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Don't Let the Event Horizon Steal the Limelight, Save Some for the Ergosphere - The Wire
Many think the event horizon is a wondrous region – an impenetrable wall that even light can't best. But there's an another equally wondrous zone just beyond it called the ergosphere, with its own brand of looniness.

SpaceX's Crew Dragon Suffers 'Anomaly' During Testing at Cape Canaveral - Gizmodo
One of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon crew capsules suffered an “anomaly” on the launch pad at Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station while testing its engines on Saturday, with Florida Today posting an image of “orange plumes” rising from the launchpad and notin…

Mission to Mars may require astronauts to wear swimming goggles -
Swimming goggles could be used to protect astronauts’ eyes on long missions to Mars, a new study suggests.

International Space Station Gets Special Delivery for Easter - Breitbart
A spacecraft launched from the Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia last week has reached in the International Space Station with special supplies just in time for Easter weekend.

NASA asteroid WARNING: Agency in rush to launch asteroid-detecting space camera -
NASA is facing a race to launch its NEOCam infrared space telescope in a bid to spot apocalypse asteroids before they barrel into Earth.

Earth Day 2019: High temperatures, rising waters, wild weather — who is to blame? We are. - USA TODAY
Climate change is real and increasingly a part of our daily lives. Here are the latest scientific facts on this human-caused shift to weather systems.

Best advice to save you time and money on lawn care - The Coloradoan
Don't believe the lawn care commercials that spring up this time of year. Follow these tips and you will save money and time.

A Communications Satellite Just Died in Orbit. It's Potentially Dangerous Space Junk Now -
IS-29E could pose a threat to other satellites in geostationary orbit, experts say.

Easter 2019: Were Fallen Angels in the Bible alien astronauts from Mars? -
EASTER is a cornerstone of the Christian calendar. And a cabal of conspiracy theorists believe the Bible also offers evidence about Martian aliens seeding life on Earth.

Jupiter-size Star Produced a White Light Superflare, and the Astronomers Noticed It - Advocator
Share Recently, a small star that has a size similar to Jupiter, a so-called Jupiter-size star, found 250 light years away from Earth, emitted a huge superflare. At that moment, the star released the energy equivalent of 80 billion tons of TNT. At the same ti…

National Air and Space Museum to mark 50th anniversary of moon landing - WTOP
Preparations are underway at the National Air and Space Museum in D.C. to mark this summer’s anniversary of the first moon landing.

1,600-pound white shark spotted off Florida coast: report -
Scientists guess she could be between 14 and 15 long, based on measurements taken back in 2016.

UCSD alum headed for International Space Station mission - FOX 5 San Diego
UC San Diego graduate Jessica Meir has been tapped for a six-month mission on the International Space Station.

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