Author: Erin VanDyke (Page 2/71)

NASA InSight Lander Was Covered in Martian Dust

The Red Planet doesn’t enjoy precipitations, and the dust which can be found on the surface will travel around for…

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Can Scientists Produce Electricity From The Coldness Of Outer Space?

We know by now that solar panels are a great innovation that helps us save money, power, and the environment….

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Comets Put Up Quite a Show to Look at, But They Might Be Life-Threatening

The future of our species is always put under discussion whether we talk about climate change or metal or rock…

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Hubble Space Telescope’s 16 Years Of Data In One Image – The Most In-Depth Look At The Universe

We finally have something to turn to when we are curious to learn more about the galaxies, and that is…

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Canadian Astronaut David Saint-Jacques Will “Grab” SpaceX Dragon Capsule With Canadarm 2

SpaceX Dragon Capsule is the spacecraft that launched a few days ago loaded with supplies for the International Space Station….

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Yellowstone Supervolcano Shows Some Activity, Worrying The Scientists

About 70,000 years ago, the Yellowstone supervolcano’s caldera located in the US had erupted for the last time, so far….

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SpaceX Finally Launches the Dragon Cargo Capsule After Delays​

After a rare power issue discovered at the last minute on the Dragon cargo capsule a few days ago while…

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What Makes A Planet Habitable? Here’s What Scientists Say About That

Whenever researchers are talking about the potential of life on other planets the word ‘’habitable’’ comes into play. Many will…

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Ancient Asteroid Collisions Might Be The Source For Half Of Earth’s Water

In a surprising twist, it appears that an asteroid collision might be the reason why there is life on our…

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NASA’s InSight Lander Sent Beautiful Images Of Sunrise And Sunset On Mars

NASA’s InSight lander has been hard at work since it arrived on Mars. The lander will spend two years on…

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