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A catastrophic solar storm could take huge sections of the Earth offline for weeks or months, a new research paper warns. The most powerful tool for scientists studying asteroids in the neighborhood around Earth is planetary radar, a technique astronomers have just used on their 1,001st asteroid to date. Mars helicopter Ingenuity flies low and slow on lucky flight 13 By Chelsea Gohd As students head back to school, NASA is ready with resources for students, teachers, and families. Physicists sifting through old particle accelerator data have found evidence of a highly-elusive, never-before-seen process: a so-called triangle singularity. Astronomy News science articles about space
Astronomy News science articles about space
1 Watch live Sunday: Astronauts take a spacewalk at the International Space Station 2 NASA's Perseverance rover has taken the 1st steps in decades-long dream of Mars sample return 3 NASA's Gateway moon-orbiting space station explained in pictures 4 Launch of SpaceX's private Inspiration4 mission slips by 24 hours 5 Our Milky Way galaxy isn't very well mixed, study suggests Space is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. . An 'Internet apocalypse' could ride to Earth with the next solar storm, new research warns By Brandon Specktor It's official: NASA's Perseverance rover has collected its first-ever Mars sample. NASA's Perseverance rover on Mars has begun its out-of-this-world rock collection. There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again. Number 13 was good luck for NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity, as the tenacious little craft seamlessly completed its 13th flight on the Red Planet on Saturday . New observations of an asteroid shaped like a dog bone and its two tiny moons have given scientists insight into how the strange trio came to be. Space Chat! Inspiration4 prepares for launch, clock wins $3 million physics prize and fire alarms go off on space station By Chelsea Gohd NASA's James Webb Space Telescope launch delayed to December By Meghan Bartels 1st sign of elusive 'triangle singularity' shows particles swapping identities in mid-flight By Paul Sutter Space Search Subscribe RSS Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer News Tech Spaceflight Science & Astronomy Search For Life Skywatching Forums Videos Entertainment Expert Voices Subscribe to "All About Space" Magazine! Store Reference All Topics About Us Web Notifications More Trending Full Moons 2021 Calendar Best Telescopes 2021 Reference Gear Magazine Deals Space is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more Science & Astronomy Latest NASA's Perseverance rover has taken the 1st steps in decades-long dream of Mars sample return By Meghan Bartels Perseverance sealed up a drilled-out core of a Red Planet rock dubbed "Rochette" over the weekend. The mission team aims to replicate that success soon, putting poor Rochette to the drill again. Satellite images capture aerial views of an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico following Hurricane Ida's landfall on Aug. 29. science articles about space The truth of the matter is — we don't know! Strange, repeating radio signal near the center of the Milky Way has scientists stumped By Brandon Specktor Two physicists just snagged $3 million for helping develop a super-precise clock that could allow scientists to study and explore the universe like never before. NASA helps students launch into new school year with space-related educational resources By Rebecca Sohn Curious Kids: Why is the sun's atmosphere hotter than its surface? By Hannah Schunker, David Pontin Our Milky Way galaxy isn't very well mixed, study suggests By Meghan Bartels Scientists detected a repeating radio signal near the center of the Milky Way, and it's unlike anything else they've ever studied. Although some rocket-borne missions last years or decades, others, such as the cast of NASA's Sounding Rockets Program, do their science during a short hop that doesn't even reach orbit. The 'megacomet' Bernardinelli-Bernstein is the find of a decade. Here's the discovery explained. By Meghan Bartels
Our galaxy isn't as thoroughly mixed as scientists sometimes assume, according to a new study. Comet Bernardinelli-Bernstein will be a spectacle for more than a decade to come, even though its discovery was a matter of luck. NASA's Perseverance rover getting ready to snag 2nd Mars sample By Mike Wall Thank you for signing up to Space. You will receive a verification email shortly. A sparkling picture of Italy at night taken from astronaut Meghan McArthur on board the International Space Station, uploaded Sept. 9 2021. Sounding rocket mission targets mysteries of solar corona By Rahul Rao In Hurricane Ida's wake, satellite images show oil slicks in Gulf of Mexico By Samantha Mathewson Pictures from space! Our image of the day By Staff Scientists fetch best images to date of 'dog bone' asteroid and 2 tiny moons By Meghan Bartels Perseverance collected another drilled-out core of a Martian rock dubbed "Rochette," sealing the sample in its designated titanium tube on Wednesday . Sign Up for e-mail newsletters Get breaking space news and the latest updates on rocket launches, skywatching events and more! Perseverance rover collects 2nd Mars sample By Mike Wall Super-precise clock tech wins $3 million physics Breakthrough Prize By Mike Wall Friday , Space Chat will explore what's new in space, including the impending Inspiration4 launch, a $3 million physics prize and an alarming situation on the International Space Station. © Future US, Inc. 11 West 42nd Street, 15th Floor, New York, web of science article types