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carnival of spaceCarnival of Space 643 – Large Parts of Mars has Water 1-12 Inches from Surface

The Carnival of Space 643 is up at the Urban Astronomer. Universe Today -NASA Maps Out the Water On Mars. Some Will Be So Easy to Get, You Could Dig it Out With a Shovel. This rainbow-colored map shows underground …

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1. Universe Today – TESS Has Now Captured Almost the Entire Southern Sky. Here’s a Mosaic Made of 15,347 Photographs A panoramic view of the southern sky is based on 208 TESS images, which were taken during the mission’s first …

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1. Universe Today – This Dried Up Riverbed Shows that Water Once Flowed on the Surface of Mars Nirgal Vallis is one of the longest dried-up river system on Mars. It is almost 700 km (435 miles) long. It’s just …

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The Carnival of Space 633 is up at Cosmoquest. Universe Today – NASA is Working on Electric Airplanes NASA, GE and other companies are developing electric aircraft, which could start replacing commercial jets by 2035. NASA is investigating cutting-edge material …

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The Carnival of Space 631 is up at Urban Astronomer. Universe Today – Hayabusa 2 has one Last Lander it’s Going to Throw at Ryugu. JAXA (Japan Space Agency) posted time-lapse photos of target markers falling towards the surface of …

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1. Universe Today – Nothing Says Springtime on Mars Like Explosions of Sand. CaSSIS is a high-resolution camera and in May 2019 it captured an image of the melting CO2 at Mars northern polar region. The ESA/RosCosmos ExoMars Trace Gas …

astronomyCarnival of Space 626

This is the Carnival of Space 626. Here is an archive of all of the past weekly Carnivals of Space. This where space-related blog joined together for weekly summaries of articles from all of the space blogs. Just email an …

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2. Universe Today – Uranus’ Rings are Surprisingly Bright in Thermal Emissions Uranus’ system has a temperature of just 77 K (-196 °C; -320 °F). The observations also confirmed that Uranus’s brightest and densest ring (the Epsilon ring) differs from …

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The Carnival of Space 616 is up at Every Day Spacer Universe Today – Black hole simulation solves a mystery about their accretion disks Universe Today – You Can Use a Live Webcam to Watch NASA Build the Mars 2020 …

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Carnival of Space 615 is up at Urban Astronomer. Universe Today – Subaru Telescope Sees 1800 Supernovae Japanese astronomers have captured images of an astonishing 1800 supernovae. 58 of these supernovae are the scientifically-important Type 1a supernovae located 8 billion …