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Description You'll have to wait a little bit longer for this historic moment.

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Updated 26 March 2019

#2

 

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Description American astronauts have racked up an impressive amount of time in zero gravity. Here are the top 15 record-holding US astronauts.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Regardless of what your own personal idea of a dream job might be, you have to admit that being paid to lounge around in bed sounds pretty awesome.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description NASA has uploaded hundreds of tracks and podcasts to the sound-sharing platform. The sounds are diverse, fascinating, frequently updated and free of charge.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Watch A Dead Satellite Is Unlocking The Secrets Lurking Beneath Antarctica, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 26 March 2019

#6

 

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Description Chandrayaan 2 will carry NASA-owned laser retroreflector arrays that allow scientists to make precise measurements of the distance to the Moon.

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Updated 26 March 2019

#7

 

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Description Outer space contains a planet made of water, billions of stars, and matter no one can see. From dark energy to gravitational waves, see how well you know the universe.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Space agency blames shortage of outerwear after first-of-its-kind mission falls through

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description NASA scrapped Monday a planned historic spacewalk by two women astronauts, citing a lack of available spacesuits that would fit them at the International Space Station.

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Updated 26 March 2019

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Description Despite its volatile nature, and the fact that nobody really knows what lies deep within the planet, Jupiter is still one of NASA’s favorite photography targets because it’s just so beautiful. Now, NASA is showing off a new, enhanced image snapped by the Juno spacecraft, and it’s pure eye candy.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Some of the pretty pebbles look like peas.

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Updated 25 March 2019

#12

 

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Description You can watch live as two ISS astronauts venture into the vacuum of space on Friday.

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Updated 25 March 2019

#13

 

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Description This star-studded image shows us a portion of Messier 11, an open star cluster in the southern constellation of Scutum (The Shield).

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description It's kind of Netflix, kind of Amazon, and kind of something else.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Updated 25 March 2019

#17

 

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Description NASA on Friday published satellite photos of a powerful meteor which appeared just above the Bering Sea on December 18 but went unnoticed until months later.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description A new variant of its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket will first put the 436 kg Emisat into a 749 km orbit.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description A team of scientists has proposed a powerful new test for inflation, the theory that the universe dramatically expanded in size right before the Big Bang.

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Updated 25 March 2019

#20

 

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Description Two ISS astronauts will venture into the vacuum of space on Friday, but one of them will be a man.

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have to exercise and alter their diet to endure extended stays in microgravity, but NASA and the ESA hope to find a better way. 

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Updated 25 March 2019

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Description Astronomers have clocked a spinning star at 2.5 million MPH and grabbed an image that leaves no doubt where it came from. 

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Updated 25 March 2019

#23

 

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Description New research explains a strange feature of Jupiter's nearby asteroids by suggesting the planet started out life much farther from home.

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Updated 25 March 2019

#24

 

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Description Chandrayaan 2 will carry NASA-owned laser retroreflector arrays that allow scientists to make precise measurements of the distance to the Moon.

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Updated 25 March 2019

#25

 

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Description In 2014, China’s central government called for private capital to invest in commercial satellite operations. 

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Description Many stars sedately tread the measure of the galaxies they inhabit, slowly orbiting the galactic core. Not a star called PSR J0002+6216, though. PSR J0002+6216, astronomers have discovered, is rocketing through the Milky Way at absolutely breakneck

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Updated 24 March 2019

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Updated 24 March 2019

#29

 

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Description Watch Could Black Holes Made Of Light Power Our Spaceships?, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 23 March 2019

#30

 

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Description NASA on Friday published satellite photos of a powerful meteor which appeared just above the Bering Sea on December 18 but went unnoticed until months later.

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Updated 23 March 2019

#31

 

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Description NASA astronauts - Nick Hague and Anne McClain - have successfully completed an over six hour spacewalk.

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Updated 23 March 2019

#32

 

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Description NASA's Terra satellite unwittingly documented a fireball plummeting through Earth's atmosphere.

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Updated 23 March 2019

#33

 

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Description NASA on Friday published satellite photos of a powerful meteor which appeared just above the Bering Sea on December 18 but went unnoticed until months later. 

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Updated 23 March 2019

#34

 

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Description Three images of Jupiter are combined to make a striking new image of the planet and its famous spot.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#35

 

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Description Two NASA astronauts will conduct the first spacewalk of the year Friday at the International Space Station.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#36

 

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Description NASA is inviting applications from start-ups to take part in a three-month pilot programme to develop new technologies for space.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#37

 

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Description Astronomers observing the center of the Milky Way have spotted some unusual features that drive home just how violent the ...

