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The Daily Space

By Dr. Pamela Gay & Annie Wilson

Get your daily dose of all that's new in space and astronomy. The sky is not the limit, as we bring you a fast-paced roundup of launches, landings, and everyday discoveries. The Daily Space is brought to you by the team behind CosmoQuest at the Planetary Science Institute, and features hosts Dr. Pamela L. Gay & Annie Wilson.

  1. 1.
    Centaur Seen Changing to Jupiter Family Comet for First Time11/27/2020
    8:11
  2. 2.
    Rocket Roundup for November 25, 202011/25/2020
    9:40
  3. 3.
    Black Hole’s Dust Ring Casting Shadows11/24/2020
    12:47
  4. 4.
    Cosmic Mystery Solved and Stellar Missing Link Discovered11/19/2020
    34:11
  5. 5.
    Rocket Roundup for November 18, 202011/18/2020
    9:19
  6. 6.
    New Pieces Placed in Milky Way Formation and Evolution Puzzle11/18/2020
    28:47
  7. 7.
    Luminous Kilonova Challenges Gamma-ray Burst Theories11/13/2020
    18:52
  8. 8.
    Rocket Roundup for November 12, 202011/12/2020
    14:38
  1. 9.
    First Brown Dwarf Discovered Using Radio Observations11/10/2020
    19:33
  2. 10.
    Bumper Crop of Gravitational Wave Events Detected!10/30/2020
    14:27
  3. 11.
    NASA’s SOFIA telescope reports water found in sunlit crater on Moon10/29/2020
    17:07
  4. 12.
    Rocket Roundup for October 28, 202010/29/2020
    8:11
  5. 13.
    Planetary Pandemonium for October 23, 202010/23/2020
    11:41
  6. 14.
    Did we mention OSIRIS-REx sampled Bennu this week?10/22/2020
    10:41
  7. 15.
    Rocket Roundup for October 21, 202010/21/2020
    24:41
  8. 16.
    Planetary Pandemonium for 16 October 202010/19/2020
    7:32
  9. 17.
    Betelgeuse smaller and closer than previously thought… what?10/19/2020
    13:55
  10. 18.
    Exoplanet guardians, quasar jets, and a globular cluster10/15/2020
    11:29
  11. 19.
    Rocket Roundup for October 14, 202010/14/2020
    10:06
  12. 20.
    Death by Spaghettification!10/13/2020
    10:31
  13. 21.
    Double Dose of Planetary Pandemonium10/09/2020
    8:46
  14. 22.
    Stars and Planets May Grow Up Together!10/08/2020
    8:36
  15. 23.
    Rocket Roundup for October 7, 202010/07/2020
    6:12
  16. 24.
    Martian Dunes; Carina Nebula; Nobel Prize in Physics10/06/2020
    41:30
  17. 25.
    Large Scale Structure discovered in early universe10/06/2020
    7:28
  18. 26.
    Science Story Double Feature09/28/2020
    10:48
  19. 27.
    Rocket Roundup for September 23, 202009/23/2020
    7:27
  20. 28.
    Black hole signatures, planetary nebulae, and… Bennu.09/22/2020
    12:06
  21. 29.
    Enceladus, a magnetar, and a comet aurora, oh my!09/21/2020
    9:23
  22. 30.
    Planetary Pandemonium: All the planetary stories that were NOT about Venus09/18/2020
    8:07
  23. 31.
    Gas giant found orbiting white dwarf star and a Wolf-Rayet binary produces dust09/17/2020
    8:54
  24. 32.
    Rocket Roundup for September 16, 202009/16/2020
    7:22
  25. 33.
    Dark matter discrepancy; unique supernova; extreme galaxies09/15/2020
    57:20
  26. 34.
    Phosphine found in Venus clouds leads to more questions09/15/2020
    15:45
  27. 35.
    Planetary Pandemonium: metal hydrogen, Galilean moons, and an asteroid09/11/2020
    8:46
  28. 36.
    Cosmic Microwave Background experiment; Astronomy and Climate; Bennu09/10/2020
    12:00
  29. 37.
    Rocket Roundup for September 9, 202009/09/2020
    7:42
  30. 38.
    Gravitational waves lead to ground-breaking, “impossible” discovery; Triple-star planetary rings09/08/2020
    11:57
  31. 39.
    Rocket Roundup for September 2, 202009/02/2020
    9:17
  32. 40.
