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0 Published by Tony Darnell on 28th Oct, 2016
New research announced last week casts some doubt on the Nobel Prize winning discovery that the universe is accelerating; NASA’s New Horizon Probe has finally sent the last bits of data from the spacecraft; and new images from the HiRISE Camera on NA
0 Published by Tony Darnell on 21st Oct, 2016
The joint European Space Agency’s and Roscosmos EXOMars Mission arrives at the Red Planet and hits a snag; also NASA’s Juno Probe runs into an unexpected glitch as it makes its second scheduled close approach to Jupiter.
0 Published by Tony Darnell on 14th Oct, 2016
Astronomers using all of the deepest survey images taken from Hubble find the elusive dwarf galaxies in the early universe and find there are now two trillion galaxies in in the cosmos; and three new dwarf planets are discovered in our solar system.
0 Published by Tony Darnell on 30th Sep, 2016
Observations from the Hubble Space Telescope are released that suggest there are water vapor plumes erupting over Jupiter’s moon, Europa; and ESA’s Rosetta Spacecraft over Comet 67P comes to an end
0 Published by Tony Darnell on 23rd Sep, 2016
The European Space Agency’s Gaia Satellite assembles the most detailed 3D map ever made of our Milky Way galaxy; NASA likes the space-based gravitational wave observatory known as LISA again; and China launches a second space station into orbit.
0 Published by Tony Darnell on 16th Sep, 2016
This week, ESA’s Philae Lander, a part of the Rosetta mission to comet 67P has been found; also, the Rosetta spacecraft orbiting said comet will smash into it on Sept 30th; and SpaceX announces that it is ready to resume launches later this year.