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NASA’s Insight Mars Lander Has Just ‘Few Months’ Left Before Contact is Lost Forever

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NASA's Marsquake-seeking lander squeezes out as much science as possible amid waning power stores, but it likely only has a few months left for its mission. The Mars lander InSight is combatting...

Boeing’s Starliner Rolls Onto Launch Pad on Atlas V Rocket Ready For Crucial Test...

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Boeing's Starliner spacecraft have successfully rolled out to its Florida liftoff pad before Wednesday, setting the phase for an important test flight for NASA this week. The Starliner spacecraft, seated atop an...

NASA Engineers Aim to Solve Voyager 1 Mystery

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When the Voyager 1 spacecraft proceeds to return science data and otherwise operate as ordinary, the mission team is looking for the source of a system data problem. The engineering team with...

What a Week for SpaceX: 53 Starlink Satellites Launched and Returned Safely at Sea

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A SpaceX rocket initiated a new line of Starlink internet satellites into orbit and returned to Earth for a great landing at sea before Wednesday. The two-stage Falcon 9 rocket crowned with...

Meet the Drone That Can Transition From Underwater to Flight in Less Than a...

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Traditionally robots have been purpose-built to conduct a single, very particular task. Still, researchers from Beihang University are putting up with a much different approach with a new automated drone that...

Researchers Think They’d Solved an Age Old Mystery as to Why Octopus’ Enter a...

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Recent research discovers extraordinary similarities in steroid hormone biology across cephalopods, mice, and humans that can have terrible consequences when disrupted. Octopuses often undergo a tragic death despite their remarkable intelligence and...

How Collision Strips of Dark Matter in the Universe’s Early Beginnings Led to the...

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The first galaxies of the Universe are thought to have formed at the sites where a lot of dark matter gathered, leading to the gravitational pull to pull in enough ordinary...

How Astronauts May One Day Drink Water From Ancient Moon Volcanoes

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Roughly a billion years ago, volcanic eruptions showed up on the moon and blanketed hundreds of thousands of square miles of the orb's surface in boiling lava. Over the years, that...

New Hubble Space Telescope Image Reveals Astonishing ‘River’ of Stars Formation

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The recently studied NASA Hubble Space Telescope image of the Hickson Compact Group 31 (HCG 31) of galaxies showcases the streams of star formation as four small galaxies interact with each...

New Research Unveils the Exciting Ways in Which Galaxies Organize Themselves in the Universe

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The mysteries of the universe continue to fascinate scientists worldwide, and one of the most significant controversies over the years has been the placement of galaxies around the cosmos. Although existing...

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