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Jan 4, 2023

Can a gas cloud eat a galaxy? It's not even close. The "claw" of this odd looking "creature" in the featured photo is a gas cloud known...
Space Experiments
Jan 3, 2023

Jan 3, 2023

As of January 1, 2023, Mr. Eric Ianson is serving as the Acting Deputy Associate Administrator for the Science Mission Directorate (SMD) at NASA...
Jan 3, 2023

This line of stars is real. A little too faint to see with the unaided eye, Kemble’s Cascade of stars inspires awe when seen with...
Jan 2, 2023

Look up tonight and see a whole bunch of planets. Just after sunset, looking west, planets Venus, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars will all be...
Jan 1, 2023

There, that dot on the right, that's the largest rock known in our Solar System. It is larger than every known asteroid, moon, and comet...
Dec 31, 2022

Makemake (sounds like MAH-kay MAH-kay), second brightest dwarf planet of the Kuiper belt, has a moon. Nicknamed MK2, Makemake's moon...
Dec 30, 2022

At this year's end Mars still shines brightly in planet Earth's night as it wanders through the head-strong constellation Taurus. Its bright...
Dec 29, 2022

The Horsehead Nebula, famous celestial dark marking also known as Barnard 33, is notched against a background glow of emission nebulae in...
Solar System
Dec 28, 2022

< Back to Planetary Science Programs Kathleen Vander Kaaden (she/her) is a Program Scientist in the Planetary Science Division at NASA...

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