Space News: Page 3

This is page 3 of the space news archives.

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.

Dragonfly 44 Galaxy Consists Almost Entirely of Dark Matter (August 28, 2016): Astronomers say Dragonfly 44 is a dark Milky Way sized galaxy that consists almost entirely of dark matter.

Planet Found in Habitable Zone Around Nearest Star to Earth (August 24, 2016): Astronomers have found a planet with a mass similar to that of Earth in the habitable zone around Proxima Centauri, the nearest star to our Sun

Solar and Heliospheric Observatory Captures Passing Comet (August 4, 2016): The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) captured a comet traveling by the sun at 1.3 million miles per hour.

EPIC NASA Video Shows a Year of Life on Earth (July 24, 2016): NASA releases a video showing a year of life on Earth as seen by NASA's EPIC camera.

Ultra Sensitive Dark Matter Detector Unable to Detect Dark Matter (July 22, 2016): The world's most sensitive dark matter detector comes up empty after completing its search for dark matter.

Rocky Worlds Orbiting Star 40 Light Years From Earth Say Astronomers (July 20, 2016): Astronomers say there are three potentially habitable worlds orbiting a star located 40 light years from Earth.

Hubble Images a Secluded Starburst Galaxy (July 19, 2016): Hubble has imaged a secluded starburst galaxy called MCG+07-33-027. The starburst name means the galaxy is undergoing explosive star formation.

New MeerKAT Telescope Reveals Nearly 1300 New Galaxies (July 18, 2016): he new MeerKAT telescope in South Africa identified nearly 1300 previously unknown galaxies with its First LIght image.

Frankenstein Galaxy UGC 1382 Much Larger Than Previously Thought (July 16, 2016): Astronomers have found that galaxy UGC 1382 is much larger than previously thought. It is known as the Frankenstein Galaxy.

Astronomers Discover New Dwarf Planet Beyond Neptune (July 11, 2016): Astronomers have discovered a new dwarf planet beyond Neptune. It is named 2015 RR245.

NASA Plans Winged Aerobot to Explore Titan (July 9, 2016): Global Aerospace Corporation announced that it has been selected to develop a Winged Aerobot to explore Saturn's moon Titan.

Newly Discovered Planet HD 131399Ab Has Three Suns (July 7, 2016): Astronomers have discovered a new planet that is in a triple star system.

Juno Will Use Nine Science Instruments to Study Jupiter (July 6, 2016): Juno will use its payload of nine science instruments to study the planet Jupiter. It arrived in orbit around Jupiter on July 4th

Galaxy Kiso 5639 Resembles a Skyrocket in Hubble Image (June 30, 2016): Hubble has captured imagery of Kiso 5639 which is known as the Skyrocket galaxy.

Astronomers Discover Youngest Fully Formed Exoplanet Ever Detected (June 27, 2016): Astronomers using NASA's Kepler Space Telescope have discovered the youngest fully formed exoplanet ever detected to date.

Hubble Images Confirm Dark Vortex in Neptune's Atmosphere (June 23, 2016): Hubble images have confirmed there is a new dark spot on planet Neptune. The dark vortex is located in the planet's atmosphere.

Small Asteroid 2016 HO3 is a Quasi-Satellite of Earth (June 17, 2016): Small asteroid 2016 HO3 is a recently discovered asteroid that orbit that Earth and the sun.

Astronomers Think Planet 9 is From Another Star (June 1, 2016): Astronomers say Planet 9 is from another star was was not originally part of our solar system.

Astronomers Say Kepler-62f Might be Able to Sustain Life (May 27, 2016): Astronomers say Kepler-62f might be able to sustain life. It is 1,200 light-years from Earth.

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