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NASA is asking the public to select Juno’s next pictures of Jupiter

nasa is asking the public to select juno’s next pictures of jupiter
NASA’s Juno Spacecraft is currently orbiting Jupiter, taking some spectacular images as it studies the gas giant’s atmosphere. The spacecraft is making its next close pass to the planet on February..
The Verge

The science behind the Lunar Hydrogen Polar Mapper mission

the science behind the lunar hydrogen polar mapper mission
Tempe AZ (SPX) Jan 19, 2017 Arizona State University's NASA mission to visit a metal asteroid is just beginning, but the first mission that marked the school as a major player in space exploration..
Space Daily

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News video: Kevin Hart Teaches History

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Get ready to learn more about black history aside from the usual stories and lessons we learned in grade school. In the wake of the massive success of Hidden Figures, the real story about the three..
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News video: Today in History for January 18th

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Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)
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News video: Buzz Aldrin's Predictions For 2017

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Buzz Aldrin: A New "Race for Space" Dr. Buzz Aldrin, the second human to walk on the moon, is a leading advocate of space science and planetary exploration. He is the co-author of several books,..
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News video: Exotic Martian landscape made out of dry ice

Exotic Martian landscape made out of dry ice 01:00

Dec 21, 2016; 6:37 PM ET Just recently, NASA shared a photo of the Martian South Pole. It's a landscape unlike anything we've ever seen before made out of dry ice.
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News video: Today in History for December 14th

Today in History for December 14th 01:11

George Washington dies at age 67; Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen and his group reach South Pole; Leaders of Bosnia, Serbia and Croatia sign an internationally-brokered peace treaty; Baseball's..
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What exactly does it take to ski to the South Pole?

what exactly does it take to ski to the south pole?
For more than 100 years, man has been fascinated by the thought of traveling on foot to the South Pole. Even after Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first person to accomplish that feat,..

Mars One Ventures AG: Record-breaking adventurer Adrian Hayes joins Mars One advisory board

DGAP-News: Mars One Ventures AG / Key word(s): Miscellaneous 18.01.2017 / 09:24 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. ..
EQS Group

Today in History for January 18th

Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)

Time waits for snow men and women as they recall harsh January of 25 years ago

time waits for snow men and women as they recall harsh january of 25 years ago
BBC Local News: Shropshire -- Anniversary of 'south pole Shropshire' prompts memories of those living through 1982's bitter winter.
BBC Local News

A former Croydon schoolboy treks to the South Pole - but hasn't...

a former croydon schoolboy treks to the south pole - but hasn't...
A former Whitgift School student is close to completing an astonishing feat of human endurance by becoming the youngest person ever to cross Antarctica unsupported. Ollie Stoten, 26, has already..
Croydon Advertiser

Elite women soldiers prepare for South Pole expedition

elite women soldiers prepare for south pole expedition
BBC Local News: Wiltshire -- A soldier from the Army's Larkhill Barracks in Wiltshire is part of a team preparing for a very special challenge.
BBC Local News

When Shropshire was 'colder than the South Pole' in record-breaking 1983 winter

when shropshire was 'colder than the south pole' in record-breaking 1983 winter
BBC Local News: Shropshire -- It is 34 years since temperatures plummeted in England, bringing chaos to the roads as records were set.
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China constructing world's highest altitude telescopes in Tibet

China is setting up the world's highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes in a Tibet prefecture close to Line of Actual Control with India with a budget of USD 18.8 million to detect faintest..

Swedish Nurse Becomes Fastest Woman Ever To Ski Solo To The South Pole

A Swedish solo skier has just reached the South Pole unaided quicker than any woman has done before. And she’s not done with her record-breaking efforts yet. While many of us spent the holiday..
Huffington Post

VIMS professor studies acidic South Pole waters

Studying the waters of the Southern Ocean off Antarctica in winter has always been a challenge. The region is shrouded in darkness for weeks on end. It's frigid. It's covered with thick seasonal..

Is the world ending in 2017? Author claims it’s all over when mysterious planet hits Earth!

By Arkadev Ghoshal David Meade says Nibiru will collide with Earth at its South Pole sometime in October this year. …read more Source:: IBTimes…
Filmy Friday

Planet X will destroy our world this year, claims author

planet x will destroy our world this year, claims author
A rogue planet is being propelled through space by a mysterious star and will smash into Earth in the October of this year, claims an author.David Meade, writer of 'Planet X - The 2017 Arrival', says..
Plymouth Herald

Conspiracy theorist claims mysterious planet Nibiru will smash into Earth

conspiracy theorist claims mysterious planet nibiru will smash into earth
Wisconsin-based David Meade, author of the book 'Planet X – The 2017 Arrival', believes a star, which he calls 'a binary twin of our sun' is coming 'at us towards the south pole'.

Robot Finds Colorful Life Under Antarctic Ice

Beneath the ice at the South Pole, an underwater robot has observed an explosion of colorful sea life. VOA's Steve Baragona brings us a look.
VOA News

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