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Army engineers develop technique to make adaptive materials  

Aberdeen Proving Ground MD (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 Engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and the University of Maryland have developed a technique that causes a composite material to become stiffer and stronger on-demand when exposed to ultraviolet light. This on-demand control of composite behavior could enable a variety of new capabilities for future Army rotorcraft design, performance and maintenance. ARL's Dr. Frank Gard

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2018-04-20 03:45:27

Moon Colonization: Why do we want it and what technologies do we have?  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 20, 2018 Scientists are convinced that humankind is capable of turning the Moon into a space outpost: people have cosmodromes, heavy carrier rockets, space modules and lunar rovers. Sputnik reveals what is behind the human desire to conquer space and what challenges colonizers may face on the way. The idea of the Moon's colonization was quite popular during the Cold War era. But in the mid-1970s su

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2018-04-20 03:30:33

Clear as mud: Desiccation cracks help reveal the shape of water on Mars  

Boulder CO (SPX) Apr 20, 2018 As Curiosity rover marches across Mars, the red planet's watery past comes into clearer focus. In early 2017 scientists announced the discovery of possible desiccation cracks in Gale Crater, which was filled by lakes 3.5 billion years ago. Now, a new study has confirmed that these features are indeed desiccation cracks, and reveals fresh details about Mars' ancient climate. "We are n

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2018-04-20 03:27:11

Virtual contact lenses for radar satellites  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 Radar satellites supply the data used to map sea level and ocean currents. However, up until now the radar's "eyes" have been blind where the oceans are covered by ice. Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now developed a new analysis method to solve this problem. The melting of the polar ice cap would have a drastic effect: Sea level would rise by several meters ar

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2018-04-20 03:05:42

US Air Force awards nearly $1 bn for hypersonic missile  

Washington (AFP) April 19, 2018 The US Air Force is awarding almost $1 billion to Lockheed Martin to design and develop a hypersonic missile that can be launched from a warplane. The contract follows repeated warnings from senior defense officials about rapid advances by China and Russia in the field of hypersonic weaponry, where missiles can fly at many times the speed of sound and dodge missile-defense systems. In a

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2018-04-20 03:02:49

US Senate narrowly confirms Trump's new NASA chief  

Washington (AFP) April 19, 2018 The US Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed President Donald Trump's pick to head the space agency NASA, over objections from Democrats who warned he lacked a technical background. Jim Bridenstine, a congressman from Oklahoma, US Navy veteran and former pilot, was confirmed on a 50-49 vote, and will become the 13th administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration seven mon

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2018-04-20 02:59:57

Lockheed Martin Submits Proposal for U.S. Air Force's GPS 3F Program  

Denver CO (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 ockheed Martin has submitted a competitive and fully compliant proposal for the U.S. Air Force's GPS III Follow On (GPS IIIF) program, which will add enhanced capabilities to the most advanced GPS satellites ever designed. The GPS IIIF program intends to produce up to 22 next-generation satellites. The Air Force's first 10 GPS III satellites, currently in full production at Lockheed Martin

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2018-04-20 02:52:49

Russia, China Develop Capabilities to Disable US Satellites, USAF Secretary Says  

Colorado Springs CO (Sputnik) Apr 18, 2018 US Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said on Tuesday that Moscow and Beijing are developing their capabilities to disrupt US satellites. "We face a more competitive and dangerous international security environment than we have seen in decades... Russia and China are developing capabilities to disable our satellites," Wilson said at the annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs. Wil

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2018-04-20 02:51:20

US Strategic Command observed Russia, China operating hypersonic missiles  

Colorado Springs CO (Sputnik) Apr 18, 2018 The States United has observed Russia and China operating hypersonic missiles, US Strategic Command (STRATCOM) commander Gen. John Hyten told reporters. "We observed Russia and China operating hypersonic missiles," Hyten said on Tuesday. "We have observed both Russia and China testing hypersonic capabilities." Earlier, Gen. John Hyten in his testimony before the US Senate Armed Servi

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2018-04-20 02:40:22

Indian Space Agency claims to have saved $120 mln on second Lunar mission  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Apr 20, 2018 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has claimed that it has saved $120 million in public money in the upcoming moon mission "Chandrayaan-2," which is expected to be launched in October-November this year. "The total cost of the mission is about INR 800 crore ($124 million), which includes INR 200 crore ($31 million) as the cost of launching and INR 600 crore ($93 million) for the

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2018-04-20 02:14:28

Arianespace to launch BSAT-4b; marking the 10th satellite launch for B-SAT  

Evry, France (SPX) Apr 20, 2018 Arianespace reports that it will launch BSAT-4b, under the term of a turnkey contract between B-SAT and Maxar's SSL. BSAT-4b will be launched by an Ariane 5 in 2020 from the Guiana Space Center, Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana, as part of a turnkey contract between the Japanese satellite operator B-SAT and the California-based satellite manufacturer SSL. Since the creatio

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2018-04-20 02:07:01

Russia Launches Heavy Rocket with Military Satellite  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2018 A Russian carrier rocket with a military satellite blasted off early on Thursday from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the Russian Defense Ministry confirmed. "The Proton-M heavy-lift rocket with a payload commissioned by the Defense Ministry was successfully launched from Baikonur," a spokesperson for the ministry told reporters. The launch took place at 1:12 a.m. Moscow time

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2018-04-20 01:47:27

Airbus adds extra precision to Sentinel-3 satellite altimetry  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 A new highly precise MicroWave Radiometer (MWR) built by Airbus is ready to start operations after the launch of the Sentinel-3B satellite built by Thales Alenia Space as prime contractor for this program. It is one of the essential instruments of the Sentinel-3 spacecraft, measuring atmospheric humidity as supplementary information for tropospheric path correction of the altimeter signal.

