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ESA Opens Plant To Make Oxygen From Moon Dust
The European Space Agency (ESA) has created a prototype oxygen plant to create oxygen from moon dust, according to a post on the agency’s site. Spac...
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Hubble Finds Smiley Face Comprising Two Far Away Galaxies
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has been providing humanity incredible images from space for a quarter of a century, and it might’ve just gi...
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Philae Gets A Google Doodle (Already)
Philae, European Space Agency’s (ESA’s) Rosetta mission probe, has soft-landed on a comet. This is the first time in history this has been...
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Huge Weather Explosions Observed on Venus
Researchers this week announced that they have uncovered a striking phenomenon on the planet Venus. Using the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Venu...
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Water Vapor Discovered on Dwarf Planet Ceres
Astronomers today announced that water vapor has been detected around Ceres. Ceres is the largest object in our solar system’s asteroid belt and...
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Rosetta Spacecraft Successfully Reactivated
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that the Rosetta spacecraft has successfully reactivated. The probe has been traveling in a suspended ...
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Arctic Sea Ice Volume Up 50% This Year
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that the volume of Arctic sea ice measured this year is up 50% from the volume measured in 2012. The E...
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Argon Hydride Detected in Crab Nebula
Researchers this week revealed that a rare molecule has been spotted in the Crab Nebula. The molecule, Argon Hydride, was found in data collected by t...
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Fate of Comet ISON Still Undetermined
More than one week on from comet ISON‘s close approach to the sun, astronomers are still working hard to determine what exactly happened to the ...
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ESA Names ExoMars Lander ‘Schiaparelli’
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that the landing module for its 2016 ExoMars mission has been officially named “Schiaparelli....
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Satellite Falling to Earth: No Word on Location Yet
Nobody knows where the fragments of the 2,000-pound European satellite will hit or when they will, but what we do know, is that they will begin re-ent...
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Planck Telescope is Officially Dead
The European Space Agency (ESA) today officially announced that the Planck space telescope has been shut off for good. The final command to the telesc...
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ESA Prepares to Shut Off the Planck Observatory
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that it has burned off the last of the Planck space observatory’s fuel. The fuel burn was made t...
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Rosetta Spacecraft to Wake Up In January
The European Space Agency (ESA) today marked a milestone in the Rosetta mission to study comets. After being launched nearly one decade ago the spacec...
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Juno Flyby to Help Scientists Reconcile Anomaly
NASA’s Juno spacecraft is scheduled to fly close to the Earth today, coming within 350 miles of Earth and swinging around it. The probe will be ...
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ESA Rover Makes Tracks in the Desert
Last week, the European Space Agency (ESA) detailed a project to test its mission capabilities for the 2018 ExoMars project. ExoMars will be putting y...
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ESA Mars Rover Being Tested in Chilean Desert
While NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has gotten most of the headlines this past year, but a European-led rover mission will be placing another rove...
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Astronomers Find “Twist” in Cosmic Microwave Background
Astronomers this week announced that they have found a “twist” in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation that blankets the univer...
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Oscillating X-ray/Radio Millsecond Pulsar Spotted
Astronomers today announced that they have found a “missing link” for pulsar research. A pulsar has been found to oscillate between emitti...
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Robot Snakes May Soon be Sent to Mars
The Mars Curiosity Rover has been on Mars for a little over one year now, and much has been learned during this time. One of the main things that has ...
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