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Uranus Is Even Freakier Than We Thought
-Gizmodo - Fri Jun 23 14:06:20 EDT 2017
If David Lynch designed a planet, it would be Uranus. Much like every episode of Twin Peaks: The Return, Uranus is fiercely unique and weirdly endearing, even though it makes no fu...
Topsy-turvy motion creates light switch effect at Uranus
-Science Daily - Mon Jun 26 08:11:23 EDT 2017
Cite This Page: Georgia Institute of Technology. "Topsy-turvy motion creates light switch effect at Uranus: Unlike Earth, this icy planet's magnetosphere opens and closes every day...
Uranus ‘gapes wide open for blasts of hot wind’, scientists claim
-Metro.co.uk - Tue Jun 27 08:12:24 EDT 2017
Uranus ‘opens wide’ on a daily basis to let in blasts of solar wind – then it clenches shut again, scientists have claimed. Girl’s ‘temporary’ black henna tattoo turns into oozing ...
Forget The Moon, We May Be Going To Neptune Or Uranus
-Tech Times - Fri Jun 23 14:05:18 EDT 2017
So far, Voyager 2 has been the only spacecraft to visit the planets Uranus and Neptune, but that may change soon. NASA has revealed that they are considering sending an orbital mis...
A new study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics suggests that the magnetosphere of the ice giant Uranus gets flipped on and off like a light switch ever...
Uranus Opens And Closes Every Day To Let Out Planet’s Solar Wind, Study Finds
-International Business Times - Tue Jun 27 14:10:03 EDT 2017
Scientists utilized data obtained more than 30 years ago in order to find out more about the way Uranus’ magnetic field works. Using information from the Voyager 2 spacecraft flyby...
Uranus Might Finally Get a Visitor After All These Years
-Gizmodo - Wed Jun 21 08:17:37 EDT 2017
Uranus is the loneliest thing in the solar system. It hasn’t had contact with anyone in over 30 years, since NASA’s Voyager 2 spacecraft whizzed by it on January 24th, 1986. Thankf...
Uranus’s crooked, messy magnetic field might open and shut daily
-New Scientist - Fri Jun 23 20:11:23 EDT 2017
By Leah Crane Uranus has the weirdest magnetic field in our solar system, and it just got weirder. A new model suggests that the edge of its magnetic field bubble could be slamming...
NASA eyes close-up mission to Uranus, Neptune
-Fox News - Mon Jun 26 02:20:38 EDT 2017
New NASA mission ideas would study the gassy environments of Uranus and Neptune, two planets on the edge of the solar system that spacecraft have visited only once. The agency has ...
NASA Releases Uranus, Neptune Mission Concepts To Study Mysterious ‘Ice Giants’
-International Business Times - Wed Jun 21 02:20:25 EDT 2017
Only one spacecraft in about 60 years of human space-faring, the Voyager 2, has ever come close to Uranus and Neptune, during flybys in 1986 and 1989 respectively. The comparative ...
A study of the potential future mission to ‘ice giant’ planets Uranus and Neptune and their moons has been released — the first in a series of mission studies NASA scientists will ...
UPI Almanac for Friday, June 23, 2017
-UPI - Thu Jun 22 23:38:54 EDT 2017
Today is Friday, June 23, the 174th day of 2017 with 191 to follow. The moon is new. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and Mercury. Evening stars are Mars, Jupiter,...
UPI Almanac for Sunday, June 25, 2017
-UPI - Sat Jun 24 23:39:40 EDT 2017
Today is Sunday, June 25, the 176th day of 2017 with 189 to follow. The moon is waxing. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and Mercury. Evening stars are Mars, Jupit...
UPI Almanac for Monday, June 26, 2017
-UPI - Sun Jun 25 23:39:30 EDT 2017
Today is Monday, June 26, the 177th day of 2017 with 188 to follow. The moon is waxing. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and Mercury. Evening stars are Mars, Jupit...
UPI Almanac for Thursday, June 22, 2017
-UPI - Wed Jun 21 23:38:03 EDT 2017
Today is Thursday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2017 with 192 to follow. The moon is waning. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and Mercury. Evening stars are Mars, Jup...
UPI Almanac for Saturday, June 24, 2017
-UPI - Fri Jun 23 23:37:33 EDT 2017
Today is Saturday, June 24, the 175th day of 2017 with 190 to follow. The moon is waxing. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and Mercury. Evening stars are Mars, Jup...
Planet 10? There May Be Another Planet Hiding Beyond Neptune
-Tech Times - Sat Jun 24 05:15:15 EDT 2017
There are currently eight known planets in our solar system, but could there be more? While there are dwarf planets such as Pluto and Eris, neither of them are considered true...
It was perhaps the most exciting idea to come out of science last year: that an undiscovered, giant world exists in our Solar System, far beyond the orbit of Neptune. This wouldn't...
Goodbye Planet Nine, Hello Planet Ten
-Forbes - Thu Jun 22 08:04:27 EDT 2017
There are eight known planets in our solar system. Beyond the orbit of Neptune, there are small icy worlds like Pluto and Eris, but none that rival the planets in size. But could t...
UPI Almanac for Wednesday, June 21, 2017
-UPI - Tue Jun 20 23:39:48 EDT 2017
Today is Wednesday, June 21, the 172nd day of 2017 with 193 to follow. Today is the first day of summer. The moon is waning. Morning stars are Saturn, Neptune, Venus, Uranus, and M...
A mysterious celestial body may be lurking in the frozen, far-flung reaches of the solar system, scientists say. This is not the proposed "Planet Nine," a ginormous body that Calte...
A mysterious celestial body may be lurking in the frozen, far-flung reaches of the solar system, scientists say. This is not the proposed "Planet Nine," a ginormous body that Calte...
Updated 2 hours ago A mysterious celestial body may be lurking in the frozen, far-flung reaches of the solar system, scientists say. This is not the proposed “Planet Nine,” a ginor...
The best and worst console names – Reader’s Feature
-Metro.co.uk - Fri Jun 23 17:12:37 EDT 2017
A reader looks through the history of video game console names and argues why Dreamcast is a much better name than Xbox One X. How do you decide upon a name? More specifically, how...
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