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    “Aliens are in that cloud”: A strange Halo appears over a town in China

    As misinterpreted meteorological phenomena are often cited as the cause of UFO claims, it is not unexpected that scientists are drawing criticism for taking this tack when discussing a peculiar halo spotted above China. It was seen above Pu’er in the Yunnan Province (north of Laos) in August and resembled a rainbow-colored tower perched atop […] More

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    Breaking: James Webb Telescope captures a near-perfect ‘Einstein-Ring’ in space

    The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) seems to be unstoppable in discovering evidence of amazing celestial bodies beyond our atmosphere, from catching stunning spiral galaxies to looking for life on other planets to exposing auroras on Jupiter. The most recent discovery, which arrived at us after traveling almost 12 billion light-years, is the sharpest depiction […] More

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    NASA’s space program has delivered 50 years of disappointment; Why?

    Engineers are attempting to correct yet another issue while NASA’s enormous moon rocket waits on its launch site in Florida. The agency decided against launching Artemis I on Saturday, missing the launch window for the second time. As evidence of NASA’s mastery of publicity throughout the course of six decades in spaceflight, look no further […] More

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    NASA will pay SpaceX half as much as Boeing to launch astronauts

    According to Ars Technica, NASA will pay Boeing twice as much for each Starliner seat as it does for identical Crew Dragon tickets to the International Space Station. As of yet, Boeing has not been successful in launching a single man into space. The organization announced this week that it had given SpaceX five additional […] More

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    NASA ‘Scrubs’ the second launch attempt for the historic Artemis 1 moon mission

    On Saturday, September 3, NASA decided against attempting to launch an ambitious test flight of their new moon rocket again due to a persistent leak that caused fuelling to be delayed. A hydrogen fuel leak discovered approximately 7 hours before liftoff prevented the space agency’s effort to launch its Artemis 1 moon mission aboard a massive […] More

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    NASA: Artemis 1 moon mission rocket hit by fuel leak ahead of second attempt

    After it developed a dangerous leak on Saturday, NASA’s Artemis 1 new moon rocket launch has been beset by issues once again. When the fuel leak started, the launch crew for the US space agency had already started fueling the rocket, raising doubts about whether the Artemis 1 test mission, which must succeed before astronauts […] More

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    Look! NASA’s James Webb telescope captures its first direct image of an exoplanet

    Once again creating history, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope captured images of an exoplanet outside of our solar system. While more than 5,000 exoplanets have been found by astronomers, the majority have been verified using techniques other than direct imaging. Since last summer, when it made public its first set of photos, the James Webb […] More

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    SpaceX awarded 5 more crew launches to the ISS by NASA for $1.4bn

    In accordance with the Commercial Personnel Transportation Capability (CCtCap) contract, Elon Musk’s SpaceX has recently been given five further trips by NASA to carry crew to the ISS. The overall value of all transport flights under the contract is $4.9 billion, while the new arrangement, which expands upon the current agreement between NASA and SpaceX, […] More

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    NASA calls off historic Artemis 1 launch to the Moon over engine problem

    After months of testing, debugging, and repairs, engineers fueled the Space Launch System moon rocket for Monday’s launch on NASA’s long-awaited Artemis 1 test flight, which will carry an unpiloted Orion crew capsule on a 42-day trek to the moon and back. Despite this, management was compelled to call a halt to the countdown after […] More

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