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2018-04-20 01:32:22

En route to the optical nuclear clock  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 The nucleus of thorium-229 possesses a property that is unique among all known nuclides: It should be possible to excite it with ultraviolet light. To date, little has been known about the low-energy state of the Th-229 nucleus that is responsible for this property. Together with their colleagues from Munich and Mainz, researchers at the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) have now

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2018-04-20 01:28:21

NRL Names Sandhoo as Superintendent for Spacecraft Engineering  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 On April 1, 2018, Dr. Gurpartap "GP" Sandhoo was selected for appointment to the Senior Executive Service at the US Naval Research Laboratory and for assignment as the Superintendent for Spacecraft Engineering department of the Naval Center for Space Technology (NCST). Sandhoo previously served as the executive assistant to the Director of Research for technology development, a position he

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2018-04-20 01:27:34

Lockheed Martin provides Australia with Space Situational Awareness System  

Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 With space becoming an increasingly congested and contested domain, the Commonwealth of Australia has chosen Lockheed Martin's iSpace - intelligent Space - system to help with their Space Situational Awareness capability needs. Lockheed Martin is providing the Commonwealth of Australia with an iSpace Space Situational Awareness training and demonstration mission system. iSpace

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2018-04-19 11:58:01

'Candy cane' polymer weave could power functional fabrics and devices  

New Orleans LA (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 If scientists are ever going to deliver on the promise of implantable artificial organs or clothing that dries itself, they'll first need to solve the problem of inflexible batteries that run out of juice too quickly. They're getting closer, and today researchers report that they've developed a new material by weaving two polymers together in a way that vastly increases charge storage capacity.

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2018-04-19 11:57:50

India, France Join Hands for Ambitious Inter-Planetary Missions  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2018 The Indian space research agency ISRO and CNES of France have announced ambitious collaborations on inter-planetary missions like those to Mars, Venus and certain asteroids. The collaboration will be part of the joint vision for space cooperation that India and France agreed upon during the signing of a memorandum of understanding last month. The disclosure was made by ISRO Chief Dr. K. Si

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2018-04-19 10:28:46

Surrey creates new tool to speed up the design of wearable tech  

Surrey UK (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 In a new paper published by Nano Energy, experts from the Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) at the University of Surrey detail a new methodology that allows designers of smart-wearables to better understand and predict how their products would perform once manufactured and in use. The technology is centred on materials that become electrically charged after they come into contact with ea

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2018-04-19 10:17:57

Inactivity bigger threat to muscles in space than low oxygen, study says  

Washington DC (UPI) Apr 18, 2018 In experiments designed to measure the impacts of spaceflight on human muscle health and performance, researchers were surprised to find inactivity had a greater negative effect than hypoxia. Due to the microgravity environment found in space, activated muscles don't have to work as hard. Thus, muscles can grow weak and atrophy as a result of inactivity. Microgravity has been sho

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2018-04-19 09:31:17

New research seeks to optimize space travel efficiency  

Chicago IL (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 Sending a human into space and doing it efficiently presents a galaxy of challenges. Koki Ho, University of Illinois assistant professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, and his graduate students, Hao Chen and Bindu Jagannatha, explored ways to integrate the logistics of space travel by looking at a campaign of lunar missions, spacecraft design, and creating a framework to optimize fu

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2018-04-19 07:48:18

European Space Agency Hopes Skripal Case Won't Affect Work With Russia  

Colorado Springs CO (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2018 The European Space Agency (ESA) hopes that the Skripal case will not affect the agency's cooperation with Russia, ESA Director-General Jan Woerner told Sputnik. "In our case, our relation with Russia is not at all effected so far," Woerner said. "We are doing space activities and therefore, we try to keep out of all these discussions. I hope that space can also in the future bridge earthly

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2018-04-19 05:47:43

Arianespace and Spaceflight sign contract to launch small satellites on Vega SSMS POC flight  

Paris, France (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 Arianespace has been selected by leading rideshare and mission management provider Spaceflight to launch small satellites on the Vega launch vehicle, as part of the Small Spacecraft Mission Service (SSMS) Proof Of Concept (POC) flight. Arianespace has signed a landmark agreement with Spaceflight Industries for the launch of several small payloads. This will be the inaugural mission for Spa

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2018-04-19 05:26:53

SSTL and Goonhilly Earth Station Sign Collaboration Agreement with ESA for Commercial Lunar Missions  

Guildford, UK (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL), Goonhilly Earth Station (GES) and the European Space Agency (ESA) have signed a collaboration agreement for Commercial Lunar Mission Support Services at the 34th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs today. This innovative commercial partnership for exploration between ESA, GES and SSTL aims to develop a European lunar telecommunications and navigation infr

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2018-04-19 03:49:31

Open Geospatial Consortium announces the European Space Agency's upgrade to Strategic Membership  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is pleased to announce that the European Space Agency (ESA) has raised its membership level from Technical to Strategic - OGC's highest level of membership. As a Strategic Member, ESA will participate in OGC's Planning Committee to provide leadership through the exploration of market and technology trends to ensure that OGC's activities remain effective and

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2018-04-19 03:20:01

'Big Freeze': Russian counter-sanctions draft may put Boeing 'on hold'  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 Russian lawmakers have submitted a wide-ranging bill that could freeze crucial exports to the United States. The bill, which was drafted in response to the new round of US sanctions announced last week, proposes a wide range of restrictions on the import of US goods and services and could impact bilateral cooperation in such high-tech areas as nuclear engineering and space exploration.

