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$200,000 For a Space Trip on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin
July 13, 2018
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$200,000 For a Space Trip on Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin

Jeff Bezos plans to charge passengers $200,000 to $300,000 for a space trip with its Blue Origin rocket company. He hopes to sell tickets next year. Two people familiar with Bezos’ plans told Reuters about the prices that will be as high as the trip itself. Jeff Bezos is the founder of Blue Origin, an independent company...

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Einstein is Right Again – All Objects Fall the Same Way
July 05, 2018
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Einstein is Right Again – All Objects Fall the Same Way

Astronomers find more evidence that Einstein got gravity right. One of his predictions was that all objects fall the same way despite their mass or composition. Until now Einstein’s equations have passed all tests. Even his theory of falling objects has passed tests here on Earth. But scientists weren’t sure if the...

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Astronomers Capture Baby Planet For The First Time
July 02, 2018
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Astronomers Capture Baby Planet For The First Time

For the first time, astronomers have observed a planet being born. They’ve also shared the historic photo, the first of its kind, of the baby planet. The new photo shows a young planet taking shape in the disk of gas and dust surrounding a young star. “These disks around young stars are the birthplaces of planets,...

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Japanese Rocket Explodes Moments After Lift-Off
June 30, 2018
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Japanese Rocket Explodes Moments After Lift-Off

A Japanese rocket, MOMO-2, failed to liftoff, thus, bursting into flames. The event took place in Taiki, northern island of Hokkaido, Japan, June 30, 2018. It was a Japanese start-up company, Interstellar Technologies, which developed the MOMO-2 rocket. It should have reached as high as 100 kilometers (62 miles) into space....

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The New Artificial Intelligence Robot Launched to ISS
June 29, 2018
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The New Artificial Intelligence Robot Launched to ISS

Crew members on board the International Space Station will have a new friend. The first floating robot with artificial intelligence in space. Early this morning (June 29), NASA launched the AI-powered bot aboard SpaceX’s Dragon cargo capsule on a two-day trip to the International Space Station. The private space agency...

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Complex Organics Found on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus
June 27, 2018
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Complex Organics Found on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus

Scientists have detected traces of complex organics blasting out of the depths of Saturn’s moon Enceladus. This is the best evidence yet for alien life. Using data collected by NASA’s late-great Cassini space probe, scientists have been able to discover complex organic molecules on Saturn’s ocean moon Enceladus....

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Black Hole Eating a Star Seen For The First Time
June 14, 2018
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Black Hole Eating a Star Seen For The First Time

Astronomers observe for the first time a monster black hole eating a star and throwing an enormous blast. The study relies on 10 years of observations. The new research relies on observations from a group of well-known telescopes. This may help astronomers locate black holes in the future. As the black hole rips the star...

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Here’s What NASA’s Rover Saw in the Midst of the Martian Storm
June 13, 2018
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Here’s What NASA’s Rover Saw in the Midst of the Martian Storm

A massive Martian storm swallowed NASA’s Opportunity rover. NASA published some images revealing how stark the situation is. Well, NASA’s Opportunity rover is having a rough time on Mars. A dust storm, large enough to cover North America and Russia is engulfing the red planet. “The storm is one of the most...

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Nanodiamonds Causing Mysterious Stars’ Microwaves
June 12, 2018
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Nanodiamonds Causing Mysterious Stars’ Microwaves

Observations show that tiny particles of diamond (nanodiamonds) are responsible for the mysterious source of microwaves across the Milky Way. Astronomers have always struggled over the exact source of a strange type of faint microwave light. The source comes from far across the Milky Way. They call this ‘glow’ of...

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Massive Mars Storm Hits NASA’s Opportunity Rover
June 10, 2018
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Massive Mars Storm Hits NASA’s Opportunity Rover

Intense massive Mars storm has forced NASA to suspend the Opportunity rover’s science work. The agency has to wait now as the storms don’t go away so fast. Scientists predict that the storm could last months. The Martian dust storm was first spotted from space by NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, NASA...

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