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Watch an international crew of astronauts launch to the space station today

watch an international crew of astronauts launch to the space station today
This morning, a trio of astronauts will make their way to the International Space Station, launching on top of a Russian Soyuz rocket from Kazakhstan. The newcomers will join the three astronauts..
The Verge

Mammoth Antarctic iceberg is on the move, while the ice shelf it left behind grieves its loss

The Delaware-sized iceberg that calved off the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica sometime between July 10 and July 12 is drifting farther from its former home, while breaking into smaller..

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News video: Soyuz Prepares to Take Crew to Space Station

Soyuz Prepares to Take Crew to Space Station 13:49

The Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft and its Soyuz booster rolled to the launch site at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Wednesday, July 26, in preparation for Friday morning’s launch to the..
Source: Storyful Studio -

News video: 60-year-old Italian astronaut: “He’s in great condition!”

60-year-old Italian astronaut: “He’s in great condition!” 01:22

Euronews’ Judith Prescott spoke to our space correspondent Jeremy Wilks about the mission by 60-year-old Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli to the International Space Station. Judith Prescott, Euronews:..
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News video: ESA Video Shows Growth of Crack That Created Giant Antarctic Iceberg

ESA Video Shows Growth of Crack That Created Giant Antarctic Iceberg 01:39

A giant ice sheet that scientists had been monitoring for years has finally broken off from Antarctica, creating a Delaware-sized iceberg in the Southern Ocean. The 6,000 sq km block..
Source: Rumble -

News video: Double launch! Soyuz rocket carrying 2 Galileo satellites lifts off

Double launch! Soyuz rocket carrying 2 Galileo satellites lifts off 00:50

A Soyuz rocket launches Galileo navigation satellites into space from a launch complex in French Guinea. The mission is being performed by the European Space Agency. COURTESY: RT's RUPTLY video..
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News video: Mars' Toxic Surface May Stop Humans From Moving There

Mars' Toxic Surface May Stop Humans From Moving There 01:05

Humans are trying their best to colonize Mars, but there are still a lot of uncertainties — like whether we could survive on the planet's surface.
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Fur is the New Black: New Video Campaign Spoofs Netflix Series to Raise Awareness to the Sad Reality of Puppy Mills

Findster and The Puppy Mill Project are teaming up to #EndPuppyMills, in order to spread the word and help stop this horrible - but legal - practice. Watch the video:..

Poland is about to launch a fake Mars colony on a hilltop

poland is about to launch a fake mars colony on a hilltop
· *A group affiliated with the United Nations is launching a fake Mars and moon colony.* · *Called M.A.R.S., the faux habitat is located in the remote countryside of southern Poland.* · *Six..
Business Insider

Antarctica is shedding a colossal iceberg that could fill Lake Michigan

antarctica is shedding a colossal iceberg that could fill lake michigan
· *Antarctica is about to lose a very large iceberg that could calve "within days" or hours.* · *New satellite data shows that when it breaks off, the iceberg will rival the volume of Lake..
Business Insider

How West Antarctica ice sheet changed over 11,000 years

On the same day that the European Space Agency announced the Larsen C ice shelf is on the brink of calving — with only a 5-kilometer (3 miles) stretch holding a 200-kilometer long chunk of ice from..
Raw Story

Impending Antarctic iceberg is the size of Delaware, and extends 700 feet below the surface

Any way you look at it, we're about to witness the birth of one massive iceberg. Researchers with the European Space Agency (ESA) have taken more detailed measurements of the massive iceberg set to..

SafeSky - Modular Multi-sensor Counter-UAV System Protected Football Stadium in Gdynia Against Drones during UEFA EURO U21 Football Matches 16-30 June 2017

SafeSky, being a modular, scalable and affordable multi-sensor counter-UAV system with true dome/umbrella like protection, has been deployed to protect UEFA EURO U21 football stadium in Gdynia against..

NASA concept video shows how we might save Earth from rogue asteroids

We've seen those blockbuster movies in which scientists lay out plans to save Earth from an incoming asteroid, it's always complicated, risky, and dependent on a bit of luck. But what would really..

ESA throws its weight behind satellite-based 5G internet

esa throws its weight behind satellite-based 5g internet
The European Space Agency has joined forces with 16 European space companies to demonstrate and champion satellite-based 5G internet. They're calling their new initiative "Satellite for 5G," and they..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

ESA’s search for Earth’s ‘twin’ starts in 2026

The European Space Agency (ESA) announced today that it is officially adopting the PLATO mission. PLATO, which stands for PLAnetary Transits and Oscillations of stars, is a planet-hunting project that..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Second Tim Peake space flight under threat on cost

European Space Agency wants UK to significantly step up its €14m-a-year contribution

A giant crack in Antarctic ice is 'days or weeks' from breaking off a Delaware-sized iceberg

a giant crack in antarctic ice is 'days or weeks' from breaking off a delaware-sized iceberg
· *A giant crack in one of Antarctica's largest ice shelf** is about to break off a Delaware-sized block of ice.* · *The crack in the ice shelf, called Larsen C, has forked toward the Southern Ocean..
Business Insider

Picone Advisory Group Facilitates Funding For ELSE Nanosats

Picone Advisory Group facilitates agreement between Swiss startup ELSE and mobile satellite service operator Thuraya to expand satellite services through the AstroCast satellite..

Doomed Mars lander wasn't equipped for supersonic conditions

Last October, the European Space Agency (ESA) lost contact with the ExoMars Schiaparelli lander as it descended to Mars' surface. A few days later, the NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Crash report: Confused by spin, Mars probe failed to brake

The report commissioned by the European Space Agency says the sudden spin — lasting only one second — overloaded the probe's sensors, making it think it had already reached the ground. ESA's..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

ESA Looking For Life on Mars

Exploration of Mars has not proceeded without setbacks, but that did not discourage scientists trying to find the answer to one of the crucial questions - has the red planet ever sustained life? If the..
VOA News

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