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The Daily Space

Sep 30, 2019

It's a day of random news, and we take a foray into bioscience as we look at the effects of spaceflight on mouse reproduction inbetween stories on new studies of instellar comet Borisov's gasy composition and SpaceX's plans for Starship.


Sep 27, 2019

So today was a mind-blowing day with many press releases telling us just how we were wrong about where planets form, how and how fast galaxy clusters form, and the halos of galaxies as they form. 


Sep 26, 2019

We have seen the news for tomorrow, and it is amazing, but for today, we keep things short and sweet and bring you an update on how Psyche got its density, a star getting eaten by a black hole, and a galaxy merger with 3 someday-merging supermassive blackholes in their center.


Sep 25, 2019

It's Wednesday, and that means just one thing: It's time for a Rocket Roundup. This week we have news of launches from 3 nations, 2 capsules on their way to the ISS with 4tons of cargo and 3 people, and an update on the Vikram lander.


Sep 24, 2019

Today is a slow news day, but it's not a no news day. We bring you coverage of the HTV-8 resupply mission to the ISS and the resurrection of the NEOcam mission in a weird not-exactly-still-NEOcam kind of way. We round things out with the discovery of a new mineral trapped in a diamond.