putting boots on the moon could mean looking for whats under the surface a new radar system developed at godda
Putting boots on the Moon could mean looking for what’s under the surface. A new radar system developed at Goddard is capable of looking 10 meters, or three stories beneath the surface of the Moon or other rocky bodies. #Moon2024
citizen scientists assemble the mission to bennu needs extra pairs of eyes to help choose its sample collectio
Citizen scientists 👩🔬 🔭 assemble! The @OSIRISREx mission to Bennu needs extra pairs of eyes 👀 to help choose its sample collection site on the asteroid – and to look for anything else that might be scientifically interesting.
mars could global dust storms have blown away the planets water by thrusting water into the upper atmosphere g
MARS: Could global dust storms have blown away the planet’s water? By thrusting water into the upper atmosphere, global dust storms may interfere with Mars’ water cycle, preventing H2O from condensing and falling back down to the surface.
were just beginning to imagine the titanic forces involved when two galactic cores and their supermassive blac
We’re just beginning to imagine the titanic forces involved when two galactic cores and their supermassive black holes merge like in this simulation. Click to see reveal actual images of the process - within 10 million years of merger:
a galaxy merger is a billion plus year process as two galaxies dance toward each other before finally joining
A galaxy merger is a billion-plus-year process as two galaxies dance toward each other before finally joining together. Simulations reveal that galaxies kick up plenty of gas and dust as they undergo this slow-motion train wreck. Via