SPACE: Voyages Lead to Discoveries

SPACE: Voyages Lead to Discoveries

Posted by Maggie on  in General News

Tatyana Woodall: When Voyager 1 goes dark, what comes next? NASA’s 45-year-old probe is one of the farthest traveling crafts in space. But as Voyager shows its age, a new mission could seek to surpass it.

Marcia Dunn: Bam! NASA spacecraft crashes into asteroid in defense test

Chris Queen: NASA’s DART Mission Makes Impact

Jeff Foust: NASA and ESA sign lunar cooperation statement

Cami Mondeaux: Webb Telescope captures photos of Neptune rings with never-before-seen clarity … HT: Loyal TUS reader and contributor BK, who always has her eye out for juicy space tidbits for this space cadet!

Amanda Kooser: SpaceX Could Step In to Help Extend Life of NASA’s Hubble Telescope: The telescope could get a new lease on life, but the concept is only in an early study stage.

Michelle Starr: A Planet-Sized Heatwave Has Been Found in Jupiter’s Atmosphere

Some Oddities:

Futurism: This Horror Story About the Webb Telescope Will Chill Your Bones

Gemma Lavender: What is a Dyson Sphere?

Evelyn Mervine: Nature’s Nuclear Reactors: The 2-Billion-Year-Old Natural Fission Reactors in Gabon, Western Africa

Melty Earth: Kilauea’s Fissure 8 Eruption – Lava Flow in Leilani Estates Jun 16, 2018…

I’d be a bit worried about one of those ‘cooked cereal’ or ‘spaghetti sauce’ like sudden popping-splash, if you know what I mean.

~~Many thanks to Maggie and The Universal Spectator for reprint permission.

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