September 22, 2018: TESS has already found two new planets, per preliminary reports. Original post: NASA released the first images from TESS today. What is
Featured image: The largest volcanoes in the Solar System–Tharsis on June 29, 2014. ESA/DLR/FU Berlin/J. Cowart, CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO
. . . the Dawn mission is coming to an end. Remember those shiny spots on the asteroid? They’re still making headlines! Here is an
Update, March 16, 2019: New asteroid science ahoy! ☄️ Listen in on Tuesday, March 19 at 1:30pm EDT as experts from my team discuss highlights
Recently, the Juno mission to Jupiter accomplished its chief goal by enabling astrophysicists to look inside the gas giant indirectly for the first time.
Humanity is going into space eventually. Lets bring as much of that 60s spirit of wonder and exploration with us as possible, and only what little “business as usual” mindset as required to keep basic operations function.