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Jupiter’s Moon Ganymede Emits Dial-Up Noises

Jupiter’s Moon Ganymede, which was named after a Trojan prince in Greek mythology, actually has a sound, according to NASA; unfortunately, it doesn't sound like Greek music but rather emits an odd stream of sounds that is reminiscent of...

Planet Survived its Dying Star: Lessons for Our Solar System

For the first time ever, astronomers have astrophysical evidence that Jupiter and other planets in the solar system will survive the death of the Sun.  By Dimitri Veras How will the Solar System die? It’s a hugely important question that researchers...

Planet Nine: Space Hypothesis Might Be Real Scientists Say

A planet referred to as Planet Nine might possibly exist in the solar system's outermost reaches. It would be the solar system's first newly discovered planet to be recognized since 1846 if it is confirmed. When dwarf planet Pluto...

Jupiter at its Closest to Earth in 59 Years, NASA Claims

On Monday, September 26th, the enormous planet Jupiter will be closer to Earth than it has been in the last 59 years, making it prominently visible in the night sky. As it rises in the east at dusk, the largest...

Jupiter’s Orbit Change Could Make Earth Even More Hospitable to Life

According to recent research, a change in Jupiter's orbit might make the surface of Earth even more suitable to life than it already is. Scientists at the University of California-Riverside (UCR) studied simulations of several configurations of our solar system...

Webb Telescope Captures Stunning Images of Jupiter’s Auroras

New photographs of Jupiter taken by the James Webb Space Telescope were made public by NASA. Webb's views of Jupiter will provide researchers with considerably more information about the planet's interior. Imke de Pater, a professor emeritus of planetary astronomy...

New Study Finds Europa’s Crust Might be Built by “Frazil Ice”

According to a new study published in the journal Astrobiology, the crust of Jupiter's ice moon Europa, may have been partially formed by a fluffy buildup of ice crystals known as "frazil ice." Europa's icy crystals suggest that the shell...

Greece to Host Next-Generation European Supercomputers

Greece is one of five locations for the next generation of European supercomputers, as announced by the European High Performance Computing (EuroHPC) Joint Undertaking on Wednesday. The five selected sites do not include Germany, which will host the first European...

Jupiter’s Moon Europa May Be Hiding Alien Life

A new study exploring the icy shell of Europa, one of Jupiter’s largest moons, finds the frigid satellite shares striking similarities with Greenland. Evidence of the shallow pools—not far beneath the frozen surface of Europa—emerged when scientists noticed that giant...

NASA’s Lucy Mission Prepares to Launch to the Trojan Asteroids

NASA's announced on Thursday that its Lucy mission is ready for launch on Saturday, October 16. The mission is set to explore the Trojan asteroids that surround Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. The spacecraft will reach the...