Differences Fall Away Like Sand on Titan

Differences Fall Away Like Sand on Titan

Using spherical grains called ooids, found on Earth in shallow, tropical waters, scientists have found a possible mechanism for the formation of hydrocarbon sand on Titan. Plus, rocket launches, Jupiter and Mars, space explosions, and this week in rocket history, we look back at Britain’s Ariel satellite program.

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Black Holes, Fast Radio Bursts, Dinosaurs and Rockets

Black Holes, Fast Radio Bursts, Dinosaurs and Rockets

As we return from our mini-break, we bring you some highlights of stories that happened while we were away, including black holes spiraling toward each other, the possible origin of a fast radio burst, and more information on the demise of the dinosaurs. Plus, Erik Madaus brings us updates on quite a few rocket launches.

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