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description This 360-degree visualization of the Milky Way galaxy comes courtesy of data collected by the Chandra X-ray Observatory and NASA's Ames supercomputer.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#39

 

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Description "We realized that it is difficult to develop a large rocket entirely on our own."

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Updated 22 March 2019

#40

 

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Description U.S. astronauts have swapped out aging batteries on the International Space Station. NASA's Anne McClain and Nick Hague spent 6 ½ hours outside the orbiting outpost Friday to do the chore. It's the first of three spacewalks to do maintenance work on the 20-year-old space station.

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description Agency head dismayed by new delay, but “Senate Launch System” has strong political support.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#42

 

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Description You can watch it live now.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#43

 

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Updated 22 March 2019

#45

 

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Updated 22 March 2019

#47

 

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Description Popular Mechanics goes to source for the straight story on what it takes to operate the GPS navigation system and how the game is changing as the militarization of space heats up.

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Updated 22 March 2019

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Description NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory proposed to send a spacecraft called "Trident" to Neptune's largest moon Triton to scout for potential signs of life.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#49

 

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Description This striking view of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot and turbulent southern hemisphere was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it passed the planet.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#50

 

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Description Herpes viruses like chicken pox linger long after symptoms cease, and spaceflight might bring them back to life.

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Updated 22 March 2019

#51

 

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Updated 21 March 2019

#52

 

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Updated 21 March 2019

#53

 

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Description "We're tired of generating PowerPoint journeys that don't go anywhere."

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Updated 21 March 2019

#54

 

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Description Stargazers across the world have been treated to the third and final supermoon of the year. 

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Updated 21 March 2019

#55

 

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Description Building a robotic vehicle that will eventually travel to another planet is a complicated undertaking.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#56

 

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Description Scientists and astronauts believe that humans are now ready to go to Mars.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#57

 

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Description If all goes according to plan, we can expect the sample collection to take place during the summer of 2020.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#58

 

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Description Research headed by Elisabeth Grohmann of Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin shows that a new antimicrobial substance could eliminate ...

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description Ever since the NASA spacecraft OSIRIS-REx reached the asteroid known as Bennu in December of last year, it’s been quietly orbiting and snapping photos. It is this writer’s personal opinion that, from a distance, those photos make Bennu look like a hot pocket or perhaps a Totino’s pizza roll—which would be awesome, since the mouth-watering asteroid is as roughly as wide as the Empire State building is tall. But new images released on Tuesday reveal much more than a tasty space snack. Bennu appears to be spewing out dusty, gravel-sized debris, which is extremely rare behavior for an asteroid.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Updated 21 March 2019

#61

 

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Description The newest addition to the commercial crew explains how he is preparing for space again, eight years after his last trip.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#62

 

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Description A drone just flew through an Icelandic cave and generated a 3D map of the area in minutes, in a test run for systems that will do the same on Mars.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Updated 21 March 2019

#64

 

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Description It's been decades since NASA and its government contractors handled everything in-house, but the recent push by the agency to bring private companies into the fold is truly unprecedented.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#65

 

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Description If you could hitch a ride, it would take you from San Francisco to Seattle in one second.

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Updated 21 March 2019

#66

 

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Description An asteroid slightly wider than the Empire State Building has confused scientists by shooting out plumes of dust, as a new set of close-up images from NASA shows.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Description The third and final Supermoon of 2019 also happens to coincide with the Spring Equinox. This rare event happens only once in every 19 years

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Updated 21 March 2019

#68

 

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Description The six-person crew won't leave a Moscow facility.

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Updated 21 March 2019

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Updated 21 March 2019

#70

 

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Description Japan’s Hayabusa2 team has narrowed down the asteroid Ryugu’s origins based on its color.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#71

 

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Description A Russian-US joint interplanetary probe to Venus will be possibly launched in 2027, said a Russian scientist.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#72

 

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Description Early results from the Japanese Hayabusa2 mission are not just giving us insights into space rocks—they can tell us about our own planet’s history, too.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#73

 

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Description The full moon will be a bit bigger and brighter than usual tonight. Go outside!

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Updated 20 March 2019

#74

 

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Description The author of Spaceport Earth explores Inside the past and future of a spaceport with a tragic, checkered past. 

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Updated 20 March 2019

#75

 

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Description Meet Ryugu and Bennu, two small worlds near Earth with big surprises inside.  

