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Astronomers Finally Know What Causes Fast Radio Bursts

Astronomers Finally Know What Causes Fast Radio Bursts After more than a decade, researchers have confirmed their suspicions about the source of the phenomena. Source: {$feed_title) Astronomers Finally Know What Causes Fast Radio Bursts

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How Humanity Spent Its First 20 Years in Orbit Aboard the ISS

How Humanity Spent Its First 20 Years in Orbit Aboard the ISS Two decades ago, three explorers arrived at the International Space Station and marked the beginning of a permanent human presence beyond Earth. Source: {$feed_title) How Humanity Spent Its First 20 Years in Orbit Aboard the ISS

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What Comes After the International Space Station?

What Comes After the International Space Station? Funding for the world’s premiere orbital laboratory won’t last forever. Its end could usher in a new era of commercial space stations. Source: {$feed_title) What Comes After the International Space Station?

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There May Be Far More Water on the Moon Than NASA Thought

There May Be Far More Water on the Moon Than NASA Thought A new pair of studies reveals that the resource isn’t limited to large shadowy craters. That’s good news for the upcoming crewed missions. Source: {$feed_title) There May Be Far More Water on the Moon Than NASA Thought

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Mark Kelly’s Been To Space. Can He Make it to Capitol Hill?

Mark Kelly’s Been To Space. Can He Make it to Capitol Hill? Mark Kelly isn’t the first former NASA astronaut to run for office, but if he’s elected he’ll be the only one to make it to Congress on his first shot. Source: {$feed_title) Mark Kelly’s Been To Space. Can He Make it to Capitol […]

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NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Is About to Touch an Asteroid

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Is About to Touch an Asteroid After years of studying Bennu, the spacecraft will make its first attempt at a sample collection on Tuesday. Source: {$feed_title) NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Is About to Touch an Asteroid

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How to Build a Spacecraft to Save the World

How to Build a Spacecraft to Save the World WIRED paid a visit to NASA’s first probe designed to protect Earth from killer asteroids. It launches next year. Source: {$feed_title) How to Build a Spacecraft to Save the World

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‘Meteorite’ Is a Love Letter to Space Rocks

‘Meteorite’ Is a Love Letter to Space Rocks For centuries, scientists thought meteorites were too fantastical to exist. A new book reveals that they hold even more mysteries. Source: {$feed_title) ‘Meteorite’ Is a Love Letter to Space Rocks

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Scientists May Have Found a Material for Building on Mars

Scientists May Have Found a Material for Building on Mars Using simple chemistry, the organic polymer chitin can be transformed into a viable substance for creating tools and habitats on the Red Planet. Source: {$feed_title) Scientists May Have Found a Material for Building on Mars

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Here's How You Can 'See' Molecules—on a Whole 'Nother Planet

Here's How You Can 'See' Molecules—on a Whole 'Nother Planet Scientists picked up signs of phosphene on Venus by using a technique called rotational spectroscopy. It works like this. Source: {$feed_title) Here's How You Can 'See' Molecules—on a Whole 'Nother Planet

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