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Opportunity Straightens Wheel, Resumes Driving  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 23, 2017 Opportunity is at the top of Perseverance Valley on the rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover experienced a left-front wheel steering actuator stall on Sol 4750 (June 4, 2017), leaving the wheel toed out by 33 degrees. Our initial attempts to straighten the wheel failed to yield any results and were suggestive of a mechanical cause for the stalls (in the steering actuator). Fortunately,

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Proba-V images Portuguese forest fire  

Paris (ESA) Jun 23, 2017 ESA's Proba-V minisatellite has captured the forest fire raging in central Portugal, revealing blackened scars and columns of smoke as well as pinpointing active fire hotspots. More than a thousand firefighters are tackling the forest fire in the Pedrogao Grande region, north east of Lisbon, which has been aflame since Saturday. Some 64 people have been reported dead and more than 130 inju

2017-06-23 07:16:35
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India's Mars Orbiter Mission Completes First 1,000 Earth Days  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jun 23, 2017 The Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) maiden Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), also known as Mangalyaan, completed its first 1,000 Earth days in its orbit around the red planet on Monday. The mission was originally designed to last at least six months, but ISRO's Mangalyaan still continues to collect data and send it back to earth. Mangalyaan (Mars craft in Hindi) was launched on Novem

2017-06-23 07:04:43
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Russia's Roscosmos May Provide Indian Astronauts With Training in Future  

Novosibirsk (Sputnik) Jun 23, 2017 Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Wednesday he was not ruling out that Indian astronauts could be trained with the help of the Russia's Roscosmos space corporation in the future. "In the future, it is possible to train Indian astronauts on the basis of Roscosmos," Rogozin said at the meeting of the Russian-Indian cooperation committee during the Fifth International Forum of

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No One Under 20 Has Experienced a Day Without NASA at Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 23, 2017 As the Mars Pathfinder spacecraft approached its destination on July 4, 1997, no NASA mission had successfully reached the Red Planet in more than 20 years. Even the mission team anxiously awaiting confirmation that the spacecraft survived its innovative, bouncy landing could not anticipate the magnitude of the pivot about to shape the Space Age. In the 20 years since Pathfinder's to

2017-06-23 05:40:14
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Developing Landing Tech for Space  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 23, 2017 Canyons, craters and cracked ice fields on other worlds might be hiding exciting scientific discoveries. But how do we get spacecraft to land on dangerous, uneven terrain? A new NASA video explains how cutting-edge technologies could help. A system called the CoOperative Blending of Autonomous Landing Technologies (COBALT) is being developed in the Mojave Desert, with participation from se

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Rosatom Develops Radiation-Powered Electricity Source for Medicine, Outer Space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 23, 2017 Deputy head of the Russia's "Luch" laboratory Aleksander Pavkin said that a small-scale power source created in laboratory will be completely safe with respect to radiation, since the isotope does not emanate neutron or gamma radiation. Russia's "Luch" enterprise, which is part of the scientific division of Rosatom, has created a small-scale power source based on the radioactive nickel-63

2017-06-23 05:06:27
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With a Strong Partner Like Russia, Nothing Would Stop China's New Space Station  

Beijing (Sputnik) Jun 23, 2017 China has invited Russia to participate in the construction of a Chinese space station, but Moscow has yet to make an official decision, Roscosmos head Igor Komarov has told reporters. Russian space experts explain why Russian-Chinese cooperation on a new space station would undoubtedly benefit both sides. Speaking to journalists Monday on the sidelines of the international aviation show i

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Scientists throw light on mysterious ice age temperature jumps  

Cardiff, UK (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Scientists believe they have discovered the reason behind mysterious changes to the climate that saw temperatures fluctuate by up to 15C within just a few decades during the ice age periods. In a new study, the researchers show that rising levels of CO2 could have reached a tipping point during these glacial periods, triggering a series of chain events that caused temperatures to rise abruptly.

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NASA Prepares for Aug. 21 Total Solar Eclipse with Live Coverage, Safety Information  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 23, 2017 For the first time in 99 years, a total solar eclipse will occur across the entire continental United States, and NASA is preparing to share this experience of a lifetime on Aug. 21. Viewers around the world will be provided a wealth of images captured before, during, and after the eclipse by 11 spacecraft, at least three NASA aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons, and the astronau

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NASA Completes Study of Future 'Ice Giant' Mission Concepts  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 23, 2017 A NASA-led and NASA-sponsored study of potential future missions to the mysterious "ice giant" planets Uranus and Neptune has been released - the first in a series of mission studies NASA will conduct in support of the next Planetary Science Decadal Survey. The results of this and future studies will be used as the Decadal Survey deliberates on NASA's planetary science priorities from 2022

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Orbex reveals space rocket factory  

London, UK (SPX) Jun 23, 2017 Welcoming the UK's focus on low-cost, reliable commercial spaceflight activities in the Queens's Speech, a UK company has revealed details of a 1200m2 space rocket factory currently building vertical launch vehicles that will be launched into orbit from the UK. Orbex, a UK company that has raised significant venture capital investment, is building a space micro-launcher, a small launch veh

