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NASA’s new rovers will be a fleet of mobile robots that work together

Each rover will be equipped with a small computer and a radio wireless to collect 3D imagery. Although none of the rover's will be able collect as
Space exploration should aim for peace, collaboration and co-operation, not war and competition
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Space exploration should aim for peace, collaboration and co-operation, not war and competition

A commitment to peaceful cooperation can prevent potential conflicts over space and resources. This article was first published by The Conversation.
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TV tonight: Prof Brian Cox’s thrilling exploration of the cosmos

Universe 9pm, BBC Two Professor Brian Cox's epic exploration of space in five-parter is a short, but sweet, tribute to William Shatner. Episode one
At Mars, China's Tianwen 1 orbiter and Zhurong rover are back in action after a radio blackout
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At Mars, China's Tianwen 1 orbiter and Zhurong rover are back in action after a radio blackout

Zhurong took this panoramic image and released it after the announcement of the close of the solar conjunction period. Image credit: CNSA/PEC After
This Atomic Clock Will Transform Deep Space Exploration
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This Atomic Clock Will Transform Deep Space Exploration

Todd Ely, an astronautical engineer, watched in amazement as a tiny atomic clock that was the size of a four-slice pizza was launched into space
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Rocket men: how billionaires are using celebrities as PR for their space projects

He was Star Trek's Captain James T Kirk. William Shatner, a nonagenarian actor,'s short, thrilling ride around the planet today is less about the
Deep Sea Creature Surprises Researchers Exploring Shipwreck
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Deep Sea Creature Surprises Researchers Exploring Shipwreck

Although it was larger than a person, it wasn't a giant Squid. Photobomb A remotely controlled deep sea vessel was surprised by a large sea creature
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Pioneering astronaut Sally Ride will appear on a limited-run US quarter

Not only countries like Canada are paying tribute to space exploration with their currency, but also other countries. The US Mint unveiled the first
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Race to the bottom: the disastrous blindfolded rush to mine the deep sea

One brief bureaucratic note, from a degraded microstate in South Pacific to an obscure institution in the Caribbean, is about to make a significant
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Can we talk to aliens? And should we colonise space? We ask the expert

Astrophysicists believe that alien life exists for years. However, it has been difficult to determine where or how. A team from Cambridge claims to