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ORS-5 satellite prepped for launch  

Los Angeles AFP CA (AFNS) Aug 21, 2017 With a Flight Readiness Review successfully concluded Aug. 17, the Air Force's Operational Responsive Space (ORS)-5 satellite is now ready for its journey to equatorial orbit from Space Launch Complex-46 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. It is scheduled for launch on Aug. 25 during a four-hour launch window that opens at 11:15 p.m., EDT, after being stacked and mated atop a five-stag

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NASA protects its super heroes from space weather  

Houston TX (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 It's not a bird or a plane but it might be a solar storm. We like to think of astronauts as our super heroes, but the reality is astronauts are not built like Superman who gains strength from the sun. In fact, much of the energy radiating from the sun is harmful to us mere mortals. Outside Earth's protective magnetic field and atmosphere, the ionizing radiation in space will pose a serious

2017-08-20 07:41:35
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Russian Space Cameras on ISS May Replace US Models in 2018  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2017 Russian-made cameras for recording the activities of astronauts in outer space may replace similar US-made models as early as next year, Russia's Rocket and Space Corporation Energia (RSC Energia) said Thursday. Earlier in the day, a Sputnik correspondent reported from the Russian Mission Control Center (MCC) that two Russian members of the crew of the International Space Station (ISS), Fy

2017-08-20 06:41:15
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Russian Military Likely to Give Up Using Baikonur Spaceport Soon: Here's Why  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2017 Roscosmos and the Russian Ministry of Defense are likely to team up to facilitate the construction of the launch pad for the Angara heavy-lift carrier rockets, RIA Novosti contributor Andrei Stanavov writes, shedding light on why the Russian military is ready to give up using the Kazakhstan-based Baikonur cosmodrome. Russia will soon stop launching its military satellites from the Kazakhst

2017-08-20 06:28:50
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ESA's Proba-3 will create artificial solar eclipses  

Paris (ESA) Aug 21, 2017 Astrophysicists are joining sightseers in watching Monday's total solar eclipse across North America but, in the decade to come, they will be viewing eclipses that last for hours instead of a few minutes - thanks to a pioneering ESA space mission. Aiming for launch in late 2020, Proba-3 is not one but two small metre-scale satellites, lining up to cast a precise shadow across space to bloc

2017-08-20 06:12:45
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Soyuz-2 Rocket to Arrive at Vostochny on September 20 for November Launch  

Vostochny (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2017 Russia's Center for Ground-Based Space Infrastructure Facilities, the operator of Russia's cosmodromes, will ensure the delivery of the Soyuz-2 carrier rocket for the first 2017 launch from the Vostochny Cosmodrome on September 20, the center's CEO Ranohon Dzhuraeva said Wednesday. "The first rocket will arrive on September 20, from September 5 to September 7 the vehicle will be tested in

2017-08-20 05:24:02
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Air routes adjusted to protect FAST radio telescope  

Beijing (XNA) Aug 21, 2017 The Civil Aviation Administration of China has adjusted air routes around the world's largest radio telescope in southwestern province of Guizhou to protect the electromagnetic environment. The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), which was put into use in September 2016 to probe space for the faintest signs of life, is sensitive to any electromagnetic interference.

2017-08-20 05:18:40
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NASA launches latest TDRS communications satellite  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite-M (TDRS-M), which is the third and final in a series of next generation communications satellites, has successfully been placed into orbit following separation from an United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket. TDRS-M launched Friday at 8:29 a.m. EDT from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Ground controllers report the satellite is i

2017-08-20 04:26:39
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Equipment for Angara heavy-class rocket arrives at Vostochny Cosmodrome  

Vostochny (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2017 The first technological equipment for the launch of the Angara heavy class carrier rocket has been delivered to the Vostochny Space Center in Russian Far East, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said on Wednesday. "The first technological equipment for the Angara has arrived. It is in the assembly and testing facility," he said at a meeting at the Vostochny. On Wednesday, t

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Harnessing rich satellite data to estimate crop yield  

Urbana IL (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 Without advanced sensing technology, humans see only a small portion of the entire electromagnetic spectrum. Satellites see the full range--from high-energy gamma rays, to visible, infrared, and low-energy microwaves. The images and data they collect can be used to solve complex problems. For example, satellite data is being harnessed by researchers at the University of Illinois for a more compl

2017-08-20 04:06:59
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System tests prepare Orion for deep space exploration  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 Hurtling beyond the Moon at a speedy 25,000 mph for a three-week mission requires a space processor capable of operating with guaranteed reliability, in a high radiation environment tens of thousands of miles in deep space, at 480,000,000 instructions per second to execute thousands of commands and sequences for controlling the hundreds of spacecraft systems and components to ensure crew safety

2017-08-20 02:43:03
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Mars 2020 mission to use smart methods to seek signs of past life  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 NASA's Mars 2020 mission, which will look for signs of past life on Mars, will use smart methods originally developed to find the oldest life on Earth, according the mission's Deputy Project Scientist, Dr Ken Williford. The 2020 mission builds on the successes of prior rovers, to make coordinated measurements that could detect signs of ancient life - or biosignatures - in their original spatial

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Large asteroid to safely pass Earth on September 1  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 21, 2017 Asteroid Florence, a large near-Earth asteroid, will pass safely by Earth on Sept. 1, 2017, at a distance of about 4.4 million miles, (7.0 million kilometers, or about 18 Earth-Moon distances). Florence is among the largest near-Earth asteroids that are several miles in size; measurements from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and NEOWISE mission indicate it's about 2.7 miles (4.4 kilometers)

2017-08-20 01:56:18
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Roscosmos Approves Luna-25 Space Station Model in Moon Exploration Project  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 21, 2017 Russia's Roscosmos State Space Corporation on Friday said it approved a model of the Luna-25 space station created as part of the development project Luna-Glob Moon exploration program with the start of the mission scheduled for 2019. "The automatic interplanetary station Luna-25 will be the first mission of the Russian lunar program. The aim of the project is to create an automatic explor

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Japan launches satellite for better GPS system  

Tokyo (AFP) Aug 19, 2017 Japan on Saturday launched the third satellite in its effort to build a homegrown geolocation system aimed at improving the accuracy of car navigation systems and smartphone maps to mere centimetres. An H-IIA rocket blasted off at about 2:30 pm (0530 GMT) from the Tanegashima space centre in southern Japan, according to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). The rocket successf

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Galactic winds push researchers to probe galaxies at unprecedented scale  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 When astronomers peer into the universe, what they see often exceeds the limits of human understanding. Such is the case with low-mass galaxies - galaxies a fraction of the size of our own Milky Way. These small, faint systems made up of millions or billions of stars, dust, and gas constitute the most common type of galaxy observed in the universe. But according to astrophysicists' most ad

2017-08-18 07:41:34
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International team of researchers redefines cosmic velocity web  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 The cosmic web - the distribution of matter on the largest scales in the universe - has usually been defined through the distribution of galaxies. Now, a new study by a team of astronomers from France, Israel and Hawaii demonstrates a novel approach. Instead of using galaxy positions, they mapped the motions of thousands of galaxies. Because galaxies are pulled toward gravitational attractors an

2017-08-18 07:35:57
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Tracking a solar eruption through the Solar System  

Paris (ESA) Aug 17, 2017 Ten spacecraft, from ESA's Venus Express to NASA's Voyager-2, felt the effect of a solar eruption as it washed through the Solar System while three other satellites watched, providing a unique perspective on this space weather event. Scientists working on ESA's Mars Express were looking forward to investigating the effects of the close encounter of Comet Siding Spring on the Red Planet's atmosph

2017-08-18 07:07:33
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The mystery of the pulsating blue stars  

Nuremberg, Germany (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 In the middle of the large Chilean Atacama desert, a team of Polish astronomers are patiently monitoring millions of celestial bodies night after night with the help of a modern robotic telescope. In 2013, the team was surprised when they discovered, in the course of their survey, stars that pulsated much faster than expected. In the following years, the team that included Dr. Marilyn Lato

2017-08-18 07:03:20
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Chaotic magnetic field lines may answer the coronal heating problem  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 It is known that the sun's corona - the outermost layer of the sun's atmosphere - is roughly 100 times hotter than its photosphere - the sun's visible layer. The reason for this mysterious heating of the solar coronal plasma, however, is not yet entirely understood. A research team in India has developed a set of numerical computations to shed light on this phenomenon, and present this week in P

2017-08-18 06:07:16
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NASA watches the Sun put a stop to its own eruption  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 On Sept. 30, 2014, multiple NASA observatories watched what appeared to be the beginnings of a solar eruption. A filament - a serpentine structure consisting of dense solar material and often associated with solar eruptions - rose from the surface, gaining energy and speed as it soared. But instead of erupting from the Sun, the filament collapsed, shredded to pieces by invisible magnetic forces.

2017-08-18 06:02:55
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Cosmic magnifying lens reveals inner jets of black holes  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 Astronomers using Caltech's Owens Valley Radio Observatory (OVRO) have found evidence for a bizarre lensing system in space, in which a large assemblage of stars is magnifying a much more distant galaxy containing a jet-spewing supermassive black hole. The discovery provides the best view yet of blobs of hot gas that shoot out from supermassive black holes. "We have known about the existen

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NASA taps citizen scientists to help study eclipse  

Washington (UPI) Aug 17, 2017 An estimated 220 million people will watch Monday's eclipse. For a small percentage, the phenomenon will be more than a spectacle. It will be a chance to observe and record - for science's sake. Researchers at NASA are counting on the participation of thousands of citizen scientists to document next week's solar eclipse and to gather usable data for additional research. Scientis

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Why massive galaxies don't dance in crowds  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Australian scientists have discovered why heavyweight galaxies living in a dense crowd of galaxies tend to spin more slowly than their lighter neighbours. "Contrary to earlier thinking, the spin rate of the galaxy is determined by its mass, rather than how crowded its neighbourhood is," says study first author Associate Professor Sarah Brough of UNSW Sydney and the ARC Centre of Excellence

2017-08-18 04:51:42
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New 3-D simulations show how galactic centers cool their jets  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Some of the most extreme outbursts observed in the universe are the mysterious jets of energy and matter beaming from the center of galaxies at nearly the speed of light. These narrow jets, which typically form in opposing pairs are believed to be associated with supermassive black holes and other exotic objects, though the mechanisms that drive and dissipate them are not well understood.

2017-08-18 04:33:27
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The Radio Frequency Spectrum plus Machine Learning = equal A New Wave in Radio Technology  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 The current wave of artificial intelligence, driven by machine learning (ML) techniques, is all the rage, and for good reason. With sufficient training on digitized writing, spoken words, images, video streams, and other digital content, ML has become the basis of voice recognition, self-driving cars, and other previously only-imagined capabilities. As billions of phones, appliances, drone

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NASA, ESA spacecraft track solar storm through space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 Our Sun is active: Not only does it release a constant stream of material, called the solar wind, but it also lets out occasional bursts of faster-moving material, known as coronal mass ejections, or CMEs. NASA researchers wish to improve our understanding of CMEs and how they move through space because they can interact with the magnetic field around Earth, affecting satellites, interfering wit

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Massive particles test standard quantum theory  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Quantum mechanics describes how matter behaves on the smallest mass and length scales. However, the absence of quantum phenomena in our daily lives has triggered a search for minimal modifications of quantum mechanics, which might only be noticeable for massive particles. One candidate is to search for so-called higher-order interference. In standard quantum mechanics, the interference pat

2017-08-18 01:50:06
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Ohio Supercomputer Center helps researchers map invisible universe  

Columbus OH (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 The Ohio Supercomputer Center played a critical role in helping researchers reach a milestone mapping the growth of the universe from its infancy to present day. The new results released Aug. 3 confirm the surprisingly simple but puzzling theory that the present universe is composed of only 4 percent ordinary matter, 26 percent mysterious dark matter, and the remaining 70 percent in the fo

2017-08-18 01:36:58
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Russia could launch Spektr-RG space observatory with German telescope in 2018  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 16, 2017 Russia could launch the Spektr-RG (Spectrum Roentgen Gamma) space observatory with the German eRosita X-ray telescope in October 2018, a spokesperson of the Lavochkin Research and Production Association aerospace company told Sputnik on Monday. The Spektr-RG observatory is supposed to be placed at Lagrange point L2, an orbital location where gravitational forces of the Moon and Earth would

2017-08-18 01:22:39
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'Dragon captured' as cargo arrives at space station  

Miami (AFP) Aug 16, 2017 SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo vessel, carrying the first super-computer to space as part of its 6,400 pound (2,900 kilograms) payload arrived Wednesday at the International Space Station. "And that is confirmed capture," said a NASA commentator as space station's robotic arm grabbed the spaceship at 6:52 am (1052 GMT). The spaceship blasted off Monday from Cape Canaveral, Florida, carry

2017-08-17 07:41:31
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Astronomers catch exploding supernova early  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 For the first time, astronomers have observed a cosmic event in great detail that they only had glimpses of before: a supernova and its explosive ejecta slamming into a nearby companion star. The discovery was made possible by a specialized survey taking advantage of recent advances in linking telescopes across the globe into a robotic network. David Sand, an assistant professor at the Uni

2017-08-17 07:07:52
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World's largest volcanic range may lurk beneath Antarctic ice  

Edinburgh, UK (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 West Antarctica's vast ice sheet conceals what may be the largest volcanic region on earth, research has revealed. The continent's ice covers almost 100 newly discovered volcanoes, the largest of which is as tall as the Eiger in Switzerland, a study has found. Geologists and ice experts say the range has many similarities to East Africa's volcanic ridge, which is currently acknowledged to be the

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New thruster design increases efficiency for future spaceflight  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 Hall thrusters (HTs) are used in earth-orbiting satellites, and also show promise to propel robotic spacecraft long distances, such as from Earth to Mars. The propellant in a HT, usually xenon, is accelerated by an electric field which strips electrons from neutral xenon atoms, creating a plasma. Plasma ejected from the exhaust end of the thruster can deliver great speeds, typically around 70,00

2017-08-17 05:34:41
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New plate adds plot twist to ancient tectonic tale  

Houston TX (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 A microplate discovered off the west coast of Ecuador adds another piece to Earth's tectonic puzzle, according to Rice University scientists. Researchers led by Rice geophysicist Richard Gordon discovered the microplate, which they have named "Malpelo," while analyzing the junction of three other plates in the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Malpelo Plate, named for an island and an underwater

2017-08-17 05:33:55
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NASA studies CubeSat mission to solve Venusian mystery  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 Venus looks bland and featureless in visible light, but change the filter to ultraviolet, and Earth's twin suddenly looks like a different planet. Dark and light areas stripe the sphere, indicating that something is absorbing ultraviolet wavelengths in the planet's cloud tops. A team of scientists and engineers working at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has recei

2017-08-17 05:30:23
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ASU graduate student leads study estimating oxygen loss in ancient global ocean  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 A loss of oxygen in global ocean seawater 94 million years ago led to a mass extinction of marine life that lasted for roughly half a million years. Scientists have found several potential explanations for how the loss of oxygen happened. These could include enhanced volcanic activity, increased nutrients reaching the ocean, rising sea levels, and warming sea and surface temperatures. But to poi

2017-08-17 05:24:10
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Reality Bites for Google Lunar X-Prize  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 Once again, the ever-fluid deadline for the Google Lunar X-Prize (GLXP) has been extended. This award is now getting well beyond its use-by date. The GLXP was already on shaky ground before this. The latest announcement only deepens the wounds to this increasingly questionable project. When it was announced in 2007, the GLXP was an inspiration. It gave publicity and credibility to the rapi

2017-08-17 04:06:54
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A fleeting blue glow  

Santa Barbara CA (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 In the 2009 film "Star Trek," a supernova hurtles through space and obliterates a planet unfortunate enough to be in its path. Fiction, of course, but it turns out the notion is not so farfetched. Using the nearby Las Cumbres Observatory (LCO), astrophysicists from UC Santa Barbara have observed something similar: an exploding star slamming into a nearby companion star. What's more, they d

2017-08-17 04:02:47
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Disruptioneering: Streamlining the Process of Scientific Discovery  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 DARPA's Defense Sciences Office (DSO) has announced the first programs under its new Disruptioneering effort, which pushes for faster identification and exploration of bold and risky ideas with the goal of accelerating scientific discovery. Under the new concept, DSO program managers intend to develop small programs of $5 million or less in total funding on an expedited timeline, with an i

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New SQUID-based detector opens up new fields of study with new level of sensitivity  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Investigators at the University of Colorado, Boulder and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have developed a new sensor array-based instrument that offers ultra-low noise detection of small amounts of energy for a number of applications. The new device allows for the collection of data from many more detectors than was previously possible. The advance, reported in this wee

2017-08-17 03:16:05
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Updated computer code improves prediction of particle motion in plasma experiments  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 A computer code used by physicists around the world to analyze and predict tokamak experiments can now approximate the behavior of highly energetic atomic nuclei, or ions, in fusion plasmas more accurately than ever. The new capability, developed by physicist Mario Podesta at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), outfits the code known as TRANSP with a

2017-08-17 02:55:02
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Balloons and drones and clouds  

Albuquerque NM (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Last week, researchers at Sandia National Laboratories flew a tethered balloon and an unmanned aerial system, colloquially known as a drone, together for the first time to get Arctic atmospheric temperatures with better location control than ever before. In addition to providing more precise data for weather and climate models, being able to effectively operate UASs in the Arctic is important fo

2017-08-17 02:45:56
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Kestrel Eye satellite launched to International Space Station aboard SpaceX  

Washington (UPI) Aug 15, 2017 The U.S. Army has successfully launched a Kestrel Eye reconnaissance microsatellite aboard a SpaceX mission to the International Space Station. The launch took place at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Monday and included cargo resupply for the ISS crew. The Kestrel Eye will be deployed from the ISS following a scheduled Japanese airlock experiment. The Kestrel Ey

2017-08-17 02:20:03
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NASA-led airborne mission studies storm intensification in northern hemisphere  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Aug 17, 2017 A group of NASA and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientists are teaming up this month for an airborne mission focused on studying severe storm processes and intensification. The Hand-On Project Experience (HOPE) Eastern Pacific Origins and Characteristics of Hurricanes (EPOCH) field campaign will utilize NASA's Global Hawk autonomous aircraft to study storms in the Northern

2017-08-17 01:34:44
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Nature provides a key to repelling liquids  

Thuwal, Saudi Arabia (SPX) Aug 07, 2017 Inspired by nature, an inexpensive green technique that enables common materials to repel liquid has been developed by KAUST scientists and could lead to diverse applications from underwater drag reduction to antifouling. Making surfaces liquid repellent, referred to as omniphobicity, is used in a range of industrial processes from reducing biofouling and underwater drag to membrane distil

2017-08-16 07:12:03
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Experiments cast doubt on how the Earth was formed  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 New geochemical research indicates that existing theories of the formation of the Earth may be mistaken. The results of experiments to show how zinc (Zn) relates to sulphur (S) under the conditions present at the time of the formation of the Earth more than 4 billion years ago, indicate that there is a substantial quantity of Zn in the Earth's core, whereas previously there had been thought to b

2017-08-16 07:10:03
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SHIIVER tank arrives at NASA's Marshall Center for spray-on foam insulation  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 A technical challenge that NASA is working to solve is how to maintain very cold liquid propellants to be used as fuel for deep space missions. Heat intercept concepts such as advanced insulation blankets, foam insulation and vapor-based cooling will be evaluated with the Structural Heat Intercept Insulation Vibration Evaluation Rig or SHIIVER, which arrived Aug. 10 at NASA's Marshall Space Flig

2017-08-16 07:01:25
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Archinaut Project conducts first large-scale 3D build in space-like environment  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Archinaut, a NASA Technology Demonstration Mission (TDM) project developing cutting-edge technology to build and assemble complex hardware and supersized structures on demand in space, achieved an unprecedented milestone this summer. "To our knowledge, this is the first time additive manufacturing has been successfully tested on such a large scale in the vacuum and temperature conditions o

2017-08-16 06:36:46
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Solar eclipses baffle, captivate humans throughout history  

Washington (UPI) Aug 15, 2017 On August 21, a wide swath of the United States will witness a total solar eclipse, and the rest of the country will see at least a partial eclipse. While modern humans understand the moon has passed between the sun and Earth, temporarily blocking out the sun, that has not always been the case and the momentary darkness has garnered a wide range of reactions throughout history. I

2017-08-16 05:10:53
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Heat-conducting plastic could lead to lighter electronics, cars  

Ann Arbor MI (SPX) Aug 07, 2017 Advanced plastics could usher in lighter, cheaper, more energy-efficient product components, including those used in vehicles, LEDs and computers - if only they were better at dissipating heat. A new technique that can change plastic's molecular structure to help it cast off heat is a promising step in that direction. Developed by a team of University of Michigan researchers in mater

2017-08-16 05:05:28
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Asteroid Apophis has One in 100,000 chance of hitting Earth  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 The huge nearly 400-meter wide asteroid Apophis is still on a list of hazardous near-Earth objects (NEOs), regarded as a potential threat to our planet. However, new calculations made by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) scientist, show that Apophis' odds of Earth impact are lower than previously estimated. "We cannot yet exclude the possibility that it could impact our planet, but we

2017-08-16 04:48:45
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Exotic quantum states made from light  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Light particles (photons) occur as tiny, indivisible portions. Many thousands of these light portions can be merged to form a single super-photon if they are sufficiently concentrated and cooled. The individual particles merge with each other, making them indistinguishable. Researchers call this a photonic Bose-Einstein condensate. It has long been known that normal atoms form such condens

2017-08-16 03:47:42
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Tidally locked exoplanets may be more common than previously thought  

Seattle WA (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 Many exoplanets to be found by coming high-powered telescopes will probably be tidally locked - with one side permanently facing their host star - according to new research by astronomer Rory Barnes of the University of Washington. Barnes, a UW assistant professor of astronomy and astrobiology, arrived at the finding by questioning the long-held assumption that only those stars that are mu

2017-08-16 03:19:38
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Envistacom wins $10M Army communications contract  

Washington (UPI) Aug 9, 2017 The U.S. Army recently awarded Envistacom with a contract to provide communications and operations support to forces deployed in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The support contract, issued by the U.S. Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground, is for the U.S. Army's 2nd Theater Signal Brigade and 102nd Strategic Signal Battalion and the Enterprise Satellite Communications

2017-08-16 02:39:47
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NASA: let's say something to Voyager 1 on 40th anniversary of launch  

Washington (AFP) Aug 15, 2017 NASA is seeking suggestions from the public for a message to beam far, far out into space to the probe Voyager 1 in time for the 40th anniversary of its launch. The US space agency wants input via Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and other social media, and the public will vote on what short message we on earth should send to the intrepid, overachieving little space traveler. NASA said on it

2017-08-16 02:35:08
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Studying the sun's atmosphere with the total solar eclipse of 2017  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 16, 2017 A total solar eclipse happens somewhere on Earth about once every 18 months. But because Earth's surface is mostly ocean, most eclipses are visible over land for only a short time, if at all. The total solar eclipse of Aug. 21, 2017, is different - its path stretches over land for nearly 90 minutes, giving scientists an unprecedented opportunity to make scientific measurements from the ground.

2017-08-16 02:13:25
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Day to night and back again: Earth's ionosphere during the total solar eclipse  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 On Aug. 21, 2017, the Moon will slide in front of the Sun and for a brief moment, day will melt into a dusky night. Moving across the country, the Moon's shadow will block the Sun's light, and weather permitting, those within the path of totality will be treated to a view of the Sun's outer atmosphere, called the corona. But the total solar eclipse will also have imperceptible effects, suc

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Russia's S7 group plans to resume Zenit lunches from Sea Launch platform  

Moscow (Sputnik) Aug 16, 2017 Russia's S7 Space Transportation Systems company plans to start launching Zenit-3SL carrier rockets from the Sea Launch floating platform and continue until 2023, the company said on its website Monday. "Work is underway to end the conservation of the complex and to restore launch activities with the use of Zenit carrier rockets in the current configuration until 2023," the company said.

2017-08-16 01:39:15
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N.Korean missiles based on motor from ex-Soviet plant: report  

Washington (AFP) Aug 14, 2017 North Korea's recent rapid progress in developing a long-range missile appears to have come after it refurbished rocket engines procured from a plant in the former Soviet Union, according to an expert report published Monday. According to Michael Elleman of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, the missiles used in recent North Korean tests were based on the RD-250 engine once m

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Lunar dynamo's lifetime extended by at least 1 billion years  

Boston MA (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 New evidence from ancient lunar rocks suggests that an active dynamo once churned within the molten metallic core of the moon, generating a magnetic field that lasted at least 1 billion years longer than previously thought. Dynamos are natural generators of magnetic fields around terrestrial bodies, and are powered by the churning of conducting fluids within many stars and planets. In a pa

2017-08-15 07:55:47
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New mission going to the space station to explore mysteries of 'cosmic rain'  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 A new experiment set for an Aug. 14 launch to the International Space Station will provide an unprecedented look at a rain of particles from deep space, called cosmic rays, that constantly showers our planet. The Cosmic Ray Energetics And Mass mission destined for the International Space Station (ISS-CREAM) is designed to measure the highest-energy particles of any detector yet flown in space.

2017-08-15 07:15:37
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Teledyne Brown Engineering and Oakman Aerospace, Inc. to partner on MUSES Platform  

Washington DC (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 centered on the Multi-User System for Earth Sensing (MUSES) which was launched on June 3, 2017 and is currently operating aboard the International Space Station (ISS). This platform was developed as part of a cooperative agreement with Teledyne Brown Engineering and NASA and will provide opportunities for imaging, technology demonstration, and space qualification payloads supporting commer

2017-08-15 07:08:50
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Moon's magnetic field lasted far longer than once believed  

New Brunswick NJ (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 The moon's magnetic field lasted 1 billion to 2.5 billion years longer than once thought - a finding with important implications for habitability on other moons and planets throughout the universe, a Rutgers University-New Brunswick professor says. "The Earth's magnetic field is a shield that protects us from dangerous solar wind particles and ionizing radiation, so magnetic fields play a

2017-08-15 06:24:40
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Cassini Prepares to Say Goodbye to a True Titan  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 14, 2017 Mere weeks away from its dramatic, mission-ending plunge into Saturn, NASA's Cassini spacecraft has a hectic schedule, orbiting the planet every week in its Grand Finale. On a few orbits, Saturn's largest moon, Titan, has been near enough to tweak Cassini's orbit, causing the spacecraft to approach Saturn a bit closer or a bit farther away. A couple of those distant passes even pushed Cassini in

2017-08-15 05:54:25
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RAVAN CubeSat measures Earth's outgoing energy  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 An experimental small satellite has successfully collected and delivered data on a key measurement for predicting changes in Earth's climate. The Radiometer Assessment using Vertically Aligned Nanotubes (RAVAN) CubeSat was launched into low-Earth orbit on Nov. 11, 2016, in order to test new technologies that help to measure Earth's radiation imbalance, which is the difference between the a

2017-08-15 05:13:54
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Asteroid 2012 TC4 will fly past Earth in October 2017  

Paris (ESA) Aug 14, 2017 A small asteroid flying past Earth on 12 October will provide scientists with a valuable opportunity to learn more about its orbit and composition. The campaign will exercise the international network of observatories and research organisations working on planetary defence. Astronomers recently spotted asteroid 2012 TC4 under a collaboration between ESA and the European Southern Observator

2017-08-15 04:46:13
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NASA airborne mission returns to Africa to study smoke, clouds  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 NASA's P-3 research plane begins flights this month through both clouds and smoke over the South Atlantic Ocean to understand how tiny airborne particles called aerosols change the properties of clouds and how they influence the amount of incoming sunlight the clouds reflect or absorb. The Observations of Aerosols above Clouds and their Interactions, or ORACLES, field mission is carrying o

2017-08-15 04:14:31
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Airbus completes MetOp-C platform/payload coupling  

Toulouse, France (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 MetOp-C is the third and final satellite of the first generation of MetOp polar-orbiting meteorological satellites. The payload module of MetOp-C, developed and built by Airbus in Germany, was delivered to Toulouse after it completed a series of tests at ESTEC, the technical centre of the European Space Agency (ESA) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands. The satellite, weighing in at four to

2017-08-15 03:51:15
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SpaceX launches super-computer to space station  

Miami (AFP) Aug 14, 2017 SpaceX on Monday blasted off its unmanned Dragon cargo ship toward the International Space Station, carrying a host of science experiments and the most powerful computer ever sent into orbit. "Three, two, one, and liftoff," a SpaceX commentator said as the white Falcon 9 rocket climbed into the blue sky over Cape Canaveral, Florida at 12:31 pm (1631 GMT). Three minutes after launch, the

2017-08-15 03:38:04
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25 Years of Global Sea Level Data, and Counting  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 14, 2017 This past week marks the 25th anniversary of the launch of a revolutionary ocean research vessel - a space "ship." As the NASA/CNES Topex-Poseidon satellite ascended into orbit, it ushered in a new era of oceanography with the first highly accurate, global measurements of sea levels. That mission and its three successors, all named Jason, have continuously mapped global ocean currents and

2017-08-15 03:33:42
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Cassini to begin final five orbits around Saturn  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 14, 2017 NASA's Cassini spacecraft will enter new territory in its final mission phase, the Grand Finale, as it prepares to embark on a set of ultra-close passes through Saturn's upper atmosphere with its final five orbits around the planet. Cassini will make the first of these five passes over Saturn at 9:22 p.m. PDT Sunday, Aug. 13 (12:22 a.m. EDT Monday, Aug. 14). The spacecraft's point of close

2017-08-15 02:40:44
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Lockheed Martin integrates first modernized A2100 satellite  

Denver CO (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 A team of engineers and technicians at Lockheed Martin has completed the integration of the company's first modernized A2100 satellite. The spacecraft, known as Hellas-Sat-4/SaudiGeoSat-1, now moves into final assembly and testing, on track for launch in the second quarter of 2018. Built for Arabsat and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, the satellite will provid

2017-08-15 01:36:40
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China's satellite sends unbreakable cipher from space  

Beijing (XNA) Aug 14, 2017 Chinese scientists have become the first to realize quantum key distribution from a satellite to the ground, laying the foundation for building a hack-proof global quantum communication network. The achievement based on experiments conducted with the world' s first quantum satellite, Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QUESS), was published in the authoritative academic journal Nature on T

2017-08-15 01:31:27
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SpaceX to launch super-computer to space  

Miami (AFP) Aug 13, 2017 SpaceX is poised to launch an unmanned cargo ship toward the International Space Station Monday, including a super-computer that could direct astronauts on future deep-space missions. The liftoff of the Falcon 9 rocket, carrying the Dragon cargo ship, is planned for 12:31 pm (1631 GMT) from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The weather forecast is 70 percent favorable for launch. The mission

2017-08-13 13:13:28
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Opportunity takes in the panoramic view while crossing some rocky terrain  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 14, 2017 Opportunity is located in Perseverance Valley on the west rim of Endeavour crater and has resumed normal science activities post-conjunction. Taking advantage of the position through conjunction, on Sol 4809 (August 3, 2017) the rover began two sols of robotic arm activity collecting a set of Microscopic Imager (MI) mosaics of the target called "Parral" and then a set of Alpha Particle X-r

2017-08-12 06:37:39
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Scientists probe Neptune's depths to reveal secrets of icy planets  

Edinburgh UK (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Scientists have helped solve the mystery of what lies beneath the surface of Neptune - the most distant planet in our solar system. A new study sheds light on the chemical make-up of the planet, which lies around 4.5 billion kilometres from the sun. Extremely low temperatures on planets like Neptune - called ice giants - mean that chemicals on these distant worlds exist in a frozen s

2017-08-12 05:32:55
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Xian Satellite Control Center resolves over 10 major satellite faults in 50 years  

Xi'an, China (XNA) Aug 14, 2017 Over the 50 years since its founding, the Xi'an Satellite Control Center has successfully resolved major faults in over 10 satellites, saving the country billions yuan in possible losses, the center said Wednesday. Founded in 1967, the center is tasked with routine telemetry, orbit control and breakdown diagnosis and maintenance of satellites. In one case, the center successfully sen

2017-08-12 05:06:22
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Curiosity watches Martian clouds pass over Gale Crater  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Aug 14, 2017 Wispy, early-season clouds resembling Earth's ice-crystal cirrus clouds move across the Martian sky in some new image sequences from NASA's Curiosity Mars rover. These clouds are the most clearly visible so far from Curiosity, which landed five years ago this month about five degrees south of Mars' equator. Clouds moving in the Martian sky have been observed previously by Curiosity and oth

2017-08-12 04:58:18
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Preserving the stress of volcanic uprise on Mars  

Paris (ESA) Aug 14, 2017 An ancient mountain range on Mars preserves a complex volcanic and tectonic past imprinted with signs of water and ice interactions. The images, taken on 9 April by the high-resolution stereo camera on ESA's Mars Express, show the Thaumasia mountains and Coracis Fossae, which fringe the huge Solis Planum volcanic plateau from the south. The region lies to the south of the vast Valles

2017-08-12 04:50:36
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India to Launch Exclusive Satellite for Afghanistan  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Aug 14, 2017 India and Afghanistan expects to shortly sign a memorandum of understanding for launching of an exclusive satellite for Afghanistan by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). Afghanistan's minister for telecommunication and technology Syed Ahmad Shah Sadat recently met Indian Ambassador Manpreet Vohra in Kabul and made a formal request that India should launch a satellite exclusivel

2017-08-12 04:32:05
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Researchers set record for fastest light pulse  

Orlando FL (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 A research team at the University of Central Florida has demonstrated the fastest light pulse ever developed, a 53-attosecond X-ray flash. The group led by Professor Zenghu Chang beat its own record set in 2012: a 67-attosecond extreme ultraviolet light pulse that was the fastest at the time. At one-quintillionth of a second, an attosecond is unimaginably fast. In 53 attoseconds, lig

2017-08-12 04:30:56
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Blue Sky Network Reaffirms Commitment to Brazilian Market  

San Diego CA (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Blue Sky Network, an industry leading global provider of satellite asset tracking and fleet management solutions, announced that the company's new management team, led by President Gregoire Demory, would attend the LABACE trade show August 15th to 17th in Sao Paulo. LABACE is Latin America's largest, and the world's second largest, business aviation trade show. "Our new management and sale

2017-08-12 04:26:47
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SSL and NASA complete preliminary design review for on-orbit robotic servicing spacecraft  

Palo Alto CA (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Space Systems Loral (SSL), a leading provider of innovative satellites and spacecraft systems, reports it successfully completed the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) for NASA's Restore-L mission to provide satellite servicing in Low Earth Orbit (LEO). With the completion of the PDR, Restore-L is proceeding on schedule to the next phase of development and its launch in 2020. As announced las

2017-08-12 02:27:29
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An NJIT researcher throws a global ham radio 'party' to study the eclipse  

Newark NJ (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 When a solar eclipse plunges the country into darkness Aug. 21, Nathaniel Frissell will be stationed directly along the shadow's path, leading one of the largest ionospheric experiments in the history of space science from the back porch of a cabin in Gilbertsville, Kentucky. With a 102 ft. wire antenna, he will contact a network of ham radio operators he's assembled around the world to te

2017-08-12 01:47:47
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SpaceX Sets August 14 Launch Date for Next US Resupply Mission to ISS  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Aug 14, 2017 Three tons of supplies and payloads for the International Space Station are scheduled for a Monday afternoon launch at the Kennedy Space Center, SpaceX said in a press release on Wednesday. The Dragon spacecraft, launched atop the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, will deliver nearly 6,000 pounds of supplies and payloads, including materials to support more than 250 science and research experiments,

2017-08-12 01:36:41
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Trump boasts of US nuclear arsenal in new NKorea warning  

Washington (AFP) Aug 9, 2017 President Donald Trump on Wednesday ratcheted up his war of words with North Korea, declaring that America's nuclear arsenal was "more powerful than ever" - even as his team insisted there was no imminent threat of danger. Hours after putting Pyongyang on notice that it faced "fire and fury" over its weapons and ballistic missile programs, Trump took to Twitter to issue another stark warnin

2017-08-12 01:26:01
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TRAPPIST-1 twice as old as our solar system  

Washington (UPI) Aug 11, 2017 Astronomers have narrowed in on a more precise estimate of the TRAPPIST-1 system. Scientists believe the star and its exoplanets are between 5.4 and 9.8 billion years old - as much as twice as old as our solar system. The sun was born 4.5 billion years ago. In February, NASA announced the discovery of seven Earth-sized planets orbiting TRAPPIST-1, an ultra-cool dwarf located 40

2017-08-11 18:28:59
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How to watch this weekend's Perseid meteor shower  

Washington (UPI) Aug 11, 2017 Skywatchers in the Northern Hemisphere will be treated to a show of shooting stars on Friday and Saturday night as the Perseid meteor shower peaks over the weekend. There is one problem, however: a near-full moon. The moon turned full on August 7. By Saturday, the moon will be an 80 percent full waning gibbous. Clouds and light-pollution - whether from skyscrapers or full moons

2017-08-11 17:47:48
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Scientists predict chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface  

Washington (UPI) Aug 11, 2017 Thanks to a new computer model, planetary scientists now have a better idea of the types of chemicals hiding beneath Neptune's icy surface. Often, scientists attempt to replicate planetary conditions in the lab, but Neptune is home to extreme pressures and temperatures, making such a method difficult. Instead, scientists at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland developed a model to si

2017-08-11 15:44:47
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Asteroid to shave past Earth on Oct 12: ESA  

Paris (AFP) Aug 10, 2017 A house-sized asteroid will shave past our planet on October 12, far inside the Moon's orbit but without posing any threat, astronomers said Thursday. The space rock will zoom by harmlessly at a distance of about 44,000 kilometres (27,300 miles) - an eighth of the distance from the Earth to the Moon, according to the European Space Agency, This is just far enough to miss our geostationa

2017-08-11 03:39:56
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Polish astronomers attempt to solve pulsating blue stars puzzle  

Washington (UPI) Aug 9, 2017 A team of astronomers is trying to account for a mysterious new class of rapidly pulsating blue stars. Researchers first discovered the unusual pulsating stars - detailed this week in the journal Nature Astronomy - during a 2013 survey. Since then, the team of Polish scientists have returned to the Chilean desert several times to get a better grasp on what makes these stars tic

2017-08-10 07:32:52
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India Eyes Big Business with Africa in Space Exploration  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Aug 09, 2017 The recent foray of Ghana into space exploration provides immense business opportunities for the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), which boasts the most cost-effective launch vehicle. New Delhi (Spuntik) - Ghana recently launched its first ever satellite, GhanaSat-1, from NASA's International Space Station. A group of students at Ghana's All Nations University (ANU) built the sate

2017-08-10 07:24:16
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NASA Guide Outlines Deep Space Rocket's Unprecedented Capabilities  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 The Space Launch System (SLS) provides America with a unique capability to launch more than double what any current vehicle can carry on the first SLS mission and up to four times as much on subsequent SLS launches. The rocket can send humans on exploration missions, carry large cargos, such as habitats, and still have room for exploration supplies and small and large scientific payloads.

2017-08-10 07:08:53
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NASA, Norway to develop Arctic laser-ranging station  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 NASA and the Norwegian Mapping Authority are partnering to develop a state-of-the-art satellite laser ranging station 650 miles from the North Pole that will produce high-precision locations of orbiting satellites, help track changes in the ice sheets and improve the efficiency of marine transportation and agriculture. The Arctic station will be the latest addition to a global network of s

2017-08-10 06:38:41
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The sun's core makes a complete rotation in one week  

Paris (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 The rotation rate of the Sun's core has been accurately measured for the first time. The Sun, which has been remarkably stable for the past 4.6 billion years, is held together by the almost perfect equilibrium between the force of gravity, which tends to cause it to collapse, and the pressure of the thermonuclear reactions in its core. Now, researchers working together with a team at the L

2017-08-10 06:25:39
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Tiny terahertz laser could be used for imaging, chemical detection  

Boston MA (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 Terahertz radiation - the band of the electromagnetic spectrum between microwaves and visible light - has promising applications in medical and industrial imaging and chemical detection, among other uses. But many of those applications depend on small, power-efficient sources of terahertz rays, and the standard method for producing them involves a bulky, power-hungry, tabletop device.

2017-08-10 05:18:27
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Scientists probe the conditions of stellar interiors to measure nuclear reactions  

Livermore CA (SPX) Aug 09, 2017 Most of the nuclear reactions that drive the nucleosynthesis of the elements in our universe occur in very extreme stellar plasma conditions. This intense environment found in the deep interiors of stars has made it nearly impossible for scientists to perform nuclear measurements in these conditions - until now. In a unique cross-disciplinary collaboration between the fields of plasma phys

2017-08-10 04:28:51
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New railgun ready for testing  

Washington (UPI) Aug 1, 2017 A new 10 mega joule medium-range multi-mission railgun from General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems has been assembled and is ready for testing, the company announced on Monday. The railgun, which provides multi-mission, multi-domain capability with greater flexibility for ship, land and mobile platforms will be put through its paces at Dugway Proving Ground in Utah, the company said. /

2017-08-10 04:22:21
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Scientists find four Earth-like exoplanets orbiting closest sun-like star  

Washington (UPI) Aug 9, 2017 Scientists have found four Earth-like exoplanets orbiting a star system just 12 light-years away. The four planets are the closest Earth-like worlds yet discovered. And at just 1.7 Earth masses, they're also the smallest nearby Earth-like planets. Astronomers detected the presence of the four exoplanets by analyzing slight wobbles in the movement of tau Ceti, the closest known su

2017-08-10 02:57:22
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