Friday, April 19, 2024

Astronomy

See Amazing Views of the April 8th Total Solar Eclipse from Space – Sky & Telescope

Did you see it? The April 8th eclipse across North America was one for a generation, as the path of totality passed from...

Women at NASA Support Human Spaceflight

By Nicolle ZellnerOn April 12, the United Nations celebrated the International Day of Human Spaceflight in honor of Yuri Gagarin, a Soviet citizen. who...

The Mystery of Cosmic Rays Deepens

Cosmic rays are high-energy particles accelerated to extreme velocities approaching the speed of light. It takes an extremely powerful event to send these...

Jupiter’s violent moon Io has been the solar system’s most volcanic body for around 4.5 billion years

The solar system's most volcanic body, the moon of Jupiter Io, has been in turmoil for at least 4.57 billion years, right back...

Kink in cosmic ray spectrum puzzles astrophysicists – Physics World

Kink in cosmic ray spectrum puzzles astrophysicists – Physics World ...

Jupiter Meets Uranus in Twilight; Supernova Erupts in Nearby Spiral Galaxy – Sky & Telescope

Thanks to Comet 12P/Pons-Brooks, which makes its final appearance at dusk for Northern Hemisphere observers this week, many of us have kept a...

AASWomen Newsletter for February 2, 2024

AAS Committee on the Status of Women Issue of February 2, 2024 eds: Jeremy Bailin, Nicolle Zellner, Sethanne Howard, and Hannah Jang-CondellThis week's issues:1. ...

Amazing Amateur Images of April 8th’s Total Solar Eclipse

The last total solar eclipse across the Mexico, the U.S. and Canada for a generation wows observers. Did you see it? Last week’s total...

What’s left of the 2024 solar eclipse lives in our hearts

For a few moments this year, the sun was a lime green portal for Vicki Stirm. It happened while she was standing among...

Advanced electron microscope finds UK meteorite fall contains life’s chemical precursors – Physics World

Advanced electron microscope finds UK meteorite fall contains life’s chemical precursors – Physics World ...

The Milky Way’s History is Written in Streams of Stars

The Milky Way is ancient and massive, a collection of hundreds of billions of stars, some dating back to the Universe’s early days....

Will the constellations ever change?

BepiColombo spotted an outpour of carbon and oxygen atoms in Venus' fragile magnetic environment

igniting the next era of exploration – Physics World

Nuclear spaceflight: igniting the next era of exploration – Physics World ...

AASWomen Newsletter for February 9, 2024

AAS Committee on the Status of WomenIssue of February 9, 2024eds: Jeremy Bailin, Nicolle Zellner, Sethanne Howard, and Hannah Jang-CondellThis week's issues:1. Celebrating...
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