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US space agency’s intrepid Voyager 2 probe crosses into interstellar space
Voyager 2, a NASA probe launched in 1977 and designed for just a five-year mission, has become only the second human-made object to enter interstellar space as it continues its marathon trek billions of miles (kilometers) from Earth, scientists said on Monday.
Tech firms dominate Dublin office space take-up
As many as 6,700 jobs were created in the tech sector in the Irish capital of Dublin between July and September this year, according to a report from Savills.
Study: Space travel not damaging major part of human immune system
Space flight does not have a detrimental effect on a major part of the human immune system, according to new research which may alter how astronauts approach future missions.
Japan-India Space Dialogue to include surveillance sharing
Japan and India are moving to share satellite data and surveillance technologies, acknowledging the strategic importance of monitoring outer space and the world's oceans.
South African cities short of cemetery space
In the middle of the vast Avalon cemetery in Johannesburg's Soweto township, two gravediggers shoveled soil out of an old grave containing remains buried years ago.
NASA deep space probe reaches asteroid deemed potential Earth threat
NASA’s deep space explorer Osiris-Rex flew on Monday to within a dozen miles of its destination, a skyscraper-sized asteroid believed to hold organic compounds fundamental to life as well as the potential to collide with Earth in about 150 years.
South Korea successfully tests space rocket engine
South Korea on Wednesday successfully conducted a rocket engine test launch, officials said, paving the way for the development of its own space launch vehicle.
Researchers: Mutant superbugs menace future space station expeditions
Researchers found five strains of a multidrug-resistant bacterium similar to hospital-acquired infections on the International Space Station (ISS), raising concerns about the organisms' health implications for future missions.
InSight diary: Silence of space
Professor Tom Pike from Imperial College London is part of the science team on the US-led InSight mission to Mars.
Japan to set up space command center to track debris, threats
The Japanese government is moving to establish a command center within the Self-Defense Forces (SDF) to track space debris from spent satellites and rockets, as well as keep an eye on suspect foreign satellites.
£600,000-a-night space hotel to launch in 2021
Intrepid interstellar enthusiasts will soon be given the opportunity to spend time above the stratosphere, as the world’s first luxury space hotel will open its doors 200 miles above Earth in 2021.
Space research could help reverse frailty in old age
Muscle loss in elderly people could be prevented or reversed following experiments to be conducted on the International Space Station.
NASA Kepler space telescope dies after running out of fuel
NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope is dead, the space agency announced.
NASA testing Kiwi wool product for its deep space Orion missions
In 2023, NASA's deep space exploration craft Orion will blast off with four astronauts on board, and hopefully, some New Zealand woolen technology.

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