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More Space News
This week in rocket history, we present STS-42, a space shuttle mission full of cool science and the flight of the first Canadian woman in space.
A massive section of missing rock known as the Great Unconformity of the Grand Canyon turns out to have been eroded by huge, melting glaciers.
A small, active microbial community is found in a sample core collected from the subduction zone of Nankai Trough, where water is hot enough to boil.
Beams of ionized gold are accelerated to near light speed, allowed to pass near each other, and generate electron and positrons.
Observations taken with the MeerKAT telescope over three years have uncovered numerous radio bright filaments in the inner Milky Way galaxy.
Using Gaia and twenty years of radial velocity measurements, two brown dwarfs were found orbiting 14 Her in highly eccentric, misaligned orbits.