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2018-04-19 02:40:52

SwRI's Martian moons model indicates formation following large impact  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 Southwest Research Institute scientists posit a violent birth of the tiny Martian moons Phobos and Deimos, but on a much smaller scale than the giant impact thought to have resulted in the Earth-Moon system. Their work shows that an impact between proto-Mars and a dwarf-planet-sized object likely produced the two moons, as detailed in a paper published in Science Advances. The origin of th

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2018-04-19 02:09:17

New DARPA Challenge Seeks Flexible and Responsive Launch Solutions  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 DARPA announced the DARPA Launch Challenge, designed to promote rapid access to space within days, not years. Our nation's space architecture is currently built around a limited number of exquisite systems with development times of up to 10 years. With the launch challenge, DARPA plans to accelerate capabilities and further incentivize industry to deliver launch solutions that are both flexible

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2018-04-19 01:30:17

CubeSat to Test Instrument for Crystal Clear Data Collection  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 19, 2018 When the validation mission for a satellite the size of a cereal box launches in May, it will test a small component in space that could have big benefits for future NASA satellite missions. Radio frequency interference (RFI) is very common. Familiar sources that generate RFI include cell phones, radio and television transmissions, satellite broadcasts and other sources. You probably recog

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2018-04-19 01:15:07

SpaceX blasts off NASA's new planet-hunter, TESS  

Tampa (AFP) April 19, 2018 NASA on Wednesday blasted off its newest planet-hunting spacecraft, TESS, a $337 million satellite that aims to scan 85 percent of the skies for cosmic bodies where life may exist. "Three, two, one and liftoff!" said NASA commentator Mike Curie as the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) soared into the cloudless, blue sky atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida at

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2018-04-19 01:06:22

SpaceX Falcon 9 Lofts TESS Planet Hunter  

Cape Canaveral FL (AFP) Apr 19, 2018 NASA's newest planet-hunting spacecraft blasted off today after a two-day delay to check out the Falcon 9 rocket's navigation systems. The $337 million Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, aims to search for planets where life may exist by scanning 85 percent of the skies for planets beyond the solar system, known as exoplanets. "All systems and weather are go for Falcon 9's lau

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2018-04-18 14:18:22

NASA's New Space 'Botanist' Arrives at Launch Site  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 18, 2018 A new instrument that will provide a unique, space-based measurement of how plants respond to changes in water availability has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida to begin final preparations for launch to the International Space Station this summer aboard a cargo resupply mission. NASA's ECOsystem Spaceborne Thermal Radiometer Experiment on Space Station (ECOSTRESS) left NAS

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2018-04-18 11:32:41

Scientists blast iron with lasers to study the cores of rocky exoplanets  

Washington (UPI) Apr 17, 2018 By blasting a small iron sample with high-powered lasers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, scientists can replicate the extreme pressure and density conditions found inside the cores of large, rocky exoplanets. The experiments have offered scientists unique insights into the core conditions found inside faraway super-Earths. "The discovery of large numbers of planets

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2018-04-18 10:56:14

We think we're the first advanced earthlings - but how do we really know?  

Rochester UK (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 Imagine if, many millions of years ago, dinosaurs drove cars through cities of mile-high buildings. A preposterous idea, right? Over the course of tens of millions of years, however, all of the direct evidence of a civilization - its artifacts and remains - gets ground to dust. How do we really know, then, that there weren't previous industrial civilizations on Earth that rose and fell long befo

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2018-04-18 10:53:57

Walking on the Moon - underwater  

Paris (ESA) Apr 18, 2018 It's one of the deepest 'swimming pools' in Europe, but for three years has been helping preparations for a human return to the Moon. ESA's Neutral Buoyancy Facility at the European Astronaut Centre has been the site of the 'Moondive' study, using specially weighted spacesuits to simulate lunar gravity, which is just one sixth that of Earth. The three-year study took place in the Centre's

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2018-04-18 10:16:43

Denying adversaries use of outer space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 Earlier this week the world celebrated the International Day of Human Space Flight. Fifty-seven years ago, the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin became the first man to fly to outer space. The landmark event became a starting point for human space exploration. Sputnik discussed the use of space for military purposes with Duncan Blake, a PhD candidate in law and the military uses of outer space

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2018-04-18 10:05:52

4,000 UAE Citizens Applied to Become Country's First Astronauts - Space Centre  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 18, 2018 More than 4,000 United Arab Emirates (UAE) nationals applied for the program that aims to prepare the country's first astronaut corps for participation in space exploration missions, the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) said. "Around 4,022 applications have been received for the UAE Astronaut Programme from Emiratis in 38 different fields, aged between 17 - 67 years; of which 34% a

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2018-04-18 08:36:50

Syrian air defence shoots down missiles over Homs: state media  

Damascus, Syria (AFP) April 17, 2018 Syrian air defence shot down missiles over the central province of Homs, the state news agency said Tuesday, with the strikes reportedly targeting regime air bases. The news agency did not give further details and it was unclear who was behind the attack, which Syrian state television branded as an "aggression". Big explosions were heard near Al Shayrat Air base, southeast of the city of

