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New computer models using simple granular physics have been able to match the curious diamond shape of asteroids like Bennu and Ryugu.
New Hubble Space Telescope images show “undead” white dwarf stars exist that have nuclear burning occurring on their surfaces.
New models find that ultra-diffuse galaxies were dwarf galaxies that passed through the dark matter haloes of galaxy clusters and were spread out.
Astronomers using the Very Large Telescope in Chile have successfully imaged the dogbone-shaped asteroid 216 Kleopatra.
NASA’s Deep Space Network observed its thousandth asteroid on 14 August 2021, a 20- to 30-meter wide rock called 2021 PJ1 (not shown).
This week in rocket history: the first successful robotic sample return from the Moon, Luna 16, which launched on September 12, 1970.