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Description The Chinese Space Station is expected to be launched in 2020, according to Xinhua.

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Rocket League developer Psyonix is once again delaying the release of cross-platform parties — a feature it had dubbed as ‘RocketID’ — to early 2019.

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Perhaps Elon Musk might want it for his recycling efforts?

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description China has a plan to launch a new project an “Artificial Moon” that will light up the skies as far as 50 miles around. THE LATEST SCIENCE SPACE HI-TECH NEWS

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description And this time SpotMini robot dances on the song of Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars. THE LATEST SCIENCE SPACE HI-TECH NEWS

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Media accreditation now is open for the launch from Virginia of Northrop Grumman’s 10th commercial resupply services mission to deliver NASA science investigations, supplies and equipment to the International Space Station aboard its Cygnus spacecraft. Northrop Grumman is targeting liftoff, o

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs) have become a major focus of research in the past decade. In radio astronomy, this phenomenon refers to transient radio pulses coming from distant cosmological sources, which typically last only a few milliseconds on average. Since the first event was detected in 2007 (the “

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description An international team of astronomers has discovered a titanic structure in the early universe, just 2 billion years after the Big Bang. This galaxy proto-supercluster, nicknamed Hyperion, is the largest and most massive structure yet found at such a remote time and distance. The team that made th

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description The discovery could help unlock the secrets of the formation of the universe.

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Updated 18 October 2018

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Description The idea of exploring and colonizing Mars has never been more alive than it is today. Within the next two decades, there are multiple plans to send crewed missions to the Red Planet, and even some highly ambitious plans to begin building a permanent settlement there. Despite the enthusiasm, there ar

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description The Mars 2020 mission is tasked with not only seeking signs of habitable conditions on Mars in the ancient past, but also searching for signs of past microbial life.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description The Mid-Atlantic Regional Spaceport, an oft-overlooked rocket launch facility in northern Virginia, makes a play for a piece of the spaceflight industry.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description It was only a few days ago that NASA announced its Chandra X-Ray Observatory was experiencing a bit of unexpected downtime. The spacecraft was forced to enter its automated safe mode, which it's designed to do if it detects that something is wrong. NASA noticed the glitch on Wednesday and announced the unfortunate status...

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Astronomers have a pretty good handle on how stars and the planets around them form, and it's believed to be a process that takes many millions of years. Our own Solar System is thought to have taken some 500 million years just to get its feet under, but a recent discovery of a young planetary system is causing a bit of confusion among some scientists and challenging...

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description When the IAU officially defined the word “planet” for the first time, Pluto simply didn’t fit. To keep its planetary status along with Earth, Saturn, and the rest, it needed to pass three tests.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description NASA wants to send manned missions to Venus - space science news

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Atoms cooled to make a Bose-Einstein condensate during on brief rocket flight

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Last week, NASA astronaut Air Force Colonel Nick Hague faced death as he and his commander, Alexei Ovchinin, plummeted to Earth following an aborted Soyuz launch.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Kepler mission discovered thousands of exoplanets with novel technique

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description NASA mission was first to orbit two planetary bodies

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description New research by a team led by an astrophysicist at the University of Warwick has a way of finally telling whether newly forming planets are migrating within the disc of dust and gas that typically surrounds stars or whether they are simply staying put in the same orbit around the star. Findin

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Move over, Elon Musk — there’s a new rocket maverick in town: YOU! Rockets! Step inside the UK rocketry scene, build and launch a rocket, design your own one, and discover the open-source rocket programmes around the world! In issue 12, we go behind the scenes at a top-secret launch site in th

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description ASTRONOMERS have discovered a massive cluster of galaxies that's one million billion times larger than the Sun. Having been formed only 2.3 billion years after the Big Bang, the supercluster also promises to shed light on how our universe developed.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Updated 17 October 2018

#29

 

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Description If you've ever played the claw machine at an arcade, you know how hard it can be to maneuver the metal "hand" to pick up a prize. Imagine trying to play that game when the claw is on Mars, the objects you're trying to grasp are far more fragile than a stuffed bear and all you have is a stitched-toge

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description The Moon may be the key to unlocking how the first stars and galaxies shaped the early Universe. A team of astronomers led by Dr Benjamin McKinley observed the Moon with a radio telescope to help search for the faint signal from hydrogen atoms, in research published today in the journal Monthly Noti

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description "We're not focusing on the next rocket. We're focusing on the next 100 rockets."

