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  1. 7% of the Stars in the Milky Way’s Center Came From a Single Globular Cluster That Go
  2. Astronomers Will Be Able to Use the World’s Biggest Radio Telescope to Search for Sig
  3. Time Flies. NASA Releases a Mosaic of TESS’ View of the Northern Sky After Two Years
  4. Gravitational-Wave Lensing is Possible, but it’s Going to be Incredibly Difficult to
  5. Weekly Space Hangout: October 7, 2020, Dr. David Warmflash Discusses Mixed-Reality Su
  6. Planets Don’t Wait for Their Star to Form First
  7. Simulation Helps Explain Saturn’s Mysterious Hexagon
  8. An Amazing Sky Mosaic Courtesy of Stellina…and a New Telescope from Vaonis
  9. Matter makes up exactly 31.5±1.3% of the Universe
  10. The Solar System has a second plane where objects orbit the Sun
  11. Just How Bad are Superflares to a Planet’s Habitability?
  12. Radio Astronomers are Worried About Mega-Constellations and the Square Kilometer Arra
  13. Want the Fastest Solar Sail? Drop it Into the Sun First
  14. The Moon is the Perfect Spot for SETI
  15. Black Holes Make Complex Gravitational-Wave Chirps as They Merge
  16. How to see what’s on the other side of a wormhole without actually traveling through
  17. Comet P1 NEOWISE Makes a Brief Late October Appearance
  18. The Search for Superhabitable Planets. Worlds Even More Habitable Than Earth
  19. An Exoplanet So Hot There Are 7 Different Kinds of Gaseous Metals in its Atmosphere
  20. Astronomers Watch a Star Get Spaghettified by a Black Hole
  21. This is a Landslide… on the Moon
  22. Do ripples on the surface of the Sun tell us that a flare is coming?
  23. We’re Made of Starstuff. Especially From Extremely Massive Stars
  24. The Most Comprehensive 3D Map of Galaxies Has Been Released
  25. BepiColombo Mercury Mission to Make First Venus Flyby Tonight
  26. This Martian Lava Tube Skylight is 50 Meters Across. The Biggest Lava Tube on Earth i
  27. China’s Mars-bound Tianwen-1 Takes a Selfie
  28. Starman Just Made his Closest Approach to Mars
  29. Astronomers Report They’ve Detected the Amino Acid Glycine in the Atmosphere of Venus
  30. Weekly Space Hangout: October 14, 2020, Drs. Jane Huang & Jonathan Williams, Protopla
  31. Elon Musk Shares a View of Starship With Three Raptor Engines Installed
  32. Summer is Dust Devil Time on Mars
  33. Pluto has Snowcapped Mountains, But Why?
  34. Operating a Rover in Real-time From a Distance
  35. InSight’s ‘Mole’ is Now Completely buried!
  36. Impatient? A Spacecraft Could Get to Titan in Only 2 Years Using a Direct Fusion Driv
  37. Great Barrier Reef Has Lost Half of its Coral Over the Last 25 Years
  38. We actually don’t know how fast the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole is spinning b
  39. NASA Announces 14 New “Tipping Point” Technologies for its Lunar Exploration
  40. The galaxy with 99.99% dark matter isn’t so mysterious any more
  41. What’s Happening with Betelgeuse? Astronomers Propose a Specialized Telescope to Watc
  42. NASA and Seven Countries Sign the Artemis Accords for the Exploration of the Moon. Ru
  43. You’ll Experience 200 Times More Radiation Standing on the Moon than Standing on the
  44. Watch “Live” as NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Nabs an Asteroid Sample
  45. It’s still possible to detect the site of the 2017 kilonova explosion
  46. Wow, Betelgeuse Might Be 25% Closer than Previously Believed
  47. Success! OSIRIS-REx Touches Asteroid Bennu to Collect Samples
  48. The Oxygen Supply has Failed in the Russian Zvezda Module of the ISS. Don’t Worry, th
  49. We use the transit method to find other planets. Which extraterrestrial civilizations
