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Hubble Telescope Running in Safe Mode
After decades of peering into the cosmos, the Hubble Space Telescope is experiencing a major computer issue and is running in safe mode....
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Space Force Guardians — The Sixth Military Branch Names Its Personnel
They may not be Guardians of the Galaxy, but Space Force has chosen “Guardians” for the name of its personnel....
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Elon Musk: We Must Become A Multi-Planet Species
Space pioneer Elon Musk says that becoming a multi-planet species is fundamentally important to ensuring the long-term survival of life as we know it....
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Study: 36 Intelligent Civilizations In Our Galaxy
Using the modern data the scientists behind a new paper proposed that there should be around 36 different CETI's (Communicating Extra-terrestrial Inte...
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Next Mining Venture: The Moon and Asteroids
President Trump signed an executive order further solidifying U.S. policy toward mining and resource acquisition in space....
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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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Mars Rover Curiosity to Examine Rocks in the Kimberley
NASA today revealed that Mars rover Curiosity will soon make a short stop to examine some more Martian rocks. The rover will examine an area of intere...
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Functional Following Computer Swap
NASA today confirmed that the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter is still functional following a reboot into safe mode on March 9. According to the agency th...
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NASA to Conduct Twin Astronaut Studies
The physics behind spaceflight are well understood, but what exactly being in orbit does to the human body is still being uncovered. To help out with ...
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Mars Rover Curiosity Successfully Surmounted a Sand Dune
NASA this week revealed that Mars rover Curiosity has successfully crossed over a Martian sand dune and is now continuing on its way. The rover drove ...
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NASA, CNES Team Up For Mars Lander Project
This week NASA and the Centre national d’études spatiales (the French space agency, CNES) signed an agreement to work towards a future Mars lan...
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Mars Rover Curiosity Has Now Driven Over 3 Miles
Following a few hiccups and a software upgrade during the holiday season, Mars rover Curiosity is now back to doing what it does best. NASA today reve...
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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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Mars Rover Curiosity Got a Software Upgrade For Christmas
While people on Earth were finishing up their Christmas shopping last week, NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity was receiving its own Christmas gift in ...
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Water Vapor Detected on Jupiter’s Moon Europa
New research published this week in the journal Science Express has revealed that there is water vapor in the atmosphere of Jupiter‘s moon Europ...
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Mars Rover Curiosity Dates a Rock, Makes Other Discoveries
Mars rover Curiosity has been on Mars now for over one year. In that time the rover has performed a variety of science observations, revealing to scie...
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Mars Rover Curiosity Has Fired its Laser a Lot
NASA today officially announced that Mars rover Curiosity has fired its infrared laser more than 102,000 times. The 100,000th blast came back near the...
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New Saturn North Pole Storm Images Released
NASA today released new images of Saturn taken by the Cassini spacecraft. The images are the highest-ever resolution photos of the planet’s nort...
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Mars Rover Curiosity Resumes Roving
NASA today announced that Mars rover Curiosity resumed its exploration of Mars this weekend. The rover’s exploration had been suspended last wee...
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