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*New record for the most distant body in the solar system
Astronomers have discovered the most distant body ever observed in the solar system.
*New Horizons closing in on its next target
With no apparent hazards in its way, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has been given the all clear to stay on its current course to intercept its next target -- the distant Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69 Ultima Thule.
*Still no word from Opportunity
Mission managers say they’ll keep trying to contact NASA’s Mars Opportunity rover until at least January.
The European Space Agency has launched the third and final MetOp series meteorological satellite.
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*India launches 31 satellites on a single rocket
An Australian CubeSat was among the 31 satellite payload successfully launched aboard an Indian PSLV rocket.
*Dual Cargo Missions launch to the International Space Station
For the first time ever two cargo missions have blasted off at almost the same time – both bound for the International space station.
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*China launches first geostationary BeiDou-3 satellite
China has successfully launched its 17th BeiDou-3 navigation satellite.
*Russia places new military navigation satellite in orbit
A Russian Soyuz rocket has successfully placed a Glonass-M navigation satellite into orbit.
*SpaceX’s 18 launch of the year
SpaceX has matched its previous record with its 18th launch this year successfully flying a new telecommunications satellite for Qatar.
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*The Science Report
Only bad news in the 2018 State of the Climate report as global warming worsens.
In the dating game listening to the way someone speaks is as important as what their saying.
Archeologists discover two ancient Egyptian tombs, thought to be more than 3,500 years old.
Paleontologists uncover the fossilized remains of one of the earliest known ray finned fish.
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