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Roscosmos signs new contract on flight of two space tourists to ISS
Russia’s Roscosmos and US company Space Adventures signed a new contract on the flight of two space tourists to the International Space Station (ISS) until late 2021 onboard one spacecraft, the state corporation told TASS on Tuesday.
Year in space put US astronaut’s disease defenses on alert
Nearly a year in space put astronaut Scott Kelly’s immune system on high alert and changed the activity of some of his genes compared to his Earth-bound identical twin, researchers said on Friday.
Snowman-shaped space rock actually 'flat like a pancake'
The faraway space snowman visited by NASA last month has a surprisingly flat — not round — behind.
Researcher: US space agency invited Russia to develop radiation alert system
NASA's Johnson Space Center invited Russian scientists to jointly develop a system of forecasting radiation hazards during solar flares to protect crew of US space agency’s prospective lunar-orbit space station Gateway, Mikhail Panasyuk, the head of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, said.
ANU applies space tech to predict future droughts and bushfires
Large swathes of Australia have been in drought for several years, continually resulting in difficult farming conditions and increasing instances of bushfires across the country.
Defense Minister: Iran to try another satellite launch soon
Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said Iran is planning to launch its second satellite to space after its recent failure to put a satellite into space.
Five developments in space, time and fusion
Projects from gravitational wave detection to viewing the Milky Way and generating thermonuclear power march ahead in the future as the guardian.com reported.
Japan satellite blasts into space to deliver artificial meteors
A rocket carrying a satellite on a mission to deliver the world's first artificial meteor shower blasted into space on Friday, Japanese scientists said.
Space Science capabilities earn South Africa global recognition
South Africa has won an extraordinary victory in space science, with the South African National Space Agency (SANSA) being selected by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) to become the designated regional provider of space weather information to the entire aviation sector using African airspace.
Space expert: China to deepen lunar exploration
As the Chang'e-4 probe made the first-ever soft landing on the far side of the Moon, a senior Chinese space expert said China will deepen its lunar exploration and venture further into the unknown.
NASA space probe 'phones home' in landmark mission to Solar System's edge
NASA’s New Horizons explorer successfully ‘phoned home’ on Tuesday after a journey to the most distant world ever explored by humankind, a frozen rock at the edge of the Solar System that scientists hope will uncover secrets to its creation.
How India plans to put its astronauts in space
The Union Cabinet on Friday approved the Gaganyaan project, India's maiden human spaceflight program under which a three-member team will be sent into space for at least seven days.
US space agency: Searching for aliens’ technology best way to look for them
A study by US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has revealed that the best way to look for aliens in other parts of the cosmos is to look for ‘artefacts’ such as satellites orbiting other planets.
Space travel not reducing astronauts' lifespans but lengthening it, study claims
Although space travel exposes astronauts to forms of radiation that are uncommon on Earth, and that are linked to cancers and heart problems, a US study suggests this does not significantly shorten their lives.
Russia's S7 Space company starts implementation of orbital cosmodrome project
The Russian private company S7 Space (the operator of the Sea Launch floating spaceport) is embarking on the implementation of the project to create an orbital spaceport.

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