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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description Slated for completion by the mid 2020s, the lunar Gateway will serve as a staging post for crewed missions to the Moon.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description BEHIND the scenes, it took 400,000 people - including engineers, seamstresses and even divers - to put Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon a half-century ago. So when did the historic mission set off from Earth?

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description In July 1969 Neil Armstrong made a 'giant leap for mankind' by becoming the first person to set foot on the moon

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description Yet another symptom of an Arctic transitioning into a more volatile state as the planet warms.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description There are plenty of conspiracy theories, recent discoveries, and just plain old misconceptions about the moon.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description We need to recognize Apollo as a historical event, not a model for future exploration.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description NASA confirmed on the Apollo 11 moon landing's 50th anniversary that the Orion capsule, set to bring astronauts to the lunar surface in 2024, is complete.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description NASA's own recording of the Apollo 11 moon landing and first steps on the moon were sold at auction for $1.82 million.

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Updated 21 July 2019

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Description THE SUCCESS of the Apollo 11 Moon landing mission 50 years ago was indeed a "giant leap for mankind" but it was not without its flaws and came very close to being a disaster several times. Below are some of the accidents that could have been game over for the Moon landing astronauts, according to Live Science and US space historian Robert Pearlman.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description LUNAR landing conspiracy theorists say the Apollo missions were faked – but experts say rocks collected from the Moon debunk those theories. Scientists now argue that it would be too difficult to produce fake Moon rocks as part of a global hoax.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Nightmarish thoughts of astronauts getting swallowed up into the lunar dust prompted further investigation.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description The moon may be dead, but the Apollo 11 astronauts still managed to bring extraterrestrial life back to Earth. Astronomer/alien hunter Seth Shostak explains.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description While most Earthlings celebrated humanity's great feat, a handful of holdouts just raised their eyebrows and whipped up some bizarre theories.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Here’s what it was like to witness history.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description While immensely proud of the first moon landing, Apollo 11 Command Module pilot MIchael Collins, 88, believes there's no need to go back.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description This article is part of , a multi-part series that explores the technological advances behind Apollo 11, their influence on modern day, and what's next for the moon. You may have heard that freeze-dried food was invented to feed astronauts on the Apollo missions, and although “astronaut ice cream” was never actually

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description NASA asked "What if the internet existed on July 20, 1969, the day the Apollo 11 landed on the moon?"

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Remembering the “successful failure” that changed how we see human space flight.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description BEHIND the scenes, it took 400,000 people - including engineers, seamstresses and even divers - to put Apollo 11's Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon a half-century ago. So when did the historic mission set off from Earth?

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Review: CIA flunkies become accidental conspirators in deadpan mockumentary-turned-thriller.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description The movie is set for Feb. 12, 2021.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description A company called Noitom shows off an impressive virtual reality experience.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description DC Comics superhero outcasts Robotman, Negative Man, Elasti-Woman and Crazy Jane will return for more adventures on both DC Universe and HBO Max in 2020.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Astronaut Buzz Aldrin remembers Apollo 11 ahead of NASA's Kennedy Space Center celebration to commemorate 50 years of the historic mission that sent humans to the moon.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description The countdown has begun in the last year of development before the Mars 2020 launches. The launch window opens on July 17, 2020, and runs until August 5, 2020 for the launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Progress on finalizing the rover is right on track, according to NASA.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description The countdown has begun in the last year of development before the Mars 2020 launches. The launch window opens on July 17, 2020, and runs until August 5, 2020 for the launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Progress on finalizing the rover is right on track, according to NASA.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description 25 years ago, Buzz Aldrin relived his moonwalk in the pages of Popular Mechanics, and told us why the Moon remains a part of man’s destiny in space.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description On Friday, the Chinese space station Tiangong-2 was spectacularly decommissioned — it was set on a crash course with a remote patch of the Pacific Ocean called the "Spacecraft Cemetery."

