Space News: Page 2

This is page 2 of the space news archives.

Amputated Flatworm Regenerated Into Double-Headed Worm While Traveling in Space (June 13, 2017): Scientists discovered that an amputated flatworm regenerated into a double-headed flatworm during a trip on the Space Station.

NASA Unveils Mars Rover Concept Vehicle (June 10, 2017): NASA unveiled a cool looking black Mars Rover concept vehicle at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex earlier this week.

NASA to Send Solar Probe Directly Into Sun's Atmosphere (May 31, 2017): NASA has announced a mission that will send a solar probe directly into the atmosphere of the sun. It will launch in summer 2018.

JunoCam Image Shows Multiple Storms Over Jupiter's South Pole (May 27, 2017): The JunoCam instrument on NASA's Jupiter spacecraft has revealed multiple oval-shaped storms over Jupiter's south pole.

NASA Video Shows Cassini Spacecraft's Saturn Dive (May 4, 2017): NASA releases video showing Cassini spacecraft's dive through the gap betweeen Saturn and its rings.

The Boring Company Releases Video of Underground Transportation System (May 4, 2017): The Boring Company has released a video showing its futuristic vision for an underground highway system.

Stephen Hawking Warns Humans Have 100 Years to Leave Earth (May 3, 2017): Stephen Hawking is warning humans have just 100 years left to leave Earth and colonize another planet.

Astronomers Use ALMA to Investigate DeeDee Planetary Body (April 18, 2017): Astronomers are using ALMA to learn more about the planetary body named DeeDee, a recently discovered far-flung member of our solar system.

NASA: Ingredients For Life Found at Saturn's Moon Enceladus (April 13, 2017): NASA has found the ingredients for life at Saturn's moon Enceladus. NASA's Cassini spacecraft discovered hydrogen in the particles spraying from the moon.

NASA Reveals New Images of Saturn's Moon Pan (March 11, 2017): NASA has shared new images of Saturn's moon Pan. The shape has been compared to a fried egg, ravioli and empanada by space writers.

SpaceX to Send Private Citizens on a Trip Around the Moon in 2018 (February 27, 2017): SpaceX plans to send private citizens on a trip around the Moon in 2018. SpaceX will use its upcoming Crew Dragon spacecraft.

NASA Telescope Finds Seven Earth-Sized Planets in Habitable Zone Around a Single Star (February 22, 2017): Seven Earth-sized planets in the habitable zone have been found around a single star. The system is called TRAPPIST-1

Astronomers and Citizen Scientists Discover Oldest Known Planet-Forming Disk (October 21, 2016): Astronomers have found a star with the oldest known circumstellar disk. The red dwarf star is about 45 million years old.

Hubble Directly Images Possible Water Plumes on Europa (September 26, 2016): Hubble has directly imaged what may possibly be plumes of water on Jupiter's moon Europa.

NASA's WISE Satellite Observes Flares from Stellar Tidal Disruption Events (September 19, 2016): Astronomers have been studying data of flares from stellar tidal distruption events gathered by NASA's WISE satellite.

ESA's Gaia Satellite Maps Over 1 Billion Stars (September 14, 2016): The ESA has released the largest sky survey of celestial objects to date. It contains over 1 billion stars.

Astronomers Discover 63 Previously Unknown Quasars From Ancient Universe (September 12, 2016): A new research paper presents the largest sample yet of distant quasars, nearly doubling the number of ancient quasars previously known.

Rare Daylight Fireball Observed Over North Carolina (September 9, 2016): A rare daylight fireball event was observed over North Carolina yesterday.

SpaceX Falcon 9 Rocket Explodes on Launch Pad at Cape Canaveral (September 1, 2016): A SpaceX rocket exploded on the launch pad at Cape Canaveral. There was a mission scheduled for later today.

Scientists Complete Yearlong Mars Simulation in Hawaii (August 28, 2016): Scientists have completed a yearlong Mars simulation. They lived in a dome on Mauna Loa, Hawaii for the entire period.

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