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Survive Venus
NASA Plans to Send a Lander that can Survive Venus' Crushing Atmosphere to the hellish Planet
Sending landers to Venus has been one of the major challenges experienced by space agencies in the past. While NASA has successfully sent several rovers to Mars, the American Space Agency has also sent...
Supermassive black hole
Astronomers Spots a Runaway Supermassive black hole the size of 20 million suns speeding through space with a trail of newborn stars behind it
The Universe never ceases to amaze our scientists with its uniqueness and the movement of cosmic objects within it. Astronomers recently discovered a runaway supermassive black hole racing through space...
Three Galaxies
The Hubble Space Telescope Discovers three galaxies about to collide
Hubble Space Telescope recently captures a stunning image of three galaxies heading for a collision course. Unlike other galactic collisions which are common in the universe, this particular collision...
Hydroponics method
This new hydroponics method could allow astronauts to farm on the moon
As Space agencies look forward to establishing a long-term human presence on the moon, they need to figure out how to sustain the lunar explorers with abundant fresh food without having to send food supplies...
asteroid sar 2667
An 18-year-old Student Finds space rock from the fireball of Asteroid SAR 2667 Crash over Europe in France
Space rocks have been making their way into our home planet on various occasions. On February 12, at around 10 pm EST (0300 GMT, February 13), a space rock burned up through Earth’s atmosphere and makes...
Distant galaxies
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope Discovers Gigantic Distant Galaxies that should not exist
NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope just spotted distant galaxies nearly as big as the Milky Way and full of mature red stars. The sophisticated space telescope captures this fascinating region of the Universe...
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