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June 14, 2022

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Space.com

France is the most recent signatory to the Artemis Accords, NASA’s international agreement to establish best practices for ongoing cooperation on moon exploration. The signing took place June 7 and adds to a quickly growing …

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Space.com

The launch of SpaceX’s next cargo mission has been pushed back at least two more weeks, to no earlier than July 11. The mission, called CRS-25, will send a robotic SpaceX Dragon capsule toward the International Space Station atop a Falcon 9 rocket.

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Next, find a spot where they can be a considerable distance from that element and align it with the moonrise/moonset. This enables the photographer to zoom right in on the foreground element and use lens compression/perspective to make the moon (the …

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Europe’s galaxy-mapping Gaia mission recorded the sound of starquakes that ripple through stellar surfaces like tsunamis and change stars’ shape in a way that can be detected from space around Earth. The recording …

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NASA’s Perseverance rover has rolled up to some odd and intriguing Martian terrain. On Sunday (June 12), the car-sized Perseverance snapped a photo that could be mistaken for a still from an “Indiana Jones” movie. At the left of the tableau, a boulder …

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CNN

(CNN) For the first time, the Hubble Space Telescope has detected a lone object drifting through our Milky Way galaxy — the invisible, ghostly remains of a once radiant star. When stars …

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Phys.Org

“We’ve spent the past two years trying to explain the weird sulfur chemistry we see in the clouds of Venus,” said co-author Dr. Paul Rimmer from Cambridge’s Department of Earth Sciences.

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The Atlantic

A technician, dressed in protective clothing, examines several of the James Webb Space Telescope’s. David Higginbotham / NASA. June 14, 2022, 12:16 PM ET.

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CNN

(CNN) Strange and unexpected tsunami-like starquakes — movements on stars’ crusts similar to earthquakes we experience on our planet — have been revealed by the European Space Agency’s Gaia space observatory.

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Space.com

The sun flexed its considerable magnetic muscles today (June 13), and two solar spacecraft captured the show on video. Earth’s star unleashed a long-duration solar flare early this morning, blasting high-energy radiation into space for about three …

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