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11 January, 2017

Israeli Astronomers Introduce Novel Moonlet Theory Which Claims Moon to be Triggered by 20 Moonlets

Israeli Astronomers Introduce Novel Moonlet Theory Which Claims Moon to be Triggered by 20 Moonlets
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Moon is the only and most noticeable natural satellite of the Earth, and since millennia, we have kept on believing on this statement. But do you know, once upon a time, Earth used to have nearly two dozen moonlet, by the merge of which, the moon has built up. Well, this new revolutionary theory has
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10 January, 2017

Enormous Spitballs Are Being Fired from Milkyway’s Black Hole, Which Can Cuts Stars into 100 Million Jupiter

Enormous Spitballs Are Being Fired from Milkyway’s Black Hole, Which Can Cuts Stars into 100 Million Jupiter
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Black holes, their existence, and their configuration have always been a great source of an enigma for worldwide astronomers and to boost up this mystery more, scientists have discovered a new theory that can revolutionize the existing theories related to black holes. As per the astronomers, the core of every galaxy has a supermassive black
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9 January, 2017

NASA Reports Solar Storms Can Dissolve and Vaporize Soil of Moon near Lunar Poles

NASA Reports Solar Storms Can Dissolve and Vaporize Soil of Moon near Lunar Poles
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A new study conducted by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has come up with some fascinating possibilities about the mysterious solar system and celestial bodies. New research published in journal Icarus, advocates that the lunar poles can experience sparks and tiny lightning thumps that possibly will thaw out soil close to lunar poles.
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9 January, 2017

China to Put Up World’s Highest-Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescope in Tibet By 2021   

China to Put Up World’s Highest-Altitude Gravitational Wave Telescope in Tibet By 2021   
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China is soon to add a new celebrated folio to its existing space exploration missions, as the country is gearing up for introducing sky-high altitude gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet. According to the announcement made by an official of National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, The soon-to-be-employed altitude telescopes will be world’s
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9 January, 2017

Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Pushed To 14th January, Due To Unsuitable Climate

Falcon 9 Rocket Launch Pushed To 14th January, Due To Unsuitable Climate
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It seems destiny is not supportive to the launch of SpaceX’s much-anticipated rocket, Falcon 9. The rocket which is skipping its launch event because of multiple unexpected reasons once again postponed because of the bad weather. The launch of Flacon 9, which was slated for 8th January alongside 10 next-generation communications satellites, has again pushed
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9 January, 2017

Duo of Spacewalking Astronauts Victoriously Upgrade ISS’s Power System with New Batteries

Duo of Spacewalking Astronauts Victoriously Upgrade ISS’s Power System with New Batteries
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The duo of onboard cosmonauts of Expedition 50, successfully upgraded the power system of International Space Station (ISS) during their momentous venture outside of the station. The spacewalking, which commenced on 6th January 2017, at 7.23 am EST by Shane Kimbrough and Peggy Whitson, ended up upgrading the battery section of the station. Friday, the
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9 January, 2017

NASA’s Telescope Spot Two Monstrous Black Holes Hidden in Blankets of Astral Gases And Dust

NASA’s Telescope Spot Two Monstrous Black Holes Hidden in Blankets of Astral Gases And Dust
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An international team of scientists, using the telescopic data provided by one of NASA’s satellites has discovered two monstrous ‘black holes’ in the space. The American space agency has named the new black holes as ‘NGC 1448’ and ‘IC 3639’. As reported by the scientists, the supermassive black holes are positioned at the core of
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6 January, 2017

NASA commemorates 13th birthday of its Mars Rover ‘Spirit’

NASA commemorates 13th birthday of its Mars Rover ‘Spirit’
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Exactly 13 years ago, on the very same day, NASA’s historic Mars Rover ‘Spirit’ successfully landed on the surface of the Red Planet, in order to carry out some exceptional researches and, on 3rd January 2017, the US-based space agency celebrated its 13th Anniversary to remember its contribution to the Mars exploration missions. 13 years
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6 January, 2017

US Astronaut Peggy Whitson to Embark New Landmark Today With Spacewalk

US Astronaut Peggy Whitson to Embark New Landmark Today With Spacewalk
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US Cosmonaut Peggy Annette Whitson or Peggy Whitson is about to break another space record by taking spacewalk on 6th January morning. At the age of 56, when she took off from the land for the International Space Station (ISS), back in November 2016, she created the record for being the oldest-ever woman to be in
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6 January, 2017

NASA allots imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer Spacecraft to cover its Astrophysics Missions

NASA allots imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer Spacecraft to cover its Astrophysics Missions
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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is all set to carry out its new Astrophysics Missions and has selected Imaging X-Ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE) Spacecraft to cover all of the studies and observations involved in the mission. As announced by the US-based agency on 3rd January 2017, NASA has appointed an X-ray astronomy spaceship
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