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Machine Learning Just Classified Over Half a Million Galaxies

   22 Aug 00:00:04  |  Universe Today

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Lunar Landings Will Make it Harder to Study the Moon?s Ice Deposits

   22 Aug 00:00:03  |  Universe Today

A new study led by researchers from the JHUAPL indicates that future missions to the Moon could contaminate the lunar environment with their exhaust.
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First Laser Space Debris Detection Made? in Daylight

   21 Aug 00:00:18  |  Universe Today

A new technique may prove to be a powerful tool in the battle to mitigate space debris.
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NASA?s New Video Shows You What it?s Like Traveling Close to the Speed of Light

   21 Aug 00:00:18  |  Universe Today

NASA has just released an informative video that lets potential interstellar travellers know what they're in for!
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Could a tabletop experiment detect gravitational waves and determine the quantum nature of gravity

   20 Aug 00:00:04  |  Universe Today

A tabletop gravitational wave detector could take decades to build, but it could answer the most fundamental questions in physics.
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The Sun Might Have Once Had a Binary Companion Star

   20 Aug 00:00:04  |  Universe Today

A new study from the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics has bolstered the case for our Sun having a long-lost binary companion.
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Remembering Don Arabian, the ?Mad Genius? Behind NASA?s Apollo Engineering Team

   19 Aug 00:00:19  |  Universe Today

One of the truly unsung heroes of the Apollo program has passed away at age 95. Donald D. Arabian, Chief of the Apollo Test Division, headed the Mission Evaluation Room (MER), which was responsible for solving in-flight problems during the Apollo missions to the Moon.   His nickname was ?Mad Don,? and anyone who had …
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This Distorted Circle is Actually a Galaxy That Looked Very Similar to the Milky Way, Shortly After the Big Bang

   19 Aug 00:00:19  |  Universe Today

Using ALMA, a European team of astronomers was able to observe a galaxy as it looked 12 billion years ago and were surprised to see that it looks a lot like how the Milky Way appears today.
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It?s Starting to Look Like Ceres is an Ocean World, Too

   18 Aug 00:00:05  |  Universe Today

A new and thorough analysis of high-resolution images and data from NASA?s Dawn mission have now provided fresh insights into the dwarf planet Ceres, with intriguing evidence that Ceres has a global subsurface salty ocean, and has been geologically active in the recent past. ?Evidence that Ceres has long-lived deep brine reservoirs is an exciting …
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The Last Supernovae

   18 Aug 00:00:05  |  Universe Today

The last supernova in history will be the final burst of light in a cold, dark, and dead cosmos.
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