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description If we are going to colonize space, we need to learn to mine it. Mining is how we get all the necessary materials to build stuff. Earth’s resources are not going to last forever either. That is why astronauts are about to test the world’s first space mining devices - prototypes will be sent to the In

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Two of the BBC presenters involved in the broadcasts remember what it was like to witness the moment we set foot on the Moon.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Watch NASA’s 2024 Moon Landing Mission Explained | Countdown to Launch, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description NASA has led the charge in space exploration for 60 years, and as we mark the 50thanniversary of the first Moon landing, the agency is preparing for its next giant leap with the Artemis program. Artemis, named after the twin sister of Apollo who is also the Goddess of the Moon and the hunt, encom

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description Your Apple Watch is more powerful than the Apollo Guidance Computer.

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Updated 20 July 2019

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Description After a successful journey, Apollo 11 looked to be proceeding to plan. But just as the lunar module closed in on its landing site, alarms began to sound.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Why report on an asteroid that has no chance of hitting Earth? Because this asteroid, known as 2006 QV89, has a history. A history of being kind of hard to track. As the name says, this asteroid was discovered in 2006. It’s a Near-Earth Asteroid (NEA, or NEO, for Near-Earth Object.) An object

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The vintage Apollo moonwear is getting a major upgrade.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description After scanning the desolate moonscape, Neil Armstrong will descend the LM's ladder to become the first man ever to set foot to the moon. Serious exploration then begins.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Rather than looking back on the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, let's look forward to what the moon will look like on July 20, 2169.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Before Valentina Tereshkova became the first woman in space, Jackie Cochran funded the Women in Space Program. The pioneering pilot, who became the first woman to break the sound barrier and played a major role in efforts during World War II, never realized her dream of venturing into space.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description A DOOMED Chinese space station is about to fall from the heavens. The 8,000-kilo Tiangong-2 is careening towards our planet at breakneck speed, and scientists say it will plunge through the atmosphere later today.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description AREA 51 remains shrouded in mystery after more than six decades of secretive tests at the site. It's no wonder, then, that the military facility in Nevada has spawned a number of wacky conspiracy theories.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The Falcon 9 rocket has 50 times the lift capacity of a Pegasus vehicle.

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Updated 19 July 2019

#47

 

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Description After we beat the Soviets in 1969, what wasn't much left to prove.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description As Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped on the moon 50 years ago, we imagined a future lunar life filled with wingsuits and tourist cruisers.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description We humans have to go to space if we are going to continue to have a thriving civilization, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said in an interview earlier this week.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Meanwhile, a few key SpaceX projects are working through minor setbacks.

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Updated 19 July 2019

#51

 

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Description IDW announced today a new single-issue story titled Mirrors and Smoke, set in Star Trek’s Mirror Universe.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description A Chinese space station fell out of the sky today (July 19). But unlike the last time this happened, China was in control the whole time.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Uncrewed SpaceX Starship could land on the Moon by 2021, following which, a manned Moon mission could be a quick possibility, SpaceX founder Elon Musk has said.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Watch The Groundbreaking Science Aboard SpaceX’s Falcon 9 CRS-18 Launch, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The Apollo 11 mission put a man on the moon, but NASA didn’t necessarily preserve every step of the process. Researchers are trying to rescue the history on Earth and on the moon.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Fifty years after Apollo 11, Moon landing conspiracists remain as staunchly skeptical as ever. But does not believing today mean the same thing it did in 1969?

