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Underground lake found on Mars by Italian researchers

There is already ample evidence that Mars likely had an environment that would have been friendly to life as we know it, long in the past. Mars long ago was warmer and wetter, possessing significant bodies of water, as evidenced by dry lake beds and river valleys on its surface.

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Trump looks to end Obama-era emissions regulations

The Trump administration will reportedly seek to revoke California's authority to regulate automotive emissions , including the state's mandate for EV sales. "We have the law on our side, as well as the people of the country and the people of the world", Dan Sperling, a member of California's Air Resources Board, told Bloomberg .

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2nd lunar eclipse of 2018 is 21st century’s longest

It will last for 103 minutes, or 1 hour and 43 minutes, making it the longest eclipse of the 21st century. The Earth's shadow during a lunar eclipse is so big that the moon is immersed in it for over an hour. "We are in the era of the apocalypse and this blood moon, which will be the longest blood moon of this century, is happening in the 70th year of Israel being a nation".

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SpaceX launches Telstar satellite on block 5 Falcon 9

Part of the reason we've gone so long without seeing a SpaceX landing is that the company has been trying to get rid of its excess Block 4 rockets by refusing to land them back on Earth. "The pre-launch agreements Telesat has secured with Hughes and Bell Canada, combined with strong interest from other leading satellite service providers across the Americas and Atlantic, confirm that Telstar 19 VANTAGE delivers superior performance and value for today's bandwidth intensive applications", ...

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One giant sale: Neil Armstrong’s collection goes to auction

The Armstrongs turned to Sarasota, Florida-based Collectibles Authentication Guaranty for help with preserving and authenticating the artifacts and memorabilia and chose Heritage Auctions for the sales. "Space is one of the very, very few categories that every single person seems to be interested in", Rohan said in a statement. Four days and 386 242,56km later, at 4.18pm EDT on 20 July, the Apollo 11 craft touched down on the southwestern edge of the Sea of Tranquility.

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Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin launches spacecraft higher than ever

During that test, the spacecraft's emergency motor was sacked 45 seconds into the flight, at an altitude of 16,000 feet (4,876 meters), slamming the rocket booster with 70,000 pounds of thrust and forceful exhaust. Executives at the company, which was started by Bezos in 2000, said the company planned to launch test flights beginning next year, Reuters reported.


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