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NASA Wants To Build A Special Submarine To Explore Titan’s Oceans

NASA Wants To Build A Special Submarine To Explore Titan’s Oceans

motherearth February 15, 2018 0

On the heels of SpaceX sending a Tesla Roadster into space, NASA has revealed that it’s investigating possibly doing something similar with a submarine. The agency is zeroing in on Saturn’s moon Titan as one

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SpaceX Launches Satellites in Order to Potentially Provide Broadband for Tesla

SpaceX Launches Satellites in Order to Potentially Provide Broadband for Tesla

motherearth February 14, 2018 0

Elon Musk is creating synergy between his two primary companies, SpaceX and Tesla. The former company is planning to launch its first two satellite constellations in order provide internet broadband services while the latter is receiving a ground

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TRAPPIST-1 Planets Are Probably Full of Water

TRAPPIST-1 Planets Are Probably Full of Water

motherearth February 6, 2018 0

Everyone’s favorite solar system — besides our own, of course — is chock full of mysteries, and apparently, water. Probably. According to the researchers on a new study set for publication in Astronomy & Astrophysics, some of

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How You Can Watch SpaceX Launch Its Falcon Heavy Rocket Tomorrow

How You Can Watch SpaceX Launch Its Falcon Heavy Rocket Tomorrow

motherearth February 5, 2018 0

SpaceX is finally ready to send its Falcon Heavy rocket toward the heavens. Should the weather cooperate and the engineering checklist pass muster, the Falcon Heavy will embark on its maiden flight sometime on Feb. 6

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Humans Have Already Left More Than 400,000 Pounds of Junk on The Moon

Humans Have Already Left More Than 400,000 Pounds of Junk on The Moon

motherearth February 4, 2018 0

20 July 1969 was an unforgettable date in human history – the day Apollo 11 astronauts landed on the surface of the Moon, taking one small step for humans, and one giant leap for

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Amateur Astronomer Finds Lost NASA Satellite

Amateur Astronomer Finds Lost NASA Satellite

motherearth February 1, 2018 0

Scott Tilley never intended to rediscover a lost $135 million NASA satellite. The amateur astronomer, who searches for satellites in secret orbits as a hobby, originally set out on Jan. 20 to scan the

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We’re About to See a Rare Moon That Hasn’t Appeared For More Than 150 Years

We’re About to See a Rare Moon That Hasn’t Appeared For More Than 150 Years

motherearth January 16, 2018 Comments Off on We’re About to See a Rare Moon That Hasn’t Appeared For More Than 150 Years

If you were awestruck by the New Year’s Day super moon, hold onto your pants. On January 31, around midnight, the full moon will not only be super, it will be a blue moon and

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This Year, We’ll See a Black Hole for the First Time in History

This Year, We’ll See a Black Hole for the First Time in History

motherearth January 12, 2018 Comments Off on This Year, We’ll See a Black Hole for the First Time in History

Within the next 12 months, astrophysicists believe they’ll be able to do something that’s never been done before, and it could have far-reaching implications for our understanding of the universe. A black hole is a

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The New Year Will Be Illuminated by a Blood-Red Supermoon

The New Year Will Be Illuminated by a Blood-Red Supermoon

motherearth December 29, 2017 Comments Off on The New Year Will Be Illuminated by a Blood-Red Supermoon

January 2018 is a month of lunar events. First, there’s a full moon on Jan. 1 for the Northern Hemisphere. That January full moon is called the Wolf Moon, a name credited to hungry howling

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How to See the Quadrantids, the First Big Meteor Shower of the Year

How to See the Quadrantids, the First Big Meteor Shower of the Year

motherearth December 28, 2017 Comments Off on How to See the Quadrantids, the First Big Meteor Shower of the Year

After the long hangover from the holidays, we could all use a little light show. Thankfully, the cosmos are coming through — the first meteor shower of 2018 will peak in the first week

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