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Few watching NASA’s achievement in July 1969, and even fewer today, might know that at the centre of the successful flight team was a “genius” engineer from rural north Wales. Tudur Owen, the presenter of new BBC programme Rocket Man, tells History Extra about Tec Roberts, a “humble and inspiring” man who earned the love and respect of NASA’s greats…

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description They say the computers on board the Apollo spacecraft were not even as powerful as your smartphone. So, how did they travel all that way, perform complex maneuvers in space and return through Earth’s atmosphere at just the right angle to splash down in the Pacific Ocean? Greg Schmidt knows an

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description An orbit has now been decided for the first permanent lunar outpost. When the lunar Gateway space station gets into position around the Moon, it will be in a highly eccentric "halo" orbit, perpendicular to Earth.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Earthlings have a natural inclination to gaze at the heavenly bodies. Many even dream of reaching for the stars. Mae C. Jemison actually is planning to get humans to other solar systems within the next century. Her goal is not an idle fancy. She has already been to space and back. Now her passion is to unite humanity to focus on traveling beyond our solar system.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Here are six accidents that could have spelled doom for Apollo 11's mission to the moon.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Apollo 11 space mission was launched on 16 July, 1969 with Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin Aldrin as the primary crew.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description New methods of measuring Hubble constant are suggesting a “crisis” in cosmology

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description INDIA'S space agency has announced that it will now be launching a spacecraft to the south pole of the Moon on Monday after a first botched attempt this week. Chandrayaan-2 will now be launched at 09:13 GMT on 22 July and, if successful, will make India the fourth country to conduct a soft Moon landing.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description THE Apollo project gave us the astonishing spectacle of a blue marble rising over the sterile surface of the moon. Of course, the moon was already known to be uninhabitable. But being shown something in high-resolution colour photography makes a stronger impression than being told it by the experts.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description INCREDIBLE footage shows the final moments of a doomed Chinese space station as it fell from the heavens this afternoon. The 8,000-kilo Tiangong-2 is shown plunging through the atmosphere at breakneck speed in video taken by cameras strapped to the crashing spacecraft.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Greenhouse gas emissions have already changed our planet, and scientists are using powerful computers to give us high levels of certainty as to what will happen next.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description “In today’s day and age, they’d probably all be in jail or something.”

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The static fire test completed Friday.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The space agency will happily unload the never-flown rocket onto an organization that can pay the quarter million dollars for shipping.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Researchers suggest that regions of the Martian surface could be made habitable with a material — silica aerogel — that would mimic Earth’s atmospheric greenhouse effect.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Move over, Doctor—there’s a new pilot at the TARDIS console room controls.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Not the sexiest part of space travel, but one of the most crucial.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description OMEGA Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon Landing.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description You can stream the landing footage or attend one of many events across the U.S.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, The Weather Channel has released an intense mixed reality video.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description The 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the Moon and returning safely to the Earth coincides with our next giant leap into the stars. As NASA looks to return to the Moon and venture to Mars, Apollo 11’s “small steps” show us ow far we’ve come and how much farther there is still to go.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description We also heard praise for reusable rockets in the Oval Office Friday.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description How would history have been different, if Kennedy and Khrushchev had worked together?

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description Is it a government conspiracy or just a mistake?

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description ON this day 50 years ago, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon. Against all odds, the Apollo 11 space heroes stepped out onto the lunar surface and earned their places in history.

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Updated 19 July 2019

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Description SpaceX CEO Elon Musk told TIME he thinks "we could land on the Moon in less than two years" — but that "we" might not include NASA.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description “Basically, we flew to the Moon using the processors you find in microwaves now. It was just stunning, but it worked.”

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description 50 years ago, the astronauts of the Apollo 11 mission did something we still consider the benchmark of human innovation and achievement: setting foot on the Moon and returning safely to the Earth.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Fox has released a new trailer for Brad Pitt-starrer sci-fi movie Ad Astra, in which an astronaut (Pitt) sets off into space in the search for his long-lost father (Tommy Lee Jones).

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Taller, heavier and more powerful than anything that had come before, the rocket that blasted the Apollo 11 crew towards the Moon was a behemoth.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description See the moon through the eyes of the legendary moonwalker for the first time.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description The truth behind moon landing conspiracy theories.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description The launch period for NASA's Mars 2020 rover opens exactly one year from today, July 17, 2020, and extends through Aug. 5, 2020. The mission will launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida and land at Mars' Jezero Crater on Feb. 18, 2021. "Back when we started this project in 201

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Christie's and Heritage Auctions are selling unique memorabilia from the Apollo 11 mission, including a flight manual and Neil Armstrong's personal items.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description The Google Doodle celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing lets users experience the journey for themselves, in Doodle form.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description From making the lunar landings possible to interpreting the meaning of the moon rocks, MIT was vital to the Apollo 11 mission 50 years ago and contributes to its legacy today.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description SpaceX performed a test of their StarShip prototype StarHopper with a brand new serial number 6 Raptor Engine. The vehicle was tethered and held down....

