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Updated 22 September 2019

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Updated 22 September 2019

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Updated 22 September 2019

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Description At the 2019 Social Good Summit NASA climate scientist Kate Marvel talks about how to consider the threats of relentless sea level rise and warming oceans.

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Updated 22 September 2019

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Description The island needs to know that Batman is here.

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Description In the most extreme regions of the Universe, galaxies are being killed. Their star formation is being shut down and astronomers want to know why.

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Description Alienstock descended on Rachel, Nevada, and the crowds kept calm.

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Updated 21 September 2019

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Description The Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT-M) on Thursday said it had hosted the first meeting of Space Technology Cells (STCs) established by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the Department of Space in these premier institutions.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description "We don't want to rely on just one system."

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description Sad astronaut searches for dad astronaut in this aching cosmic space race.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description When a star engulfs a planet it can end up spinning so fast that it rips apart. The resulting debris could help us learn about exoplanets that were consumed

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description A CLOSE call with an asteroid big enough to flatten a city was completely missed by Nasa due to a few rain clouds, leaked emails reveal. The space rock 2019 OD was bigger than a football pitch and would have exploded with the power of 30 atomic bombs if it had smashed into Earth.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description Alienstock descended on Rachel, Nevada, and the crowds kept calm.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description The meme of the year culminated with a weird costume party at the gate to a famed national security site.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description Help may be on the way for the millions of people around the world who suffer from asthma. Pioneering research in orbit is opening new avenues to understanding what goes wrong in patients with airway inflammation. The results have contributed to the development of quick lung tests for an improved qu

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description The movie Ad Astra shows a space antenna, a spindly structure reaching up into the stars. We look at what it would take to build something that big.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description Astronomers announced discovering 12 new moons of Jupiter in July 2018. Five of them now just been named for goddesses and spirits of Greek and Roman mythology.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Updated 20 September 2019

#23

 

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Description It tells a seemingly simple story set in a realistic future with twists and turns that feel completely fresh, while never losing sight of its lead character or lofty themes.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description Watch How NASA Plans to Discover Alien Life on Jupiter’s Moon, Europa, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description When large areas of carbon-rich soil catch fire, the blaze emits massive amounts of carbon into the atmosphere and creates a thick haze. These blazes can usher in long-term climate impacts that affect the whole planet and affect human health. In 2015, the haze from peatland fires was responsible for

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description NASA finished assembling and joining the main structural components for the largest rocket stage the agency has built since the Saturn V that sent Apollo astronauts to the Moon. Engineers at the agency’s Michoud Assembly Facility in New Orleans connected the last of the five sections of the Space La

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description NASA has barely scratched the surface of Mars – literally. While past rovers have dug inches into the rusty soils of the Red Planet, NASA is testing out a drill that can go feet deep and operate autonomously with minimal human guidance. Probing that far down below the harsh Martian surface will reve

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Updated 20 September 2019

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Description German e-commerce investor Rocket Internet has no immediate plans to go private, Chief Executive Oliver Samwer told investors on Thursday.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Speaking before a Congressional subcommittee on Wednesday, 18 September 2019, Kenneth Bowersox, Acting Associate Administrator for Human Exploration and Operations, said NASA is doing everything in its power to meet the deadline set by the White House, but admitted that it might be too short. “Wh

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description A new study conducted by the University of Arizona and the University of California, Davis enhances our understanding of how the brain learns in virtual reality. Virtual reality is becoming increasingly present in our everyday lives, from online tours of homes for sale to high-tech headsets that

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Photovoltaic cells are notoriously sensitive to temperature. Now a new study reveals how global warming will reduce output across the globe by 2100.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description NASA has captured stunning images of Jupiter pictured with an Earth-sized black spot on its surface. It's actually an enormous shadow from an eclipse caused by Jupiter's moon Io passing in front of the Sun.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description A MYSTERIOUS object hurtling towards our Solar System may be an alien spacecraft. That's the shock claim made by one space scientist, who has exclusively revealed to The Sun that our incoming visitor could be piloted by hyper-intelligent beings.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Astronomers are celebrating the interstellar comet that was recently discovered zipping through our solar system. See the exclusive image on Popular Mechanics.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description It could be possible to ID at-risk children based on a single teacher's assessment.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description The recently completed Orion spacecraft for Artemis I will head to Ohio for the final stretch of major testing before integration with the Space Launch System rocket for launch. Slated to begin this fall, a team of engineers and technicians stand ready to test the spacecraft, consisting of the cr

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description It's the final boarding call for you to stow your name on NASA's Mars 2020 rover before it launches to the Red Planet. The Sept. 30 deadline for NASA's "Send Your Name to Mars" campaign gives the mission enough time to stencil the submitted names - over 9.4 million so far - on a chip that will be af

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description During Juno’s latest Jupiter flyby, the spacecraft captured stunning images of Io’s shadow streaking across the gas giant during an eclipse.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Hey, what's a few billion years between friends?

