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Top 10 breathtaking Mars pics taken from orbit

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rt.com - Hematite in Capri Chasma (Image Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona) Mars exploration isn’t all about Curiosity and Opportunity rovers. NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has snapped...

NASA outlines Asteroid Redirect Mission - Images

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gizmag.com - NASA has released new details on how it plans to boldly go to an asteroid and come back with a bit of it. The Asteroid Redirect Mission (ARM) is part of the space agency's Asteroid Initiative annou...

Is the Universe Finite or Infinite?

universetoday.com - Two possiblities exist: either the Universe is finite and has a size, or it’s infinite and goes on forever. Both possibilities have mind-bending implications. In another episode of Guide to Space, ...

APOD: 2007 September 11 - A Scorpius Sky Spectacular

apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: If Scorpius looked this good to the unaided eye, humans might remember it better. Scorpius more typically appears as a few bright stars in a well known but rarely pointed out zodiacal ...

Black hole 12 billion times the mass of the sun discovered

niume.com - An "impossibly large" black hole 12 billion times the mass of the Sun and that powered one of the brightest objects in the early universe has been discovered. An international team of astronomers s...

TURNTUP2DMAX: 10 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend

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APOD: 2008 April 10 - Stickney Crater

apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Stickney Crater, the largest crater on the martian moon Phobos, is named for Chloe Angeline Stickney Hall, mathematician and wife of astronomer Asaph Hall. Asaph Hall discovered both t...

Possibility of Alien Life is Greatest on Europa, Enceladus, & Ganymede

fromquarkstoquasars.com - “Life is not a miracle. It is a natural phenomenon, and can be expected to appear whenever there is a planet whose conditions duplicate those of the Earth.” Such were the words of Harold Urey, phys...

APOD: 2004 December 14 - Nearby Spiral M33

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Spiral galaxy M33 is a mid-sized member of our Local Group of Galaxies. M33 is also called the Triangulum Galaxy for the constellation in which it resides. About four times smaller (in...

The Hunt for Alien Intelligence is Going Infrared : DNews

news.discovery.com - Astronomers have devised an instrument that could lift the veil of doubt over whether we’re alone in the universe, tapping into a type of radiation that has little trouble cutting through the vast ...

APOD: 2004 December 16 - The Arms of NGC 7424

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: The grand, winding arms are almost mesmerizing in this face-on view of NGC 7424, a spiral galaxy with a prominent central bar. About 40 million light-years distant in the headlong cons...

Dark matter is ghostly and non-interactive

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abc.net.au - Colliding galaxies A new study of colliding galaxy clusters has found that dark matter doesn't even interact with itself. The findings reported in the journal Science, mean some existing dark matte...

Spacecraft lands safely on comet for first time

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niume.com - The three-legged Philae lander marked a new stage in the history of space exploration yesterday, as the unmanned craft made a controlled landing on a comet. Philae’s scientific instruments could he...

APOD: 2004 December 19 - Molecular Cloud Barnard 68

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: Where did all the stars go? What used to be considered a hole in the sky is now known to astronomers as a dark molecular cloud. Here, a high concentration of dust and molecular gas abs...

Orions Lesser-known Nebula M43-untitled by David Lawrence

fineartamerica.com - The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has taken a close-up view of an outer part of the Orion Nebula�s little brother, Messier 43. This nebula, which is sometimes referred to as De Mairan�s Nebula af...

Gemini: The spacecraft that paved the way to the Moon

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bbc.com - On 5 June 1966, 200 kilometres above Australia, Gene Cernan was attempting to activate one of the most ill-conceived, badly designed and dangerous pieces of equipment ever flown in space. The Astro...

APOD: 2015 March 29 - Shadow of a Martian Robot

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apod.nasa.gov - Explanation: What if you saw your shadow on Mars and it wasn't human? Then you might be the Opportunity rover currently exploring Mars. Opportunity has been exploring the red planet since early 200...

We might be destroying the universe just by looking at it

io9.com - It's not often that astronomy goes well with the book of Genesis. But this is a theory that evokes the line, "But of the tree of the knowledge, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou ea...

Chinese scientists mull power station in space- China.org.cn

china.org.cn - The battle to dispel smog, cut greenhouse gases and solve the energy crisis is moving to space. Chinese scientists are mulling the construction of a solar power station 36,000 kilometers above grou...

Ghostly Shells | Space Wallpaper

space.com - The beautiful, petal-like shells of galaxy PGC 6240 are captured in intricate detail by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, as seen in this stunning space wallpaper. PGC 6240 is an elliptical gala...

NASA Asteroid Hunter Spacecraft Data Available to Public

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jpl.nasa.gov - Millions of images of celestial objects, including asteroids, observed by NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) spacecraft now are available online to the public. T...

Hubble Space Telescope Successor on Track for 2018 Launch, NASA Tells Congress

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space.com - NASA's successor to the Hubble Space Telescope is on schedule and budget for now, space agency officials told members of Congress today (March 24). The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) — scheduled...

Biggest Black holes ever found.

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niume.com - University of California, Berkeley, astronomers have discovered the largest black holes to date ‑- two monsters with masses equivalent to 10 billion suns that are threatening to consume anything, e...

