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'Dragon back' as cargo reaches space station  

Miami (AFP) Dec 17, 2017 SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo ship arrived on Sunday at the International Space Station, carrying supplies and experiments for the astronauts in orbit. "Capture confirmed," a NASA commentator said at 5:57 am (10:57 GMT), when the space station's robotic arm, operated by one of its astronauts, attached itself to the cargo ship as it floated over Australia and Papua New Guinea. "It's a gr

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Thales Alenia Space signs 3 contracts for NASA's deep space exploration  

Rome (SPX) Dec 17, 2017 Thales Alenia Space has signed three contracts in the frame of Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships (NextSTEP-2) activities with Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Orbital-ATK, to develop capabilities that can meet NASA human space exploration objectives while also supporting industry commercialization plans. Based on a public-private partnership model, the next step for human spa

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ArianeGroup signs contract with ESA for future Prometheus engine  

Paris, France (SPX) Dec 17, 2017 Prometheus is a European demonstrator for a very low cost reusable engine, running on liquid oxygen (LOx) and methane. It is the precursor for future European launcher engines as of 2030. The aim is to be able to build future liquid propellant engines with a unit cost of about 1 million euros, or 10 times less than the cost of producing existing engines such as the Vulcain2. The succ

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Two rookie astronauts, cosmonaut blast off to ISS  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) Dec 17, 2017 A three-man space crew featuring American and Japanese rookie astronauts as well as an experienced Russian cosmonaut blasted off on Sunday for a six-month mission at the International Space Station. Scott Tingle of NASA, Anton Shkaplerov of Roscosmos and Norishige Kanai of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency powered into the sky in a Soyuz MS-07 spacecraft from the Baikonur cosmodrome in

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Soyuz carrying Expedition 53 crew lands in Kazakhstan  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 17, 2017 The Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft is seen as it lands with Expedition 53 Commander Randy Bresnik of NASA and Flight Engineers Paolo Nespoli of ESA (European Space Agency) and Sergey Ryazanskiy of the Russian space agency Roscosmos near the town of Zhezkazgan, Kazakhstan on Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017. Bresnik, Nespoli and Ryazanskiy returned to Earth after 138 days in space, where they served as memb

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Initial results and data from observations of 'Oumuamua  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Dec 17, 2017 Breakthrough Listen - the initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe - is reporting preliminary results and making initial data available from its observations of the "interstellar visitor" 'Oumuamua. The initial block of observations (the first of a planned four blocks) ran from 3:45 pm to 9:45 pm ET on Wednesday, December 13, using the Breakthrough Listen backend instru

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Opportunity Comes to a Fork in the Road  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 17, 2017 Opportunity is continuing her winter exploration of Perseverance Valley on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover continued with several days of collecting color, stereo, Panoramic Camera (Pancam) panoramas of the surrounding terrain. Then, on Sol 4934 (Dec. 10, 2017), after a sol of recharging, Opportunity drove about 28 feet (8.4 meters), approximately east, down the valley to

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Planting oxygen ensures a breath of fresh air  

Paris (ESA) Dec 17, 2017 When resources are limited, you have to work with what you have - especially in the harsh environment of space. Though the International Space Station is regularly restocked by cargo vessels, like today's Dragon, self-sufficient spaceflight in the future will require us to recycle and reuse precious resources like oxygen. An experiment on its way to space will look into doing just that. Re

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SpaceX resupply truck Dragon on route to ISS for space research delivery  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Dec 17, 2017 An experiment in space manufacturing and an enhanced study of solar energy are among the research currently heading to the International Space Station following Friday's launch of a SpaceX Dragon spacecraft at 10:36 a.m. EST. Dragon lifted off on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida with more than 4,800 pounds of research equipment,

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In first, SpaceX launches recycled rocket and spaceship  

Miami (AFP) Dec 15, 2017 For the first time, SpaceX on Friday blasted off both a rocket and a cargo ship that have flown before, a step forward in the company's goal to lower the cost of spaceflight. After the launch, the California-based company headed by Internet tycoon Elon Musk landed its rocket booster upright on solid ground at Cape Canaveral, Florida. SpaceX has now managed to return 20 of its rocket boos

