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NASA’s Most Powerful Space Telescope Ships Out

Published Oct 14, 2021 5:53 PM by The Maritime Executive NASA has successfully shipped the most powerful space telescope in the world from an assembly hall in...

Giant planet found orbiting a dead star shows what may happen when our sun dies

Weird and wonderful planets beyond our solar systemThis artist's rendering shows a Jupiter-like planet orbiting a dead white dwarf star 6,500 light-years away...

NASA’s Daring Lucy Mission to Jupiter’s Trojan Asteroids Poised To Launch

Lucy will explore the Jupiter Trojan asteroids – thought to be “fossils of planet formation.” Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center SwRI’s Levison, Olkin lead...

A Crystal Ball Into Our Solar System’s Future

By W. M. Keck Observatory October 14, 2021 Artist’s rendition of a newly discovered Jupiter-like exoplanet orbiting a white dwarf, or dead star. This system is...

‘Extraordinary’ radio waves from the heart of the Milky Way discovered by scientists

Mysterious radio waves coming from the heart of the Milky Way have astronomers baffled. At this point, they have no idea what’s causing them,...
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NASA’s Lucy asteroid probe blasts off on Atlas 5 rocket – Spaceflight Now

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