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Space.com

Meteor that blasted millions of trees in Siberia only Scientists have a new explanation for an explosive cosmic event in 1908 that flattened trees for hundreds of miles in a remote Siberian forest.

05/29/2020

Space.com

NetflixNetflix's new "Space Force" series is the inside joke that went too far: and we love it.

05/29/2020

Space.com

Surprise! The 10-episode first season of "Space Force," the new Netflix comedy from Steve Carell and writer-producer Greg Daniels, premieres on the streaming platform today (May 29).

05/29/2020

ESA Top News

Get your ticket to the Moon: Europe’s lunar lander for science and moreGet your ticket to the Moon: Europe’s lunar lander for science and more

05/29/2020

Space.com

A first-of-its-kind asteroid thrilled astronomers. But it was just a comet fraud.For a week, it was a truly stunning crumb of the solar system — until scientists realized it was just a dirty hunk of ice with an identity crisis.

05/29/2020

ESA Top News

Solar Orbiter to pass through the tails of Comet ATLASESA’s Solar Orbiter will cross through the tails of Comet ATLAS during the next few days. Although the recently launched spacecraft was not due to be taking science data at this time, mission experts have worked to ensure that the four most relevant instruments will be switched on during the unique encounter.

05/29/2020

ESA Top News

Live discussion on post-millennials’ education during the COVID-19 pandemicJoin us on Wednesday 3 June for a live streamed conversation  with European experts on how space can help with post-millennials’ education and social lives.

05/29/2020

ESA Top News

Live discussion on education during the COVID-19 pandemicJoin us on Wednesday 3 June for a live streamed conversation  with European experts on how space can help with post-millennials’ education and social lives.

05/29/2020

ESA Telecommunications & Integrated Applications

Data-relay satellite ready for serviceThe second node in the most sophisticated laser communication network ever designed is ready to go into service.Dubbed the “SpaceDataHighway”, the European Data Relay System (EDRS) helps Earth-observing satellites to transmit large quantities of potentially life-saving data to Europe in near-real time.Its second satellite, EDRS-C, has now completed its in-orbit commissioning review and is ready to start service.

05/29/2020

New Scientist - Space

Magnetic fields from the early universe may have compressed the Milky Way and other galaxies like it, which could have helped feed black holes at their centres

05/29/2020