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TESS Exoplanet Cameras Out of Focus; DES Makes New Dark Matter Map; New Neptune Storm; Eclipse 2017

4th Aug, 2017 - 2885 views

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Space Fan News #28: Introducing WFIRST, Dark Jupiters and Big Solar Flares

13th Aug, 2011 - 8594 views

Let's talk space: WFIRST is a mission to keep an eye on, really great work to be done with this mission: TrES-2B is a dark gas giant that reflects only 1% of the light that falls on it.

Space Fan News #16: First Images of Mercury; All of Kepler's Planets; Number of Earths in Our Galaxy

2nd Apr, 2011 - 9022 views

Lots of really cool news out this week. The MESSENGER spacecraft took some images of Mercury, the Kepler guys put out a really neat graphic showing all of the candidate planets Kepler discovered in February, and a paper showing an estimate of the nu

Space Fan News #10: NASA smashes a comet, measures hole it made; the X2 flare that nobody noticed

19th Feb, 2011 - 5462 views

The two major events this week, both kinda overblown in my opinion, but nevertheless, there was some cool images to come out of it. NASA's comet flyby: X2 Flare: http://s

Space Fan News #9: First Image of Entire Sun Taken; Comments on Solar Max

12th Feb, 2011 - 5997 views

The STEREO team released the first image ever taken of the complete globe of the sun. Not the disk, the ENTIRE sphere. Really cool. I also respond to a request about concerns of the upcoming solar max and the predictions that it will be stronger

Solar Dynamics Observatory Launches!

11th Feb, 2010 - 5537 views Woo Hoo! Up it went, just like downtown. Launch was at 10:23 am EST and as of now, things are looking great. Solar panels are deployed and the spacecraft is getting power. This observatory will provide the best sola

Strange Spheres Seen in Solar Data

5th Feb, 2010 - 10.7K views Some very interesting looking "spheres" were observed by some Space Fans in STEREO data a few weeks ago and asked me what I thought they were. I did some digging and found out.

2012 And The Strongest Solar Storms Ever Recorded

27th Jan, 2010 - 19.8K views Man, it's cold in Illinois. You wouldn't see Carl Sagan trying this. I'll try close captioning this video so people can better read the script, the wind was extraordinarily strong today. This is the first