Thursday Space Dust: Wobbles, Waves, Winds, Rocks, Ripples, and Jets

Thursday Space Dust: Wobbles, Waves, Winds, Rocks, Ripples, and Jets

My space cadet friend, Maggie, keeps us up to date on the latest finds out there!


By Maggie

Sudiksha Kochi: NASA Hubble Space Telescope is back with a stunning image after a long mysterious glitch

Caroline Delbert: There’s a Wobble in the Moon’s Orbit. That’s Not Good.

Ryan Morrison: Infrared imaging reveals how winds run BACKWARDS at night on Venus

Laura Geggel: 52-foot-tall ‘megaripples’ from dinosaur-killing asteroid are hiding under Louisiana

Fiona MacDonald: We Just Got an Image of a Plasma Jet From Another Supermassive Black Hole, And Whoa

Ian Randall: Experts spot two stars falling into other 1,500 light years from Earth

Michelle Starr: Rock Fragment Found in Field Turns Out to Be Ancient 4.6-Billion-Year-Old Meteorite

VIDEO: The Weather Channel: Don’t Miss the Year’s Best Meteor Shower July 14 – Aug. 24

Forrester Research: The space wide web is ready to launch: We are now at the cusp of an exciting new industry…

Paul Brinkmann: Lockheed Martin opens new spacecraft facility in Florida

Kate Duffy: NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover will fire a laser from its 7-foot robotic arm to cut its first sample of Martian rock

Caroline Delbert: Stephen Hawking Was Right: Black Holes Simply Can’t Shrink

More from Maggie here.

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

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