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The curious case of the warped Kuiper Belt  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Jun 23, 2017 An unknown, unseen "planetary mass object" may lurk in the outer reaches of our solar system, according to new research on the orbits of minor planets to be published in the Astronomical Journal. This object would be different from - and much closer than - the so-called Planet Nine, a planet whose existence yet awaits confirmation. In the paper, Kat Volk and Renu Malhotra of the University

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A new virtual approach to science in space  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Jun 23, 2017 When Apollo astronauts on the Moon spoke with Mission Control on Earth, there was a noticeable time gap between a statement from Tranquility Base and its immediate acknowledgment from Houston. The gap lasted almost three seconds, or ten times longer than human reaction times would account for. What was happening? The answer is simple: space. The Moon orbits far enough from Earth that light

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Return to the blue  

Paris (ESA) Jun 22, 2017 How do you prepare for space missions on Earth? One way is to simulate an expedition into space underwater. Yesterday, six aquanauts dived almost 20 m to the sea floor where they will spend 10 days living and working below the waves. The team taking part in NEEMO 22, the 22nd NASA Extreme Environment Mission Operations mission, consists of astronauts, technicians and scientists who are now

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Arianespace to orbit Airbus' upcoming constellation of observation satellites  

Paris (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Airbus Defence and Space and Arianespace has announced the signature of the launch services contract for the next generation of very-high-resolution optical observation satellites. Two VEGA C launchers will orbit the four satellites in this constellation from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana, as from mid-2020. By delivering images of each point on the globe several times a day, these ext

2017-06-22 16:27:24
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New computing system takes its cues from human brain  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Some problems are so challenging to solve that even the most advanced computers need weeks, not seconds, to process them. Now a team of researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Notre Dame has created a new computing system that aims to tackle one of computing's hardest problems in a fraction of the time. "We wanted to find a way to solve a problem without usin

2017-06-22 16:24:06
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NASA discovers 10 new Earth-size exoplanets  

Washington (AFP) June 19, 2017 NASA revealed Monday 10 new rocky, Earth-sized planets that could potentially have liquid water and support life. The Kepler mission team released a survey of 219 potential exoplanets - planets outside of our solar system - that had been detected by the space observatory launched in 2009 to scan the Milky Way galaxy. Ten of the new discoveries were orbiting their suns at a distance sim

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A smokestack to the Northern Hemisphere stratosphere  

Beijing, China (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Aerosol is currently a hot topic both in scientific community. Scientists know it as a particulate matter, cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) or ice nuclei (IN) while aerosol is known to general public as PM2.5/10 as environmental pollution has become an increasing concern. Stratospheric aerosol, however, very far away from the Earth surface, receives too much less attention, partly because i

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Watching cities grow  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Three million measurement points in one square kilometer: Prof. Xiaoxiang Zhu and her team have set a world record in information retrieval from satellite data. Thanks to new algorithms, the researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) succeeded in making four-dimensional point clouds of Berlin, Las Vegas, Paris and Washington, D.C. from images stacks of the TerraSAR-X radar satelli

2017-06-22 12:37:59
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Sofradir designs supersize near infrared detector for space observation  

Paris, France (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Sofradir has announced it is developing its first very large format (2048x2048) 15um-pitch infrared detector. The supersize IR detector is designed for future scientific space observation equipment and state-of-the-art Extremely Large Telescopes (ELT) for ground observation aimed at tackling major scientific challenges. The ALFA 2Kx2K (Astronomy Large Focal Array) 15um pitch short-wave inf

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Megamovie Project debuts simulator for August 21 total Solar Eclipse  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Are you wondering what the total solar eclipse in late summer will look like from your patio? Or where to travel to get the best view of the eclipse? You can enter the ZIP code or name of your city or town and see an animation of how the Sun will move across the sky over a three-hour period - sped up 1,000 or 4,000 times - and how much of a bite will be taken out of the Sun by the eclipsin

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Keeping the rhythm in space  

Paris (ESA) Jun 22, 2017 Space is an inhospitable environment for the human body but we adapt remarkably well. Within hours, the brain adjusts to the lack of an up or down, as if floating is all it has ever known. Now researchers are learning how our internal clock similarly adjusts to the restrictions of space. An ESA-sponsored experiment has found that while you can take the body out of Earth, you can't take an

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Finding new Earths: PLATO spacecraft to be built  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 The planet-hunting and asteroseismology space mission PLATO has reached an important milestone: Today, the European Space Agency (ESA) announced the official adoption of the mission. After a three year definition phase following the mission's selection in 2014, PLATO is now fit for implementation. The launch is scheduled for the end of 2026. In its at least four year lifetime, the spacecra

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Mars Orbiter spots rover ascending Mount Sharp  

Washington (UPI) Jun 20, 2017 In an image captured by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Martian rover Curiosity can been seen as a bright blue speck ascending the rocky terrain of Mount Sharp. The image was taken by the orbiter's High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment camera on June 5 and shared online this week. Curiosity spent the end of last month and early June exploring active sand dunes among

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Arianespace signs its initial launch contract for the new Vega C launcher  

