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Reports: Russia Delays Launch of Next Space Station Crew
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The next launch of a new crew for the International Space Station will be delayed by more than a month due to problems that were discovered with the Russian-built spacecraft, the head of Russia’s Federal Space Agency confirmed today (Jan. 31). The Soyuz TMA-04M was scheduled to launch to the space station on March 29, but issues with the spacecraft’s descent vehicle were uncovered during tests last week

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What’s Taking E.T. So Long to Find Us?
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Mathematically speaking, ET would have found us by now — if he exists — so we’re being consciously avoided for some reason, a new study concludes. “We’re either alone, or they’re out there and leave us alone,” mathematician Thomas Hair, with Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, told Discovery News

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Earth’s ‘Missing Energy’ Was Never Lost
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Scientists have determined that Earth’s “missing energy” isn’t missing after all.

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Lego Man Flies To The Edge Of Space
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Share A pair of 17-year-olds from Canada, Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad, attached a styrofoam box with a Lego man, 4 cameras and a GPS equipped phone to a weather balloon. It nearly 80,000 feet before the balloon popped. Credit: Mathew Ho and Asad Muhammad

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Photos: Moon & Venus Dazzle in Skywatcher Views
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Record-Setting Astronaut Retires from NASA
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NASA astronaut Jerry Ross, the first person ever to fly seven space missions, is hanging up his spacesuit. After three decades as an astronaut, including almost 1,400 hours spent in orbit, Ross is retiring from NASA and plans to take some time off. “Jerry has been instrumental in the success of many of NASA’s human spaceflight missions and numerous spacewalks,” said NASA’s Chief Astronaut Peggy Whitson in a statement

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