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James Webb Space Telescope reveals its first images

7-12-2022 | 30

President Joe Biden has unveiled the next-generation space telescope's first deep field images of a distant galaxy cluster.

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New theory of gravity could remove need for dark matter

7-11-2022 | 14

What if we could explain the movement of stars and galaxies without relying on dark matter to fill in the gaps?

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NASA wants to send swarms of robots to swim in alien oceans

7-4-2022 | 2

The space agency is looking into the idea of sending robots to swim beneath the icy crusts of Europa and Enceladus.

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SpaceX preparing to test its Super Heavy booster stage

6-30-2022 | 0

The enormous rocket booster has been wheeled out onto the launchpad ahead of a test flight later this summer.

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Unidentified spacecraft debris spotted on surface of the Moon

6-30-2022 | 7

NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has captured an image of a mystery rocket part on the lunar surface.

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We may have to dig deep to find evidence of life on Mars

6-28-2022 | 2

A new study has suggested that evidence of ancient Martian life may only exist two meters beneath the surface.

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Mysterious balanced rock discovered on Mars

6-20-2022 | 16

NASA's Perseverance rover has photographed a small rock balanced precariously on top of a larger rock.

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Huge black hole devours equivalent of one Earth every second

6-17-2022 | 1

Astronomers have discovered the fastest-growing black hole ever seen and it's an absolute whopper.

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James Webb Space Telescope hit by tiny micrometeoroid

6-9-2022 | 3

The next-generation telescope has been hit by a tiny space rock, but there's no need to be too concerned about it.

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How can we be so sure that dark matter exists ?

6-8-2022 | 15

It's supposed to be the most common form of matter in the universe, but nobody has ever actually seen it.

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Aliens could use rogue planets as spaceships

6-6-2022 | 29

A new study has suggested that extraterrestrials could hitch a ride across the cosmos on rogue extrasolar worlds.

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First science-quality images from James Webb to be revealed soon

6-3-2022 | 6

The next-generation space telescope is almost ready to wow us with spectacular images of the cosmos.

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Astronomers discover strange, slow-rotating neutron star

6-1-2022 | 0

A neutron star with an anomalously slow rotational speed has been discovered in a stellar graveyard.

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Astronomers pick up a mysterious radio signal from an unknown source

5-31-2022 | 9

Astronomers in Australia have discovered a strange radio source and nobody knows what it could be.

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Future space pioneers could be 'flesh, blood and electronics'

5-30-2022 | 1

Astronomer Royal Martin Rees has suggested that cybernetics could facilitate humanity's future among the stars.

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What would happen if you moved at twice the speed of light ?

5-24-2022 | 24

Einstein's theory of relativity would seem to preclude the possibility, but what if it could be done ?

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Scientists succeed in growing plants in soil from the Moon

5-23-2022 | 7

The Moon may seem to be a desolate, dead place - but that doesn't mean that things can't grow in its soil under the right conditions.

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Mystery as NASA investigates anomalous Voyager 1 telemetry

5-22-2022 | 21

The long-lived space probe has been sending back some unusual data and nobody can figure out why.

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'Something weird' happening with the universe, says NASA

5-21-2022 | 8

Data from the Hubble Space Telescope has highlighted a discrepancy with regard to the expansion of the cosmos.

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NASA InSight lander is running out of power

 VIDEO  5-18-2022 | 5

The space probe, which landed in the Elysium Planitia region of Mars in 2018, is now in its final months.

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