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The Hubble Space Telescope highlights Saturn’s summer in the new image

Summer on Earth is a little different than summer on Saturn. The Hubble Space Telescope captured an extremely clear image of the orbiting planet on July 4, when the planet was 839 million miles from Earth, according to a statement from NASA. The image shows the rings in extraordinary detail, while also highlighting “a number of small atmospheric storms” that …

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Researchers offer an unprecedented look at the ‘central engine’ that creates a solar flare

Observation of a large solar flare on September 10, 2017 in extreme ultraviolet (gray background, from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory) and microwave (red on blue indicates increasing frequencies, observed by the Owens Valley Extended Solar Arrival). Light orange curves are selected magnetic field lines from the theoretical model of the theoretical solar flare match. The fire is directed by the …

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Indian school students discover asteroid moving towards Earth

Radhika Lakhani and Vaidehi Vekariya, both in 10th grade, were working on a school project when they discovered the asteroid, which they named HLV2514. The girls, from the city of Surat in the western Indian state of Gujarat, were participating in a Space project India and NASA, which allows students to analyze images taken by a telescope positioned at the …

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NASA announces Astronauts to fly on SpaceX Crew-2 Mission – NASA

NASA announces astronauts to fly on NASA’s SpaceX Crew-2 Mission NASA, SpaceX is preparing to bring the Dragon Crew home this week Ars Technica How the late John Lewis saved NASA’s International Space Station from cancellation | TheHill The Hill Watch Hurricane Hanna from space as seen by astronauts and satellites (video) Space.com Remembering the day John Lewis rescued the …

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How to watch live as NASA’s Mars Perseverance rover launches this week

Rover Perseverance explores Mars in the interpretation of this artist. NASA / JPL-Caltech This story is part of Welcome to Mars, our series exploring the red planet. Departure day is only a few days away. NASA’s perseverance rover is all packaged and ready to launch to Mars on Thursday, July 30th. NASA will hold the event as the vehicle-sized vehicle …

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Study: The universe could be 1.2 billion years younger | astronomy

The universe is supposed to be about 13.8 billion years old, but new calculations suggest it may be younger than that. This impression of the artist shows the evolution of the Universe starting with the Big Bang on the left, followed by the appearance of the Microwave Cosmic Background. The formation of the first stars puts an end to the …

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