    Mission update: Psyche; new tech; and a special Mars photo09/01/2020
    8:18
  33. 41.
    Dual quasars; tidal disruption events; and a halo for Andromeda08/31/2020
    10:12
  34. 42.
    Rocket Roundup for August 26, 202008/26/2020
    6:02
  35. 43.
    Europa, Ganymede, and more picture of Comet NEOWISE08/25/2020
    6:20
  36. 44.
    Cool worlds, exploding stars, and an asteroid that missed Earth08/20/2020
    10:00
  37. 45.
    Rocket Roundup for August 19, 202008/19/2020
    7:50
  38. 46.
    A Whole lotta what: Gamma-ray heartbeat heard; Stars with planets have no chemical fingerprint; ‘Oumuamua not made of molecular hydrogen ice08/18/2020
    10:21
  39. 47.
    Betelgeuse dimming again! Hubble understands last winter’s dimming. Plus Ganymede hit with massive asteroid in distant past.08/17/2020
    11:22
  40. 48.
    Mission updates: Arecibo suffers damage, OSIRIS-Rex performs final rehearsal, TESS completes primary mission, plus guest Kynan Hughson talks Ceres08/13/2020
    30:05
  41. 49.
    Rocket Roundup for August 12, 202008/12/2020
    6:48
  42. 50.
    All things Ceres! Plus guest Dr. David Grinspoon08/11/2020
    51:04
  43. 51.
    Stellar eggs; Hubble uses lunar eclipse to detect Earth’s oxygen; Arecibo goes back to work after hurricane; Perseid meteor shower08/10/2020
    10:23
  44. 52.
    Lighting and mushballs in Jupiter’s atmosphere, a massive planetary wave in Venus’, and marsquakes provide InSight into Mars’ structure08/06/2020
    7:52
  45. 53.
    Rocket Roundup for August 5, 202008/05/2020
    9:47
  46. 54.
    Free-flowing water on ancient Mars? Not so fast! Plus a black hole fails to prevent star formation and unequal neutron stars colliding may be noisy.08/04/2020
    12:08
  47. 55.
    Quantum effects observed in white dwarfs; machine learning helps find low-oxygen-abundance galaxy; signs of possible neutron star in SN 1987A; pair of recent meteorites found in Australia08/03/2020
    11:16
  48. 56.
    Quick plunge in sunlight caused Snowball Earths; remnants of globular cluster found; loop quantum cosmology breaks our brains07/30/2020
    12:10
  49. 57.
    Rocket Roundup for July 29, 202007/29/2020
    8:33
  50. 58.
    RAVE spectroscopic survey releases final data set; “central engine” of a solar flare characterized; conveyor belt of material seen feeding young star system from parent cloud07/28/2020
    11:46
  51. 59.
    Oddball meteorite family finally has an origin story; Juno takes first pictures of Ganymede’s North Pole; Summer on Saturn in new Hubble image07/27/2020
    10:58
  52. 60.
    Galaxies have magnetic fields, too; ultraviolet flash spotted with supernova; multi-planet system directly imaged; new method finds ‘lost’ worlds07/23/2020
    28:49
  53. 61.
    Rocket Roundup for July 22, 202007/22/2020
    5:23
  54. 62.
    Active volcanoes on Venus; mini-Neptune exoplanets may be ocean worlds; observing comet NEOWISE07/21/2020
    10:36
  55. 63.
    Black hole’s corona disappearing act; white dwarf hurtling across Milky Way; SDSS fills in gap in expansion history; new image of CMB continues age debate; using science to analyze art07/20/2020
    15:08
  56. 64.
    Mission updates! NASA’s New Horizons seeking another target; Emirates Hope orbiter set to launch for Mars; NASA and ESA release first Solar Orbiter images07/16/2020
    8:21
  57. 65.
    Rocket Roundup for July 15, 202007/15/2020
    13:28
  58. 66.
    Short gamma-ray burst’s afterglow detected; young star found with spiral disk; red giants with starspots rotate quickly; machine learning helps predict survivability of planetary systems07/14/2020
    15:04
  59. 67.
    Asymmetric neutron binary star system discovered; Planet 9 could be a black hole (really); Mars Curiosity and InSight catchup; NEOWISE07/13/2020
    12:10
  60. 68.
