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Once He Steps Down From Amazon, Jeff Bezos Will be Able to Focus his Energy on Blue Origin

   20 Feb 00:00:12  |  Universe Today

Jeff Bezos' recent decision to step down as CEO of Amazon could be good news for Blue Origin, one of SpaceX's chief competitors!
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Magnetic Fields Help Shape the Formation of New Planets

   19 Feb 00:00:13  |  Universe Today

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We Could Find Extraterrestrial Civilizations by Their Air Pollution

   19 Feb 00:00:13  |  Universe Today

Upcoming telescopes will give us more power to search for biosignatures on all the exoplanets we’ve found. Much of the biosignature conversation is centred on biogenic chemistry, such as atmospheric gases produced by simple, single-celled creatures. But what if we want to search for technological civilizations that might be out there? Could we find them …
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The Largest Crater on the Moon Reveals Secrets About its Early History

   18 Feb 00:00:12  |  Universe Today

One of the oldest, deepest, and largest impact craters on the Moon provides a window into the history and makeup of our celestial companion, and needs to be studied in more detail, says a team of lunar scientists. The South Pole-Aitken Basin on the Moon formed from a gigantic impact about 4.3 billion years ago. …
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Juno Just Saw a Spacerock Crash Into Jupiter

   18 Feb 00:00:12  |  Universe Today

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This is What Happens to Spacecraft When They Re-Enter the Earth?s Atmosphere

   17 Feb 00:00:14  |  Universe Today

When one of the Russian Progress resupply ships undocks from the International Space Station, timing is everything. The Progress needs to fire its engines at just the right time to instigate the deorbit burn in order for the ship to enter the atmosphere at just the right place, so that its destructive re-entry occurs over …
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Water Shaped Features on Mars Much Earlier Than Previously Believed

   17 Feb 00:00:14  |  Universe Today

According to a new study, the Perseverance rover could find evidence in Jezero that will allow scientists to reconstruct the planet's chronology.
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NASA has Decided to Start Building the Lunar Gateway Using the Falcon Heavy

   16 Feb 00:00:07  |  Universe Today

According to a recent statement, NASA has contracted SpaceX to launch the core elements of the Gateway to the Moon with the Falcon Heavy by 2024.
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A Cluster of Black Holes Found Inside a Globular Cluster of Stars

   16 Feb 00:00:07  |  Universe Today

Globular clusters can be home to lots of stellar-mass black holes, rather than a single intermediate mass black hole.
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Lunar Spacecraft Gets an Upgrade to Capture New Perspectives of the Moon

   15 Feb 00:00:13  |  Universe Today

Eleven years into its mission, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is starting to show its age, but a recent software update promises to give the spacecraft a new lease on life. As NASA’s eye in the sky over the Moon, the LRO has been responsible for some of the best Lunar observations since the days …
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