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Bizarre Radio Burst Traced Back To Its Origin In Deep Space
The discovery adds to the mystery of fast radio bursts, which are echoes of extreme cosmic explosions.
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The Brief And Bizarre History Of Selfies In Space
You take selfies. We take selfies. So do astronauts and space robots.
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Two Potentially Life-Friendly Planets Found Orbiting A Nearby Star
“We will eventually see if they are actually habitable and, perhaps, even inhabited,” astronomers predict.
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Here’s Why Women May Be The Best Suited For Spaceflight
Physically and mentally, women have the right stuff for expeditions into deep space. So why send male astronauts at all?
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From the very dawn of the space age, National Geographic has covered the science, mystery and adventures of space exploration with unrivaled access, in-depth news reporting and cutting-edge science and technology. National Geographic launches StarStruck; a yearlong celebration of space. Culminating with the 50th anniversary of the historic Apollo 11 moon landing next July we embark on a new storytelling odyssey, exploring the past, present and future of space. 

 

 

 

 

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