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description An advanced U.S. military communications satellite soared into space in the midnight hour Wednesday (Oct. 17), lighting up the sky over Florida as it launched into orbit.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted a powerful military communications satellite into space from a Florida launchpad

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Updated 17 October 2018

#34

 

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Description Stephen Hawking, in his final book, argues there&#039;s no possibility of God existing because time didn&#039;t exist before the Big Bang.

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Updated 17 October 2018

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Description Ovzon fourth client SpaceX Falcon Heavy launches...

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Updated 17 October 2018

#36

 

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Description Maybe the moon landing WAS filmed in a TV studio, with 2018 graphics processing tech...

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Updated 16 October 2018

#37

 

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Description Astronaut Nick Hague talked to media for the first time since surviving an aborted launch to the International Space Station and shared what it was like inside the capsule.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description A team of astronomers reveals that GRB150101B shares remarkable similarities with the neutron star merger named GW170817.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#39

 

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Description Researchers conclude that SETI searches have gone through only a small fraction of the space where a signal could hide.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#40

 

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Description NASA wants to send humans to the hellish planet Venus. But how is such a mission even possible?

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description What is the current most-Earth like area in the solar system?...

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Updated 16 October 2018

#42

 

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Description NASA engineers say that Opportunity has one last chance to save itself from oblivion thanks to an upcoming windy season ...

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description At a distance, the worlds in our solar system resemble marbles, gleaming spheres suspended in the inkiness of space. Perhaps no world fits this description better than Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Boulders and navigation challenges are forcing JAXA to reschedule the spacecraft's asteroid contact.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#45

 

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Description Now to get Hubble back up and running again

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Updated 16 October 2018

#46

 

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Description An Australian array of radio telescopes has discovered nearly 20 new examples of a mysterious type of radio burst from deep space.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description SCIENTISTS will gather today to debate where NASA should next land on Mars, as the American space agency prepares a new mission in its search for life on the Red Planet. The debate comes as NASA is being urged by the National Academy of Sciences and other bodies to make the search for extraterrestrial life a core part of its strategy.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description He persuaded Bill Gates to quit university and sell software instead.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Hundreds of scientists and Mars-exploration enthusiasts will convene in a hotel ballroom just north of Los Angeles later this week to present, discuss and deliberate the future landing site for NASA's next Red Planet rover - Mars 2020. The three-day workshop is the fourth and final in a series desig

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Here are some weird and wonderful facts about our home galaxy, the Milky Way.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#51

 

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Description NASA astronaut Nick Hague explained what it was like to go through the Soyuz rocket failure last week.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#52

 

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Description A wee baby star at the tender age of just 2 million years has revealed itself to be quite the precocious little cosmic object.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Watch We’re One Step Closer to a Space Elevator, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#54

 

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Description No Man's Sky in miniature, plus some neat miniature spaceship toys.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description An estimated 530 million people around the world watched NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong take a "giant leap for mankind" on July 20, 1969. But the backstory of how Armstrong was selected for the big job and his tumultuous path to the moon are less well known.

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description THE LATE Professor Stephen Hawking revealed his answers to 10 "big questions" he was often asked in a new book published six months after his death. In 'Brief Anwers to the Big Questions', the British scientific hero admitted he thought "there is no god" and that humans would eventually live in space.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#57

 

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Description A coalition of major global figures say we must do much more to adapt to our rapidly warming world, and we need to do it fast

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description The tiny hopping-robot MASCOT completed its 17 hour mission on the asteroid Ryugu in early October. Now the German Aerospace Center (DLR) has released an image of MASCOT’s path across the asteroid. Surprised by what MASCOT found on the surface, they’ve named the landing spot “Alice’s Wonderland.”

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Updated 16 October 2018

#59

 

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Description SpaceX starts BFS and BFR rocket test site for 2019 tests...

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description Researchers have identified a young star with four Jupiter and Saturn-sized planets in orbit around it, the first time that so many massive planets have been detected in such a young system. The system has also set a new record for the most extreme range of orbits yet observed: the outermost planet

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description NBC News’ Tom Costello speaks to NASA Astronaut Nick Hague on aborted space mission and emergency landing after a planned trip to the International Space Station on a Russian Soyuz booster rocket carrying him and Alexei Ovchinin failed minutes after liftoff.

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Updated 16 October 2018

#62

 

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Description NASA is currently working on a conceptual manned mission to Venus, named the High Altitude Venus Operational Concept – (HAVOC).

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Updated 16 October 2018

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Description There have only been two flights to Mercury, a planet that has long baffled scientists due to the fact it is so different from the other bodies in the Solar System. Could a new seven-year mission uncover its secrets?

