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A group of artists has launched a colorful, jellyfish-looking craft into Earth's stratosphere as part of a unique test flight.
Scientists have discovered 12 previously unknown moons orbiting Jupiter, and one of them is a real oddball.
Russia conducted an anti-satellite test (ASAT), generating hundreds of thousands of pieces of debris and threatening the safety of astronauts on the International Space Station, the U.S. confirmed.
Suspicions swirl that Russia may have conducted an anti-satellite test that created the debris field that's causing astronauts on the International Space Station to seek refuge, reports suggest.
Across the globe, nations and space companies alike are speaking out about Russia's anti-satellite (ASAT) test that forced astronauts in space to take cover.
Russia's latest anti-satellite test is unlike anything we've seen from the nation before.
Russia just fired an anti-satellite missile in a test of technology that the U.S. Space Force considers a threat to American orbital assets.
The U.S. Space Command announced that they have evidence that Russia has tested a space-based anti-satellite weapon.
Scientists have spotted the first evidence of a rare Higgs boson decay, expanding our understanding of the strange quantum universe.
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A powerful solar flare has been traveling through space and it will arrive at planet Earth Wednesday (Feb. 2).
The sun unleashed its most powerful solar eruption in more than three years on Sunday (Nov. 29).
What mysteries of the universe could the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator unlock?
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