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A telescope observes for the first time an ocean of water vapor around a star

Twice as massive as the Sun, the star HL Taurus has long been in view of ground-based and space-based telescopes The ALMA radio astronomy telescope (ALMA) has provided the first detailed images of water molecules...

Scientists with a new plan to cool the Earth by blocking the Sun

Scientists are exploring an idea that could save our planet from global warming by blocking the Sun: a "giant umbrella" place in space to block out some of the sun's light.

Europe’s new Ariane 6 rocket will fly in June 2024

The European Space Agency's (ESA) Ariane 6 rocket will fly for the first time on June 15, 2024. It will carry an array of small satellites, including two from NASA, ESA officials added. After four...

Iran sent a capsule with animals into space

Iran says it has sent a capsule of animals into orbit as it prepares for manned missions in the coming years, the Associated Press reported, cited by BTA. Telecommunications Minister Isa Zarepour announced that the...

Progress MS-25 docked with the ISS and delivered tangerines and New Year’s gifts

The cargo spacecraft was launched on Friday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome The Progress MS-25 cargo spacecraft, which was launched on Friday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, docked with the Poisk module of the Russian segment of...

Scientists have predicted how the Sun will die

In 10 billion years we will be part of a planetary nebula Scientists have made predictions about what the last days of our solar system will look like and when they will happen. At first, astronomers...

NASA is building a house and restaurant on the Moon

NASA is ready to create an Airbnb that is out of this world. The US space agency has granted a construction technology company $60 million to build a house on the moon by 2040,...

An ocean beneath the surface of the moon Europa is the source of carbon dioxide

Astronomers analyzing data from the James Webb telescope have identified carbon dioxide in a specific region on the icy surface of Jupiter's moon Europa, reported AFP and the press service of the European Space...

Scientist: We have indisputable evidence of the first objects found from another star system

It is not yet known whether they are of natural or artificial origin Harvard professor Avi Loeb announced that he has completed his analysis of small spherical fragments of the space body IM1. The object...

The most modern planetarium in Europe opened on the island of Cyprus

In the Orthodox metropolis of Tamasos and Orini, a planetarium was opened last week, which is one of the largest in Europe and the most modern so far. The facility, which was built on...

Earth has a new quasi-moon that will orbit us for at least another 1,500 years

The ancient space satellite has been in the vicinity of our planet since 100 BC. Astronomers have discovered a new quasi-moon Earth - a cosmic body that orbits it but is gravitationally bound to the...

Do you know what the moon smells like?

Have you ever wondered what the moon smells like? In an article for Nature magazine, French "fragrance sculptor" and retired scientific consultant Michael Moiseev says his latest creation was inspired by a description of the...

What would happen if the Earth began to rotate in reverse?

The Earth rotates to the east, so the Sun, Moon, and all the celestial bodies we can see always appear to rise in that direction and set in the west. But there is no...

Roscosmos admitted: We do not know what damaged our two spacecraft

Roscosmos admitted: We do not know what damaged our two spacecraft Their failure in a short space of time may signal a crisis in Moscow's space program Roscosmos has not yet clarified the exact reasons for...

SpaceX Starship flight to test today

SPACEX. SpaceX will be launching today Monday, April 17 at 8:00 a.m. CT the first flight test of a fully integrated Starship and Super Heavy rocket from Starbase in Texas. The official website explains that "Starship is a...

Snow on the ice moon Europa can rain from the bottom up

Jupiter's moon Europa is perhaps the most interesting celestial body in the Solar System for astrobiologists. Europa is slightly smaller than our Moon, but unlike it, it has a surface of ice, under which...

Magnetic storms: how they affect health and how to protect ourselves from them

The geomagnetic situation on our planet remains unstable over the weekend. After the strong magnetic storm on August 18, a weak G1 magnetic storm was recorded today after another coronal mass ejection (CME) from...

The new Russian space station

The Rocket and Space Corporation "Energy" (part of Roscosmos) for the first time shows a model of a prospective Russian orbital station at the "Army-2022" forum, reports TASS on 15th of August. The layout shows...

G-Shock launches “space” watch in honor of NASA

This model is approved for use in spacecraft and on board the ISS. Launched Casio G-Shock watch in orange, which is dedicated to the NASA space agency. The full model name is GWM5610NASA4. The case and...

Roscosmos and NASA agreed on cross-flights to the ISS

Roscosmos and NASA have signed an ISS cross-flight agreement under which the agencies will launch mixed crews of Russian and American cosmonauts on their spacecraft. The first two flights under the agreement will take...

Europe finally refused to cooperate with Russia on the ExoMars mission

The European Space Agency (ESA) has decided to permanently end cooperation with Roscosmos on the second part of the ExoMars project, which involved sending a Russian landing platform and a European rover to Mars,...

A large amount of alcohol in the center of the Milky Way found

According to scientists, the discovery will help us better understand how stars are formed A team from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Germany discovered a cloud of propanol alcohol molecules located at...

The American spacecraft Cygnus has finally done what only the Russian Soyuz could before: it successfully corrected the orbit of the ISS

The last attempt failed, but this time it worked. The American spacecraft Cygnus yesterday for the first time fully and successfully performed an operation to correct the orbit of the International Space Station. This was...

An unprecedented discovery by astronomers of what is in our galaxy

An astronomical team has discovered a strange object in the center of the Milky Way, resembling a miniature spiral galaxy orbiting a massive star, ScienceAlert reports, citing a publication in the journal Nature Astronomy. The...

Stellar “Ghost” Discovered: Astronomers May Have Detected a “Dark” Free-Floating Black Hole

Gravitational microlensing turns up <span class="glossaryLink" aria-describedby="tt" data-cmtooltip="black holeA black hole is a place in space where the pull of gravity is so strong not even light can escape it. Astronomers classify black holes...
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