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NASA Will Launch Mars 2020 Mission To Learn More About The Red Planet

Before reaching the goal of sending humans to Mars, NASA will be launching its 2024 Moon mission that will see…

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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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Supermassive Black Hole Of A Nearby Dwarf Galaxy Is Actually Less Massive Than Expected

The plan, the important idea of knowing everything about any supermassive black hole must start from somewhere. And the best…

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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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The Sun Can Also Produce Superflares, New Research Revealed

Our sun is a middle-aged star, but it is still able to release powerful solar flames. A new study discovered…

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NASA To Use Green Fuel For Its Future Deep Space Missions

The next SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket to launch from the Kennedy Space Center sometime this month, it will be transporting…

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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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NASA Is Opening The International Space Station for Tourists

NASA has made an excellent announcement for curious people and space enthusiasts. The decision is that from now, regular citizens,…

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Moon Colonization Can Save Our Planet, Says Jeff Bezos

Last week, Amazon’s inaugural Re: Mars tech conference took place in Las Vegas. On Thursday, Bezos was interviewed by Jenny…

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Biggest Ancient Asteroid Crater in the UK Spotted by Scientists

The first evidence of the billion years old asteroid collision was found in 2008 close to Ullapool, NW Scotland. Researchers…

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