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Updated 15 October 2018

#67

 

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Description Astronaut Harrison Schmitt saw Earth from space, but doesn&#039;t see that human activity is shaping climate change.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Here's the best way to stay toasty for those cold winter months.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description It’s been months since NASA engineers have heard from the sleeping Opportunity rover, which powered down after getting caught in a massive dust storm on Mars that obscured its surface from the Sun.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Astronomers say new observations bolster the case for “galactic panspermia”

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description The first steps on the Moon – fueled by a national will to excel – marked a turning point for America and humanity as a whole. At the core of that historic moment, however, lay the story of one man whose strength, perseverance and personal conviction brought him to the moment his foot would leave th

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Well-balanced and predominantly plant-based diets can lead to improved nutrient levels, reduce premature deaths from chronic diseases by more than 20%, and lower greenhouse gas emissions, fertilizer application, and cropland and freshwater use, globally and in most regions, a new study reports. T

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Ganymede was shaped by pronounced periods of tectonic activity in the past, according to a new paper. It’s no longer active and its surface is more-or-less frozen in place now. But this discovery opens the door to better planning for future missions to Jupiter’s other frozen moon Europa. Unlike Gany

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description Lockheed Martin is turning to Microsoft’s mixed reality Hololens smartglasses to help its technicians build NASA's new Orion spacecraft, which could one day help rocket astronauts as far afield as Mars. Here's how it's helping them replace dusty old, 1500-page paper manuals.

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Updated 15 October 2018

#75

 

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Description Feed and inspire a kid&#039;s thirst for space with these book picks by Space.com&#039;s writers and editors.

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Updated 15 October 2018

#76

 

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Description The radio silence from NASA's Opportunity Rover has now lasted for four months.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description The site in a remote section of China's dry and rocky Gobi desert features living accommodation to simulate what life would be like on the red planet.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Description The space agency gets some good news about one of its stricken space telescopes, though Hubble remains in safe mode.

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Updated 15 October 2018

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Updated 15 October 2018

#80

 

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Description The existence of the Higgs boson suggests that the universe could continue to expand forever.

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Updated 15 October 2018

#81

 

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Description A satellite balloon will expand from a package the size of a shoebox to a diamond sculpture the size of two school buses.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description The next manned flight of a Soyuz rocket to the International Space Station (ISS) could take place on Nov. 28, Interfax news agency quoted a Russian space industry source on Saturday as saying.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description NASA sure hasn't been having a great time with its telescopes. The Chandra X-ray Observatory has gone into safe mode and halted all its science operations a few days after Hubble shut down due a gyroscope failure.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description From the Soviet shuttle Buran to a retired 747, to a U-boat, cars and more, the Speyer in Germany is one of the best museums in the world for fans of cool vehicles.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description The crew aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has enough fuel, oxygen, water, and food to last at least six months, Vladimir Solovyov, flight director of the Russian segment of the ISS, was cited as saying by Russian news agencies on Sunday.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description They call them “moonmoons.” Well, according to New Scientist, anyway. Astronomers Sean Raymond and Juna Kollmeier say they’re happy with any of the following proposed terms.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description For almost two centuries, scientists have theorized that life may be distributed throughout the Universe by meteoroids, asteroids, planetoids, and other astronomical objects.

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Updated 14 October 2018

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Description First Man isn't the only space biopic this fall—get a load of this historic oddity.

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Updated 14 October 2018

#89

 

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Description Elon Musk is hell-bent on colonizing Mars.

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Updated 14 October 2018

#90

 

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Description Panspermia at galactic scale: could Milky Way spread life? - science news

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Updated 13 October 2018

#91

 

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Description One month since increasing their commanding frequency, engineers have yet to hear from NASA's Opportunity rover.

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Updated 13 October 2018

#92

 

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Description The Chandra X-ray Observatory, which has been observing the universe in high-energy light since 1999, entered a protective &quot;safe mode&quot; on Wednesday (Oct. 10).

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description The aim of this Challenge is to identify receptacle and feeder mechanisms suitable for a microgravity environment that can deliver mission waste to a high temperature reactor that can recycle astronaut waste into valuable substances (water, gases & solids). On Earth, recycling technologies ca

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description NASA chief Jim Bridenstine on Friday praised the Russian space programme and said he expected a new crew to go to the International Space Station in December despite a rocket failure.

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description Japan's space agency is delaying a spacecraft touchdown on an asteroid because scientists need more time to find a safe landing site on the extremely rocky surface.&nbsp;

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description Two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket will fly again - and could be back in orbit by early 2019. Cosmonauts Alexei Ovchinin and Nick Hague will provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year. That's according to Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russian space agency Roscosmos, who .

