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Elisha Sauers

Elisha Sauers is the space and future tech reporter for Mashable, interested in asteroids, astronauts, and astro nuts. In over 15 years of reporting, she's covered a variety of topics, including health, business, and government, with a penchant for FOIA and other public records requests. She previously worked for The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia, and The Capital in Annapolis, Maryland, now known as The Capital-Gazette. She's won numerous state awards for beat reporting and national recognition(opens in a new tab) for narrative storytelling. Send space tips and story ideas to [email protected](opens in a new tab) or text 443-684-2489. Follow her on Twitter at @elishasauers(opens in a new tab)

By Elisha Sauers
These new telescope images of the sun are just spectacular

Bezos can finally make NASA a moon lander. It's called Blue Moon.

Scientists wonder if a dark, volcanic world could host life

Saturn's rings may have formed as dinosaurs roamed Earth

Saturn apparently has 145 moons. So eat it, Jupiter.

Astronomers can't agree on what this cosmic oddity is

Star eats planet: Astronomers make unprecedented find in deep space

Turns out Uranus might be swarmed by deep ocean worlds

Webb may have just found an Earth-like world with an atmosphere

NASA refuses to let go of its aging interstellar explorer

Daring private moon lander ran out of fuel before crash

A daring company is about to try landing on the moon. You can watch it.

The SpaceX Starship explosion was deliberate

Get ready: SpaceX Starship will try to fly again soon

SpaceX Starship explodes during Herculean attempt to blast into space

This galactic collision made a blast brighter than 1 trillion suns

The Webb Telescope finally shows us Uranus' glorious rings

Europe will launch a spacecraft to Jupiter. Here's how to watch.

What the Webb Telescope can tell us about the TRAPPIST planets

A speeding black hole is birthing baby stars across light years

How Webb just changed our concept of Uranus forever

Mars scientists spent 6 years making the most detailed image of the planet

NASA's Artemis 2 commander Reid Wiseman isn't perfect
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