Hubble Spots A Celestial Bauble Snr-0509-titled by David Lawrence

fineartamerica.com - This delicate shell, photographed by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, appears to float serenely in the depths of space, but this apparent calm hides an inner turmoil. The gaseous envelope forme...

Celestial penguin the result of galactic destruction

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Astronaut's video proves thunderstorms look awesome from space

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space.trendolizer.com - Astronaut's video proves thunderstorms look awesome from space Share it: Earth looks mesmerizing from space — especially when Mother Nature decides to put on a show NASA astronaut Terry W. Virts , ...

Solar Power From Space Is Closer To Reality Than You Might Think (Still Very Far Away)

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fastcoexist.com - There are good reasons to generate solar power in space. For one, you're closer to the sun, so the energy yield is better. And the sun never sets. It's a 24-hour solar resource in the upper orbit. ...

[EXCLUSIVE] An off-world adventure: inside the HQ of South Africa's space agency

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htxt.co.za - Despite the fact that the Hartebeeshoek installation for the South African National Space Agency (Sansa) is a designated National Key Point, it’s not an especially intimidating site. We might have ...

NASA Announces Plans To Send Astronauts To Mars In Mid-2030s

iflscience.com - NASA’s Orion spacecraft will launch Thursday morning, performing an unmanned test flight for the machinery that will eventually bring humans to asteroids, before ultimately transporting them to Mar...

Sharjah’s planetarium offers a journey into our past and future | The National

thenational.ae - From the beginning of time, mankind has been fascinated by the night sky. A planetarium in Sharjah will now enable us to get closer. “But nay! I call to witness the revolving stars, the planets tha...

For Asteroid-Capture Mission, NASA Picks 'Option B' for Boulder

space.com - NASA's bold asteroid-capture mission will pluck a boulder off a big space rock rather than grab an entire near-Earth object, agency officials announced today (March 25). NASA intends to drag the bo...

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Catherine Kiely , Design, San Francisco Bay Area

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finderio.com - Senior Designer and Project Manager in ForrestPerkins’ San Francisco office: keen eye and affinity for quality complex design concepts. Experienced in all aspect of the design process, from brand s...

A Flag Shaped Aurora over Sweden

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spacefellowship.com - It appeared, momentarily, like a 50-km tall banded flag. In mid-March, an energetic Coronal Mass Ejection directed toward a clear magnetic channel to Earth led to one of the more intense geomagneti...

NASA Moon Orbiter, Mars Rover Face Budget Chopping Block

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Celestial penguin the result of galactic destruction

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abc.net.au - Monday, 30 March 2015 STARSTUFF IMAGE by Stuart Gary ABC StarStuff image of the week So, what do you see in this Hubble Space Telescope image, a porpoise or a penguin? Amateur astronomers have used...

Hubble Space Telescope Star Photographs - The Orion Nebula by David Lawrence

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fineartamerica.com - This dramatic star photograph by the Hubble Space Telescope, which I have enhanced to show more of its beauty, offers a peek inside a cavern of roiling dust and gas where thousands of stars are for...

Former NASA man says he saw alien

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Mikhail Kornienko and Scott Kelly are to spend...

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Best view yet of merging galaxies in distant universe

sciencedaily.com - To make this observation, the team also enlisted the help of a gravitational lens, a galaxy-size magnifying glass, to reveal otherwise invisible detail. These new studies of galaxy HATLAS J142935.3...

4 things NASA can teach you about a good night's sleep

theweek.com - They have to. Their bodies are cut off from many of the normal external cues that remind us what time it is. In orbit they can experience a dozen sunrises and sunsets a day which makes their circad...

What NASA Learned from Orion Space Capsule's 1st Test Flight

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No, Seriously, Russia Is Going To Invade The Moon

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huffingtonpost.co.uk - It might not surprise you to learn that Russia has some pretty ambitious territorial ambitions over the next twenty years. Vladimir Putin has reportedly outlined a plan to put a permanent Russian c...

Photographer and Stunt Biker Capture Epic Photo of Solar Eclipse

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space.trendolizer.com - Photographer and Stunt Biker Capture Epic Photo of Solar Eclipse Share it: Last week's total solar eclipse spawned many amazing photographs and videos, including this shot of stunt biker Danny MacA...

Should we colonise the Moon?

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niume.com - Russia, according to one report, is planning to colonize the moon by 2030. While this news may be speculative, alarmist, or possibly not even based in reality, we still wanted to know if moon colon...

How Could You Capture an Asteroid?

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universetoday.com - We can’t just go into space with a big butterfly net or catcher’s mitt, so how in the world could we capture an asteroid? Ah asteroids, those dinosaur-killing, Scrooge-McDuck-moneybins from heaven....

NASA's Opportunity rover has completed the...

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As It Turns Out, We Really Are All Starstuff

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universetoday.com - “The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars,” Carl Sagan famously said in his 1980 series ...

3 Planets Galaxy Large Painting

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etsy.com - This piece displays 3 planets close together in the same galaxy cloud with a small red moon. The galaxy cloud is made out of ink watercolors and the planets are acrylic paint. Sized at 15x22 $2 off...

Helluva trip: ESA, NASA preparing sun research satellites - Space News - redOrbit

redorbit.com - NASA and the ESA are hoping that a pair of satellites currently in development will solve some of the longstanding mysteries of the sun by getting up close and personal with our solar system’s host...

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