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Titan Has Lakes of Methane Resting on Giant Mesas

The lakes form with processes similar to some that occur on Earth, scientists believe.

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The First Results From NASA's Twin Study Are Here

A year on the ISS will alter an identical twin in very small ways.

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Hayabusa Will Blow Up an Asteroid Tonight
The spacecraft will launch an explosive, create an artificial crater…
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Saturn's Rings Actually Coat Is Tiny Ravioli Moons
A new analysis of the ringed planet's inner moons shines a light on …
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Jupiter Used to Be Four Times Farther from the Sun, Study Claims

New research explains a strange feature of Jupiter's nearby asteroids by suggesting the planet started out life much farther from home.

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Keep on Chasing the Northern Lights

Don't give up on your cosmic bucket list.

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What's the Closest Planet to the Earth? Not the One You Think!

A new calculation provides a new way to think about our solar system.

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Everything You Need To Know About Going To Space

It's time to start planning your trip beyond the atmosphere.

The theoretical Planet Nine was just announced this week. Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown worked out the orbital characteristics of Sedna, an "inner Oort cloud" object and other dwarf planet candidates and comets at that particular region of the sky. They all shared one characteristic: they all seemed to have the sameorbital inclination, and were bound to the same region of the sky.
 Something disturbed those worlds. Something big. Batygin and Brown set forth a paper in the Astronomical Journal which is a road map to finding a world larger than Earth, but smaller than Neptune, in the inner Oort Cloud. It could be a tough find, distant and cold. But Batygin and Brown have set forth a new Neptune-esque riddle: a math problem in search of a planet.
This Is Why Astronomers Think There Might Be an Undiscovered Planet 9

Everything we know about the proposed ninth planet in our solar system.

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Two Astronauts Will Conduct First All-Woman Spacewalk

Anne McClain and Christina Koch will give new meaning to unmanned space travel.

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Here's How It Looks When a Spacecraft Shoots an Asteroid

Japan's Hayabusa spacecraft shot a bullet at an asteroid to collect rock samples and bring them back to Earth.

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There's a New Furthest Known Object In Our Solar System and It's Called Farfarout

Taking advantage of a day out, a scientist bested his discovery last year.

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Hiding in Hubble Data, a New Moon for Neptune

Welcome to the solar system, Hippocamp.

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Hubble Observes Ice Giant Vortexes and Polar Storms on Neptune and Uranus

On Neptune, a dark storm 6,800 miles wide is currently swirling around in the planet’s northern hemisphere.

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NASA Releases New, High-Quality Image of Ultima Thule

This new image highlights all kinds of features that weren't visible in the initial images.

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Saturn's Rings Are Much Younger than You Might Think

A new study finds that Saturn has only had its iconic rings for a fraction of its lifetime.

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Here Is the First Image from New Horizons' Ultima Thule Flyby

This first image is pretty pixelated, but it still answers plenty of questions.

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Something Weird Is Going on With New Horizons' Next Target

Ahead of the Jan. 1 rendezvous, strange readings from the New Horizons spacecraft suggest a mystery around its asteroid target.

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