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Milky Way melded with smaller galaxy in long-ago cosmic crash

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Milky Way, home to our sun and billions of other stars, merged with another smaller galaxy in a...

India to buy Russian rocket engines for its space program: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) – India plans to buy rocket engines from Russia for its national space program, RIA news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister...

India’s moon mission lifts off, hopes to probe lunar south pole

SRIHARIKOTA/BENGALURU (Reuters) – India launched a rocket into space on Monday to perform a soft landing of a rover on the moon, the country’s...

Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin complains about current U.S. lunar ability

By Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When President Donald Trump asked Buzz Aldrin, the second human ever to walk on the moon, what he thought...

Shaken or stirred: robotic bartender serves up cocktails for Prague clubbers

PRAGUE (Reuters) – For revelers at one Prague megaclub, gone are the days of being squashed at the bar waiting to get a watered-down...

Gulp! Jurassic mammal was the first one able to eat politely

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A shrew-like primitive mammal that inhabited China 165 million years ago represents a milestone in mammalian evolution, scientists said...

Explainer: NASA aims to build on moon as a way station...

By Joey Roulette CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) – Unlike the Apollo program that put astronauts on the moon 50 years ago, NASA is gearing up...

India to launch second lunar mission on July 22 after delay

BENGALURU (Reuters) – India’s space agency said on Thursday it would launch the country’s second lunar mission on July 22, after the original launch...

‘The Dish’ still beaming signals from Australia 50 years after moon...

By Stefica Nicol Bikes PARKES, Australia (Reuters) – It’s known as “The Dish” and it soars above a nondescript paddock in rural Australia. Without it,...

‘Artificial snow’ could save stricken Antarctic ice sheet – study

By Matthew Green LONDON (Reuters) – Governments could stop the West Antarctic ice sheet from sliding into the ocean and submerging coastal cities by launching...
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