravity is roughly 38% that of Earth's, a fact that will have serious implications for crewed missions and even colonization efforts. The post How Strong is the Gravity on Mars? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-16 18:30:04
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NASA's Experimental Hurricane Monitoring Fleet Launched by Pegasus rocket  

NASA's constellation of experimental hurricane monitoring CYGNSS microsatellites was successfully air launched by the unique Orbital ATK winged Pegasus rocket on Thursday, Dec 15 - opening a new era in weather forecasters ability to measure the buildup of hurricane intensity in the tropics from orbit that will eventually help save lives and property from impending destructive storms here on Earth. The post NASA's Experimental Hurricane Monitoring Fleet Launched by Pegasus rocket appeared...

2016-12-16 15:51:55
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Win “The Year in Space” Wall and Desk Calendars  

What's the perfect holiday gift for any space fan? It's the 2017 version of Steve Cariddi's amazing Year in Space Calendars, which are now available to order. And thanks to Steve, Universe Today has 2 sets of the wall and desk calendars to give away! Both the gigantic wall calendar and the spiral-bound desk calendar […] The post Win “The Year in Space” Wall and Desk Calendars appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-16 14:50:35
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Ice, Ice Everywhere, says New Study on Ceres  

A series of new studies show that Ceres is a lot more icy than previously thought, which also points towards there being liquid water beneath its surface. The post Ice, Ice Everywhere, says New Study on Ceres appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-15 22:21:30
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Juno Captures a Stunning Jovian ‘Pearl’  

A brand new photo from Juno's latest close flyby reveals a 'pearl' of great beauty fashioned by ceaseless winds. The post Juno Captures a Stunning Jovian ‘Pearl’ appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-15 19:43:50
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James Webb Space Telescope Celebrated in Stunning New Video  

A new short film showcases the James Webb Telescope - the successor to Hubble - and all the amazing things it is expected to accomplish. The post James Webb Space Telescope Celebrated in Stunning New Video appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-15 19:32:19
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The Car Alan Stern Drove to Pluto  

Many of the rocket and space flight enthusiasts I know are also car buffs. If you fit into that category, here's an opportunity you won't want to miss: a chance to own the car that New Horizons principal investigator Alan Stern drove all the way to Pluto. Well, technically, he drove his shiny red Nissan […] The post The Car Alan Stern Drove to Pluto appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-15 16:09:12
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SpaceX and NASA Confirm Delay of First Crewed Dragon Flight to 2018  

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - Launching Americans back to space and the International Space Station (ISS) from American soil on American rockets via NASA's commercial crew program (CCP) has just suffered another significant but not unexpected delay, with an announcement from NASA that the target date for inaugural crewed flight aboard a SpaceX commercial Crew Dragon has slipped significantly from 2017 to 2018. The post SpaceX and NASA Confirm Delay of First Crewed Dragon Flight to 2018 appeared ...

2016-12-14 20:44:13
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Hydraulic Pump Glitch Aborts NASA's Hurricane MicroSat Fleet Launch to Dec. 14 – Live Coverage  

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - Monday's (Dec. 12) planned launch of NASA's innovative Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) hurricane microsatellite fleet was aborted when a pump in the hydraulic system that releases the Pegasus air-launch booster from its L-1011 carrier aircraft failed in flight. The post Hydraulic Pump Glitch Aborts NASA's Hurricane MicroSat Fleet Launch to Dec. 14 – Live Coverage appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-14 00:12:57
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Martian Mineral Point Towards Past Habitability  

New samples obtained by the Curiosity rover have shed more light on environmental changes over the past few billion years, offering more evidence in support of it being habitable. The post Martian Mineral Point Towards Past Habitability appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-13 23:52:00
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Hubble Watches Spinning Black Hole Swallow a Star  

An international team of scientists claim that a superluminous event in a distant galaxy was caused by a star being ripped apart by a supermassive black hole. The post Hubble Watches Spinning Black Hole Swallow a Star appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-13 19:51:57
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All I Want for Christmas is a Green Laser: How to Choose and Use One  

Want to buy a green laser but need help choosing one? This guide will help! The post All I Want for Christmas is a Green Laser: How to Choose and Use One appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-13 17:39:07
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What is an Orrery?  

