SPACE

Artist's impression of a Massive Galaxy

Astronomers Discover 'Monster' Galaxy Lurking in Distant Dust Clouds

UMass Amherst, Arizona, Australian team finds new evidence for huge deep space objects

by Staff Reporter

Elon Musk Sends a Tweet Through Space, and it Worked

Elon Musk Sends His First Ever Tweet Through Space via Starlink, and it Worked

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk is finally back on Twitter, and he's now sending them through space.

by Nhx T.

NASA planetary protection policy - ITECHPOST

NASA Needs to Keep Up With Today’s Context of Space Exploration, Says PPIRB

Planetary Protection Independent Review Board (PPIRB) calls NASA to update planetary protection policies

by Pauline Mendoza

UCLA researchers

Ancient Stars Shed Light on Earth's Similarities to Other Planets

A new method used to study planets' geochemistry implies that Earth is not unique

by Staff Reporter

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Mars Once Had Salt Lakes Similar to Earth

Texas A&M researchers found that Mars has undergone wet and dry periods and salt lakes formed similar to some found in South America.

by Staff Reporter

NASA's Hubble Telescope Captures Mesmerizing Images of Spiral Galaxies and Interstellar Comet Borisov

NASA's Hubble Telescope Captures Mesmerizing Images of Spiral Galaxies and Interstellar Comet Borisov

NASA's Hubble has done it again as it captured amazing images of spiral galaxies and the first comet outside of our solar system.

by Nhx T.

NASA Unveils New High-Tech Spacesuit for Artemis Mission

NASA Unveils New High-Tech Spacesuit for Artemis Mission

NASA is spending people on the moon again for the Artemis mission, and they have unveiled new spacesuits for it.

by Nhx T.

NGC1569 IS A STAR-FORMING GALAXY

Black Holes Stunt Growth of Dwarf Galaxies

UC Riverside astronomers find large-scale winds associated with active black holes in small galaxies suppress star formation

by Staff Reporter

SpaceBit's Walking Spider Robot

The UK is Sending a 'Walking' Spider Robot to the Moon in its First Lunar Rover Mission

A tiny walking spider robot, built by a British start-up space company, is set to be UK's first lunar rover in history.

by Lola Louson

Milky way

The Milky Way kidnapped Several Tiny Galaxies From its Neighbor

UC Riverside-led research shows our galaxy is undergoing a massive merger with its largest satellite galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud

by Staff Reporter

dark matter

Physicists Have Found a Way to 'Hear' Dark Matter

Physicists at Stockholm University and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionize the search for the elusive dark matter.

by Staff Reporter

Astronaut on Moon

Elon Musk, SpaceX Face Increasing Pressure and Tension Over Delay of Crew Dragon Project

Elon Musk and SpaceX are currently experiencing intense pressure from NASA over the years of delay on Crew Dragon initiative.

by Lola Louson

Two Meteor Showers are Coming This Week Plus How to Best Watch Them

Two Meteor Showers are Coming This Week Plus How to Best Watch Them

Draconids and Southern Taurids meteor showers will be lighting up the night sky this week. Here's how to best catch them as they peak.

by Nhx T.

Astronauts have Replaced Old Batteries in Series of Spacewalks

Astronauts have Replaced Old Batteries in Series of Spacewalks

Astronauts in the International Space Station has hustled to replace the old batteries of the station in a series of spacewalks.

by Nhx T.

NASA Chief Scientist Predicts Life on Mars; Earth Not Yet Prepared for the Results

NASA Chief Scientist Predicts Life on Mars; Earth Not Yet Prepared for the Results

Chief scientist of NASA Jim Green has predicted that we will finally find sign of life in Mars in a couple of years but also says we are not yet ready for the results.

by Staff Reporter

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