How to watch tonight’s rare total ‘blood moon’ lunar eclipse

The blood moon rises tonight — and briefly disappears. May 15 marks this season’s full “flower moon,” historically occurring around the time flowers are in full bloom for spring in North America, according to the Farmer’s Almanac. But this one’s extra special — because it’s also the first of two lunar eclipses in 2022, and … Read more

Images of Black Hole in Milky Way’s Center Finally Captured

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University of Florida scientists grow plants in soil from moon

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Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole by EHT, Russia’s ISS Bluff, Ingenuity’s Problems | Space Bites

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‘Supermassive’ black hole at the centre of our galaxy viewed for the first time

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For The First Time, Scientists Have Grown Plants in Moon Dirt. It Didn’t Go Great

When the Artemis program returns humans to the Moon in (hopefully) a few years’ time, there are considerable logistics that need to be addressed for keeping such fragile beings alive in such a hostile environment. Not least is the issue of food. Space agencies involved in the International Space Station are very experienced, by now, … Read more

Octopuses Tragically Destroy Themselves After Mating. We May Finally Know Why

Octopuses are doomed to be orphans from a very young age. After a female octopus lays her eggs, she stops eating and begins self-mutilating, tearing off her skin and biting off the tips of her tentacles. By the time a young octopus wriggles out of its egg, its mother is already dead. A few months … Read more

Incredible Image Has Us So Excited For What The James Webb Space Telescope Can Do

All four science instruments on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope have achieved “perfect alignment” in advance of the telescope’s official debut this summer, project officials said in a news teleconference on Monday (May 9). “I’m delighted to report that the telescope alignment has been completed performance even better than we had planned to Flight Telescope … Read more

These Eerie Wails Are a Real Sound Wave From a Supermassive Black Hole

We might not be able to hear sound in space, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any. In 2003, astronomers detected something truly astonishing: acoustic waves propagating through the gas surrounding a supermassive black hole, 250 million light-years away. We wouldn’t be able to hear them at their current pitch. Emanating from the supermassive black … Read more