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description The Chandra X-ray Observatory shut down on Oct. 10, and NASA is still assessing the situation to determine how it ...

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description For a while, astronomers were puzzled by the extraordinary abundance of three metals seen in the heart of our galaxy. As it turns out, the whole thing was simply an illusion, new research has found.

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description One month since increasing their commanding frequency, engineers have yet to hear from NASA's Opportunity rover. NASA hasn't set any deadlines for the mission but will be briefed later this month on the progress and prospects for the recovery campaign being carried out at the agency's Jet Propuls

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Updated 13 October 2018

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Description Photos from a variety of satellites reveal a Florida Panhandle that was pummeled by Hurricane Michael, one of the most powerful U.S. storms on record.

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Updated 13 October 2018

#102

 

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Description A tiny Chinese satellite in lunar orbit is designed to accept commands from amateurs, and has captured a new view of the Earth and its moon

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Updated 12 October 2018

#103

 

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Description "We should be in space within weeks, not months."

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Updated 12 October 2018

#104

 

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Description Carnegie’s Anthony Piro was part of a Caltech-led team of astronomers who observed the peculiar death of a massive star that exploded in a surprisingly faint and rapidly fading supernova, possibly creating a compact neutron star binary system. Piro’s theoretical work provided crucial context for the

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description With the launch of the TESS space telescope, the world's eyes will turn to the skies as astronomers, and NASA researchers hunt for exoplanets — planets that exist outside of our home solar system. While finding them with a satellite or space telescope is exciting, that's nothing compared to explo

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description A computer-simulated “pulsar in a box” is revealing a more detailed understanding of the complex, high-energy environment around spinning neutron stars.

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description A Caltech-led team of researchers has observed the peculiar death of a massive star that exploded in a surprisingly faint and rapidly fading supernova.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#108

 

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Description Searching for signs of alien life should be part of every NASA mission, according to a new report.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#109

 

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Updated 12 October 2018

#110

 

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Description These are qualities I would want in the first human to walk on another world.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#111

 

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Description NASA is prepared to fly the station without crew, but that may not be necessary.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#112

 

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Description Yo, dawg, I herd you like moons, so here&#039;s a moon that orbits another moon. It&#039;s called a moonmoon.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#113

 

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Description On the 50th anniversary of its launch, Apollo 7 isn't well remembered — but it continues to hold lessons for NASA today.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#114

 

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Description In honor of the beauty and scientific importance of microscope photos, or micrographs, the Nikon Small World contest rounds up the best images every year and awards prizes to the top 20 entries. This year marks the 44th competition in the company's history, and the pictures are dazzling.

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description Roscosmos has grounded rockets until a probe concludes into what caused the anomaly which forced a US astronaut and a Russian cosmonaut to make an emergency landing in Kazakhstan.

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description A star that died became a neutron star that orbits an unseen companion in a unique binary stellar system - space science news

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Updated 12 October 2018

#117

 

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Description Winds of change on Mars could help the silent rover make contact.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#118

 

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Description The Chandra X-ray Observatory joins Hubble in going into protective mode to deal with a system complication.

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Updated 12 October 2018

#119

 

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Description NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory is suffering from the same hardware failure that took Hubble out last weekend.

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Updated 12 October 2018

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Description The shadow of the Earth will eclipse the moon and turn it blood red on January 21, 2019.

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Description But what are asteroids and comets, really?

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Description Telescopes have come a long way in the past few centuries. From the comparatively modest devices built by astronomers like Galileo Galilei and Johannes Kepler, telescopes have evolved to become massive instruments that require an entire facility to house them and a full crew and network of computers

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Description On Oct. 11, 1968, NASA launched its first crewed Apollo mission, which paved the way for the moon landing less than a year later. Even 50 years later, Apollo 7 is still remembered as one of the most important first test flights of any spacecraft. The Apollo 7 crew was commanded by Walter S

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#125

 

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Description Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin and US astronaut Nick Hague had a close brush with death when a Soyuz rocket failed shortly after launch.

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#126

 

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Description Two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket will fly again - and could be back in orbit by early 2019. Cosmonauts Alexei Ovchinin and Nick Hague will provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year. That's according to Dmitry Rogozin, the head of Russian space agency Roscosmos, who .

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#127

 

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Description The taxi service to the orbiting International Space Station is taking no passengers until further notice.

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#128

 

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Description Jeff Bezos rocket company Blue Origin will work with the Air Force to ferry defense payloads into space, per a new contract the company won along with Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems and United Launch Services.

