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China, Europe jointly test technology for storm satellite

BERLIN (AP) — China and Europe are jointly testing new technology that could help satellites peer through clouds and analyze storms.
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Brilliant Fireball Shakes Southeastern Michigan with 2.0 Earthquake

...A brilliant fireball lit up the night sky over southeastern Michigan Tuesday (Jan. 16), dazzling skywatchers lucky enough to see it.......
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'First to the Moon' Film Seeks Crowd Funds for Apollo 8 50th Anniversary Release

A feature-length documentary about the first humans to fly to the moon needs the public's help to be ready in time for the mission's 50th anniversary in December....
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Russia Says Satellite Launch Failure Due to Programming Error

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Wednesday the failed launch of a 2.6 billion-rouble ($44.95 million) satellite last month was due to an embarrassing programming error....
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Quadrantid Meteor Shower: Odd in Several Ways

The Quadrantids (pronounced KWA-dran-tids) are a meteor shower that happens every January....
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Name That Star! Ancient Cultures Lend Titles to 86 Suns

A star map painting by Bill Yidumduma Harney, senior elder of the Wardaman people, featuring the Milky Way, the moon and ancestor spirits. The International Astronomical Union has unveiled new official names for 86 stars in the sky. Credit: Bill Yidumduma Harney ...
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Nasa finds solar system filled with as many planets as our own

Nasa has found an entire solar system with as many planets as our own....
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Russia Just Lost a Brand New Satellite After Mystery Glitch During Rocket Launch

The launch of Russia’s newest satellite—its second ever from a multibillion-dollar spaceport unveiled last year—has failed to reach target orbit, state news agency Itar-Tass reports....
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Russian Astronaut Says 'Alien Life' Found on Space Station Did Not Come From Earth

... it's too early to say we have found extraterrestrial life: the station has been in orbit for almost two decades and there are plenty of ways microbes could have snuck up since the launch.......
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