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Forum: SETI September 8th 20, 09:15 PM Posted to sci.astro.seti
Replies: 0
Views: 319
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Scientists Search 10 Million Stars, See No Signs of Alien Civilization

Comb The Desert

A team of scientists hunting for extraterrestrial civilizations just
scanned 10 million stars - and came back with nothing.

Scientists at Australia';s Curtin University and CSIRO...
Forum: SETI September 8th 20, 07:25 PM Posted to sci.astro.seti,alt.satellite
Replies: 0
Views: 97
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
[en] Germany eyes space satellite launchpad in North Sea

The German government considers creating an offshore launchpad for
satellites.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-54070759

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Arte-Cultura-Lusofonia
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Forum: SETI September 2nd 20, 11:16 PM Posted to sci.astro.seti
Replies: 0
Views: 92
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
SETI Team Increases Number of Stars That Might Host Life by 200x

Branching Out

The search for extraterrestrial life just got a whole lot more
expansive - a team of scientists keeping an ear out for alien
transmissions just ballooned their operation to examine...
Forum: Astronomy Misc June 9th 20, 03:09 AM Posted to sci.astro
Replies: 0
Views: 153
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
Astronomers Record Signal Coming From Deep Space Every 157 Days

A team of astronomers have discovered a new "fast radio burst" (FRB)
signal, Space.com reports - mysterious flashes of millisecond-wave
energy,*coming from distance space, that repeat every 157...
Forum: History May 31st 20, 08:15 PM Posted to sci.space.history
Replies: 0
Views: 339
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
On This Day in Space! May 31, 1990: Kristall module launches to Mir Space Station

On May 31, 1990, the Soviet Union launched a new module to the Mir
space station. See how it happened in our On This Day in Space video...
Forum: Space Station May 30th 20, 01:08 AM Posted to sci.space.station
Replies: 0
Views: 1,445
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
SpaceX launch: Nasa astronauts set for second try

Rocket company SpaceX will make a second attempt in the coming hours to
get Nasa astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken into orbit.

Their flight to the International Space Station (ISS) on...
Forum: Misc September 10th 18, 11:42 PM Posted to alt.astronomy
Replies: 3
Views: 283
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
New NASA Planet Hunter May Find 10,000 Alien Worlds in Just Two Years

NASA's newest planet-hunting telescope is hard at work gathering its
first data — but just how many planets might it hunt down?

According to new estimates put together by scientists on the team...
Forum: Misc September 8th 18, 07:48 PM Posted to alt.astronomy
Replies: 0
Views: 134
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
Two Small Asteroids Are Buzzing Earth This Weekend. See One Live Tonight!

A newfound near-Earth asteroid will buzz the Earth at a range closer
than the moon on Sunday (Sept. 9), and you can watch its approach in a
live webcast tonight (Sept. 8). The flyby will come on...
Forum: Misc September 8th 18, 06:48 PM Posted to alt.astronomy
Replies: 13
Views: 408
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
Behold, the Milky Way! Our Galaxy Glitters in This Spectacular Photo

The starry arc of the Milky Way galaxy sprawls across the evening sky
on a spring night in this photo captured near the village of Campinho
in Portugal's Dark Sky Alqueva Reserve....
Forum: Astronomy Misc September 7th 18, 07:33 PM Posted to alt.planets.mars,sci.astro
Replies: 1
Views: 286
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
Curiosity Rover Snaps Gorgeous Panoramic Selfie on Mars Mountain (Photo)

NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has snapped a view of itself and its
exotic, colorful Red Planet surroundings in a single glorious,
360-degree shot.

Curiosity took the panoramic photo on Aug. 9,...
Forum: History September 6th 18, 12:23 AM Posted to sci.space.history
Replies: 0
Views: 1,393
Posted By Internetado[_3_]
Delta II: End of an era

Delta II: End of an era (James Michael Knauf))

Later this month the venerable Delta II rocket will lift off for the final
time, carrying a NASA satellite. James...
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