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June 15, 2022

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Space.com

Astronomers observing the fastest nova ever recorded have discovered that it reverberates periodically like a struck bell, with the unusual energetic phenomenon driven by a white dwarf feeding from a companion star. The strange binary star system and …

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Venus’ atmosphere bears no signs of microbes eating or pooping, suggesting that the odd chemical composition of the planet’s clouds cannot be explained by extraterrestrial life. In a new study, researchers analyzed the …

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The moon floats just above Earth’s life-giving atmosphere in a gorgeous photo snapped from the International Space Station (ISS) by NASA astronaut Jessica Watkins. “As beautiful as the Earth is, I can’t seem to take my eyes off of the moon.

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One report, by the state-backed Science and Technology Daily, cited Zhang Tonjie, chief scientist of an extraterrestrial civilization search team co-founded by Beijing Normal University, the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of …

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SpaceNews

After a meeting of the ESA Council in Noordwijk, Netherlands, NASA and ESA announced two new cooperative agreements. One, called the Framework Agreement for a Strategic Partnership in Earth System Science, outlines cooperation between the agencies on …

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CNET

Peruse strange starquake sightings, cosmic DNA secrets, all of our solar system’s asteroids and so much more. Monisha Ravisetti headshot. Monisha Ravisetti.

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CNET

You can peruse strange starquake sightings, the origins of cosmic DNA, faraway quasars and so much more. Monisha Ravisetti headshot. Monisha Ravisetti.

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USA TODAY

Astronomy researchers have identified what may be the first identification of a single black hole drifting across the galaxy. Two teams of researchers studied studied six years of Hubble Space Telescope data to locate the potential black hole …

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CNET

New radio telescope observations have brought a new lens on one of our universe’s most beautiful stellar nurseries. Why it matters. Having a clearer sense of what star-forming regions look like could help us understand how stars have formed since the …

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CNN

This process includes loading supercold propellant, going through a full countdown simulating launch, resetting the countdown clock and draining the rocket tanks. The results of the wet dress rehearsal will determine when the uncrewed Artemis I will launch …

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