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Space.com

Pictures from Space! Our Image of the DayCountless stars fill the cosmic void around the irregular galaxy IC 10 in this deep-space image from the Hubble Space Telescope.

06/21/2019

Planetary Society Blog

With Comet Interceptor, ESA plans to meet a comet on its first trip into the inner solar system. The mission was selected yesterday after a fast-track proposal process and will be developed on a rapid (for ESA) timeline, with a launch planned for 2028.

06/21/2019

ESA Top News

Week in images Our week through the lens:
17 - 21 June 2019

06/21/2019

ESA Education

Get a taste of FYS! Would you like to fly with us? The call for proposals for the new edition of Fly Your Satellite! is coming soon... Stay tuned!

06/21/2019

Astronomy News - Sky & Telescope

Does the massive metallic core of a primordial impactor lie buried under the South Pole-Aitken basin on the lunar farside? The post Huge Mass Found Under Moon’s Largest Basin appeared first on Sky & Telescope.

06/21/2019

Space.com

On This Day in Space! June 21, 2004: 1st Privately Funded Human Space FlightOn June 21, 2004, the first privately funded human spaceflight, launched on SpaceShipOne. See how it happened in our "On This Day in Space" video series!

06/21/2019

Space.com

Hello, Summer 2019! TodaySummer is about to officially begin here in the Northern Hemisphere, marking the shortest nights and the longest days.

06/21/2019

Space.com

X-Ray Telescope Designed for Dark Energy Search Ready to LaunchA German telescope is ready to search for dark energy and other strange things in the universe.

06/21/2019

Space.com

NOAA Hurricane-Tracking Satellites to Launch on SpaceX Falcon Heavy Next WeekThis year's Atlantic hurricane season has been quiet to date, but meteorologists always know that could change. Soon they'll have a new tool for improving forecasts of how these storms will behave.

06/21/2019

Space.com

ESA plans to intercept a comet entering our solar system

06/21/2019