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Sunday, May 31, 2020
A 660- Square-Mile Iceberg Will Break Away From Antarctica [Infographic]

A 660- Square-Mile Iceberg Will Break Away From Antarctica [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin In West Antarctica, an iceberg about twice the size of New York City is about to break away from the main continent. The area is known as the Brunt Ice Shelf, it’s about 492 feet thick, and the part of it that is in danger of…
Ice Gains In Some Parts Of Antarctica Aren’t Offsetting Its Losses [Infographic]

Ice Gains In Some Parts Of Antarctica Aren’t Offsetting Its Losses...

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<div _ngcontent-c14="" innerhtml="In the past week or so I have been reading a few articles and social media posts on the subject of...
Asteroid News: Bennu Photos And Ultima Thule [Infographic]

Asteroid News: Bennu Photos And Ultima Thule [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The year seems to be off to a great start in terms of exciting asteroid related events. This past month there were two historic objects photographed by nearby spacecraft. Bennu was ready for it’s close up Back in Sept 2016, the OSIRIS-Rex spacecraft set out to…
The Polar Vortex And How It relates To Worldwide Warming [Infographic]

The Polar Vortex And How It relates To Worldwide Warming [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The temperature in the Mid-west has dropped to a crazy low level and we are all hearing two familiar words in the weather reports, polar vortex. This type of news is usually followed by a heated discussion about global warming on social media. With that thought…
The Secret Of Stardust In Meteorites Has Actually Been Resolved [Infographic]

The Secret Of Stardust In Meteorites Has Actually Been Resolved [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Somewhere off in deep space a catastrophic explosion ejected a large amount of mass from a dying star. The intense heat of this explosion helped create many of the elements that make up your body, your home, and your planet. Many of these elements can only…
Asteroid News: Radar Research Study And The Lucy Objective [Infographic]

Asteroid News: Radar Research Study And The Lucy Objective [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin As 2018 comes to a close let's take a look at what is happening with all the objects surrounding the Earth. 2003 SD220 An asteroid that is about 1 mile long and to me, looks like a potato was observed using radar earlier this month. The…
The Significance Of Studying Comets With Radar [Infographic]

The Significance Of Studying Comets With Radar [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Earlier this month on Dec 16th, at the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, a comet was observed using radar. This is not something that happens very often, in fact, it’s quite rare. This is only the eighth comet to be observed by radar in…
The 2018 ExoCup Is Here [Infographic]

The 2018 ExoCup Is Here [Infographic]

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New Dwarf World Might Point The Method To World X [Infographic]

New Dwarf World Might Point The Method To World X [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin The orbit of a dwarf planet known as The Goblin has been confirmed. First spotted in October of 2015 using Japan’s Subaru telescope the planet is estimated to be about 186 miles wide and spherical. Scientists do not know a lot about this new dwarf planet.…
Objective Summary: 5 Things You Required To Understand About BepiColombo [Infographic]

Objective Summary: 5 Things You Required To Understand About BepiColombo [Infographic]

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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin On October 20th of this year, the ESA will be launching a world-class scientific mission to Mercury. The mission is called BepiColombo and it is led by the ESA with the cooperation of JAXA this mission will be the ESA’s first mission to the smallest planet…

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