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  1. SpaceX just launched 60 satellites for its Starlink Constellation. Internet service p
  2. Sen has Launched a 4K Video Stream to Space
  3. Theory proposes that Venus could have been habitable, but a large ocean slowed down i
  4. Catching a Ride on the Starlink Satellite Train: Midnight Marvel, or Night Sky Menace
  5. 18 – Yes, 18 – New Earth-sized Exoplanets have been Found in Kepler’s Data
  6. New layers of water ice have been found beneath Mars’ North Pole
  7. NASA’s Long-Term Climate Predictions have Proven to be Very Accurate, Within 1/20th o
  8. This Strange Feature on Mars was Probably the Result of an Ancient Volcanic Explosion
  9. Weekly Space Hangout: May 29, 2019 – Dr. Molly Peeples of the Space Telescope Science
  10. Different Conditions From Earth Drive the Movement of Sand Dunes on Mars
  11. Astronomers are Finding Binary Pairs of Stars Thrown out of Galaxies Together
  12. This is Where Mars 2020 Rover is Heading. From this Picture, I Think You Can Guess Wh
  13. A Very Rare Planet Discovered. Less Massive than Neptune, Hotter than Mercury. Very F
  14. Why do Some Hubble Images Have That Chunk Taken Out of the Corner?
  15. Curiosity has Found the Mother Lode of Clay on the Surface of Mars
  16. The First-Ever Film of a Total Solar Eclipse – in 1900 – was Just Discovered and Rest
  17. MOONRISE: Melting lunar regolith with lasers to build structures on the Moon
  18. Phew! James Webb passes its final thermal vacuum test. Still on track for 2021
  19. LEGO’s New Apollo 11 Lunar Lander has been Released
  20. Rovers on Mars should be searching for rocks that look like pasta – they’re almost ce
  21. Subaru Telescope Sees 1800 Supernovae
  22. NASA is building up a map of the entire sky seen in X-rays, line by line with its NIC
  23. Carnival of Space #614
  24. How Will NASA and ESA Handle Mars Samples When They Get Them Back to Earth?
  25. Weekly Space Hangout: June 5, 2019 – Jean Wright, NASA’s Seamstress to the Stars
  26. Is Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Vanishing as We Near Opposition 2019?
  27. Astronomers See Adorable Baby Planets Forming Around a Young Star
  28. Astronomers See an Enormous Coronal Mass Ejection… On Another Star!
  29. Engineers are Still Troubleshooting Why Mars InSight’s Mole is Stuck and Won’t Go Any
  30. A double asteroid came uncomfortably close this weekend. Here’s what astronomers saw
  31. There’s a Ring of Cool Gas Wrapped Around the Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole
  32. Europe is Working On a Reusable Space Transport System: Space Rider
  33. Don’t Worry About Asteroid 2006QV89. There’s Only a 1 in 7000 Chance It’ll Hit the Ea
  34. The Japanese asteroid-hunter had another photo opportunity when it dropped a target m
  35. You Can Use a Live Webcam to Watch NASA Build the Mars 2020 Rover
  36. Black hole simulation solves a mystery about their accretion disks
  37. Perfect Example of a Barred Spiral Galaxy, Seen Face On. This is What Our Milky Way M
  38. New observations from the Planck mission don’t resolve anomalies like the CMB “cold
  39. Carnival of Space #615
  40. Messier 87 – the Virgo A Supergiant Galaxy
  41. Ep. 533: Indigenous South African Astronomy
  42. That Explains a Lot. The Moon’s Largest Crater has a Chunk of Metal Embedded in it Th
  43. New Instrument is Searching for Planets Around Alpha Centauri
  44. It’s Been Exactly One Year Since Opportunity Sent This Final Message Home – on its 5,
  45. 1.2 billion years ago, a 1-km asteroid smashed into Scotland
  46. Apollo 10’s “Snoopy” Lunar Lander May Have Been Found in Space
  47. Weekly Space Hangout: June 12, 2019 – Mike Simmons of Astronomers Without Borders and
  48. Mimas Pushes Through Saturn’s Rings Like a Snowplow
  49. Ceres is a Strange Place, Including a Volcanic Peak 4,000 Meters High Made From Bubbl
  50. An Orbit Map of the Solar System
  51. In order to reveal planets around another star, a starshade needs to fly 40,000 km aw
  52. This is What the Ground Looked Like After InSight Landed on Mars
  53. Saltwater Similar to the Earth’s Oceans has been Seen on Europa. Another Good Reason
  54. Robotic asteroid mining spacecraft wins a grant from NASA
  55. Satellites Equipped With a Tether Would be Able to De-Orbit Themselves at the end of
  56. Earth has a Water Cycle. Mars has a Dust Cycle
  57. Inflatable Heat Shield Could Deliver Heavy Payloads to Worlds With a Thick Atmosphere
  58. Martian Clouds Might Start with Meteor Trails Through the Atmosphere
  59. Weekly Space Hangout: June 19, 2019 – Corey Gray, Lead Operator at the LIGO Hanford O
  60. Carnival of Space #616
  61. New Ideas to Reduce Muscle Loss During Spaceflight
  62. This is the Closest OSIRIS-REx has Gotten to Bennu. Just 680 Meters Above the Asteroi
  63. The Earliest Example of Merging Galaxies Ever Found
  64. Competition Will Let You Name an Exoplanet
  65. Two Earthlike Worlds Found Orbiting a Red Dwarf Only 12.5 Light-Years Away
  66. Stunning Image Shows How Saturn’s Tiny Moon Sculpts the Planet’s Rings
  67. Want to Find Aliens? The Largest Dataset in the History of SETI has Been Released to
  68. Enceladus is Filled with Tasty Food for Bacteria
  69. Deep Space Atomic Clocks Will Help Spacecraft Answer, with Incredible Precision, if T
  70. NASA Model Shows Greenland’s Ice Sheet Will Disappear Over the Next 1000 Years, Raisi
  71. Messier 88 – the NGC 4501 Spiral Galaxy