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The impacts are bright enough to see through backyard telescopes on Earth. Indeed, amateur astronomers were the first to detect them, recording two fireballs in 2010 alone—one on June 3rd and another on Au

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Only a very select few in the US military know what it's for, but observers on Earth believe they're putting together the puzzle piece by piece. Several sources claim quote arms control advocates who say it's clearly the beginning of the "weapon

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Only a very select few in the US military know what it's for, but observers on Earth believe they're putting together the puzzle piece by piece. Several sources claim quote arms control advocates who say it's clearly the beginning of the "weapon

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The bugs were put on the exterior of the space station to see how they would cope in the hostile conditions that exist above the Earth's atmosphere. And when scientists inspected the microbes a year and a half later, they found many still alive.

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AP

Astronauts can become as weak as 80-year-olds after 6 months at the International Space Station, that raises serious health concerns as NASA contemplates prolonged trips to asteroids and Mars. Accelerated space aging is temporary: muscles recover aft

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A neutron star with a mighty magnetic field has thrown down the gauntlet to theories about stellar evolution and the birth of black holes. The "magnetar" lies in a cluster of stars known as Westerlund 1, located 16,000 light years away in the constel

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NASA via Space.com

On August 1, Earth orbiting satellites detected a C3-class solar flare. At about the same time, an enormous magnetic filament stretching across the sun's northern hemisphere erupted. Recorded by STEREO and SDO respectively.

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Earlier this week in an interview with Big Think, physicist Stephen Hawking warned that humans will face extinction if they do not find another planet to inhabit. In the video interview posted below Hawking says, "We are entering an increasingly

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A balloon 37 metres across would take just one year to drag a 1200-kilogram satellite from an initial orbit of 830 kilometres to an altitude low enough to burn up in the atmosphere, the Global Aerospace team calculates. Without the balloon, this woul

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"Now we know," says THEMIS project scientist David Sibeck of the Goddard Space Flight Center. "Plasma jets trigger spacequakes."

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