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#129

 

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Description It's like painting a car, if the car was going into space.

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#130

 

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Description A Russian Soyuz carrying a crew of two is set for launch Thursday to the International Space Station

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#131

 

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Description Damien Chazelle's biopic dispels mythology and makes the moon landing a uniquely personal affair.

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#132

 

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Description Fast radio bursts were recorded during a survey of the sky that began January 2017.

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#133

 

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Description On the 50th anniversary of its launch, Apollo 7 isn't well remembered — but it continues to hold lessons for NASA today.

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#134

 

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Description Scientists have spotted a faint, fast supernova for the first time, possibly explaining how pairs of dense stellar corpses called neutron stars form.

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#135

 

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Description Soyuz failed but crew is safe"/> Field # Astronautics
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#136

 

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Description Blue Origin getting a big Air Force boost"/> Field # Astronautics
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#137

 

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#138

 

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#139

 

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Description It took three men several days to prep and paint just the rover's chassis.

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#140

 

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Description A team of theorists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) has solved a long-standing puzzle in the nucleation of a high-pressure phase of ice known as ice VII, which is believed to exist near the core of “ocean world” planets recently detected outside of the solar system, and has recent

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#141

 

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Description More than 400 miles above Earth, a satellite the size of a school bus is earning its frequent flyer miles. On Oct. 6, NASA’s Terra completed 100,000 orbits around Earth. Terra joins a handful of satellites to mark this orbital milestone, including the International Space Station, Earth’s Radiation B

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#142

 

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Description A mixed-reality software that allows scientists and engineers to virtually walk on Mars recently received NASA's 2018 Software of the Year Award. OnSight uses imagery from NASA's Curiosity rover to create an immersive 3D terrain model, allowing users to wander the actual dunes and valleys explore

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#143

 

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Description They just stopped flying in the darkness.

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#144

 

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Description <p

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#145

 

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Description A booster rocket carrying a Soyuz spacecraft with a Russian and a U.S. astronaut on board headed for the International Space Station failed mid-air on Thursday, forcing the crew to make an emergency landing. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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#146

 

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Description The dwarf galaxy Sextans got bigger by eating one of its neighbors, new research shows.

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#147

 

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Description The rocket was carrying US astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Alexei Ovchinin.

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#148

 

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Description JAXA project manager Yuichi Tsuda said they needed more time to prepare the landing as the latest data showed the asteroid surface was more rugged than expected.

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#149

 

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Description Sometime after 4:40 am Eastern, something went wrong with the rocket booster carrying two people to the International Space Station.

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#150

 

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Description Booster rockets carrying a Soyuz spacecraft with a Russian and a US astronaut on board headed for the International Space Station failed mid-air on Thursday, forcing the crew to make an emergency landing.

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#151

 

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Description Alexey Ovchinin and Nick Hague had to return to Earth and make an emergency landing.

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#152

 

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Description Photos taken of the astronaut and cosmonaut whose mission to the International Space Station was aborted shows the risks we take when going to space.

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#153

 

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Description Gaming brand on Thursday announced the launch of a new base model in its Razer Blade 15 gaming notebook series, originally launched in June 2018.

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#154

 

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Description The Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft carrying crew to the ISS was aborted shortly after launch on Thursday, Oct. 11th when its booster failed. The spacecraft executed an emergency ballistic landing with a sharp angle of descent. Both crew members on board—American astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Al

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#155

 

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Description NASA officials seemed pretty chill at today's news conference.

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#156

 

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Description On Thursday morning, two astronauts en route to the International Space Station were forced to make an emergency landing after an issue with a booster during launch.

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#157

 

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Description Australian researchers using a CSIRO radio telescope in Western Australia have nearly doubled the known number of 'fast radio bursts'— powerful flashes of radio waves from deep space. The team's discoveries include the closest and brightest fast radio bursts ever detected. Fast radio burst

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#158

 

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Description In 1670 a french astronomer monk might have witnessed the collision between a white and brown dwarf star. There’s something poignant and haunting about ancient astronomers documenting things in the sky whose nature they could only guess at. It’s true in the case of Père Dom Anthelme, who in 1

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#159

 

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Description It is not clear how long the Soyuz vehicle will be grounded.

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#160

 

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Description spacex competitors get some US Air force help"/> Field # Astronautics
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#161

 

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Description Fast radio bursts were recorded during a survey of the sky that began January 2017.

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#162

 

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Description A Russian Soyuz MS-10 rocket was carrying an astronaut and a cosmonaut when a booster failed.

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