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12 new Jupiter moon declared recently

About twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter have been found and identified recently. 11 among these are normal outer moons and one is being called as an ’oddball’. With this now the total number of Jupiter’s known moons are 79 which is the most any of the planet in our solar system has. A team which…
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Extrasolar Planetary-mass magnetic powerhouse detected by VLA 

The National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky’s scientists are using a very extensive array (VLA) that is the first telescope detection of a planetary mass object beyond our solar system. The object is a dozen times larger than Jupiter and it is a strong magnetic powerhouse and this is a rouge traveling through space without…
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At the mid of October launch, BepiColombo targets launching Arianespace

In the early morning of October, 19th Europe’s first mission to Mercury will focus for launching Arianespace and ESA have announced. The joint ESA-JAXA BepiColombo mission will launch on Ariane 5 in Kourou. It is setting a trio of spacecraft for Mercury. The spacecraft will travel together and transfer two science orbiters. The first one…
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Industrial CO2 usage breakthrough

Professor Arne Skerra of the Technical University of Munich (TUM)  is successful for the first time by using gaseous CO2 as a general material for the chemical production of a mass product in a biotechnical reaction. This product is methionine; it is used as a vital amino acid, in animal feed on a widespread basis.…
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On July 31st, 2003: Mars passed closet to the Earth

Mars is moving into the night sky, just like 15 years before it came closer to the Earth. Its been seen at the predawn dawn earlier this year. According to the telescope magazine, the planet centers will be divided by 35,784,871 miles or 57,590,017 km on July 31st at 3:50 a.m. EDT (7:50 Universal Time).…
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The Red Sea flushes quicker from Far-flung volcanoes 

Deepwater in Red Sea gets replenished very faster than before and its directly affected by significant climate changes, which include volcanic eruption. KAUST researchers find this. The Red Sea water is known as the saltiest and warmest deep water in the world. The temperature is above 20 degrees Celsius and 40.5 salinity units. The average…
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NEOWISE thermal data give whereabouts of over 100 asteroids

Majority of the asteroids are too far away and at the same time minimal, and thus only the astronomical personnel can identify them as moving points of life. Some of the asteroids are exceptions to this case which have been visited by spacecraft and also a small number of large asteroids which are resolved by…
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