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NASA to Get a Fund Boost from Congress

Recently Trump has signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill that offers NASA more funds than previously expected. How exactly? Well,…

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An Air-breathing Thruster to Give More Chances to Lasting Space Missions to Mars?

An air-breathing particle thruster would gather up rare air atoms from the upper atmosphere to use as a propellant, giving…

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Revolutionary Particle Detector Takes Dark Matter Research To The Next Level

When we say Dark Matter, we say 85% of all the mass in the universe. It cannot be seen or…

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Satellite Services Endangered By Debris Removal, ESA Study Says

The European Space Agency is not going to continue with its campaign to send a 1,600-kilogram satellite into the Earth…

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The Negative Ecological Impact Of The Invasive ‘Rock Snot’ Algae On The Ecosystems Of The Rivers

Only some small organisms of the rivers, such as the water hydra, are able to adapt to the ecological impact…

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The Creative, Disco Ball Satellite to Crash on Earth

When we hear disco we just think of the disco era in the ‘70s. However, for a creative satellite the…

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Solar System to Have Been Damaged by Star Fly

A new study has uncovered the fact that comets and asteroid may still be affected up to this day by…

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We Finally Got our First Interstellar Visitor But it is Not What You Think it is

If you got excited thinking that some uncanny evidence of extraterrestrial life has just entered our solar system we are…

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NASA Released Time-Lapse Video Showing The Arctic Ice Melting Since 1978

NASA has recently released a time-lapse video documenting the drastic Arctic ice melting, over the time, since 1978 until the…

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Interstellar Asteroid Originates from a 2-star System

The first interstellar visitor we had, an asteroid, is likely to have come from a 2-star system, as scientists have…

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