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Astronomers spot an incoming small asteroid — and make a big breakthrough
Andy Tomaswick and Universe Today
Science
Opinion: Artemis should be the last NASA mission to send astronauts to the Moon
The Conversation and Martin Rees
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Artemis I vs. Artemis II: How the NASA program will build off the successes of the first mission
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
Venus is trapped in a ruinous cycle of volcano events — why is Earth spared?
Evan Gough and Universe Today
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Orion breaks a 52-year-old spaceflight record on Artemis Moon orbit
Robin Bea
Science
Webb Telescope releases breathtaking new image of the “Pillars of Creation”
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
NASA releases “extraordinary” Webb Telescope images of Saturn's most intriguing moon
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
Mauna Loa eruption and more: Understand the world through 7 images
Robin Bea
Science
NASA’s Artemis I mission just beat a 52-year-old spaceflight record
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
These scientists sleep in the world’s most extreme environments. Here’s how they get a good night’s rest
Elana Spivack
Science
Look! New Hubble image displays a dazzling disco ball of stars
Kiona Smith
Science
Europe wants to send a 50-pound rover to a tiny, strange Solar System moon
Evan Gough and Universe Today
Science
This 239-year-old technology could revolutionize astronomy
Universe Today and Allen Versfeld
Science
A cutting-edge radar system could be a front-line tool to fight dangerous space junk
Andy Tomaswick and Universe Today
Science
An iconic nearby astronomical object has been stealing stars from other galaxies
Evan Gough and Universe Today
Science
You can explore the entire observable universe, thanks to a new interactive map
Universe Today and LAURENCE TOGNETTI
Science
Orion completes Moon flyby and more: Understand the world through 7 images
Robin Bea
Science
Webb Telescope makes a stunning observation of the atmosphere of a hellish planet
Jon Kelvey
Science
NASA stumbles upon mysterious rocks hiding in ancient Martian lake
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
NASA Perseverance rover's Mars landing site may have been too harsh for ancient life
Kiona Smith
Entertainment
'Indiana Jones 5' could bring back a major theme that 'Crystal Skull' ignored
Dais Johnston
Science
Meteorite hunters: How amateur sleuths track down some of the oldest known pieces of the universe
Jennifer Walter
Science
Look: Orion just sent back these haunting views of Earth from space
Jennifer Walter
Science
NASA's Artemis I Orion spacecraft is on track to travel farther than any Apollo mission
Doris Elín Urrutia
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One unexpected Solar System moon could be key to finding alien life
LAURENCE TOGNETTI and Universe Today
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Scientists are close to solving an exoplanet mystery
Matt Williams and Universe Today
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Scientists are finally decoding the secrets within the Milky Way's supermassive black hole
Katie McCormick and Knowable Magazine
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This giant inflatable heat shield could be our best shot for future Mars settlements
Universe Today and Nancy Atkinson
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Scientists are looking into this last-minute strategy to save the planet from asteroid disaster
Universe Today and Matt Williams
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107 years on, we are still testing Einstein’s theory of gravity — the results are getting weird
The Conversation, Kazuya Koyama and Levon Pogosian
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Webb Telescope may have just discovered the oldest known galaxies
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
NASA forges a new plan to protect the JWST from (tiny) existential threats
Kiona Smith
Science
Artemis 2 and beyond: 3 steps NASA needs to take to send astronauts to the Moon
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
Artemis I lifts off and more: Understand the world through 8 images
Robin Bea
Science
Artemis I is on the way to the Moon — what’s next?
Kiona Smith
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Artemis I: 10 stunning moments from NASA's long-awaited launch
Jennifer Walter
Science
NASA successfully launches Artemis I toward the Moon
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
NASA will attempt to launch Artemis I tonight — here's how to watch
Kiona Smith
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NASA’s Artemis: November 2022 launch, mission goals, timeline for Moon voyage
Passant Rabie and Doris Elín Urrutia
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This inflatable device could be the key to landing humans on Mars
Jennifer Walter
Science
A tiny space probe could reveal the aftermath of our first asteroid defense test
Scott Alan Johnston and Universe Today
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A trio of satellites could take a groundbreaking 360-degree photo of the sun
PAUL M. SUTTER and Universe Today
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A ground-breaking Mars lander may have just sent home a final haunting image
Universe Today and Andy Tomaswick
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NASA decides to proceed with Artemis Moon launch after hurricane
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
Film crew discovers wreckage of an tragic spaceflight off the coast of Florida
Kiona Smith
Science
Artemis targets November launch and more: Understand the world through 8 images
Robin Bea
Science
Artemis I launch: NASA reschedules its moon launch for the fifth time
Kiona Smith
Science
Photo shows NASA's stunning Artemis I rocket ahead of launch
Doris Elín Urrutia
Science
Astronomers capture startling new detail of the first black hole
Jeff Nagle
Innovation
Beyond the ISS: A new wave of stations could redefine science in space
Sarah Wells