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space debris
European Space Agency permits four-armed robots to start clearing space debris in 2026
Statistical models created by ESA’s space debris office revealed that there are more than 36,500 objects larger than 10cm in low earth orbit. These models also revealed that there are about 1 million objects...
Giant Black holes
NASA Spots Giant Black holes About to Collide in Dwarf Galaxies
The collision of cosmic objects is one of the popular astronomical events that often occur in our observable universe. NASA astronomers recently used NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory to spot two colossal...
artificial gravity in space
Vast Acquires Rocket Engine Firm to Accelerate the Development of its first Space Habitat with Artificial gravity in space before 2030
If we must spread life across the solar system, we need advanced technologies to attain such a milestone. The International Space Station has given us the idea of living outside Earth for the first time....
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...
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