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    Huge Planet’s Aurora 200 Times as Strong as Jupiter’s
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    Friday’s Blood Moon: The Longest Lunar Eclipse of the Century
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    Europe Launches Galileo Navigation Satellites Amid Brexit Row
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    Britain Backs Scottish Spaceport Plan With $40 Million in Grants
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    South Africa’s MeerKAT Radio Telescope to Help Unlock Mysteries of Universe
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    Jeff Bezos Plans to Charge at Least $200,000 for Space Rides