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NASA's Spacecraft Reveals How Jupiter's Lightning Resembles Earth's

NASA's spacecraft reveals how Jupiter's lightning resembles earth's as water clouds akin to those on Earth shows up beneath the hazy brown ammonia clouds enveloping Jupiter. In a mesmerizing display witnessed by various spacecraft, including NASA's Juno probe, lightning frequently illuminates these depths.
Kenzo Norman
May 26, 2023

NASA's Spacecraft Reveals How Jupiter's Lightning Resembles Earth's

NASA's Spacecraft Reveals How Jupiter's Lightning Resembles Earth's

NASA's spacecraft reveals how Jupiter's lightning resembles earth's as water clouds akin to those on Earth shows up beneath the hazy brown ammonia clouds enveloping Jupiter. In a mesmerizing display witnessed by various spacecraft, including NASA's Juno probe, lightning frequently illuminates these depths.
NASA's spacecraft reveals how Jupiter's lightning resembles earth's as water clouds akin to those on Earth shows up beneath the hazy brown ammonia clouds enveloping Jupiter. In a mesmerizing display witnessed by various spacecraft, including NASA's Juno probe, lightning frequently illuminates these depths.
Kenzo Norman
May 26, 2023

NASA Discovers Crashed Japanese Moon Lander

NASA Discovers Crashed Japanese Moon Lander

NASA discovers crashed Japanese moon lander as ispace's ambitious endeavor to become the first private company to achieve a successful lunar landing had an undeniable impact. NASA's space telescope, positioned in orbit around the Moon, captured the visible evidence of the vehicle's collision with the lunar surface.
NASA discovers crashed Japanese moon lander as ispace's ambitious endeavor to become the first private company to achieve a successful lunar landing had an undeniable impact. NASA's space telescope, positioned in orbit around the Moon, captured the visible evidence of the vehicle's collision with the lunar surface.
Hajra Shannon
May 24, 2023

Historic SpaceX Mission Successfully Docks With Space Station

Historic SpaceX Mission Successfully Docks With Space Station

Historic SpaceX mission successfully docks with space station, as a momentous weeklong mission commenced as a SpaceX capsule successfully connected to the International Space Station (ISS), carrying a renowned former NASA astronaut and three individuals who paid for the extraordinary opportunity.
Historic SpaceX mission successfully docks with space station, as a momentous weeklong mission commenced as a SpaceX capsule successfully connected to the International Space Station (ISS), carrying a renowned former NASA astronaut and three individuals who paid for the extraordinary opportunity.
William Willis
May 23, 2023

Axiom's SpaceX Mission Sets To Launch Four Passengers To The International Space Station

Axiom's SpaceX Mission Sets To Launch Four Passengers To The International Space Station

Axiom's SpaceX mission sets to launch four passengers to the International Space Station as it prepares to launch a mission called AX-2, organized by the Houston-based company. The four passengers, including three paying customers, will go on a weeklong journey to the International Space Station (ISS).
Axiom's SpaceX mission sets to launch four passengers to the International Space Station as it prepares to launch a mission called AX-2, organized by the Houston-based company. The four passengers, including three paying customers, will go on a weeklong journey to the International Space Station (ISS).
Paula M. Graham
May 22, 2023

SpaceX's Axiom-2 Mission Nears Launch For International Space Station

SpaceX's Axiom-2 Mission Nears Launch For International Space Station

SpaceX's Axiom-2 mission nears launch for International Space Station after receiving approval from NASA and favorable weather conditions. The Launch Readiness Review was completed on May 20, and liftoff is scheduled for May 21 at 5:37pm EDT (2:37pm PDT) from NASA Kennedy Space Center's launch complex 39A, a historic site for numerous manned space missions.
SpaceX's Axiom-2 mission nears launch for International Space Station after receiving approval from NASA and favorable weather conditions. The Launch Readiness Review was completed on May 20, and liftoff is scheduled for May 21 at 5:37pm EDT (2:37pm PDT) from NASA Kennedy Space Center's launch complex 39A, a historic site for numerous manned space missions.
Paula M. Graham
May 21, 2023