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2018-04-18 07:46:01

China to launch Long March-5 Y3 rocket in late 2018  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 17, 2018 China plans to launch its heavy-lift carrier rocket, the Long March-5 Y3, in late 2018, after finding the cause of the failure of the Long March-5 Y2, according to the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense. The Long March-5 Y2 rocket was launched from Wenchang Space Launch Center in the southern province of Hainan on July

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2018-04-18 06:04:45

Chinese willing to support Beidou navigation system  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 17, 2018 Chinese are now eagerly looking to its own navigation app that's expected to debut next month and greatly improve the navigation accuracy to within a meter. Many netizens expressed the hope of shifting from GPS to China's own Beidou navigation and positioning system. "I'm very happy to see that Chinese are willing to support Beidou," said Xu Ying, a Beidou navigation expert at the Ac

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2018-04-18 04:04:15

NASA mapping hurricane damage across Everglades  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Last spring, NASA researchers flew over the Everglades and Puerto Rico to measure how mangroves and rainforests grow and evolve over time. Five months later, hurricanes Irma and Maria tore through those study areas - creating a unique opportunity to investigate the devastating effects of massive storms on these ecosystems, as well as their gradual recovery. Flying the same paths over the E

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2018-04-18 03:41:48

NASA's world tour of the atmosphere reveals surprises along the way  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Two thirds of Earth's surface are covered by water - and two thirds of Earth's atmosphere reside over the oceans, far from land and the traditional ways that people measure the gases and pollutants that cycle through the air and around the globe. While satellites in space measuring the major gases can close some of that gap, it takes an aircraft to find out what's really happening in the c

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2018-04-18 02:52:56

China, Russia's Sophisticated Anti-Satellite Capabilities Alarms US  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 Russia and China have developed increasingly sophisticated space countermeasure weapons to destroy US satellites, according to a new report. Evidence "strongly indicates" that "China has sustained a broad effort to develop a broad range of counter-space capabilities," the US-based Secure World Foundation said in its April 2018 report. "China has at least one, and possibly as many as

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2018-04-18 02:08:11

Strong carbon fiber artificial muscles can lift 12,600 times their own weight  

Chicago IL (SPX) Apr 18, 2018 The pull-up, an exercise dreaded by most, answers a basic question: are your muscles strong enough to lift your own body weight? Some Illinois researchers working on artificial muscles are seeing results even the fittest individuals would envy, designing muscles capable of lifting up to 12,600 times their own weight. Assistant professor of mechanical science and engineering Sameh Taw

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2018-04-18 01:57:44

First global CO2 maps published using China's TanSat data  

Washington DC (UPI) Apr 16, 2018 Scientists have published the first global CO2 maps compiled using data collected by China's TanSat. The maps, published in the journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, are powered by TanSat observations made between April and July 2017. Researchers expect the maps and related data to help scientists build more accurate climate models. "Global warming is a major problem, for whi

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2018-04-18 01:27:07

Study details meteorite diamonds from a lost planet  

Washington (UPI) Apr 17, 2018 New analysis of a slice of a meteorite containing unusual diamonds suggest the space rock came from a long lost planet. In 2008, an asteroid measuring 13 feet across penetrated Earth's atmosphere and exploded above Sudan, scattering rocky fragments across the Nubian Desert. The fragments were gathered and organized into the Almahata Sitta collection. The Almahata Sitta fragments

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2018-04-18 01:25:02

Are we alone? NASA's new planet hunter aims to find out  

Tampa (AFP) April 16, 2018 SpaceX postponed the launch of NASA's new planet-hunting mission Monday in order to verify the Falcon 9 rocket's navigation systems, the California-based company said. The next opportunity to blast off the $337 million satellite - which aims to advance the search for extraterrestrial life by scanning the skies for nearby, Earth-like planets - will be Wednesday.

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2018-04-17 12:46:07

Understanding Mercury's Magnetic Tail  

College Park MD (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Theoretical physicists used simulations to explain the unusual readings collected in 2009 by the Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry, and Ranging (MESSENGER) mission. The origin of energetic electrons detected in Mercury's magnetic tail has puzzled scientists. This new study, appearing in Physics of Plasmas, from AIP Publishing, provides a possible solution to how these energetic el

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2018-04-17 12:03:22

NASA scientist to discuss 'Swimming in Martian Lakes: Curiosity at Gale Crater'  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 The public is invited to a free talk called "Swimming in Martian Lakes: Curiosity at Gale Crater," with Dr. Scott Guzewich in the Pickford Theater, third floor, Madison Building, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., on April 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. EDT. Guzewich is a speaker in the 2018 NASA Goddard Lectures Series at the Library of Congress. Guzewich is a research astrophysicis

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2018-04-17 10:58:34

The Long Game: China Seeks to Transfer Its Silk Industry to Far Side of the Moon  

Beijing (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 Talk about a trade war, as intra-solar-system transport of silk - one of the world's most popular commodities - could be made on the moon, and imported to earth. Just because China's upcoming moon mission is unmanned doesn't mean it will be unoccupied, as - in an effort to test possible self-sustaining biospheres that could lead to larger projects - cohabitating flora and fauna will be tra