Paris (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Arianespace, which is sharing a chalet with ArianeGroup at this year's Paris Air Show, is focused on the future with the announcement of a first contract for the future Vega C launcher, while gearing up for the operation of Ariane 6. With an order book of 53 launches for Ariane 5, Soyuz and Vega, and fully engaged in marketing Ariane 6, Arianespace continues to prove its ability to satisfy

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Making waves with the hot electrons within Earth's radiation belts  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 Encircling the Earth, within its magnetosphere, are two concentric, doughnut-shaped radiation belts known as the Van Allen belts. The Van Allen belts swell and recede in response to incoming energy from the sun, sometimes billowing far enough to expose orbiting satellites and other spacecraft to damaging radiation that can disrupt electronic communications and navigation signals, as well as elec

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Bangladesh's heavy rainfall examined with NASA's IMERG  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 22, 2017 At least 156 people in Bangladesh were killed during the past week by landslides and floods caused by heavy rainfall. NASA calculated the amount of rain that has fallen using data from satellites. Monsoon rainfall has been especially heavy over this area that includes southeastern Bangladesh, northeastern India and western Burma (Myanmar). This disaster follows quickly on the heels of dead

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Europe okays project to seek alien life  

Paris (AFP) June 21, 2017 Europe has approved the launch of a deep-space observatory to sniff out habitable planets in other star systems, along with any life forms they may host. "The PLATO mission will address fundamental questions such as 'how common are Earth-like planets?' and 'is our solar system unusual or even unique?'," the University of Warwick, whose scientists will take part in the project, said on Wednes

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Satellite image showcases centuries of desertification in India  

Washington (UPI) Jun 21, 2017 A new image from the European Space Agency's Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite showcases the extreme aridity of India's Thar Desert. Geologic and archaeological analysis suggests the region, which encompasses more than 123,000 square miles in India and Pakistan, was once green and lush. Centuries of farms have depleted water resources and taxed the soil, slowly drying out the land.

2017-06-22 02:26:56
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EU unveils plans to regulate drones by 2019  

Brussels (AFP) June 16, 2017 The EU unveiled a blueprint to safely regulate drone traffic in Europe by 2019 in order to tap the growing commercial potential for unmanned aircraft technology. The blueprint from the European Commission, the EU executive, covers allowing drones to operate in high density under the supervision of fleet operators. "Drones mean innovation, new services for citizens, new business models an

2017-06-21 08:41:39
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Are NEOs Coming to Earth?  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) are comets and asteroids in heliocentric orbits that have been influenced by planetary flybys causing them to approach Earth. Comets are composed mostly of water ice and dust particles that were formed in the cold outer planet system. Most of the rocky asteroids were formed in the warmer inner solar system between the orbits of Mars and Earth. There is a great dea

2017-06-21 07:33:29
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Magnetic space tug could target dead satellites  

Paris (ESA) Jun 21, 2017 Derelict satellites could in future be grappled and removed from key orbits around Earth with a space tug using magnetic forces. This same magnetic attraction or repulsion is also being considered as a safe method for multiple satellites to maintain close formations in space. Such satellite swarms are being considered for future astronomy or Earth-observing missions - if their relati

2017-06-21 06:47:44
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New reports confirm near-perfect performance record for civil GPS service  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 The U.S. Air Force released two technical reports demonstrating that the Global Positioning System (GPS) continues to deliver exceptional performance to civilian users around the world. GPS is a U.S. Air Force satellite system that provides highly dependable positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) services to military and civilian users around the world, free of direct user charges. Oper

2017-06-21 06:18:14
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Air Force Stands Up New Headquarters Space Directorate  

Washington (AFNS) Jun 21, 2017 Secretary of the Air Force Heather Wilson has approved the reorganization of the Air Force headquarters to establish a Deputy Chief of Staff for Space Operations, who will be a three-star Air Force general officer. "This is the next step in our effort to integrate, normalize and elevate space operations in the Air Force," said Wilson. "The United States is dependent on space and our advers

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Ten ways that astronauts are helping you stay healthy  

London, UK (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 Astronauts on the International Space Station are growing crystals that could help develop new drugs for use on Earth. Here are ten healthcare technologies that have already come from space: 1. Robots that can remove brain tumours Developed in Canada during the Space Shuttle era, Canadarm2 is a robotic arm that is attached to the outside of the International Space Station. It is used

2017-06-21 05:13:22
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ESA boss urges action on 'ticking timebombs' in Earth orbit  

Le Bourget, France (AFP) June 20, 2017 A European Space Agency director urged nations Tuesday to unlock concealed data on the whereabouts of hundreds of thousands of pieces of space junk, or "ticking time bombs" threatening spacecraft in Earth orbit. The United States and individual European nations are among those keeping information close to their chest, partly for fear of revealing strategic or military secrets, ESA Director o

2017-06-21 05:10:13
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Lockheed Martin receives radar training system contract  

Washington (UPI) Jun 20, 2017 Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $108 million contract for the Advanced Radar Threat System Variant 2, or ARTS-V2, the Department of Defense announced Monday. The contract provides for development, testing, and options to produce up to 20 systems, which are meant for training U.S. Air Force crews to perform a multitude of operations. Work will be performed at 17 locations acros

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Leonardo debuts new target drone at Paris Air Show  

