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Space X Starship 9 Explodes During Test Flight

Space X Flight Test on February 2, 2021 at Boca Chica, Texas Spaceship Starship 9 of the Space X company exploded today during a test flight at the company’s space port in Boca Chica, Texas near the border with Mexico. The Space X team was carrying out a test climb to 10 km and testing…
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Sedna, 2012 VP113, And the Lost Orb Planet X

Astronomers, astrophysicists, astrobiologists, geologists, and other scientists have long looked for a Super Earth as an answer to perturbations in the orbits of the outer Solar Sytem planets. They have looked for an unknown X planet, hence “Planet X.” As a result of this search the outer Solar Sytem has been expanding its limits to…
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Sedna, 2012 VP113 y el elusivo orbe llamado Planeta X

Astrónomos, astrofísicos, astrobiólogos, geólogos y otros científicos han buscado por mucho tiempo una Súper Tierra que dé respuesta a las perturbaciones en las órbitas de los planetas del Sistema Solar exterior. Los científicos han buscado un planeta desconocido, de ahí el término “Planeta X”. Como resultado de su búsqueda, el Sistema Solar ha expandido sus…
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Planet X May Be Out There After All

Planet X May Be Out There Planet X has made it to the headlines again. Planet X is the assumed massive planet that may be the cause of perturbations in the orbits of outer [dwarf] planets like Sedna. Space news websites such as Space dot com are now publishing this research by Carlos De La…
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Tragedy Strikes Virgin Galactic

Space Ship Two Crash Lands A failed sub-orbital flight of a Virgin Galactic spacecraft left one pilot dead and one injured. The spacecraft, Space Ship Two, had detached from its carrier plane White Knight which landed safely. Space Ship Two was supposed to achieve sub-orbital flight but the spacecraft experienced anomalies that caused it to…
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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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Will the Mars Science Laboratory Suffer the Phobos Effect?

Up to this point we had been amazed by the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) nicknamed Curiosity. Even after the project manager had announced an unprecedented discovery  late 2012  and later retracted. [A common attitude of space scientists under the grasp of the official agency and its subsidiaries.]  Despite the disappointment, the MSL robot continued its work on…
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Planetary Resources, Inc. to Mine Asteroids

It looks amazing that finally there’s someone with a vision towards the future. Planetary Resources, Inc. will officially announce April 24, 2012 their plans to mine near Earth asteroids. The company aims at getting metals that are expensive and hard to obtain on Earth such as Platinum.