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Opportunity knocked? Rover survives Martian winter, may not survive budget cuts – The Register

The Register
As MER-B, better known as the Opportunity rover, passes the 5,000 sol mark on Mars and approaches the 15th...
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China and Europe love SpaceX’s new Falcon Heavy rocket. Does NASA? – Quartz

When SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket debuted this month, China's aerospace community was mostly envious, noting that their equivalent rocket, the...
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Stunning NASA image of Earth from 40MILLION miles away shows how ALONE we are –
NASA has released an image of Earth from tens of millions of miles away that both eery and stunning -...
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Galaxies like grains of sand, courtesy of Planck – Astronomy Now Online

Astronomy Now Online
The European Space Agency's Planck satellite discovered a remote cluster of galaxies – PLCK G004.5-19.5 – some five...
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Aerial picture reveals progress of Norfolk’s newest children’s hospice – Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
An aerial view from February 8 2018 of the new nook hospice in Framingham Earl for East...