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NASA launches a new promotion campaign for the 2020 Mars mission. In the course of this promotional campaign, NASA offers passenger tickets and provides flight points for the people involved in the campaign. Members of the public can get their name on board the Mars 2020 mission along with a souvenir boarding...
The work done over the years has yielded results and a black hole of 6.5 billion times the mass of the Earth was published. We need to get to know Katie Bouman, who has one of the biggest shares in achieving this success, because she is one of the women who changed the course of history.
The interest in space and space travel increases with the influence of the films taken, which in turn leads to the question of how applicable the concepts in such films are. In this article, let's take a look at whether the artificial gravity spacecraft mentioned in Interstellar is logical. As space travel does not...
The history of the question of whether there is life outside the world begins with the history of mankind. However, the greatest serious leap forward was that at the end of the 19th century the astronaut Percival Lowell claimed that he wanted to install channels on Mars. For the first time, he refuses to find a serious...
James Webb Telescope James Edwin Webb is the director of NASA from 1961 to 1968. His contributions to the field of astronomy are now etched into the memory with a living project of his name. Because he was the one who started Apollo programs. Today we discuss the details of...
The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) wasn’t the only powerful device with its gaze fixed upon galaxy Messier 87 (M87) in April 2017. While the EHT was focused on the event horizon of the black hole at the center of M87, NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory was taking a wider view of the same target — and the image produced...
The Moon and the Space Station Five individual frames came together to form a new composite image showing the International Space Station as it passed in front of the moon's face. NASA photographer Joel Kowsky caught the orbiting laboratory transit the moon on March 16 from Chantilly, Virginia. 
The 12 Best Space Movies When we talk about space movies, we come to our mind in this incredible concept: space. From the past to the present, always curious about, our imagination feeds incredible, today we have a lot of information about the concept, space. Although there is...
Beresheet, the lunar lander built by Israeli space nonprofit SpaceIL, crashed into the surface of the moon on Thursday. It would have been the first privately-owned lander on the surface of the moon, and would have made Israel the fourth country to reach the surface of the Moon — but the craft experienced engine failure during its final...
The Event Horizon Telescope, a planet-scale array of eight ground-based radio telescopes forged through international collaboration, captured this image of the supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy M87 and its shadow.(Image: © EHT Collaboration) Black holes drifted out of the shadows at the end. For...

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