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Mysterious New Gully Spotted on Mars

A new gully has appeared on a sloped crater wall on Mars. The channel, which was absent from images in November 2010 but showed up in a May 2013 photo, does not appear to have been formed by water. Exactly what caused this Red Planet rivulet remains a mystery. The winding gully seems to have poured out from an existing … Continue reading

Fly through all the known galaxies in the universe

Two scientists and a researcher at the Institute for Computational Cosmology, part of the University of Durham’s Physics Department, have generated a 3D animation that allows you to see the universe, as we currently know it. The fly-through was created by Will Parr, Dr Peder Norberg and Dr Mark Swinbank using catalogues documenting all known galaxies from GAMA (Galaxy and … Continue reading

Mars Crater-Naming Campaign Sparks an International Blowup

A fundraising campaign that lets Internet users give unofficial names to craters on Mars has triggered an angry exchange with the group that gives the official names to such features — the International Astronomical Union. The crater-naming campaign is the latest controversy to pit the IAU against Uwingu, a commercial venture that raises money for science and education through celestial … Continue reading

Australia Is Building a Laser To Shoot Junk Out of Orbit

So far, the plans to clean up space have been, for lack of a better term, a little out there. We’ve got the European Space Agency considering using nets, harpoons, and tentacles, while Switzerland’s developing a kamikaze janitor satellite. Now, there’s this: The Australian government is developing technology that they think will allow us to deorbit small bits of space … Continue reading

Rare Sight: Hubble Telescope Sees Asteroid Falling Apart (Video, Photos)

In a cosmic first, NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the disintegration of an asteroid in deep space. Astronomers have seen comets break apart as they near the sun, but they’d never witnessed anything similar in an asteroid in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter — until now. Hubble images show that the asteroid, known as P/2013 R3, has … Continue reading

Asteroid passing Earth will be closer than moon

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – An asteroid is headed this way. But even though it will come closer than the moon, astronomers say it will pose no danger. The newly discovered asteroid, called 2014 DX110, will hurtle between the moon and Earth on Wednesday. DX110 will pass an estimated 217,000 miles from Earth. That’s approximately nine-tenths of the distance between … Continue reading

Incredible Technology: Inflatable Aircraft Could Cruise Venus Skies

A big robotic airship could ply the skies of Venus for up to a year, giving scientists an unprecedented look at Earth’s hellishly hot “sister planet,” the craft’s developers say. For the past year, engineers at aerospace firms Northrop Grumman and L’Garde have been working on an unmanned concept vehicle called the Venus Atmospheric Maneuverable Platform. Using a mixture of … Continue reading

Strange explosion in Argentina, scientists probe meteor link

“This happened at an altitude of approximately 70 kilometers”, said Argentine space expert Jorge Coghlan who added that as the “space rock penetrates the atmosphere; in a radius of forty kilometers it could be clearly heard”. However in this case the radius area was estimated in 300 kilometers. The Fire Brigade of the town of El Trebol in central Santa … Continue reading

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Strange Dark Streaks on Mars Get More and More Mysterious

There is a deep and watery mystery on Mars. Whether or not the Red Planet ever had water on it has long been solved. Plenty of evidence exists for ancient water flows and Mars still contains frozen ice at its poles. But a more tantalizing puzzle remains: Does liquid water still flow on the Martian surface? Since 2011, NASA’s Mars … Continue reading

Comet Linear May 24, 2014 Earth encounter as Pope arrives in Jerusalem

Editor’s note: Paul Begley puts out some good news analysis but the opening “Are you serious?! Are you serious?!” wore out its welcome on Planet X News a long time ago. However, the content of this one is too good not to share.

Near-Earth Asteroid to Fly By Earth Monday

An asteroid the size of three football fields is set to make a close brush of Earth on Monday (Feb. 17), and you can watch the flyby in a live webcast. Near-Earth asteroid 2000 EM26 poses no threat of actually hitting the planet, but the online Slooh Space Camera will track the asteroid as it passes by Earth on Monday. … Continue reading

Nuclear bombs to destroy Earth-bound asteroids in space

Washington:  Nuclear bombs – itself a threat to the humanity – to save the earth from dangerous space rocks? Sounds like a new science-fiction movie but if we believe scientists, this is possible. Researcher Bong Wie and his team from Iowa State University is developing a concept spacecraft called ‘Hypervelocity Asteroid Intercept Vehicle’, or HAIV. The HAIV would rendezvous with … Continue reading

A possible meteor shower from Comet ISON?

Hey, remember Comet C/2012 S1 ISON? Who can forget the roller-coaster ride that the touted “Comet of the Century” took us on last year. Well, ISON could have one more trick up its cosmic sleeve –although it’s a big maybe—in the form of a meteor shower or (more likely) a brief uptick in meteor activity this week. In case you … Continue reading

Americans warned of imminent, deadly meteor strikes

With NASA reporting a “potentially hazardous” asteroid nearly half-a-mile wide possibly heading toward earth, and some upstate New Yorkers claiming they experienced a loud boom and a bright light in the sky last night caused by a meteor, a doctors’ organization is offering some timely advice: Just as when the American populace first prepared for the possibility of a nuclear … Continue reading

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