Mars at opposition, four planets at sunset, Venus shining bright, and a lunar eclipse for the other half of the globe. All these make July a pretty great month this year.
How do supermassive black holes get fat? Check its dinner! Does every galaxy host a black hole?
Cheap Astronomy investigates future space travel possibilities and finds that Helium 3 is floating on thin air and a Mars mission will happen when robots are ready to accompany us.
How would football work on another planet? Are we losing opportunity?
Why do YOU care about neutrinos? Can neutrinos be used for rockets? more on today’s Space radio at #365daysofastro with @PaulMattSutter.
This month has seen missions large and small launch towards Mars, and new results from the Gaia satellite.
Rounding up the space and what do you think the general (or astronomy/space) science community’s approach to the problem of climate change should be? more at #365DaysOfAstro with @awesomeastropod