    Cosmic reionization caught in the act; Exoplanet pair found using ground-based telescope; Celebrate the Fourth of July with two images of cosmic fireworks07/03/2020
    10:07
  61. 69.
    Exposed planetary core discovered; neutrinos may come from SMBHs; filaments around galaxy cluster Abell 2255; LIGO reveals “spooky popcorn”07/02/2020
    49:03
  62. 70.
    Rocket Roundup for July 1, 202007/01/2020
    5:09
  63. 71.
    Massive star disappears; Symbiotic nova produces burst of gamma rays; “Capture the Dark” photography contest winners announced06/30/2020
    10:49
  64. 72.
    Second-most distant quasar found and given Hawai’ian name; theoretical axion particles may explain origin of dark matter06/29/2020
    14:07
  65. 73.
    Martian highlands formed by mud downpours; Detailed images of dusty debris discs; Planet-forming disc “flaps” its wings06/26/2020
    8:32
  66. 74.
    Gravitational wave event leads to detection of object in “mass gap” and corresponding light detection06/25/2020
    11:35
  67. 75.
    Rocket Roundup for June 24, 202006/24/2020
    6:10
  68. 76.
    Pluto gets a hot start; Breakthrough Listen makes a catalogue; TESS data yields a very young hot Jupiter06/23/2020
    10:13
  69. 77.
    X-ray view of the sky; Hubble images planetary nebulae; Planets form more quickly than previously thought06/19/2020
    10:38
  70. 78.
    Supernova in a lab; Organic molecules in a molecular cloud; Particle interactions in a dark matter detector06/18/2020
    9:18
  71. 79.
    Rocket Roundup for June 17, 202006/17/2020
    8:55
  72. 80.
    Why pulsars shine brightly; Antares’ atmospheric layers; Volcanic craters on Titan06/16/2020
    12:06
  73. 81.
    Newborn exoplanets cooked by star; Organic molecules appear before stars form; Intelligent life likely throughout galaxy06/15/2020
    12:03
  74. 82.
    Solar clock; Hubble constant; Universality of Free Fall; Neutron lifetime measurement; Interstellar parallax; Backyard astronomy exoplanet06/12/2020
    11:22
  75. 83.
    Titan moving away from Saturn; Infrared photos of Phobos; Hints of new volcanism in Europe06/11/2020
    44:53
  76. 84.
    Rocket Roundup for June 9, 202006/09/2020
    4:21
  77. 85.
    Another repeating Fast Radio Burst; Finding a missing “hot corino”; Prebiotic molecules in icy dust grains06/08/2020
    13:21
  78. 86.
    Galaxy formation in early universe; Existence of Proxima c; Kepler-160 system06/05/2020
    9:32
  79. 87.
    Fermi bubbles and the Magellanic Stream; Fast Radio Bursts and their host galaxies; Mars and its former ring06/04/2020
    9:15
  80. 88.
    Rocket Roundup for June 3, 202006/04/2020
    15:23
  81. 89.
    Pulsar powering up; Prototype Gamma-Ray telescope sees Crab Nebula; Hot stars have giant magnetic spots06/04/2020
    10:48
  82. 90.
    Fast Blue Optical Transients; Proxima b is real; Asteroids and comets in the news06/01/2020
    11:43
  83. 91.
    Live from Virtual Balticon! Cosmic ring of fire discovered; Virgin Orbit set to launch cubesat into orbit; BTS at the Daily Space.05/25/2020
    49:42
  84. 92.
    Twinkling heart of the Milky Way spotted; New type of asteroid discovered; Bennu is about to be sampled05/22/2020
    8:45
  85. 93.
    Galaxy mergers trigger black hole growth; massive galaxy found in early universe; planet birth in AB Aurigae05/21/2020
    7:09
  86. 94.
    Rocket Roundup for May 20, 202005/21/2020
    7:46
  87. 95.
    Gamma ray bursts in hypernovae; newborn giant exoplanets confirmed; Guest Dr Jian-Yang Li and interstellar comet 2I/Borisov05/19/2020
    45:37
  88. 96.
    New gravitational lens candidates; Mud flows on Mars; TRAPPIST-1 planets aligned with star’s rotation05/18/2020
    10:13
  89. 97.
    Regular rhythms among pulsating stars; Watery plumes from Europa; and Hidden clues in Pluto’s haze05/14/2020
    57:25
  90. 98.
