By Jacqueline Benitez The third Thursday of every month, the Morrison Planetarium hosts “Universe Update” at the 6:30 planetarium show during NightLife. Normally, our director Ryan Wyatt selects his favorite astronomy stories from the past month, but while he was out traveling this month, the American Astronomical Society’s semiannual conference gave us plenty of stories […]
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Ryan Wyatt, our fearless director of the Morrison Planetarium and Science Visualization, reviews astronomy headlines from the past month.
Cassini has detected a disturbance in one of Saturn’s rings—could it be a new moon?
How common are subsurface oceans like those on the moons Enceladus and Europa?
Here’s a brief run-down of our favorite astronomy stories from the past month.
As the key to life on Earth, water has also become the key to looking for life on other worlds…
Eerily, waves appear to be missing from Saturn’s moist moon.
Is Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, the world most similar to home in the Solar System?
Planetary scientist Amanda Hendrix gives us the latest news from the Cassini mission.
In English and Spanish. We’ve sent rovers to Mars, will a boat to Saturn’s moon Titan be next?