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Interplanetary Shockwaves From The Sun Identified By NASA

NASA succeeded once again with the help of their satellites to capture for the first time one of the most significant phenomena from outer space. This fact offers them now a better understanding of the solar system. NASA’s latest mission…
Puzzling Lightning Strikes Hit The North Pole

Some places in the world are well known for lightning strikes, but the North Pole is not one of them. Generally, warmer areas show increased signs of lightning storms. But last Saturday puzzling lightning strikes hit the North Pole. The…
ExoMars Lander’s Parachute Fails Another Test

From the looks of things, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Roscosmos State Corporation for Space Activities, in short Roscosmos, are experiencing some delays with their Mars rover mission. A week ago, the two agencies that partnered to send…
Legionnaires’ disease infects dosins in Atlanta

A recent outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in the US has made news headlines. The center point of the disease has been uncovered. Authorities believe that the disease either originated or mainly spread in Atlanta, Georgia at the Sheraton hotel. Hotel…
SpaceX Dragon Mission gets Astronauts in Fancy Suits

Two lucky astronauts will put on the fancy SpaceX black and white spacesuits as preparations are made for the SpaceX Dragon launch. The new craft will probably for launch in 2020, with test flights taking place this year. Astronauts Bob…
“Chernobyl Vodka” Distilled By Scientists

If you are a vodka enthusiast, you will be delighted to find out that scientists have distilled a new artisan “radioactive-free” vodka from Ukraine and the University of Portsmouth led by Professor Jim Smith using ingredients from the Exclusion Zone…