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Jupiter's Stripes Reveal Stunning Details in New Juno Probe Images

The ribbons of multicolored gas that make up Jupiter's atmosphere are on display in two new images from NASA's Juno probe.<p>In one of the new images, …

Astronomy

Scientists figure out a new way to hunt for aliens

When it comes to alien hunting, astronomers have already done a pretty good job of checking out the planets in our own cosmic backyard. Sure, there …

University of Washington

A blue scorpion over South America

Every now and again I'll see a photo of the sky and have a "Wait, what?" moment. It doesn't happen hugely often, since after all these years of …

Astronomy

NASA wants SpaceX to help it survey the Earth's water surface

SpaceX has won another mission — this time, to survey the world’s oceans. NASA announced last week that it had tapped SpaceX to launch a satellite …

This NASA spacecraft will get closer to the sun than anything ever before

Shortly after NASA was established in 1958, the nation's top scientists compiled a list of missions they thought the brand-new space agency should pursue. The proposals were heady, considering at that point only three satellites had ever been launched. Researchers suggested an Earth-orbiting …

Astronomy

Trump administration wants to end NASA funding for the International Space Station by 2025

The end may be in sight for the two-decade-old program<p>The Trump administration is preparing to end support for the International Space Station program by 2025, according to a draft budget proposal reviewed by <i>The Verge.</i> Without the ISS, American astronauts could be grounded on Earth for years with …

SpaceX plans to fire the Falcon Heavy rocket’s engines on Wednesday

SpaceX has announced a new (tentative) static fire date for its Falcon Heavy rocket. The test is currently scheduled for no earlier than Wednesday, according to <i>Spaceflight Now</i>.<p>This doesn't mean the static fire test will actually happen Wednesday -- the priority here is a Wet Dress Rehearsal (WDR), …

Elon Musk