    Impacts shock Cubic Zirconia on the Moon; Mars will Kill Earth Life; & Black Hole Jet Warps Galactic Bridge05/12/2020
    10:24
  91. 99.
    X-Shaped Radio Galaxies; All-Color Jupiter; & Comet SWAN Shines05/08/2020
    6:57
  92. 100.
    SpaceX get’s their rocket test on; Artemis update; & Guest Dr Jim Richardson talks crater erosion05/07/2020
    55:47
  93. 101.
    Rocket Roundup05/07/2020
    5:12
  94. 102.
    Hidden black holes, mars' magnetic field, banded brown dwarfs, & special guest Andreas Faisst05/06/2020
    44:53
  95. 103.
    Looking for life in White Dwarf Orbits, Our Sun's Low Activity, & Guest David Joseph Wesley05/04/2020
    57:34
  96. 104.
    The Allan Hills Meteorite ALH84001; Asteroid 1998 OR2’s 6 million km miss; & Comet Atlas’s Exquisite Death04/30/2020
    7:19
  97. 105.
    Rocket Roundup for April 29, 202004/29/2020
    4:16
  98. 106.
    Atmospheric tidal waves maintain Venus’ super-rotation, NASA’s Swift mission tallied water from interstellar Comet Borisov, and interview with Patrick Peplowski about MESSENGER at Venus04/28/2020
    52:02
  99. 107.
    Star survives close call with a black hole, researchers use ‘hot Jupiter’ data to mine exoplanet chemistry, and Dr. David Grinspoon talks his “Funky Science Story Hour”04/27/2020
    1:04:03
  100. 108.
    Yale’s EXPRES looks to the skies of a scorching, distant planet, a new model explains the unique characteristics of Arrokoth, interstellar asteroids found hiding in plain sight, and new comprehensive geologic map of the moon released04/24/2020
    7:51
  101. 109.
    A signal like none before, hungry galaxies grow fat on the flesh of their neighbors, and rotating galaxies galore04/23/2020
    7:13
  102. 110.
    Rocket Roundup for April 22, 202004/22/2020
    6:11
  103. 111.
    Hubble Observes Aftermath of Massive Collision, New research may help solve the question of how our atmosphere was formed, and MESSENGER data demonstrates Venus’ atmosphere isn’t uniformly mixed04/21/2020
    7:51
  104. 112.
    Crew Dragon to be crewed May 27, impacts on asteroids make regolith, Comet Borisov lends insights, and the California Nebula gloriously ends Spitzer Mission04/20/2020
    5:37
  105. 113.
    Cheops will bring many exciting discoveries, researchers at University of Geneva discover a six-planets system, and interview with Emily Levesque about Betelgeuse04/17/2020
    55:03
  106. 114.
    OSIRIS-REx spacecraft rehearses touching down on asteroid Bennu, deep sea vents could have kick-started life, and star orbiting the supermassive black hole moves as predicted by relativity, plus interview with astronomer Riley Connors04/16/2020
    53:32
  107. 115.
    Rocket Roundup for April 15, 202004/15/2020
    4:21
  108. 116.
    Researchers learn about the central spherical component in spiral galaxies, Comet Atlas has fragmented into pieces, and talking Mercury with Deborah Domingue Lorin and Jeffrey Kargel from PSI04/14/2020
    1:06:28
  109. 117.
    Discovery of most massive supernova ever identified, explaining ‘Oumuamua', and methane can form on icy dust particles in space04/13/2020
    6:39
  110. 118.
    Black hole bends light, non-uniform universe expansion, and brown dwarf's wind speed measured04/10/2020
    12:13
  111. 119.
    MeerKAT spots unusual features in distant galaxy, photographic proof merging galaxies produce jets of charged particles, and BepiColombo makes Earth flyby04/09/2020
    1:02:51
  112. 120.
    Rocket Roundup for 4/8/202004/08/2020
    6:48
  113. 121.
    Sulfur can impact observations of distant planets, a black-hole powered jet seen in a quasar, and Dr. Stuart Robbins shares his Mars research04/07/2020
    6:26
  114. 122.
    Uranus' odd tilt possibly explained by new model04/06/2020
    8:04
  115. 123.
    Astrophysicist makes mistake inventing device, return of NASA "Worm" logo, Comet Borisov breaks, and it's time to view the Pleiades04/03/2020
    9:19
  116. 124.
    Hubble find intermediate-sized black hole evidence, and neon causes star collapse04/03/2020
    8:36
  117. 125.
