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Snowball Exoplanets Might Be Better for Life Than We Thought - Universe Today
Some exoplanets are snowballs. The oceans are completely frozen and they seem like unlikely places for life. But a new study says, "Not so fast..."

Another European heatwave, another link to climate change - Ars Technica
Not to sound like a broken record, but Europe broke records again.

NASA shock: Apollo can no longer take us to the Moon but Elon Musk and SpaceX can -
NASA’S Apollo programme safely delivered the first man to the Moon in 1969 but moving forward the future of spaceflight rests in the hands of Elon Musk and SpaceX, the Chairman of Parliament for the world’s first space nation has claimed.

Hubble photo shows what a side view of the Milky Way might look like - Mashable
It's always a good time to gaze at photos of outer space.

Apollo rocks show the moon is 100 million years older than previously thought - Digital Trends
The moon is 100 million years old than we thought, according to a new study from the University of Cologne's Institute of Geology and Mineralogy. Previously, the moon was thought to have formed 150 million years after the Solar System was formed. But the new …

Planet GJ 357 d: Potentially habitable super-Earth discovered - CBS News
31 light years away, a new planet has been found by NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite

Asteroid danger: Neil deGrasse Tyson warns of ‘harbinger of doom’ space rock threat -
ASTROPHYSICIST Neil deGrasse Tyson has warned of “harbinger of doom” asteroids threatening to wipe out all life on Earth.

Moon landing SHOCK: Neil Armstrong admitted to launchpad 'sham' 14 years ago in interview -
NEIL Armstrong stepped out onto the Apollo 11 launchpad 50 years ago today with a thumb bravely up in the air but the astronaut has incredibly revealed in a resurfaced interview the public display 'was a little bit of a sham'.

Scientists Unveil New Form of Gold That Could Be Found at Earth's Centre - Study - Sputnik International
The newly discovered varieties of the precious metal are expected to seriously impact many experiments, that use gold as a calibration standard due to the earlier perceived stability of its structure.

Why Is There So Much Oil in the Arctic? - Live Science
Beneath the Arctic lie billions of barrels of oil. But as the international energy race intensifies, we wonder, how did all that oil get there in the first place?

Kansas Wetlands Education Center plans party to greet Perseids falling to Earth - Salina Post
GREAT BEND, Kan. – August means that the Perseid Meteor Shower is coming, and at the Kansas Wetlands Education Center ...Read More.

Cape Canaveral could see 2 launches in 1 week - WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
The launch is a re-over of sorts for SpaceX after the another SpaceCom satellite was destroyed in 2016.

Saturn bombshell: NASA's groundbreaking theory over rings revealed – 'Evolving!' -
NASA has a groundbreaking theory over how Saturn got its rings, and it may not have been a pretty process, a documentary has revealed.

NASA Receives Surprising Data From Its Parker Solar Probe About The Sun - Great Lakes Ledger
At this moment in time, there is a very small craft buzzing around the Sun as a mosquito would be...

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