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Archived Since:February 3, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Could these strange new microbes survive on Mars?

Scientists have discovered new types of organism living in one of the most inhospitable soils in the world - raising hopes that something similar could survive on Mars. read more

Hubble spots celestial swan and butterfly

?NASA’s Hubble telescope has captured a breathtaking image of planetary nebula NGC 7026. ? read more

Faintest distant galaxy discovered

Astronomers at Arizona State University have found the faintest galaxy yet, one of the ten most distant objects currently known in space. read more

Milky Way set for head-on crash with Andromeda galaxy

Look out: we're headed for a crash. In, ooh, just four billion years or so our Milky Way galaxy is set to collide with neighboring Andromeda. read more

Why the Earth isn't an ice ball

By rights, the much fainter sun two billion years ago should have left Earth as a giant snowball, incapable of developing life. read more

Team observes asteroid pushed by sunlight

Scientists on NASA's asteroid sample return mission, OSIRIS-REx, have been able to measure the orbit of their target asteroid so precisely that they can see the effects of sunlight on its motion. read more

Site picked for world's biggest radio telescope

A site has finally been chosen for the world’s largest and most sensitive radio telescope, the Square Kilometre Array - and it's both Australia and South Africa. read more

Dragon rendezvous with the International Space Station

The Space X Dragon capsule has successfully rendezvoused with the International Space Station (ISS), after being maneuvered into position by station's sophisticated robotic arm. read more

The dark shadows of Mars

NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity recently used a low sun angle to snap a memorable view of a large Martian crater. read more

Inside a Martian tumbleweed rover

Scientists have determined that a wind-driven "tumbleweed" Mars rover would be more than capable of effectively navigating rocky Martian terrain. read more

SpaceX to try again after aborted launch

SpaceX was forced to abort the launch of its Falcon 9 mission to the International Space Station on Saturday, just half a second before liftoff. read more

Star-filled galactic 'bridge' discovered

ESA's Herschel Space Observatory has discovered a giant, galaxy-filled filament connecting two clusters of galaxies. read more

This is how a black hole is fueled

An international research team has managed to observe the active accretion phase of a supermassive black hole in the center of a galaxy tens of millions of light years away. read more

Researchers eye space-based solar power

Solar power collected in space could ultimately be tapped to provide the renewable energy of the future. read more

From the Mojave Desert to Mars

NASA recently tested a Mars rover in California's Mojave Desert to prepare for the August landing of its Curiosity rover on the red planet. ? read more

Martian sand dunes are still on the move

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has revealed that sand dunes on Mars can put on a surprising turn of speed. read more

NASA detects light from super-Earth

NASA scientists have, for the first time, seen the light from a planet outside our solar system that's a similar size to the Earth. read more

Earthlike planets unlikely in systems with hot Jupiters

Solar systems with so-called hot Jupiters don't seem to harbor Earth-sized planets, a discovery that will narrow the search for Earth-like worlds. read more

NASA uses moon as mirror to watch Venus transit sun

Just like human eyes, the Hubble Space Telescope can't observe the sun directly - so NASA scientists plan to study Venus's solar transit in June by using the moon as a mirror. read more

These dwarf stars consume exoplanets

Astrophysicists at the University of Warwick have identified four white dwarfs surrounded by dust from shattered planetary bodies which once bore striking similarities to the composition of the Earth. read more

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