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The Moon is Mysteriously Rusting Despite Lack of Air & Liquid Water

Ahead of a slew of new missions to Earth’s natural satellite, researchers have detected a bizarre and unexpected anomaly on the lunar surface: the airless, liquid water-free Moon is rusting. This perplexing discovery has its roots in 2008 when the Indian Space Research Organization’s Chandrayaan-1 orbiter surveyed the Moon’s surface and discovered water ice. It wasn’t until recently that Shuai … Continue reading

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A Strange Form of Life Could Flourish Deep Inside Stars, According to Physicists

Michelle Starr ScienceAlert When searching for signs of life in the Universe, we tend to look for very specific things, based on what we know: a planet like Earth, in orbit around a star, and at a distance that allows liquid surface water. But there could, conceivably, be other forms of life out there that look like nothing that we … Continue reading

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Andromeda Galaxy’s Massive Halo Already ‘Bumping’ into Our Milky Way Galaxy’s

Rob Garner, NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Phys.org This headline image illustration shows the location of the 43 quasars scientists used to probe Andromeda’s gaseous halo. These quasars–the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered by black holes–are scattered far behind the halo, allowing scientists to probe multiple regions. Looking through the immense halo at the quasars’ light, the … Continue reading

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Panspermia Proof? Radiation-Resistant Bacteria Could Survive Journey from Earth to Mars

Layal Liverpool New Scientist Microbes strapped to the outside of the International Space Station can survive for at least three years, suggesting that life has the potential to survive a journey through space from Earth to Mars. “If bacteria can survive in space, [they] may be transferred from one planet to another,” says Akihiko Yamagishi at Tokyo University of Pharmacy … Continue reading

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Large Asteroid to Fly by Earth at 0.3 Times the Distance to the Moon on September 1, 2020

A large asteroid, which currently has a condition code of 7 (0 being good and 9 being highly uncertain) will fly by Earth at 0.3 times the distance to the Moon on September 1, 2020. The asteroid (2011 ES4) measures approximately 150ft (50m) across, is expected to hurtle past the Earth at the incredible speed of 18,253mph (29,375kmh). Despite Space … Continue reading

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Three Asteroids to Make Close Passes this Week, They Were Only Spotted This Month

The near-constant bombardment of space rocks buzzing our planet continues, with planetary defenses alerted to a trio of asteroids measuring over 25 meters in diameter en route to Earth’s backyard this week. To kick things off on Monday, not one but two space rocks over 25 meters (82 feet) in diameter will fly past, both of which were detected just … Continue reading

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Newly-Detected Asteroid Placed on Risk List as Calculations Show it Could Hit Earth

“…the odds of 2020 PG6 hitting Earth in 2029 are one out of 416, making it one of the asteroids with the highest chances of colliding with Earth on the risk list.” A freshly detected asteroid has been put straight onto the European Space Agency’s ‘risk list’ as calculations forecast that it could smash into Earth in 10 years. The … Continue reading

What Might Alien Civilizations Look Like? The Kardashev Scale

The observable universe is a big place that has been around for more than 13 billion years. Up to two trillion galaxies made up of something like 20,000 billion billion stars surround our home galaxy. In the milky way alone scientists assume there are some 40 billion earth like planets in the habitable zone of their stars. When we look … Continue reading

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A Supernova May Have Caused Mass Extinction on Earth

Headline image caption: A team of researchers led by professor Brian Fields hypothesizes that a supernova about 65 light-years away may have contributed to the ozone depletion and subsequent mass extinction of the late Devonian Period, 359 million years ago. Pictured is a simulation of a nearby supernova colliding with and compressing the solar wind. Earth’s orbit, the blue dashed … Continue reading

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Our Sun May Have Started Its Life with a Binary Companion

Headline caption: Artist’s conception of a potential solar companion, which theorists believe was developed in the Sun’s birth cluster and later lost. If proven, the solar companion theory would provide additional credence to theories that the Oort cloud formed as we see it today, and that Planet Nine was captured rather than formed in place. Cambridge, MA – A new … Continue reading

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