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Super Solar Storm Could Hit The Earth Soon, Leaving Vast Areas Of The Planet In Complete Darkness

Earth is at risk of being impacted by a super solar storm. The event could result in areas of the…

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NASA To Explore the Dead Core Of An Ancient Planet Situated In The Asteroid Belt

A new mission of NASA that is in the final design phase will have the target the dead core of…

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America’s Secret: Plastic waste that kills the planet is shipped everywhere

Do you know what happens to the plastic you throw in the recycling bin? All advertising materials from within the…

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Mars 2020 Mission Progress Reached New Milestone – NASA Mounted The Rover’s Remote Sensing Mast

The announcement that NASA will return to the Moon in 2020 has been on the lips of many people, but…

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The Universe Might Exist Within The Event Horizon Of A Higher Dimensional Black Hole

Due to the Big Bang and black holes sharing the singularity aspect, scientists believe that the whole Universe might exist…

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NASA’s Future Moon Mission Would Feature The First Female Moonwalker in History

NASA has the intention of walking on the moon again, since their Apollo missions from half a century ago. 2024…

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ISRO Plans To Launch The First Indian Space Station

India’s space ambitions continue to grow as the country plans to launch its space station after the first crewed mission…

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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Discovers “Star Trek” Symbol On The Martian Surface

An unusual symbol was spotted on the surface of Mars by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The MRO’s mission on…

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Space Tourism – The International Space Station To Welcome Tourists Starting With 2020

Space is rapidly becoming one of the most exciting destinations for tourism. NASA has announced in a statement during last…

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Massive Metal Structure Lies Beneath The Moon’s Icy South Pole

Recently, scientists found a massive metal structure buried deep beneath the lunar surface, below the Moon’s icy south pole. The…

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