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description SpaceX performed a test of their StarShip prototype StarHopper with a brand new serial number 6 Raptor Engine. The vehicle was tethered and held down....

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Nearly 50 years after NASA put a small telescope on the Moon, astronomers are dusting off plans for new lunar observatories

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description In a new interview, Quentin Tarantino said that his version of Star Trek — which has a script in place from The Revenant scribe Mark L. Smith — will be like “Pulp Fiction in space”, contrary to the claims made by Simon Pegg.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description SpaceX boss Elon Musk says he believes its Starship spacecraft can land on the moon by 2021, adding that he hopes his company can help to build a "permanently occupied lunar base" there. However, the comments came a few days before a prototype Starship rocket suffered a fiery mishap during a ground test this week.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description From Star Wars to Interstellar to 2001: A Space Odyssey, these are the 40 greatest moments in space movie history.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Take me to your liter.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Bad news for all you doomsday lovers out there.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Here, the knuckle-biting story of the first lunar landing, replete with computer alarms and a low-fuel indicator, as the astronauts drop toward the cratered surface where they will open the hatch and take their first steps.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Opponents to the project, who are largely Native Hawaiian, have been fighting the telescope because they use this land for prayer and ceremony.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Exhale. We are safe from the asteroid that scary headlines were warning us about in early June, according to new observations from the European Space Agency and the European Southern Observatory.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Bezos who founded Blue Origin almost 19 years back said he wants his company to be "an instrumental part" of return to the Moon by the US.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description With voice recordings matched to the video, it’s as if we’re with Armstrong and Aldrin as they’re swooping above the dusty lunar landscape.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Redmi Note 7 and Redmi Note 7 Pro are now available in a new Mirror Flower Water Moon colour option, and they are on sale in China for CNY 1,199.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description ISRO has announced that the Chandrayaan-2 launch has been rescheduled for July 22, seven days after the ambitious launch by ISRO had to be aborted an hour before the lift off.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description NASA has released previously unseen panorama images of Apollo landing sites, highlighting a landscape once described by Neil Armstrong as "magnificent desolation". The images were created to celebrate this week's 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Despite the many advancements made in the field of astronomy, astronomers still struggle to get an accurate assessment of the Milky Way Galaxy. Because we are embedded in its disk, it is much more difficult to assess its size, structure, and extent – unlike galaxies located millions (or billions) of

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Description Get ready for more options to get your space fix on.

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Updated 18 July 2019

#114

 

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Description Plans to return to the lunar surface keep getting moved up even though none of the vehicles for the trip has left the ground.

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Updated 18 July 2019

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description OUR understanding of the universe may be extremely flawed. This is according to researchers using a new method to measure the Hubble Constant, a figure that is supposed to aid our understanding of how old the universe is, how rapidly it is expanding and the physics that drives its behaviour.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description "NASA has not been good at setting realistic budget and schedules."

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description OneWeb's first six satellites pass test as company moves closer to real service.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description People of the 20th century had a strange and primitive technology known as books.

