Category: Space Fact Friday

Space Fact Friday

We Are Going!

Liftoff for Artemis I, marking the dawn of a new era of deep space exploration!! Early in the morning on November 16th, the world’s most

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A Burping Black Hole

A black hole by the name of AT2018hyz surprised researchers in 2021 when it started ‘burping’ up material three years after a Tidal Disruption Event

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Happy Halloween!!!

Halloween is around the corner and the spooky costumes are coming out all over the world and beyond! Astronauts onboard the International Space Station have

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Juno’s Closest Approach to Europa

On September 29th, NASA’s Juno spacecraft flew 219 miles above the surface of Jupiter’s ice moon, Europa, capturing the most detailed pictures to date! The

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From DARTing to SOARing

On September 26th, ten months after launch, NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test successfully made impact with its target – a 525-foot-wide asteroid dubbed Dimorphos. The

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Life on the Martian Riverbed

Preliminary findings from Perseverance continue to intrigue. Since July, the Mars rover has collected four samples from an ancient river delta inside the Jezero Crater.

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