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Buzz Aldrin is best known as the second man to go to the moon, but the West Point graduate, Air Force pilot and MIT-trained engineer has had an incredible life beyond the Apollo 11 mission. Here are 10 fascinating facts about this quoted explorer. 1. Buzz Aldrin was honored for combat service in the Korean … Read more
A team of scientists discovered radio signals coming from the center of the Milky Way, and then they mysteriously disappeared. The ASKAP Radio Telescope in Australia conducted a study involving 2 million objects, each of which was classified by a computer and researchers. In particular, one object was not able to be classified by the … Read more
SpaceX – Starlink MissionSpaceX Updates: Watch SpaceX launch Starlink mission from Kennedy Space Center in FloridaFlorida today SpaceX launches 49 Starlink satellites into space from the coast of Florida10 Tampa Bay SpaceX is busy with the Starlink Group 4-6 launch – NASASpaceFlight.comNASASpaceflight.com See full coverage on Google News .
A massive and “potentially dangerous” asteroid is set to whiz off Earth on Tuesday, traveling at over 43,000 miles per hour. The kilometer-wide asteroid, called 1994 PC1 (7482), is approximately the length of 10 football fields. And although it is classified as dangerous because of its large size and relatively close bypass, NASA said “rest … Read more
SpaceX successfully launches a Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Transporter-3 mission | WION EdgeWION SpaceX prepares 4th Falcon 9 booster for 10th launch and landing [webcast] Teslarati SpaceX rocket launch from Cape Canaveral is scheduled for Monday nightSpaceCoastDaily.com SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket seen from space before and after epic launch of 105 satellites (images)Livescience.com See full … Read more
In addition to the solar system, out there in the wider galaxy, a very strange subgroup of exoplanets exists. They are called hot Jupiters, and they are mostly sticky – they hug so close to their host stars that they are not only intensely hot, but probably also distorted by gravity. Now, for the first … Read more
The human body did not evolve to handle life in space, and it shows in our blood. Since our species first began spending longer periods beyond our planet, scientists have noticed a strange and consistent loss of red blood cells among astronauts. The phenomenon is called ‘rumanemia’, and until recently the cause was a mystery. … Read more
A new analysis has found that space travel can lower the number of red blood cells, leading to a condition known as “rumanemia.” A collaboration between the University of Ottawa and Ottawa Hospital examined the number of red blood cells in 14 astronauts who had been in space, and found that their bodies destroyed 54% … Read more
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), currently pointing toward the sky from its home in the Nicholas U. Mayall Telescope at the Kitt Peak National Observatory in Arizona, is tasked with mapping the expansion of space, examining dark energy and creating the most detailed 3D map of the universe that has ever been put together. … Read more