SpaceX Launch: Next Attempt Is Today; Watch It Live
“SpaceX, a private space company, is planning again today tolaunch its Dragon spacecraftto the International Space Station. Its first attempt to launch this mission was scratched on Monday because of a helium leak.
The live webcast begins at 11:45 PST and the launch itself is scheduled for 12:25, though SpaceX notes that the weather isn’t ideal.”
The crash, which occurred between 12:30 a.m. and 1:22 a.m. Eastern time, brought to a successful end a six-month, $280 million mission to study the tenuous envelope of gases and dust surrounding the moon.”
NASA’s Cassini Divines Hidden Waters of Saturn’s Moon Enceladus
Modern explorers have found a previously unknown ocean — but this one’s on Saturn’s moon Enceladus. Learn more from Chabot Space & Science Center’s Ben Burress at KQED Science.
Is Saturn giving birth to a new moon?
"Images taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft revealed the presence of a ‘bright, extended feature’ located at the edge of Saturn’s A ring. Dubbed ‘Peggy,’ this icy object could be the final moon of Saturn, say scientists."