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Astronomers find dust-obscured stars in a distant galaxy

Space scientists spot galaxy in the distant universe forming new dwarfs at a surprisingly high rate.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 – Astronomers claim that they have spotted unexpected, dust-obscured stars in a distant galaxy. Alexandra Pope and colleagues at the University of Massachusetts report that...
29 March 2017 -
H. Saeed

Are aliens sending us strange messages? Astronomers say yes

Space scientists claim that aliens are sending us strange messages. They want to say something.
Astronomers claim that strange messages coming from the sky are from aliens. According to experts at the Université Laval, it is too early to say anything about the purpose of these signals coming...
17 March 2017 -
H. Tahir

The case for building a space nfrastructure

Cheap and reliable transportation from the Earth to the moon and beyond
With the Donald Trump administration infrastructure building has become all the rage again. Trump has promised to spend a lot of money fixing roads and bridges, upgrading air ports as well as canals...
2 March 2017 -
M. Whittington
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    Two space tourists could travel around the moon in 2018, with the help of SpaceX and NASA.
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    1 March 2017
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