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Recent events in space

Recent events in space


London North Centre MP Peter Fragiskatos. The CSCA recently held an internal Strategic Planning Day. One of the outcomes of the day was an internal reorganization to meet the current and future growth of the Association. To that effect Marc Boucher has transitioned from Executive Director to President and Chief Executive Officer. As well, two new officer positions were created…


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New Scientific discoveries in space

New Scientific discoveries in space


The newly discovered mega-Earth Kepler-10c dominating the foreground in this artist s conception. Photo / Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Space discoveries are happening at a rapid pace and the past year has been filled with fascinating discoveries including most recently, the Godzilla of the Earth . Here are eight discoveries about the vast and stunning universe…


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Science articles on space

Science articles on space


Philae found! Less than a month before the end of the mission, Rosetta’s high-resolution camera has revealed the Philae lander wedged into a dark crack on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko. The images were taken on 2 September by the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera as the orbiter came within 2.7 km of the surface and clearly show the main body of the lander, along with two of its…


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2014 space discoveries

2014 space discoveries


Artist s concept of Kepler-186f, the first Earth-size planet found orbiting in the habitable zone of its parent star. Kepler-186f orbits a red dwarf about 490 light-years from Earth. Credit: NASA Ames/SETI Institute/JPL-Caltech This past year was a banner one for the field of exoplanet science, with the tally of known alien worlds doubling to nearly 2, by the end of 2014…


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NASA space discoveries

NASA space discoveries


Credit: Karl Tate, SPACE.com contributor This NASA chart shows the number of confirmed alien planets arranged by their size, as of May 10, 2016. Credit: NASA Ames/W. Stenzel The $600 million Kepler mission launched in March 2009, tasked with determining how common Earth-like planets are throughout the Milky Way. The observatory finds alien worlds by noticing the tiny brightness…


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Galileo Galilei

Galileo Galilei


One of the most prolific scientists of all time, Galileo’s life and accomplishments has been studied and written about in detail for centuries. From his discovery of the moons of Jupiter to his fight with Pope Urban V, noted authors and playwrights have been fascinated with both Galileo’s life and contributions. Galileo claimed to have discovered sunspots and that the sun rotates…


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Habitable Planets near Earth

Habitable Planets near Earth


This artist’s impression shows the planet orbiting the star Alpha Centauri B, a member of the triple star system that is the closest to Earth. Credit: ESO/L. Calçada But what if there are alien worlds that are even more habitable than Earth-like planets? These so-called superhabitable worlds are intriguing astrobiologists such as René Heller at McMaster University in Hamilton…


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Physics Galileo

Physics Galileo


If you ask an elementary school student what Galileo discovered, they might tell you that Galileo discovered gravity. In truth, gravity was discovered by a gentleman by the name of Ug, who lived in a cave in northern Europe approximately 30, years ago. Common legend also has it that Galileo proved that gravity pulls on all objects equally. He proved this by dropping two objects…


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Astronomical discoveries

Astronomical discoveries


Scientists around the world sat up and took notice last week when Anthony Wesley, the amateur Australian astronomer, reported to NASA that he was seeing something unusual in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter. Something - possibly a comet or meteoroid - went slamming into the planet, was swallowed up in its atmosphere of ammonia and methane, and left a visible scar. Scientists…


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Newest space Discovery

Newest space Discovery


Artist’s impression of the distant dwarf planet Eris. New observations have shown that Eris is smaller than previously thought and almost exactly the same size as Pluto. Credit: ESO With astronomers discovering new planets and other celestial objects all the time, you may be wondering what the newest planet to be discovered is. Well, that depends on your frame of reference…


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New astronomical discoveries

New astronomical discoveries


This week astronomers using NASA’s Kepler space telescope announced that the planet-hunting spacecraft had increased its catalogue by an additional 1, 284 worlds. This is the greatest number of planets ever announced at one time, swelling Kepler’s confirmed planetary haul to more than 2, and the number of indisputably known planets beyond our solar system to more than 3…


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