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  1. A recent paper by Harvest professor Dr. Abraham Loeb takes another look at an issue he has been addressing for years, which is how humanity might survive the accelerating expansion of the Universe.

    The post The Tools Humanity Will Need for Living in the Year 1 Trillion appeared first on Universe Today.

  2. According to a new study from Johns Hopkins University, Mars' Medusa Fossae region was created by volcanic activity, a finding which has serious implications for the planet's past habitability.

    The post Strange Landscapes on Mars were Created by Explosive Volcanoes appeared first on Universe Today.

  3. According to a new study by three famed scientists, the Fermi Paradox may have a simple resolution - humanity is the only intelligent species in our galaxy!

    The post New Model Predicts That We’re Probably the Only Advanced Civilization in the Observable Universe appeared first on Universe Today.

  4. In a new study, an astrophysicist proposed how an advanced civilization might survive the inevitable expansion of the Universe, and how me might search for them.

    The post How an Advanced Civilization Could Stop Dark Energy From Preventing Their Future Exploration appeared first on Universe Today.

  5. Hosts: Fraser Cain ( / @fcain) Dr. Paul M. Sutter ( / @PaulMattSutter) Dr. Kimberly Cartier ( / @AstroKimCartier ) Dr. Morgan Rehnberg ( / @MorganRehnberg & Special Guests: This week, we welcome Dr. Jillian Scudder who will be telling us about her new book, Astroquizzical (Icon, June 2018) in which she takes us […]

    The post Weekly Space Hangout: June 20, 2018: Dr. Jillian Scudder’s Astroquizzical appeared first on Universe Today.

  6. A team of international scientists recently conducted a study that indicates that cyanobacteria can conduct photosynthesis in low-light conditions, which has implications for plans to terraform Mars.

    The post Could Cyanobacteria Help to Terraform Mars? appeared first on Universe Today.

  7. According to a new study from Brown University, it appears Ceres has more organic molecules on its surface than previously thought

    The post Ceres Has Even More Organic Molecules on it Than Previously Thought appeared first on Universe Today.

  8. The Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) recently captured an image of an impact crater on Mars that triggered an avalanche that left behind a dark streak.

    The post A Meteoroid Smashed Into the Side of a Crater on Mars and Then Started a Landslide appeared first on Universe Today.

  9. Physicist Dr. Sean Raymond recently created a hypothetical system where 550 planets and 9 Suns orbit around a central black hole, with fascinating results!

    The post The Black Hole Ultimate Solar System: a Supermassive Black Hole, 9 Stars and 550 Planets appeared first on Universe Today.

  10. In a series of new studies, a pair of French researchers tackle the question of how many people would need to be sent on an interstellar journey to ensure that a healthy crew arrives.

    The post What’s the Minimum Number of People you Should Send in a Generational Ship to Proxima Centauri? appeared first on Universe Today.

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