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Sydneysiders are stunned by bright light rays across the horizon

SYDNEYSIDERS remained dazzled after a giant meteor blasted over the sky last night. The meteor flew across New South Wales at 6.30pm last night, but lasted only a few seconds. Rated social media users described a light white ball with a blue and green tail, with a part saying they saw it turn from light orange to green. Only discovered …

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NASA says Terraforming Mars is not possible

Space agencies and private companies are planning to send people to Mars in the next few years and finally colonize it. We already know that it is not easy for humans to survive on Mars for a long time because of its extremely cold, dry and unpleasant conditions. Nevertheless, preparations are under way for such a manned mission and companies …

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3D-printed homes can accommodate future astronauts to Mars

by Karina Mazhukhina / KOMONews.com A 3D-printed house resembling a beehive will one day serve as a room and board for future astronauts who explore Mars. (Photo: AI SpaceFactory / Plompmozes) New York – A 3D-printed house resembling a hive, will one day serve as a space and board for future astronauts exploring Mars. Coined Marsha Project, The Vertical Residence …

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3D-printed homes can accommodate future astronauts to Mars

by Karina Mazhukhina / KOMONews.com A 3D-printed house resembling a beehive will one day serve as a room and board for future astronauts who explore Mars. (Photo: AI SpaceFactory / Plompmozes) New York – A 3D-printed house resembling a hive, will one day serve as a space and board for future astronauts exploring Mars. Coined Marsha Project, The Vertical Residence …

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NASA's Mars habitat contest yields some odd-looking dwellings

Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE When astronauts head to Mars in the 2030s, they will need a comfy place to stay – and now we have an idea of ​​what their remote home might look like. NASA last week announced five winning teams in the latest stage of its ongoing competition to design a habitat for Mars, and the super-realistic …

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NASA satellite shows moon eclipse as seen from Mercury

Moon is seen during a lunar eclipse over Cairo, Egypt on July 27, 2018. REUTERS / Amr Abdallah Dalsh On the night of July 27 and early morning hours on July 28, heavenly wonders were treated over the eastern hemisphere to the longest eclipse of the 21st century. A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, the earth and the moon …

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NASA Releases Blueprint for DIY Curiosity Rover

Like becoming a Disney animator, a CIA spy or starting a billionaire, I imagine working on NASA is a dream that many have, but achieve. Thanks to Jet Propulsion Laboratory, you do not need to update your resume or sweat through interview questions for a chance to build a space rover. Students, hobbyists and enthusiasts are invited to design their …

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New research shines on the most ancient Igneous Meteorite ever discovered

The igneous meterorite, known as NWA 11119, was discovered hidden in a sand dune in Mauritania and was formed at the beginning of the solar system. Researchers have gradually combined the formation of the solar system as they thought occurred about 4.6 billion years ago, and the latest discovery of the oldest dumb meteorite that has ever been restored has …

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ESA releases Incredible photo of an asteroid grain from the famous Itokawa Space Rock

Here's how asteroid dust looks below the microscope. In Japan, Japan Space Exploration Agency (JAXA) launched the 2003 Hayabusa Spacecraft, the world's first quest for asteroid recovery. The target – a nearby space rock called 25143 Itokawa, classified as a near-earth object and a potentially dangerous asteroid. This exciting asteroid has been fascinating scientists for almost two decades now. Aside …

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