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Suspected Meteor Turns Sky Over Portugal an Astonishing Neon Blue
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies Lisbon, Portugal — Late Saturday night, a suspected meteor streaked across the skies of Portugal and Spain, creating a stunning neon blue spectacle that left onlookers in awe. The extraordinary event prompted a flurry of activity on social media, as witnesses shared videos capturing
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Iran Launches “Pars-I” Satellite into Orbit with Russian Soyuz Launcher
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies Tehran, Iran – On Thursday, Iran announced the successful launch of the “Pars-I” remote sensing and imaging satellite into orbit, utilizing the Russian Soyuz-2.1b launcher. State media reported that the live broadcast of the launch was carried out by Iran’s state television. The satellite
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First US-Built Commercial Spacecraft Lands on Moon: Historic Moment for Intuitive Machines
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies Houston, Texas – In a monumental achievement, Intuitive Machines, a private American company, has etched its name in history by successfully landing the first commercial spacecraft on the Moon. The spacecraft, named Odysseus, touched down on the lunar surface at approximately 6:23 pm ET
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Concerns Rise Over Russia’s Alleged Development of Nuclear-Powered Satellite with Military Capabilities
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies In a move raising international concerns, Russia is reportedly developing a nuclear-powered satellite equipped with military capabilities, according to statements from space security experts. The alleged satellite, known as Ekipazh and developed by KB Arsenal of St. Petersburg under a Ministry of Defense contract,
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Black Holes and Galaxies: A Cosmic Symbiosis Unveiled by James Webb Space Telescope
Published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, a groundbreaking analysis of James Webb Space Telescope data challenges established theories, suggesting that black holes not only predated the first stars and galaxies but played a pivotal role in their formation and acceleration. Johns Hopkins University — New insights from the James Webb
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Iran Launches Satellites Amid Rising Tensions: West Criticizes Program
By The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies  As Tensions Rise, Iran successfully launched three satellites into space on Sunday, utilizing a rocket with a history of multiple failures. The launch is part of Iran’s civilian space program, which the West contends is contributing to the improvement of Tehran’s ballistic missiles. This
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NASA Commends SpaceX Amidst Starship Launch Success and Subsequent Setback
The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies Elon Musk’s SpaceX has received praise from NASA for the launch of its unmanned Starship spacecraft, a mission aimed at advancing space travel capabilities. The spacecraft, designed for future crewed missions to the moon and potentially beyond, successfully took off from the Starbase launch site
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Robotic arm crushes man to death in South Korean vegetable packing factory
The Smartencyclopedia Staff & Agencies A man in South Korea died this week after he was crushed by an industrial robot that could not differentiate him from a box of vegetables, according to local reports. The employee, who has not been publicly named but was in his 40s, was inspecting
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Spectacular Annular Solar Eclipse Graces Skies Across the Americas
The moon completely crosses in front of the sun during the annular solar eclipse on Saturday in Albuquerque, New Mexico. By Smartencyclopedia with agencies In a celestial display that captivated sky-gazers, a mesmerizing annular solar eclipse painted a “ring of fire” across the skies of the Americas on [Date]. This
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Astronomers Stumped by Mysterious, Ultra-Energetic Radiation Emanating from Pulsar Vela
This illustration shows what Vela might look like if our eyes could see all the wavelengths of energy it radiates. SCIENCE COMMUNICATION LAB FOR DESY By Smartencyclopedia In a perplexing astronomical revelation, scientists have detected the most energetic radiation ever observed in the Universe, and it’s originating from an unexpected
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Grand Canyon’s Hidden Caves Reveal Insights into Climate Change
By Smartencyclopedia ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Grand Canyon, renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and ancient rock formations, has recently unveiled another astonishing secret—its extensive cave systems. These caves are poised to provide valuable insights into climate change. A team of researchers from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), and
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Amazon launches first test satellites for planned internet service
In a strategic move to overcome delays in its satellite deployment plans, Amazon has shifted its satellite launch contract from the United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) Vulcan rocket to the well-established Atlas V. This adjustment comes as a response to issues plaguing the Vulcan rocket program, which has been grounded until
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