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  12:47:56  2 July 2018
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nashathedog
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Space & other nonterrestrial news

Space is a big place & we're only now beginning to learn a little of what's out there.

Whether it's news about recently discovered planetary bodies or news on the US's new Space Force & beyond there's plenty to keep us interested.

SPACE.com is a good source for material, Where do you look? Links to add to the OP would be good.

SPACE.com
https://www.space.com/
  12:48:15  2 July 2018
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Saturn Moon Enceladus Is First Alien 'Water World' with Complex Organics
https://www.space.com/41005-saturn-moon-enceladus-complex-organic-molecules.html

NASA Delays Launch of James Webb Space Telescope Again — This Time to 2021
https://www.space.com/41016-nasa-delays-james-webb-space-telescope-2021.html
  12:48:44  2 July 2018
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US Army Troops Could Be Headed to the Space Force

https://www.space.com/41032-army-troops-could-join-space-force.html

When I was a kid I thought humanity would work towards colonizing the solar system a lot quicker than we have, That said I believe there's secret space programs that are a lot more advanced than we think and the announcement of a US Space Force is in part a cover & a way to bottle feed us details so we become accustomed to the knowledge that we are out there.
  12:49:07  2 July 2018
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The Week's Top Space Stories

https://www.space.com/36316-the-most-amazing-space-stories-of-the-week.html

Slides 1 A Japanese spacecraft ends a four-year journey reaching it's target asteroid successfully.

Slides 4/5 A great shot taken by the Hubble telescope

Slides 12/13 Using wind to power Mars landers?

There's some interesting articles linked on the slides.
  14:07:20  6 July 2018
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Super-Sensitive Device Seeks Axions, Proposed Dark Matter Particles

https://www.space.com/41048-super-sensitive-experiment-axions-dark-matter.html




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The ADMX dark matter detector is located underground in an experiment hall at the University of Washington in Seattle, surrounded by a magnetic field.
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  11:16:35  16 July 2018
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High-Energy 'Ghost Particle' Traced to Distant Galaxy in Astronomy Breakthrough

https://www.space.com/41146-neutrino-source-blazar-cosmic-rays.html

NASA May Have Discovered and Then Destroyed Organics on Mars in 1976

https://www.space.com/41140-mars-lander-may-have-burned-organics.html
  11:17:31  16 July 2018
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NASA's New Planet Hunter on Track to Start Science Work This Month

https://www.space.com/41158-nasa-tess-exoplanet-hunter-science-operations-july.html

Discovery of a Cosmic-Ray Source Is a Triumph of 'Multimesssenger Astronomy'

https://www.space.com/41156-cosmic-ray-source-multimessenger-astronomy.html
  12:38:56  23 July 2018
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The Week's Top Space Stories

Diamonds in the Earth, 79 moons around Jupiter, and a bunch of weird stars — it's Space.com's best news stories of the week.

https://www.space.com/36316-the-most-amazing-space-stories-of-the-week.html
  17:54:37  25 July 2018
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Europa Lander May Not Have to Dig Deep to Find Signs of Life

If signs of life exist on Jupiter's icy moon Europa, they might not be as hard to find as scientists had thought, a new study reports.

https://www.space.com/41239-jupiter-moon-europa-biosignatures-survive.html
  17:56:49  25 July 2018
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These Gun-Toting, Weight-Lifting Russian Robots Might Fly to Space in 2019

An unnamed "source in the rocket and space industry" has told Russia's international news agency, RIA Novosti, that two androids, as part of Russia's robot platform FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research), will fly a crewless Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station in 2019

https://www.space.com/41253-russian-robots-fly-to-space.html
 
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