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'Star Wars: Visions' Volume 2 blasts back onto Disney+ this year for Star Wars Day

Disney+ released a list of all nine animated shorts for the new season of "Star Wars: Visions" which premieres on Star Wars Day, May 4, 2023.

Tiny NASA moon probe can't reach lunar orbit as planned

After launching with SpaceX in December 2022, Lunar Flashlight ran into trouble in deep space. Now the mission is eyeing a high-Earth orbit that will allow monthly moon flybys.

Don't panic: Ingenuity helicopter reaches 42 flights on Mars

As Ingenuity scouts for Mars sample return, NASA says the milestone flight and larger Perseverance rover mission represents 'the meaning of life, the universe and everything.'

James Webb Space Telescope pushed past its limits to observe DART asteroid crash

The James Webb Space Telescope had to perform outside of its design limits to observe the collision of NASA's DART probe with asteroid moonlet Dimorphos in September last year, NASA has revealed

Virgin Orbit's failed debut UK rocket launch traced to '$100 part:' report

Virgin Orbit's debut Cornwall orbital launch ended in failure Jan. 9, and early stages of the investigation point to an inexpensive part in rocket LauncherOne.

ESA successfully unfurls sail to drag spacecraft out of orbit

The European Space Agency has successfully unfurled a sail aboard a used cubesat to help drag the spacecraft down into Earth's atmosphere and out of orbit.

See the green comet near Mars in the night sky this week

Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) will be positioned close to Mars in the Taurus constellation from Feb. 9 through Feb. 14, making it easier to locate as it dims in the night sky.

Space claw! Sun shoots powerful flare that knocks out shortwave radio (video)

The sun is growing more active in its regular 11-year-cycle and has a huge sunspot serving as a hotbed of flares and other activity.

A dwarf planet beyond Neptune has a mysterious ring that astronomers can't explain

A mini-planet orbiting in the frigid outer reaches of the solar system has a Saturn-like ring of dust and debris that defies the rules of physics, a new study has revealed.

A fleet of gamma-ray burst detecting cubesats could help crack mystery of neutron star mergers

A constellation of tiny satellites could revolutionize the study of the most energetic explosion in the cosmos and help astronomers untangle the mysteries of colliding neutron stars.

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