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NASA has decided the site for its Mars 2020 rover mission; this is Jezero Crater. The 28-mile- (45-kilometer) wide Jezero Crater was chosen as the destination for the mission, which is going to launch in July 2020, because of its potential for scientific research.View More NASA Has Chosen Landing Site for Mars 2020 Rover
In Greenland it was discovered a large meteorite impact crater. An international team of researchers found out this meteorite impact that was hiding beneath more than a half-mile (about 1 km) of ice in northwest Greenland.View More A Large Meteorite Crater Was Found Out Under Greenland Ice
Barnard’s Star is a very-low-mass red dwarf. It is about 6 light-years away from Earth in the constellation of Ophiuchus. The star is the fourth nearest known individual star to the Sun and the closest star in the Northern Celestial Hemisphere.View More Astronomers Discovered Alien World Orbiting Nearby Barnard’s Star
It is coming the moment of Leonid meteor shower that we have an opportunity to watch it late Saturday night and into Sunday morning this year. This meteor shower is always occurring in mid-November. According to the data of NASA an average of about 15 meteors per hour streak across the night sky during the shower’s yearly peak.View More You May Watch the Leonid Meteor Shower This Weekend
We have news from NASA, that they are going to launch a rocket for lighting up the sky on the East Coast. The Northrop Grumman’s Antares rocket has a plan to launch at 4:49 a.m on Thursday. According to NASA weather permitting, the launch should be visible in the Carolinas, and is expected to “light up the sky,” according to the Wallops Flight Facility. “The launch is expected to be visible to much of the East Coast if the skies are clear.”View More NASA Has Planned to Launch Rocket on Thursday That Will Light Up Sky
Researchers have chosen the destination of the upcoming ExoMars mission. As mentioned Veronique Dehant, principle investigator on the surface platform’s Lander radio-science experiment from the Royal Observatory Belgium, “We can fulfill the mission objectives there and the trafficability is very good—the rover will be able to drive”.View More Where Will the ExoMars 2020 Mission Land?
The Universe is one of the unique topics that always we have some interesting themes to write about. Today’s article is devoted to the oldest star that astronomers have detected.View More Astronomers Have Spotted an Oldest Star in The Universe
Continuing to write about space, this moment it’s time to write about a dwarf galaxy that has been just found. The Hubble Space Telescope Has Revealed a small, dwarf galaxy that is called ESO338-4.View More Hubble Space Telescope Discovered a Dwarf Galaxy Called ESO338-4
After nine years of operation in deep space collecting data, Kepler Spacecraft has retired. NASA has decided to retire the spacecraft within its current, safe orbit, away from Earth. Space observatory launched on March 7, 2009, into an Earth-trailing heliocentric orbit.View More The Legacy of Kepler Spacecraft – How Many Planets Spacecraft Discovered?