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This will pass through the earth on 25th December 2020

According to NASA’s Center for the Study of Near Earth Objects, three asteroids classified as “potentially dangerous” will pass our…

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Scientists in search of alien life are investigating mysterious radio signal

Astronomers researching extraterrestrial life have discovered an intriguing radio signal that appears to come from Proxima Centauri, the star closest…

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Next robot jeep to Mars has a name: “Perseverance”

The next robot jeep that NASA will send to Mars will be named Perseverance. The American space agency NASA announced…

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NASA: no trace of a ‘crashed’ lunar lander

A satellite flying by took pictures of the south side of the moon, where earlier this month an Indian lunar…

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This is what sunrise and sunset on Mars looks like [Photos]

The Marslander InSight of the American space organization NASA has sent images to Earth of a sunrise and a sunset…

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Global

The feud continues: Elon Musk lashes out at rival Jeff Bezos again

It has been clear for some time that Elon Musk of SpaceX and Jeff Bezos of Blue Origin are not…

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NASA is looking for people who want to pretend to live on Mars for a year

Interesting news for space enthusiasts: NASA will send some paid volunteers to ‘Mars on Earth’ for a year. It is…

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Technology

Ingenuity helicopter milestone: flown over 1.6 kilometers over Mars

The Mars helicopter Ingenuity has reached a new milestone. The helicopter has flown more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) over…

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Mars helicopter completes hardest and longest flight to date

NASA’s Mars helicopter ‘Ingenuity’ has successfully completed its ninth flight. It was the longest and riskiest flight to date, as…

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How do astronauts wash? First laundry detergent in space

Astronauts face a small problem during space missions: they can’t wash their clothes. NASA now wants to change that. The…

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Why NASA is sending baby octopuses to the ISS

NASA is sending more than 100 baby octopuses and 5,000 microscopic animals to the International Space Station today.

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Drinking water system in space station ISS shut down after suspected leak

In the International Space Station, a system for drinking water has been switched off, the US space agency NASA announced…

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