Sarah Kaplan Ben Guarino The Washington Post


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  • Saturn's Rings Are Already Halfway To Their Death

    Saturn's Rings Are Already Halfway To Their Death

    If dinosaurs had possessed telescopes and the will to gaze skyward 100 million years ago, they might have seen a very different Saturn - one without its iconic rings. And if humans manage to survive another 100 million years, our descendants may also miss the discs of ice and dust that encircle the golden gas giant.

  • Parker Solar Probe Launched in NASA's First Mission to 'Touch' the Sun and Study Its Dangers

    Parker Solar Probe Launched in NASA's First Mission to 'Touch' the Sun and Study Its Dangers

    The sun's atmosphere regularly erupts with fast-moving flashes of protons and explosions of energetic particles that can hit Earth within minutes and disrupt radio communication, interfere with GPS, and fry the electric grid.

  • This NASA Spacecraft Will Probe One Of Earth's Scariest Threats - The Sun

    This NASA Spacecraft Will Probe One Of Earth's Scariest Threats - The Sun

    The source of all light and life on Earth is also the source of one of its biggest natural threats: space weather. The sun's atmosphere regularly erupts with fast-moving flashes of protons and explosions of energetic particles that can hit Earth within minutes and disrupt radio communication, interfere with GPS and fry the electric grid. A "worst c...

'Sarah Kaplan Ben Guarino The Washington Post' - 3 News Result(s)

  • Saturn's Rings Are Already Halfway To Their Death

    Saturn's Rings Are Already Halfway To Their Death

    If dinosaurs had possessed telescopes and the will to gaze skyward 100 million years ago, they might have seen a very different Saturn - one without its iconic rings. And if humans manage to survive another 100 million years, our descendants may also miss the discs of ice and dust that encircle the golden gas giant.

  • Parker Solar Probe Launched in NASA's First Mission to 'Touch' the Sun and Study Its Dangers

    Parker Solar Probe Launched in NASA's First Mission to 'Touch' the Sun and Study Its Dangers

    The sun's atmosphere regularly erupts with fast-moving flashes of protons and explosions of energetic particles that can hit Earth within minutes and disrupt radio communication, interfere with GPS, and fry the electric grid.

  • This NASA Spacecraft Will Probe One Of Earth's Scariest Threats - The Sun

    This NASA Spacecraft Will Probe One Of Earth's Scariest Threats - The Sun

    The source of all light and life on Earth is also the source of one of its biggest natural threats: space weather. The sun's atmosphere regularly erupts with fast-moving flashes of protons and explosions of energetic particles that can hit Earth within minutes and disrupt radio communication, interfere with GPS and fry the electric grid. A "worst c...

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