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Updated 17 July 2019

#121

 

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Description Dear moon: Thank you.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Officials with SpaceX say they’ve already got a fix for the problem, but it’s still not clear when the company will be able to resume flight tests.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Some areas contain radiation levels exceeding those of Fukushima and Chernobyl.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description In episode four of the HBO miniseries Chernobyl, Soviet officials assess the damage of a 1986 power-plant explosion, which released plumes of radioactive material into the air.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Indian space agency has rectified the fault in its Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV-Mk III) whose Monday flight with Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft was called off one hour before its lift off.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Intel Shooting Star light drones performed at the Kennedy Space Center on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing launch on Apollo 11.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description We look at the innovative training and exercises that put Apollo astronauts through their paces in preparation for their iconic Moon landing mission.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Native Hawaiian protesters blocked the base of the road to 13 existing telescopes for a second day on Tuesday.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Perhaps British science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke was onto something. In his Space Odyssey book series, he created a fictional lunar settlement called Clavius Base, a mammoth complex that includes structures, a landing pad, and control tower. So named because it is located near one of the m

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description When NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched into space in April 2018, it did so with a specific goal: to search the universe for new planets. But in recently published research, a team of astronomers at The Ohio State University showed that the survey, nicknamed TESS, could also be

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Red giant stars used as milepost markers. In 1924, American astronomer Edwin Hubble announced that he discovered galaxies outside of our Milky Way by using the powerful new Hooker telescope perched above Los Angeles. By measuring the distances to these galaxies, he realized the farther away a

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description NASA has pioneered the development of all kinds of robots and robotic systems. Beyond its0 orbiters and satellites, which have been exploring the planets and bodies of the Solar System for decades, there’s also the growing army of landers and rovers that have been exploring planetary surfaces. Aboar

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description The only visual record of the historic Apollo 11 landing is from a 16mm time-lapse (6 frames per second) movie camera mounted in Buzz Aldrin’s window (right side of Lunar Module Eagle or LM). Due to the small size of the LM windows and the angle at which the movie camera was mounted, what mission co

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft is now the first spacecraft to retrieve a subsurface sample from an asteroid. On July 11th, the spacecraft touched down for a second time on asteroid 162173 Ryugu. This time, the probe retrieved a sample from a crater it excavated with its impactor. The subsurfac

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description The greater space age and intensely futuristic zeitgeist inspired radical, legendary rock and roll guitars like the Stratocaster, Flying V, and Explorer.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description HILARIOUS footage from the Nasa archive reveals brave Apollo astronauts being bested by low lunar gravity. A video reveal shows the space heroes falling over again and again while trying to navigate the Moon's rocky surface.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description NEIL Armstrong may have been the first man to walk on the Moon almost 50 years ago but he certainly wasn't the first one to eat in space. Space food had already improved dramatically by the 1969 Moon Landing but a look back through the history of astronaut grub shows how much further it has come.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description NASA has announced the first fruit to be grown in space before the end of this year: the humble Espanola chile pepper (capsicum annuum).

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description NASA's TESS satellite analyzed its first supernova, inadvertently revealing that astronomers made some wrong assumptions about the explosions.

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Updated 17 July 2019

#141

 

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Description There may be fundamental flaws with our understanding of the Universe.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description SpaceX thinks it may know what caused its new Crew Dragon spaceship to explode during a test on April 20.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Our favorite 30 pieces of NASA apparel and accessories for every wannabe astronaut and space enthusiast.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description As anniversaries go, the celebration of America's moon landing is definitely out of this world, with special events and museum exhibitions across the country marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar mission.

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Just ahead of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, you'll have another way to tune into NASA TV's live stream. Hulu will carry the feed on its li...

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Updated 17 July 2019

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Description Netflix has dropped a full trailer that reveals even more about the show’s crew of space explorers.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Science News’ coverage of the Apollo program stayed focused on the science but also framed the moon missions in the broader social and political context of the era.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description The Apollo 11 mission saw humans walk on the surface of the Moon for the first time. This is how it happened.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description MARS could be made habitable by the creation of small islands that mimic the Earth's greenhouse effect, according to new research. In a scene similar to the terra-forming seen on Mars in the 1990 flick Total Recall, a two-centimetre thick shield of silica aerogel - an ultralight material derived from a gel - would be effective in insulating the planet and melting ice beneath the surface for permanent water, scientists say.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Around 53 per cent people will like to travel to space, says a new survey ahead of the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo lunar landing on July 20.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Astronomers have discovered, for the first time, moons forming in the disk of debris around a large exoplanet. Astronomers have suspected for a long time that this is how larger planets—like Jupiter in our own Solar System—get their moons. It’s all happening around a very young star named PDS 70, ab