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Lockheed Martin and NEC to Enhance Satellites, Space Travel with Artificial Intelligence  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 Lockheed Martin and NEC Corp have announced that Lockheed Martin will use NEC's System Invariant Analysis Technology (SIAT) in the space domain. SIAT's advanced analytics engine uses data collected from sensors to learn the behavior of systems, including computer systems, power plants, factories and buildings, enabling the system itself to automatically detect inconsistencies and prescribe resol

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NASA Funds Flight for Space Medical Technology on Blue Origin  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 Blue Origin successfully launched its New Shepard reusable space vehicle on Dec. 12 carrying a medical technology that could potentially treat chest trauma in a space environment. The New Shepard reusable vertical takeoff and vertical landing space vehicle was launched with the experimental technology from Blue Origin's West Texas launch site. In addition to NASA funding non-government res

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NanoRacks Integrates Largest New Shepard Payload Manifest to Date  

Van Horn, TX (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 NanoRacks is pleased to have taken part in yet another successful Blue Origin New Shepard space vehicle mission. This morning marked New Shepard's 7th flight, and the third flight in which NanoRacks has managed customer payload integration. As a part of the NanoRacks teaming agreement with Blue Origin, the Company partakes in both business development and payload integration. Payload

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No alien 'signals' from cigar-shaped asteroid: researchers  

Paris (AFP) Dec 14, 2017 No alien signals have been detected from an interstellar, cigar-shaped space rock discovered travelling through our Solar System in October, researchers listening for evidence of extraterrestrial technology said Thursday. The object, dubbed Oumuamua, was spotted by several Earthly telescopes two months ago. Given its weird trajectory, surprised researchers immediately concluded it was f

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Boeing tapped to sustain Space-Based Space Surveillance system  

Washington (UPI) Dec 14, 2017 The Boeing Co. has been awarded a modified contract from the U.S. Air Force for sustainment of the space-based space surveillance Block 10 satellite. The deal, announced Wednesday by the Department of Defense and worth more than $21.9 million under the terms of the contract, is classified as a cost-plus-incentive-fee and cost-plus-fixed-fee contract. The Space Based Space Surveil

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Herschel Data Links Mysterious Quasar Winds to Furious Starbursts  

Noordwijk, Netherlands (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 Astronomers have used ESA's Herschel Space Observatory to solve a decades-old mystery about the origin of powerful cool gas winds in the hot environs of quasars. The evidence linking these powerful winds to star formation in the quasar host galaxies may also help resolve the mystery of why the size of galaxies in the universe appears to be capped. Since their discovery in the 1960s quasars

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New manifestation of magnetic monopoles discovered  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 The startling similarity between the physical laws describing electric phenomena and those describing magnetic phenomena has been known since the 19th century. However, one piece that would make the two perfectly symmetric was missing: magnetic monopoles. While magnetic monopoles in the form of elementary particles remain elusive, there have been some recent successes in engineering objects that

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APL Monitoring Instrument Rides into Space  

Laurel MD (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 The newest realm of space travel is closer to home than many think, but still shrouded in mystery. And while Earth's upper atmosphere may soon be a destination for tourists, scientists from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, are blazing a research trail in this "suborbital" region with the launch of an instrument to study flight conditions 60 miles

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Paolo Nespoli returns to Earth  

Paris (ESA) Dec 15, 2017 ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli landed back on Earth early this morning after 139 days in space. The ride home from the International Space Station required braking from 28 800 km/h to a standstill in barely three hours. Paolo and crewmates Randy Bresnik of NASA and Sergei Ryazansky of Roscosmos touched down on the steppes of Kazakhstan at 08:37 GMT. The Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft endured th

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Two Embry-Riddle Research Payloads Traveled to Suborbital Space on Blue Origin's New Shepard Rocket  

Daytona Beach FL (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 For less than four minutes at the edge of space, T-cells from mice in an Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University experiment in partnership with the University of Texas Health Science Center and the Medical University of South Carolina were exposed to microgravity onboard a successful Blue Origin launch in the hope of one day finding new treatments for cancer. The payload from Embry-Riddle's D

