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Spectacular Northern Light arrangement illuminates Finnish sky

(Reuters) – Green, purple, pinkish and yellow lights danced opposite a sky in distinguished halo displays over northern Finland early on Friday. Travel repository ‘All About Lapland’ posted a video on amicable media of a considerable light uncover seen from ...

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Check out Cassini’s jaw-dropping discoveries of Saturn’s moons

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TITAN Scientists’ seductiveness in Titan was irritated in a early 1980s, when Voyagers 1 and 2 sent behind information divulgence a formidable chemistry in a moon’s atmosphere. Unfortunately, a twin booster were not versed to see underneath Titan’s haze. For ...

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Check out Cassini’s jaw-dropping discoveries of Saturn’s moons

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TITAN Scientists’ seductiveness in Titan was irritated in a early 1980s, when Voyagers 1 and 2 sent behind information divulgence a formidable chemistry in a moon’s atmosphere. Unfortunately, a twin booster were not versed to see underneath Titan’s haze. For ...

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An Aurora May Cross a Northern US Wednesday—Here’s How to Watch

On Monday, while a rest of us were celebrating Labor Day, a object let out a small stellar burp, that scientists kindly call a coronal mass ejection. That in and of itself isn’t that unusual: The object is a hulk ...

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Another kind of charge is entrance — from a sun

NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) booster prisoner this video of a outrageous coronal mass ejection on Monday that’s headed for Earth. NASA; video by Stephen Shankland/CNET Right between Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, another charge is entrance — yet ...

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Voyager 1, Humanity’s Farthest Spacecraft, Marks 40 Years in Space

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NASA’s Voyager 1 examine carried off on Sept. 5, 1977, a few weeks after a twin, Voyager 2. Together, the dual Voyager spacecraft achieved an epic “Grand Tour” of a solar system’s hulk planets, drifting by Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and ...

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Evidence found for mid-sized black hole nearby core of Milky Way

Credit: CC0 Public Domain (Phys.org)—A organisation of researchers with Keio University in Japan has found justification of a mid-sized black hole circuitously a core of a Milky Way galaxy. In their paper published in a biography Nature Astronomy, a organisation ...

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson Ends Record-Breaking Space Mission with Smooth Landing

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Three space travelers safely returned to Earth from a International Space Station currently (Sept. 2) as their Soyuz MS-04 booster overwhelmed down on a steppes of Kazakhstan, finale a record-shattering goal for one American crewmember. NASA’s record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson returned ...

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1 year after Falcon 9 explosion, SpaceX creates 2017 the ensign year

A Falcon 9 initial theatre upholder on a Automated Spaceport Drone Ship named Just Read a Instructions. This was a 15th upholder liberation by SpaceX. Photo Credit: SpaceX One year ago, on Sept. 1, 2016, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket ...

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Huge Asteroid ‘Florence’ Zooms Past Earth in Record-Breaking Flyby

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A mountain-size space stone cruised past Earth this morning (Sept. 1) in a record-breaking confront that has prolonged had scientists drooling. At 8:06 a.m. EDT (1206 GMT) today, a roughly 2.7-mile-wide (4.4 kilometers) asteroid 3122 Florence came within a small ...

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