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Super-Strong Magnetic Field Found Around Magnetar
Astronomers this week revealed that one of the strongest magnetic fields ever observed has been spotted around a neutron star. The object, dubbed SGR ...
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Spacewalk Cut Short by Wardrobe Malfunction
Early this morning, European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Luca Parmitano and NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy exited the International Space Station to co...
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Large Antarctic Lake Suddenly Drained, Shows Study
There are only a few places on Earth where ecosystems have been allowed to evolve for thousands of years in isolated conditions. One of those places i...
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One Last Look at Herschel as it Flies Away
Back at the end of April, the European Space Agency’s Herschel space observatory ran out of its liquid helium coolant. The coolant was used to c...
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Herschel Telescope Given its Final Command
Over one month ago, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced that the Herschel space observatory had run out of liquid helium coolant. The coolant wa...
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Herschel Telescope Runs Out of Coolant, Ends Mission
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that the Herschel space observatory has run out of liquid helium coolant. The coolant is necessary to ...
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Water on Jupiter Linked to Shoemaker-Levy Impact
It appears that the mystery of how water got into the atmosphere of Jupiter has finally been solved. The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced t...
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NASA Measures Fast-Spinning, Supermassive Black Hole
NASA today revealed that it has teamed up with the European Space Agency (ESA) to, for the first time, measure the spin rate of a supermassive black h...
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Russian Meteor Blast Explained by NASA [VIDEO]
On February 15, when the world’s astronomers were busy watching Asteroid 2012 DA14 make a close flyby of Earth, a different space rock entered E...
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Russia Meteor Blast Being Assessed by the ESA
Last week, as astronomers around the world turned their attention toward the passing asteroid 2012 DA14, a meteorite entered Earth’s atmosphere ...
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Meteorite Falls in Russia, Lights Up the Sky [VIDEO]
A meteorite only a few meters long fell to Earth above Chelyabinsk, Russia early this morning. The shockwave caused by the object shattered windows an...
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Arctic Sea Ice Volume Declining, Shows Satellite Data
A new European Space Agency (ESA) study has shown that Arctic sea ice has declined significantly since 2003. The study, published recently in the jour...
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Space Laser Could Detect Counterfeit Foods, Past Life on Mars
The European Space Agency (ESA) today revealed that a laser developed to measure carbon on Mars could soon be used to detect counterfeit food. The dev...
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Antarctic Ozone Could be Returning, Shows New Images
New satellite imagery has shown that the hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica is shrinking. In 2012, the hole was the smallest it has been in the p...
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Space Life Weakens Immune Systems, Shows Study
A new study performed aboard the International Space Station (ISS) has shown that being in space weakens astronauts’ immune systems. Researchers...
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The First Moon Base May Be Constructed With 3D Printers
A moon base has always been the pipe dream of space agencies around the world, but the prohibitive cost always ensured that such a move would never ha...
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Late Planet-Forming Star Spotted by Herschel
NASA and the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Herschel Space Telescope has spotted a planet-forming star that wasn’t thought to be possible. ...
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Comet-Like Ionosphere Seen on Venus
New observations of Venus have shown that the planet’s ionosphere on its night side resembles a comet’s tail. The observations were made b...
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NASA Joins Euclid Dark Universe Mission
NASA announced this week that it has joined the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Euclid mission. The mission will investigate dark matter and dark ...
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New Satellite Search and Rescue System Turned On
The European Space Agency (ESA) today announced that it has switched-on a search and rescue (SAR) package on its Galileo navigation satellites. The mi...
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