Universe Today hosts the Carnival of Space #609. And NextBigFuture.com hosts the Carnival of Space #610.
“Chandra X-ray Close-up of the Core of M87, EHT Image of Black Hole. Credit, X-ray: NASA/CXC/Villanova University/J. Neilsen, Radio: Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration.” Via Carnival of Space #610
Urban Astronomer hosts the Carnival of Space #607.
Everyday Spacer hosts the Carnival of Space #608.
“Artist’s impression of the surface of the planet Proxima b orbiting the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri. The double star Alpha Centauri AB is visible to the upper right of Proxima itself. Credit: ESO”. Via Universe Today
Next Big Future hosts the latest Carnival of Space.
Possible methane release mechanisms on Mars.
Here’s the most recent
TMRO.tv space show has an interview with Joel Sercel, CTO of Momentus Space:
Momentus is building the in-space equivalent of the connecting flight. Use a big rocket to fly to a common orbit on a cheap rideshare, then use their in-space rocket to get your satellite to any custom orbit 10 times cheaper than what has ever been possible.
The latest space news report from TMRO:
Space 2.0: How Private Spaceflight, a Resurgent NASA,
and International Partners are Creating a New Space Age