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A key finding was the amount of material deposited into the sun's atmosphere. "The comet dissolved into more than a million tons of electrically charged gas," says Pesnell. "We believe these vapors eventually mixed with the solar wind and blew

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The Russians are serious about the moon and think the U.S. should be too. Their incentive can be summed up with one word: China. Quite simply, China wants to own the moon. The Russian Federation and its space agency Roscosmos finds itself in the curi

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Scientists at the French National Centre for Scientific Research in Paris have published findings in Nature Geoscience that has challenged assumptions about the moon Titan, one of Saturn’s sixty moons and a focus of scientists because of the presence

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The Russian Federation's space program has run into hard times. A series of spectacular failures has recently been capped by the malfunction of the country's much vaunted Mars-Phobos mission, GRUNT. After failing to boost from Earth orbit, the adva

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Granted, it was quite a lot of money: around $2 billion. And the satellite’s loss would also set back the Pentagon’s efforts to revamp its communications infrastructure as battle becomes more bandwidth-intensive.

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"Let's take the Internet out of the control of terrestrial entities." This call to arms, issued by hacker activist Nick Farr, is the rallying cry behind a new plan to launch satellites into space to prevent Internet censorship. Farr, a spoke

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Imaginative (and often brave) pioneers like Richard C. Hoagland and the late astronomer Dr. Tom Van Flandern argued for decades that the lunar surface is littered with evidence of ancient extraterrestrial artifacts and structures. For the most part t

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"It's absolutely astounding," says Karl Battams of the Naval Research Lab in Washington DC. "I did not think the comet's icy core was big enough to survive plunging through the several million degree solar corona for close to an hour, but Comet

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