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Asteroid sneaks past satellites in one of the closest flybys on record

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Voyager 2 Went Into Fault Protection Mode, But Engineers Brought it Back Online

Ancient life might have escaped Earth and journeyed to alien stars

5 Best Astronomy Books for Beginners: Make the First Step Towards the Stars!

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The Hubble Telescope Turns 30 This Year. Here’s How Astronomers Will Celebrate.

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NASA’s solar probe reveals stunning results after swooping in close to the sun

This Newfound Monster Black Hole Is Too Big for Theories to Handle

Building a Planet B for Humanity Isn’t a Good Enough Reason to Explore Space

NASA Just Confirmed There Are Water Plumes Above The Surface of Jupiter’s Moon Europa

Mysterious Gravitational Wave Sparks Days-Long Hunt — But It Was Just a Glitch

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What Does Boeing’s Offer Mean for the Artemis Mission?

The Curiosity rover detects oxygen behaving strangely on Mars

Rare Mercury Transit, the Last Until 2032, Thrills Skywatchers Around the World

Why Astronomers Worry About the Brightness of SpaceX’s Starlink Satellite Megaconstellation

Discovering Extraterrestrial Life Would Be Slow and Uncertain

Evolution tells us we might be the only intelligent life in the universe

Pioneering NASA Asteroid Mission Clears Key Hurdle on Path to 2021 Launch

Whose Out There–Habitable Zones

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A Second Interstellar Visitor Has Arrived in Our Solar System. This Time, Astronomers Think They Know Where It Came From

Advanced Alien Civilizations May Produce ‘Technosignatures’ That We Could Find, Experts Say

Rogue Ice Moon Could Be Spilling Its Guts All Over ‘Alien Megastructure’ Star

Whose Out There–Unique Biocritters?

Venus was potentially habitable until a mysterious event happened

Where Do Black Holes Lead?

This distant world is a lot like Earth, but you wouldn’t want to live there

Gargantuan ‘Bubbles’ of Radio Energy Spotted at the Center of Our Galaxy. How’d They Get There?

Astronomers Decode Weird X-Ray Pattern Coming from Neutron Star

Protect Mauna Kea: A Message to the TIO

Things To Know To Make Your Dream Of Working In Astronomy Come True

Astronomers Baffled by ‘Cosmic Mountain Ranges’ Jutting Through the Milky Way

Scientists May Have Found a Volcanic Exomoon That Darth Vader Could Call Home

SpaceX’s Starman and Elon Musk’s Tesla Have Made a Lap Around the Sun

Who’s Out There–Anyone Nearby?

This seagull-shaped nebula is a hangout for baby stars

Mysterious, Ancient Radio Signals Keep Pelting Earth. Astronomers Designed an AI to Hunt Them Down.

If Aliens Are Flashing Laser Beams at Us, We Now Have a Way to Detect Them

A Tiny Chinese Lunar Orbiter Just Crashed on the Moon’s Far Side (on Purpose)

It’s Good! Hubble Telescope Scores Big with Football-Shaped Alien Planet

‘Snowball’ Planets Might Be Better Abodes for Life Than We Thought

This Newfound Alien Planet Has 3 Suns

We were not almost killed by an asteroid this week

NASA will look for life in space with a nuclear-powered drone

AI Created a 3D Replica of Our Universe. We Have No Idea How It Works.

Nasa’s Curiosity Mars rover senses methane spike

NASA’s Getting Ready to Explore the Corpse of an Ancient Planet in the Asteroid Belt

Who’s Out There? Anyone On Rogue Planets?

NASA Spacecraft Spots ‘Star Trek’ Logo on Mars

Newest moon mystery is fascinating

The Search for Habitable Alien Worlds in Earth’s Backyard Heats Up

This Asteroid Has a 1-in-7,000 Chance of Hitting Earth This Fall

NASA Astronaut Captures The Entirety Of Earth In Incredible 60-Second Timelapse

This distant Neptune-like planet really shouldn’t exist

Who’s Out There-Microbes?

Goodnight, Chang’e-4! China’s Probe on Moon’s Far Side Naps for Lunar Night

The moon is quaking as it shrinks

Even If We Can Stop a Dangerous Asteroid, Being Human May Mean We Don’t Succeed

An asteroid’s water may offer clues to the origin of life on Earth

How an Asteroid Flyby in 2017 Is Helping NASA Defend Earth from Armageddon

Who’s Out There-Anyone? A review (Pt. 2)

NASA’s TESS Exoplanet Mission Finds 1st Earth-Size Alien World

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Life on Jupiter’s Moon Europa? Lander Design Team Hopes to Be the Ones to Find It

Who’s Out There-Anyone? A Review

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Some exoplanets tilt too much, and it’s pushing everyone apart

The clearest images of Ultima Thule reveal a strange-looking object

With the best air pressure sensor ever on Mars, scientists find a mystery

Something Is Not Quite Right In the Universe, Ultraprecise New Measurement Reveals

What will we name the solar system’s next planet?

Ocean Moons, Promising Targets in Search for Life, Could Be Dead Inside

Changing How We Build Satellites Could Do More Than Reduce Space Junk

Mysterious ‘Planet Nine’ Might Actually Be a Gigantic Disk of Space Objects

Astronomers foresee long future for Hubble

If Aliens Are Causing Weird Dimming of ‘Tabby’ Star,’ They Aren’t Using Lasers to Do It

NASA’s New Horizons Promises a Treasure Trove of Data on Ultima Thule

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