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18th September 2018

SpaceX rocket will send a passenger around the Moon in 2023

SpaceX has confirmed that it will deliver a paying passenger on a trip around the Moon, using its planned "Big Falcon Rocket" (BFR) by 2023.

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21st August 2018

Work begins on Giant Magellan Telescope

Groundbreaking has started on the Giant Magellan Telescope in Chile. It is expected to be operational by 2024.

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20th August 2018

Water worlds may be common in our galaxy

New research concludes that water is likely to be a common feature of exoplanets between two and four times the size of Earth, with implications for the search of life in our Galaxy.

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6th August 2018

Astronomers find "magnetic powerhouse" in local stellar neighbourhood

Astronomers report the detection of an extremely strong magnetic field and aurora around a brown dwarf, which may possibly be a rogue planet, located 20 light years from Earth.

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5th August 2018

Patrick Stewart to return as Jean-Luc Picard in new Star Trek TV series

Sir Patrick Stewart – who appeared in Star Trek: The Next Generation from 1987-1994, followed by four Star Trek movies – is to reprise his role as Jean-Luc Picard in an upcoming TV series.

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1st August 2018

Mars terraforming not possible with current technology

A study by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has concluded that terraforming of Mars is physically impossible with present-day technology.

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25th July 2018

Large underground lake found on Mars

Scientists report the discovery, based on radar studies, of a subglacial lake on Mars, 1.5 km (0.93 mi) below the southern polar region and extending sideways about 20 km (12 mi), the first known stable body of water on the planet.

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