Author: Erin VanDyke

Stunning Photos of the Lowell Crater on Mars Finally Shared by ESA

The ESA managed to build up a fantastic picture of the Lowell Crater on Mars, by centralizing data received from…

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SpaceX Crew Dragon Incident Might Postpone The First The Company’s First Crewed Mission

April 20th, 2019, was an unlucky day for SpaceX as its Crew Dragon capsule suffered an ‘anomaly,’ according to the…

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NASA Wants To Launch The First Crewed Mission To Mars Sooner Than Expected

Jim Bridenstine, the NASA Administrator released a number of statements that described NASA’s plans in regard to exploring close to…

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Scientists Ask For a Sustainable Space Mining to Protect the Planets, Moons, and Space Rocks In The Solar System

Scientists believe that we need to protect our solar systems from the new “gold rush” of space mining efforts, which…

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Tracking Down A Time Warp Might Not Be As Challenging As It Sounds

For many people, the notion of time warp may seem to be deeply connected with science fiction, but researchers have…

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The Sun Will Eventually Bring The End Of The World

The sun is basically a giant nuclear reactor functioning on atoms of hydrogen that have been burning up constantly for…

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Earliest Galaxies in the Universe Were Much Brighter Than Astronomers Considered

The earliest galaxies in the Universe, which formed approximately one billion years after the Big Bang, were significantly much brighter…

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Significant Star Formation Burst Took Place In The Early Days Of The Milky Way

Researchers from the Besançon Astronomical Observatory and the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona analyzed data collected…

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NASA’s Plan for Asteroid Defense Is to Crash a Spacecraft into a Space Rock

After the world’s top scientists have met to simulate a test where Earth is in danger of being hit by…

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Ancient DNA Samples Revealed The Origins Of Northern European Languages

The majority of the modern European population share a handful of common ancestors, including hunter-gatherers, Anatolian early farmers and Steppe…

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