North Korea Seen from Space: “Ocean of Darkness”

A NASA astronaut had the chance to see North Korea from the ISS – International Space Station between 2015 and 2016. The astronaut was an ISS Commander in three space…

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Neptune’s Moons Have Quite the Orbits; Here’s More About Naiad and Thalassa

Researchers from NASA found out that a sole orbiting pattern by the two innermost moons of Neptune allows them never to meet and collide. It was said to be the…

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SpaceX Failed with the First Starship Prototype, but Apparently There’s No Problem with That

On Wednesday, SpaceX put nitrogen into a prototype version of the Starship. The exercise took place at the company’s facility somewhere near Boca Chica Beach, in South Texas. It was…

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The Leonids Meteor Shower 2019: Everything You Need to Know

The Leonids are among one of a kind events, and they will be seen this month, as always. But this year, we could get even more: shooting star activity. The…

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NASA Chooses Another Name for a Space Rock After the Nazi Controversy

NASA has renamed a space rock after controversy appeared about the old name, which apparently had Nazi connections. The object was known as Ultima Thule. The name was chosen, and…

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