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The Parker probe touches the sun for the first time

Artistic interpretation of the Parker probe approaching the sun (NASA)

The Parker probe reached yesterday its perihelion, the point of its orbit that brings it closer to the sun. When being placed to only 37 million kilometers of the center of the star, inside the orbit of Mercury, it broke all the records to date, according to has announced the NASA . The …

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Ivanka Trump wants to leave this earth

The president of America Mr. Donald Trump has done the best for the USA and it’s time to see what is his daughter going to do. Discovering the new planets is the work of Astronaut but what happens when a daughter of a politician says she wants to leave this …

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The “historic mission” came to an end: NASA announced the loss of communication with the probe Dawn

The "historic mission" came to an end: NASA announced the loss of communication with the probe Dawn

The US space agency said the Dawn probe’s “historic mission” came to an end. This is reported on the NASA website. The agency said that the automatic station Dawn, which investigated the asteroid belt, did not get in touch for two days in a row – October 31 and November …

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Black holes can “revive” the stars

Black holes can "revive" the stars

The most elusive type of black holes can “restart” white dwarfs for a while – a simulation recently conducted on a supercomputer at the Livermore National Laboratory speaks of this. Scientists have already managed to detect black holes of the light (star) class and supermassive holes (found in the centers …

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What will happen to the Sun when the Milky Way and Andromeda collide?

What will happen to the Sun when the Milky Way and Andromeda collide

The Milky Way is part of the set of galaxies known as the Local Group, formed by several dozens of galaxies and with an estimated diameter of about 10 million light years. Our galaxy and Andromeda are the two most massive galaxies in the group. The galaxies of the Local Group also interact with …

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Discovered liquid water on Mars

Discovered liquid water on Mars

Mars has a large saltwater lake at its south pole under a layer of one and a half kilometers of ice, as demonstrated by the observations of the Mars Express spacecraft of the European Space Agency (ESA). The discovery, published online in the journal Science, provides the first proof that …

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Prepare for massive energy change while the longest lunar eclipse …

Prepare for massive energy change while the longest lunar eclipse ...

Prepare for massive energy change as the longest lunar eclipse of the century combines with the blood moon. The lunar eclipse occurs when the Earth interposes between the Moon and the Sun, creating a shadow, thus preventing the sun’s rays from reflecting on the surface of the Moon. This rather …

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New study suggests that the Moon may have once had a primitive life

New study suggests that the Moon may have once had a primitive life

When Armstrong and Aldrin returned from the Moon, they were decontaminated and quarantined, so they would not bring infectious diseases. Very soon, however, it was confirmed that the Moon was completely hostile to life. But according to research published in the journal Astrobiology, the Moon may have been surprisingly habitable in the past for …

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Scientists have discovered a new state of matter

Scientists have discovered a new state of matter

Hello! For a long time, only four aggregate states of matter – solid, liquid, gaseous and plasma. However, more recently, scientists managed to find a new state of a quantum liquid. But about this further, and now – we put the likes and we look to end! Two groups of …

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Can one planet share its orbit with another? Here is the Answer

Can one planet share its orbit with another? Here is the Answer

Today we’ll see the continuation of the potential objects in the universe that could exist. We’ve previously done a video about it and many of you asked me to do a continuation of it. So, this is the second part. Imagine that Jupiter loses all of its gas. What are …

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