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Alien life search BOMBSHELL: Exhibitions can be home to the extraterrestrial life. | Science | News

Exomoons are extrasolar satellites, meaning they orbits other planets found far out of our solar system. And exomoons can offer an important clue about where alien life can be found. Scientists are increasingly successful in finding exoplanetics. 4,000 and counting were found, with researchers surprisingly surprising how ordinary they were. However, some of the planets have months and a minority …

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Can you see the moon of Jupiter this month?

A picture of the moon of Jupiter. In courtesy of NASA. Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. A picture of the moon of Jupiter. In courtesy of NASA. You may have read that you can see the months of Jupiter this month with the help of only binoculars …

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Elon Musk's Starlink: The hidden agenda behind SpaceX's plan to dominate space internet | Science | News

Aside from providing high-speed internet access to billions of people in "underserved communities around the world", Elon Musk's vision could advance the ambitions of SpaceX's sister company, Tesla. Manny Shar, head of analytics at Bryce Space and Technology, told Express.co.uk: "I do see the potential for Tesla with Starlink." When a Tesla vehicle rolls off of the manufacturing line it …

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Asteroid at risk of hitting Earth in September, astronomers warn

An asteroid half the size of a rugby field could slam into the Earth later this year, according to the European Space Agency. Its latest list of dangerous near-Earth objects, issued on Friday, includes 2006 QV89 – which has a one-in-7299 chance of colliding with our planet on September 9/10. It's ranked fourth in the top 10 most concerning, but …

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SpaceX plans launch of 12,000 satellites in Earth's orbit

Lauren Grush: So, the biggest thing people are enjoying is the problem of this orbital. We already have thousands of satellites in space today. And it can be triple or quadruple numbers with the Starlink Initiative alone. And so, the problem is that these satellites are moving thousands of miles each hour into space. These are not just floating there. …

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