For centuries, human beings have been creating mechanical models the Solar System, which today is known as an orrery, The post What is an Orrery? appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-12 23:45:43
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Why Space Exploration Represents the Best of Humanity  

The current divisiveness that seems to be permeating our culture has many wondering if we can ever overcome the divisions to find our common humanity, and be able to work together to solve our problems. I've said - only somewhat jokingly — that if there are any alien species out there, waiting to make first […] The post Why Space Exploration Represents the Best of Humanity appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-12 16:00:47
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The Perfect Gift for Every Space Enthusiast: the Year in Space Calendar 2017  

I love it when December rolls around every year because I know it's time to order the Year In Space Calendars! This is our most-recommended holiday gift every year and for 2017, these calendars - whether it's the gigantic wall calendar or the spiral-bound desk calendar — are full of amazing color images, daily space […] The post The Perfect Gift for Every Space Enthusiast: the Year in Space Calendar 2017 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-12 14:04:14
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This Week: Occultations of Aldebaran, Regulus vs. the Supermoon  

It’s a busy week for the Moon. While our large solitary natural satellite reaches Full and interferes with the 2016 Geminids, it’s also beginning a series of complex bright star occultations of Aldebaran and Regulus, giving us a taste of things to come in 2017. First up, here’s the lowdown on this week’s occultation of […] The post This Week: Occultations of Aldebaran, Regulus vs. the Supermoon appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-12 11:29:16
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CYGNSS Constellation of Hurricane Monitoring MicroSats Set for Dec. 12 Launch – Watch Live  

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - An exciting new chapter in hurricane monitoring and forecasting intensity prediction is due to open Monday morning at NASA's Kennedy Space Center when a new constellation of microsatellites dubbed CYGNSS are slated to be deployed from an air-launched Orbital ATK Pegasus XL rocket. The post CYGNSS Constellation of Hurricane Monitoring MicroSats Set for Dec. 12 Launch – Watch Live appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-12 02:47:29
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Powerful USAF Satcom Propelled to Orbit by Delta Provides Dinnertime Launch Delight; Photo/Video Launch Gallery  

CAPE CANAVERAL AIR FORCE STATION, FL – The most powerful US Air Force military communications satellite ever built was propelled to orbit by a ULA Delta IV rocket that provided a dinnertime launch delight Wednesday evening for the crowds of spectators gathered around America's premier gateway to space. Check out this expanding gallery of launch […] The post Powerful USAF Satcom Propelled to Orbit by Delta Provides Dinnertime Launch Delight; Photo/Video Launch Gallery appeared first...

2016-12-11 05:48:00
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Showcasing the Benefits of NASA Technology Here on Earth  

Every year, NASA release Spinoff, a publication produced by the Technology Transfer Program that shows how NASA technology has benefits here on Earth. The post Showcasing the Benefits of NASA Technology Here on Earth appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-10 22:05:52
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SpaceX Postpones Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Resumption to January 2017  

SpaceX is postponing the resumption of launches for their Falcon 9 rocket into early January 2017 as they continue to deal with the fallout from the catastrophic launch pad explosion in Florida that destroyed a Falcon 9 during preflight test operations three months ago. The new space aerospace company led by billionaire CEO Elon Musk […] The post SpaceX Postpones Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Resumption to January 2017 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-10 02:00:57
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Carnival of Space #487  

Welcome, come in to the 487th Carnival of Space! The Carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit. I’m Susie Murph, part of the team at Universe Today and CosmoQuest. So now, on to this week’s stories! Looking for a nice […] The post Carnival of Space #487 appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-09 21:51:28
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101 Astronomical Events for 2017: A Teaser  

A comprehensive guide to astronomical oppositions, occultations, eclipses, comets and more for 2017. The post 101 Astronomical Events for 2017: A Teaser appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-09 07:24:42
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ESO Survey Shows Dark Matter to be Pretty “Smooth”  

A new study produced by an international team of researchers shows that Dark Matter may be more smoothly distributed than previously thought The post ESO Survey Shows Dark Matter to be Pretty “Smooth” appeared first on Universe Today.

2016-12-08 23:59:03
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