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  1. A Distant Asteroid Collision Gave Earthly Biodiversity An Ancient Boost
  2. Musk Shares the Latest Progress on the Starship Prototypes
  3. Enceladus Causes Snowfall On Other Moons of Saturn
  4. Hayabusa 2 has one Last Lander it’s Going to Throw at Ryugu
  5. Rosetta Saw Collapsing Cliffs and Other Changes on 67P During its Mission
  6. Venus Could Have Supported Life for Billions of Years
  7. Elliptical Galaxy Messier 110 Has a Surprising Core of Hot Blue Stars
  8. Carnival of Space #630
  9. Planet Mars, From Pole to Pole
  10. Better Than Earth? Are There Superhabitable Worlds In The Milky Way?
  11. SpaceX Starship Gets Some Fins
  12. Messier 92 – the NGC 6341 Globular Cluster
  13. Just How Feasible is a Warp Drive?
  14. Lockheed Wins the Contract to Build Six More Orion Capsules
  15. Weekly Space Hangout: September 25, 2019 – Seth Lockman & Aaron Lockman: The Astronom
  16. This Summer’s Asteroid Near-Miss Helped Greenlight NASA’s NEOCam Mission to Search th
  17. Astronauts Explore Caves on Earth, Learning the Skills They’ll Need for the Moon and
  18. Shape-shifting Robots Like These Could Be Just What We Need to Explore Titan
  19. WFIRST Gets its Coronagraph, to Block the Light of Stars and Reveal Their Planets
  20. Astronomers Have Found a Place With Three Supermassive Black Holes Orbiting Around Ea
  21. Mice That Spend a Month in Space Were Able to Reproduce Once They Got Back to Earth
  22. New Technique for Estimating the Mass of a Black Hole
  23. Musk Presents the Orbital Starship Prototype. Flights will Begin in Six Months
  24. Tracking Twilight: ‘Purple Sunset Effect’ Seen Worldwide
  25. Confirmed. Fossils That Formed 3.5 billion Years Ago, Really are Fossils. The Oldest
  26. A Red Dwarf Star Has a Jupiter-Like Planet. So Massive it Shouldn’t Exist, and Yet, T
  27. Carnival of Space #631
  28. What Will It Take To Feed A Million People On Mars?
  29. India’s Crashed Lander is In This Picture, Somewhere
  30. Elon Musk Shows us What’s Inside the Starship
  31. Weekly Space Hangout: October 2, 2019 – Geoff Notkin, President of the National Spac
  32. Nine Astronauts from Four Different Space Agencies are on the International Space Sta
  33. Exoplanet Orbits its Star Every 18 Hours. The Quickest Ever Found
  34. China’s Lander Successfully Grew Some Cotton Plants on the Moon. Fruit Flies and Pota
  35. Is the Milky Way Gaining or Losing Mass?
  36. InSight Has Already Detected 21 Marsquakes
  37. Juno is Afraid to Death of Jupiter’s Shadow. So it Fired its Thruster for Over 10 Hou
  38. Here’s NASA’s New Plan to Get InSight’s Temperature Probe Into Mars
  39. Hayabusa 2 Has Sent its Last Rover to Ryugu
  40. Astronomers Find Cyanide Gas in Interstellar Object 2I/Borisov, but Don’t Panic Like
  41. NASA is Going to Test 25 New Technologies in Upcoming Aircraft, Balloon and Sub-Orbit
  42. The Raw Materials for Amino Acids – Which are the Raw Materials for Life – Were Found
  43. NASA is Working on Electric Airplanes
  44. Carnival of Space #632
  45. Astronomers Find 20 – Yes 20 – New Moons for Saturn
  46. Curiosity Finds A Region of Ancient Dried Mud. It Could Have Been an Oasis Billions o
  47. Power Grids and Satellites Are More at Risk from Extreme Solar Storms Than We Thought
  48. They’ve Got Spacesuits that Fit Now. Christina Koch and Jessica Meir Will Spacewalk o
  49. Weekly Space Hangout: October 7, 2019 – Marina Kounkel talks Stars and How They Form
  50. This is What Moondust Looks Like When You Remove All the Oxygen. A Pile of Metal
  51. Lava Flows on Venus Suggest That the Planet Was Never Warm and Wet
  52. A Satellite Just Launched Whose Job is to Extend the Life of Geosynchronous Satellite
  53. This Dried Up Riverbed Shows that Water Once Flowed on the Surface of Mars
  54. Carnival of Space #633
  55. NASA Has a New, All-Electric Airplane
  56. It Looks Like it’s Working! NASA InSight’s Mole is Making Progress Again Thanks to th
  57. Robotic Spiders to Explore the Moon? Yes, Please!
  58. Planet Sizes Matter for Habitability Too.
  59. NASA Engineer Has A Great Idea for a High-Speed Spacedrive. Too Bad it Violates the L
  60. Weekly Space Hangout: October 16, 2019 – Jeffrey Kargel Talks Climate Change on Earth
  61. SpaceX Files a Request to Launch Another 30,000 Satellites for Starlink, on Top of th
  62. Some Quasars Shine With the Light of Over a Trillion Stars
  63. NASA’s New Lunar Spacesuit is Going to be a Lot More Comfortable for Astronauts
  64. An Army of Tiny Robots Could Assemble Huge Structures in Space
  65. Here’s the Picture We’ve Been Waiting for. Hubble’s Photo of Interstellar Comet 2I/Bo