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Self-replicating Chernobyl mold could protect the ISS from space radiation - CNET
Radiation shields made from living organisms could help us head deeper into the cosmos.

Scientists Release Largest 3D Map of the Universe - VOA Learning English
Scientists release the largest three-dimensional (3D) map of the universe ever created.

Say “Bon Voyage” to our Mars Perseverance Rover! - NASA
We’re going back to Mars! Our newest rover is named Perseverance, and will be launching soon for its seven-month journey to the Red Planet to search for sign...

Will we ever find life on Mars? | Australia news - The Guardian
Planetary scientist Sarah Stewart Johnson describes how the latest mission to Mars builds on centuries of discoveries about our nearest neighbour

NASA's Juno Spacecraft Takes First Images of Jupiter Moon Ganymede's North Pole - SciTechDaily
Infrared images from Juno provide the first glimpse of Ganymede's icy north pole. On its way inbound for a Dec. 26, 2019, flyby of Jupiter, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew in the proximity of the north pole of the ninth-largest object in the solar system, the moo…

He always dreamed of stepping foot on the moon. He made it there after his death - CNN
Today, we know Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins as the first men to go to the moon, 51 years ago. But, if not for a turn of events, history may have also known another name: Eugene Shoemaker.

A scientist's mesmerizing animation shows how our entire solar system orbits an unseen center — and it's not the sun - MSN Money
Jupiter, Saturn, and the sun play a constant game of tug-of-war around the invisible center of our solar system called the barycenter.

Miniature moon tech wins big with NASA challenge -
The winners of NASA JPL's "Honey, I Shrunk the NASA Payload" challenge have been announced.

1st direct image of 2 giant exoplanets orbiting a sunlike star - EarthSky
For the 1st time ever, astronomers have photographed more than one giant exoplanet orbiting a sunlike star. The planetary system is similar to our solar system, but younger.

New Research Is Rewriting The Very Timeline of How Earth Was Born - ScienceAlert
In the very early days of the Solar System, baby Earth may have taken a much shorter time to form than we previously thought.

Family of Oddball Meteorites Stumped Researchers for Decades – Now an Answer to the Puzzling Chimera - SciTechDaily
Study suggests the rare objects likely came from an early planetesimal with a magnetic core. Most meteorites that have landed on Earth are fragments of planetesimals, the very earliest protoplanetary bodies in the solar system. Scientists have thought that th…

Neowise comet makes tracks across Oregon skies -
PORTLAND, Ore. (PORTLAND TRIBUNE) — Robert Cutshall has a message to anyone out at night: Take a moment to stop and look up at the stars.

Nuclear power plants could make Mars, the moon your next neighborhood - New York Post
Mars and the moon could be the next out-of-this-world neighborhoods for Americans someday, possibly in the next 10 years. The Energy Department wants the private sector to build nuclear power plant…

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