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Japanese billionaire invites 8 lunar travelers

Japanese billionaire Maezawa announced that he would pay eight people to travel with him around the Moon, scheduled to depart in 2023.

Japanese billionaire Maezawa announced that he would pay eight people to travel with him around the Moon, scheduled to depart in 2023.

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SpaceX just successfully raised $850 million

Elon Musk's SpaceX just successfully raised $850 million, pushing up the valuation to 74 billion USD.

Elon Musk's SpaceX just successfully raised $850 million, pushing up the valuation to 74 billion USD.

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Elon Musk wants to send humans to Mars by 2026

Billionaire Elon Musk recently expressed his great ambition to send humans to Mars by 2026, ahead of the 2033 goal of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

Billionaire Elon Musk recently expressed his great ambition to send humans to Mars by 2026, ahead of the 2033 goal of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

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NASA is counting down every second until its spacecraft successfully lands on the surface of Mars

Mars 2020 Mission prepares for the pivotal moment on February 18, and NASA is counting down every second until the spacecraft successfully lands on the surface of Mars.

Mars 2020 Mission prepares for the pivotal moment on February 18, and NASA is counting down every second until the spacecraft successfully lands on the surface of Mars.

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A flight into space for $200 million fundraiser

Jared Isaacman - An American billionaire has spent a large amount of money to buy the space flight package of the company SpaceX and plans to recruit 3 more companions on this trip.

Jared Isaacman - An American billionaire has spent a large amount of money to buy the space flight package of the company SpaceX and plans to recruit 3 more companions on this trip.

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South Korea invests $41 million in space research and surveillance

The Defense Industrial Technology Center (DITC) of the State of Korea, on January 27, said that the country will invest 45 billion won ($41 million) over the next five years to develop new generation technologies, to track and monitor space objects.

The Defense Industrial Technology Center (DITC) of the State of Korea, on January 27, said that the country will invest 45 billion won ($41 million) over the next five years to develop new generation technologies, to track and monitor space objects.

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The world's first private space travel charges a fee of $55 million/passenger

On January 26, US space company Axiom Space introduced the world's first private space travel, with the participation of three passengers.  Each of them will be charged a fee of $55 million for the flight with a SpaceX rocket.

On January 26, US space company Axiom Space introduced the world's first private space travel, with the participation of three passengers.  Each of them will be charged a fee of $55 million for the flight with a SpaceX rocket.

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SpaceX launches a record 143 satellites from a single rocket

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket has put 143 satellites into orbit, setting a new world record for the most-satellite rocket.

SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket has put 143 satellites into orbit, setting a new world record for the most-satellite rocket.

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The furthest distance quasar ever that hides an incredibly sized supermassive black hole is found

In a groundbreaking discovery, the scientists found a quasar at the furthest distance ever (more than 13 billion years), and it is hiding an incredibly sized super black hole.

In a groundbreaking discovery, the scientists found a quasar at the furthest distance ever (more than 13 billion years), and it is hiding an incredibly sized super black hole.

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Supermassive black holes might be a deep hole that helps humans go through space and time

Astrophysicists have suggested that some of the supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies could act as a 'deep hole', linking two parts of distant universe together.

Astrophysicists have suggested that some of the supermassive black holes in the centers of galaxies could act as a 'deep hole', linking two parts of distant universe together.

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Scary warning about finding aliens

While many experts are trying to find the whereabouts of aliens, there are some scientists that discourage us from trying to meet and communicate with that mysterious creature. Why is that?

While many experts are trying to find the whereabouts of aliens, there are some scientists that discourage us from trying to meet and communicate with that mysterious creature. Why is that?

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NASA experts reveal the key to help humans dominate the galaxy

What is the key to help humans dominate the galaxy? NASA experts revealed it at below.

What is the key to help humans dominate the galaxy? NASA experts revealed it at below.

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NASA uses AI robot dog Au-Spot to explore caves on Mars

AI-integrated robot dog Au-Spot is being used by NASA to collect samples, explore dangerous terrains on Mars. 

AI-integrated robot dog Au-Spot is being used by NASA to collect samples, explore dangerous terrains on Mars. 

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The Earth is closer to a super black hole than we think

New data on the Milky Way galaxy map has redefined our Solar System's location.  Specifically, not only is the distance close to the galactic center and the supermassive Sagittarius A * black hole, our Solar System also travels faster in orbit.

New data on the Milky Way galaxy map has redefined our Solar System's location.  Specifically, not only is the distance close to the galactic center and the supermassive Sagittarius A * black hole, our Solar System also travels faster in orbit.

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NASA harvests fresh radishes grown in space for the 1st time.

NASA successfully planted radishes in space and its astronauts have harvested fresh radishes which have a delicious taste for the first time.

NASA successfully planted radishes in space and its astronauts have harvested fresh radishes which have a delicious taste for the first time.

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Scientists reveal evidence of aliens living on Mars

The groundbreaking new study has revealed that alien microbes may have thrived under the Red Planet's surface billions of years ago, and the ice could have melted 4 billion years ago when the sun was about 25% dimmer than it is today.

The groundbreaking new study has revealed that alien microbes may have thrived under the Red Planet's surface billions of years ago, and the ice could have melted 4 billion years ago when the sun was about 25% dimmer than it is today.

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The universe is like a giant brain - scientists find

Two Italian astrophysicist and neurosurgeon Franco Vazza and Alberto Feletti teamed up to compare similarities between the universe and networks of neurons in the brain.

While the scales are completely different, the structures of the universe and the human brain have been found to be surprisingly similar, with one side being the universe and the galaxies, the other the brain and nerve cells.

Two Italian astrophysicist and neurosurgeon Franco Vazza and Alberto Feletti teamed up to compare similarities between the universe and networks of neurons in the brain.

While the scales are completely different, the structures of the universe and the human brain have been found to be surprisingly similar, with one side being the universe and the galaxies, the other the brain and nerve cells.

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5 strongest storms in world history

The strongest storms in the history of the world have caused devastating consequences for people and property.

The strongest storms in the history of the world have caused devastating consequences for people and property.

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The about to explode strange object is closer to Earth than imagined

The strange object that is about to explode has the size of 764 of the Sun, is closer to Earth than imagined.

The strange object that is about to explode has the size of 764 of the Sun, is closer to Earth than imagined.

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