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Living It Up!

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There are certain moments that are etched in bold letters on the pages of history, events that proved mankind’s amazing ability to overcome the boundaries of what was thought possible, and setting the bar higher for future generations. On April 12, 1961, Russian pilot and cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin left the Earth’s atmosphere, thus becoming the

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The Eye Of The Storm

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As you might have gathered by now, most articles posted here revolved around planets or objects located in our Solar System, and today is no exception. The planet in question is named after the chief Roman deity, and rightfully so. That’s right, we’re talking about Jupiter. It is not possible to determine when Jupiter was

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Lord Of The Rings

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I don’t think anyone will disagree with me if I say that Saturn is the most striking planet in our Solar System. And really, when you look at the model or an image of the Solar System, no planet captures your attention as much as Saturn does, partially because of its size, but mostly because

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The Messenger

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One of the most intriguing planets in our Solar System, and also the closest to the Sun of the eight planets orbiting around it, is Mercury. It was named so by the Romans, in honor of the Roman deity Mercury, the fast-flying messenger to the Gods. And really, the time interval it takes Mercury to

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The Final Frontier

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Nothing has inspired the human mind more than space. It has been the topic of countless books, films, tv shows, it even inspired a genre of music. And that’s just in the past 50 years, or so. Given the level science and technology are at right now, there’s very little we know about space. Still,

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NASA’s Fermi Telescope Poised to Pin Down Gravitational Wave Sources

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On Sept. 14, waves of energy traveling for more than a billion years gently rattled space-time in the vicinity of Earth. The disturbance, produced by a pair of merging black holes, was captured by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) facilities in Hanford, Washington, and Livingston, Louisiana. This event marked the first-ever detection of gravitational

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Facts you probably didn’t know about our Solar System

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Ever since the beginning of civilization, the curious nature inherent only to mankind has been one of the main catalysts of it’s progress. Through centuries, man has been on a mission to understand the world around himself better, and to tailor it to his needs. The results of that are the accomplishments we see around

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NASA Challenges You to Think Outside the Box

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To celebrate the arrival of the first expandable habitat to the International Space Station and the launch of the first commercial 3-D printer to space, the ASME Foundation and NASA have issued a brand new Future Engineers challenge. The ‘Think Outside the Box’ challenge asks K-12 students to design an object for astronauts that can be

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NASA Astronaut to Call Columbia University Students from International Space Station

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Students from Columbia University in New York will have the opportunity to speak with a NASA astronaut currently living and working on the International Space Station at 1:10 p.m. EDT Thursday, April 21. The 20-minute, Earth-to-space call will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website. NASA astronaut Tim Kopra is seen floating during

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