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In early 2021, a tiny helicopter will land on the Red Planet with the Mars 2020 rover.
Boeing’s test of their crew capsule, Starliner, may face new delays, shrinking the margin of error for reaching crew accreditation this year.
JAXA's Hayabusa2 spacecraft continues to uncover details about asteroid Ryugu, and the latest evidence shows that it was once part of a much larger asteroid.
The Big Dipper returns to prominence in the March evening sky, while three bright planets continue to rule the predawn hours.
Hayabusa 2’s asteroid Ryugu has some unexpected characteristics. In particular, its dry surface could spell trouble for current theories about how Earth obtained its water.
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In astronomy news this week, scientists found a pulsar racing out of the galaxy and mapped a star's magnetic field from 130 light-years away.
The post 60-Second Astro News: Cannonball Pulsar & Mapping a Star from Afar appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
A powerful fireball exploded over the wilds of eastern Russia last December. Satellites captured the whole thing.
The post Amazing Images Capture Giant Fireball Exploding Over the Bering Sea appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Astronomers are using Gaia and the Hubble Space Telescope to make the most precise measure of the Milky Way’s mass to date. The new result puts our galaxy on par with — if not more massive than — Andromeda.
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NASA's Lunar Gateway and a return to the Moon are the big winners in the 2020 budget proposed for the agency; the futures of planetary and Earth science are less clear.
The post NASA 2020 Budget Proposal Boosts Exploration, Downplays Science appeared first on Sky & Telescope.
Astronomers think a jet-powered rocking motion could solve the puzzle.
The post ‘Oumuamua “Sped Up” in the Inner Solar System. This Might Be Why. appeared first on Sky & Telescope.