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This is what a meteor looks like from space

You can see a lot of amazing things from space.  Astronauts on the International Space Station have spotted auroras dancing above Earth, menacing thunderstorms, destructive hurricanes, and just..
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Alien life may have had billions of years to brew inside Saturn's icy moon Enceladus

alien life may have had billions of years to brew inside saturn's icy moon enceladus
· *Enceladus, a small moon of Saturn, hides a global ocean beneath its crust of ice.* · *Scientists could not explain how the ocean formed, however, nor how long it might have existed.* · *New 3D..
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News video: Watch: Meteor lights up night sky as it crashes over Finland

Watch: Meteor lights up night sky as it crashes over Finland 00:22

A live video stream has captured the moment when the night sky in Finnish Lapland was illuminated by a falling meteor this week. In the video, captured on Thursday (October 16), the dark sky is..
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News video: Fireball Spotted Falling to Earth in Space Station Timelapse

Fireball Spotted Falling to Earth in Space Station Timelapse 01:24

A new timelapse captured by European Space Agency astronaut Paolo Nespoli from the International Space Station briefly shows a fireball falling to Earth. The fireball can be seen as a bright flash in..
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News video: Astronauts Spending Time On ‘Island Of A Thousand Volcanoes’ To Train For Space Missions

Astronauts Spending Time On ‘Island Of A Thousand Volcanoes’ To Train For Space Missions 01:04

The European Space Agency recently announced it has sent some of its astronauts to a Spanish locale known as the ‘island of a thousand volcanoes’ to study the geological sciences.
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News video: Saturn's ocean moon maybe home to subsea alien life

Saturn's ocean moon maybe home to subsea alien life 01:05

ENCELADUS, SATURN — Scientists looking at data pulled from NASA's Cassini spacecraft may have found out how Saturn's ocean moon Enceladus remains geologically active. The research, published in..
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News video: Saturn's Icy Moon Enceladus Could Hold Alien Life

Saturn's Icy Moon Enceladus Could Hold Alien Life 01:12

NAS/JPL-Caltech Enceladus, a small moon of Saturn, hides a global ocean beneath its crust of ice. Scientists could not explain how the ocean formed, however, nor how long it might have existed. New 3D..
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digEcor appoints global technology stalwart to Board

Richard Denny has been appointed to the digEcor Board effective 1st October 2017. Brisbane, Australia (PRWEB) November 06, 2017 digEcor is pleased to announce the appointment of Richard Denny to..
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Holy Call: Pope Francis phoning space station Thursday

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Pope Francis is making his first phone call off the planet — and into space. On Thursday, the pope will reach out to the six astronauts on the International Space..
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A spacecraft graveyard exists in the middle of the ocean — here's what's down there

a spacecraft graveyard exists in the middle of the ocean — here's what's down there
· *Large satellites, space stations, and other objects can pose a threat when they fall to the ground.* · *As a result, many nations de-orbit old spacecraft over the most remote place on Earth,..
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These are the countries on Earth with the most junk in space

these are the countries on earth with the most junk in space
· *More than 4,600 satellites orbit Earth, along with more than 14,000 old rocket parts and pieces of space junk.* · *The US is responsible for the most debris in space, followed by Russia and..
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Russia launches European environmental satellite

MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian booster rocket has carried a European environmental satellite into orbit. The European Space Agency's Sentinel-5P satellite was launched Friday by a Rokot missile from the..
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Spacecraft's final moment: Scientists release last image from Rosetta probe before comet crash

Scientists at the European Space Agency received surprising data from the Rosetta spacecraft just before it crash-landed into a comet last year, enabling them to piece together a final image of the..
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Here's looking at you: Final Rosetta photo shows rocky comet

BERLIN (AP) — The European Space Agency says scientists have pieced together a final image of a comet's surface taken by its Rosetta probe just before its mission ended in a slow-motion crash a year..
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Amazing Time Lapse of Aurora Borealis From Space

The European Space Agency has released images of the Aurora Borealis shot from the International Space Station. (Sept. 26)
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Cassini, one of humanity's best spacecraft, is officially dead at Saturn

No one can ever say that Cassini went quietly into its good night.  At about 7:55 a.m. ET on Friday, mission controllers on Earth got official word that the Cassini spacecraft — a joint operation..
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How Cassini quietly transformed our understanding of the solar system

For the past 13 years, a bus-sized spacecraft named Cassini has quietly transformed our understanding of the solar system The Cassini mission — a $3.62 billion joint venture between NASA and the..
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NASA's Cassini probe is about to plunge to its doom — and its fiery death may be visible to telescopes on Earth

nasa's cassini probe is about to plunge to its doom — and its fiery death may be visible to telescopes on earth
· *On Friday, NASA is destroying its Cassini spacecraft at Saturn to prevent contaminating the planet's moons.* · *The fireball in Saturn's clouds should be visible to telescopes in space or on the..
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Satellite stares into Hurricane Jose's eye, revealing whitecaps on the ocean below

While Hurricane Irma has garnered the most headlines in the past few days, the next storm that needs to be watched is already lurking in the Atlantic.  Hurricane Jose narrowly missed hitting..
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Dynavac a Part of History as NASA Prepares James Webb Telescope for Deep Space

Dynavac was instrumental in converting NASA's Chamber A to support JWST testing, constructing and installing a cryogenic wall that simulates temperatures as low as 30 degrees Kelvin. (PRWEB)..
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This spacecraft is thinner than a human hair and can capture space debris

Earth’s orbit is becoming dangerously crowded with space junk. An artist’s rendition of a Brane Craft capturing space debris. The Aerospace Corporation Last year, the European Space Agency’s..
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NASA, Explore Mars, Flying Saucer Art, & 80 Other Science, Technology, & Art Exhibitors Team Up with Country & Rock Artists at the Music City Eclipse Festival

Adventure Science Center to host giant eclipse festival this weekend, August 19 and 20 Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) August 19, 2017 Nashville's premier science center will host a giant science,..
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NASA has a job opening for someone to defend Earth from aliens — and it pays a six-figure salary

nasa has a job opening for someone to defend earth from aliens — and it pays a six-figure salary
· *NASA is hiring a planetary protection officer with a salary of up to $187,000.* · *The job was created after the signing of the Outer Space Treaty of 1967.* · *Planetary protection officers are..
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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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