The failed Russian Mars Moon Lander, Phobos-Grunt, has crashed into the Pacific Ocean. According to initial reports, there is nothing to worry about.

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The Mars Moon probe, Phobos-Grunt, stuck in orbit since October, right after launch, will come down and crash into the ocean tomorrow, Sunday the 15th of January. And there are widespread concerns about the crash from several corners.

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NASA announced that astronomers using Hubble’s wide field camera discovered a cluster of galaxies at the beginning stages of development. This is the farthest away that a cluster such as this has ever been observed in the early Universe.

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The Chinese are making fast forays into the arena of space exploration. They are poised to even take over the US, but that will take a few days coming…

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Researchers using NASA’s Spitzer and Hubble telescopes have discovered a rare distant galaxy which may date back to 750 million years after the Big Bang.

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The Vatican Library is using NASA developed technology to preserve ancient texts for the future.

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NASA launches Internet radio station aimed at young tech savvy listeners.

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The most conclusive evidence of the presence of water on Mars comes via the Mars Rover Opportunity. Shiny deposits of gypsum represent the smoking gun.

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Curiosity launches this Saturday and this hi-tech piece of wizardry will set foot on Mars in 2012. We look at some of the awesome features of the rover.Here’s our top 10 coolest things to know about the Rover and the mission. Enjoy.

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The giant Hurricane Kenneth is a late-season bloomer. Take a look at two spectacular photos of the Hurricane as seen from space.

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The new Mars Rover, Curiosity, is launching on Saturday. Here’s an overview of the most technologically advanced machine ever to drop on a planet.

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, JWST for short, has received critical Congressional funding.

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NASA’s Incredibly Awesome Time Lapse View of Earth from Space

NASA posted the time lapse view of the Earth from space, which was shot using a special low-light 4k camera that shows up the Aurora Borealis around the globe. This piece of footage is incredibly awesome, providing with some unbelievable scenes from the International Space Station that raced the earth at nearly 17,227 mile per hour at an altitude of around 350 km. The images were captured with a high ISO HD Camera developed by NHK Japan, nicknamed the SS-HDTV camera.

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The Moon has huge quantities of titanium, finds NASA Moon probe. Talk about a rich find!

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An increase in the Sunspot activity has triggered a massive Solar Flare. This has interfered with communications and is also the cause for brilliant auroras.

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