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description As the United States races to put humans back on the Moon for the first time in nearly 50 years, a NASA-funded lab in Colorado aims to send robots there to deploy telescopes that will look far into our galaxy, remotely operated by orbiting astronauts.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Ronald D. Moore, Michael Okuda, Maril Davis, and more discuss the new show.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description TODAY marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission launch that put man on the Moon, but we're also expecting a stunning partial lunar eclipse. This will obscure parts of the Moon from sight, and give stargazers another excuse to look up at our closest neighbour – where Neil Armstrong first set foot in on July 16, 1969.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description SPACE travel has changed a lot since the Soviets launched the first man into space in 1961. Since then, mankind has landed 12 people on the Moon and invented rockets with high-tech reusable parts. We've put together a timeline of some of the biggest changes to space travel since man first made it to orbit.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Preparing for life as an astronaut on the moon or Mars is serious business.

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Updated 16 July 2019

#159

 

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Description An attempt to reconcile the discrepancy among Hubble Constant calculations only complicated the matter, raising questions about our models of the universe.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Radioactivity still lingers more than 60 years after atomic weapons, including the hydrogen bomb, were tested in the Marshall Islands.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description If the first men to step on the moon had died there, Richard Nixon would have read this haunting speech.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Here's five of the most recent and fascinating scientific findings about the moon.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description New research has prompted a rethink of the theory that gaps in planet-forming disks around young stars mark spaces where planets are being created.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description The livestream, which is available on YouTube, is incredibly cool to see, especially with the original 1960s ads.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description The partial lunar eclipse 2019 can be seen in central and western regions of India, and live streams are being held by Royal Observatory Greenwich, Virtual Telescope Project, and Norway-based site Time and Date.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description 50 years ago today, three astronauts began their journey toward the moon—the world would never be the same.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description On July 16, 1969, the Apollo 11 spacecraft took off from Florida and began its trip to the Moon. The world watched as Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins set out make history.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Want to Colonize Mars? Aerogel Could Help Scientists are exploring how aerogel, a translucent, Styrofoam-like material, could be used as a building material on Mars. Aerogel retains heat; structures built with it could raise temperatures enough to melt water

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description You can get a retro Marshall Stanmore II Bluetooth speaker for $199 this Prime Day, saving $150.99 off its usual price.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Here's how you can see the celestial event.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Apollo 11's success lost NASA its best shot at permanent bases on the moon -- and Mars.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Plus there's a weird feature that we can't explain at this point.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Becoming an astronaut ranked last among five professions.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description NASA has revealed a stunning photo of the International Space Station passing in front of a "spotless sun". The rare photo is void of sunspots, and highlights the immense scale of our nearest star.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description SPACESUITS have come a long way since man first ventured into space, and some pretty kooky ones have cropped up over the decades.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description THIS SATURDAY will be the 50th anniversary of the first man on the Moon, but there are still those who doubt the official story and plenty of conspiracy theories suggesting it never happened. A recent YouGov poll found that one in six British people agreed with the statement “the moon landings were staged” but below is a list of some of the most popular Moon Landing conspiracies and the evidence that debunks them.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description In July 1969 Neil Armstrong made a 'giant leap for mankind' by becoming the first person to set foot on the moon

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Finding inexpensive solutions for propelling CubeSats is one of the most critical components of the rapidly growing industry of commercial launches of satellites the size of a loaf of bread. The small size and relatively ...

