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A LongLost NASA Spacecraft Comes Back Alive
A NASA spacecraft IMAGE (Imager for MagnetopausetoAurora Global Exploration) was launched in March 2000 to study Earth’s magnetosphere where charged particles from solar winds trapped by Earth’s magnetic field. In December 2005, it suddenly stopped talking and since then it … Continue reading
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Are We Alone in the Universe After All?
In the movie Contact (which is based on the novel with the same title by Carl Sagan), Ellie Arroway (played by Jodie Foster) was speaking to a group of children: “I’ll tell you one thing about the universe, though. The … Continue reading
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