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Does Planet Nine Exist? Synced Orbits of Minor Bodies Offer Hints

'Dwarf planet' discovered in distant Solar System

T. Pyle, NASA, JPL Caltech, AFP file picture | According to the scientists, the three earth-like planets orbit an ultracool dwarf star some 39 light years away. A rare "dwarf planet" 18 times smaller than Earth, has been discovered in the distant ... The Guardian Nigeria, 2 weeks ago

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Juno probe returns first in-orbit Jupiter photo

By Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent 13 July 2016 From the section Science & Environment Image copyright NASA/JPL/CALTECH/SWRI/MSSS The American space agency's new Juno mission to Jupiter has returned its first imagery since going into orbit ...
 BBC2 weeks ago NASA powering up Juno's science instruments to peer deep below Jupiter's clouds!  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Team Begins Powering up Science Instruments  Jet Propulsion Laboratory2 weeks ago Scientists eager for Juno's first chance for Jupiter science  Spaceflight Now1 week ago

LOOK: NASA's Juno releases first pic of Jupiter

PHOTO from NASA/JPL-Caltech/SWRI/MSSSS The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Juno spacecraft has released its initial sneak peek of theJupiter, theKing planet in the solar system. The photograph was taken by the spacecraft's ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer1 week ago Here Is Juno's First Great Photo of Jupiter  Popular Mechanics1 week ago NASA 's Junо prоbe beams again its first phоtоgraphs frоm Jupiter 's оrbit  NewspaperPost1 week ago Nasa space probe Juno sends back first image of Jupiter  STV.tv2 weeks ago

How this fuzzy photo of Jupiter and three of its moons represents the future of manned space exploration

Jupiter, Io, Europa, Ganymede (Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS) Six days after performing what one of the engineers who worked on the Philae probe called a suicide space mission like no other , Juno delivered the first image of the gas giant.
 Salon1 week ago How the fastest spacecraft ever reached 165,000 miles per hour  Tech Insider2 weeks ago What's the Fastest Spacecraft Ever?  LiveScience.com2 weeks ago NASA's Juno probe arrives at Jupiter after 5-year trek  MSN Philippines3 weeks ago
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Mysterious swoosh caused by pulsars hugging companions close

Objects that closely orbit pulsars maydistort their radio signals NASA/Caltech By Two strange celestial bodies might have the clingiest friends in the cosmos. If the spinning neutron stars B1859+07 and B0919+06 are orbited by very dense objects ...
 New Scientist1 week ago
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Giant galaxy 'built in reverse' found

NASA/JPL/Caltech/SDSS/NRAO/L. Hagen and M. Seibert In optical light, UGC 1382 appears to be a simple elliptical galaxy (left). When astronomers incorporated ultraviolet and deep optical data (centre) they began to see spiral arms, and when that ...
 Sott.net1 week ago NASA astronomers stumped over accidental discovery of 'Frankenstein' galaxy! - See pic  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Monstrous 'Frankenstein Galaxy' made from cosmic spare parts  MSN Philippines1 week ago Bizarre giant galaxy found in quiet corner of the universe  Cosmos Magazine1 week ago

Milky Way's bulge may have been formed by the galaxy buckling

An artist's impression of the bulge in the Milky Way. ESO/NASA/JPL-Caltech/M. Kornmesser/R. Hurt By Jacob Aron Bend your brain around this: the entire galaxy might have buckled under its own weight. Many disc galaxies, including our own ...
 New Scientist1 week ago A Bar in the Galaxy! Milky Way's secret spot  Why Files2 weeks ago Possible perp found in mystery of Milky Way's missing galaxy pals  Science News Online1 month ago

'We just did the hardest thing NASA has ever done'

.(/JPL-Caltech) After a five year journey culminating in an intense battle with Jupiter's crazy belts of radiation, their Juno spacecraft finally slipped into the planet's orbit. "We just did the hardest thing has ever done," Scott Bolton, Juno's ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago We just did the hardest thing NASA has ever done  TechGig3 weeks ago
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Jupiter Has a New Moon. And We Put It There.

Artwork depicting Juno's main engine burn as it entered orbit around Jupiter. NASA/JPL-Caltech At 03:53 UTC on July 5 th , 2016 (or 11:53 p.m. Eastern US time on July 4 th ), Jupiter got a new moon . And its name is Juno. Phil Plait ...
 Slate Magazine3 weeks ago Juno enters orbit around Jupiter  Space News3 weeks ago Juno on track for July 4 arrival at Jupiter  Space News3 weeks ago NASA Concerned That Juno Spacecraft Might Crash Into Europa  Huffington Post2 weeks ago
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Mars Moons Not Captured Asteroids After All?

Image: A view of potato-shaped Phobos from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona A long-held theory that Mars two moons, Phobos and Deimos, are captured asteroids is seriously challenged in ...
 PluginEurope.com3 weeks ago Paying for the Road to Mars  Space News3 weeks ago Humans on Mars soon! Here's how were going to do it weeks ago The latest from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter  Cosmos Magazine2 weeks ago
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