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NASA posts symbol of ghostly blue items, deep within the cosmos

When a star is born, a chaotic light show ensues.  NASA’s long-lived Hubble Space Telescope captured vivid bright clumps moving through the cosmos at some 1,000 light years from Earth. The space agency called these objects clear “smoking gun” evidence of a newly formed star — as new stars blast colossal amounts of energy-rich matter...CONTINUE READING
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Mars seems lifeless, however do not rely it out simply but

Mars’ surface is a lifeless, unwelcoming desert. But beneath its red soil the planet still might be alive — geologically. Big space news broke in 2018: Using a ground-penetrating radar aboard a Mars satellite, a group of scientists detected a thin 12-mile lake thousands of feet beneath the Martian south pole. Now, researchers have put...CONTINUE READING
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Alternative rover’s closing image is as grim as it’s darkish

A mighty dust storm swirled around the Opportunity rover on June 10, 2018, forcing the robot to shut itself off and conserve power. The dust blocked out nearly all the sunlight, turning day to night.  Opportunity would never awake. On Wednesday, NASA announced that they would no longer attempt to revive the 15-year-old machine, formally...CONTINUE READING
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The Alternative rover is useless

The Opportunity rover is dead, at age 15.  After spending over 5,000 Martian days rumbling through the inhospitable red desert planet, NASA acknowledged on Wednesday that its sun-powered exploration rover hasn’t responded to over 600 attempts at contact since June 2018, and is presumed dead.  “I’m standing here with a sense of deep appreciation and...CONTINUE READING
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Andromeda galaxy will ship a ‘glancing blow’ to our Milky Method later than anticipated

Astronomers have long suspected that the colossal Andromeda galaxy would, in billions years, collide with our humble Milky Way. The collision was forecast to happen in some 3.9 billion years. But after astronomers analyzed new data captured by the European Space Agency’s star-surveying satellite Gaia, they now put the imminent date at 4.5 billion years...CONTINUE READING
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Pancakes in house? No that is simply the mysterious MU69

It’s a strange little world. At 4 billion miles from Earth, MU69 (also nicknamed Ultima Thule) is the farthest-away object a human spacecraft has ever visited. For the past few years, scientists have labeled MU69 as an unknown, mysterious “puzzle.” After the 13-year-old New Horizons spacecraft eventually swooped by the frozen rock on New Years...CONTINUE READING
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We requested our science reporter to check Ariana Grande’s tune ‘NASA’

Ariana Grande’s highly anticipated album, thank u, next, is finally here in full, and there’s a lot to discuss, including NASA.  Mac Miller and Pete Davidson theories are already floating around, and a new music video with a twist ending even dropped. But I, for one, can’t stop thinking about Grande’s new ode to space:...CONTINUE READING
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Take a look at this colossal hurricane on Uranus

Uranus, a huge gaseous world some 1.8 billion miles from the sun, is quite stormy. NASA’s long-lived Hubble telescope spotted a notable storm churning inside the planet’s blue-green atmosphere, and the space agency posted the image online Thursday. The entirety of Uranus’ north pole is engulfed by a “vast bright stormy cloud cap,” wrote NASA....CONTINUE READING
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After escaping the Trump reducing block two times, NASA’s carbon sleuth gets blasted into area

In early 2017, the Trump Administration tried to ax NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3, or OCO-3. It didn’t work. Then, again in 2018, the White House sought to terminate the earth science instrument.  Again, the refrigerator-sized space machine persisted.    Now, SpaceX is set to launch OCO-3 to the International Space Station in the coming...CONTINUE READING
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