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Neutron stars on the brink of collapse  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 When a very massive star dies, its core contracts. In a supernova explosion, the star's outer layers are expelled, leaving behind an ultra-compact neutron star. For the first time, the LIGO and Virgo Observatories have recently been able to observe the merger of two neutron stars and measure the mass of the merging stars. Together, the neutron stars had a mass of 2.74 solar masses. Based o

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Most Distant Supermassive Black Hole Found  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 A team of astronomers led by Carnegie's Eduardo Banados used Carnegie's Magellan telescopes to discover the most-distant supermassive black hole ever observed. It resides in a luminous quasar and its light reaches us from when the universe was only 5 percent of its current age - just 690 million years after the Big Bang. Their findings are published by Nature. Quasars are tremendously brig

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RS-25 Engine Test is Giant Step for 3-D Printing  

Stennis Space Center, MS (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc., and NASA completed hot-fire testing of an RS-25 rocket engine containing its largest additively manufactured component to date. Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3-D printing, will help lower the cost of future missions of NASA's powerful Space Launch System (SLS) heavy-lift rocket. "This test demonstrates the v

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NASA uses AI to uncover eighth planet circling distant star  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 15, 2017 Our solar system now is tied for most number of planets around a single star, with the recent discovery of an eighth planet circling Kepler-90, a Sun-like star 2,545 light years from Earth. The planet was discovered in data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope. The newly-discovered Kepler-90i - a sizzling hot, rocky planet that orbits its star once every 14.4 days - was found using machine l

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Two astronauts, cosmonaut return from five-month ISS mission  

Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan (AFP) Dec 14, 2017 Two astronauts, from the US and Italy, and a Russian cosmonaut on Thursday landed in Kazakhstan after almost five months on the International Space Station, footage from the Russian space agency showed. American Randy Bresnik, Paolo Nespoli of Italy and Sergey Ryazanskiy of Russia landed on the Kazakh steppe at 2.37pm local time (0837 GMT) in a Soyuz MS-05 spacecraft. Over 139 days in s

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Electrical and Chemical Coupling Between Saturn and Its Ring  

Uppsala, Sweden (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 A Langmuir probe, developed in Sweden and flown to Saturn on the Cassini spacecraft, has made exciting discoveries in the atmosphere of the planet. Jan-Erik Wahlund at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics in Uppsala and his colleagues show that there is a strong coupling, both chemically and electrically, between the atmosphere of Saturn and its rings. These research results have now been publ

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PARC to Partner with Commercial Space Leader to Accelerate Space R and D  

Palo Alto, CA (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 PARC, a Xerox company, has announced a partnership with Blue Origin to enhance awareness and interest in the vast possibilities made possible by conducting R and D in space. The partnership will leverage PARC's expertise in technology innovation and Blue Origin's reusable suborbital rocket, New Shepard, to push new frontiers in four areas of technology R and D: advanced manufacturing, ener

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Google opens AI centre in China as competition heats up  

Beijing (AFP) Dec 13, 2017 Google announced Wednesday that it will open a new artificial intelligence research centre in Beijing, tapping China's talent pool in the promising technology despite the US search giant's exclusion from the country's internet. Artificial intelligence, especially machine learning, has been an area of intense focus for American tech stalwarts Google, Microsoft and Facebook, and their Chinese

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Space Climate Observatory agreed ahead of One Planet Summit in Paris  

London, UK (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 The UK's world-leading space sector will help create a new Space Climate Observatory, following an agreement adopted by national space agencies Monday 11 December. At an event in Paris, the UK Space Agency signed up to the global agreement to improve long-term sustainability and accessibility of climate data captured by satellites. The Heads of the national Space Agencies have commit

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Will Trump send Americans to the Moon? Money talks: experts  

Miami (AFP) Dec 14, 2017 US President Donald Trump's decision this week to return Americans to the Moon makes sense as a way to develop technology to one day reach Mars, but only if Congress allocates the money, experts say. Reviving an American program to explore the Moon is seen as a way to boost jobs and morale at home, while encouraging international collaboration with Europe, Japan, China and India - all eager