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2018-04-17 10:54:10

RL10 Selected for OmegA Rocket  

Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Orbital ATK has selected the RL10 rocket engine to provide propulsion for the third stage of the company's OmegA rocket which includes a lineup of intermediate- and large-class space launch vehicles. "The RL10 has provided reliable upper stage propulsion for more than five decades and we look forward to continuing that legacy with Orbital ATK and its OmegA rocket," said Aerojet Rocketdyne

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2018-04-17 10:40:56

Cosmonautics demonstrates how US, Russia should work together  

Colorado Springs (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 Cosmonautics should be seen as an example of how Russia and the United States should cooperate and trust each other to achieve joint results when looking at the broader scope of bilateral ties, Sergey Krikalev, executive director for manned space flight programs at Roscosmos, told Sputnik. "What is happening at the political level and what is being done in space are different things. We co

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2018-04-17 09:40:15

Newly discovered salty subglacial lakes could help search for life in solar system  

Austin TX (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Researchers from the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics (UTIG) have helped discover the first subglacial lakes ever found in the Canadian High Arctic. The two new lakes are a potential habitat for microbial life and may assist scientists in the search for life beyond Earth. The findings, published in the April 13 edition of Science Advances, were made possible by airborne radar d

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2018-04-17 09:18:26

New reality in space driving change in European Defense Policy  

McLean VA (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Decades of relative tranquility in space have come to an end. The possibility of state-on-state conflict has become part of military planning, making flexible and continuous connectivity more critical than ever for defence forces around the world. The cybersecurity threat to SATCOM has also increased, both from hostile governments and non-state actors. These new realities are forcing a cha

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2018-04-17 08:39:21

Purchasing the right technology ensures SATCOM Supremacy  

McLean VA (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Judging from the omnibus appropriations bill for fiscal year 2018, Congress and the U.S. Department of Defense understand how critical space is to the nation's military. According to an article in Space News, the fiscal 2018 budget contains additional millions of dollars for space that the Pentagon did not even request. Appropriators explained that they want to ensure that the Air Force is

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2018-04-17 07:26:36

US, Russia likely to go to Mars Together, former NASA astronaut says  

Colorado Springs (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 The United States and Russia are on a path to jointly explore deep space and will most likely fly to Mars together, former NASA astronaut Ronald M. Sega told Sputnik. "I think we are on a path to work together to go on to different places in space. Mars is a logical major milestone forward," Sega said. "We may have a different path to get there. Maybe to the Moon or something like that. My

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2018-04-17 06:59:32

Study proposes link between formation of supercontinents, strength of ocean tides  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 16, 2018 The cyclic strengthening and weakening of ocean tides over tens of millions of years is likely linked to another, longer cycle: the formation of Earth's supercontinents every 400 to 600 million years, according a new study. The new findings have implications for the formation of our planet, its climate and the evolution of life on Earth, according to the study's authors. The new research s

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2018-04-17 04:59:12

One string to rule them all  

Lausanne, Switzerland (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Strain can be used to engineer unusual properties at the nanoscale. Researchers in Tobias Kippenberg's lab at EPFL have harnessed this effect to engineer an extremely low loss nanostring. When plucked, the string vibrates for minutes with a period of a microsecond (equivalent to a standard guitar note playing for a month). Using it as an ultrasensitive microphone, the researchers hope to be able

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2018-04-17 04:56:12

Researchers inaugurate a new era of precision antimatter studies  

Swansea UK (SPX) Apr 11, 2018 The ALPHA experiment at CERN, led by Swansea University scientists, has carried out the most precise and accurate measurement ever done on antimatter. The ALPHA collaboration team of scientists has reported the most precise direct measurement of antimatter ever made, revealing the spectral structure of the antihydrogen atom in unprecedented detail. The result, recently published in N

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2018-04-17 04:23:34

Mars impact crater or supervolcano?  

Paris (ESA) Apr 13, 2018 These images from ESA's Mars Express show a crater named Ismenia Patera on the Red Planet. Its origin remains uncertain: did a meteorite smash into the surface or could it be the remnants of a supervolcano? Ismenia Patera - patera meaning 'flat bowl' in Latin - sits in the Arabia Terra region on Mars. This a transition area between the planet's northern and southern regions - an especially

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2018-04-17 03:51:22

Solar Dynamics Observatory serves up the sun, three ways  

Washington DC (UPI) Apr 11, 2018 How the sun looks through the lens of a telescope depends on which frequency is being observed. NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory is capable of imaging the sun in a wide range of frequencies. In a new composite image, shared this week by NASA, the sun is showcased in three different extreme ultraviolet wavelengths. As evidenced by the image, each frequency reveals different structures a

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2018-04-17 03:51:10

US Air Force Increases Focus on Space  

McLean VA (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 he U.S. Air Force has its focus set on space these days, as evidenced by its recently released Fiscal Year 2019 budget and an ongoing review of the military's space operations. Both look promising. "The Air Force's FY-19 budget accelerates our efforts to deter, defend and prevail against anyone who seeks to deny our ability to freely operate in space," Gen. John "Ray" Raymond, commander of

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2018-04-17 03:50:57

Close Call: Giant Asteroid Flies Through the Earth-Moon Orbit  

Tucson AZ (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2018 With just a few hours' notice, a relatively large asteroid whipped through the Earth-moon orbit over the weekend. You may have missed it though; humanity only learned of the asteroid hours before the flyby. A "Tunguska-class" asteroid was first spotted by the Catalina Sky Survey out of the University of Arizona on April 14. The asteroid, 2018 GE3, flew by just hours later. Austrian amateur

