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First-Ever Picture of the Milky Way’s Black Hole

Scientists have recently released a long-awaited picture of the black hole in our galaxy, the Milky Way. The name of… Read More

This Week in History: April 10-16

“The pull, the attraction of history, is in our human nature. What makes us tick? Why do we do what… Read More

Weekly Snapshot: Collisions and Discoveries

Big Business Shuns Russia Over Ukraine Invasion The US and European marketplace protests Russia by refusing to do business there…. Read More

A Lot Is Happening On and Around the Moon

The Moon, with a diameter of roughly 2,160 miles, is the Earth’s only natural satellite. For years, scientists have studied… Read More

James Webb Telescope Heads to Deep Space

The James Webb Space Telescope is the largest and most powerful telescope ever built. It was launched into space on… Read More

US Military Starts New UFO Research Group

Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) have mystified mankind for a long time – have alien spacecraft visited our planet, or do… Read More

First Movie Filmed in Space Successful

If you’re a science fiction fan, then the idea of being able to go into space is probably thrilling. Recently,… Read More

SpaceX Completes First Civilian Trip to Space

The first private “amateur astronaut” team to launch into space and orbit Earth has successfully completed its trip. The Inspiration4… Read More

Could There be Life on Venus?

Scientists are hoping to return to the moon and colonize Mars in the next few years – but another of… Read More

Six Billion ‘Earth-like’ Planets in the Milky Way Galaxy?

The Milky Way galaxy is estimated to be about 100,000 lightyears across and 12 billion years old. Think that’s big?… Read More

India’s Moon Landing –  Small Success, Big Failure

India has landed a machine on the moon, but the country’s attempts to make a successful moon landing may have… Read More