Washington (UPI) Jun 16, 2017 Leonardo debuted its new Mirach 40 aerial target drone at the the 2017 Paris Air Show, the company announced on Friday. The M-40 is based off of the Mirach 100/5 target drone that is already in service and has been widely exported. The target drone is a remotely piloted aerial system that is designed to mimic the flight paths and speed of different aircraft and missiles. It can s

2017-06-21 03:51:18
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Ammonia on-demand? Alternative production method for a sustainable future  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 Our society is in need of ammonia more than ever. Chemical fertilizers, plastic, fibers, pharmaceuticals, refrigerants in heat pumps, and even explosives all use ammonia as raw material. Moreover, ammonia has been suggested as a hydrogen carrier recently because of its high hydrogen content. In the Haber-Bosch process, which is the main method of ammonia synthesis, nitrogen reacts with hyd

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University Students Mine for Water at NASA's Mars Ice Challenge  

Hampton VA (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 For humans to survive on other worlds, they'll have to harness the resources - like water - that exist there. A recent competition held at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, aimed to find ways of doing just that. Dozens of students from seven U.S. universities traveled to NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia, to see if their projects could extract water fro

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New branch in family tree of exoplanets discovered  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 Since the mid-1990s, when the first planet around another sun-like star was discovered, astronomers have been amassing what is now a large collection of exoplanets - nearly 3,500 have been confirmed so far. In a new Caltech-led study, researchers have classified these planets in much the same way that biologists identify new animal species and have learned that the majority of exoplanets f

2017-06-21 03:20:42
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NASA Selects Army Surgeon for Astronaut Training  

Fort Carson CO (SPX) Jun 21, 2017 How many lifetimes does it take to become a soldier, pilot, doctor - and an astronaut? For Army Maj. (Dr.) Francisco Rubio, the battalion surgeon assigned to 3rd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group here, it only takes one. Rubio recently took his place as one of only 12 Americans selected to begin NASA astronaut candidate training in August 2017. "It's a dream come true," Rubio said

2017-06-21 02:46:19
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China's cargo spacecraft completes second docking with space lab  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 21, 2017 China's Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft completed its second docking with Tiangong-2 space lab at 2:55 p.m. Monday, after flying around the space lab. Tianzhou-1 separated from Tiangong-2 on Monday morning and remained at distance of five kilometers behind the space lab for about 90 minutes. Then, it was commanded to fly around Tiangong-2 from behind to a distance of five kilometers in f

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Lockheed Martin receives MLRS rocket contract  

Washington (UPI) Jun 16, 2017 Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control has received a $472 million contract for the production of Multiple Launch Rocket System rockets, the Department of Defense announced Thursday. The contract falls under foreign military sales and will deliver rockets to Finland, France, Germany and Singapore. The order includes 2,868 alternative warhead rockets, 648 unitary warhead rockets and 37

2017-06-21 02:08:56
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NASA releases Kepler Survey Catalog with 100s of new exoplanet candidates  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 NASA's Kepler space telescope team has released a mission catalog of planet candidates that introduces 219 new planet candidates, 10 of which are near-Earth size and orbiting in their star's habitable zone, which is the range of distance from a star where liquid water could pool on the surface of a rocky planet. This is the most comprehensive and detailed catalog release of candidate exopl

2017-06-20 08:36:58
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OHB Italia sign contract to launch PRISMA Italian satellite with Arianespace  

Paris, France (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 OHB Italia Spa and Arianespace have announced the signature of the launch contract for the Italian Space Agency's PRISMA (PRecursore IperSpettrale della Missione Applicativa) satellite. The launch will be carried out by a Vega rocket in 2018 from the Guiana Space Center, within the scope of a contract signed by OHB Italia Spa on behalf of the Italian Space Agency ASI. PRISMA is an Ea

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King of the Gods: Jupiter Dated to Be Oldest Planet in the Solar System  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 20, 2017 A new study from an international team of astronomers has dated Jupiter for the first time, and their findings suggest that the Gas Giant is the oldest planet in the solar system. Dating a celestial object isn't too difficult, so long as you have a sample of it. The Earth is about 4.543 billion years old, for instance. Jupiter, meanwhile is about 4.599 billion years old, making it 56 milli

2017-06-20 07:11:36
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Radio astronomers peer deep into the stellar nursery of the Orion Nebula  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 Astronomers have released an image of a vast filament of star-forming gas, 1200 light-years away, in the stellar nursery of the Orion Nebula. The image shows ammonia molecules within a 50-light-year long filament detected through radio observations made with the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia. That image is combined with an image of the Orion Nebula - an object famili

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GBT Captures Orion Blazing Bright in Radio Light  

Green Bank WV (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 A team of astronomers has unveiled a striking new image of the Orion Molecular Cloud (OMC) - a bustling stellar nursery teeming with bright, young stars and dazzling regions of hot, glowing gas. The researchers used the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia to study a 50 light-year long filament of star-forming gas that is wending its way through t

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India's 'Baahubali' GSLV MK III Lifts Less Luggage Than Lighter Rockets  

