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Finally we know when the Milky Way will collapse in Andromeda's galaxy

(Digital India) Our Milky Way galaxy will survive in its present form a little longer than some astronomers have thought, according to a new study. The new study, based on observations made by the European space ship Gaia, is expected to reach billions of years. Some well-known past estimates predicted that the catastrophe would happen significantly earlier, for about 3.9 …

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The latest Ultima Thule images of New Horizons reveal a true form

Given the vast space of space, it is no surprise that we know very little about it. Most of the time we can only make assumptions based on the images of terrestrial telescopes and several orbital satellites that have captured celestial objects that have reached several spacecrafts. While New Horizons did not make its historic flight to Pluto, we finally …

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Scientists from NASA discover a planet with scammers that caused the invasion of the solar system Science | News

The solar system currently consists of four planets of mostly silicate rocks or metals, including Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. These planets have a solid surface that makes them considerably different from larger "gas giant planets", which are mainly composed of a combination of hydrogen, helium and water, existing in different physical states. But NASA scientists John Chambers and Jack …

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Current boundary wall plans will split the SpaceX launch site into two

Facepalm: Among SpaceX's facilities, Texas's launch site is one of the most important – there they will test and plan the first piloted mission to Mars. So, surprised when the Democrats noticed that the launch site had literally a wall in the middle of the internal security map. President Trump's wall will redirect most of the land along the southern …

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Ultima Thule is still strange

The farthest object that our species ever visited, a cosmic rock called 2014 MU69, is less snowing than the scientists previously thought of. NASA took off its New Horizons probe from the rock called Ultima Thule, four miles from Earth, New Year's Eve. New horizons flew 2,200 miles from MU69, traveling at a speed of 32,200 mph. Flying allowed scientists …

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The Hubble shows just how stormy Uranus will come in the summer

NASA has released new photos this week, showing how the 42-year-old summer of Uranus is delivering a lot of blows, while Neptune is also struggling with thousands of storms of storms. Source: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (NASA Goddard Space Center) and MH Wong and A. Hsu (University of California, Berkeley ) Thanks to the extreme slope of Uranus – the …

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Tale of two colliding exoplanets space

<! – -> Computer simulation of 2 colliding planets Earth mass. The temperature range of the material is represented by 4 colors – gray, orange, yellow and red, where the gray is the coolest and the red is the hottest. Image by Zoe Leinhardt / Thomas Denman / Bristol University Exoplanets have been discovered by the thousands in recent years, …

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