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Updated 20 March 2019

#76

 

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Description A new report by UBS predicts that soon high speed travel through the near reaches of space will compete with long-haul airline flights.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#77

 

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Description "Super Worm Moon" and "Super Moon" don't mean anything. They may get people hyped about space, but they can be misleading.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description Not only is the surface remarkably rugged, but the asteroid is also regularly ejecting puffs of dust and rock into ...

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Updated 20 March 2019

#79

 

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Description We deserve a healthy planet. The Arbor Day Foundation wants to put forth one word, a powerful solution to rebalance our planet: trees.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#80

 

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Description Two columns of X-rays that are hundreds of light-years long could explain the existence of giant bubbles of energetic light that sandwich the galaxy.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#81

 

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Updated 20 March 2019

#83

 

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Description The Osiris-Rex team said Tuesday that the surface of the asteroid, which measures 490 meters (1,600 feet) in diameter, was covered in stones and boulders.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Updated 20 March 2019

#85

 

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Description That the low-frequency rumble spread across the world was probably due to a “perfect storm.”

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Updated 20 March 2019

#86

 

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Description All together now: SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEE!

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Updated 20 March 2019

#87

 

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Description Spring officially begins in the Northern Hemisphere early Wednesday evening at 5:58 pm Eastern (9:58 pm UTC). Less than four hours after the onset of the new season, a stunning spring supermoon will be full in the night sky.

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Updated 20 March 2019

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Description Astronomers have discovered two exhaust channels — dubbed “galactic center chimneys” — that appear to funnel matter and energy away from the cosmic fireworks in the Milky Way’s center.

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Updated 20 March 2019

#89

 

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Description It’s revealed a bunch of surprises about the small, spinning rock.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#90

 

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Description It turns out Ultima Thule is a kind of lumpy space snowman. If you've been following NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, you know Ultima Thule is an object in Kuiper Belt, the donut-shaped region of icy bodies beyond Pluto.

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Description Eleven Arab states including Saudi Arabia, Algeria and Morocco on Tuesday signed on to the first regional team to cooperate on a space programme, the UAE said.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#92

 

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Description An unmanned Japanese spacecraft orbiting an asteroid has made surprising discoveries that scientists say will improve understanding about the origin's of the Earth's water and help search for life in other solar systems.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#93

 

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Description Bennu spews dust from its rocky surface, which may be a new kind of asteroid activity.

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Description Leaders from 25 nations, including China, Russia, and the U.S. are currently meeting in Geneva to draft laws that would prevent a space arms race.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#95

 

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Description NASA just announced that one of its spacecrafts has made a surprise discovery: "particle plumes erupting" from the surface of a large asteroid called Bennu.

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Updated 19 March 2019

#97

 

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Updated 19 March 2019

#98

 

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Description New art from NASA imagines a rosy but unrealistic future of canines on the distant planet.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#99

 

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Description Japan's space agency says its Hayabusa2 spacecraft will follow up last month's touchdown on a distant asteroid with another risky mission _ to drop an explosive to make a crater and collect underground samples to get possible clues to the origin of the solar system. 

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Updated 19 March 2019

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Updated 19 March 2019

#101

 

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Updated 19 March 2019

#102

 

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Description Astronomers have just found 83 quasars, powered by supermassive black holes and dating back to the infancy of the Universe, when it was less than 10 percent of its current age.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#103

 

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Description Overall, the asteroid is very dark, but it has some distinctly brighter areas.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#104

 

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Description Historic flooding has inundated large swathes of Nebraska and a full one-third of the strategically-critical Offutt Air Force Base.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#105

 

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Description A few months ago, on 18 December 2018, a massive airburst in the skies above Earth exploded with the equivalent of 173 kilotons of TNT.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#106

 

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Description Researchers are working to prevent such hardy bacteria from growing on surfaces of the International Space Station.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#107

 

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Description Astronomers found a pulsar hurtling through space at nearly 2.5 million miles an hour — so fast it could travel the distance between Earth and the Moon in just 6 minutes.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#108

 

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Description Bennu’s boulders, ejection plumes shift mission plans

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Updated 19 March 2019

#109

 

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Description The third and final supermoon of the year will light up the sky on March 20, closing out a trifecta of supermoons for 2019 that began in January.

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Updated 19 March 2019

#110

 

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Description Director Noah Hawley's film is loosely based on 2007 case of NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak.

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Updated 19 March 2019