  50. The Crew of the ISS has Found the Source of the Station’s Air Leak
  51. What Would a Realistic Space Battle Look Like?
  52. Tales of Two Fall Comets: 88P Howell and M3 ATLAS
  53. Weekly Space Hangout: October 21, 2020, Dr. Jill Tarter and the Search for Technosign
  54. Scientists Think They Know What Caused the Deadliest Mass Extinction in the History o
  55. Astronomers Challenge Recent Findings About Venus. “No Statistically Significant Dete
  56. Astronomers Find the Hollowed-Out Shell of a Dwarf Galaxy that Collided With the Milk
  57. Geologists Have Found the Earth’s Missing Tectonic Plate
  58. New Receiver Will Boost Interplanetary Communication
  59. About 3% of Starlinks Have Failed So Far
  60. Mixing Science and Art, One Painting at a Time
  61. The Color of Habitable Worlds
  62. SpaceX Starship Passes Static Fire Test With Three Raptor Engines, Finally Gets Nose
  63. There’s a new record for the shortest time measurement: how long it takes light to cr
  64. Astronomers Map Out the Raw Material for New Star Formation in the Milky Way
  65. Boo! A Halloween Blue Moon
  66. OSIRIS-REx Collected So Much Material, the Sample Capsule Overflowed. Time to Bring i
  67. Astronomers are ready and waiting to detect the neutrino blast from a nearby supernov
  68. Scientists in Japan Have Found a Detailed Record of the Earth’s Last Magnetic Reversa
  69. This is What Perseverance’s Landing Site Looked Like Billions of Years Ago. See Why i
  70. What Martian Settlers Need to Know About Soil Can Teach us How to Grow Better on Eart
  71. ISS Crew Return Safely to Earth
  72. Why Does the Moon’s Ryder Crater Look This Way?
  73. Room-temperature Superconductivity Achieved for the First Time, but There’s a Catch
  74. The Youngest Stellar Disk Ever Seen, Just 500,000 Years Old
  75. New Simulation Shows Exactly What’s Happening as Neutron Stars Merge
  76. Weekly Space Hangout: October 28, 2020, Dr. Nathalie Cabrol, SETI Institute
  77. NASA releases new spooky space-themed posters about extreme places in the Universe
  78. Something other than just gravity is contributing to the shape of dark matter halos
  79. Galaxies Grew Quickly and Early On in the Universe
  80. NASA Announces the Discovery of Water in the Sunlit Parts of the Moon
  81. Are the Clouds of Jupiter Haunted?
  82. Based on Kepler Data, There’s a 95% Chance of an Earth-Like Planet Within 20 Light-Ye
  83. New Scans Give us a Better View of the Metal Asteroid Psyche
  84. How did the Earth get its water? The answer might be found on Mercury
  85. Enter Comet S3 Erasmus: A Bright Comet For November
  86. The Spherical Structure at the Core of the Milky Way Formed in a Single Burst of Star
  87. How Will Starlink’s Packet Routing Work?
  88. Sample… stowed
  89. Astronauts and explorers on Mars could eat lab-grown steaks
  90. An Extreme Simulation of the Universe’s First Stars
  91. Even older red dwarf stars are pumping out a surprising amount of deadly radiation at
  92. The Only Radio Antenna Capable of Communicating with Voyager 2 Came Back Online Durin
  93. Weekly Space Hangout: November 4, 2020 – Pranvera Hyseni, Astronomy Outreach of Kosov
  94. NASA is Looking for Ideas on How to Jump-Start a Lunar Economy!
  95. Titan’s Atmosphere Has All the Ingredients For Life. But Not Life as We Know It
  96. One Mars Trojan asteroid has the same chemical signature as the Earth’s moon
  97. Vera Rubin Should be Able to Detect a Couple of Interstellar Objects a Month.
  98. Massive stars get kicked out of clusters
  99. Lunar Dust is Still One of The Biggest Challenges Facing Moon Exploration
  100. One of the Terms of Service For Starlink is that You “Recognize Mars as a Free Planet
