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*Rivers raged on Mars late into its history
A new study has found that significant quantities of water was still flowing down Martian rivers much later than expected.
*Girls night out scrubbed
NASA’s plans for what was to be the first ever all-female spacewalk as a way of marking International women’s day didn’t go to plan after a wardrobe malfunction... of sorts.
*Indian missile blows up satellite
New Delhi had deliberated fired an ASAT missile at a disused Indian satellite -destroying both spacecraft and leaving a cloud of shrapnel and debris orbiting the Earth some 300 kilometres above the ground.
The second major meteor shower of the year – the Lyrids – provides their celestial splendour.
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