Category Archive: Space

The dark side of The Universe

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By Kruti Shrotri There is a lot of ‘stuff’ in our universe: just five percent of it is the normal matter we’re used to – the matter that makes up you and me,… Continue reading

Missing: Titan’s waves. If found report to NASA

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By Kruti Shrotri Titan is one of the most intriguing bodies in our solar system. The largest of Saturn’s sixty-two moons, it is the only planetary object other than Earth known to have… Continue reading

Sleepless night? Could blame it on the moonlight!

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By Anna Tiley There really is no doubt about it; I come from a family of major sleepaholics. We really relish a good night’s sleep and, particularly among the Mexican relatives, it’s common… Continue reading

There’s no place quite like home.

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By Adam Smith Astronomers operating NASA’s Kepler Space Telescope have spotted the most Earth-like planet found to date, around 500 light years across the galaxy from our Earth. Kepler-186f, a rocky planet which… Continue reading