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China and Europe may work together to build a human base on the Moon

A new spatial project is at horizon  ? CHINA and Europe may embark on a joint venture to build a base for humans on the Moon. The European Space Agency (ESA) and China’s space exploration arm China National Space Administration have held talks in regards to building one. The Chinese have a very ambitious moon program already in place.

Scientists are close to have detailed pictures of a black hole

The Event Horizon Telescope is a project linking telescopes around the globe to create one Earth-sized telescope, all being connected virtually so it effectively has a diameter of the entire planet. It is intended to be used the first time at a so large scale because scientists want detailed pictures of at least one black hole.

The American President had a phone conversation with astronauts from the International Space Station

The American President Donald Trump called today, April 24,  the International Space Station. The President spoke with a pair of U.S. astronauts aboard lauding NASA and praising a crew member who set a record for longest time spent among the stars. Peggy Whitson passed the record of 534 cumulative days in space. The conversation lasted roughly 20 minutes.

A big asteroid will be close to Earth on April 19

Asteroid 2014-JO25, discovered by astronomers at the Catalina Sky Survey near Tucson, Arizona in May 2014, will be close to Earth on April 19, at some 1,098,733 miles (1,768,239 km ) from our planet or about 4.6 times the distance from Earth to the moon.

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