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Galactic Pollution
14 January 2020
One of our biggest concerns on Earth today is climate change and its harmful effects on the environment, including pollution of the air and oceans.

For the first time, scientists have spotted the earliest environmental pollution in the Universe.

Space Scoop (French)

Here you can read the latest Space Scoop, our astronomy news service for children aged 8 and above. The idea behind Space Scoop is to change the way science is often perceived by young children as an outdated and dull subject. By sharing exciting new astronomical discoveries with them, we can inspire children to develop an interest in science and technology. Space Scoop makes a wonderful tool that can be used in the classroom to teach and discuss the latest astronomy news. 

Visit our brand new Space Scoop website for children: www.spacescoop.org

Now you can read Space Scoop on your Android device here.

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24 May 2017:
J’me présente, je m’appelle Deedee…
15 May 2017:
Compte à rebours pour le grand final de Cassini
4 May 2017:
Que deviennent les vieux satellites ?
25 April 2017:
Œuf de Pâques cosmique
16 April 2017:
Peut-on voir le Soleil sous un nouveau jour ?
9 April 2017:
Des étoiles naissent aussi dans le vent de trous noirs supermassifs
1 April 2017:
Et si on cartographiait la croûte magnétique ?
24 March 2017:
Du rôle de la matière noire dans la révolution du Soleil…
16 March 2017:
Les anneaux de Saturne nous surprennent encore
7 March 2017:
La naine ultrafroide et les sept exoplanètes
22 February 2017:
Un pont entre deux mondes
17 February 2017:
Comment la surface brisée de la Terre contribue à la vie
12 February 2017:
Tout ce qui erre n’est pas perdu
31 January 2017:
L’Univers s’éloigne-t-il de nous ?
27 January 2017:
Adieu Cassini
20 January 2017:
Incursion en rayons X dans l’espace profond
15 January 2017:
Les étoiles lourdes seraient-elle grisouteuses ?
19 December 2016:
Une explosion lumineuse qui aurait une origine sombre ?
12 December 2016:
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