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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Just how poisonous is the moon?

The moon could be a highly toxic place, say scientists, warning of cancer and breathing problems even when astronauts remain in their space suits. read more

Hubble spots fifth Pluto moon

NASA has confirmed the discovery of a fifth moon orbiting the icy dwarf planet Pluto.?? read more

Team spots 'impossible' binary stars

A team of astronomers has discovered four pairs of stars that they thought couldn't exist, with the stars in each pair orbiting one another in less than four hours. read more

These space portals are hidden in Earth's magnetic field??

Space portals allowing travelers to navigate vast distances between the stars have long been a theme in popular science fictions stories such as Stargate. read more

Video: NASA showcases Orion space capsule??

NASA showcased its space-bound Orion capsule during a ceremony at Kennedy Space Center in Florida earlier this morning. read more

NASA's Hubble detects an "evaporating" exoplanet

An international team of astronomers have positively identified significant changes in the atmosphere of a planet located beyond our solar system. ?? read more

First private deep space mission will hunt killer asteroids

A group of ex-NASA astronauts and scientists is aiming to keep the world safe by launching the first privately-funded deep space mission and scanning the solar system for dangerous asteroids. read more

A new way to learn about exoplanets

Astronomers have used a new technique to study the atmosphere of a 'hot Jupiter' exoplanet. read more

Here's your chance to talk to aliens

As every UFO fanatic knows, the Earth received a short message from outer space back in 1977 - and now you've got a chance to reply. read more

Lichen shown to survive in outer space

An experiment carried out on the Internatonal Space Station has shown that lichen can survive in outer space - lending support to the 'panspermia' theory that life arrived here from elsewhere. read more

Hubble snaps a globular cluster

Charles Messier, the famous 18th century French astronomer, may have cataloged over 100 galaxies and clusters, even though he was primarily interested in comets. read more

Asteroid 2012 LZ1 won't hit Earth for 750 years?

Asteroid 2012 LZ1 - discovered on June 12 - was recently classified as potentially hazardous by the Minor Planet Center because its preliminary orbit brings it close to Earth (within 20 lunar distances). read more

Hubble telescope spots a compact blue dwarf

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured a stellar view of the dwarf galaxy UGC 5497, which looks somewhat like salt sprinkled on black velvet in the image below. ?? read more

'Very little' telescope discovers weird new planets

Using a lens no more powerful than the one on your digital camera, astronomers have discovered two unusual exoplanets. read more

Earth-sized planets may be plentiful

There could be many more small planets than previously thought, thanks to the discovery that they don't need to form around stars rich in heavy elements. read more

Video: NASA’s NuSTAR launches

Following a successful launch, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR) has begun its mission to discover secrets of buried black holes and other exotic objects.?? read more

Neighbor galaxies had near miss in the past

Astronomers have confirmed the existence of a 'bridge' of hydrogen gas connecting two of our neighboring galaxies, indicating that they may once have brushed together. read more

China wants to cooperate in space?

Beijing has reiterated its long-standing offer to cooperate with the United States in space. ?? read more

March solar flare was strongest yet seen

The solar flare which erupted on March 7 was the most powerful eruption ever observed by Fermi's Large Area Telescope (LAT). read more

China readies manned space station mission

China has announced plans for its first manned space docking, and says it will launch the mission as early as this month. read more

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