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What was it? Early morning SpaceX launches scares, leaks …

MIAMI – Former rising South Florida residents looked up at dawn on Friday and saw what was thought of as a UFO. PHOTOS: UFO's? No, just a SpaceX launch across South Florida Local 10 was overwhelmed with conversations and emails about the strange object seen over most Miami-Dade and Broward. Some asked if the end of the world was close …

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Find space on earth on the ultimate extraterrestrial road trip

W With Richard Branson, he claims he is "tantalizingly close" to put passengers in space and Elon Musk racing Boeing when Mars, space travel is back on the agenda and I get a taste of what Nasa calls multi -axel coach, or mat. This intestinal drive for wild astronauts is guaranteed to put the head in a spin. Upside down, …

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NASA uses the ground as a laboratory to study distant worlds

These images show the sunlit side of the earth in 10 different wavelengths of light falling within infrared, visible and ultraviolet areas. The pictures are representative colors, because not all of these wavelengths are visible to the human eye. Each wavelength highlights different features on the planet – for example, Africa's continent is visible in the lower right-hand picture, but …

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Wisconsin Yerkes Observatory Stargazing through the world's largest breaking telescope

A conversation with Dan Keohler, Head of Tours and Programs at the Historic Yerkes Observatory in Williams Bay, Wisconsin Join Dan Koehler, Head of Tours and Programs at Yerkes Observatory. The 40th-century telescope is the world's largest building. Incredible Yerkes Observatory's stunning Gothic Romanesque architectural meaningful structure and telescope opened the first time in 1897. Originally funded and run by …

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Einstein's 100-year theory reinforced by New Discovery

New findings from researchers at the Department of Energy Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) have supported a theory proposed by Albert Einstein in 1911, which explains how heat is moving through solids. In a study published in the journal Science the researchers examined a class of materials called thermal insulators, which prevent heat transfer – a basic natural process. "We …

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Watertown Daily Times | It's a comet! No, it's an asteroid! No, it's a strange space ship! (It's actually a comet.)

A mysterious strange elongated object that stretches through our solar system is probably a comet. It is the conclusion of astronomers who used the Hubble Space Telescope and 27 ground-based telescopes to review the interstellar visitor, which was first discovered on October 19th. It is the first object ever seen as originating from our planet area. Their new report, published …

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The coldest point on earth is more like a strange planet than our own

Using the power of satellite, scientists have found the coolest point on the planet, more like somewhere from a planet other than our own. Antarctica is not mentioned as the "frozen continent" for nothing, as its first explorer discovered at the end of last century. But how cold it could go could not have understood until the satellite age and …

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