The Hunt For New Life

TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) will examine 400,000 stars across the sky to capture a glimpse of a planet moving across its star’s face. The TESS Habitable Zone Star Catalog contains the most promising target…

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First Space Force Mission Has Virus Precautions

The United States Space Force launched its very initial national security satellite with a smaller staff because of the social distancing protocols for COVID-19. The satellite is worth about 1 Billion USD and it is…



 Pluto Has an Icy Heart and It Produces Cold Winds

Pluto’s heart is made of nitrogen and it controls the planet’s winds. Based on new research, it may even become the precursor to the features of the planet’s surface. Fondly called Tombaugh Regio, Pluto’s heart-shaped…



 Brand New Solar Telescope Forms Initial Images

The first images released from the Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope of the National Science Foundation show a preview of the products from the solar telescope and the extraordinary features of the sun’s surface. The…


Presolar Grains Found in Meteorite Chunk

According to the latest study by Washington University in St. Louis, a strange chunk from a meteorite could possibly contain some history about space. The discovered presolar grains are minute particles of interstellar material created…


Radcliffe Wave

Did you know the gas that forms stars was recently discovered just outside our solar system? This gas covers a massive 9,000 light years, has been dubbed the Radcliffe Wave, and has a sine wave….