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NASA spots first possible 'survivor' planet hugging a white dwarf star

By James Rogers

NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) and the space agency’s retired Spitzer Space Telescope have been used to spot the first possible ‘survivor’ planet hugging a white dwarf star.

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A Solar Forecast With Good News for Civilization as We Know It

By Kenneth Chang

Space weather experts believe the sun has entered a new sunspot cycle, and expect it to be a relatively quiet one.

A Solar Forecast With Good News for Civilization as We Know It

By Kenneth Chang

Space weather experts believe the sun has entered a new sunspot cycle, and expect it to be a relatively quiet one.

A Solar Forecast With Good News for Civilization as We Know It

By Kenneth Chang

Space weather experts believe the sun has entered a new sunspot cycle, and expect it to be a relatively quiet one.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

The Search for Life on Venus Could Start With Rocket Lab

By Jonathan O’Callaghan

Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.

Life on Venus? Astronomers See Phosphine Signal in Its Clouds

By Shannon Stirone, Kenneth Chang and Dennis Overbye

The detection of a gas in the planet’s atmosphere could turn scientists’ gaze to a planet long overlooked in the search for extraterrestrial life.

Life on Venus? Astronomers See Phosphine Signal in Its Clouds

By Shannon Stirone, Kenneth Chang and Dennis Overbye

The detection of a gas in the planet’s atmosphere could turn scientists’ gaze to a planet long overlooked in the search for extraterrestrial life.

Life on Venus? Astronomers See Phosphine Signal in Its Clouds

By Shannon Stirone, Kenneth Chang and Dennis Overbye

The detection of a gas in the planet’s atmosphere could turn scientists’ gaze to a planet long overlooked in the search for extraterrestrial life.

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