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Universe Today

Space and astronomy news.

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May 2023 130
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Nov 2023 147
Dec 2023 111
Jan 2024 150
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Most recent posts

After Swirling Around a Black Hole, Matter Just Falls Straight In
The physics surrounding black holes is just plain weird. A gravitational well so strong that not even light can escape can do some pretty strange things to normal matter. Over the decades, plenty of theories …
On , by Andy Tomaswick, 567 words
The Habitable Worlds Observatory Could See Lunar and Solar ‘Exo-Eclipses’
A future space observatory could use exo-eclipses to tease out exomoon populations. If you’re like us, you’re still coming down from the celestial euphoria that was last month’s total solar eclipse. The spectacle of the …
On , by David Dickinson, 979 words
New Shepard’s 25th Launch Carries Six to the Edge of Space and Back
Sending tourists to space is still relatively novel in the grand scheme of humanity’s journey to the stars. Dennis Tito took the first-ever paid trip in 2001, but since then, plenty of others have journeyed …
On , by Andy Tomaswick, 489 words