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The out-of-control Chinese space station will crash back to Earth around March 31, researchers say – BGR

Earlier this month, scientists who predicted the potential crash of China's Tiangong-1 space station estimated that it would likely fall towards the end of March. Updated observations have narrowed the window a bit, but the big day looks more and more after the 31st of March. The spaceship, which had been out of control for months after China lost contact …

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Will the men in black cover up more alien visits? ⋆ America speaks ink

What do you think about the topic of U.F.O.'s? Lately, they may have found some planets that show signs that they are habitable. Similar to the Earth and the Sun, these planets show the same magnetism and orbit with their star, and they show similar densities that created our ozone and environmental elements. These remarkable discoveries seem to fall on …

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Oh bucket! Unpack the suitcases. TRAPPIST-1 Planet too wet to support life • The Register

New research published in Nature Astronomy has poured cold water in the hope that life on planet-sized planets could be detected in the TRAPPIST-1 system. The planets could just be too wet. 19659002] A year ago, when NASA's veteran Spitzer Space Telescope discovered seven planet-sized planets circling a single star. Astroboffins then noted that three of the planets were firmly …

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Space Disco Ball will fall into a fiery death much sooner than expected

U.S. Space Launch In mid-January, Rocket Lab installed a huge glittering disco ball aboard a rocket launching commercial satellites into space. Designed to remind stargazers that they are just a tiny part of a universe waiting to be explored. (19659002) Now, just two months later, the satellite, considered "the brightest thing in the sky," is supposed to fall back to …

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ISRO Experimenting with Igloo-Like Shelters for Life on the Moon

ISRO Lunar Mission: Indian Space Research Organization will attempt to build Igloo-type shelters New Delhi: India's Space Agency ISRO continues to research monuments on the Moon On which astronauts can stay safe, the government said today. The structures on the moon could be dome-shaped like an igloo to provide maximum protection to the inhabitants in the vacuum environment where the …

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Poor Astronomy | Hubble gets Messier

It's the end of March and the moon is new, so you know what that means: Time for the Messier Marathon! Okay, you probably do not know what that means. Here's what: Over the next few nights, amateur astronomers will be unpacking their riflescopes all over the northern hemisphere and setting them up at sunset, and as soon as the …

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Who is Guillermo Haro? 5 things to know about astronomers

He may not be a household name, but Guillermo Haro is a star – at least Google. The March 21 Google Doodle is dedicated to the vaunted Mexican astronomer, in honor of what would have been his 105th birthday. The heavenly doodle displays constellations that represent Google's name, with Haro's face lit up in the night sky and serving as …

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Genome sequencing shows why these pests are so hard to kill

Cockroaches have been roommates of humanity for thousands of years, thanks to their amazing ability to survive even in the most adverse environments. These unwanted, spooky insects mostly survive in the fermentation of food in the sewage pipes of our homes. Cockroaches cause allergies, are a rich source of pathogenic bacteria and therefore a major nuisance to most of us. …

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