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Hubble Space Telescope team continues troubleshooting instrument glitch -
A full recovery is likely not just around the corner.

Lunar eclipse to turn the full November moon into a blood moon. When, how to see it. -
The full "beaver moon" of November 2021 will coincide with the longest lunar eclipse in centuries.

Is there life at Alpha Centauri? New space telescope to seek out habitable planets around sun's neighboring star -
The new TOLIMAN space telescope could launch in the mid-2020s.

A diamond in Las Vegas gave a peek at a never-before-seen mineral - NBC News
A diamond forged within Earth's interior held a discovery: a mineral never before seen in nature and one that cannot normally exist on the planet's surface.

The moon has carbon dioxide "traps" that astronauts could use to make fuel and grow plants - Salon
If solid carbon dioxide is confirmed, the resource could be used for self-sufficient lunar habitats

How to watch the Leonid meteor shower this week - CNN
The Leonids will peak early in the morning of November 17, and up to 15 meteors will shoot across the sky per hour.

NASA Assigns Astronaut Jessica Watkins to NASA's SpaceX Crew-4 Mission - NASA
NASA has assigned astronaut Jessica Watkins to serve as a mission specialist on the agency’s upcoming SpaceX Crew-4 mission, the fourth crew rotation flight of the Crew Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station.

Orion spacecraft production continues for Artemis 2 and 3 - -
The arrival of the second Orion European Service Module (ESM) at the Kennedy Space Center…

Wormholes might be more stable than previously thought - Daily Mail
A new study by physicist Pascal Koiran, from the École normale supérieure de Lyon, in France, looked at wormholes using a different set of techniques.

A 1980s Space Telescope May Have Seen Planet Nine - Gizmodo
Observations by the first infrared space telescope saw something weird beyond Uranus.

Climate change is causing the lowest level of the atmosphere to swell in size - Daily Mail
Scientists have found that rising temperatures and increasing climate change are causing one part of the Earth's atmosphere to swell in size significantly, they wrote in a new study.

NASA TV to Air DART Prelaunch Activities, Launch - NASA
NASA will provide coverage of the upcoming prelaunch and launch activities for the agency’s first planetary defense test mission, the Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART).

Black Holes Could Be Inadvertently Making Gold, Astrophysicists Say - ScienceAlert
The Universe may have more ways of forging heavy elements than we thought.

First all-civilian space crew on Inspiration4 shares stunning images of Earth taken from space - Daily Mail
The Inspiration4 crew shared new images of their September mission. The team snapped images of Earth while they orbited the planet for three days while inside a SpaceX capsule.

NASA to Roll Out Mega Moon Rocket for First Time, Media Invited - NASA
Media registration is now open to capture imagery and video as NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) rocket and Orion spacecraft roll out of the Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB) at the agency’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida this winter for the first time.

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