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SpaceX announced Monday they plan to send two private citizens to the moon in 2018, marking the first human travel to the satellite since Apollo 17 in 1972.
NASA announced the discovery of 7 Earth-like planets orbiting a star some 40 light years away, including 3 planets in the so-called “Goldilocks zone.”
Enceladus, the sixth largest moon orbiting Saturn, has become a promising lead in the search for life beyond Earth in our solar system.
Tilikum, the orca who killed a trainer at SeaWorld in 2010 and was the subject Killer Whale of the documentary “Blackfish,” died on Friday.
SpaceX said it will resume flights as early as next week after locating the cause of an explosion that destroyed a rocket-satellite combo back in September.
RFID technology, formerly used only for animal identification chip implants, now moved into the human hand, making it no longer simple sci-fi topic fiction.
Scientists have found evidence of gravitational waves in space, which were predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago in his general theory of relativity.
The solar system may host a ninth planet that is about 10 times bigger than Earth and an orbit 20 times larger far beyond Neptune, researchers announced.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket not only marks the reformation of reusable technology but likely the economics of space exploration and colonization.