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2018-04-17 03:50:28

United Launch Alliance Successfully Launches AFSPC-11 Mission for the U.S. Air Force  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Apr 15, 2018 A United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket carrying the Air Force Space Command (AFSPC)-11 mission lifted off from Space Launch Complex-41 on April 14 at 7:13 p.m. EDT. AFSPC-11 is a multi-payload mission. The forward payload is referred to as CBAS (Continuous Broadcast Augmenting SATCOM) and the aft spacecraft is EAGLE (EELV Secondary Payload Adapter (ESPA) Augmented Geosynchronous Exp

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2018-04-17 03:35:18

'Big ideas' conference steps up funding for 'audacious' projects  

Vancouver (AFP) April 12, 2018 The big-idea TED Conference is now backing up its talk on world-changing innovations with big money. The organizers of the conference known for deep thinking discussions announced Wednesday it has raised $400 million for projects with "the potential to create massive, global change." The new initiative known as the Audacious Project will replace the annual $1 million TED prize awards whi

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2018-04-17 03:25:33

ULA Atlas V launch to feature full complement of Aerojet Rocketdyne solid rocket boosters  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 The upcoming launch of the U.S. Air Force Space Command (AFSPC)-11 satellite aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida, will benefit from just over 1.74 million pounds of added thrust from five AJ-60A solid rocket boosters supplied by Aerojet Rocketdyne. The mission marks the eighth flight of the Atlas V 551 configuration, the most powerful Atl

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2018-04-17 03:17:47

NASA's new planet-hunter to seek closer, Earth-like worlds  

Tampa (AFP) April 15, 2018 NASA is poised to launch a $337 million washing machine-sized spacecraft that aims to vastly expand mankind's search for planets beyond our solar system, particularly closer, Earth-sized ones that might harbor life. The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS, is scheduled to launch Monday at 6:32 pm (2232 GMT) atop a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Its main g

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2018-04-17 03:02:34

Cosmonaut Avdeyev: We Must Survive in Any Situation  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 13, 2018 Hero of Russia Cosmonaut Sergei Avdeyev speaks about essential skills and aptitudes of future cosmonauts, long-term space exploration trends and why various flat-Earth myths are being revived. Hero of Russia Cosmonaut Sergei Avdeyev, the 74th man in space, has logged a total of 747 days in orbit. This is a record that no other person has achieved in space. It was only by pure chance that A

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2018-04-17 02:48:34

Alaska Aerospace Clarifies Commercial Aerospace Plans For Kodiak  

Anchorage, AK (SPX) Apr 16, 2018 Alaska Aerospace has clarified details pertaining to commercial launch activities and development plans at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska (PSCA), located on Kodiak Island, following misinformation across social media channels. Alaska Aerospace is responsible for any and all infrastructure development at PSCA, limiting air travel near PSCA, impact to public lands near PSCA and notif

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2018-04-17 02:36:51

Storm hunter in position  

Paris (ESA) Apr 16, 2018 The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor, also known as the Space Storm Hunter, was installed outside the European space laboratory Columbus. Operators in Canada commanded the International Space Station's 16-m long robotic arm to move the 314-kg facility from a Dragon spacecraft's cargo hold to its place of operation on Columbus. Pointing straight down at Earth, the storm hunter wi

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2018-04-17 02:25:46

Once upon a time, an exoplanet was discovered  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 In recent history, a very important achievement was the discovery, in 1995, of 51 Pegasi b, the first extrasolar planet ever found around a normal star other than the Sun. In a paper published in EPJ H, Davide Cenadelli from the Aosta Valley Astronomical Observatory (Italy) interviews Michel Mayor from Geneva Observatory (Switzerland) about his personal recollections of discovering this ex

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2018-04-17 02:05:09

World's smallest Laser Communication Terminal from Tesat on track  

Backnang, Germany (SPX) Apr 17, 2018 Tesat's Laser Communication Terminal for CubeSats, CubeL, is on track after recently the Critical Design Review (CDR) was successfully held at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen. This was an important milestone for the development program on the way to its demonstration mission, which is planned to launch later this year. CubeL is a joint development program between the

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2018-04-17 02:01:42

Ball Aerospace Completes Hand Over of Next-Gen Weather Satellite JPSS-1 to NASA, NOAA  

Boulder CO (SPX) Apr 16, 2018 Ball Aerospace completed the handover of NOAA's advanced next-generation polar-orbiting weather satellite, the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS-1), to NASA following a successful satellite acceptance review. Launched on Nov. 18, 2017, JPSS-1, now known as NOAA-20, is the most advanced operational environmental system ever developed by government and industry, and significantly increases the ti

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2018-04-17 01:22:06

Prototype of most advanced quantum memory presented by two Kazan universities  

Kazan, Russia (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Employees of Kazan Federal University and Kazan Quantum Center of Kazan National Research Technical University demonstrated an original layout of a prototype of multiresonator broadband quantum memory-interface. Professor Sergey Moiseev, Director of Kazan Quantum Center, explains, "The scheme of multiresonator microwave quantum memory allowed for reaching 16.3% of quantum efficiency at roo

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2018-04-17 01:21:10

NASA offers 4K tour of the moon  

Washington DC (UPI) Apr 12, 2018 NASA has updated the video tour of the moon first created by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter in 2011. Engineers with NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio used the same camera path but incorporated a wealth of new data collected by the LRO over the last several years to render the lunar environs in 4K resolution. The tour showcases a variety of the moon's geologic features, big

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2018-04-17 01:10:04

ISRO not facing funds crunch: Chairman K.Sivan  

New Delhi (IANS) Apr 13, 2018 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is not facing any funds crunch for its ongoing activities, the agency Chairman said on Thursday. ISRO Chairman K.Sivan made the remark while was speaking to reporters here after the successful launch of the navigation satellite IRNSS-1I, a part of the NavIC (Navigation with Indian Constellation) series, earlier in the day. The 1,425 kg sa

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2018-04-13 07:22:14

Astrophysics CubeSat Demonstrates Big Potential in a Small Package  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 13, 2018 The ASTERIA satellite, which was deployed into low-Earth orbit in November, is only slightly larger than a box of cereal, but it could be used to help astrophysicists study planets orbiting other stars. Mission managers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, recently announced that ASTERIA has accomplished all of its primary mission objectives, demonstrating that the

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2018-04-13 07:04:29

India Resets Navigation Satellite Developed to Replace GPS  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Apr 13, 2018 India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, in its 43rd flight (PSLV-C41), successfully launched the IRNSS-1I navigation satellite from the Sriharikota launch pad on Thursday morning. The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has thus successfully replaced India's first navigation satellite, the IRNSS-1A, whose 3 Rubidium atomic clocks had stopped functioning two years ago, with the IRNSS-1I.

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2018-04-13 06:30:10

China opens first overseas center for BeiDou navigation satellite system in Tunisia  

Tunis (XNA) Apr 13, 2018 The China-Arab States BDS/GNSS Center, the first overseas center for China's indigenous BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), was officially inaugurated in Tunisia on Tuesday. The center is established as a pilot project between China and the Tunisia-based Arab Information and Communication Technology Organization (AICTO), an Arab governmental organization under the Arab League, to pro

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2018-04-13 05:30:33

First Steps to Space: Yuri Gagarin's Military Service Archive Declassified  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 13, 2018 The newly declassified archival documents were released just in time for Cosmonautics Day, celebrating cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin's historic April 12, 1961 flight aboard the Vostok 1 spacecraft. The archival release includes over a dozen pages of never-before-seen material, starting with an official accounting of Gagarin's military postings and his promotion through the ranks of the Soviet Air

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2018-04-13 05:21:58

The background hum of space could reveal hidden black holes  

Melbourne, Australia (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Deep space is not as silent as we have been led to believe. Every few minutes a pair of black holes smash into each other. These cataclysms release ripples in the fabric of spacetime known as gravitational waves. Now Monash University scientists have developed a way to listen in on these events. The gravitational waves from black hole mergers imprint a distinctive whooping sound in the dat

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2018-04-13 05:19:47

Top tomatoes thanks to Mars missions  

Paris (ESA) Apr 13, 2018 Next time you eat a tomato or sweet pepper, take a closer look, because there's a good chance that its healthy appearance is thanks to one of former US President Barack Obama's speeches and ESA research for sending people on long-duration space missions. Inspired by an Obama speech in 2010 on human missions to Mars, Dutch company Groen Agro Control started investigating the best way to gro

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2018-04-13 04:37:34

Circumbinary castaways: Short-period binary systems can eject orbiting worlds  

Seattle WA (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Planets orbiting "short-period" binary stars, or stars locked in close orbital embrace, can be ejected off into space as a consequence of their host stars' evolution, according to new research from the University of Washington. The findings help explain why astronomers have detected few circumbinary planets - which orbit stars that in turn orbit each other - despite observing thousands of

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2018-04-13 04:09:12

Flowers on the Moon? China's Chang'e-4 to launch lunar spring  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 13, 2018 China's Chang'e-4 lunar probe is expected to do many things unprecedented in space history after it launches later this year, such as touching down softly on the far side of the Moon and taking the first flowers to blossom on the lifeless lunar surface. The probe will carry a tin containing seeds of potato and arabidopsis, a small flowering plant related to cabbage and mustard, and probabl

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2018-04-13 03:07:36

Searching for Continuous Gravitational Waves  

Hannover, Germany (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 A permanent Max Planck Independent Research Group under the leadership of Dr. M. Alessandra Papa has been established at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (Albert Einstein Institute; AEI) in Hannover. The primary goal of the research group "Searching for Continuous Gravitational Waves" is to make the first direct detection of gravitational waves from rapidly rotating neutr

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2018-04-13 02:29:54

Pluto's largest moon, Charon, gets its first official feature names  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 The International Astronomical Union (IAU), the internationally recognized authority for naming celestial bodies and their surface features, recently approved a dozen names proposed by NASA's New Horizons team, which led the first reconnaissance of Pluto and its moons in 2015 with the New Horizons spacecraft. The New Horizons team had been using many of the chosen names informally to describe th

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2018-04-13 02:28:41

What in the World is an 'Exoplanet?'  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 13, 2018 Step outside on a clear night, and you can be sure of something our ancestors could only imagine: Every star you see likely plays host to at least one planet. The worlds orbiting other stars are called "exoplanets," and they come in a wide variety of sizes, from gas giants larger than Jupiter to small, rocky planets about as big around as Earth or Mars. They can be hot enough to boil metal

