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The Milky Way's black hole kicked a star out of our galaxy

An artist's impression of the Milky Way's large black hole that casts a star from the center of the galaxy. Jack-o & # 39; lantern Nebula is on the edge of the Milky Way. Radiation from the massive star in the middle created scary gaps in the nebula that make it look like a carved pumpkin. This new NASA / …

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Nile River formed millions of years earlier than imagined, study suggests

For thousands of years, the Nile has fertilized valleys along its winding road through northeastern Africa, rooted in ancient civilizations and still serves as an important route for transportation and irrigation today. However, the age of its valuable water, which extends over 4,200 miles (6,800 kilometers), has been discussed, with a group of experts claiming that the river was born …

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Video: SpaceX launches 60 Starlink high-speed satellites in orbit

SpaceX launched 60 of its Starlink satellites into space on Monday. The satellites were transported into space by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Starlink is SpaceX's ambitious project to station a network of nearly 12,000 satellites above the earth to provide remote parts of the world with fast internet. Visit Business Insider's website for more stories. Elon Musk is one …

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SDO captured Mercury transit from space | space

Wow! Check out these space-based views of Mercury transit from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. <! – -> NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) had a ringing place on Monday, November 11, 2019, when Mercury crossed the sun's face during the last transit of Mercury until 2032. The video above shows SDO's view of the sun – during transit hours – at …

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Research sheds new light on the earthquake that killed 9,000 people

UC Riverside seismologist Abhijit Ghosh on his mission to study the Main Himalayan Thrust, responsible for the 2015 deadly Ghorka earthquake in Nepal. Credit: UCR A new understanding of a fault that caused a lethal earthquake of magnitude 7.8 can help researchers better understand where and when the next big one will hit. For decades, researchers have been discussing the …

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The International Space Station can get a new life loan – BGR

The International Space Station has been around for a long time so it is easy to forget that it has a finite life. The massive circuit laboratory has been flying for over two decades now and it has been inhabited for over 19 years. Keeping it going is a massive effort, and it's not cheap. When the space station survives …

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If I touched the moon, how would it feel?

Twelve people have walked the moon since people landed there 50 years ago, but no one has ever directly touched the surface. These astronauts wore their space suits off the lander. No one took off a glove or luggage while standing on the moon. "Once we got in and took off our suits and gloves, we had some moon dust …

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