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  1. There’s Life on the Moon! China’s Lander Just Sprouted the First Plants
  2. Weekly Space Hangout: Jan 16, 2019: Paul MacNeal of JPL’s Annual Invention Challenge
  3. Astronomers Aren’t Pleased About a Russian Plan to Put Billboards in Space
  4. CERN is Planning to Build a Much Larger Particle Collider. Much, Much, Larger.
  5. Cassini Saw Rain Falling at Titan’s North Pole
  6. Seeding the Milky Way with Life Using Genesis Missions
  7. Geothermal Heating Could Make Life Possible on the Super Earth Planet at Barnard’s S
  8. Steam-Powered Spacecraft Could Explore the Asteroid Belt Forever, Refueling Itself in
  9. Messier 77 – the Cetus A Barred Spiral Galaxy
  10. Carnival of Space #595
  11. Astronomy Cast Ep. 514: Planetary Protection Protocols
  12. Saturn’s Rings are Only 10 to 100 Million Years Old
  13. Planetary Scientists Continue to Puzzle Over the Mysterious Slope Streaks on Mars. Li
  14. Amazing Images From Sunday’s Total Lunar Eclipse as Observers Spy Impact Flash
  15. A Disc of Icy Material, not Planet 9, Might Explain the Strange Movements in the Oute
  16. Weekly Space Hangout: Jan 23, 2019: Marco Parigi, Asteroid/Comet Whisperer
  17. SpaceX Starhopper Damaged in High Winds
  18. One of Our Best Views of the Supermassive Black Hole at the Heart of the Milky Way
  19. Blue Origin has Shown off a New Video of its New Glenn Rocket Design
  20. A Planetary Nebula Like This Will Only be Visible for About 10,000 Years Before it Fa
  21. What Would be the Benefits of an Interstellar Probe?
  22. Quasars with a Double-Image Gravitational Lens Could Help Finally Figure out how Fast
  23. Here it is, the high resolution photo of MU69 We’ve all been waiting for.
  24. Without the Impact that Formed the Moon, We Might Not Have Life on Earth
  25. Astronomers are Continuing to Watch the Shockwaves Expand from Supernova SN1987A, as
  26. Tiny Object Found at the Edge of the Solar System for the First Time. A Kuiper Belt O
  27. Carnival of Space #596
  28. One of the Oldest Earth Rocks Turned up on the Moon, of all Places
  29. Crew Dragon Rolls Out to the Launch Pad. Demo-1 Flight Should Happen Shortly
  30. Weekly Space Hangout: Jan 30, 2019: Rod Pyle talks “Space 2.0”
  31. When Does the Sun Rise… Really?
  32. Uh oh, a Recent Study Suggests that Dark Energy’s Strength is Increasing
  33. Newborn Stars in the Orion Nebula Prevent Other Stars from Forming
  34. Astronomers Process Hubble’s Deepest Image to get Even More Data, and Show that Some
  35. NASA used Curiosity’s Sensors to Measure the Gravity of a Mountain on Mars
  36. Oumuamua Could be the Debris Cloud of a Disintegrated Interstellar Comet
  37. Eta Carinae is Getting Brighter Because a Dust Cloud was Blocking our View
  38. Carnival of Space #597
  39. Elon Musk’s New Plan is to Get to the Moon as Fast as Possible
  40. How The Sun’s Scorching Corona Stays So Hot
  41. Two Newly-Discovered Exoplanets are Probably the Result of a Catastrophic Collision
  42. How Big Would a Generation Ship Need to be to Keep a Crew of 500 Alive for the Journe
  43. Weekly Space Hangout: Feb 6, 2019: Dr. Natalie Hinkel and “The Hypatia Catalog”
  44. ESA is Planning a Mission to the Smallest Spacerock Ever Visited: the Moon of an Aste
  45. The Milky Way is Actually Warped
  46. Comet Y1 Iwamoto Tops Out in February
  47. InSight Just Put a Windshield Over its Seismometer
  48. A Star’s Outburst is Releasing Organic Molecules Trapped in the ice Around it
  49. This is Kepler’s Final Image
  50. New SpaceX Raptor Engine Beats the Chamber Pressure of Russia’s RD-180 Engine, Accord
  51. New Horizons took this shot of MU69 as it sped away from its encounter
  52. Thanks to Gaia, We Now Know Exactly When We’ll be Colliding with Andromeda
  53. Here’s a Clever idea. Build Moon Bases in Craters and then Fill them in with Lunar Re
  54. Want to Move to Mars? A Round-Trip Ticket Will Only Cost $100,000 According to Elon M
  55. Weekly Space Hangout: Feb 13, 2019 – Luciano Iess of the Cassini Radio Science Team
  56. There’s Evidence that Mars is Still Volcanically Active
  57. Hubble Shows off the Atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune
  58. Another Enormous Crater Found Under the Ice in Greenland
  59. InSight has Placed its Heat Probe on the Martian Surface. The Next Step is to Jackham
  60. Mars One, the Plan to Make a Reality Show on Mars, is Bankrupt
  61. We Hate Long Goodbyes, But Opportunity has Earned One
  62. Land Heavier Payloads on Mars. Aim for the Ground and Then Pull up at the Last Moment
  63. British Satellite Tests its Space Junk Harpoon
  64. Carnival of Space #599
  65. Astronomy Cast Ep. 518: When the Universe tried to Declare War
  66. Messier 78 – the NGC 2068 Reflection Nebula