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Here’s What to Expect on Lyrid Meteor Shower 2018 Peaks This Weekend

The Lyrid Meteor shower comes at the end of April, presenting a dazzling display for sky-watchers. Considered as one of the strongest meteor showers, the Lyrids are normally active in the middle of April 16 and April 26. The shooting stars move very fast with around 20 to 25% leaving “persistent trains.” They instigate from…
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New Shepard of Blue Origin is the New Rocket for Space Tourism

Blue Origin is headed toward commercial operation as the rocket firm established by Jeff Bezos closes the end of testing for its big projects. The BE-4 engine of the company, the thunderous staple of the propulsion business of Blue Origin has demonstrated that it works well.  Blue Origin lately test fired the BE-4 engine for…
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NASA’s TESS Unveils Satellite To Discover New Alien Worlds   

NASA confirms that they have the latest planet hunter to discover new alien worlds. Its Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) revealed on April 18 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket around 6:51 pm. The latter spacecraft was deployed into the Earth’s orbit.  TESS is about to have a…
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Yuri’s Night is Celebrated at the Kennedy Space Center

Yuri’s Night, which is highly regarded as the largest space party in the world is celebrated at the Kennedy Space Center. The event is held last April 13, 2018, which brought out together more than 750 fans and space professionals for the space-themed merriment under the Space Shuttle called Atlantis. Yuri’s Night is the global…
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Why Astronauts Grow Up to Five Centimeters When They Go to Space

Traveling outside the Earth causes a loss of muscle mass, visual problems, and circadian rhythm disorders. A Japanese astronaut, Norishige Kanai, announced on Tuesday that he had grown nine centimeters in space during his three weeks on the International Space Station (ISS). "I'm a little worried about whether I'll enter the Soyuz space seat when…
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NASA’s mission of sending crew into deep space may incur a lot of cost.

According to reports NASA is soon going to launch its first astronauts into the deep space since the Apollo Program space Launch system rocket was planned. Till now this news has no official confirmation from NASA. Few weeks’ back a speculation was reported that mission planners at the space agency have started designing the Exploration…
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MIT Team Strives for the Stars, Satellite Off to Search Exoplanets 

By next week, a NASA-sponsored spacecraft made and developed by scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology will start a mission to explore possibility thousands of other planets just outside of the solar system.   The TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) created at MIT will bring 4 cameras and be the very first to study…
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Methanesat Satellite

Due to the high emission of methane gas on earth, a new satellite meant to attract methane discharge is on the verge to be launched in 2021. Methane gas is produced by microorganisms living in a particular habitat and it is one of the criteria used to affirm the existence of life on other unusual…
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Why Reusable Rockets Are Much Easier to Build than Electric Cars

So what is the reason SpaceX could be ahead of the pack and affordable, while the evidently easier job of developing electric cars is apparently beyond Elon Musk’s other company? For it is true that developing an electric car is a huge deal simpler than creating reusable space rockets and simpler again than creating affordable…
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