Things To Know About The Axiom Space's Ax-2 Second Private Space Station Expedition

Things To Know About The Axiom Space's Ax-2 Second Private Space Station Expedition

In this article are things to know about the Axiom Space's Ax-2 second private space station expedition. Axiom Space, headquartered in Houston, is preparing for its second astronaut mission, Ax-2, to the International Space Station (ISS).
In this article are things to know about the Axiom Space's Ax-2 second private space station expedition. Axiom Space, headquartered in Houston, is preparing for its second astronaut mission, Ax-2, to the International Space Station (ISS).
Paula M. Graham
May 18, 2023

How To Witness The "Da Vinci Glow" Illuminating The Crescent Moon This Week

How To Witness The "Da Vinci Glow" Illuminating The Crescent Moon This Week

How to witness the "Da Vinci Glow" illuminating the crescent moon this week as observers of the night sky may notice a subtle, ethereal radiance enveloping the moon. Dubbed the "Da Vinci glow," this phenomenon pays homage to Leonardo Da Vinci, the renowned artist and inventor.
How to witness the "Da Vinci Glow" illuminating the crescent moon this week as observers of the night sky may notice a subtle, ethereal radiance enveloping the moon. Dubbed the "Da Vinci glow," this phenomenon pays homage to Leonardo Da Vinci, the renowned artist and inventor.
Rhyley Carney
May 17, 2023

New DNA Map Of Humans Captures Richness Of Diversity In Life

New DNA Map Of Humans Captures Richness Of Diversity In Life

New DNA map of humans captures richness of diversity in life as several past discoveries come into play. Twenty years ago, an international team of scientists accomplished a remarkable feat by mapping nearly the entire human genome, revealing the genetic code of human life.
New DNA map of humans captures richness of diversity in life as several past discoveries come into play. Twenty years ago, an international team of scientists accomplished a remarkable feat by mapping nearly the entire human genome, revealing the genetic code of human life.
William Willis
May 15, 2023

Startup Vast And SpaceX Collaborate To Launch The First Commercial Space Station Into Orbit

Startup Vast And SpaceX Collaborate To Launch The First Commercial Space Station Into Orbit

Startup Vast and SpaceX collaborate to launch the first commercial space station into orbit. Vast, a new entrant in the field of privatized spaceflight and a California-based startup announced plans to transport passengers to and from the proposed space station, although the cost of such trips remains unknown.
Startup Vast and SpaceX collaborate to launch the first commercial space station into orbit. Vast, a new entrant in the field of privatized spaceflight and a California-based startup announced plans to transport passengers to and from the proposed space station, although the cost of such trips remains unknown.
Tyrese Griffin
May 11, 2023

Researchers Discover A Reason For Accelerated Ice Melting In Greenland

Researchers Discover A Reason For Accelerated Ice Melting In Greenland

Researchers discover a reason for accelerated ice melting in Greenland as the University of California, Irvine and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory conduct a study of the Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland, revealing a new way in which the ice and ocean interact.
Researchers discover a reason for accelerated ice melting in Greenland as the University of California, Irvine and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory conduct a study of the Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland, revealing a new way in which the ice and ocean interact.
Paula M. Graham
May 10, 2023

NASA Launches Two Satellites To Study Tropical Storms

NASA Launches Two Satellites To Study Tropical Storms

NASA launches two satellites to study tropical storms as Rocket Lab successfully launched two cubesats on Sunday as part of the Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) mission. The cubesats, each the size of a toaster, will provide hourly updates on typhoon and hurricane development to improve forecasting and gain insights into how tropical storms evolve and intensify.
NASA launches two satellites to study tropical storms as Rocket Lab successfully launched two cubesats on Sunday as part of the Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation Structure and Storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) mission. The cubesats, each the size of a toaster, will provide hourly updates on typhoon and hurricane development to improve forecasting and gain insights into how tropical storms evolve and intensify.
Mariella Blankenship
May 08, 2023

