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Exoplanet to Be Obliterated as It Spirals Into a Star

A doomed exoplanet identified by astronomers outside of our own solar system is spiraling closer to its host star and will be obliterated upon collision with it due to the process of orbital decay. At the moment, Kepler-1658b closely orbits...

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...

How Ancient Greeks Set Humanity on the Path to Space Exploration

While civilized society was just learning to use the wheel on earth, ancient Greeks were aiming at celestial space and the stars.

New NASA Video Shows Stunning 360-Degree View of Mars

NASA released a stunning 360-degree panoramic video of Mars on Wednesday, created from shots taken by the Curiosity rover, allowing Earthlings to take a personal tour of the fourth planet from the sun. More than a hundred separate images taken by...

Jupiter’s Recently Discovered Moons Receive Ancient Greek Names

Researchers from the Carnegie Institution for Science announced last year that they had found twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system. This new discovery has brought the total number of moons orbiting around the planet...