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Gurugram villagers left disappointed after 'fallen meteor' turned out to be frozen human poop
The object's yellowish-brown colour and transparent surface led villagers to mistake it for a space rock. Some villagers even took pieces of the rock home and refrigerated it.
SpaceX's three-core Falcon Heavy rocket launch deferred due to US govt shutdown
The US government shutdown has left upcoming launches from NASA and space transport services company SpaceX in limbo.
Asteroid, larger than the tallest structure in world, to skim past Earth next month
The space rock has been dubbed 2002 AJ129 and it's bigger than the half-mile tall Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai.
NASA's small nuclear reactor to power habitat on Mars
This pioneering space fission power system could provide up to 10 kilowatts of electrical power, enough to run two average households, continuously for at least 10 years
Lonely black hole hiding in giant star cluster identified
Astronomers discovered that one of the stars in a global cluster is being flung backwards and forwards at speeds of several hundred thousand kilometres per hour, with the pattern repeating every 167 days.
New paper test can identify contaminated water
The device is easy-to-use and transport, weighing less than one gramme.
Microwaves emit as much carbon dioxide as nearly 7 million cars: Study
Microwaves across the EU consume an estimated 9.4 terawatts per hour (TWh) of electricity every year. This is equivalent to the annual electricity generated by three large gas power plants.
Saturn's moon Titan has 'sea levels' similar to Earth, reveals Cassini
Titan is the only world we know of in our solar system, besides Earth, that has stable liquid on its surface and the latest finding that shows remarkable similarities between the two.
Second giant panda baby born in Malaysia
Xing Xing and Liang Liang, known in China as Feng Yi and Fu Wa, were sent to Malaysia in 2014 to mark the 40th anniversary of bilateral diplomatic relations.
New Earth observation satellite successfully launched by Japan
This was the first launch of a JAXA Epsilon rocket ordered by a private company, a successful concept which the Japanese Aerospace agency hopes will boost this type of order.
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