No story to link yet, but breaking Bloomberg News update. Pretty huge news.
"Experts from the fields of aerodynamics, jet propulsion, and control engineering unanimously confirmed that the ...rocket ship, .., not only raises major safety concerns, but could compromise the lives of everyone on board were it to ever go to launch"
No actual visuals yet, but cool nonetheless
NASA's NuSTAR Sees Rare Blurring of Black Hole Light - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA Eyes Mission to Jupiter Moon Europa | Space.com
"We briefed [NASA] headquarters on Monday, and they responded very positively," mission proponent David Senske, of NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif., said here Dec. 7 at the annual fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union
This is mind boggling... I cannot believe how incredibly lucky we are to have had both of them last this long :jawdrop:
NASA's Voyager Hits New Region at Solar System Edge - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory