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Schiaparelli landing investigation completed  

Paris (ESA) May 25, 2017 The inquiry into the crash-landing of the ExoMars Schiaparelli module has concluded that conflicting information in the onboard computer caused the descent sequence to end prematurely. The Schiaparelli entry, descent and landing demonstrator module separated from its mothership, the Trace Gas Orbiter, as planned on 16 October last year, and coasted towards Mars for three days. Much o

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AU-EU joint space-based initiative calls for proposals  

Addis Ababa (XNA) May 25, 2017 The African Union (AU) and the European Union (EU) on Tuesday launched the call for proposals for the space-based initiative dubbed the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security in Africa (GMES and Africa) Grants. At a ceremony held in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa, the two institutions said it is an open invitation for eligible institutions across Africa to apply for the 30-million-

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Russia to create new Super-Heavy Class rocket after 2025  

Sochi (Sputnik) May 24, 2017 Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin posed the task before Roscosmos to speed up creating a super-heavy class rocket. Russian President Vladimir Putin has asked the Roscosmos state space corporation to speed up the work to build a super-heavy class rocket, this type will appear after 2025 and will make it possible to fly around the moon,

2017-05-25 06:02:04
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Mouse sperm survives in space, but could human babies?  

Miami (AFP) May 24, 2017 Freeze-dried mouse sperm that spent nine months in space has been used to produce healthy rodent offspring back on Earth, Japanese researchers said this week. But could the same hold true for humans? And if conception were even possible in space, would babies born in zero gravity develop differently than their Earth-bound counterparts? As NASA and other global space agencies work furious

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NASA's CYGNSS Satellite Constellation Begins Public Data Release  

Washington DC (SPX) May 25, 2017 On May 22, NASA's Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) began regular production of its science data products - measurements of ocean surface wind speed and roughness - with public release of these data facilitated by the NASA Physical Oceanography Distributed Active Archive Center (PO.DAAC). The production and distribution is timed to coincide with the beginning of the Atlan

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Biggest Ever Simulations Help Uncover the History of the Galaxy  

London, UK (SPX) May 25, 2017 Thousands of processors, terabytes of data, and months of computing time have helped a group of researchers in Germany create some of the largest and highest resolution simulations ever made of galaxies like our Milky Way. Led by Dr. Robert Grand of the Heidelberger Institut fuer Theoretische Studien, the work of the Auriga Project appears in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical

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NASA Moves Up Launch of Psyche Mission to a Metal Asteroid  

Pasadena CA (JPL) May 25, 2017 Psyche, NASA's Discovery Mission to a unique metal asteroid, has been moved up one year with launch in the summer of 2022, and with a planned arrival at the main belt asteroid in 2026 - four years earlier than the original timeline. "We challenged the mission design team to explore if an earlier launch date could provide a more efficient trajectory to the asteroid Psyche, and they came thr

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CLASP Sounding Rocket Mission Opens New Research Window in Solar Physics  

Huntsville AL (SPX) May 24, 2017 A team of NASA scientists and international partners used data from the the high-precision science instrument CLASP - the Chromospheric Lyman-Alpha Spectro-Polarimeter - to provide the first-ever polarization measurements of ultraviolet light emitted from the sun's outer atmosphere. Previous polarization measurements were restricted to visible light that is emitted from the sun's surface.

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Measured for the first time: Direction of light waves changed by quantum effect  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) May 25, 2017 A light wave sent through empty space always oscillates in the same direction. However, certain materials can be used to rotate the direction in which the light is oscillating when placed in a magnetic field. This is known as a 'magneto-optical' effect. After much speculation spanning a long period of time, one variant of this type of effect has now been demonstrated at TU Wien for the fir

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Robots help shed light on how humans walk  

Boston MA (SPX) May 25, 2017 Learning how to walk is difficult for toddlers to master; it's even harder for adults who are recovering from a stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other condition, requiring months of intensive, often frustrating physical therapy. With the recent boom of the robotic exoskeleton industry, more and more patients are being strapped into machines that apply forces to their legs as they walk, g

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CAST project places new limitations on dark matter  

Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (SPX) May 24, 2017 Axions are particles whose hypothetical existence was introduced in 1977 by Roberto Peccei and Helen Quinn. The particles have been the talk of the town lately because their existence could largely explain so-called dark matter. In order to make a solid claim, researchers have been measuring the interaction between axions and photons. A team of international scientists from the project CER

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California Woman Charged for Trying to Hand Over Sensitive Space Tech to China  

Washington DC (Sputnik) May 24, 2017 A woman in the US state of California was arrested Tuesday for allegedly conspiring to smuggle space communications technology to China, the US Department of Justice said in a press release. "A Pomona woman was arrested this morning on federal charges that accuse her of conspiring to procure and illegally export sensitive space communications technology to her native China," the release st

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VLA reveals new object near supermassive black hole in famous galaxy  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) May 24, 2017 Pointing the Very Large Array (VLA) at a famous galaxy for the first time in two decades, a team of astronomers got a big surprise, finding that a bright new object had appeared near the galaxy's core. The object, the scientists concluded, is either a very rare type of supernova explosion or, more likely, an outburst from a second supermassive black hole closely orbiting the galaxy's primary, ce

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'Victory' for US astronauts on critical spacewalk to replace power box  

Miami (AFP) May 23, 2017 Two US astronauts successfully completed Tuesday what NASA described as a "critical" spacewalk to repair a failed piece of equipment that helps power the International Space Station. "We have declared victory," NASA commentator Rob Navias said about two hours into the emergency spacewalk by space station commander Peggy Whitson, 57, and flight engineer Jack Fischer, 43. The reason for th

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NASA Scientist Parlays Experience to Build Ocean Worlds Instrument  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 24, 2017 An instrument originally developed to search for organic molecules on Mars is being repurposed to potentially hunt for life on a handful of moons in the outer solar system that appear to host oceans, geysers and vents of ice volcanoes. Will Brinckerhoff, a NASA scientist at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, helped build a mass spectrometer for the European Space Agenc

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SES-14 integrates NASA ultraviolet space spectrograph  

Luxembourg (SPX) May 24, 2017 SES report the successful integration of NASA's Global-Scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) hosted payload with SES-14. GOLD will employ an ultraviolet imaging spectrograph to measure densities and temperatures in the Earth's thermosphere and ionosphere in response to Sun-Earth interaction. It is aimed at revolutionizing scientists' understanding of this part of the space e

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AI wins as Google algorithm beats No. 1 Go player  

Shanghai (AFP) May 23, 2017 Google's computer algorithm AlphaGo narrowly beat the world's top-ranked player in the ancient Chinese board game of Go on Tuesday, reaffirming the arrival of what its developers tout as a ground-breaking new form of artificial intelligence. AlphaGo took the first of a scheduled three games against brash 19-year-old Chinese world number one Ke Jie, who after the match annointed the programme

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NASA Acting Administrator Statement on Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Proposal  

Washington DC (SPX) May 24, 2017 The following is a statement from NASA acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot on the Fiscal Year 2018 budget proposal released Tuesday: "Today, President Trump released his Fiscal Year 2018 budget request for the federal government. At $19.1 billion, we have a very positive budget that retains the same parameters we saw in March, and which reflects the president's confidence in our directio

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Photocatalyst makes hydrogen production 10 times more efficient  

Kobe, Japan (SPX) May 22, 2017 Hydrogen is an alternative source of energy that can be produced from renewable sources of sunlight and water. A group of Japanese researchers has developed a photocatalyst that increases hydrogen production tenfold. The discovery was made by a joint research team led by Associate Professor TACHIKAWA Takashi (Molecular Photoscience Research Center, Kobe University) and Professor MAJIMA Tet

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Neptune: Neutralizer-free plasma propulsion  

Washington DC (SPX) May 24, 2017 Plasma propulsion is an important and efficient technology used to control spacecraft for Earth observation, communications and fundamental exploration of outer space. Plasma propulsion systems use electric power to ionize propellant gas and transform it into the fourth state of matter, known as plasma. Electrically charged ions and electrons are accelerated in an exhaust beam to generate

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How tornado-shaped flow in a dynamo strengthens the magnetic field  

Washington DC (SPX) May 24, 2017 The massive, churning core of conducting liquids in stars and some planets creates a dynamo that generates the planetary body's magnetic field. Researchers aim to better understand these dynamos through computer simulations and by recreating them in the laboratory using canisters of rapidly spinning, liquid sodium. A new simulation based on the von-Karman-Sodium (VKS) dynamo experiment, ru

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Advancing next-generation Stable, safe, smart, sustainable batteries  

Beijing, China (SPX) May 22, 2017 Next-generation rechargeable batteries are promising candidates for state-of-the-art lithium-ion batteries owing to their high energy density and preferred cost efficiency. For instance, Lithium-sulfur batteries, which are featured by their theoretically 10 times higher capacity and 5 times higher energy density, are reviving in both the academic and the industry. Shu Lei Chou and colleagues fro

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NASA Lab's Life-Saving Work  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 22, 2017 Some NASA missions fundamentally change the world of science or help win Nobel prizes, but only one helps save thousands of lives worldwide every year. Employees at NASA's Search and Rescue office spend their days advancing systems critical to locating and saving people in distress, whether from an aviation, marine or other outdoor incident. The office is the primary research and developme

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Cube Quest Challenge Team Spotlight: Cislunar Explorers  

Washington DC (SPX) May 25, 2017 Tenacity and drive are hallmarks of Cornell University's Cislunar Explorers Team. But there is another key factor in building and testing their spacecraft: Just add water. "The core concept behind our work is using water as rocket fuel," said project manager Kyle Patrick Doyle. "It's something that we've been looking at for a long time, and it's exciting to have a chance to test our techno

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Successful launch puts New Zealand in space race  

Wellington (AFP) May 25, 2017 New Zealand joined the exclusive space-race club on Thursday with the successful launch of a Rocket Lab test craft named Electron. The rocket blasted off from the company's facility at Mahia, on the east coast of the North Island, to end three days of launch attempts aborted because of the weather. "Made it to space. Team delighted. More to follow!" aerospace company Rocket Lab tweeted a

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SDL-Supported SmallSat Launched from International Space Station  

Logan, UT (SPX) May 24, 2017 The Air Force Research Laboratory successfully deployed its Satellite for High Accuracy Radar Calibration, also known as SHARC, into a low-Earth orbit from the International Space Station. Utah State University's Space Dynamics Laboratory developed the SHARC flight software, radio interface circuit board, and provided fabrication and assembly expertise for the satellite's main subsystems.

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Russia aims for 15 remote sensing satellites in orbit by 2020  

Bocharov Ruchey, Russia (Sputnik) May 24, 2017 Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the remote sensing technologies must be used to boost the Russian defense and security, develop the economy and social sphere, and increase the quality of the state's governance. The number of operating Russian remote sensing satellites orbiting the Earth will reach 15 by 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday. Currently, a

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DARPA Picks Design for Next-Generation Spaceplane  

Washington DC (SPX) May 25, 2017 DARPA has selected The Boeing Company to complete advanced design work for the Agency's Experimental Spaceplane (XS-1) program, which aims to build and fly the first of an entirely new class of hypersonic aircraft that would bolster national security by providing short-notice, low-cost access to space. The program aims to achieve a capability well out of reach today-launches to low Earth o

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GSLV to launch US-India NISAR EO Satellite  

New Delhi (Sputnik) May 24, 2017 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) will jointly put a $1.5 billion satellite into orbit in 2021 using GSLV, a rocket for which the US slapped sanctions on India. Weighing 2,200 kilogram, the NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (abbreviated as NISAR) is the world's most expensive earth imaging satellite. It has been deve

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Kepler Telescope Spies Details of Trappist-1's Outermost Planet  

Seattle WA (SPX) May 22, 2017 A University of Washington-led international team of astronomers has used data gathered by the Kepler Space Telescope to observe and confirm details of the outermost of seven exoplanets orbiting the star TRAPPIST-1. They confirmed that the planet, TRAPPIST-1h, orbits its star every 18.77 days, is linked in its orbital path to its siblings and is frigidly cold. Far from its host star, the p

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Monash researchers uncover new gravitational wave characteristics  

Melbourne, Australia (SPX) May 22, 2017 Monash researchers have identified a new concept - 'orphan memory' - which changes the current thinking around gravitational waves. The research, by the Monash Centre for Astrophysics, was published recently in Physical Review Letters. Einstein's theory of general relativity predicts that cataclysmic cosmic explosions stretch the fabric of spacetime. The stretching of spacetime

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Scientists propose synestia, a new type of planetary object  

Davis CA (SPX) May 22, 2017 There's something new to look for in the heavens, and it's called a "synestia," according to planetary scientists Simon Lock at Harvard University and Sarah Stewart at the University of California, Davis. A synestia, they propose, would be a huge, spinning, donut-shaped mass of hot, vaporized rock, formed as planet-sized objects smash into each other. And at one point early in its history,

2017-05-24 01:49:17
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SES Networks offers new hybrid resiliency service  

Luxembourg (SPX) May 22, 2017 SES has announced a new hybrid resiliency platform to serve the specific needs of telcos, mobile network operators, enterprises and maritime connectivity providers. Internet services provider Palau Telecoms is already enjoying the exceptional performance of the seamless solution supporting business continuity and profitability. The new solution represents fully-managed 'bandwidth-on-

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ASKAP telescope to rule radio-burst hunt  

Canbera, Australia (SPX) May 22, 2017 A CSIRO telescope in Western Australia has found its first 'fast radio burst' from space after less than four days of searching. The discovery came so quickly that the telescope, the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) near Geraldton in Western Australia, looks set to become a world champion in this fiercely competitive area of astronomy. The new fast radio burst fin

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NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer Mission 11 Status Update: Good Deploy  

Webster, TX (SPX) May 22, 2017 NanoRacks began the first of two airlock cycles for the 11th and 12th NanoRacks CubeSat Deployer Missions (NRCSD-11, NRCSD-12) on May 16, 2017. We are pleased to update our customers, friends, and shareholders that the first round of deployments has been completed successfully. NRCSD-11 and NRSD-12 were brought to the International Space Station on the Orbital ATK-7 mission, which launched

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Study shows how radioactive decay could support extraterrestrial life  

San Antonio, TX (SPX) May 22, 2017 In the icy bodies around our solar system, radiation emitted from rocky cores could break up water molecules and support hydrogen-eating microbes. To address this cosmic possibility, a University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) team modeled a natural water-cracking process called radiolysis. They then applied the model to several worlds with known or

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Scientists Solve Mystery of How Most Antimatter in the Milky Way Forms  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) May 22, 2017 A team of international astrophysicists led by The Australian National University (ANU) has shown how most of the antimatter in the Milky Way forms. Antimatter is material composed of the antiparticle partners of ordinary matter - when antimatter meets with matter, they quickly annihilate each other to form a burst of energy in the form of gamma-rays. Scientists have known since the

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Astronomers Confirm Orbital Details of TRAPPIST-1h  

Pasadena CA (JPL) May 22, 2017 Scientists using NASA's Kepler space telescope identified a regular pattern in the orbits of the planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system that confirmed suspected details about the orbit of its outermost and least understood planet, TRAPPIST-1h. TRAPPIST-1 is only eight percent the mass of our sun, making it a cooler and less luminous star. It's home to seven Earth-size planets, three of which orb

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Exploring underground with a colliding drone  

Paris (ESA) May 22, 2017 ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano last weekend helped to explore the caverns under Sicily using a drone that deliberately bumped into its surroundings in order to build a map. ESA has been testing equipment, techniques and working methods for missions with astronauts in inner space for many years. Delving inside Earth and exploring caves often parallels the exploration of outer space, from a la

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AsiaSat 9 ready for shipment  

Hong Kong (SPX) May 22, 2017 Asia Satellite Telecommunications Company Limited (AsiaSat) achieved critical milestone of the AsiaSat 9 program with the successful conclusion of the Satellite Pre-Ship Review (SPSR) meeting with Space Systems Loral (SSL) on 7 April 2017. Both AsiaSat and SSL agreed that AsiaSat 9 is ready for shipment to the launch site as soon as required. During the meeting, performance data of the spa

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NASA adds up record Australia rainfall  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 22, 2017 Over the week of May 15, extreme rainfall drenched northeastern Australia and NASA data provided a look at the record totals. The rainfall was the heaviest rainfall in that area since tropical cyclone Debbie hit Queensland Australia in late March. Much of the recent extremely heavy rainfall was due to storms associated with a trough or elongated area of low pressure slowly moving over nort

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Secondary Mirror of European Extremely Large Telescope Cast  

Munich, Germany (SPX) May 22, 2017 The casting of the secondary mirror blank for ESO's Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) has been completed by SCHOTT at Mainz, Germany. The completed mirror will be 4.2 metres in diameter and weigh 3.5 tonnes. It will be the largest secondary mirror ever employed on a telescope and also the largest convex mirror ever produced. ESO's 39-metre Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) will be the largest

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Hughes JUPITER System Selected for National 'Digital India' Initiative  

Germantown MD (SPX) May 22, 2017 IPSTAR International, a premier Asia- Pacific telecommunications company and wholly owned subsidiary of satellite operator THAICOM Public Company Limited , has chosen the JUPITER System from Hughes Network Systems LLC, (HUGHES), the world's leading provider of broadband satellite networks and services, to extend the reach of broadband throughout India. IPSTAR will operate the JUPITER Syste

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ULS wins $208Mln for rocket vehicle production services  

Moscow (Sputnik) May 22, 2017 United Launch Services won more than $208 million to provide production services for the Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV), the Department of Defense said in a press release. "United Launch Services LLC, Centennial, Colorado, has been awarded a $208,140,481 modification (P00163) to previously awarded contract... for launch vehicle production services," the release stated Friday.

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Saving time in space  

Paris (ESA) May 22, 2017 Working inside the International Space Station is sometimes like assembling complex furniture but with the tools and paper instructions continually floating out of reach. Astronauts also face situations unforeseen by the instructions. Communication delays with ground control to troubleshoot these occasions mean even more valuable time is lost. Now, 'mobiPV' is looking to help. Developed by

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Earth's atmosphere more chemically reactive in cold climates  

Seattle WA (SPX) May 19, 2017 Unseen in the air around us are tiny molecules that drive the chemical cocktail of our atmosphere. As plants, animals, volcanoes, wildfires and human activities spew particles into the atmosphere, some of these molecules act as cleanup crews that remove that pollution. The main molecules responsible for breaking down all these emissions are called oxidants. The oxygen-containing molecules,

2017-05-21 06:45:21
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Mapping supermassive black holes in the distant Universe  

Portsmouth, UK (SPX) May 22, 2017 Astronomers have constructed the first map of the universe based on the positions of supermassive black holes, which reveals the large-scale structure of the universe. The map precisely measures the expansion history of the universe back to when the universe was less than three billion years old. It will help improve our understanding of 'dark energy,' the unknown process that is causing t

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Senior leaders discuss US space posture  

Washington DC (AFNS) May 19, 2017 On May 17, 2017, Air Force senior leaders testified before the Senate Armed Service Committee Strategic Forces subcommittee on military space, organization, policy and programs. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein, Gen. John Raymond, the Air Force Space Command commander and Lt. Gen. Samuel Greaves, the Space and Missile Systems Center comman

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UCR study sheds light on Earth's first animals  

Riverside CA (SPX) May 19, 2017 More than 550 million years ago, the oceans were teeming with flat, soft-bodied creatures that fed on microbes and algae and could grow as big as bathmats. Today, researchers at the University of California, Riverside are studying their fossils to unlock the secrets of early life. In their latest study, published this week in the journal PLOS ONE, Scott Evans, a graduate student in the Dep

2017-05-21 04:45:25
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Lockheed Martin exoskeleton helps soldiers carry heavy gear  

Tampa FL (SPX) May 22, 2017 Their demanding missions often require soldiers to carry heavy equipment packs long distances over rough terrain, or up and down stairs and underground infrastructure in urban environments. Exhaustion and injury are frequently a consequence of these challenging operational scenarios. A new exoskeleton from Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) offers a solution. Using licensed DermoskeletonTM bionic

2017-05-21 03:14:09
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Astronomers make the largest map of the Universe yet  

Baltimore, MD (SPX) May 22, 2017 Astronomers with the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) have created the first map of the large-scale structure of the universe based entirely on the positions of quasars. Quasars are the incredibly bright and distant points of light powered by supermassive black holes. "Because quasars are so bright, we can see them all the way across the universe," said Ashley Ross of the Ohio State Univers

2017-05-21 02:51:47
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SpaceX Dragon to deliver research payloads to Space Station  

Houston TX (SPX) May 22, 2017 SpaceX is scheduled to launch its Dragon spacecraft for its eleventh commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station June 1 from NASA's Kennedy Space Center's historic pad 39A. Dragon will lift into orbit atop the Falcon 9 rocket carrying crew supplies, equipment and scientific research to crewmembers living aboard the station. The flight will deliver investigations and faci

2017-05-21 01:56:41
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Hughes to deliver fully managed IP network for global multinational organization  

Germantown, MD (SPX) May 22, 2017 Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the global leader in broadband satellite networks and services, has announced it has been awarded a multi-year contract to implement and manage a global IP-based communications network for a major multinational organization. Under the agreement, Hughes will be responsible for the implementation, support and management of all elements of the network providing

2017-05-21 01:54:22
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45th Space Wing enables nation's space mission  

Washington DC (AFNS) May 19, 2017 Space launches may soon be an almost weekly sight on Florida's Space Coast. As the need for space lift grows globally, partnerships between the Air Force, other government agencies and the commercial space industry are enhancing the 45th Space Wing's vision of remaining the world's premier gateway to space. With a mission of delivering assured space launch, range and combat capabilit

2017-05-21 01:26:06
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NASA Annual Arctic Ice Survey Expanded Range This Year  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 19, 2017 NASA's annual survey of changes in Arctic ice cover greatly expanded its reach this year in a series of flights that wrapped up on May 12. It was the most ambitious spring campaign in the region for NASA's Operation IceBridge, an airborne mission to monitor ice changes at Earth's poles, which also included a rapid-response flight over a new crack in Petermann Glacier, one of the largest and fast

2017-05-21 01:21:30
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HI-SEAS Mission V Mars simulation marks midway point  

Honolulu HI (SPX) May 22, 2017 After four months of living in a Mars-like environment, the six HI-SEAS Mission V crewmembers have hit the halfway mark. They have learned to deal with challenges such as a 20-minute communications delay, gearing up in hazmat suits to explore the geologic features of the landing site and cooking with dehydrated food. "The midpoint is an interesting time in the mission," observed crewmember

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NASA's CPEX Tackles a Weather Fundamental  

Pasadena CA (JPL) May 19, 2017 A NASA-funded field campaign getting underway in Florida on May 25 has a real shot at improving meteorologists' ability to answer some of the most fundamental questions about weather: Where will it rain? When? How much? Called the Convective Processes Experiment (CPEX), the campaign is using NASA's DC-8 airborne laboratory outfitted with five complementary research instruments designed and

2017-05-19 07:31:52
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UV Spectropolarimetry Opens a New Window for Solar Physics Research  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) May 19, 2017 For the first time in the world, scientists have explored the magnetic field in the upper solar atmosphere by observing the polarization of ultraviolet light from the Sun. They accomplished this by analyzing data taken by the CLASP sounding rocket experiment during its 5-minute flight in space on September 3, 2015. The data show that the structures of the solar chromosphere and transition

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Scientists describe origins of topographic relief on Titan  

New York NY (SPX) May 19, 2017 Fluid erosion has carved river networks in at least three bodies in our solar system in the form of water on Earth and Mars and liquid hydrocarbons on Titan. A new report in Science examines the global drainage patterns of these worlds to shed light on their geologic past. Titan's landscapes look similar to Earth's in many ways. But is this similarity only superficial? Scientists from CUNY

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History of Titan's Landscape Resembles Mars's, not Earth's  

Boston MA (SPX) May 19, 2017 The environment on Titan, Saturn's largest moon, may seem surprisingly familiar: Clouds condense and rain down on the surface, feeding rivers that flow into oceans and lakes. Outside of Earth, Titan is the only other planetary body in the solar system with actively flowing rivers, though they're fed by liquid methane instead of water. Long ago, Mars also hosted rivers, which scoured valleys acro

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Joint Statement: The Fourth Meeting of the U.S.-Japan Comprehensive Dialogue on Space  

Washington DC (SPX) May 19, 2017 Pursuant to their shared goal of continuing to advance bilateral space cooperation and further strengthen the U.S.-Japan alliance as declared by their leaders, the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Japan held their Fourth Meeting of the Comprehensive Dialogue on Space in Washington, DC, on May 16, 2017. This Dialogue represents the strong and shared commitmen

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Deciphering the fluid floorplan of a planet  

Washington DC (SPX) May 19, 2017 An assessment of ancient drainage systems on Earth, Mars and Titan provides new insights into the topography-generating mechanisms on planetary bodies. The results illustrate the diverse geological processes affecting these bodies and their river networks. The movement of liquids such as water across a planetary surface forms rivers, signatures of which can be seen even long after the liqu

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ALMA eyes icy ring around young planetary system  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) May 19, 2017 An international team of astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has made the first complete millimeter-wavelength image of the ring of dusty debris surrounding the young star Fomalhaut. This remarkably well-defined band of rubble and gas is likely the result of exocomets smashing together near the outer edges of a planetary system 25 light-years from Earth.

