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Ever wondered what's going on in space?

(iStock / The Washington Post Illustration / Prism Filter) The night sky is full of stars, but it's also full of garbage. Humans set up many satellites there – about 1,700 working spacecraft are in orbit around our planet – and not every machine comes back immediately when their job is done. Many fly through the sky again and again, …

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SpaceX just did something incredible

SpaceX has unveiled a new version of the Falcon 9 rocket, designed for astronauts in a bold move forward for space travel. SpaceX has just unveiled a reusable and more powerful version of the Falcon 9 rocket, a formidable development that could one day lead to a new future of spaceflight for humanity. The Falcon 9 rocket sent Bangladesh's first …

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NASA astronomers discovered numbers of black holes in the center of the Milky Way

Researchers from the American space company NASA have actually encountered a mass of black holes hiding in the complex of our Milky Way. The impressive exploration was based on information from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. The newly discovered large void includes star-shaped black holes that typically make up between 5 and 30 times the sunlight. These newly recognized black holes …

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An astronaut aboard the International Space Station received a degree from Purdue

INTERNATIONAL ROOM STATION – NASA astronaut Andrew Feustel is overjoyed after receiving an honorary doctorate from Purdue University on Friday – and did not even have to leave the International Space Station. Feustel, who is on the ISS as part of Expedition 55/56, was beamed into the launcher via live video, allowing other alumni to watch the zero-gravity bonnet ceremony, …

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NASA astronomers find a large number of black holes in the center of the Milky Way

NASA scientists have encountered a mass of black holes lurking in the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The remarkable discovery was made using the data returned from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. The newly discovered black-bound premium consists of stellar black holes, which typically weigh between five and five times the mass of the sun. These newly identified black holes …

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SpaceX prepares for over 300 missions in five years: CEO Elon Musk

After an updated version of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida flew into orbit with Bangladesh's first communications satellite, its founder and CEO Elon Musk said on Sunday that his company would have over 300 missions in five years ] The "Block 5" Booster, the final major upgrade to the SpaceX Falcon 9 launcher, was launched …

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Astronomers discovered the X-ray pulsar with a fast orbit in space

The group of scientists who studied the preliminary measurements of the NICER program (Neutron Star Interior Structure Explorer) determined a series of stars. The pair contained an "X-ray pulsar" around which the other smaller star circled in thirty-eight minutes. The excellent set was actually declared the title of the "shortest known orbital duration". The double star is called IGR J17062-6143. …

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The gravitational force of Jupiter and Venus plays with Earth's trajectory, reveals new study

In an astonishing discovery, researchers have confirmed a long-standing hypothesis that the Earth gets stuck between the gravitational forces of Jupiter and Venus, trailing both of our planets Mother Earth. According to the scientists, the Earth's orbit is deformed by the gravitational pull of Jupiter and Venus in an epic cycle that recurs regularly every 405,000 years. "It's an amazing …

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Astronomers chance on mysterious binary companions – astronomy now

An oversized exoplanet – or a small brown dwarf – can be seen to the right of an overexposed binary star system embedded in a cloud of dust. The alleged exoplanet apparently has its own dust disk. Image: This infographic shows the CS Cha binary star system embedded in a surrounding dust disk and a newly discovered companion body orbiting …

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