    Rocket Roundup for April 1, 202004/01/2020
    4:32
  118. 126.
    Quasar winds flee, Bepicolombo on schedule for flyby, and Comet Atlas on display03/31/2020
    8:07
  119. 127.
    Searching for dark matter in sterile neutrinos and hexaquarks03/30/2020
    10:29
  120. 128.
    Using evolution to hunt exoplanets, and ALMA sees gas jets influenced by black hole03/27/2020
    6:59
  121. 129.
    More secrets from Voyager 2 info revealed, star formation project maps edges of interstellar clouds and Comet Atlas03/26/2020
    10:42
  122. 130.
    Rocket Roundup for March 25, 202003/25/2020
    9:43
  123. 131.
    Update on How COVID-19 is Affecting Space Science03/24/2020
    15:47
  124. 132.
    Black Hole Imaging, Quasar Wind in the Galaxy, and 'Tatooine' Planetary Disks03/23/2020
    8:52
  125. 133.
    Slime Mold can map Universe, Variable Star pulsates on only one side, and Multi - Brown Dwarf System found03/19/2020
    8:32
  126. 134.
    Rocket Roundup for March 18, 202003/18/2020
    10:26
  127. 135.
    Betelgeuse shedding dust, Planet with iron rain, and Days on Earth used to be shorter03/17/2020
    5:45
  128. 136.
    Special Message from CosmoQuest about Programming Coming Up!03/16/2020
    22:11
  129. 137.
    Blazar pointed right at us & Mars 2020 gets a name03/06/2020
    4:50
  130. 138.
    Dying Stars & Living Spacecraft03/05/2020
    7:42
  131. 139.
    Rocket Roundup for March 4, 202003/04/2020
    11:21
  132. 140.
    Cotton-Candy Super Puffs, the warped Milky Way Galaxy, and Conference Chaos03/03/2020
    5:27
  133. 141.
    Galactic Magnetic field, Chonky White Dwarf, & Earth’s Moonshine shows life03/02/2020
    6:28
  134. 142.
    The AGN Outburst we won’t call an explosion and a rock around the Earth02/28/2020
    8:27
  135. 143.
    Learning from Rocks & a Pretty Planetary Nebula02/27/2020
    7:07
  136. 144.
    Rocket Roundup for February 26, 202002/26/2020
    8:19
  137. 145.
    All the Insight Missions latest science02/25/2020
    6:07
  138. 146.
    Science can be silly and it can be sad: Insight Mission, Moon Rocks, Antimatter, & Katherine Johnson02/24/2020
    6:30
  139. 147.
    Of press Release Adjectives, a spinning up pulsar, Sombrero's history, and a new Planet Finder02/21/2020
    9:31
  140. 148.
    All things solar system evolution: Planet formation, composition, and asteroid deflection02/20/2020
    8:43
  141. 149.
    Rocket Roundup for Febraury 19, 202002/19/2020
    10:09
  142. 150.
    Pluto at 90, how to make MU69, and Mars ducks behind Moon02/18/2020
    24:43
  143. 151.
    Crocus Melting on Mars, Betelgeuse changes Shape, and OLA on OSIRIS-REx not working02/14/2020
    7:34
  144. 152.
    That periodic Fast Radio Burst Is. Not. Aliens. (And a side of Starlink and the Pale Blue Dot image)02/13/2020
    7:24
  145. 153.
    Rocket Roundup for February 12, 202002/12/2020
    7:43
  146. 154.
    Asteroid destruction, Brown Dwarf formation, and getting science from dust02/11/2020
    7:22
  147. 155.
    Stars eating stars, CHEOPS unfocused light, and comet C/G 67P’s color change explained02/10/2020
    6:41
  148. 156.
    Looking forward to Solar Orbiter Launch, plus an Exhausted Massive Galaxy02/07/2020
    4:37
  149. 157.
    Putting the Physics in Astrophysics: Cosmic Strings, Frame Dragging and AI in the news02/06/2020
    8:15
  150. 158.
    Rocket Roundup for February 5, 202002/05/2020
    4:28
  151. 159.
    Chasing the cause of weather02/04/2020
    5:29
  152. 160.
    The Sun, Space Weather, and the economic payouts of space science02/03/2020
    6:54
  153. 161.
    Spitzer in Memorial01/31/2020
    7:52
  154. 162.