First Observation Of A Giant Star Destroying A Planet Made Possible By NEOWISE

First Observation Of A Giant Star Destroying A Planet Made Possible By NEOWISE

First observation of a giant star destroying a planet made possible by NEOWISE as astronomers using the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) at the California Institute of Technology’s (Caltech) and NASA’s Near-Earth Object Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) have observed an aging star destroying a planet within its own star system.
First observation of a giant star destroying a planet made possible by NEOWISE as astronomers using the Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF) at the California Institute of Technology’s (Caltech) and NASA’s Near-Earth Object Wide Field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) have observed an aging star destroying a planet within its own star system.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
May 08, 2023

Astronomers Have Observed A Rare Event Where A Star Consumed A Nearby Planet

Astronomers Have Observed A Rare Event Where A Star Consumed A Nearby Planet

Astronomers have observed a rare event where a star consumed a nearby planet in our own galaxy, located around 12,000 light-years away near the constellation Aquila. The star experienced a sudden outburst, becoming more than 100 times brighter in just 10 days before fading away, followed by a colder, longer-lasting signal.
Astronomers have observed a rare event where a star consumed a nearby planet in our own galaxy, located around 12,000 light-years away near the constellation Aquila. The star experienced a sudden outburst, becoming more than 100 times brighter in just 10 days before fading away, followed by a colder, longer-lasting signal.
Paula M. Graham
May 04, 2023

A Suborbital Rocket Carrying A NASA Astronaut's Cremated Remains Explodes After Launch

A Suborbital Rocket Carrying A NASA Astronaut's Cremated Remains Explodes After Launch

A suborbital rocket carrying a NASA astronaut's cremated remains explodes after launch. The rocket from UP Aerospace failed shortly after launch on May 1, exploding over the New Mexico desert just seconds after liftoff.
A suborbital rocket carrying a NASA astronaut's cremated remains explodes after launch. The rocket from UP Aerospace failed shortly after launch on May 1, exploding over the New Mexico desert just seconds after liftoff.
Paula M. Graham
May 04, 2023

NASA Hacks Voyager 2 To Keep The 45-Year-Old Probe Studying Interstellar Space

NASA Hacks Voyager 2 To Keep The 45-Year-Old Probe Studying Interstellar Space

NASA hacks Voyager 2 to keep the 45-Year-Old probe studying interstellar space after a glitch caused it to shut down unexpectedly. The spacecraft, which was launched in 1977, is one of NASA's most iconic missions, and it has been sending back valuable data about the universe for more than 45 years.
NASA hacks Voyager 2 to keep the 45-Year-Old probe studying interstellar space after a glitch caused it to shut down unexpectedly. The spacecraft, which was launched in 1977, is one of NASA's most iconic missions, and it has been sending back valuable data about the universe for more than 45 years.
Paula M. Graham
Apr 30, 2023

Japanese Moon Lander Might Have Crashed On The Moon's Surface

Japanese Moon Lander Might Have Crashed On The Moon's Surface

Japanese moon lander might have crashed on the Moon's surface. The Japanese firm aiming to execute a unique private landing on the Moon has stated the communication link was severed with Hakuto-R just before it was supposed to land at about 16:40 GMT on Tuesday.
Japanese moon lander might have crashed on the Moon's surface. The Japanese firm aiming to execute a unique private landing on the Moon has stated the communication link was severed with Hakuto-R just before it was supposed to land at about 16:40 GMT on Tuesday.
Rhyley Carney
Apr 26, 2023

Severe Solar Storm Creates Dazzling Auroras Farther South

Severe Solar Storm Creates Dazzling Auroras Farther South

Severe solar storm creates dazzling auroras farther South which were visible than usual. The auroras, also known as Northern Lights, are a natural phenomenon that occurs when charged particles from the sun collide with the Earth's atmosphere, creating a colorful display of lights in the sky.
Severe solar storm creates dazzling auroras farther South which were visible than usual. The auroras, also known as Northern Lights, are a natural phenomenon that occurs when charged particles from the sun collide with the Earth's atmosphere, creating a colorful display of lights in the sky.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Apr 25, 2023
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