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The Bizarre Planets That Could Be Humanity’s New Homes
(Feb 2019) Worlds of eternal darkness and never-ending sunlight could be the future of the human race—if we’re serious about colonizing other solar systems . all their strange geological features and weird kno

Kepler 107c: A massive collision leaves behind a superdense exoplanet
(Feb 2019) It’s incredible to me that this is where we are in exoplanet science, given that the first one . and similarities and differences with our own solar system. Over and again we find that we’re the wei

After a 15-year odyssey, NASA loses its trailblazing Opportunity
(Feb 2019) The last transmitted image showed solar radiation was one fortieth its pre-storm level . an atmospheric scientist at the Space Science Institute. “It’s odd to think about grief being associated with

Solar Mystery Starts to Unravel as NASA Detects ‘Tadpole’ Jets Coming From Sun’s Surface
(Feb 2019) In a study published in Nature Astronomy, scientists with NASA are now edging closer to understanding this weird phenomenon. While analyzing data taken by one of the space agency’s solar observation s

Planetary Smash-Up May Have Produced This Distant Iron Exoplanet
(Feb 2019) Now, reports Jeremy Rehm at Science News, we can add another space oddity to the . Typically, during the early years of a solar system there is an accretion disc made of gas and dust that spins arou

The ‘wonky’ star system spotted for the first time: Strange quadruple formation could uncover a new breed of ‘weird’ planets with four suns
(since Jan, 2019) ‘If the rest of the planet formation process can happen, there might be a while population of misaligned circumbinary planets that we have yet to discover, and things like weird seasonal variations ..

Goodnight, Opportunity: So Long, and Thanks for All the Geology! – Scientific American
(Feb 2019) Goodnight, Opportunity: So Long, and Thanks for All the Geology!  Scientific American

I’m crying over a dang piece of machinery, but folks, this little rover was special. Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity was meant to last 90 days; she survived for .

How sci-fi could help solve climate change – Grist
(Feb 2019) How sci-fi could help solve climate change  Grist

As early as 1905, nearly 50 years before the first photovoltaic cell was put to use, the women of “Ladyland” were thriving on solar energy. I’m sure that Rokeya .

Nuclear goes retro — with a much greener outlook – Knowable Magazine
on 22nd of Feb 2019 Nuclear goes retro — with a much greener outlook  Knowable Magazine

Returning to designs abandoned in the 1970s, start-ups are developing a new kind of reactor that promises to be much safer and cleaner than current ones.

Strange gamma rays from the sun may help decipher its magnetic fields – Science News
(months ago) Strange gamma rays from the sun may help decipher its magnetic fields  Science News

The sun spits out more and weirder gamma rays than anyone expected, which could give a new view of the sun’s magnetic fields.

NASA Learns More About Interstellar Visitor ‘Oumuamua – NASA Planetary Science
(some months now) NASA Learns More About Interstellar Visitor ‘Oumuamua  NASA Planetary Science

NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope has helped scientists get a better idea of the size of ‘Oumuamua — the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system.

6 Strange Facts about the Interstellar Visitor ‘Oumuamua – Scientific American
(some months now) 6 Strange Facts about the Interstellar Visitor ‘Oumuamua  Scientific American

On October 19, 2017, the first interstellar object, ‘Oumuamua, was discovered by the Pan-STARRS survey. The experience was similar to having a surprise .

Alien Space Rock ‘Oumuamua Just Keeps Getting Weirder – The Crux – Discover Magazine
(some months now) Alien Space Rock ‘Oumuamua Just Keeps Getting Weirder – The Crux  Discover Magazine

On October 19, 2017, astronomers first saw an object from another solar system traveling through our own. Zipping into our solar system from above, the .

Update: Remote solar observatory reopens after mysterious evacuation – Science Magazine
(months ago) Update: Remote solar observatory reopens after mysterious evacuation  Science Magazine

*Update, 17 September, 3:55 p.m.: The Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico reopened today. In a statement, the operator of the site, the Association of .

Mercury’s strange chemistry revealed | Space – EarthSky
(months ago) Mercury’s strange chemistry revealed | Space  EarthSky

Mercury is an odd little world, but new research is revealing its mysteries. Plus, the upcoming BepiColombo mission – a joint mission between Europe and Japan .

10 of the strangest exoplanets in the universe – Big Think
(months ago) 10 of the strangest exoplanets in the universe  Big Think

Exoplanets are planets that lie beyond our own solar system and revolve around other stars many light years away. In the past two decades, thousands have .

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