Tag: space

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Collision Of Two Massive Galaxies 13 Billion Years Ago

Everything that is happening in the universe, especially so far away, seems fascinating, including the collision of two massive galaxies that are hyper-luminous. That collision occurred right in front of astronomers’ eyes, and scientists say it reveals new information about […]

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SpaceX Could Launch More Rockets By Mid-December

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk says that the company could make rocket launches by mid-December. Launches of the company’s Falcon 9 rockets were suspended following an explosion in September. Musk says that engineers have worked out why the rocket exploded, writes Brooke […]

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Africa Preparing For “Ring Of Fire” Eclipse

The skies over Africa darkened this morning thanks to a “ring of fire” solar eclipse. People around the world were able to watch the space event live thanks to a free webcast from the Slooh Community Observatory. The webcast featured […]

Mars Looks Uncannily Similar To U.S. Southwest

Mars Looks Uncannily Similar To U.S. Southwest

The latest YouTube video released by NASA shows a 360-degree panorama from the Mars Curiosity rover. Instead of looking like an alien planet, the terrain seen in the video looks like it could have been lifted straight from the Southwestern […]

NASA Finds Lost Spacecraft After Two Years

NASA Finds Lost Spacecraft After Two Years

After two years of radio silence one of the Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatories, or the STEREO-B spacecraft, has made contact with NASA scientists. STEREO-B is a probe that observes the sun along with sister craft STEREO-A, which were both launched in 2006. […]