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NASA's skywatching tips for December include a meteor shower

NASA's skywatching tips for December include a meteor shower and the chance to spot a passing asteroid with the naked eye.

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Animation depicts first launch of Europe's next-gen rocket

Arianespace has shared an animation showing what the first launch of Europe's next-generation heavy-lift Ariane 6 rocket will look like.

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Life On Earth May Have Its Roots In Deep Space, Suggests New Research

The ingredients for life may have formed in interstellar space alongside stars or planets, according to new research by chemists.

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Unique star system with six planets in geometric formation

Astronomers have discovered a star system in which six planets orbit one star in an elaborate geometrical pattern due to a phenomenon called orbital resonance.

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Hubble Space Telescope is in safe mode due to a gyro problem

The Hubble Space Telescope has a problem with its hardware and is currently in safe mode, with science operations paused until the fault can be corrected.

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Rocky planets could form in extreme radiation environment

The James Webb Space Telescope investigated a disk that could be forming rocky planets, even though nearby massive stars are pumping out significant radiation.

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NASA's Artemis III moon landing likely years behind schedule: Report

The Artemis program was started in 2017 with the goal of sending astronauts back to the Moon and possibly Mars but has faced delays since its inception.

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New deep space radar will transform UK security

New deep space radar will transform UK security - get the latest breaking news, showbiz & celebrity photos, sport news & rumours, viral videos and top stories from Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday newspapers.

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