Chennai (IANS) Jun 20, 2017 The "Baahubali" or "fat boy" of Indian rockets - GSLV Mk III - weighs several tonnes more than some of the other expendable rockets in the world but its carrying capacity is far less, say experts. On June 5, India successfully flight-tested its brand new rocket, the 640 tonne Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-Mark III (GSLV Mk III) nick-named "Baahubali" by the Telugu media and "fat

2017-06-20 06:23:46
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USAF Secretary Heather Wilson determined to stay ahead in Military Space  

Mclean VA (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 The White House recently swore in former Congresswoman Dr. Heather Wilson as the 24th Secretary of the U.S. Air Force, the first Air Force Academy graduate to hold the service's top civilian post. Wilson assumes her new position at a time when many believe the U.S. Air Force faces a number of serious readiness and modernization challenges. "Innovation doesn't always come from something the

2017-06-20 06:15:16
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Astronomers see mysterious nitrogen area in a butterfly-shaped star formation disk  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 An international team of astronomers, led by Dutch scientists, has discovered a region in our Milky Way that contains many nitrogen compounds in the southeast of a butterfly-shaped star formation disk and very little in the north-west. The astronomers suspect that multiple stars-to-be share the same star formation disk, but the precise process is still a puzzle. The article with their find

2017-06-20 06:09:38
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Airbus celebrates 10 years of precision and reliability of TerraSAR-X satellite  

Friedrichshafen, Germany (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 Designed to operate for five years, Airbus's Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite TerraSAR-X has achieved ten years of flawless operations in orbit providing high-resolution radar images in all weather conditions 24 hours a day. Developed and constructed by Airbus Defence and Space teams from Friedrichshafen for the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), the satellite orbits at a height of 514

2017-06-20 05:05:39
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NASA, French Space Agency Express Commitment to Joint Exploration  

Le Bourget, France (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 France and the United States have a long history of cooperation in space, combining their talents over the years to advance science and launch exploration missions whose results have been instrumental in creating entirely new fields of research. The leaders of the two space agencies, Acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot, and CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall, reaffirmed the agencies'

2017-06-20 04:38:43
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Hubble applauds waltzing dwarfs  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 This seemingly unspectacular series of dots with varying distances between them actually shows the slow waltz of two brown dwarfs. The image is a stack of 12 images made over the course of three years with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Using high-precision astrometry, an Italian-led team of astronomers tracked the two components of the system as they moved both across the sky and around e

2017-06-20 03:31:39
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India to Make Native Navigation System Mandatory For All Aircraft  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jun 20, 2017 The Indian government will soon require all aircraft registered to fly in India to use Gagan, the country's own navigation system. The notification for this will be issued in the next few weeks and will be effective from January 2019. The availability of Gagan signal in space will bridge the gap between European Union's EGNOS and Japan's MSAS coverage areas, thereby offering seamless navig

2017-06-20 02:29:56
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New broadcasting satellite fails to enter preset orbit  

Xichang (XNA) Jun 20, 2017 Communications satellite Zhongxing-9A, which was launched aboard the Long March-3B carrier rocket from southwest China's Xichang Satellite Launch Center at 12:11 a.m. Monday, has failed to enter the preset orbit. Abnormal performance was identified during the third phase of the rocket launch, said the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) Monday. The exact reason

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An inside look at how the FY18 DoD budget request affects miltiary space  

Mclean VA (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 Even though one influential Senator called President Trump's 2018 budget proposal for the Defense Department "dead on arrival," there are many positive takeaways for the national security space community that could very well survive as the budget moves through both houses of Congress. The Trump administration released its request last week for $1.15 trillion in federal funding for the 2018

2017-06-20 02:22:21
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New Hunt for Earth-like Planets  

London UK (SPX) Jun 20, 2017 The astronomers who discovered the nearest potentially habitable planet to our solar system are inviting the public to take part in their search for more Earth-like planets. Last year an international team of astronomers led by Dr. Guillem Anglada-Escude, of Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), discovered a planet around the closest star to our Sun, Proxima Centauri. Details of the obse

2017-06-20 01:34:30
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Martian Crater Provides Reminder of Apollo Moonwalk  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 19, 2017 NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity passed near a young crater this spring during the 45th anniversary of Apollo 16's trip to Earth's moon, prompting a connection between two missions. Opportunity's science team informally named the Martian feature "Orion Crater." The name honors the Apollo 16 lunar module, Orion, which carried astronauts John Young and Charles Duke to and from the s

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MAVEN's top 10 discoveries at Mars  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 19, 2017 On June 17, NASA's MAVEN (Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution Mission) will celebrate 1,000 Earth days in orbit around the Red Planet. Since its launch in November 2013 and its orbit insertion in September 2014, MAVEN has been exploring the upper atmosphere of Mars. MAVEN is bringing insight to how the sun stripped Mars of most of its atmosphere, turning a planet once possibly habitable to mi

2017-06-18 14:07:50
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Opportunity collecting panoramas of high-value targets at Endeavour Crater  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 19, 2017 Opportunity is at the top of Perseverance Valley on the rim of Endeavour crater. The rover experienced a left-front wheel steering actuator stall on Sol 4750 (June 4, 2017) leaving the wheel 'toed-out' by 33 degrees. On Sol 4752 (June 6, 2017), the rover backed up with an arc to allow investigation of a terrain-related stall. On Sol 4754 (June 8, 2017), the left-front wheel was

2017-06-18 13:45:15
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Learning with light: New system allows optical 'deep learning'  

Boston MA (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 "Deep Learning" computer systems, based on artificial neural networks that mimic the way the brain learns from an accumulation of examples, have become a hot topic in computer science. In addition to enabling technologies such as face- and voice-recognition software, these systems could scour vast amounts of medical data to find patterns that could be useful diagnostically, or scan chemical form

2017-06-18 13:27:48
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2 SOPS bids farewell to ageing satellite  

Schriever AFB CO (AFNS) Jun 16, 2017 The 2nd Space Operations Squadron began the disposal of Satellite Vehicle Number 32, Inter Range Operation Number 6809, June 5, and was fully disposed June 12. The process took several days, and each day focused on a different aspect of the disposal, such as putting the vehicle into a spin-stabilized configuration, firing thrusters to raise the orbit, depleting the vehicle of any remaining

2017-06-18 12:55:24
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Missile Defense Agency seeks laser-armed drone  

Washington (UPI) Jun 14, 2017 The Missile Defense Agency is looking into acquiring and deploying a laser-armed drone to intercept and shoot down intercontinental ballistic missiles. The MDA Advanced Technology Directorate has said it needs a high-altitude long-endurance unmanned aerial vehicle with sufficient payload capacity to carry a high-energy laser. It would be designed to intercept ICBMs during their boost ph

2017-06-18 11:43:35
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Shining light on low-energy electrons  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 The scientific community has known about the existence of electrons for over a hundred years, but there are important facets of their interaction with matter that remain shrouded in mystery. One particular area of interest is low-energy electrons or electrons that have kinetic energy levels of about 10 electronvolts (eV) or less. These electrons affect the functioning of insulators in elec

2017-06-18 10:52:24
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Teachers doubt most students interested in subjects that promote space careers  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jun 19, 2017 A strong future Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) workforce is vital to sending humans to Mars, yet a new survey commissioned by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) shows about a third of U.S. middle school and high school teachers (36 percent) see enthusiasm from their students about STEM learning. To help address these findings, today the company unveiled new resources as part of

2017-06-18 09:15:27
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Early animal evolution got off to a hot start before Ice Age slowdown  

Washington (UPI) Jun 15, 2017 Early animal evolution occurred more rapidly than previously thought, new research suggests. Fossil records show all animal phyla had materialized by the beginning of the Cambrian Period, roughly 540 million years ago. But the scarcity of early animal fossils make it difficult to establish a more accurate timeline for early animal evolution. To map the roots of the animal kingdom

2017-06-18 08:20:04
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Orion Kicks Off Summer with Series of Safety Tests  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jun 19, 2017 Engineers working on NASA's Orion kicked off summer with a series of important tests for some of the spacecraft's critical safety systems. In the Utah desert, the skies over Arizona and the water at Johnson Space Center in Houston, the team is making sure Orion is safe from launch to splashdown. At the Promontory, Utah, facility of Orion subcontractor Orbital ATK, engineers tested the abor

2017-06-18 08:14:37
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China to launch four more probes before 2021  

Jiuquan (XNA) Jun 19, 2017 China will launch a further four space probes before 2021 as part of the efforts to develop space science, according to the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defence Friday. The China-Italy Electromagnetic Monitoring Experiment Satellite will be launched this August to study phenomena related to earthquakes from space. The China-France Oceanography

2017-06-18 07:23:34
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Plants to feed Earth and beyond  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 19, 2017 Astronaut ice cream may be an exotic treat for kids, but for real space explorers, a fresh, crunchy salad could sometimes really hit the spot. And the ability to grow food in space will prove crucial for longer-duration voyages envisioned over the next decades. Growing plants in a spaceship, and one day on another planet, is a complicated endeavor. But one tool making it easier is a specia

2017-06-18 06:08:27
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Researchers find a surprise just beneath the surface in carbon dioxide experiment  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 In a classic tale of science taking twists and turns before coming to a conclusion, two teams of researchers - one a group of theorists and the other, experimentalists - have worked together to solve a chemical puzzle that may one day lead to cleaner air and renewable fuel. The scientists' ultimate goal is to convert harmful carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere into beneficial liquid fue

2017-06-18 05:18:38
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Oldest AF Satellite Control Network welcomes new commander  

Kaena Point HI (AFNS) Jun 16, 2017 Detachment 3, 21st Space Operations Squadron, welcomed a new commander during a change of command ceremony held atop the Waianae mountain range, Hawaii, June 9. Maj. Edmond Chan assumed command of the detachment from Maj. Robert F. Shumaker. Lt. Col. Phillip Verroco, 21st Space Operations Squadron commander, presided over the ceremony. "Three years ago, I asked my team here to teach

2017-06-18 05:07:46
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New chemical method could revolutionize graphene  

Chicago IL (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 University of Illinois at Chicago scientists have discovered a new chemical method that enables graphene to be incorporated into a wide range of applications while maintaining its ultra-fast electronics. Graphene, a lightweight, thin, flexible material, can be used to enhance the strength and speed of computer display screens, electric/photonics circuits, solar cells and various medical, c

