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Neil Armstrong : The First Man to walk on Moon

Neil Armstrong Pose Credits- NASA Neil Armstrong full name Neil Alden Armstrong born August 5, 1930 in Wapakoneta, Ohio, USA is an American astronaut and the first to set foot on the moon. [19659003] Early Life Credit- NASA Neil Alden Armstrong was the son of Stephen Koenig Armstrong and Viola Louise Engel. His father was an auditor for the Ohio …

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Extremely rare blue diamonds lurk deep in Earth’s core

The rarest diamonds on Earth have been forged hundreds of kilometers under its surface, scientists announced Thursday A team of Australian and US geologists and gemologists have analyzed 46 blue diamonds, including one from South Africa that has sold for $ 25 million in 2016, to determine that precious gems are formed at depths of 410 miles below the Earth's …

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Mars and Saturn Are Ready for Their Close-ups

Saturn may be photogenic, but Mars is our closest neighbor. As the planet approached the closest point to the Earth, Hubble looked. Yes, those summer dust storms are raging, and the clouds of swirling red particles are in stark contrast to the bright white polar hoods. But also the cameos in the image are the two moons of Mars, Phobos …

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Commercial Spaceships Are Like ‘Driving an iPhone,’ New Astronaut Says

Turns on the display inside the space shuttle during a demonstration test. Credit: NASA Nine astronauts have new travel plans aboard commercial space capsules, with their mission assignments announced today (August 3). Five of those astronauts flew aboard the last series of US spaceships to travel to the International Space Station (ISS), spacecraft. But while the newly announced crews are …

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Chandrayaan-2 to launch in December, Israel may pip India in race

The ambitious Chandrayaan-2 Indian mission, scheduled for the first week of October, has been postponed to December, according to an ISRO source. The mission, originally scheduled for April 23 of this year, has been postponed for the second time. Even with Israel planning to launch a lunar mission in December, it will be a competition between Tel Aviv and New …

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Sydney meteor: Glowing fireball streaks through city sky

The incredible moment when a meteor flashes across the night sky over Sydney and leaves the locals bewildered The inhabitants of Sydney were left bewildered after witnessing the flashes of meteors in the sky Meteor was seen in New South Wales around 6:30 pm last night Some said that the meteoric striations went from bright orange to green According to …

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Space Craft is back with season 2

Since I can remember, I dreamed of going into space. And as a reporter who focuses on space flight, I came to learn how much work is needed for a human being to free himself from the gravity of the Earth. It takes an army of engineers, scientists, astronauts and more to put people in orbit, and it will take …

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Where, when to look for Perseid meteor shower in August 2018

Get ready to look up in the sky: the best meteorite of the year is coming. According to NASA meteorite expert Bill Cooke, the fireball-rich Perseids are coming, with the best vision on the nights of July 11-13 of this year, told to Space.Com. The Perseid meteor shower is an August treat every year because the Earth passes through a …

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