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Titán está levantando polvo
1 de October de 2018
Hasta hace poco las tormentas de polvo sólo se habían visto en dos sitios: la Tierra y Marte. Pero acabamos de descubrir que también se producen en Titán, la luna más grande de Saturno. Una de las cosas más emocionantes acerca de este descubrimiento es que fue realizado por la nave espacial Cassini, ¡que se estrelló en Saturno en 2017!

Space Scoop (Inglés)

Here you can read the latest Space Scoop, our astronomy news service for children aged 8 and above. The idea behind Space Scoop is to change the way science is often perceived by young children, as outdated and dull subjects. By sharing exciting new astronomical discoveries with them, we inspire children to develop an interest in science and technology. Space Scoop makes a wonderful tool that can be used in the classroom to teach and discuss the latest astronomy news. 

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Titan's Kicking Up Dust
1 de October de 2018:
Lord of the Rings: The Two Galaxies
23 de September de 2018:
Clearing the Fog Around Exploding Stars
15 de September de 2018:
Forecasting Fires from Space
7 de September de 2018:
Saturn, Super Shields and Solar Storms
30 de August de 2018:
Colliding Stars Spill Radioactive Waste into the Universe
17 de August de 2018:
Mystery Solved: Ghost Particles Come From Blazing Galaxies
26 de July de 2018:
Even Massive Stars Fall Like a Feather
16 de July de 2018:
Could Life Exist on One of Saturn's Moons?
9 de July de 2018:
Triplet Planets Found Around Newborn Star
29 de June de 2018:
Satellites Help Keep our Planet’s Lungs Healthy
15 de June de 2018:
A Massive Star Mystery
8 de June de 2018:
Stolen From Another Sun
1 de June de 2018:
Space Ant Fires Lasers at Earth
25 de May de 2018:
Machines Learn How to Dodge Asteroids
17 de May de 2018:
Asteroids’ Distant Cousin Discovered
13 de May de 2018:
Droids Join the Search for Alien Life
27 de April de 2018:
Cosmic Magnifying Glass Spots the Furthest Star Ever
17 de April de 2018:
Beaming with the Light of Millions of Suns
21 de March de 2018:
How Massive is Supermassive? 
4 de March de 2018:
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