I Love The Universe

Collection by Ignat Ignatov • Last updated 1 day ago


Stars, Planets and all other wonders out there

Ignat Ignatov

Starship | SN15 | High-Altitude Flight Test

As early as Wednesday, May 5, the SpaceX team will attempt a high-altitude flight test of Starship serial number 15 (SN15) – our fifth high-altitude flight t...

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Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Touched Down on The Surface of the Red Planet - I Love The Universe

The first helicopter on Mars is officially on Martian soil. NASA announced late Saturday (April 4) that the Mars helicopter Ingenuity touched down on the surface of the Red Planet after being dropped by its mother ship, the Perseverance rover. … Read More

Fly-Eyed Lens Array Captures Dim Objects Missed by Giant Telescopes - I Love The Universe

Galileo Galilei used glass lenses to build the first telescope capable of studying the night sky in 1609, improving on a Dutch invention. However, mirrors took over soon after Isaac Newton built the first reflecting telescope later that century: today, … Read More

NASA's Perseverance Rover Has Found Some Mysterious Rocks on Mars (Photos) - I Love The Universe

For the past five weeks, Perseverance has been primarily focused on supporting and documenting NASA’s 4-pound (1.8 kilograms) Mars helicopter Ingenuity’s pioneering flights. But the car-sized rover has been doing science work of its own in the background as well. … Read More

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NASA Could Have Accidentally Brought an Invasive Species to Mars - I Love The Universe

Tiny Stowaways NASA is working hard to bring humans to Mars in the near future, but it could have accidentally sent other life forms to the Red Planet in the meantime. According to Cornell geneticist Christopher Mason, who wrote for … Read More

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Is It Possible To Hear Meteors? - I Love The Universe

Meteors, and meteor showers in particular, are one of the most amazing sights that you can see when you look at the night sky. Those brief flares of light are a reminder that many small rocky objects and particles – … Read More

Perseverance rover captures sound of Ingenuity flying on Mars (video) - I Love The Universe

We’ve already seen NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter fly on Mars — and now we can hear it, too. The whirring of Ingenuity’s fast-spinning rotors was captured by NASA’s Perseverance rover during the little chopper’s fourth Red Planet flight, which took place on April … Read More

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Mars Helicopter Ingenuity Spots Perseverance From the Air During its Third Flight (Photo) - I Love The Universe

On Sunday (April 25), NASA’s Mars helicopter Ingenuity captured a photo of the agency’s Perseverance rover from the air, providing an unprecedented view of a robotic explorer on the surface of another world. “Oh hey, there I am! Never thought … Read More

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NASA’s Mars Helicopter Hits Record Speeds In Third Flight - I Love The Universe

NASA’s Mars helicopter has completed its third successful flight on the Martian surface. According to a NASA status update, the Ingenuity helicopter took to the skies again on Sunday. The agency said that Ingenuity was able to fly “faster and … Read More

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NASA’s Perseverance Rover Just Turned Martian CO2 Into Oxygen - I Love The Universe

It’s the “first instrument to produce oxygen on another world.” NASA’s Perseverance rover recently sucked up a small amount of carbon dioxide from the Martian atmosphere and converted it to oxygen using a toaster-sized scientific instrument. It’s a ground-breaking first … Read More

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How Long Could You Survive In Other Planets of Solar System ? - I Love The Universe

Earth is a beautiful place. You will surely start appreciate a lot more when you find out how long you willsurvive through other places of the Solar System. Without any protection, of course! And let me give you a clue: … Read More

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Why Aliens Should be Terrified of NASA’s New Space Telescope - I Love The Universe

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) from NASA is scheduled to launch later this year, and scientists are excited. Some scientists are ecstatic at the possibility of ‘traveling across time’ to learn about the origin story of our universe, while … Read More

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Explore Over 20,000 Satellites in These Incredible Interactive Maps - I Love The Universe

About 63 years ago, almost no one on Earth thought about the number of artificial satellites that will orbit our Planet. On 4 October 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik 1, into orbit around the Earth. … Read More

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NASA Mars Perseverance Rover Snaps Its First Charming ‘Face’ Selfie - I Love The Universe

Perseverance has only been on Mars for two months, but the latest in red planet rovers is already picking up on Curiosity’s good habits. No, it isn’t science; at least, it isn’t just science. Percy is just as good as … Read More

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CERN Scientists Achieve World's First Manipulation of Antimatter by Laser - I Love The Universe

Researchers with the CERN-based ALPHA collaboration have announced the world’s first laser-based antimatter manipulation, using a made-in-Canada laser system to cool a sample of antimatter to near absolute zero. The achievement, detailed in an article published and featured on the … Read More

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Lyrid Meteor Shower, Lunar Occultation Of Mars, and Other Exciting Astronomical Events In April - I Love The Universe

April marks the end of the ‘meteor shower draught’ with the Lyrids. Despite the month’s popularity for this famous meteor shower, there are a few more exciting astronomical events in April 2021. Let’s see what April has planned for us … Read More