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Hubble spots moon around third largest dwarf planet  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 19, 2017 The combined power of three space observatories, including NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, has helped astronomers uncover a moon orbiting the third largest dwarf planet, catalogued as 2007 OR10. The pair resides in the frigid outskirts of our solar system called the Kuiper Belt, a realm of icy debris left over from our solar system's formation 4.6 billion years ago. With this discovery, mos

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3D Navigation Tool Among MESSENGER's Final Data Products  

Laurel, MD (SPX) May 19, 2017 NASA's MESSENGER mission to Mercury has released an updated ACT-QuickMap tool with new 3D navigation capabilities as illustrated by this "fly around" view of the Caloris impact basin. This update was among the new and improved products released by the agency's Planetary Data System (PDS), an organization that archives and distributes all U.S. planetary mission data. With this 16th data rel

2017-05-19 03:13:10
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Radio Detection of Lonely Planet Disk Shows Similarity with Stars  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) May 19, 2017 A new study of the lonely, planet-like object OTS44 has provided evidence that this object has formed in a similar way as ordinary stars and brown dwarfs - a surprising result that challenges current models of star and planet formation. The study by a group of astronomers, led by Amelia Bayo of the University of Valparaiso and involving several astronomers from the Max Planck Institute for Astro

2017-05-19 03:02:59
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NASA Mission Uncovers Dance of Electrons in Space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 19, 2017 You can't see them, but swarms of electrons are buzzing through the magnetic environment - the magnetosphere - around Earth. The electrons spiral and dive around the planet in a complex dance dictated by the magnetic and electric fields. When they penetrate into the magnetosphere close enough to Earth, the high-energy electrons can damage satellites in orbit and trigger auroras. Scientists

2017-05-19 02:28:44
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Cube Quest Challenge Spotlight: Team Miles  

Washington DC (SPX) May 19, 2017 For Team Miles and their CubeSat entry, it's about propelling citizen science to the moon...and beyond. The breadbox-size Miles is a 6U satellite built to navigate into deep space. Wesley Faler of Team Miles heads the group of citizen scientists and engineers that initially came together through Tampa Hackerspace in Florida - all participants in the community, nonprofit workshop. He

2017-05-19 02:27:40
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First Result from XENON1T Dark Matter Detector  

Washington DC (SPX) May 19, 2017 This is how scientists behind XENON1T, now the most sensitive dark matter experiment world-wide, hosted in the INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy (commented on their first result from a short 30-day run presented to the scientific community. Dark matter is one of the basic constituents of the universe, five times more abundant than ordinary matter. Se

2017-05-19 02:13:15
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Arianespace launches SES-15 using Soyuz rocket  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) May 19, 2017 Arianespace has orbited the SES-15 telecommunications satellite for European operator SES. Liftoff took place on Thursday, May 18 at 8:54 a.m. (local time in Kourou) from the Guiana Space Center (CSG), Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. This launch was the fifth of the year for Arianespace, and the second by Soyuz from CSG to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO), as well as the first Arian

2017-05-19 01:01:04
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Punching Above Its Weight, Brown Dwarf Launches Parsec-Scale Jet  

Tucson AZ (SPX) May 18, 2017 Astronomers using the SOAR telescope at the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory report the discovery of a spectacular extended jet from a young brown dwarf. With masses too low to sustain hydrogen fusion in their interiors, brown dwarfs occupy the mass range between stars and giant planets. While young stars are commonly found to launch jets that extend over a light-year or more, this is the

2017-05-18 07:32:07
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Metabolism, not RNA, jump-started life's molecular beginnings  

Washington (UPI) May 17, 2017 How did organic molecules come to birth life? Some scientists have hypothesized that ribonucleic acid molecules, or RNA, jump-started life. But others say RNA is too big and complex to have come first. Instead, "metabolism-first" proponents argue simple carbon-based molecules first evolved metabolic functions. New research published in the journal PLOS ONE lends support to the me

2017-05-18 07:10:09
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SFL signs contract with Dubai to build environmental monitoring satellite  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) May 18, 2017 The Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) of Toronto reports it has signed of a new contract to provide Dubai-based Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) with a microsatellite for aerosol and greenhouse gas monitoring. SFL's Next-generation Earth Monitoring and Observation (NEMO) platform technology, which incorporates high-performance ground target tracking capability, is a key enabler for the

2017-05-18 06:52:57
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ICBM launch facility receives comprehensive maintenance  

Washington DC (UPI) May 16, 2017 An ICBM launch facility has undergone its first comprehensive programmed depot maintenance since the facility's activation in 1962. The maintenance of the launch facility at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana consisted of a complete overhaul of parts to ensure equipment meets military standards and requirements. The work was conducted by the 583rd Missile Maintenance Squadron, w

2017-05-18 06:50:59
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Space weather events linked to human activity  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 18, 2017 Our Cold War history is now offering scientists a chance to better understand the complex space system that surrounds us. Space weather - which can include changes in Earth's magnetic environment - are usually triggered by the sun's activity, but recently declassified data on high-altitude nuclear explosion tests have provided a new look at the mechansisms that set off perturbations in that magn

2017-05-18 05:43:46
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Dem Senators call on Trump Admin to not cut NASA Education Progran funding  

Washington DC (SPX) May 17, 2017 Today, U.S. Senators Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), co-chairs of the Senate Career and Technical Education (CTE) Caucus, are leading a group of 32 Senators in a letter urging the Senate Appropriations Committee to support NASA's Office of Education in the coming fiscal year. President Trump's budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) would eliminate NASA's Office of Education

2017-05-18 05:11:46
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Spaceflight buys Electron Rocket from Rocket Lab  

Seattle WA (SPX) May 18, 2017 Spaceflight has announced the purchase of a Rocket Lab Electron rocket to increase the frequency of its dedicated rideshare missions. The Electron is an ideal launch vehicle for dedicated and rideshare missions, especially those serving difficult-to-come-by launch destinations such as mid-inclination orbits for remote sensing satellites. In late 2015, Spaceflight began its dedicated

