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NASA will hold a press conference on today, June 19, at 11 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT) to announce the latest exoplanet discoveries from its planet-hunting Kepler mission and you can watch it live here, courtesy of NASA TV. (Space.com) More More

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Watch LIGO Mystery Announcement Live Online: Scientists to Unveil Unprecedented Astronomical Discovery - Yahoo News UK


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Goodbye world! NASA reveals the final images Cassini took before it plunged into Saturn's atmosphere in 'grand ... - Daily Mail


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A week after its dramatic 'death dive' into Saturn's atmosphere, NASA has released Cassini's final images, revealing stunning last looks at the ringed planet and its mysterious moons. From a view of Enceladus setting behind Saturn, to the site where ...

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Posted on 21 September 2017 | 2:42 pm | Google News

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Posted on 15 September 2017 | 9:02 am | Google News

Nasa's Cassini space probe approaches its final 'death dive' into Saturn's atmosphere after a historic 13-year mission - Daily Mail


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Nasa's Cassini space probe approaches its final 'death dive' into Saturn's atmosphere after a historic 13-year mission
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Last week, Nasa shared a stunning new view of Saturn's turbulent clouds, captured the day Cassini first began its Grand Finale. The breathtaking photo shows the swirling clouds 'on top of the world' at the ringed planet just weeks before Saturn's ...

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A look back at the volcanoes, hidden oceans and other incredible Voyager discoveries in space - CBC.ca


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Launched in 1977, spacecraft Voyager 1 celebrates 40 years in space on Tuesday. Its twin spacecraft, Voyager 2, celebrated the same anniversary last month on Aug. 20. Here's a look back at some of the many discoveries made by the space probes. Active ...

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