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SPACE EXPLORATION

Apollo Mission Uncovered a Hollow Moon

In 1969, NASA launched the Apollo 12 lunar landing mission, which set out to gather information about the Moon’s interior structure. Seismometers were placed at the landing site, and the Lunar Module’s ascent stage was later crashed into the Moon’s … Continue reading

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Space Junk Threatens Human Spacecraft

Space Debris and Human Spacecraft From: NASA Website More than 27,000 pieces of orbital debris, or “space junk,” are tracked by the Department of Defense’s global Space Surveillance Network (SSN) sensors. Much more debris — too small to be tracked, … Continue reading

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Ancient Aliens: The Origin of the Moon

There are a number of mysteries associated with the Moon that suggest it is not a natural satellite of the Earth. Did an advanced extraterrestrial civilization engineer the Moon and put it into orbit around the Earth? Source: History Video

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Extrasolar Object Interceptor Would Investigate Interstellar Objects in Our Solar System

What if we had the ability to chase down interstellar objects passing through our Solar System, like Oumuamua or Comet Borisov? Such a spacecraft would need to be ready to go at a moment’s notice, with the capacity to increase … Continue reading

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Simulation Shows That a Giant Asteroid Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb

The science fiction movies may be too optimistic. Giant Asteroid on Collision Course with Earth Could Not Be Stopped by a Nuclear Bomb, NASA Simulation Shows by Virgilio Marin | Natural News An asteroid simulation exercise led by the National … Continue reading

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NASA Planning a New Interstellar Spacecraft

Probing Deep Space With a New Interstellar Spacecraft by European Geosciences Union | SciTechDaily When the four-decades-old Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 spacecraft entered interstellar space in 2012 and 2018, respectively, scientists celebrated. These plucky spacecraft had already traveled 120 … Continue reading

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The VASIMR Rocket Engine: To Mars in 39 Days

The VASIMR plasma rocket engine is capable of propelling a spacecraft to Mars in about 39 days. This advanced space propulsion system has been developed by the Ad Astra Rocket Company (AARC) headed by former NASA astronaut Dr. Franklin Chang … Continue reading

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NASA Considering Construction of Radio Telescope on Far Side of the Moon

Researchers are pinning their hopes on the telescope to study the very onset of the universe without the process being disturbed by radio interference from Earth. The Lunar Crater Radio Telescope, to be planted on the moon’s far side, would … Continue reading

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Virgin Galactic Unveils New Suborbital Spaceplane

Virgin Galactic has revealed its latest suborbital spaceplane, a vehicle that looks similar to its existing SpaceShipTwo but incorporates significant structural improvements. The vehicle, built at Virgin Galactic’s facility in Mojave, California, is ready for ground tests there, with a … Continue reading

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What Is the Alcubierre Warp Drive?

The original Star Trek series introduced the concept of the “warp drive” for faster-than-light interstellar travel. Then, in 1994, a physicist by the name of Miguel Alcubierre proposed a solution of Einstein’s general relativity field equations that might, in theory, … Continue reading

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Solving the Puzzling Mystery of the Moons of Mars

Mars’s two moons, Phobos and Deimos, have puzzled researchers since their discovery in 1877. They are very small: Phobos’s diameter of 22 kilometers is 160 times smaller than that of our Moon, and Deimos is even smaller, with a diameter … Continue reading

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New Warp Drive Solutions for Faster-Than-Light Travel

If travel to distant stars within an individual’s lifetime is going to be possible, a means of faster-than-light propulsion will have to be found. To date, even recent research about superluminal (faster-than-light) transport based on Einstein’s theory of general relativity … Continue reading

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Hubble Space Telescope Captures Immense Galaxy That Stretches 200,000 Light-Years Across

NGC 2336 is the quintessential galaxy — big, beautiful and blue — and it was captured in an image by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The barred spiral galaxy stretches an immense 200,000 light-years across and is located approximately 100 … Continue reading

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New Theory Concerning the Comet That Killed the Dinosaurs

The Comet That Killed the Dinosaurs: New Theory on Origin of the Chicxulub Impactor by Harvard University | SciTechDaily It was tens of miles wide and forever changed history when it crashed into Earth about 66 million years ago. The … Continue reading

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The Most Distant Object Ever Observed in Our Solar System

A team of astronomers has confirmed the discovery of a planetoid that is almost four times farther from the Sun than Pluto, making it the most distant object ever observed in our solar system. The planetoid, which has been nicknamed … Continue reading

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