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Japan Blasts Satellite Into Space To Deliver Artificial Meteor Shower
January 18, 2019
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Japan Blasts Satellite Into Space To Deliver Artificial Meteor Shower

Japanese company blasted a rocket on Friday. It carried a satellite on a mission to deliver the world’s first artificial meteor shower. Astro Live Experiences (ALE), a Tokyo-based start-up has developed a micro-satellite which can create what it calls a “shooting stars on demand” service. So, engineers designed the...

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Scientists Discover How Supermassive Black Holes Are Fed
January 14, 2019
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Scientists Discover How Supermassive Black Holes Are Fed

An Israeli-led team has figured out how supermassive black holes get so big. They observed a strange light spectrum from suddenly growing black hole. Supermassive black holes lie at the cores of most galaxies. They weigh millions to billions of times more than our sun. But it still remains unclear to scientists how they grow to...

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Our Sun Will Turn Into a Giant Crystal Ball After it Dies
January 10, 2019
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Our Sun Will Turn Into a Giant Crystal Ball After it Dies

Billions of years from now our dead Sun will solidify into a giant crystal ball, a new study suggests.  Most stars entering the final chapter of their lives tend to shrink, wither and slowly turn white. Astronomers call these cold, dense objects white dwarfs. As detailed in a paper published on Wednesday in Nature,...

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TESS Discovers An Exoplanet 23 Times The Size Of Earth
January 08, 2019
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TESS Discovers An Exoplanet 23 Times The Size Of Earth

NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) has discovered a third exoplanet outside our solar system. TESS has been hunting for three months now. The new planet, named HD 21749b, orbits a bright, nearby dwarf star about 53 light-years away, in the constellation Reticulum. It has the longest orbital period at...

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SpaceX Moved its 1st Crew Dragon Spaceship on the Launch Pad
January 06, 2019
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SpaceX Moved its 1st Crew Dragon Spaceship on the Launch Pad

SpaceX is set for its first orbital test flight of Crew Dragon. The private company has moved its Dragon Spaceship to the launch pad. SpaceX has raised a Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Launch Complex 39A in Florida Thursday (Jan. 3). It’s been eight years since the last space...

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Giant Cosmic Collision Could Send Our Solar System Flying Into Space
January 04, 2019
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Giant Cosmic Collision Could Send Our Solar System Flying Into Space

The Milky Way may face a cosmic collision in about two billion years which is relatively soon at the scale of the universe. Astrophysicists at Durham University, UK, predict that the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) could hit the Milky Way in two billion years’ time. The satellite galaxy is hurtling towards us and could...

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NASA Releases First Clear Picture of Ultima Thule
January 02, 2019
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NASA Releases First Clear Picture of Ultima Thule

NASA finally reveals the ice world known as Ultima Thule. The icy world, 4 billion miles from the sun, looks like a big snowman. So, after the historic flyby of a faraway world, Ultime Thule NASA just received a photo from their New Horizons spacecraft. The icy world turns out to be two objects joined together – a...

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NASA Succeeds in Historic Flyby of Faraway World Ultima Thule
January 02, 2019
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NASA Succeeds in Historic Flyby of Faraway World Ultima Thule

NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has made contact with Earth to confirm its successful flyby of the icy world, Ultima Thule. Thirty-three minutes into the new year, scientists, engineers celebrated the moment that NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft made its closest approach to a small, icy world nicknamed Ultima Thule....

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NASA’s New Horizons Set For Historic Flyby of Distant World
December 29, 2018
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NASA’s New Horizons Set For Historic Flyby of Distant World

NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft will ring in the new year by exploring the most distant and mysterious world ever studied. Astronomers call it Ultima Thule, meaning “beyond the known world.” The distant object is a frozen relic of the solar system some four billion miles (6.4 billion kilometers) away. Ultima...

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A Space Rock Likely Crashed Into Uranus Causing its Strange Tilt
December 24, 2018
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A Space Rock Likely Crashed Into Uranus Causing its Strange Tilt

Uranus is a lopsided planet. Scientists now think a rock twice as big as Earth might have crashed into the ice-giant. Therefore, causing it to spin on its side. Uranus is an ice giant that spins at a 98-degree angle. Every other planet spins on a vertical axis in relation to its orbit. Even more strange, the planet’s...

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