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The Methane Released From the Damaged Nord Stream Pipeline is Visible From Space

   08 Oct 20:00:13  |  Universe Today

On September 26, 2022, leaks were discovered in the underwater Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines, located near Denmark and Sweden. Both pipelines are owned by Russia and were built to transport natural gas from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea. Officials have said the leaks were caused by deliberate action, not accidents, …
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Ads Taking Over Night Sky, DART Aftermath, Best JWST Image

   08 Oct 20:00:13  |  Universe Today

Dimorphos grows a tail. More Europa pictures from Juno. The horrifying possibility of ads in the night sky. Why Jupiter?s atmosphere is surprisingly hot. For those of you who just want to sit back and enjoy the space news, here’s the latest episode of Space Bites on YouTube. Don’t forget to give the video a …
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Binary Stars Live Complicated Lives, Especially Near the End

   07 Oct 20:00:11  |  Universe Today

We know what will happen to our Sun. It’ll follow the same path other stars of its ilk follow. It’ll start running out of hydrogen, swell up and cool and turn red. It’ll be a red giant, and eventually, it’ll become so voluminous that it will consume the planets closest to it and render Earth …
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Webb and Hubble Work Together to Reveal This Spectacular Galaxy Pair ? and Several Bonuses!

   07 Oct 20:00:11  |  Universe Today

What?s better than a pair of galaxies observed by a pair of iconic space telescopes? The answer to that, according to researchers using the Hubble and James Webb Space Telescopes, is finding even more galaxies and other remarkable details no one expected in the duo?s observations. ?Galaxies in the foreground, background, deep background, and into …
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Astronomers see Tantalizing Evidence for one of the First Stars to Form in the Universe

   06 Oct 20:00:08  |  Universe Today

In a recent study, a team led by the University of Tokyo believe they have found remnant material of one of the first stars in our Universe.
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NASA had Been Designing Lunar Bases for Decades Before Armstrong First Set Foot on the Moon

   06 Oct 20:00:07  |  Universe Today

It’s only natural to look at the Moon and wonder what it would be like to live there. Thanks to Buzz Aldrin who landed there in 1969, we know it’s a magnificent desolation. Even before the Apollo missions science fiction writers and scientists knew how desolate the place was. But, as far back as the …
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A Year After a Failed Launch, Firefly Reaches Orbit and Deploys Satellites

   05 Oct 20:00:03  |  Universe Today

Commercial space company Firefly Aerospace successfully launched its Alpha rocket for the first time last weekend, reaching orbit and deploying three satellites. While the latest determination of the satellites’ orbit reveals they may have not been placed in the correct orbit, the company appears to consider the orbit high enough to be considered a success. …
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How Should the World?s Governments Respond if We Detect an Alien Civilization

   05 Oct 20:00:03  |  Universe Today

Science fiction is the realm where people traditionally wrestle with the idea of contact with an ETI (Extraterrestrial Intelligence.) But now, those discussions are migrating from science fiction into more serious realms. Academics are going back and forth, one paper at a time, concerning the response and geopolitical fallout from potential contact with an ETI. …
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Underground Liquid Water Detected on Mars? Maybe not

   04 Oct 20:00:04  |  Universe Today

New research from Cornell University shows that radar reading from Mars' South Pole region may not have been caused by an underground lake.
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27 to 78 cm of sea Level Rise Could be Locked in From Melting Greenland ice Caps

   04 Oct 20:00:04  |  Universe Today

Recent climate research, published in the Nature Climate Change journal has confirmed that melting icecaps in Greenland will contribute a minimum of 27cm rise in ocean levels even if we collectively stop burning fossil fuels immediately. We have reached a “point of no return”. And what makes it worse is that this is the most …
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