2017-06-18 04:24:12
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Orange Central African Republic and SES Networks Partner to Reinforce Connectivity in Country  

Bangui, Central African Republic (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 SES and Orange Central African Republic, a leading provider of corporate telecommunications and one of the largest mobile and internet services operators, have announced an agreement to provide connectivity services in the Central African Republic. Orange will be using SES Network's IP Transit solution to deliver faster 3G services and better-quality internet connections for enterprises. T

2017-06-16 06:45:37
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China launches remote-sensing micro-nano satellites  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 16, 2017 China launched two remote-sensing micro-nano satellites on a Long March-4B rocket from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert Thursday. The OVS-1A and the OVS-1B, the first two satellites of Zhuhai-I remote-sensing micro-nano satellite constellation, are expected to improve the monitoring of geographical, environmental, and geological changes across the country, a

2017-06-16 06:08:18
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NASA and Industry Team Successfully Test Orion Launch Abort Motor  

Dulles VA (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 Orbital ATK (NYSE: OA), a global leader in aerospace and defense technologies, along with NASA and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), successfully performed a ground firing test of the abort motor for NASA's Orion spacecraft Launch Abort System (LAS) at Orbital ATK's facility in Promontory, Utah. The launch abort motor is a major part of the LAS, which provides a tremendous enhancement in spaceflight

2017-06-16 06:04:04
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Elon Musk's vision of a self-sustaining city on Mars published in New Space  

New Rochelle, NY (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 The Commentary entitled "Making Humans a Multi-Planetary Species presents the vision of Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX, for future manned trips to other planets and specifically what will be needed to create a self-sustaining city on Mars. The article, drawn from Mr. Musk's presentation at the 67th International Astronautical Congress, is published in New Space, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary

2017-06-16 05:48:12
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New Horizons Team Digs into New Data on Next Flyby Target  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 It was the most technically-challenging and complex stellar occultation observation campaign ever attempted: At least 54 observing teams with dozens of telescopes dispatched across two continents, positioned to catch a rare, two-second glimpse of a small, distant Kuiper Belt object passing in front of a star. And it wasn't just any KBO - it was the next flyby target of NASA's New Horizons missio

2017-06-16 05:15:05
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Icy moons, galaxy clusters, and distant worlds selected targets for Webb Telescope  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 Mission officials for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope announced some of the science targets the telescope will observe following its launch and commissioning. These specific observations are part of a program of Guaranteed Time Observations (GTO), which provides dedicated time to the scientists that helped design and build the telescope's four instruments. "From the very first galaxies a

2017-06-16 05:07:32
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Russian Institute to Start Long-Haul Mars Mission Simulations in November  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 16, 2017 The first among a series of psychological experiments designed to look into problems that might arise in a mixed crew on its way to Mars will start in November at the Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP) of the Russian Academy of Science, a statement released by the Institute said Thursday. "The IBMP will conduct the SIRIUS (Scientific International Research In Unique Terrestrial Statio

2017-06-16 04:02:34
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Researchers discover shortcut to satellite-based quantum encryption network  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 In a new study, researchers demonstrate ground-based measurements of quantum states sent by a laser aboard a satellite 38,000 kilometers above Earth. This is the first time that quantum states have been measured so carefully from so far away. "We were quite surprised by how well the quantum states survived traveling through the atmospheric turbulence to a ground station," said Christoph Ma

2017-06-16 03:42:24
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NASA's TASAR trial takes flight on Alaska Airlines  

Charlotte NC (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 UTC Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. reports that Alaska Airlines has completed installation of the company's advanced Aircraft Data Management (ADM) solution on three of its 737NG aircraft. The ADM system is designed to help aircraft save time and fuel through its family of software and hardware products, including the Tablet Interface Module (TIM) and Aircraft Inter

2017-06-16 03:01:56
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Satellites forewarn of locust plagues  

Paris (ESA) Jun 16, 2017 Satellites are helping to predict favourable conditions for desert locusts to swarm, which poses a threat to agricultural production and, subsequently, livelihoods and food security. Desert locusts are a type of grasshopper found primarily in the Sahara, across the Arabian Peninsula and into India. The insect is usually harmless, but when they swarm they can migrate across long distances a

2017-06-16 02:59:16
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Commsat aims high with satellite system launch  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 16, 2017 In the next three years, China will launch its first commercial low-orbit satellites system, designed to collect real-time data for industries including the heavy machinery and logistics sectors, according to the company behind it. Beijing-based private company Commsat Technology Development Co Ltd said that from 2018 to 2020, it will position 60 satellites at six different orbits, about 6

2017-06-16 01:27:03
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No Universe without Big Bang  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Jun 16, 2017 Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam and the Perimeter Institute in Canada disprove the theory of the "smooth beginning" According to Einstein's theory of relativity, the curvature of spacetime was infinite at the big bang. In fact, at this point all mathematical tools fail, and the theory breaks down. However, there remained the notion that perhap

2017-06-16 01:23:46
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Kazakh man dies in fire after Russian rocket launch  