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description More projects of this ilk on studios’ slates in the coming years could fuel public excitement for real-life journeys beyond our atmosphere

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description The mysterious Tabby's Star, whose repeated bouts of darkening might be due to "alien megastructures," may now have more than a dozen counterparts.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Humans to Mars. That’s the plan right? The problem is that sending humans down to the surface of Mars is one of the most complicated and ambitious goals that we can attempt. It’s a huge step to go from low Earth orbit, then lunar landings, and then all the way to Mars, a journey of hundreds of milli

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Remote sensing technology, which measures objects from a distance, has advanced along with aviation technology and the use of photography for mapping and surveying. The launch of artificial satellites in the latter half of the 20th century gave humanity a new perspective from space and impressive ne

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description NASA has seemingly already U-turned on its pledge to land astronauts on the Moon within the next five years. The space agency has repeatedly promised Artemis, its first manned lunar mission in over 50 years, is on schedule for a 2024 launch.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description "I am concerned that the decisions are not being driven by what is most efficient."

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Updated 19 September 2019

#46

 

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Description The viral event in Nevada to "see them aliens" is finally happening, and so are the memes.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Planets normally form gradually from the disk of dust around a star. But the same thing could happen around black holes, forming thousands of super heavy planets

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Rocket Internet has no immediate plans to go private, Chief Executive Oliver Samwer told investors on Thursday.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Watch Could Injecting Carbon Into the Earth Save Our Planet?, an Earth video from Seeker.

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Updated 19 September 2019

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Description Neutron stars are the end-state of massive stars that have spent their fuel and exploded as supernovae. There’s an upper limit to their mass, because a massive enough star won’t become a neutron star; it’ll become a black hole. But finding that upper mass limit, or tipping point, between a star that

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Imagined Life, a riveting update of what we know about the planets beyond our solar system, makes smart guesses about what we might face when we do make contact

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description The Trump administration wants NASA to send astronauts back to the moon in five years. These are the biggest issues the agency has to face.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description A pioneering team of less than 200 personnel will form the latest branch of America's armed forces, creating the Space Force from scratch. 

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description If Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity holds true, then a black hole, born from the cosmically quaking collisions of two massive black holes, should itself “ring” in the aftermath, producing gravitational waves much like a struck bell reverbates sound waves. Einstein predicted that the pa

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Robert Zubrin points out the problems with the radio SETI program....

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description The LISA mission will detect gravitational waves from space with an extremely precise space laser system.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Astronomers are surprised by the speed of this wimpy galaxy glow-up.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Few stars have captured as much attention as KIC 8462852, otherwise known as Boyajian’s Star.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Three of Saturn’s icy moons are twice as shiny as we thought they were, and it’s partly because they are covered in a deep layer of snow from Enceladus’ geysers

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Brad Pitt stars in thoughtful sci-fi Ad Astra, but even his strong performance can't plug the plot holes in this movie's melancholy heart

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Like the vast reaches of space, the fate of an astronaut corpse is uncharted territory.

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Updated 18 September 2019

#63

 

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Description Watch the actor chat with astronauts aboard the ISS. 

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Are black holes bald or hairy? It all depends on the details of a fleeting gravitational wave.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description The universe is filled with almost incomprehensibly bizarre phenomena, but astronomers may be a step closer to understanding the life ...

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description The largest and most powerful of the 400 volcanoes on Jupiter’s moon Io erupts on a regular schedule – and looks like the next bang could come be any day now

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description For the fifth time constructors from all over the world competed in the international Martian robots competition, ERC. The IMPULS Team from the Kielce University of Technology (POLAND) turned out to be unrivalled among 28 teams from 13 countries that came to Poland this year. The second place was t

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description Astronomers involved in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) know that space aliens could be looking for life on planets like Earth.

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Updated 18 September 2019

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Description An explosion that appeared to be the size of a planet comes from a surprisingly small space rock.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Coming home and realising you don’t have a home anymore is just about the scariest thing imaginable.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Just seeing “directed by Jim Mickle” is enough to sell me on a movie.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Astronomers around the world were elated in 2017 when ‘Oumuamua appeared in the sky, becoming the very first confirmed alien ...

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description In 2017, the interstellar object known as ʻOumuamua – the first ever to pass through the Solar System – took astronomers by surprise, leaving little time for in-depth study and even giving rise to speculation as to its alien origins. Luckily for science, on 30 August 2019, an amateur astronomer f

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The Carnival of Space 629 is up at Universe Today....

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Astronomers have found a comet that seems to have come from beyond our solar system, which would make it the second interstellar object that we’ve ever spotted

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Springtime on Earth can be a riotous affair, as plants come back to life and creatures large and small get ready to mate. Nothing like that happens on Mars, of course.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again...