  101. Most light pollution isn’t coming from streetlights
  102. Brown dwarf discovered with a radio telescope for the first time
  103. Australia’s Parkes Telescope Just Got a New Name: Murriyang, Which Means “Skyworld”
  104. The Driest Place on Earth Could Help Predict How Life Might be Surviving on Mars
  105. A Second Cable has Failed at Arecibo, Causing Even More Damage to the Radio Observato
  106. Meteorite Tells Us About Water on Mars 4.4 Billion Years Ago
  107. Terrify yourself with LeoLabs’ visualization of satellites and space debris around Ea
  108. From a Tempest to a Trickle: Prospects for the 2020 Leonid Meteor Shower
  109. Weekly Space Hangout: November 11, 2020 – Amy Ross, NASA Engineer and Space Suit Desi
  110. Europa’s Nightside Glows in the Dark
  111. Do neutron star collisions produce black holes?
  112. Venus Held Onto its Water Surprisingly Well During its History
  113. The Average Temperature of the Universe has Been Getting Hotter and Hotter
  114. What Role do Radioactive Elements Play in a Planet’s Habitability?
  115. SpaceX’s Resilience Spacecraft has Lifted Off and is Headed for the ISS!
  116. There are Planets So Close to Their Stars That They Have Magma Oceans 100km Deep and
  117. New Horizons Saw the Universe With Even Less Light Pollution than Hubble’s View
  118. A Record Close Shave: Asteroid 2020 VT4 Just Skimmed by Earth
  119. Merging Black Holes and Neutron Stars. All the Gravitational Wave Events Seen So Far
  120. Fast radio bursts within the Milky Way seem to be coming from magnetars
  121. The family tree of the Milky Way. The mergers that gave us the galaxy we see today
  122. There’s a Vast Microbial Ecosystem Underneath the Crater that Wiped Out the Dinosaurs
  123. Astronomers think they’ve seen a magnetar form for the first time; the collision of t
  124. Past Supernovae Could be Written Into Tree Rings
  125. An Iceberg the Size of South Georgia Island is on a Collision Course with… South Geor
  126. Earth’s toughest bacteria can survive unprotected in space for at least a year
  127. Some of the Milky Way’s oldest stars aren’t where they’re expected to be
  128. Weekly Space Hangout: November 18, 2020 – Dr. Ralph Lorenz, Planetary Scientist and D
  129. There Might Be Water On All Rocky Planets
  130. Earth and the Moon Might Have Captured an Old Upper Stage Rocket
  131. A 100-Meter Rotating Liquid Mirror Telescope on the Moon? Yes Please.
  132. The First Civilization We Contact Will Have Been Around Much Longer Than Humanity
  133. Scientists Have Re-Analyzed Their Data and Still See a Signal of Phosphine at Venus.
  134. A High Resolution, Cross-Eyed Look at the Entire Surface of Mars
  135. Aricebo’s Damage is so Serious and Dangerous, They’re Just Going to Scrap the Observa
  136. Gravitational lenses could be the key to measuring the expansion rate of the Universe
  137. Mars Might Have Lost its Water Quickly
  138. One of the Building Blocks of Life Can Form in the Harsh Environment of Deep Space It
  139. Hubble Sees Dark Shadows That Could Be Cast by a Supermassive Black Hole
  140. At One Time, This Region of Mars was Inundated by a “Megaflood”
  141. Here’s what we know about Earth’s new minimoon
  142. China’s Chang’e-5 Probe Is Off to Bring Back a Moon Sample — and NASA Hopes to See th
  143. Solar astronomers can now predict future sunspots. There should be a big one in a cou
  144. Catch Monday Morning’s Subtle Lunar Eclipse
  145. A New Artist’s Illustration of the Extremely Large Telescope. So Many Lasers
  146. RocketLab Recovers a First-Stage Booster for the First Time: “Return to Sender”
  147. Weekly Space Hangout: November 25, 2020, Dr. Olivier Witasse, Project Scientist, the