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Scientists Discover How Far Antimatter Could Travel Through the Milky Way Galaxy Using Large Hadron Collider
Antimatter traveling from a distance could be difficult to find as it is more likely to be destroyed when it meets regular matter. The more distance it covers across space, the higher its chances of getting...
Artemis 1 mission
NASA Completes the Artemis 1 Mission with Orion Capsule Splashdown Recording a Groundbreaking Success
On December 11 at 12:40 pm EST, NASA’s Orion Spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean, west of Baja California, after completing Artemis 1 mission which lasted for 25 days, 10 hours, and 53...
Japanese billionaire reveals the 8 artists that will fly to the moon with him on SpaceX's Starship dearMoon Mission in 2023
After years of waiting, SpaceX is approaching its dearMoon space flight aboard its Starship in 2023. The dearMoon Project was first unveiled in September 2018 as a space mission that will carry Yusaku...
Nuclear Fusion
We Could travel out of the Solar System in our lifetime using this Nuclear Fusion Powered Rocket
Our desire to advance space exploration and travel outside the solar system might be closer than you could ever imagine. A press statement released by Interesting Engineering reveals that UK-based rocket...
is the earth round
Is the Earth Round or Flat? The Earth is Round, Case Closed, Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains
Since the existence of humans on Earth, people have been wondering about the actual shape of Earth that protects and provides us with every basic need to sustain life. Ancient astronomers and modern astronomers...
Artemis 1
NASA's Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft leaves the moon's orbit and head toward Earth
After NASA’s Artemis 1 Orion Spacecraft successfully accomplished its mission around the moon’s orbit, it ignited a lunar departure burn on December 1 to commence its journey back to earth. How will the...
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