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2018-04-13 01:45:41

PSLV-C41 Successfully Launches IRNSS-1I Navigation Satellite  

Sriharikota, India (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 In its forty third flight, ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C41 successfully launched the 1425 kg IRNSS-1I Navigation Satellite April 12, 2018 from Satish Dhawan Space Centre SHAR, Sriharikota. PSLV-C41 lifted off at 0404 hrs (4:04 am) IST, as planned, from the First Launch Pad. After a flight lasting about 19 minutes, the vehicle achieved a Sub Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit with

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2018-04-13 01:31:28

Boeing HorizonX Invests in Reaction Engines, a UK Hypersonic Propulsion Company  

Chicago IL (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 Boeing has announced its investment in Reaction Engines Limited, a leader in advanced propulsion systems based in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom. Reaction Engines' technology will contribute to the next generation of hypersonic flight and space access vehicles. Reaction Engines is known for its Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE), a hybrid engine blending jet and rocket technology

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2018-04-13 01:27:12

An amazingly wide variety of disks  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Apr 13, 2018 An instrument, which was partially developed and built at ETH Zurich, has now been particularly successful at studying new born stars still surrounded by gas and dust. With SPHERE (Spectro-Polarimetric High-contrast Exoplanet REsearch) at the European Southern Observatory (ESO), astronomers of ETH Zurich and Max Planck Institute for Astronomy in Heidelberg were able to take images of plane

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2018-04-13 01:03:08

What a mesh  

Lemont, IL (SPX) Apr 03, 2018 A team of scientists from across the U.S. has found a new way to create molecular interconnections that can give a certain class of materials exciting new properties, including improving their ability to catalyze chemical reactions or harvest energy from light. In a new study, researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, the University of California-Los

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2018-04-12 15:52:24

Giving Roots and Shoots Their Space: The Advanced Plant Habitat  

Houston TX (SPX) Apr 12, 2018 The Advanced Plant Habitat (APH), a recent addition to the International Space Station, is the largest growth chamber aboard the orbiting laboratory. Roughly the size of a mini-fridge, the habitat is designed to test which growth conditions plants prefer in space and provides specimens a larger root and shoot area. This space in turn will allow a wider variety of crops to grow aboard the s

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2018-04-12 15:14:11

Juno Provides Infrared Tour of Jupiter's North Pole  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 12, 2018 Scientists working on NASA's Juno mission to Jupiter shared a 3-D infrared movie depicting densely packed cyclones and anticyclones that permeate the planet's polar regions, and the first detailed view of a dynamo, or engine, powering the magnetic field for any planet beyond Earth. Those are among the items unveiled during the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, on We

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2018-04-12 14:31:59

ET Won't Phone Home: Psychologists Say SETI Has Faulty Alien Contact Methods  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 12, 2018 A group of psychologists say scientists will never make contact with aliens because aliens are likely to use communications based on unknown physical principles. They also say scientists are prone to so-called inattentional blindness. A group of psychologists from the University of Cadiz in Spain has published an article criticizing alien-seeking scientists involved in the Search for Extra

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2018-04-12 14:09:07

Do-It-Yourself Science: Because We Are All Explorers  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 12, 2018 In the mornings, Sylvia Beer sits at the desktop computer in her living room with a cup of coffee and looks for ridges on Mars. Her town of Wodonga, Australia, gets so hot that in summer she begins scanning Mars images at 4 a.m., when she takes medication for Parkinson's disease. The condition sometimes affects her memory and movement - she uses a cane or walker to get around, and can't walk as

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2018-04-12 14:05:37

The Rock Outcrop 'Tome' Continues to Garner Interest On Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 12, 2018 Opportunity is continuing the exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is positioned about halfway down the approximately 656 feet (200-meter) valley near an apparent flow stream island. A set of outcrops is garnering great interest and discussion among the science team. The rover is position on a surface target called "Tome." The Alph

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2018-04-12 13:05:49

Mars Express to get major software update  

Paris (ESA) Apr 12, 2018 Every so often, your smartphone or tablet receives new software to improve its functionality and extend its life. Now, ESA's Mars Express is getting a fresh install, delivered across over 150 million km of space. With nearly 15 years in orbit, Mars Express - one of the most successful interplanetary missions ever - is on track to keep gathering critical science data for many more years tha

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2018-04-12 11:42:23

Start of Most Sensitive Search Yet for Dark Matter Axion  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Apr 10, 2018 Thanks to low-noise superconducting quantum amplifiers invented at the University of California, Berkeley, physicists are now embarking on the most sensitive search yet for axions, one of today's top candidates for dark matter. The Axion Dark Matter Experiment (ADMX) reported results showing that it is the world's first and only experiment to have achieved the necessary sensitivity to "hea

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2018-04-12 08:19:04

Chemical analysis technique gets major upgrade from Russian scientists  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Apr 11, 2018 Researchers from Skoltech and MIPT have developed a device for upgrading mass spectrometers, which are used to analyze the chemical makeup of unknown substances. The new device analyzes one substance from four different perspectives. Alternatively, it enables multiple samples to be examined simultaneously. By contrast, conventional mass spectrometers analyze one substance at a time. The research

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2018-04-12 06:54:23

Creating a 2-D platinum magnet  

Groningen, Netherlands (SPX) Apr 09, 2018 University of Groningen physicists have induced magnetism in platinum with an electric field created by a paramagnetic ionic liquid. As only the surface of the platinum is affected, this creates a switchable 2D ferromagnet. The study was published in Science Advances on 6 April. Platinum is used a lot in jewellery and electronics. Although this precious metal looks great and is an excellen

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2018-04-12 06:36:57

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