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Three new crewmembers arrived at the International Space Station late Sunday (Nov. 23), doubling the orbiting lab's population back up to its full six-person strength.
Our solar system has a handful of bodies exhibiting some strange, highly elliptical orbits. Are they being pulled by a massive planet WAY out there beyond Neptune? Amy Shira Teitel examines what might be causing these objects to behave so oddly.
A United Nations team has been deliberating over the years regarding the gathering and analysis of near-Earth object (NEO) data.
A strange flow of charged hydrogen atoms around an exoplanet turns out to be stellar winds from its parent star.
NASA engineers think they have figured out a better way to both navigate and communicate far out in deep space.
Some space analysts wonder if Object 2014-28E could be part of a Russian anti-satellite program.
The Philae comet-lander has found traces of organic molecules on the surface of the comet 67P.
A survey of 93 quasars spread out over billions of light years shows the supermassive black holes in their cores are spinning in alignment, a hint that current models of the universe may be missing key data. Continue reading â†’
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