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NASA InSight: Space agency names Mars rock after Rolling Stones

NASA InSight: Space agency names Mars rock after Rolling Stones

56 minutes ago   |   Daily Express

NASA has honoured The Rolling Stones by naming a rock on Mars after the veteran rockers, the US space agency has announced.
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Record Amazon rainforest fires spark row between Brazil and France

1 hour ago   |   New Scientist

The Brazilian space agency, INPE, this week reported more than 75,000 fires across the Brazilian part of the world's greatest rainforest, up 84 per cent on last year
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NASA news: ‘Surprising' study finds exoplanets could boast ‘abundant' alien life

NASA news: ‘Surprising' study finds exoplanets could boast ‘abundant' alien life

3 hours ago   |   Daily Express

NASA data has “surprisingly” shown some exoplanets in deep space could host an even more abundant array of alien life than Earth.
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Spacewatch: India's moon mission arrives in lunar orbit

6 hours ago   |   The Guardian

If Chandrayaan-2 is successful, it will make India the fourth country to reach the moon's surface India's moon mission, Chandrayaan-2 , has arrived in lunar orbit. The...
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Space: No, these are not watercolour paintings but beautiful pictures of Earth from space

Space: No, these are not watercolour paintings but beautiful pictures of Earth from space

14 hours ago   |   Daily Express

INTERNATIONAL Space Station astronaut Luca Parmitano snapped these dreamy pictures of our Earth that look like watercolour paintings.
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Radio signals from space: Astronomers investigate new radio bursts from a bizarre star

Radio signals from space: Astronomers investigate new radio bursts from a bizarre star

14 hours ago   |   Daily Express

MYSTERIOUS radio signals from a distant source have lead astronomers on a wild chase to a bizarre star pulsing with a powerful magnetic field.
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Five more Delta 4-Heavy flights in ULA backlog after final “single stick” launch

Five more Delta 4-Heavy flights in ULA backlog after final “single stick” launch

17 hours ago   |   Spaceflight Now   |   2 articles

A Delta 4 rocket took off from Cape Canaveral at 9:06 a.m. EDT Thursday with a GPS navigation satellite. Credit: United Launch Alliance The last Delta 4 launcher to fly in a...
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Amazon rainforest fires: Why NASA fears new wildfires will 'accelerate warming' of climate

Amazon rainforest fires: Why NASA fears new wildfires will 'accelerate warming' of climate

18 hours ago   |   Daily Express

RAINFOREST fires in the Amazon have reached record levels, officials have claimed, as space agency NASA warns of forest fires accelerating the effects of climate change.
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Amazon rainforest fires: Terrifying NASA satellite images reveal Brazil is on fire

Amazon rainforest fires: Terrifying NASA satellite images reveal Brazil is on fire

19 hours ago   |   Daily Express

SMOKE and heat from the Amazon rainforest fires are visible from space in these detailed satellite images shared by space agency NASA.
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Delta 4 launch seen from press viewing site

Delta 4 launch seen from press viewing site

19 hours ago   |   Spaceflight Now

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Dog ownership is linked to better heart health, says science

Dog ownership is linked to better heart health, says science

Want to live longer and be healthier? Get a dog Dogs have a habit of winning hearts, but scientists say they can also help keep them healthy. New research suggests that owning... Read more ...

Photos: Final “single stick” Delta 4 rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral

Photos: Final “single stick” Delta 4 rocket lifts off from Cape Canaveral

The last Delta 4-Medium rocket lifted off from Cape Canaveral Thursday with a GPS navigation satellite for the U.S. Air Force. The 207-foot-tall rocket launched from pad 37 at... Read more ...

Earthquake warning: Fracking suspended in Lancashire after biggest...

Earthquake warning: Fracking suspended in Lancashire after biggest earthquake yet

FRACKING has been halted at the UK's only shale gas exploration site after the Cuadrilla operation reportedly triggered the largest earthquake caused by the practice to date. Read more ...

Technology committee wants new petrol and diesel car banned by 2035

Technology committee wants new petrol and diesel car banned by 2035

The Science and Technology Committee said personal vehicle ownership was 'not compatible' with meeting clean-air targets and the government should aim to reduce vehicle use. Read more ...

International Space Station: Russia sends first humanoid 'Fedor' robot into...

International Space Station: Russia sends first humanoid 'Fedor' robot into space

RUSSIA today launched a life-size humanoid robot to the International Space Station . Read more ...

Elon Musk: SpaceX CEO reveals plan to create artificial suns and drop nukes...

Elon Musk: SpaceX CEO reveals plan to create artificial suns and drop nukes on Mars

ELON Musk hopes to drop nuclear bombs on Mars in order to terraform it and make it more habitable for humans, he claimed in a series of tweets. Read more ...

NASA InSight: Space agency names Mars rock after Rolling Stones

NASA InSight: Space agency names Mars rock after Rolling Stones

NASA has honoured The Rolling Stones by naming a rock on Mars after the veteran rockers, the US space agency has announced. Read more ...

Quantum teleportation breakthrough: Next-generation internet now a step closer

Quantum teleportation breakthrough: Next-generation internet now a step closer

QUANTUM TELEPORTATION has made a leap forward in complexity, after scientists successfully teleported three dimensional information for the first time Read more ...

Titanic doomed: Divers discover ‘shocking' shipwreck state - video shows...

Titanic doomed: Divers discover ‘shocking' shipwreck state - video shows crumbling giant

THE Titanic is in a “shocking” state, according to deep-sea divers who have visited the shipwreck for the first time in 15 years. Read more ...

NASA news: ‘Surprising' study finds exoplanets could boast ‘abundant' alien life

NASA news: ‘Surprising' study finds exoplanets could boast ‘abundant' alien life

NASA data has “surprisingly” shown some exoplanets in deep space could host an even more abundant array of alien life than Earth. Read more ...