    New Fine Detail of the Sun, Solar Wind Sounds, and No Satellite Collision01/30/2020
    6:14
  155. 163.
    Rocket Roundup for January 29, 202001/29/2020
    8:08
  156. 164.
    For every generation a hero: Remembering the Challenger Accident01/28/2020
    7:21
  157. 165.
    It’s a star-eat-star, star-eat-planet, and Congress-eat-Artemis universe out there01/27/2020
    8:06
  158. 166.
    Things that go boom with a side of quantum entanglement01/24/2020
    8:56
  159. 167.
    Ancient Impact may have changed climate, Water from Enceladus, and So Long Spitzer01/23/2020
    8:47
  160. 168.
    Chinese Launches, Smallsats, and SpaceX Test: Rocket Roundup01/22/2020
    12:18
  161. 169.
    SpaceX Crew Dragon, Alien and local comet news, and a dive into Sag A*01/21/2020
    10:33
  162. 170.
    Why are new planets still news? And why is the sky red?01/17/2020
    7:03
  163. 171.
    Weird Valtira asteroid, Phosphorous from comets, & merging binary stars near Sag A*01/16/2020
    6:00
  164. 172.
    Rocket Roundup: Two Launches and a Splashdown01/15/2020
    7:33
  165. 173.
    It takes 2 to make a Gamma-ray Burst; Dating a Galaxy Collision with 1 star; Impacts of wildfires on Climate Change01/14/2020
    7:06
  166. 174.
    It's not Aliens, K Stars best place to look for life, and Ganymede's oceans01/13/2020
    9:37
  167. 175.
    Jupiter Throwing Rocks, Moon in Shadows and Arecibo Update01/10/2020
    5:42
  168. 176.
    Final Highlights from AAS - New Stars Everywhere01/09/2020
    7:28
  169. 177.
    2019 Spaceflight: A Quick Review01/08/2020
    7:53
  170. 178.
    Planets, Stars, and death to Dark Energy01/07/2020
    10:00
  171. 179.
    Hubble still going strong at it's 30th Anniversary01/06/2020
    6:53
  172. 180.
    Daily Space update01/03/2020
    59:12
  173. 181.
    Betelguese, Betelguese, Betelguese (and 2 other stories)12/30/2019
    9:13
  174. 182.
    Hangouthathon Promo12/19/2019
    1:41
  175. 183.
    Three launches on one day, and one we missed in Florida12/18/2019
    9:55
  176. 184.
    Seeing the Universe Evolve in Radio12/17/2019
    7:34
  177. 185.
    How do Dust and Magnetic fields effect [everything]?12/16/2019
    7:49
  178. 186.
    More critiques of the wrongness of Disney's science12/13/2019
    17:24
  179. 187.
    OMG Rocket Launches (and we weren't there for any of them)12/11/2019
    12:56
  180. 188.
    Is this a rocket?12/10/2019
    16:16
  181. 189.
    Bennu throws rocks while Enceladus Flexes Tiger Stripes12/09/2019
    7:51
  182. 190.
    Annual Geek Guide to the Holidays12/06/2019
    6:20
  183. 191.
    A white dwarf eats an ice giant, the Sun attacks the Parker Solar Probe, and an ultra-massive black hole12/05/2019
    7:42
  184. 192.
    Rocket Roundup: Five launches, Starship Mk 1 blows its top, Vikram found by Citizen Scientist12/04/2019
    12:09
  185. 193.
    Human Spaceflight Concerns, Rare Antimatter, and Solar Wind12/03/2019
    10:01
  186. 194.
    That weirdly large (potential) black hole, Mars Dust Towers, and Comet Borisov reminder12/02/2019
    8:06
  187. 195.
    A meteor draught, a meteor strike, and a trio of merging galaxies11/22/2019
    5:51
  188. 196.
    Weird Science : Explosions near and far, it's not aliens, and Meteor Storm11/21/2019
    11:55
  189. 197.
    Rocket Roundup for November 20, 201911/20/2019
    12:49
  190. 198.
    Galaxy Cluster Stars, Titan Map, Starlink drama, and Blood flow gone bad11/19/2019
    10:52
  191. 199.
    A tale of two Mysteries: The Source of Solar Spicules & the Search for life on Mars11/18/2019
    10:30
  192. 200.
    Galaxies (and moons and star formation) in Alignment11/16/2019
    7:24

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