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Blogs about Space

28 blogs about Space.

  1. Antimatter
    “Life in a puzzling universe.” By Cormac O’Rafferty. 🇮🇪

    4th International Conference on the History of Physics
    This week, the 4th international conference on the history of physics finally took place at Trinity College Dublin. The event, supported by the Institute of Physics and the European Physics Society, was the fourth in …
    By cormac, 658 words

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  2. Astroblog
    “Obscured by Clouds. The rough and ready blog of a cloud benighted biologist and amateur astronomer.” By Ian Musgrave. 🇦🇺

    Thursday March 23 to Thursday March 30
    The First Quarter Moon is Wednesday, March 29. Venus is just above the thin crescent Moon on the 24th. Saturn is low in the morning twilight. Bright Mars, the stars Elnath and Zeta Taurii, the …
    By Ian Musgrave, 472 words

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  3. Astro Bob | Duluth News Tribune NEW
    “Bob King's 'Astro Bob' is astronomy for everyone. Mars, Milky Way, Northern Lights, constellations, star gazing and much more.” 🇺🇸

    Astro Bob: Sun shouts spring, but Minnesota keeps winter close
    Spring officially begins on Monday, March 20, at 4:24 p.m. Central Time. Not that you'd know it in Minnesota.
    By Bob King, 29 words

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  4. Centauri Dreams
    “Imagining and Planning Interstellar Exploration.” By Paul Gilster.

    Oceanic Surprise: Pushing Europa’s Ice
    Getting Europa Clipper to its target to analyze the surface of Jupiter’s most interesting moon (in terms of possible life, at least) sets up a whole range of comparative studies. We have been mining data …
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  5. collectSPACE
    “Source for space history, space artifacts, and space memorabilia. Learn where astronauts will appear, browse collecting guides, and read original space history-related daily reports.” By Robert Pearlman. 🇺🇸

    Launching a maple leaf to the moon
    The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has debuted its first new logo in nearly 30 years. The new mark retains the maple leaf and four-pointed star from the agency's original identifier, but rearranges them in a …
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  6. Comets & Asteroids - Small Bodies of the Solar System
    “Latest news about Comets and Neo by Remanzacco Astronomical Observatory, Italy. Images and information about recent minor planets discoveries provided by our observer team.” By Ernesto Guido. 🇮🇹

    Small Asteroid 2023 CX1 (NEOCP Sar2667) impacted Earth on February 13
    On 2023 February 12.8 (20:18:07 UTC), K. Sarneczky found a small asteroid with the 0.60-m Schmidt + CCD of the Piszkéstető Observatory in Hungary (K88 MPC code) that was soon after put on the NEOCP …
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  7. Crowlspace
    “A Deeper Future View.” By Adam Crowl.

    Project Hail Mary – A Crowlspace Review, Erratum
    A slight correction is required. I initially assumed the acceleration of the Starship “Hail Mary”was 1.5 gee, but that’s not quite right. The audiobook, which I’m listening to currently, reminds me it’s actually 15 m/s^2. …
    By Adam, 65 words

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  8. Dreams of Space - Books and Ephemera
    “Non-fiction children's space flight stuff 1945-1975.” By John Sisson.

    Gumby and Pokey Coloring Book (1966)
    Since part of this blog is reliving the joys of my childhood I need to talk about Gumby and Pokey. Gumby was a television show for children that ran (at least for me) from 1953-1969. …
    By John Sisson, 149 words

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  9. Drew Ex Machina | Posts
    “My website is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of my past and current professional work. My areas of interest include remote sensing, spaceflight, astronomy and astrobiology.” By Andrew LePage. 🇺🇸

    Habitable Planet Reality Check: TOI-700e Discovered by NASA’s TESS Mission
    During a press conference held on January 6, 2020 at the 235th meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in Honolulu, Emily Gilbert (then a graduate student at the University of Chicago) announced the discovery …
    By Andrew LePage, 3,508 words

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  10. Exploring the Universe with Andrew Fraknoi

