The United Kingdom is preparing a recollection of sorts of the history of the Moon campaigns, starting with the Apollo 11 landing in 1969. This 50th-anniversary event gathers submissions for the historic campaign that is supported by multiple groups with the same cause, which are led by the UK Space Agency and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). This will be shown to the public on July 20, 2019 to mark 50 years of the historic landing of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the Moon.
There is also a cultural exploration over how these landings have affected people throughout generations, ranging…

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Milan is the chosen venue for a conference organized by Earth Observation where over 4,500 delegates and the UK Space Agency will attend.
The Living Planet Symposium is a tri-annual event, focusing on the Earth Observation’s contribution to developing and crafting knowledge for society to understand and new opportunities for all sectors to be involved in future discoveries. This is organized by the European Space Agency (ESA) and, with each conference, a specific country’s agency would provide support. This year, it is Italy’s turn. The UK Space Agency had its handle of the event in 2013 in …

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Jupiter’s first moons were discovered by Italian scientist Galileo Galilei in 1610. However, more and more moons have been discovered since. This means that we’re just barely scratching the surface behind the mysteries of this great gas giant.
In July of 2018, scientists discovered 10 new moons around Jupiter, which brings the number of moons now to 79.
Of the new moons, one seems to have a strange orbit that could help astronomers figure out how the moons of Jupiter were formed.
Scott Sheppard of Carnegie Institution for Science has been on the lookout for Planet Nine, which is …

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