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Repeating radio signal from space fires back up on predicted schedule
Back in June, astronomers discovered a hidden pattern within seemingly-random radio signals from space. Based on years of data, it was predicted that the next bursts of activity should flare up around August – and now those signals have come through, right on schedule. The discovery could help us unravel the mystery of these Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs).
Bacteria could survive travel between Earth and Mars when forming aggregates
Tanpopo mission addresses the possibility of natural interplanetary transport of microbial life called panspermia.
Moonstruck 'aroma sculptor' builds scent from space
He may never have pulled on a spacesuit or flown in a shuttle but that has not stopped Frenchman Michael Moisseeff from reaching for the stars.
Iran attains full space technology cycle despite US sanctions: ISA chief
In spite of the US sanctions imposed against the Islamic Republic of Iran, the country achieved a complete space technology cycle in the intentional arena, said Iranian Space Agency (ISA) Chief Morteza Barari.
Biggest cosmic explosion ever detected left huge dent in space
The biggest cosmic explosion on record has been detected – an event so powerful that it punched a dent the size of 15 Milky Ways in the surrounding space.
Scientists detect ‘unknown’ burst of gravitational waves in space
Scientists think they have detected an "unknown or unanticipated" burst of gravitational waves coming from somewhere deep in space.
A decade on Earth captured from space
The biggest news events of the past decade have been chronicled from space.
NASA scientists detect huge thermonuclear blast deep in space
NASA recently detected a massive thermonuclear explosion coming from outer space.
42 years on, Voyager 2 charts interstellar space through data from beyond solar bubble
A probe launched by NASA four days after Elvis died has delivered a treasure trove of data from beyond the “solar bubble” that envelops Earth and our neighboring planets, scientists reported Monday.
Minister: Iran to send astronaut into space
Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi announced on Saturday Iran will send an astronaut into space in the future in cooperation with other countries.
Iran dismisses US claims on space activities, ballistic missiles
Iran's Ambassador to the UN Majid Takht-Ravanchi rejected as baseless allegations by the US permanent representative to the world body over Iran space activities and ballistic missiles, according to IRNA.
India loses communication with unmanned Moon lander
India's space agency said it lost touch Saturday with its Vikram lunar lander as it made its final approach to the south pole of the Moon to deploy a rover to search for signs of water.
Iran dismisses US space sanctions as ‘ineffective’
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday downplayed as “ineffective” the US recent sanctions on the Iran’s space program, saying Washington’s extreme use of economic leverage will gradually threaten its economic might.

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