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  2. Get the latest space exploration, innovation and astronomy news. Space.com celebrates humanity's ongoing expansion across the final frontier.

  3. NASA's Geotail spacecraft ends 30-year mission studying Earth's magnetosphere By Robert Lea published about 7 hours ago After 31 years in orbit, NASA's magnetosphere-studying mission Geotail has...

  4. What is a galaxy? We live on a planet called Earth that is part of our solar system. But where is our solar system? It's a small part of the Milky Way Galaxy. And our galaxy is just one of millions and millions. Find out more about what a galaxy is and how many there are. Make a pinwheel galaxy pinwheel! Answer your questions: What is the Big Bang?

  5. Space | Science News

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    Space was a busy place this year. By Lisa Grossman December 20, 2022 Astronomy The James Webb telescope is getting glimpses of small, far-off planets Hints of one exoplanet atmosphere’s chemical...

  6. On Oct. 5, 2020, the rapidly rotating corpse of a long-dead star about 30,000 light years from Earth changed speeds. In a cosmic instant, its spinning slowed. And a few days later, it abruptly ...

  7. Space News - Articles About NASA and Space How It Works Magazine The ultimate action-packed science and technology magazine bursting with exciting information about the universe Subscribe today...

  8. Space is an almost perfect vacuum, nearly void of matter and with extremely low pressure. In space, sound doesn't carry because there aren't molecules close enough together to transmit sound...

  9. Pictures from space! Our image of the day By Space.com Staff published about 6 hours ago SpaceX has destacked its Starship megarocket after an important pre-launch test in order to perform...

  10. Space Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    space 1 of 2 noun ˈspās often attributive Synonyms of space 1 : a period of time also : its duration 2 a : a limited extent in one, two, or three dimensions : distance, area, volume b : an extent set apart or available parking space floor space c : the distance from other people or things that a person needs in order to remain comfortable

  11. Space - Wikipedia

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    Space is the boundless three-dimensional extent in which objects and events have relative position and direction. [1] In classical physics, physical space is often conceived in three linear dimensions, although modern physicists usually consider it, with time, to be part of a boundless four-dimensional continuum known as spacetime.

  12. Humans in Space | NASA

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    Humans are orbiting the planet Earth right now, aboard the International Space Station. The station facilitates the growth of a robust commercial market in low-Earth orbit. NASA’s Commercial Crew Program is working with American aerospace industry partners to launch crews of four to the station aboard next-generation spacecraft.

  13. Space The latest discoveries from space agencies and astronomers as they explore galaxies, black holes, exoplanets, and more. Also learn about night sky watching events right here on the home...

  14. Space and Astronomy - The New York Times

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    NASA’s InSight Mission Dies After 4 Years of Listening for Marsquakes 50 Years After the Apollo 17 Mission, the Moon Looks Closer Than Ever China Maps Out Plans to Put Astronauts on the Moon and on...

  15. Space Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    Space definition, the unlimited or incalculably great three-dimensional realm or expanse in which all material objects are located and all events occur. See more.

  16. Space News - SciTechDaily

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    Find all the latest space news right now on SciTechDaily. Discover the current news on space exploration, astronomy, astrophysics, cosmology, and more out of places like NASA, JPL, ALMA, and ESA. View incredible new space images from sources like Hubble, Kepler, James Webb space telescopes.

  17. Where is space? | NESDIS

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    The U.S. military and NASA define space differently. According to them, space starts 12 miles below the KaÌ rmaÌ n Line, at 50 miles above Earth's surface. Pilots, mission specialists and civilians who cross this boundary are officially deemed astronauts. If we define getting to space by the strictest of terms—that is, by escaping ...

  18. Space news, articles and features | New Scientist

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    Read the latest space and astronomy news. Explore the universe with leading articles on space craft, the big bang, the universe and dark matter

  19. Space-time | Definition & Facts | Britannica

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    space-time, in physical science, single concept that recognizes the union of space and time, first proposed by the mathematician Hermann Minkowski in 1908 as a way to reformulate Albert Einstein’s special theory of relativity (1905). (Read Einstein’s 1926 Britannica essay on space-time.) Common intuition previously supposed no connection between space and time. Physical space was held to ...

  20. SPACE | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    space definition: 1. an empty area that is available to be used: 2. the area around everything that exists…. Learn more.

  21. First British-based space launch of military satellites fails. Virgin Orbit officials said Jan. 10 that an anomaly had occurred during the firing of the rocket’s second stage engine, ending the ...