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Planetary nebula IPHASX J191104.8+060845 explored in detail

Color-composite picture (left) and narrow band images (right) of IPHASX J191104.8+060845 obtained with the Nordic Optical Telescope. Credit: Rodríguez-González et al., 2020. An international team of astronomers has investigated a…

A Life on Our Planet Nails the Planetary Problems But Misses the Political Ones

David Attenborough is 93. Over the course of his lifetime, the beloved natural historian and broadcaster has seen the planet go through unimaginable changes. Atmospheric concentrations of greenhouse gases have…

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

© Provided by Space NASA and the Space Force have teamed up to sign a memorandum of understanding. NASA and the United States Space Force are banding together for the…

Stellar winds hint at how planetary nebulae get their stunning shapes

In their dying throes, some stars leave behind beautiful planetary nebulae — disk, spiral or even butterfly-shaped clouds of dust and gas (SN: 5/17/18). How these fantastically shaped clouds arise…

ESA Moves Forward With Its First ‘Planetary Defense’ Mission

The European Space Agency (ESA) officially announced its first planetary defense mission to deflect asteroids from Earth.  The $153.3 million project, called Hera, was initiated under an official contract on…