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description How NASA’s massive crawler-transporters get millions of pounds of rocket to the launchpad one inch at a time.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description An insulating material called silica aerogel could make parts of the Martian surface friendlier to photosynthetic life.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description The first direct measurement of the bar-shaped collection of stars at the centre of our Milky Way galaxy has been made by the Gaia mission.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Astronomers have made a new measurement of how fast the universe is expanding, using an entirely different kind of star than previous endeavors.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Trump and Democratic Congresswomen trade barbs, new asylum restrictions & ten things you didn't know about the Apollo 11: The Morning Rundown.

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Description Hidden underneath the Naryn-Kala fortress in Derbent, Russia, is a mysterious subterranean vault - a buried structure whose original purpose has been unknown for decades. Now, thanks to clever use of scanning technology, we might finally know

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Updated 16 July 2019

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Lunar Eclipse 2019: Get Ready to witness the partial lunar eclipse happening on July 16 and July 17? Here are all the details you need to know about the celestial event.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description One of the spacecraft designed to launch astronauts from US soil for the first time in years has been grounded since April.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Earth is not alone, and a stunning new animation created using NASA data beautifully illustrates that point.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description The Indian Space Research Organization is examining the technical snag that forced them to call off the Chandrayaan-2 mission's liftoff early Monday.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description India’s second mission to Moon, Chandrayaan-2 onboard GSLVMkIII-M1 was Monday called off due to a technical snag, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) said.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, Spotify playlisted 50 of the most streamed tunes with 'moon' in the title.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- Shields made of a material so light it is sometimes called "frozen smoke" could help make areas on Mars livable, a new study suggests.Currently, the surface of Mars is too cold for water to stay liquid, often thought of as a key prerequisite for life as we know it. Moreover, its atmosphere is too thin to shield against hostile ultraviolet radiation, which

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Spektr-RG x-ray mission will be nation’s only space observatory

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description THE Chandrayaan-2 mission was called off when engineers spotted a 'technical snag' at the last minute - and abruptly stopped the countdown at T-56 minutes, 24 seconds. It grounded the 640-tonne, 44m-tall rocket - with a revised launch date to be set at a later time.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description NO conventional toilet was designed for the Moon Landing mission of 1969 meaning the astronauts had to use a variety of other contraptions to relieve themselves. The processes of peeing and pooing both had to revolve around a bag system, which apparently resulted in spillages.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description We can't be the only ones in the vast expanse of the cosmos ... right?

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description NASA wouldn’t let our reporter touch the Apollo moon rocks. Here’s why that’s a good thing.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Here’s what planetary scientists are learning from the remains of Apollo outposts, and how archeologists hope to preserve it.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Galileo satellite position system, a future rival of the American GPS network, has been out of service since Friday, its oversight agency said.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Gabz, real name Grzegorz Domaradzki, has been lighting the pop culture art world on fire for some time now with his gorgeous poster art.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description One of the key galaxy types we see in the Universe is the spiral galaxy, as demonstrated in an especially beautiful way by the subject of this Hubble Picture of the Week, NGC 2985.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description While the 42-year mission is still going, time is forcing compromise.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description Fifty years ago, 600 million people around the world watched on live television as Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took those historic first footsteps on the moon. Yet, some of the most intriguing details from the Apollo 11 saga remain largely unknown or poorly understood.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description It wasn’t a Buck Rogers comic book story Luis Rodriguez’s third-grade teacher was lecturing about, but the real thing. Astronauts, she told his class, had actually blasted off from Earth aboard a rocket ship, traveled a quarter of a million miles into space, and safely landed and walked on the su

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description The SpaceX crew dragon explosion was caused by a cup of liquid oxidizer leaking and coming into contact with titanium and this reacted explosively....

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description "Through this process, we will continue to learn things that will help us fly safer.”

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description The SpaceBok robot is designed to travel in low gravity with controlled leaps inspired by the springbok.

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description "The Federation spacecraft has a colossal problem in the event of a launch abort."

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Updated 15 July 2019

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Description A NASA Astrobiology Institute-funded project will be trying to find out if life could ever exist in the ocean of Titan — and if it does, how to look for it.

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Updated 15 July 2019