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Hubble Captures Colliding Galaxies

To celebrate the start of 2021, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has published images of six stunning galaxy mergers.

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Follow Santa's Journey via NORAD

Unlike every other day of the year, Christmas Eve is the one time that the tables turn and Santa himself is the one being watched.

Knapp's News 12/20/20

George Knapp shares recent items of interest including an article about astronomers discovering 'cosmic highways' that could allow for high-speed travel through the solar system.

Scientists Discover Possible New Species of Whale

The deep oceans still hold secrets even in an age when we have explored much of the planet.

Futurists Predict the Decades Ahead

BuzzFeed's Mike Spohr recently polled various futurists on what changes we might expect throughout the rest of the 21st century. Here is a sampling of what they had to say about different sectors.

Image: 10,000-Mile Wide Sunspot

The Inouye Solar Telescope in Maui, Hawaii, has released its first ever image of a sunspot.

Watch: Footage of Arecibo Collapse Released

The National Science Foundation has released a jaw-dropping video which shows the collapse of the Arecibo observatory from two different angles as it unfolded earlier this week.

Video: Arecibo Radio Telescope Collapses

Just days after being decommissioned due to structural damage sustained over the last few months, the famed Arecibo radio telescope reportedly collapsed on Tuesday morning.

Chinese Lander Enters Lunar Orbit

Lander will collect samples and return to Earth.

Origin of 'Wow!' Signal Found?

An amateur astronomer may have solved the longstanding mystery of what spawned the legendary 'Wow!' signal.

Puzzling Debris Crashes in Navajo Nation

Residents of a small town in Navajo Nation were left scratching their heads when a curious object seemingly from space plummeted from the sky and landed in the desert.

Famed Arecibo Telescope Decommissioned

Much to the profound dismay of astronomers and space enthusiasts around the world, the famed alien-hunting Arecibo Telescope in Puerto Rico has been decommissioned due to damage sustained at the site over the last few months.

Massive Meteorite Makes Man a Millionaire

An Indonesian man is likely set for life after a rather sizeable meteorite worth well over a million dollars plummeted from the sky and crashed through the roof of his house.

Knapp's News 11/15/20

George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including an article about how scientists fired lasers at a nebula to learn more about it.

Study Suggests There Are 300 Million Potentially Habitable...

An exhaustive new study from NASA has concluded that there could be a whopping 300 million habitable worlds in the Milky Way galaxy.

Video: Fast Radio Burst Found Within Milky Way Galaxy May...

The mystery surrounding the enigmatic phenomenon known as 'fast radio bursts' (FRBs) may be closer than ever to being solved as astronomers have detected one of the puzzling pulses within our own galaxy and, in turn, determined its origin.

'Crashed Saucer' Spotted on Mars

An anomaly hunter scouring NASA images for strange and unusual objects on the surface of Mars spotted what appears to be a crashed flying saucer.

Maui 'Mystery Lights' Revealed to be Rocket Booster Reentry

A curious cluster of lights spotted in the sky over Maui this weekend had some wondering if they were seeing visitors from another world, but experts say that the odd event was likely just a rocket booster burning up as it reentered the Earth's...

Video: Water on Surface of Moon Confirmed and Possibly Plentiful

A pair of potentially groundbreaking studies have confirmed the existence of water on the moon and found that it may be far more plentiful than previously thought.

Knapp's News 10/24/20

George Knapp shares recent items of interest, including revelations about an original government 'UFO insider.'

Video: New Study Examines How Visible Earth is From Alien Worlds

An intriguing new study offers a fascinating alternative take on the search for alien life by trying to determine just how visible the Earth would be to other civilizations looking for exoplanets.

Knapp's News 10/18/20

George Knapp shares recent items of interest including a piece about how time travel can be paradox-free.

ISS Leak Traced with Tea Bag

A leak aboard the ISS was finally pinpointed by cosmonauts utilizing a rather low-tech solution — a tea bag.

'Superhabitable' Worlds Could be Better for Life than Earth!

An interesting new study has designated some 24 exoplanets that potentially could be better for life than even our own Earth! Referred to as "superhabitable" planets, these worlds are a little older and larger, slightly warmer, and possibly...

Three Underground Lakes Found on Mars

Scientists studying data from the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter have discovered a trio of subterranean lakes hiding beneath the surface of the Red Planet.

Tom Valone Material 9/28/20

Guest on the 9/28/20 show, Tom Valone shares material related to his presentation. Pictured: Valone demonstrates a Tesla coil in the lab.

Study Suggests Space Weather Contributed to Titanic Disaster

An intriguing new theory argues that the sinking of the Titanic may have been caused in large part by the effects of a solar flare.

'Top Hat' Spotted on Mars

An anomaly hunter scouring NASA images of Mars for out-of-place objects spotted a rather dapper-looking oddity in the form of what appears to be a top hat.

Video: Possible Sign of Life Detected in Atmosphere of Venus

In what may ultimately turn out to be a landmark discovery, astronomers have detected a curious chemical in the atmosphere of Venus which could be a sign of alien life.

Astronomy Photo of the Year: Andromeda Galaxy

A stunning image of the Andromeda Galaxy has taken overall winner in this year's Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition held by the Royal Observatory Greenwich.

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