What is the latest discovery in space?

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hudsolaura | High School Teacher | (Level 1) Adjunct Educator

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Astronomers are gaining knowledge daily as they continue to receive IR and radio images from various satellites and probes in space. It is currently thought that dark matter is approximately 2/3rds of the universe although we don't really know what it is because we can not see it.

In our solar system:
-The latest addition to the plutoid classification of dwarf planets in our solar system was named MakeMake in July 2008.
- 11-1-08 Cassini sends NASA striking images of Saturn's moon Enceladus revealing a tiger striped region and jet sources on the moon's south pole.

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astrosonuthird | Student, Kindergarten | (Level 1) Valedictorian

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Ahh! I forgot to say one more point -

It is discovered that a asteroid may crash on april 13 2029.



the asteroid's name is 2004 MN4.

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astrosonuthird | Student, Kindergarten | (Level 1) Valedictorian

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The Higgs Boson is discovered for sure.


The new planet that may have life ( Kepler 22b )


Cassini orbiter, the agent to Mars send latest pictures of Saturn and found the tiger strip.


Curiosity, recent mars rover found that there may be microbial life.




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get144 | Student, Grade 9 | (Level 2) eNoter

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the latest planet that was found is of a planet that can harvest water and life.

the latest event is of a a nebulous girdle of dark matter that was found, which According to a scientist at John Hopkins university was most probably the corollary of a colossal cosmic crush that happened eons ago.

This circle of hazy matter was discovered with the help of a Hubble Space Telescope, which took pictures that showed the ring of dark matter, which was supposedly a repercussion of the collision of two-galaxy clusters that happened about five-billion light-years farther from the Earth.

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