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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 September 28 to Thursday October 5
    The Full Moon is Friday September 29. Mars is very low in twilight. Saturn is visible in the evening sky. Saturn is past opposition, but still bright and a good telescope object. Jupiter is is …
    By Ian Musgrave, 518 words

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

    Astro Bob: Hello, harvest moon!
    The harvest moon spills a little extra moonlight our way this week.
    By Bob King, 17 words

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  4. Astronomy Picture of the Day
    “A different astronomy and space sciencerelated image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.” 🇺🇸

    Back from Bennu
    Back from Bennu
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  5. Centauri Dreams
    “Imagining and Planning Interstellar Exploration.” By Paul Gilster.

    Interstellar Sails: A New Analysis of Aerographite
    A material called aerographite offers options for solar sails that transcend the capabilities of both beryllium and graphene, the latter being the most recent candidate for fast sail missions outside the Solar System. Developed at …
    1,281 words

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  6. 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. 🇺🇸

    Public displays of asteroid
    The details are still to be worked out, but NASA has chosen three museums to display pieces of asteroid Bennu as collected and returned to Earth by the OSIRIS-REx mission. The three venues in Washington, …
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  7. 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 …
    503 words

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  8. Crowlspace
    “A Deeper Future View.” By Adam Crowl.

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

    Let's Fly to the Universe (1962)
    A rescan project, but a rescan of a reprint. I blogged about this book in 2012 here: think it is Czech, but may be a difference Russian language. I got a Russian reprint of this …
    By John Sisson, 112 words

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  10. 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. 🇺🇸

    Memories of Project RAMOS (Russian American Observation Satellites) 1991 – 2004
    During the course of my professional career, one of the more important projects I had the pleasure to work on was the joint US/Russian Federation (RF) RAMOS (Russian American Observation Satellites) program. Before the project’s …
    By Andrew LePage, 2,039 words

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  11. Exploring the Universe with Andrew Fraknoi

    Two Eclipses of the Sun Coming to North America 2023-24
    Two different eclipses of the Sun will be visible from all of North America in the coming school year. (And then we won’t see another one until 2045!) The first will be an annular (ring …
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  12. In the Dark
    “A blog about the Universe, and all that surrounds it.” By Peter Coles. 🇮🇪

    Gaudí and a Shorts Story
    It being a Saturday, and the weather forecast suggesting a temperature of around 30° C, I made an early start this morning to beat the tourist crowds and the heat as I walked around. I …
    By telescoper, 491 words

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  13. 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. 🇺🇸

    End of the Chase for New Horizons?
    End of the Chase for New Horizons?: How the journey taken from start to implementation of the incredible New Horizons mission is facing derailment, somethig that has echoes from the past.
    By Laurel Kornfeld, 38 words

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  14. Leonard David's INSIDE OUTER SPACE

    China: Next Steps in Moon Exploration
    China Moon exploration planners are detailing the country’s next robotic lunar probe mission, the Chang’e-6 to be launched around 2024. This Moon lander is to set down in the south pole-Aitken Basin on the lunar …
    By Leonard David, 62 words

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

    A Real ET Discovery With Promise, Amid Some Other Quite Questionable Claims
    This artist’s concept shows what exoplanet K2-18 b could look like based on new observation. The exoplanet, of a size between Earth and Neptune, orbits the cool dwarf star K2-18. A new investigation of the …
    By Marc Kaufman, 506 words

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

    For the kid who had everything from the worlds of Major Matt Mason ....... Major Matt Wallpaper!I mean, Wow! Who wouldn't have wanted this on their wall back in 1967! I seem to recall I …
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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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.

    Apollo-Soyuz II (1974)
    Image credit: NASA.The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) had its origins in talks aimed at developing a common U.S./Soviet docking system for space rescue. The concept of a common docking system was first put forward in …
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