On September 27, China launched the Shiyan-10 satellite aboard the Long March 3B/E rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. However, the satellite is said to have failed to orbit and was declared lost.
In 2020, Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 took samples from the asteroid 162173 Ryugu and brought it back to Earth. Now, Argonne National Laboratory gets a rare chance to study these fragments at atomic scales.
Geomagnetic storms or also known as solar storms are space weather events that come in the form of solar coronal mass ejections, causing disruptions to Earth's magnetic field. So, how does it cause Northern lights to appear?