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description C/2019, a comet originating from outside the solar system, is passing through our neighborhood. Here's the first image of the object.

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Updated 17 September 2019

#80

 

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Description Space is getting crowded, and the Bigelow Aerospace Genesis II is in danger from a dead satellite.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The first-ever comet from beyond our Solar System has been successfully imaged by the Gemini Observatory in multiple colors. The image of the newly discovered object, denoted C/2019 Q4 (Borisov), was obtained on the night of 9-10 September using the Gemini Multi-Object Spectrograph on the Gemini Nor

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Updated 17 September 2019

#82

 

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Description These dunes on the Martian north pole look surprisingly delicious.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Updated 17 September 2019

#84

 

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Description Astronomers have identified what could be the most massive neutron star to date. 

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Last month, we got the exciting news of a rare flash of light on Jupiter, bright enough to be seen through telescopes. According to a new analysis, the cause of this smash was a small asteroid, with a density consistent with meteors that are equal

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The raid might be off, but people still plan to storm rural Nevada this weekend.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The new lunar space elevator study differs from previous proposal would be anchored on the moon and stretch 200,000 miles toward Earth until hitting the geostationary orbit height (about 22,236 miles above sea level). We do not have materials for a space elevator from the Earth to Geostationary orbit. The moon spaceline would be longer but would only have to overcome the moon’s gravity....

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The Stellina might just challenge your definition of what a telescope can be.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The new lunar space elevator study differs from previous proposal would be anchored on the moon and stretch 200,000 miles toward Earth until hitting the geostationary orbit height (about 22,236 miles above sea level). We do not have materials for a space elevator from the Earth to Geostationary orbit. The moon spaceline would be longer but would only have to overcome the moon’s gravity....

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Ringdown overtones yield accurate estimates of mass and spin of a new black hole.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description A team of researchers has reignited the debate about the age of Saturn’s rings with a study that dates the rings as most likely to have formed early in the solar system. In a paper published today in Nature Astronomy and presented at the EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019 in Geneva, the authors sugg

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Despite the many, many problems we face in the world today, it is still an exciting time to be alive! As we speak, mission planners and engineers are developing the concepts that will soon take astronauts on voyages beyond Low Earth Orbit (LEO) for the first time in almost fifty years. In addition t

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description The metallic asteroid Psyche has mystified scientists because it is less dense than it should be, given its iron-nickel composition. Now, a new theory could explain Psyche’s low density and metallic surface. Unlike most asteroids, Psyche appears to be composed largely of iron and nickel inste

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Springtime on Earth can be a riotous affair, as plants come back to life and creatures large and small get ready to mate. Nothing like that happens on Mars, of course. But even on a cold world like Mars, springtime brings changes, though you have to look a little more closely to see them. Lucky f

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description NASA is using a huge water tank to help its astronauts prepare to return to the Moon in 2024. The aquatic setting helps the astronauts to recreate living and working in low gravity settings.

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Updated 17 September 2019

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Description Virtual servers bring the power of dedicated hosting at an incredibly low price

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description China's massive telescope has discovered mysterious repeating radio signals known as FRBs. Scientists don't know where they come from. Maybe a black hole?

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Astronomers have discovered the most massive neutron star ever observed. It's 15 miles across with a mass of more than twice the sun. 

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description A pair of enormous radio-emitting bubbles have been discovered at the center of the Milky Way, near the galaxy's supermassive black hole, Sagittarius A*.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Many manufacturing industries currently use material separation due to the need to recycle and reuse materials, both from a commercial and environmental need. The material separation process has become so in demand that a whole industry has grown around it....

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Many manufacturing industries currently use material separation due to the need to recycle and reuse materials, both from a commercial and environmental need. The material separation process has become so in demand that a whole industry has grown around it....

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description A RUSSIAN billionaire is bankrolling a bonkers project to build the world's first country based entirely in space. The nation of Asgardia plans to send millions of Earthlings up to live on giant orbiting space arks to escape the chaos as humanity "wipes itself out" in the coming decades.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Mmm, cookies and cream.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Thanks to the Gemini Observatory, we get a closer look at the object called C/2019 Q4 (Borisov), a comet believed to be from beyond our solar system.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description NASA has awarded a $13.7 million contract to Advanced Space of Boulder, Colorado, to develop and operate a CubeSat mission to the same lunar orbit targeted for Gateway – an orbiting outpost astronauts will visit before descending to the surface of the Moon in a landing system as part of NASA’s Artem

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description Astronomers have discovered the most massive example yet of the dead stars known as neutron stars, one almost too massive to exist.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Description A MYSTERY object from deep space heading towards our solar system has been pictured for the first time. Astronomers first spotted the extrasolar comet around two weeks ago, but the scientific world is baffled about its nature and origins.

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Updated 16 September 2019

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Updated 16 September 2019