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NASA: "Hubble Space Telescope Malfunction Won't Last Long"
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA's fleet, Hubble Space Telesciope, Malfunction, Gyro, Will be corrected, safe mode, astronomy, computer, discovery, Gizmos, humans, interesting, nasa, news, space, technology )

Fiona
- 6 days ago - space.com
The telescope went into safe mode because of a failure in one of the instrument's gyroscopes, which steer Hubble and ensure it can get a steady view of space. according to the NASA statement. Please note, comment, and forward.
Voyager 2 Shows First Signs of Entering Interstellar Space
Science & Tech  (tags: space, study, research, nasa, technology, science, tech )

Lindi
- 7 days ago - newatlas.com
After 40 years of zipping through the solar system, Voyager 2 appears to be close to leaving the neighborhood.
What's Going on Around This Strange Neutron Star? - D-Brief
Science & Tech  (tags: science, astronomy, nasa )

Glenn
- 23 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
Astronomers just discovered an unusual heat signature around an isolated neutron star for the first time, and they're not sure what's causing it.
NASA's Public CO2 Challenge Could Help Astronauts Endure on Mars
Science & Tech  (tags: research, astronomy, Mars, NASA, space )

Farah
- 42 days ago - engadget.com
NASA would really prefer that Mars astronauts produce their materials on Mars, but that's not so easy when resources we take for granted on Earth are hard to get on the Red Planet.
Put These 5 Plants In Your Bedroom Window for a Better Night's Sleep
Science & Tech  (tags: study, nasa, health )

Glenn
- 46 days ago - goodnewsnetwork.org
Studies conducted by NASA have proven that several of these plant species can lead to a better night's sleep and better air quality.
Glowing NASA Map Shows Huge Dust Clouds Swirling Across Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, dust clouds, mother earth, pollution, space, interesting pics )

Barb
- 51 days ago - space.com
We live our whole lives wandering from one cloud of dust to the next. The air is full of the stuff: salt wafting in from the sea, black carbon soot from wildfires and all sorts of dusty emissions from heavy industry.
Alien Satellite or Space Debris? Theories on the Dark Object Orbiting Earth Known as the âEUR~Black KnightâEUR(TM)
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, discovery, space, nasa )

Marty
- 57 days ago - thevintagenews.com
The Black Knight lore begins with Nikola Tesla. In 1899, the genius thought he had heard from aliens himself. That year, Tesla was carrying out experiments with a tall, bulky tower he had installed at his property in Colorado Springs....
NASA Live: Official Stream of NASA TV   video
Science & Tech  (tags: Nasa, astronauts, Space Exploration, live event streaming )

Barb
- 61 days ago - youtube.com
Direct from America's space program to YouTube, watch NASA TV live streaming here to get the latest from our exploration of the universe and learn how we discover our home planet.
Bizarre Rogue 'Planet' With Incredible Auroras Puzzles Scientists
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, object, powerful magnetic field, nasa )

Barb
- 70 days ago - space.com
A rogue, planet-size object 20 light-years away from Earth has stunned astronomers with its incredibly powerful magnetic field. The scientists found that the object's magnetic field is more than 200 times stronger than Jupiter's...
Spectators Around the World Marvel at Rare "Blood Moon" Eclipse - Photos
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, history, humans, interesting, moon, nasa, science, space, study, technology, world )

Caree
- 80 days ago - msn.com
Most of the world got to see a spectacular event in the sky Friday. The moon turned "blood red" in a total lunar eclipse for an hour and 43 minutes -- the longest of the century. For those who couldn't see it so well, NASA put out a sort of "highlights"
Underground Lake Found on Mars, Raising Possibility of Life
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, space, nasa )

Marty
- 82 days ago - theepochtimes.com
Using a radar instrument on an orbiting spacecraft, scientists have spotted what they said on Wednesday appears to be a sizable salt-laden lake under ice on the southern polar plain of Mars, a body of water they called a possible habitat.....
From Space.Com: July 27, 2018 Blood Moon Information
Science & Tech  (tags: Space.com, NASA, July 27, 2018 Blood Moon, Maximum Duration of Totality, astronomy, discovery, humans, interesting, news, science, scientists, space, study )

Fiona
- 88 days ago - space.com
The longest total lunar eclipse of the 21st century is less than two weeks away. The total phase of the "blood moon" eclipse of July 27 will last 1 hour and 43 minutes Please note, comment, and forward.
 

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