2017-05-18 03:42:36
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Aerojet Rocketdyne tests 3D-printed rocket  

Washington (UPI) May 17, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne has successfully tested a 3D-printed engine in a series of 17 experiments. The engine being tested is a liquid oxygen/kerosene, regenerative cooled, liquid rocket thrust chamber assembly design. The series of exercises cover the performance, reliability, range and durability of 3D-manufactured engines. Aerojet Rocketdyne says these engines are an 500 percent in

2017-05-18 03:40:13
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Indian Student Builds World's Smallest Satellite For NASA  

New Delhi (Sputnik) May 18, 2017 Rifath Shaarook, an 18-year-old student from the south Indian state of Tamil Nadu, has built a satellite which weighs only 64 grams and will be launched by NASA next month. Shaarook won the competition Cubes in Space, sponsored by NASA and the I Doodle Learning organization. Shaarook expressed his excitement over the news that his satellite will be launched by NASA. "I belong to Pall

2017-05-18 03:22:50
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Taking the guesswork out of designing extremely complex military systems  

Washington DC (SPX) May 18, 2017 Computational models and simulations can be enormously helpful when designing complex military systems such as new aerospace vehicles and engines, reducing development costs and times. However, realistic, high-fidelity models require enormous amounts of computing power in order to be able to accommodate all of the different factors that may affect predictive accuracy. To mitigate this comp

2017-05-18 03:02:55
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NASA asks science community for Europa Lander Instruments ideas  

Washington DC (SPX) May 18, 2017 NASA is asking scientists to consider what would be the best instruments to include on a mission to land on Jupiter's icy moon, Europa. NASA Wednesday informed the science community to prepare for a planned competition to select science instruments for a potential Europa lander. While a Europa lander mission is not yet approved by NASA, the agency's Planetary Science Division has fun

2017-05-18 02:53:41
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US Hypersonic Aircraft Will Not Catch Russia Flat-Footed  

Moscow (Sputnik) May 18, 2017 Speedy as they are, moving at about 6 kilometers a second (3.7 miles a second), the US hypersonic aircraft are still not fast enough to avoid the eagle eyes of Russia's missile attack warning system. The all-new Voronezh-class radar stations are able to spot and track America's hypersonic aircraft designed to bypass Russia's missile warning system. Until very recently the trajectories of t

2017-05-18 02:35:18
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First direct exploration of magnetic fields in the upper solar atmosphere  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) May 18, 2017 For the first time in the world, scientists have explored the magnetic field in the upper solar atmosphere by observing the polarization of ultraviolet light from the Sun. They accomplished this by analyzing data taken by the CLASP sounding rocket experiment during its 5-minute flight in space on September 3, 2015. The data show that the structures of the solar chromosphere and transition

2017-05-18 02:14:28
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One of first Soviet cosmonauts Gorbatko dies  

Moscow (AFP) May 17, 2017 Soviet cosmonaut Viktor Gorbatko, a colleague of Yuri Gagarin, the first man in space, died Wednesday at the age of 82, Russia's space agency said. Gorbatko was among the eight young pilots chosen in 1960 from 3,000 candidates in the Soviet manned flight programme to train for the country's first space mission. Born in southern Russia, Gorbatko was 26 when he joined the first team of c

2017-05-18 01:47:45
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Sandra Faber Receives $500,000 Gruber Cosmology Prize  

New Haven CT (SPX) May 18, 2017 The 2017 Gruber Foundation Cosmology Prize recognizes Sandra M. Faber for a body of work that has helped establish many of the foundational principles underlying the modern understanding of the universe on the largest scales. The citation praises Faber for "her groundbreaking studies of the structure, dynamics, and evolution of galaxies." That work has led to the widespread acceptance of t

2017-05-18 01:42:17
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First array release of images taken with MeerKAT 32  

Johannesburg, South Africa (SPX) May 17, 2017 The Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, delivered the Budget Vote of the Department of Science and Technology in Parliament on Tuesday, 16 May 2017. Students sponsored by SKA SA and staff members were invited to attend in the gallery. Prior to the Budget Vote, the Minister embarked on a tour of the exhibition at the Iziko Museum, where SKA SA joined other exhibitors for the showca

2017-05-17 08:24:58
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Sky Skimmer: Rocket Lab Sets Date for Lightweight Spacecraft Test Launch  

Mahia Peninsula, New Zealand (Sputnik) May 17, 2017 Rocket Lab, the aerospace company whose mission is to create rocket launch platforms that are lightweight and efficient, will begin test flights of their signature Electron small-launch vehicle on May 21. The launch will occur at the company's launch site on the Mahia Peninsula in New Zealand. "We are all incredibly excited to get to this point," said Rocket Lab founder and CEO Peter Beck

2017-05-17 07:54:16
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HP Enterprise unveils computer 'for era of Big Data'  

Washington (AFP) May 16, 2017 Researchers from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise on Tuesday unveiled what they claimed was a breakthrough in computing with a new machine capable of handling vast amounts of data at supercomputing speeds. The prototype named simple "the Machine" uses a new approach to computer architecture which the company says can be adapted for a range of Big Data applications, handling tasks at thousands of t

2017-05-17 07:47:32
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Beautiful, consistent carbon belts  

