(UPI) Jul 2016 - Life in the asteroid belt isn't conducive to a smooth complexion. Ceres' surface is proof of that. But researchers say the dwarf planet's face isn't nearly as chiseled as they expected.
Moscow (Sputnik) May 2016 - The Glonass-M navigation satellite, launched from Russia's Plesetsk space center atop a carrier rocket, was brought to its target orbit by the Fregat upper stage, the Russian Defense Mini
The University of Central Florida has detected what could be its first planet, only two-thirds the size of Earth and located right around the corner, cosmically speaking, at a mere 33 light- years away. The exoplanet candidate called UCF
The winter sky is by far the best time for astronomy. Long, dark nights with cool weather can present us with fabulously clear dark skies that last for hours -- let's hunt down some astronomical treasures!
Theyre Here: First Shots of Cassinis Enceladus Flyby - The Cassini probe flew through geysers spewing out of Saturn's moon Enceladus. Today it sent home pics. The post Theyre Here: First Shots of Cassinis Enceladus Flyby appeared first on WIRED.