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Why do some planets have moons? A physics expert explains why Earth has only one moon while other planets have hundreds
NASA’s asteroid sample mission gave scientists around the world the rare opportunity to study an artificial meteor
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Australian made lunar rover “hops” across Australia
Venus is losing water faster than previously thought – here’s what that could mean for the early planet’s habitability
Clouds Blanket Night Side Of Hot Exoplanet WASP-43b
Searching For Clues In Fly-by
Earth, the Sun and a bike wheel: why your high-school textbook was wrong about the shape of Earth’s orbit
In the Field: UW researchers traveling to capture total solar eclipse
How medieval chroniclers interpreted solar eclipses and other celestial events
Why there may be oceans inside dwarf planets beyond Pluto – and what this means for the likely abundance of life
Stellar murder: when stars destroy and eat their own planets
Toni puts lifesaving skills to good use
Stargazer’s guide to heavenly events in 2024
The Solar System used to have nine planets. Maybe it still does? Here’s your catch-up on space today
Meteors, supermoons, a comet and more: your guide to the southern sky in 2024
Giant doubts about giant exomoons
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We landed a camera on Venus before seeing parts of our own oceans – it’s time to ramp up observations closer to home
Source of electron acceleration and X-ray aurora of Mercury ̶ local chorus waves detected
Organisms without brains can learn, too – so what does it mean to be a thinking creature?
Signs of life? Why astronomers are excited about carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere of an alien world
Healthy Ocean Act – Marama Davidson Speech
Heat Sensor Protects Venus Flytrap From Fire
ARC project to capture planetary growth in real-time
New algorithm ensnares its first ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid
This planet survived a death sentence – and astronomers don’t know how
Astronomers puzzled by ‘planet that shouldn’t exist’
For the first time, astronomers have found life-supporting molecules called phosphates on Enceladus
The final frontier: University of Sydney introduces space law
5 incredible craters that will make you fall in love with the grandeur of our Solar System
People are complaining about Mercury in retrograde. But what does it actually mean?
Two trillion tonnes of greenhouse gases, 25 billion nukes of heat: are we pushing Earth out of the Goldilocks zone?
Mars Rover documentary to screen at Cornell Cinema
Man dies after Woolamai rollover
The much-anticipated JUICE mission to Jupiter launches today. Here’s what it might discover
Sky shows: stargazer’s guide to 2023
CSIRO to support future SpaceX missions
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Police search for men on jetski
Astronomers have detected another ‘planet killer’ asteroid
Climate change is making workers’ lives more difficult
CSIRO supporting NASA’s return to Moon
Earth’s crust has been ‘dripping’ beneath Andes Mountains for millions of years: Researchers
Geoscientists confirm millions-year-old dripping of Earth’s crust beneath Andes Mountains
UPDATE V: Police advance murder investigation with public assistance, South Australia
Police call for witnesses after man murdered at Venus Bay
Unexplained death at Venus Bay, South Australia