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Author: J.J. Del Mar

New Galaxy Map

New Milky Way Galaxy Map A new cosmic map has been released by astronomers. The new galaxy map shows the Milky Way as part of a larger system of galaxies or a supercluster called Laniakea. These superclusters of galaxies are spread throughout the universe with dark voids filling up the rest of the space. The…
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Space X Falcon 9 R Explosion

Space X Falcon 9 R Explosion on Video Something went wrong with the launch of a Falcon 9 R rocket last Friday. The video of its explosion was aired this weekend by local TV. The rocket was launched from Space X facility near McGregor, Texas. The American company has not released any technical information related…
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Is the United States At Risk Of Losing Russia’s Support In Space?

The following RT Video debates the need of a US-made large rocket engine. While being the only country that has placed man on the moon, the United States is still unable to produce an engine rocket that is powerful enough to place large cargo in orbit, leave alone man on another planet. It is in…
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What’s Next for China?

China The latest lunar landing by any country has been made. China’s lunar rover, Yutu [Jade Rabbit], has touched the surface of the moon. Only America (The United States) and Russia (the USSR) had achieved such a success with their space programs. China’s apparent lunar landing  raises the question of what  they’ll do next. Will…
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c/2012 S1 ISON – Approach To Mars

Comet ISON is racing towards the inner solar system. This is the comet astronomers had said back in 2012 it would become “brighter than the moon”.  October 1, 2013 is when ISON begins its close approach to Mars and from there to Earth on its first approach to our planet. We will see how the…
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