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All About Space  |  Issue 119  


Orbital service station
If rockets could be refuelled in space, it could open up interplanetary travel.

Dr Meredith Rawls
Rawls speaks to All About Space about the impact of low-Earth orbit satellites on ground-based astronomy.

Are exoplanets shrinking with age?
Astronomers may be closer than ever to knowing why super-Earth exoplanets are so scarce.
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WELCOME Issue 119 What if there was an equal but opposite to everything in the universe? That’s one thing that scientists are faced with, as we discover this issue: could there be galaxies pepp...
5 ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS Satellites vs astronomy Meredith Rawls reveals the impact of artificial satellites on the night sky 28 The Solar System Everything you need to know about our solar neighbou...
LAUNCH PAD YOUR FIRST CONTACT WITH THE UNIVERSE © NASA 16 June 2021 Against the clock European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Thomas Pesquet was manoeuvred by the Canadarm2 robotic arm during a spacewa...
EARTH’S CORE IS GROWING ‘LOPSIDED’, AND SCIENTISTS DON’T KNOW WHY © Getty There’s a mystery brewing at the centre of the Earth. Scientists can only see it when they study seismic waves passing through the planet’s solid-iron inner core. For some reason,...
‘MISSING LINK’ EXPLOSION ON THE SUN COULD UNRAVEL LONG-STANDING SOLAR MYSTERIES The Sun’s surface is always erupting © NASA Words by Chelsea Gohd An explosion on the Sun is helping uncover new information about what causes powerful solar eruptions. In March 2...
SCIENTISTS 3D PRINT HUMAN LIVER TISSUE IN A LAB AND WIN TOP PRIZES IN NASA CHALLENGE Scientists have grown liver tissue capable of functioning for 30 days in the lab as part of NASA’s Vascular Tissue Challenge. In 2016 NASA put forth this competition to find teams that could ‘create...

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