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Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Hired private cargo ships booked to visit space station

Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Hired private cargo ships booked to visit space station | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
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Existence: Where did we come from? - space - 25 July 2011 - New Scientist

Existence: Where did we come from? - space - 25 July 2011 - New Scientist | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
There is only one way to find the answer, says Stephen Hawking...
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ESA Portal - Space hall of fame: nominate your technology for 2012

ESA Portal - Space hall of fame: nominate your technology for 2012 | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Numerous life-changing technologies have emerged from space. Now it’s time to promote European spinoffs to enter the 'Space Technology Hall of Fame' honouring the scientists, engineers, innovators and businesses behind these advances for our society.
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A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe: International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe
You have navigated to this page through:International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research News and Events News Items Media Releases A new way to measure the expansion of the Universe (this page)
A PhD student from The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) in Perth has produced one of the most accurate measurements ever made of how fast the Universe is expanding.
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Parte la costruzione del "Palazzo Celeste" - Spaziando

Parte la costruzione del "Palazzo Celeste" - Spaziando | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
La Cina sta spingendo molto il processo di preparazione del suo primo modulo della "Tianong 1", il Palazzo Celeste" , nome certo suggestivo per la sua futura, ma neanche più tanto, Stazione spaziale.
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Universe Today

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Space and astronomy news...
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SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids

SpaceWeather.com -- News and information about meteor showers, solar flares, auroras, and near-Earth asteroids | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
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Astronomia, meteo e geologia in un breve viaggio fra i canyon dell'Arizona.                     Journey through Canyons from Metron on Vimeo.
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Higgs boson results cause flurry

Higgs boson results cause flurry | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has picked up tantalising fluctuations which might - or might not - be hints of the sought-after Higgs boson particle.
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
A different astronomy and space science
related image is featured each day, along with a brief explanation.
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Daunting space task -- send astronauts to asteroid

Daunting space task -- send astronauts to asteroid | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
With the space shuttle now history, NASA's next great mission is so audacious, the agency's best minds are wrestling with how to pull it off: Send astronauts to an asteroid in less than 15 years.
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Cosmic Bullseye: Auriga’s Wheel

Cosmic Bullseye: Auriga’s Wheel | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
One of the strangest types of galaxies is those known as ring galaxies. Examples of this include Hoag’s Object (shown above), the Cartwheel Galaxy, and AM 0644-741.
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NASA - MAVEN Mission Completes Major Milestone

NASA - MAVEN Mission Completes Major Milestone | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN mission reached a major milestone last week when it successfully completed its Mission Critical Design Review...
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Moon, Pleiades, Aurora

Moon, Pleiades, Aurora | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Went out to capture the Moon and Pleiades rise at 12:42 am cst when just as I was setting up a beautiful Aurora arrived. Taken with a Canon 40D and 140mm lens, 10 second exposure with an ISO of 3200.
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Traveling Through Space and Time in 'Another Earth'

Traveling Through Space and Time in 'Another Earth' | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Multiple universes are all the rage these days, and the new film “Another Earth” explores those crisscrossing worlds.
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NASA - Liberty Bell 7

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Astronaut Gus Grissom climbs into his 'Liberty Bell 7' spacecraft on July 21, 1961. The Mercury-Redstone 4 rocket successfully launched the Liberty Bell 7 at 7:20 a.m. that morning. This was the second in a series of successful U.S.
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Scienzaltro - Astronomia, Cielo, Spazio: Orazio, è vero ! C'e' di tutto sotto il cielo !

Scienzaltro - Astronomia, Cielo, Spazio: Orazio, è vero ! C'e' di tutto sotto il cielo ! | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Orazio, è vero ! C'e' di tutto sotto il cielo !
Dice Shakespeare in una sua famosa tragedia "Ci sono più cose in cielo e in Terra, Orazio, di quanto possa la tua filosofia" (Amleto, atto primo) . E in effetti vedendo questa immagine..... (ingrandiscila è in HD)
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Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Voyages to deep space will originate from shuttle pads

Spaceflight Now | Breaking News | Voyages to deep space will originate from shuttle pads | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Voyages to deep space will originate from shuttle pads
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Mars rover aims for deep crater

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Nasa's next Mars rover will be aimed at one of the Red Planet's deepest depressions - Gale Crater.
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Gallery - The next wave of radio telescopes - Image 1 - New Scientist

Gallery - The next wave of radio telescopes - Image 1 - New Scientist | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
The next wave of radio telescopes
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Can Planets In Roller Coaster Orbits Be Habitable? : Discovery News

Can Planets In Roller Coaster Orbits Be Habitable? : Discovery News | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Can a planet in a elliptical orbit be habitable if it spends only part of its time in a "Goldilocks" zone?
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Taurus II Launch Delayed Two Months at Parabolic Arc

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Space Tourism … and Much More...
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Cosmic Log - Russians: 'It's our space age now'

Cosmic Log - Russians: 'It's our space age now' | Planets, Stars, rockets and Space | Scoop.it
Russian space officials are hailing the end of the space shuttle era as the beginning of the "Soyuz epoch." For at least the next few years, Russian Soyuz craft will serve as the only way to get back and forth from the International Space Station,...
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