    Zoom Into the Andromeda Galaxy
    Check out an Older Hubble Telescope Image that will Leave You Star-struck We astronomers often talk about the vastness of things out there — the sheer, mind-boggling numbers of stars and galaxies that make up …
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  11. In the Dark
    “A blog about the Universe, and all that surrounds it.” By Peter Coles. 🇮🇪

    The Vernal Equinox 2023
    The Vernal Equinox, or Spring Equinox, (in the Northern hemisphere) takes place on Monday 20th March 2023, at 21.24 UTC (which is this evening at 9.24pm local Irish Time). I’m posting this 12 hours in …
    By telescoper, 474 words

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  12. LaurelsPlutoBlog
    “This is a blog advocating the overturning and/or ignoring of the controversial IAU planet definition that demoted Pluto, the adoption of a broader planet definition that includes all dwarf planets, and the chronicling of worldwide efforts toward these goals.” By Laurel Kornfeld. 🇺🇸

    Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Carolyn Porco and Scott Tremaine are Wrong about Pluto!
    In a Facebook announcement dated February 14, 2023, planetary scientist Carolyn Porco takes on the role of planetary town crier, stating, “Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Scott Tremaine, renowned celestial dynamicist & a founder (along w/ …
    By Laurel Kornfeld, 1,515 words

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  13. Leonard David's INSIDE OUTER SPACE

    Curiosity Mars Rover: The Road Ahead
    NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover at Gale Crater is now performing Sol 3775 duties. It was a jam packed weekend for the robot on Mars reports Sharon Wilson, a planetary geologist at the Smithsonian’s National Air …
    By Leonard David, 62 words

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  14. Light from Space
    “Thomas Fuchs' amateur astrophotography. Photos, tutorials and tidbits.” 🇺🇸

    The Rosette Nebula
    Next to the Orion Nebula, the Rosette Nebula is definitely a must-do on the list of every aspiring astrophotographer. Located not too far from Orion in Monoceros, this large H II region has spectacular features, …
    By Thomas Fuchs, 148 words

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  15. Many Worlds
    By Marc Kaufman, Elizabeth Tasker. 🇯🇵 🇺🇸

    What Would Happen If Our Solar System Had a Super-Earth Like Many Others? Chaos.
    Our solar system’s rocky planets are tiny compared with the larger gas and ice giants. Exoplanet research has found, however, that the most common planets in the galaxy appear to be super-Earths and sub-Neptunes, types …
    By Marc Kaufman, 509 words

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    “the blog about vintage and modern space toys.” By Woodsy.

    Car booting on Sunday I was amazed to see a Waddington's Ouija, a very obscure board game from the Sixties occult craze.I haven't seen this board game for years.Showing some interest in the thing propped …
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  17. Music of the Spheres
    “Space flight, simulators, astronomy, books, flying, music, science, education: whatever the obsession of the moment might happen to be.” 🇺🇸

    Mendelssohn & Monet
    I was listening to a favorite symphony this morning, Mendelssohn’s Fourth, the Italian Symphony. The first movement is as sunny as I’ve ever known it to be in Italy, even in Tuscany. I started wondering …
    By FlyingSinger, 742 words

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  18. Nonhuman Autonomous Space Agency
    “This is the research blog for the Nonhuman Autonomous Space Agency, an investigation into the potential deployment of networks of nonhumans to colonize the solar system.” 🇺🇸

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  19. No Shortage of Dreams
    “The story of spaceflight told through missions and programs that did not happen - that is, the great majority of them.” By David S. F. Portree.

    Space Shuttle External Tank (ET) Applications, Part One: ET as Space Facility (1982)
    Big tank: External Tank-1, with the Space Shuttle Orbiter Columbia and twin Solid Rocket Boosters attached, arrives at Launch Pad 39-A at NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida, after its roll-out from the Vehicle Assembly Building …
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  20. Space News
    “The latest science news on astronomy, astrobiology, and space exploration from” 🇬🇧

    Ultra-lightweight multifunctional space skin created to withstand the extreme conditions in space
    A new nanobarrier coating could help protect ultra-lightweight carbon composite materials from extreme conditions in space, according to a study from the University of Surrey and Airbus Defence and Space.
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