Stunning new panorama of the foothills of Mount Sharp on Mars http://planetaria.ca/2018/03/15/stunning-new-panorama-foothills-mount-sharp-mars/
Jupiter's massive polar cyclones on display in stunning new images from Juno http://planetaria.ca/2018/03/14/jupiters-massive-polar-cyclones-display-stunning-new-images-juno/
Jupiter's Massive Polar Cyclones on Display in Stunning New Images From Juno
NASA's InSight Spacecraft Arrives at Vandenberg Air Force Base Ahead of May Launch
TRAPPIST-1 exoplanets may have a lot of water, and other new clues about potential habitability http://planetaria.ca/2018/02/23/trappist-1-exoplanets-may-lot-water-new-clues-potential-habitability/
Incredible journey: Opportunity rover reaches 5,000-sol milestone on Mars http://planetaria.ca/2018/02/21/incredible-journey-opportunity-rover-reaches-5000-sol-milestone-mars/
NASA's Next Exoplanet-Hunter, TESS, Arrives at Kennedy Space Center Ahead of Launch
Incredible Journey: Opportunity Rover Reaches 5,000-Sol Milestone on Mars
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is way, way past Pluto now and still nearly a year away from its next encounter with an object in the Kuiper Belt, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been busy. In fact, the probe just broke the record for the farthest images from Earth ever taken by a spacecraft, with new images of a field of stars and two other Kuiper Belt objects. The new ... Read More...
Record-Breaking Images from New Horizons are Farthest Ever Taken From Earth
Astronomers discover distant exoplanets in a 'galaxy far, far away' http://planetaria.ca/2018/02/07/astronomers-discover-distant-exoplanets-galaxy-far-far-away/
Astronomers Discover Distant Exoplanets in a 'Galaxy Far, Far Away'
Curiosity rover finds seasonal clues about Martian methane and investigates unusual 'stick' formations http://planetaria.ca/2018/01/08/curiosity-rover-finds-seasonal-clues-martian-methane-investigates-unusual-stick-formations/
This is one artist's concept of Kuiper Belt object 2014 the next flyby target for NASA's New Horizons mission. This binary concept is based on telescope observations made at Patagonia, Argentina, on July …
Happy New Year! Here's a new ChemCam image from Curiosity on Mars (sol 1921) of a rock with some interesting dark squiggly bits on it.