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Archive for September 22nd, 2020

Astronauts take shelter as space station dodges orbital junk

September 22nd, 2020 by

The International Space Station just dodged a fast-moving hunk of orbiting junk.

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2014 MU69: Arrokoth, the most distant object ever explored

September 22nd, 2020 by

New Horizons’ historic flyby of the KBO 2014 MU69, also known as Arrokoth, has revealed incredible insights about the birth of the solar system.

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Blue Origin will launch its next New Shepard suborbital test flight Thursday

September 22nd, 2020 by

Blue Origin’s reusable New Shepard spacecraft will take to the skies this week for the first time in nine months.

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NASA and US Space Force team up for planetary defense, moon trips and more

September 22nd, 2020 by

NASA and the United States Space Force are banding together for the future of human spaceflight.

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Hello fall! Equinox kicks off autumn on Sept. 22

September 22nd, 2020 by

Going forward, the North Pole will be plunged into twilight and then darkness.

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On This Day in Space: Sept. 22, 2006: Japan launches Hinode solar observatory

September 22nd, 2020 by

On Sept. 22, 2006, Japan launched a sun-observing satellite called Hinode, or Solar-B. See how it happened in our “On This Day In Space” series!

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