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NASA's $1 billion Jupiter probe has taken more stunning new images of the gas giant

nasa's $1 billion jupiter probe has taken more stunning new images of the gas giant
The flow of incredible images from the basketball court-sized robot NASA sent to Jupiter just won't stop. The $1 billion Juno spacecraft took five years to reach Jupiter and settle into orbit..
Business Insider

Jupiter is the gigantic, stormy hellscape we always feared

Jupiter looks like hell. The huge planet in the middle of our solar system has giant Earth-sized storms, a powerful magnetic field, and extreme auroras, a series of new scientific studies published..
Mashable

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News video: Explorer Edward Wilson's watercolour painting discovered in Antarctica – video

Explorer Edward Wilson's watercolour painting discovered in Antarctica – video 03:02

A 118-year-old work by the celebrated south pole explorer has been found in a historic Antarctic hut hidden by penguin poo. It was discovered among a portfolio of papers inside a bunk at the hut at..
Source: Guardian -

News video: Explorer Edward Wilson's watercolour painting discovered in Antarctica

Explorer Edward Wilson's watercolour painting discovered in Antarctica 03:01

A 118-year-old work by the celebrated south pole explorer has been found in a historic Antarctic hut hidden by penguin poo. It was discovered among a portfolio of papers inside a bunk at the hut at..
Source: The Guardian Studio -

News video: Top 10 Most Doomed Expeditions of All Time

Top 10 Most Doomed Expeditions of All Time 08:55

Sadly, there are many explorers who were lost or died on expeditions – or worse. Whether it was Henry Hudson’s doomed bay expedition, Percy Fawcett’s Lost City of Z or the 1996 Mount Everest..
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News video: NASA Found A Giant Pit On Mars And Scientists Can't Explain it

NASA Found A Giant Pit On Mars And Scientists Can't Explain it 01:02

When NASA gets baffled, we're like oh great. Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.
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News video: NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Finds New Hole in Mars

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Finds New Hole in Mars 00:50

The space agency thinks the hole could have been caused by an impact crater or a collapsed pit. newsy.com/69652
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NASA Says Saturn's Icy Moon Enceladus Could Harbor Alien Life

Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus could theoretically be home to methane-breathing alien life, NASA said Thursday.  Researchers made the announcement based on data from 2015, when the spacecraft..
Huffington Post

A new satellite is recording unprecedented views of deadly storms and tornadoes from space

a new satellite is recording unprecedented views of deadly storms and tornadoes from space
A new US weather satellite is recording violent storm systems at a level of detail scientists have never before seen from space. On November 19, 2016, the US government launched the high-tech..
Business Insider

Cancer survivor inspires hope with global trek

Sean Swarner is gearing up for his trip to the North Pole after visiting the South Pole and scaling the tallest mountain on each continent
CBS News

3/6: Timeline of President Trump wiretap tweets; At the bottom of the Earth, scientists hunting whales to save them

President Trump's tweets accusing the Obama administration of wiretapping Trump Tower have caused a flurry on Capitol Hill; scientists near the South pole are making house checks on some of the world's..
CBS News

The latest NASA images of Jupiter reveal giant, white storms in its turbulent south pole

the latest nasa images of jupiter reveal giant, white storms in its turbulent south pole
Right now, NASA's Juno spacecraft is orbiting Jupiter. It's the second spacecraft in history to do so, and its orbit is taking it over Jupiter's north and south pole. During its latest pass over..
Business Insider

The Terra Nova expedition: An ambitious and ill-fated attempt to reach the South Pole

Jan. 5, 1911 Geologist Thomas Griffith Taylor and meteorologist Charles Wright look out towards the Terra Nova from inside an ice grotto. IMage: Herbert Ponting/Scott Polar Research Institute,..
Mashable

What exactly does it take to ski to the South Pole?

what exactly does it take to ski to the south pole?
For more than 100 years, man has been fascinated by the thought of traveling on foot to the South Pole. Even after Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first person to accomplish that feat,..
GrindTV

Today in History for January 18th

Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)
USATODAY.com

Swedish Nurse Becomes Fastest Woman Ever To Ski Solo To The South Pole

A Swedish solo skier has just reached the South Pole unaided quicker than any woman has done before. And she’s not done with her record-breaking efforts yet. While many of us spent the holiday..
Huffington Post

VIMS professor studies acidic South Pole waters

Studying the waters of the Southern Ocean off Antarctica in winter has always been a challenge. The region is shrouded in darkness for weeks on end. It's frigid. It's covered with thick seasonal..
dailypress.com

Robot Finds Colorful Life Under Antarctic Ice

Beneath the ice at the South Pole, an underwater robot has observed an explosion of colorful sea life. VOA's Steve Baragona brings us a look.
VOA News

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