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Monthly Archive: August 2019

Carnival of Space #626

This week’s Carnival of Space is hosted by Brian Wang at his Next Big Future blog. Click here to read Carnival of Space #622 And if you’re interested in looking back, here’s an archive to all the past Carnivals of Space

Asteroid Ryugu is a “Fragile Rubble Pile”

When Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft arrived at asteroid Ryugu in June 2018, it carried four small rovers with it. Hayabusa 2 is primarily a sample-return mission, but JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) sent rovers along to explore the asteroid’s surface and learn as much as they could from their visit. There’s also no guarantee that … Continue reading “Asteroid Ryugu is a “Fragile Rubble Pile”” The post Asteroid Ryugu is a “Fragile Rubble Pile” appeared first on Universe Today .

How Do We Colonize the Moon?

Welcome back to our series on Colonizing the Solar System! Today, we take a look at that closest of celestial neighbors to Earth. That’s right, we’re taking a look at the Moon! Chances are, we’ve all heard about it more than once in our lifetimes and even have some thoughts of our own on the … Continue reading “How Do We Colonize the Moon?” The post How Do We Colonize the Moon? appeared first on Universe Today .

A Spacecraft Is Going To Assemble Its Own Solar Panels In Space: Archinaut One

As I’ve mentioned in several episodes now, humanity is in a bit of a transition period, a time when it makes sense to launch material up and out of Earth’s gravity well into orbit, and beyond. But it’s really expensive, costing up to $10,000 per pound you want in orbit, and 10 times if you … Continue reading “A Spacecraft Is Going To Assemble Its Own Solar Panels In Space: Archinaut One” The post A Spacecraft Is Going To Assemble Its Own Solar Panels In Space: Archinaut One appeared first on Universe Today .

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