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Craters on the Moon’s south pole may contain water ice that could be mined to support a lunar colony.
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Beautiful space weather on Saturn, from the Cassini spacecraft. From NASA/JPL.
They are part of an ancient quest…To push beyond our boundaries… to see what lies beyond the horizon. Now tens of billions of kilometers from Earth, two spacecraft are streaking [...]
NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has found possible ice volcanoes on Saturn’s moon Titan that are similar in shape to those on Earth that spew molten rock. Topography and surface composition data [...]
From NASA Astrophysics and Goddard Space Flight Center. In December 2010, a pair of mismatched stars in the southern constellation Crux whisked past each other at a distance closer than [...]
From NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio. This video takes images from the Solar Dynamics Observatory and applies additional processing to enhance the structures that are visible. The result is a beautiful, [...]
Satellites show air pollution may alter clouds and affect global temperatures. Ship exhaust contributes to this effect by leaving brights cloud trails in clean ocean air. The ship tracks are [...]
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