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Space news: Astronomers discover a ‘hot Jupiter’ on the brink of...

“We are either very lucky to catch them in this short period orbit, or the processes by which the planet migrates into the star...

Betelgeuse mystery solved? New deep-space image stirs up fresh theories behind...

One of the biggest and brightest stars in the night sky has left astronomers puzzled after it has faded dramatically over the last year....

NASA stunned as Juno craft discovers how much water is in...

The latest data from NASA’s Juno spacecraft revealed water makes up a tiny 0.25 percent of Jupiter’s atmosphere. The findings are significant as when...

Inside the High Stakes Missions of NASA’s Oldest Deep-Space Probes

NASAOn Aug. 20, 1977, NASA launched the Voyager 2 probe on a mission to explore the outer planets of our solar system.Twelve years later,...

Asteroid news: Astronomers photograph solar system’s most historically violent object

A huge asteroid which is around a seventh of the size of the Moon has surprised astronomers with its violent history. The space rock...

Black hole shock: ‘Strange’ gas movements point to new species of...

Black holes do not emit any detectable radiation, meaning researchers are required to look for the effects they have on their nearby environment.A team...

Everything is aware: ‘Consciousness pervades universe’ – philosopher's shock claim

Common convention holds consciousness as an awareness of one’s own existence. Consequently, many are reluctant to attribute this to many non-human animals, let alone...

NASA selects four finalists for next Discovery mission

WASHINGTON — NASA is considering missions to Venus and two outer solar system moons as the next in its Discovery line of planetary science...

How a space snowman called Arrokoth is shedding new light on...

A computer-generated reconstruction of Arrokoth’s shape makes it look like a squashed snowman, but slightly less squashed than originally thought. (NASA / JHUAPL /...

NASA picks missions to Venus, Triton and Io as finalists for...

An artist’s conception shows the DAVINCI+ probe descending through Venus’ atmosphere on the end of a parachute. (NASA / GSFC Photo)NASA has selected four...

Asteroid alert: The Sun will OBLITERATE the asteroid belt – study

The Sun has a very finite amount of energy and in around five billion years, it will cease to be. However, when it dies,...

NASA's iconic 'Pale Blue Dot' photograph turns 30 on Friday. It...

NASA's new "Pale Blue Dot" photograph, an updated version of a photo of Earth taken February 14, 1990, by Voyager 1 from a distance...

Pompeo urges U.S. state governors to be cautious in business with...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged governors of U.S. states and territories on Saturday to adopt a “cautious mindset” when...

Team news, previews and big weekend in Europe: football countdown – live!

1.01pm GMT13:01 Hello everyone. While we await words of wisdom from the eight Premier League managers not on holiday, here’s a fun activity to get...

Asteroid warning: 'Little we can do' Expert admits Earth defenceless to...

Georgetown University Law professor David Koplow is part of a small international group convened by NASA and its counterpart space agencies in Europe, Mexico,...

Life on Mars and Jupiter’s Europa is a ‘certainty’ leading scientist...

Mars has long been touted as a home for alien life, most likely in microbial form, as the Red Planet once had conditions similar...

Europa Clipper seeking savings as cost reserves plummet

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — The management of NASA’s Europa Clipper mission, facing dwindling cost reserves while still years away from launch, is looking at...

Jupiter warning: ‘Earth in crosshairs’ as scientists make terrifying discovery

Computer simulations have found the largest planet in our solar system’s gravity hurls deadly asteroids towards us rather than keeps them away, as previously...

South Korea city deserted after coronavirus 'super-spreads' through church

SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - The streets of South Korea’s fourth-largest city were abandoned on Thursday, with residents holed up indoors after dozens of people caught...
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