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Skywatcher and Satellite Tracker Photographs US Air Force?s Secret Space Plane in Orbit!

   10 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

A satellite tracker from The Netherlands recently spotted and photographed the USAF's elusive and top-secret X-37B space plane.
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Mars? North Pole is Doing the Dust Storms Thing Again

   10 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

It’s easy to take for granted the detailed, almost real-time knowledge of Mars that we have at our fingertips. After all, in the not-too-distant past, Mars was largely mysterious. All we had were ground-based images of the planet. Now? Now we have daily weather reports and images of dust storms. Martian dust storms are one …
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The ESA?s SpaceBok Robot Will Hop Its Way Around Low-Gravity Worlds

   09 Jul 01:00:02  |  Universe Today

The ESA is helping a group of students from Zurich test and develop their hopping exploration robot. Called SpaceBok, the robot is designed to operate on low-gravity bodies like the Moon or asteroids. It’s based on the concept of ‘dynamic walking’, something that animals on Earth use. Rovers like Spirit, Opportunity, and Curiosity have done …
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A Jarful of Titan Could Teach Us A Lot About Life There, and Here On Earth

   09 Jul 01:00:02  |  Universe Today

Titan is a distant, exotic, and dangerous world. It’s frigid temperatures and hydrocarbon chemistry is like nothing else in the Solar System. Now that NASA is heading there, some researchers are getting a jump on the mission by recreating Titan’s chemistry in jars. In June NASA announced their Dragonfly mission to Titan. Dragonfly is a …
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Fraser and John Michael Godier Debate the Fermi Paradox

   08 Jul 01:00:02  |  Universe Today

As many of you are no doubt aware, our noble publisher, Fraser Cain, occasionally has the opportunity to sit down with some fellow great minds and discussion/debate issues that are relevant to space, exploration, and astronomy today. Most recently, this included an extended debate with noted author, futurists and Youtube sensation John Michael Godier. The …
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Carnival of Space #618

   07 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brian Wang at his Next Big Future blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #618 And if you?re interested in looking back, here?s an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space. If you?ve got a space-related blog, you should really join the carnival. Just email an entry …
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Airplane Contrails are Contributing to Global Warming Too

   07 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

To the scientifically uninitiated, it might seem like a frivolous idea: That those slight, wispy clouds that trail behind jet aircraft at such high altitudes could contribute to climate change. But they do. Scientists love to measure things, and when they measured these contrails, which is short for condensation trails, they found bad news. Though …
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Hubble has a Brand New Picture of the Massive Star Eta Carinae. It Could Detonate as a Supernova Any Day Now

   06 Jul 01:00:02  |  Universe Today

7500 light years away is an object that (almost) needs no introduction: Eta Carinae. If you haven’t heard of it you should be following Universe Today more. Eta Carinae is a well-known and often-studied object in astronomy, partly because it’s prone to the kind of violent outbursts that really grab your attention. Humanity started its …
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Orion Capsule Passes Key Launch Abort Test. Next Stop: The Moon!

   06 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

NASA recently conducted their second test of the Orion's Abort Launch System (ALS), bringing them one step closer to returning to the Moon in 2024.
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Where Does Mars? Methane Go? New Study Provides Possible Answer, with Implications in the Search for Life.

   05 Jul 01:00:01  |  Universe Today

A new study from Aarhus University offers new insight into what is making Mars' methane "disappear" - with serious implications in the search for life.
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