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Musk's SpaceX Poised to Fly Astronauts Before Boeing, NASA Says

The Starliner and Crew Dragon will launch American astronauts on American-made spacecraft from American soil to the International Space Station for the first time since NASA retired its Space Shuttle Program in 2011. Two companies have NASA contracts to provide flights to the ISS between 2019 and 2024: SpaceX and Boeing (ba). SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket . According to Investor's Business Daily , it looks like Elon Musk's company might beat Boeing to the punch and be the first to ...

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Life on Mars? - Giant liquid water lake found under Martian ice - Ireland

Also, since Mars orbits in a much more elliptical pattern, its distance to the Earth and the sun can vary quite a bit during its orbit. At its closest point beginning Friday night, the Red Planet will be 35.8 million miles away but will remain at peak brightness through August 3.

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Giuliani: 'I want you to hear' Cohen tapes

Cohen lawyer Guy Petrillo did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment. First, CNN obtained a recording of a conversation between Cohen and Trump from 2016 discussing how they would buy the rights to a Playboy model's story about an alleged affair.

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Mars makes closest approach to Earth in 15 years

In 2003, Mars and Earth were the closest in almost 60,000 years at 34.6 million miles (55.7 million km) apart. For about two months between July 7 and September 7, Mars will glow even brighter, outshining Jupiter and earning the title of the fourth-brightest object in Earth's sky after Venus, the moon , and the sun.

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How to watch the July 2018 "blood moon" online

The July 27, 2018 , lunar eclipse will put the moon fully in Earth's shadow for 1 hour, 42 minutes, and 57 seconds. Meanwhile, Mars is now traveling closer to Earth than it has since 2003, so some observers overnight might have also seen what looked like an orange-red star, but was in fact the red planet.

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Keep an eye out for the longest lunar eclipse this July

Although the moon is uninhabitable today, we can not definitively rule out that it has never harbored life in the past, according to a couple of American and British astrobiologists who recently published an article on the subject matter in the journal Astrobiology .


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