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Invest a Night in Vesta

Want to see a protoplanet? The asteroid 4 Vesta is easily visible in nothing more than a pair of binoculars this month.

Borderline Cat 5 Hurricane Joaquin Spied from International Space Station

Cat 4 Hurricane Joaquin captured on Oct. 2, 2015 by NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly from the International Space Station.

Atlas V Streaks to Orbit on 100th Successful Mission for ULA with Mexico’s Morelos-3

100th United Launch Alliance (ULA) rocket streaks to orbit with Atlas V booster carrying the Morelos-3 mission for Mexico from Space Launch Complex 41 on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida at 6:28 a.m.

Is There a Kraken in Kraken Mare? What Kind of Life Would We Find on Titan?

The left image shows a mosaic of images taken by the Cassini spacecraft in near infrared light. Titan’s polar seas are visible as sunlight glints off of them.

Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 2, 2015: Water on Mars, Photos of Charon, & More Space News Goodness

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Guests: Morgan Rehnberg ( / @MorganRehnberg ) Pamela Gay ( / @cosmoquestx / @starstryder) Kimberly Cartier (@AstroKimCartier ) (...) Read the rest of Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 2, 2015: Water on Mars, Photos of Charon, & More Space News Goodness (319 words) © Fraser for Universe Today, 2015.

Charon Suffered Surprisingly Titanic Upheavals in Fresh Imagery from New Horizons

Charon in Enhanced Color with Grand Canyon NASA’s New Horizons captured this high-resolution enhanced color view of Charon and its Grand Canyon just before closest approach on July 14, 2015.

US Braces for Cat 4 Hurricane as ‘Joaquin’ Barrels to East Coast and ULA Readies 100th Launch on Oct. 2

Video caption: This animation of images captured from September 29 to October 1, 2015 from NOAA’s GOES-East satellite shows Hurricane Joaquin become a major hurricane in the Bahamas.

New Nova Flares in Sagittarius – How to See it in Your Scope

The new nova in Sagittarius is located just above the Spout in the Teapot only 1/2 degree from the popular star cluster-dark nebula deep sky pair NGC 6520 and Barnard 86.

Scientists Tantalized as Dawn Yields Global Mineral and Topographic Maps of Ceres

This map-projected view of Ceres was created from images taken by NASA’s Dawn spacecraft during its high-altitude mapping orbit, in August and September, 2015.

Mobile Launcher Upgraded to Launch NASA’s Mammoth ‘Journey to Mars’ Rocket

Looking up from beneath the enlarged exhaust hole of the Mobile Launcher to the 380 foot-tall tower astronauts will ascend as their gateway for missions to the Moon, Asteroids and Mars.

Challenge-Watch the Daytime Moon Occult Aldebaran for North America This Friday

The Moon an Aldebaran shortly after the September 5th, 2015 occultation. Image credit and copyright: Mike Taylor How about that total lunar eclipse this past Sunday?

NASA Discovers Salty Liquid Water Flows Intermittently on Mars Today, Bolstering Chance for Life

These dark, narrow, 100 meter-long streaks called recurring slope lineae flowing downhill on Mars are inferred to have been formed by contemporary flowing water.

First Lunar Eclipse Ever Photographed with a Transit of the ISS

A montage of images taken during the lunar eclipse on September 28, 2015, as seen from Rambouillet, France.

A Bloody Beautiful Supermoon Eclipse!

“The red Moon did not disappoint tonight,” writes Arnar Kristjansson. Credit: Arnar Kristjansson Like some of you, I outran the clouds just in time to catch last night’s total lunar eclipse.

How to (Hopefully) Find Clear Skies for Tonight’s Total Lunar Eclipse

Weather looking a bit iffy tonight? Using the resources described below, you just might be able to escape the clouds.

Carnival of Space #425

Carnival of Space. Image by Jason Major. Welcome, come in to the 425th Carnival of Space!  The carnival is a community of space science and astronomy writers and bloggers, who submit their best work each week for your benefit.

What Color Is the Moon? A Simple Science Project For Sunday Night’s Eclipse

The Moon’s color can vary dramatically from one eclipse to another depending on how much dust, especially volcanic ash and aerosols, dirty up the stratosphere.The Danjon Scale numbers will help you estimate the color of Sunday night’s eclipse.

India’s Historic 1st Mission to Mars Celebrates 1 Year in Orbit at Red Planet

MOM celebrates 1 Year at Mars Olympus Mons, Tharsis Bulge trio of volcanoes and Valles Marineris from ISRO’s Mars Orbiter Mission.

Carnival Of Space #424

Carnival of Space. Image by Jason Major. This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Joe Latrell at his Photos To Space blog.

Weekly Space Hangout – Sept 25, 2015: Maggie Scholtz

Host: Fraser Cain (@fcain) Special Guests: Maggie Scholtz, who is a Mechanical Engineer working at JPL.