Nagoy, Japan (SPX) May 14, 2017 Chemists have tried to synthesize carbon nanobelts for more than 60 years, but none have succeeded until now. A team at Nagoya University reported the first organic synthesis of a carbon nanobelt in Science. Carbon nanobelts are expected to serve as a useful template for building carbon nanotubes and open a new field of nanocarbon science. The new nanobelt, measuring 0.83 nanometer (nm) in

2017-05-17 07:06:57
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Movie Shows Ceres at Opposition from Sun  

Pasadena CA (JPL) May 17, 2017 NASA's Dawn spacecraft successfully observed Ceres at opposition on April 29, taking images from a position exactly between the sun and Ceres' surface. Mission specialists had carefully maneuvered Dawn into a special orbit so that the spacecraft could view Occator Crater, which contains the brightest area of Ceres, from this new perspective. A new movie shows these opposition images, with

2017-05-17 06:39:05
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A Ground-Breaking Tool to Reconstruct the History of Galaxies  

Porto,Portugal (SPX) May 17, 2017 FADO is a new analysis tool, developed by Instituto de Astrofisica e Ciencias do Espaco[2] (IA) astronomers Jean Michel Gomes and Polychronis Papaderos, which uses light emitted by both stars and ionized gas in a galaxy, to reconstruct its formation history by means of genetic algorithms. This tool was presented in a recent article[3], accepted for publication in the journal Astronomy and Astrop

2017-05-17 06:35:49
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ISS crew harvest new crop of vegetables grown in space  

Houston TX (SPX) May 17, 2017 While preparing for the 200th spacewalk on the International Space Station, the crew members in orbit performed the latest harvest of vegetables grown in space. NASA astronaut Jack Fischer collected the latest crop of Tokyo Bekana Chinese cabbage for the Veg-03 investigation. Some of this was consumed at meal-time, and the rest sealed for analysis back on Earth. Understanding how plants re

2017-05-17 05:34:14
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Washington Still Has No Engine to Replace Russian-Made RD-180  

Moscow (Sputnik) May 17, 2017 US aerospace company Blue Origin suffered a setback while testing its Blue Engine 4 (BE-4), a staged-combustion rocket engine designed to replace Russian-made RD-180s, meaning that Washington still does not have an indigenously built version of a key piece of equipment needed to propel its Atlas V launch vehicles or its analogues into space. The private company, founded by Amazon.com CEO J

2017-05-17 05:19:41
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ISRO to Launch GSLV Mark III, Its Heaviest Rocket Soon  

New Delhi (Sputnik) May 17, 2017 Following the successful launch of the South Asia Satellite, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is now focused on the launch of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV Mk III), the heaviest rocket ISRO has ever launched at 640 tons. Already being described as a game changer and a great leap forward for the Indian space agency's ability to launch rockets with h

2017-05-17 04:39:50
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Airbus Safran Launchers to Become ArianeGroup  

Paris, France (SPX) May 17, 2017 Airbus Safran Launchers, the joint venture created at the initiative of the Airbus and Safran groups in order to reorganize the European launchers sector, is to be known as ArianeGroup. The change in corporate name will be effective as of July 1, 2017. This change in identity, embodied in one of Europe's biggest successes, is the logical next step following the decision of the ESA Member S

2017-05-17 04:10:22
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How hard did it rain on Mars  

Washington DC (SPX) May 17, 2017 Heavy rain on Mars reshaped the planet's impact craters and carved out river-like channels in its surface billions of years ago, according to a new study published in Icarus. In the paper, researchers from the Smithsonian Institution and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory show that changes in the atmosphere on Mars made it rain harder and harder, which had a similar effect o

2017-05-17 03:52:31
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Chemically tailored graphene  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) May 16, 2017 Two-dimensional graphene consists of single layers of carbon atoms and exhibits intriguing properties. The transparent material conducts electricity and heat extremely well. It is at the same time flexible and solid. Additionally, the electrical conductivity can be continuously varied between a metal and a semiconductor by, e.g., inserting chemically bound atoms and molecules into the grap

2017-05-17 03:46:02
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How Gorbachev Destroyed the USSR's Military Space Program, and What It Cost Russia  

Moscow (Sputnik) May 16, 2017 Thirty years ago, in May 1987, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev arrived in the Baikonur Cosmodrome to personally order the closure of the USSR's military space program. Three decades on, Russian military observer Alexander Khrolenko looks back on what last Soviet leader's decision cost the country then, and what toll it continues to take on Russia. In an article dedicated to the anniversary

2017-05-17 03:39:15
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NASA Aims to Create First-Ever Space-Based Sodium Lidar to Study Poorly Understood Mesosphere  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) May 17, 2017 A team of NASA scientists and engineers now believes it can leverage recent advances in a greenhouse-detecting instrument to build the world's first space-based sodium lidar to study Earth's poorly understood mesosphere. Scientist Diego Janches and laser experts Mike Krainak and Tony Yu, all of whom work at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, are leading a research-a

2017-05-17 03:07:37
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N. Korea says 'new missile' can carry nuclear warhead  

Seoul (AFP) May 15, 2017 North Korea Monday celebrated the launch of what appeared to be its longest-range ballistic missile yet tested in a bid to bring the US mainland within reach, saying it was capable of carrying a "heavy nuclear warhead". Leader Kim Jong-Un personally oversaw the test on Sunday, the official Korea Central News Agency (KCNA) said, and pictures by state media showed him gazing at the missile in

2017-05-17 02:25:25
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