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The Only Radio Antenna Capable of Communicating with Voyager 2 Came Back Online During Repairs and Upgrades. Contact Re-established

   06 Nov 00:00:04  |  Universe Today

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Weekly Space Hangout: November 4, 2020 ? Pranvera Hyseni, Astronomy Outreach of Kosovo

   06 Nov 00:00:04  |  Universe Today

This week we are excited to welcome Pranvera Hyseni (Pran) to the Weekly Space Hangout. Pran is a celebrated science popularizer and the founder of ?Astronomy Outreach of Kosovo? (AOK). She completed her B.A. in geography in 2019 at the University of Pristina, and now she?s pursuing her Master?s in Planetary Science at the University …
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Astronauts and explorers on Mars could eat lab-grown steaks

   05 Nov 00:00:14  |  Universe Today

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Even older red dwarf stars are pumping out a surprising amount of deadly radiation at their planets

   05 Nov 00:00:13  |  Universe Today

Most of the potentially habitable exoplanets we’ve discovered orbit small red dwarf stars. Red dwarfs make up about 75% of the stars in our galaxy. Only about 7.5% of stars are g-type like our Sun. As we look for life on other worlds, red dwarfs would seem to be their most likely home. But red …
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Sample? stowed

   04 Nov 00:00:15  |  Universe Today

NASA’s Osiris Rex mission has just reached a major milestone with a successful collection of a sample of material from the asteroid Bennu. Now the material is safely stowed and on its way back to Earth. The asteroid belt is the solar system’s ultimate time capsule. The rocky debris scattered across all those millions of …
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An Extreme Simulation of the Universe?s First Stars

   04 Nov 00:00:15  |  Universe Today

An international team of astronomers has conducted an extreme simulation that modeled what the formation of the first stars looked like.
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New Scans Give us a Better View of the Metal Asteroid Psyche

   03 Nov 00:00:19  |  Universe Today

In 2022, NASA will launch a spacecraft to asteroid Psyche (16 Psyche), one of the largest in the asteroid belt, and the only known asteroid to be composed almost entirely of metals like iron and nickel. Now, scientists have taken a new look at Psyche using the Hubble Space Telescope, conducting the first ultraviolet observations …
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How did the Earth get its water? The answer might be found on Mercury

   03 Nov 00:00:19  |  Universe Today

I don’t know if you’ve noticed by now, but the Earth is a little bit wet. How Earth got all its water is one of the major mysteries in the formation of the solar system, and a team of Japanese researchers have just uncovered a major clue. But not on Earth – the clue is …
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NASA releases new spooky space-themed posters about extreme places in the Universe

   02 Nov 00:00:08  |  Universe Today

While ghouls and goblins may provide the ghastly delights many of us associate with this time of year, NASA has just released a series of spooky space-themed posters that are more unearthly than any monsters or scary stories told around terrestrial campfires. This year for Halloween, the space agency has released a series of spine-tingling …
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Something other than just gravity is contributing to the shape of dark matter halos

   02 Nov 00:00:08  |  Universe Today

Galactic dark matter is in a state of maximum entropy, which means it must interact with itself.
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