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Space Agencies – Moon Landing & Mars Mission

There are many agencies involved in space travel and exploration. The main agencies in the continued discovery of the cosmos are: NASA, USA’s space agency; NASA stands for The National Aeronautics and Space Administration. RFSA, Russia’s space agency; Roscosmos stands

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Searching For Life – Part 1

Are we alone if the universe? Is there any life out there beyond Earth? If so, why haven't we found other life yet? There are so many questions in the search for life in our galaxy and the wider universe.

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Searching For Life – Part 2

In this section we are going to continue the search for life outside of our own planet, and we are also going to ask the question. What if we are alone in the whole universe?   Ever since great minds

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SETI (Search For Extra Terrestrial Intelligence)

As we continue on our journey to find life outside of our planet, we really need to have a group of people on earth who's jobs are just completely dedicated to the search for extra terrestrial intelligence.   Luckily we do. This group of

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Are We Alone In The Universe

Are we alone in the universe. ? This is good question, and it deserves a good answer! In this section on space exploration, we have learned about all of the things that make space travel possible, which allows us to try

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Parker Solar Probe

Have you heard of the 'Parker Solar Probe' ? It's a new spacecraft that has been launched by NASA, (National Aeronautics & Space Administration) and it is very exciting. The mission of the probe is to get closer to the sun than any other probe has ever been

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NASA

What is NASA & what does NASA stand for? Do you want to know more about NASA? OK, please read on, and learn the answers to the questions, along with some fun facts about NASA.   On this website, there are many references

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5 Amazing Discoveries Made Through Radio Telescopes

When it comes to telescopes, it's more common to hear about the optical rather than radio ones. Optical telescopes work by collecting light and bouncing it towards what's being looked at through the eyepiece. As reviewed by Telescopic Watch, Celestron

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