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SpaceX destacks Starship to prep for epic 33-engine test fire

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The Launchpad
SpaceX destacks Starship for epic 33-engine test fire
(SpaceX via Twitter)
The coming static fire is one of the last boxes to check before Starship's first orbital test flight.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Webb telescope finds water ice at ringed asteroid Chariklo
(NASA, ESA, CSA, Leah Hustak (STScI))
The most comprehensive plans need a sprinkle of luck, even in space.
Full Story: Space (1/27) 
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Space quiz! SpaceX is gearing up for the giant Starship's first-ever orbital test flight. How many of SpaceX's next-generation Raptor engines are found on Starship?
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Space Deal of the Day
Best DSLR cameras in 2023
(Getty Images)
Here's our round-up of the best DSLR cameras in 2023 that can still compete with mirrorless models.
Full Story: Space (1/27) 
Skywatching
See the moon eclipse Mars on Jan. 30 in free webcast
(Starry Night Software)
The moon will eclipse Mars next week, and you can watch the event live from the comfort (and warmth!) of your own home.
Full Story: Space (1/27) 
Science & Astronomy
Dark matter particle may shed light on cosmic mystery
(agsandrew/Getty Images)
A phase change in the early universe and particles called HYPERs could make dark matter detectable in future experiments.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
NASA's Lucy asteroid mission adds 10th space rock target
(NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center)
NASA's Jupiter Trojan asteroid-scouting mission has been given an additional space rock to visit, bringing the journey's total to 10 asteroids.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
SpaceX
SpaceX launch spawns gorgeous clouds in Florida sky
(NASA/Dave Hughes)
Noctilucent clouds hovered over parts of Florida after SpaceX rocketed 56 Starlink satellites to space Thursday (Jan. 26).
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Spaceflight
NASA 'Day of Remembrance' honors Columbia tragedy
(NASA TV)
Twenty years ago, on Feb. 1, 2003, seven astronauts were just minutes away from returning to Florida's Kennedy Space Center (KSC) when they were lost with the space shuttle Columbia.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Blue Origin plans to fly all-female crew to space: report
(Blue Origin)
The crew will be led by Lauren Sanchez, the girlfriend of Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Technology
NASA funds far-out tech ideas for space exploration
(NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute)
NASA has funded a new set of visionary concepts for space exploration that could one day prove useful - and perhaps even transformative.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Entertainment
Launch rockets and build planets in 'Juno: New Origins'
(Jundroo LLC)
The gaming sandbox includes rockets, airplanes, cars and anything else that you want to subject to realistic physics.
Full Story: Space (1/27) 
 
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Thursday, January 26, 2023

Webb telescope experiences 2nd instrument glitch

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Webb telescope experiences 2nd instrument glitch
(NASA-GSFC, Adriana M. Gutierrez (CI Lab))
Every spacecraft glitches occasionally, and even the most powerful space telescope ever launched isn't immune.
Full Story: Space (1/25) 
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Space quiz! NASA announced a glitch on the James Webb Space Telescope precisely one year after it reached its home at what location?
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Space Deal of the Day
Best binoculars 2023: Top picks for stargazing and more
(Rebecca Greenaway)
We've discovered the best binoculars on the market and compiled this in-depth guide so you can pick the right pair.
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Skywatching
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) shines bright while close to the sun
(Miguel Claro)
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) is proving to be photogenic.
Full Story: Space (1/25) 
Science & Astronomy
Rubble-pile asteroids are immortal 'giant space cushions'
(JAXA)
"In short, we found that Itokawa is like a giant space cushion, and very hard to destroy."
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Perseverance Mars rover files 1st detailed weather report
(NASA/JPL–Caltech/MSSS)
Full Story: Space (1/25) 
SpaceX
SpaceX Dragon may get a shield upgrade after Soyuz leak
(NASA)
NASA is in early-stage discussions with SpaceX to possibly modify its Crew Dragon spacecraft.
Full Story: Space (1/25) 
Spaceflight
Boeing's Starliner crew capsule channels R2-D2
(Boeing/John Grant)
No word yet on whether or not Starliner can replay a hologram of Princess Leia.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Technology
China's Yutu 2 rover still going strong after 4 years
(CNSA/CLEP)
Yutu 2, whose name means "Jade Rabbit 2," is a star once more as China celebrates the start of the Year of the Rabbit.
Full Story: Space (1/26) 
Star Trek
'Star Trek: Picard' Season 3 teaser is pure nostalgia
(Paramount Plus)
Nothing quite as exciting as a trailer for the trailer before the final season actually starts.
Full Story: Space (1/25) 
 
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