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Mars The Lonely Planet

NASA's probe curiosity has confirmed the presence of organic matter located just beneath the Martian surface. It has long been speculated that Mars did in fact have some form of


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Category: Space Probes

Mars The Lonely Planet


Re Discovering The Pleiades

Many people refer to these star clusters as the Seven Sisters or Messier 45. This particular beautiful system of star clusters are easy to find and can be seen with


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Category: Night Sky Constellations

Re Discovering The Pleiades


Can Our Sun Influence Lightning Formation on Earth?

Although the triggers that cause lightning to form is not fully understood. However there is strong evidence to suggest that some lightning strikes are triggered by outside forces. The sun


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Category: Sun

Can Our Sun Influence Lightning  Formation on Earth?


Barrier No-Go Zone

Recent research conducted in the US have discovered what seems to be an almost impenetrable barrier located some 11,000 km above the Earth. This particular barrier forms a protective barrier


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Category: Life

Barrier No-Go Zone


In A galaxy Far Far Away

A spiral galaxy very much like our own Milky Way galaxy, but it looks radically different from our own. This particular spiral galaxy known as J1649 2635 was located some


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Category: Cosmic Objects

In A galaxy Far Far Away


Mystery Martian Riddle a Bit of a Fiddle ?

Researchers have been down this road before. A meteorite found previously in Antarctica in 1984 named ALH84001, was reported to have contained some biological origins. Scientists undertook microscopic analysis ofALH84001


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Category: Life

Mystery Martian Riddle a Bit of a Fiddle ?


Our Daily Sun

There is no doubt, that our sun is vital to our existence. The sun is partly responsible for our climate weather patterns and servers as our gravitational anchor point. For


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Category: Sun

Our Daily Sun


Mission to Pluto

The long-awaited mission to Pluto will hopefully come to fruition in July 2015. Although the spacecraft, called New Horizons has many months to go before it reaches the dwarf icy


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Category: Planets

Mission to Pluto


Is this Star The Oldest Star In The Universe ?

Astronomers at the Australian National University claimed to have discovered perhaps the oldest star in our known universe. The star has an unusual name, well it is more like a


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Category: Stars

Is this Star The Oldest Star In The Universe ?


The Annual Meteor Shower

This week will mark the peak of the annual Leonid meteor shower. Meteor fragment come from comet 55P/ Temple-Tuttle. It take about 30 years for comet 55P/ Temple-Tuttle to orbit


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Category: Cosmic Objects

The Annual Meteor Shower


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