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Space Objects Could Collide Over East Coast of Australia – Sydney News & Life

Breaking: Two large objects orbiting Earth could smash together somewhere over the east coast of Australia or New Zealand, its been warned. Research agencies…

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Breaking: Two large objects orbiting Earth could smash together somewhere over the east coast of Australia or New Zealand, its been warned.
Research agencies tracking space debris threats and the orbits of human space junk said two “defunct objects in LEO (lower Earth orbit)” could possibly collide somewhere over the Tasman Sea.
Leo Labs Space, an organisation tracking space debris and collision prevention services for space agencies and governments, said the objects could collide somewhere in…

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The metallic asteroid between Mars and Jupiter is … – AlKhaleej Today

The metallic asteroid between Mars and Jupiter is …

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According to a new Planetary Science Journal report published by CBS News, a giant metallic asteroid, valued at around $ 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 more than the entire earths economy orbits Mars and Jupiter. The massive asteroid 16 Psyche is the subject of a new study by SwRI scientist Tracy Becker, who observed the object at ultraviolet wavelengths.
Asteroid 16 Psyche, as it is called, is possibly the remainder of a planetary core that never properly formed into an actual planet. While most asteroids…

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20 years in orbit: A video tour of the past two decades of life on the ISS – Digital Trends

The space station celebrates 20 years of continuous human habitation on November 2, 2020. Here’s what daily life is like on the orbiting outpost.

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NASA and its global partners are preparing to celebrate 20 years of continuous human habitation in space following the first nights stay aboard the International Space Station (ISS) back in November 2000. Orbiting Earth at an altitude of around 250 miles, this marvel of human engineering has so far hosted some 240 people from 19 countries, with most astronaut visits lasting around six months. So how do crew members actually live and work on the orbiting outpost? To offer some insight, weve gathered…

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The discovery of a meteorite from Mars in the Sahara Desert… – AlKhaleej Today

The discovery of a meteorite from Mars in the Sahara Desert…

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According to the British newspaper Daily Mail, it is well known to planetary scientists that water has existed on the red planet for at least 3.7 billion years.
But given the pre-determined age of NWA 7533 and its newly discovered mineral composition, the researchers now inferred that there was water around 700,000 more years before that estimate.
If there was water on Mars earlier than thought, this indicates that the water may have been a natural byproduct of some processes early in the planets…

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