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Stable Lava Tube Could Provide a Potential Human Habitat on the Moon


On October 5th, 2017, Vice President Mike Pence announced the Trump administration’s plan to return astronauts to the Moon.

Metal-Eating Bacteria Could Have Left their “Fingerprints” on Mars, Proving it Once Hosted Life


Today, there are multiple lines of evidence that indicate that during the Noachian period (ca. 4.1 to 3.7 billion years ago), microorganisms could have existed on the surface of Mars.

Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 18, 2017: Weekly News Roundup

Hosts: Fraser Cain (universetoday.com / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Dr.

Flowing Water on Mars Likely Cold and Frosty, Says New Study


Thanks to decades of exploration using robotic orbiter missions, landers and rovers, scientists are certain that billions of years ago, liquid water flowed on the surface of Mars.

Twice Flown SpaceX Booster Sails Proudly into Port Canaveral at Sunrise 3 Days After Sunset Launch and Droneship Landing


Reflown SpaceX Falcon 9 first stage booster arrives at sunrise atop OCISLY droneship being towed into the mouth of Port Canaveral, FL on Oct.

Messier 58 – the NGC 4579 Barred Spiral Galaxy


Welcome back to Messier Monday! Today, we continue in our tribute to our dear friend, Tammy Plotner, by looking at the barred spiral galaxy, Messier 58.

Scientists Find Evidence of Extreme Methane Storms On Titan


Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is a mysterious place; and the more we learn about it, the more surprises it seems to have in store.

First Cosmic Event Observed in Both Gravitational Waves and Light


About 130 million years ago, in a galaxy far away, two neutron stars collided. The cataclysmic crash produced gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of space and time.

Carnival of Space #531

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brad Rogers at The Evolving Planet blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #531.

Clandestine Black Ops NRO Satellite Launches into the Black over Florida Spaceport Skies on ULA Atlas V on 5th Try


United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket streaks to orbit in this long duration exposure carrying covert NROL-52 payload for the National Reconnaissance Office after lift off from Space Launch Complex-41 on Oct.

Musk’s Era of Routinely Re-flown Rockets (ala SpaceX) a ‘Major Sea Change Getting Closer Every Day’ Says SES CTO Halliwell: SES-11 Launch Gallery


SpaceX Falcon 9 recycled rocket lifts off at sunset at 6:53 PM EDT on 11 Oct 2017 carrying SES-11/EchoStar 105 HDTV commercial comsat to geosynchronous transfer orbit from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, FL- as seen from the pad perimeter.

NASA Undeterred by the Threat of Space Radiation


When it comes to planning missions to Mars and other distant locations in the Solar System, the threat posed by radiation has become something of an elephant in the room.

Astronomers Find the Missing Normal Matter in the Universe, Still Looking for Dark Matter, Though


For decades, the predominant cosmological model used by scientists has been based on the theory that in addition to baryonic matter – aka.

Debris Disks Around Stars Could Point the Way to Giant Exoplanets


According to current estimates, there could be as many as 100 billion planets in the Milky Way Galaxy alone.

Ancient Hydrothermal Vents Found on Mars, Could Have Been a Cradle for Life


It is now a well-understood fact that Mars once had quite a bit of liquid water on its surface. In fact, according to a recent estimate, a large sea in Mars’ southern hemisphere once held almost 10 times as much water as all of North America’s Great Lakes combined.

Tales of the King: Watch as the Moon Occults Regulus for North America This Weekend


The Moon occults Regulus on July 25th, 2017. The Moon also occulted the star shortly after the August 21st total solar eclipse.

SpaceX Stages Stunning Sunset Blastoff as Recycled Falcon 9 Soars to Orbit with SES/EchoStar HDTV Sat; Booster Re-Lands at Sea


SpaceX Falcon 9 recycled rocket lifts off at sunset at 6:53 PM EDT on 11 Oct 2017 carrying SES-11/EchoStar 105 HDTV commercial comsat to geosynchronous transfer orbit from Launch Complex 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, FL- as seen from the pad perimeter.

Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 11, 2017: SpaceX From The Ground Up by Chris Prophet

Hosts: Fraser Cain (universetoday.com / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter (pmsutter.com / @PaulMattSutter) Dr.

Watch a House-Sized Asteroid Pass Close to Earth Tonight (October 11/12)


On Oct. 12, a house-size asteroid will pass quite close to Earth – only 26,000 miles (42,000 kilometers) away.

Dwarf Planet Haumea Has a Ring


A unique opportunity to study the dwarf planet Haumea has led to an intriguing discovery: Haumea is surrounded by a ring.


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