Astana, Kazakhstan (AFP) June 15, 2017 A Kazakh man died and another was hospitalised after they were caught in a fire on the steppes triggered by falling debris from a Russian space launch, Russian and Kazakh authorities said Thursday. The blaze, reaching 15 kilometres (9.5 miles) across, was unleashed by parts of a rocket that fell to earth on Wednesday after a launch from the nearby Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan's emergency

2017-06-16 01:15:57
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Ball Aerospace Completes WFIRST Study for NASA  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Ball Aerospace reports it has completed a six-month Phase A study of the scientific and technology requirements for the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) project's Wide Field Instrument (WFI). WFIRST will be NASA's next flagship space telescope under development and will follow NASA's James Webb Space Telescope. "Ball is honored to have participated in the Wide Field Instrument

2017-06-15 06:47:30
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The VLA-COSMOS 3 GHz large project  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Astronomy and Astrophysics is publishing a series of six articles presenting the results of the VLA-COSMOS 3 GHz Large Project. Led by researchers at the University of Zagreb, the team used the Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) telescope to observe a two square degree patch of sky called the COSMOS field, for a duration of 384 hours. The astronomers obtained one of the clearest (highes

2017-06-15 06:31:13
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China launches its first X-ray space telescope  

Beijing (AFP) June 15, 2017 China successfully launched on Thursday its first X-ray space telescope to study black holes, pulsars and gamma-ray bursts, state media reported. A Long March-4B rocket carried the 2.5-tonne telescope into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi Desert at 11:00 am (3:00 GMT), according to the official Xinhua news agency The Hard X-ray Modulation Telesco

2017-06-15 06:01:37
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Scientists make waves with black hole research  

Nottingham UK (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Scientists at the University of Nottingham have made a significant leap forward in understanding the workings of one of the mysteries of the universe. They have successfully simulated the conditions around black holes using a specially designed water bath. Their findings shed new light on the physics of black holes with the first laboratory evidence of the phenomenon known as the superradi

2017-06-15 05:01:07
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VLA gives new insight into galaxy cluster's spectacular 'mini-halo'  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array (VLA) have discovered new details that are helping them decipher the mystery of how giant radio-emitting structures are formed at the center of a cluster of galaxies. The scientists studied a cluster of thousands of galaxies more than 250 million light-years from Earth, named the Perseus Cluster after the c

2017-06-15 04:58:13
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Galaxy alignments traced back 10 billion years  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 A new study led by Michael West of Lowell Observatory and Roberto De Propris of the University of Turku, Finland, reveals that the most massive galaxies in the universe have been aligned with their surroundings for at least ten billion years. This discovery shows that galaxies, like people, are influenced by their environment from a young age. Astronomers have long known that galaxies clus

2017-06-15 04:27:35
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Russian Spektr-RG mission to identify 3 billin black holes after 2018 launch  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 15, 2017 The Spektr-RG (Spectrum Roentgen Gamma) space mission, slated to launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome net year, will help to draw up a map of the universe including three million black holes, project scientist Rashid Sunyaev said. The Spektr-RG (Spectrum Roentgen Gamma) space mission intends to map at least three million black holes across the Universe, project astrophysicist Rashid Sunyaev

2017-06-15 04:26:32
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The future of the Orion constellation  

Paris (ESA) Jun 15, 2017 A new video, based on measurements by ESA's Gaia and Hipparcos satellites, shows how our view of the Orion constellation will evolve over the next 450 000 years. Stars are not motionless in the sky: their positions change continuously as they move through our Galaxy, the Milky Way. These motions, too slow to be appreciated with the naked eye over a human lifetime, can be captured by high-precisi

2017-06-15 04:14:30
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Kazakh man dies in fire following Russian rocket launch: govt.  

Astana, Kazakhstan (AFP) June 15, 2017 A Kazakh man died and another was hospitalised after they were caught in a fire on the steppes triggered by falling debris from a Russian space launch, emergency services said on Thursday. The blaze, reaching 15 kilometers (9.5 miles) across, was unleashed by parts of a rocket that fell to earth on Wednesday after launch from the nearby Baikonur cosmodrome, emergency situations committee spo

2017-06-15 03:16:19
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NRAO: Making Powerful Data-Visualization Tools Easier to Use  

Socorro, NM (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 As astronomers face a veritable tsunami of data from new telescopes and observing programs in the coming years, a pair of researchers has developed a set of techniques that makes it easier for scientists to make high-quality visualizations of the data. "The sheer volume of data that astronomers are encountering makes visualization a vital tool for understanding the results of their studies

2017-06-15 03:14:58
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Chaotically magnetized cloud is no place to build a star, or is it  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 For decades, scientists thought that the magnetic field lines coursing around newly forming stars were both powerful and unyielding, working like jail bars to corral star-forming material. More recently, astronomers have found tantalizing evidence that large-scale turbulence far from a nascent star can drag magnetic fields around at will. Now, a team of astronomers using the Atacama Large

2017-06-15 03:14:05
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Auriga Project Helps Uncover the History of Galaxies  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Thousands of processors, terabytes of data, and months of computing time have helped a group of researchers in Germany create some of the largest and highest resolution simulations ever made of galaxies like our Milky Way. The work of the Auriga Project (led by Dr. Robert Grand of the Theoretical Astrophysics group at HITS (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Stu

2017-06-15 02:51:49
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