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Two probes arrive at Mars mere hours apart
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 2-11-2021 | 14 comments
Space probes sent by China and the United Arab Emirates have both entered into orbit around Mars.




99th element 'Einsteinium' reveals its secrets
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 2-4-2021 | 1 comment
Scientists have made new discoveries about a mysterious element that is named after Albert Einstein.




The bizarre 'UFO patents' of Dr Salvatore Pais
Category: The UFO Phenomenon | Posted on 1-27-2021 | 4 comments
Over the years, the US Navy has invested large sums into the development of several 'out there' technologies.




'Oumuamua could be a cosmic 'dust bunny'
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 9-10-2020 | 2 comments
The cigar-shaped interstellar visitor has remained a topic of heated debate among scientists for several years.




Where did the Earth get all of its water from ?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-28-2020 | 6 comments
A new study has cast doubt on the prevailing theory of how our planet came to possess so much water.




'Oumuamua: not a hydrogen iceberg after all?
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 8-20-2020 | 12 comments
One of the foremost explanations for the nature and origin of the interstellar visitor has been cast into doubt.




World's largest fusion project begins assembly
Category: Science & Technology | Posted on 7-29-2020 | 36 comments
The ambitious $23. 5 billion endeavour aims to harness nuclear fusion as a source of limitless clean energy.




Giant radio telescope sets date for ET hunt
Category: Extraterrestrial | Posted on 6-2-2020 | 8 comments
China has announced when its 500-meter FAST telescope will begin searching for intelligent alien life.




Mystery radio burst picked up in our own galaxy
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 5-5-2020 | 4 comments
For the first time, astronomers have picked up a fast radio burst within the confines of the Milky Way.




Astronaut pee could help to build Moon base
Category: Space & Astronomy | Posted on 3-31-2020 | 11 comments
The urine of the first lunar settlers could be used as a construction material to help build new structures.

 
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