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Space Photos Of The Week: Mooooooon Shadow, Moon Shadow

Plus a Martian crater, a nebula in transition, and a glorious cluster.
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Without The Great Calculator Race Of The 1970s, There Would Be No Iphone

If you spend any time around technology, and probably even if you don’t, then you’ll probably also have heard some variation on the saying “There’s more computing power in your pocket than was used to send humans to the moon.” It’s true,...
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The ‘pink Moon’ Rises Tonight — Here’s How The Full Moon Of April Got Its Name

The full moon of April is nearly upon us. Traditionally known as the “Pink Moon,” this month’s full moon rises tonight and will light up the sky at about 8 p.m. ET. While the actual peak of the full moon occurred earlier this...
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H.m.s. Challenger: Humanity's First Real Glimpse Of The Deep Oceans

We know more about the surface of the moon than about the ocean floor. Scientists estimate that 91 percent of life under the sea hasn’t been discovered yet and more than 80 percent of the ocean has never been explored. What we do know about the...
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Opinion: Canada's Approach To Lunar Exploration Needs To Be Strategic Or We'll Be Left Behind

Should Canada go to the moon? What's there for Canadians? It is these questions that we should ponder when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently announced that Canada will be participating in the new space exploration vision.
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50 Years Later, Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Is Still 'carrying The Fire'

Four years after he orbited the moon alone during humanity's first lunar landing mission, Michael Collins brought everyone back on Earth along for the ride.
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The Week Contest: Space Waste

This week's question: Astronauts from NASA's six Apollo moon missions left 96 bags of human waste on the moon; if any microorganisms in the poop survived, it might indicate that hardy microbes can spread life throughout the universe. Please come up...
Related topics: Space, Astronaut, NASA

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Israeli Team: Human Error May Have Caused Spacecraft Crash

The Israeli start-up behind last week's failed lunar landing says human error may have caused the spacecraft to crash into the moon. SpaceIL, the non-profit that undertook the botched lunar mission, said Thursday that its engineers collectively...
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How April's Full Moon Earned Its Nickname Pink Moon

The Pink Moon will glow in the night sky around the globe at the end of the week, but the full moon may not appear as its name may lead you to believe.Purple and pink Phlox plants blooming in the spring. (Photo/Atilin)Read more...
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This Is The Last Photo Israel's Beresheet Moon Lander Ever Took

Beresheet's farewell photo shows the battered patch of lunar ground that would become the little probe's final resting place.
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Get Off The Screen And Look Up! The Lyrid Meteor Shower Is Coming To A Sky Near You Sunday And...

The Lyrid meteor shower will be coming to a sky near you both Sunday and Monday nights, though a bright moon may interfere with the skywatching fun.        
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Nasa Chooses A Special Spot For Its Next Crewed Moon Landing

Following the U.S. government's announcement last month of a desire to see American astronauts set foot on the moon again in the next five years, NASA has revealed a location on the lunar surface where it would most like to land. The post NASA...
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China To Send Probes To Mars And Jupiter

China's deep space exploration will go beyond the moon and Mars to reach Jupiter in the future, according to Ye Peijian, the country's leading aerospace expert and chief consultant to China's lunar and Mars probes.
Related topics: Mars, Space, Jupiter

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Nasa Plans To Send Astronauts To The Moon’s South Pole In Five Years

NASA is moving forward with plans to send a crewed mission to the lunar surface by 2024, a goal that will be impossible to achieve without additional funding and support that the U.S. government has not yet confirmed it is willing to offer....
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Manual Command Likely Caused Israeli Moon Lander's Crash

A preliminary investigation puts the apparent blame for Beresheet's April 11 moon crash on a "manual command" that was entered into the spacecraft's computer.
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Limited-edition Budweiser Brew Celebrates 50 Years Since Moon Landing

Nothing says “historic achievement” like an ice cold beer. To celebrate 50 years since the Apollo 11 Moon landing, Budweiser has brewed a limited-edition brewski that’s out of this world. Discover Reserve American […] The...
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Jupiter’s Moon Io Has Tides Like Earth, Except They're Solid Rock

The most volcanically active world in the solar system isn’t Earth, believe it or not.        
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There May Be A Copy Of Wikipedia Somewhere On The Moon. Here's How To Help Find It.

If you've ever worried that humanity will ever wipe itself out so completely that there'll be no record of our civilization for aliens to discover, you can now rest (somewhat) easy.  Even if we blow everything on Earth to smithereens tomorrow,...
Related topics: Wikipedia, Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Nasa's Cassini Reveals Surprises With Titan's Lakes

On its final flyby of Saturn's largest moon in 2017, NASA's Cassini spacecraft gathered radar data revealing that the small liquid lakes in Titan's northern hemisphere are surprisingly deep, perched atop hills and filled with methane.
Related topics: NASA, Space, Cassini–Huygens Spacecarft, Saturn, Spacecrafts

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Budweiser Brews Limited Lager For Moon Landing 50th Anniversary

Budweiser has brewed a new limited edition beer in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing.
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