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Russia's Fregat Upper Stage Fall Caused by Incorrect Software Operation  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 13, 2017 The Russian state space corporation has revealed the reasons behind the downfall of the Fregat upper stage and 19 satellites, carried by a Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket. The reason for the fall of the Fregat upper stage with 19 satellites into the Atlantic Ocean was incorrect operational software, the first deputy chief of Russian state space corporation Roscosmos, Alexander Ivanov, has explai

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Green Light for Continued Operations of ESA Science Missions  

Noordwijk, Netherlands (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 ESA's Science Programme Committee (SPC) has approved indicative extensions, up to 2019-2020, for the operation of eight scientific missions. During its meeting at ESA Headquarters in Paris, on 21-22 November, the SPC approved indicative extensions for the continued operation of five ESA-led missions: Gaia, INTEGRAL, Mars Express, SOHO, and XMM-Newton. This followed a comprehensive review o

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Trump signs $700B defense budget into law  

Washington (UPI) Dec 12, 2017 President Donald Trump signed the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act into law, a $700 billion defense budget that seeks to increase military spending and operational capabilities. The provisions in the 2018 NDAA includes measures like the establishment of a new U.S. Space Corps as a separate military service within the Department of the Air Force by 2019 and increases the totality

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Research shows why meteroids explode before they reach Earth  

West Lafayette IN (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 Our atmosphere is a better shield from meteoroids than researchers thought, according to a new paper published in Meteoritics and Planetary Science. When a meteor comes hurtling toward Earth, the high-pressure air in front of it seeps into its pores and cracks, pushing the body of the meteor apart and causing it to explode. "There's a big gradient between high-pressure air in front o

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Ceres' bright spots suggest the dwarf planet is geologically active  

Washington (UPI) Dec 13, 2017 New observations and analysis of the hundreds of bright pots on Ceres surface suggest the dwarf planet is a dynamic, geologically active place. Scientists have struggled to account for the highly reflective spots on Ceres' surface, but thanks to images captured by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, revealing the bright spots in unparalleled detail, researchers are beginning to understand how the f

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Space Mystery Solved by Student Satellite  

Boulder CO (SPX) Dec 14, 2017 A 60-year-old mystery regarding the source of some energetic and potentially damaging particles in Earth's radiation belts is now solved using data from a shoebox-sized satellite built and operated by University of Colorado Boulder students. The results from the new study indicate energetic electrons in Earth's inner radiation belt - primarily near its inner edge - are created by cosmic ra

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Not Your Grandpa's Robot: Russian Robot 'FEDOR' May Become Self-Learning  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 13, 2017 F.E.D.O.R., which stands for Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research is the first Russian humanoid robot, created within the framework of the Foundation of Advanced Studies. The robot is designed to replace humans in high-risk situations for example, in rescue operations and in space. Humanoid robot F.E.D.O.R., may become self-learning in the future. "It is interesting to de

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Does New Horizons' Next Target Have a Moon?  

Laurel MD (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 Scientists were already excited to learn this summer that New Horizons' next flyby target - a Kuiper Belt object a billion miles past Pluto - might be either peanut-shaped or even two objects orbiting one another. Now new data hints that 2014 MU69 might have company: a small moon. That's the latest theory coming from NASA's New Horizons team, as it continues to analyze telescope data on th

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Bright Areas on Ceres Suggest Geologic Activity  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 13, 2017 If you could fly aboard NASA's Dawn spacecraft, the surface of dwarf planet Ceres would generally look quite dark, but with notable exceptions. These exceptions are the hundreds of bright areas that stand out in images Dawn has returned. Now, scientists have a better sense of how these reflective areas formed and changed over time - processes indicative of an active, evolving world. "The m

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EU launches defence pact with submarine drones  

Brussels (AFP) Dec 11, 2017 The EU unveiled on Monday a raft of new joint defence projects including submarine drones and cyber attack rapid response teams as it launched a landmark pact on boosting military cooperation. Twenty-five countries - all of the EU member states except Denmark, Malta and Britain, which is leaving the bloc - have signed up for the pact, known as permanent structured cooperation on defence (P

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Researchers analyze thousands of hours of Apollo mission audio  

Dallas TX (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 NASA recorded thousands of hours of audio from the Apollo lunar missions, yet most of us have only been able to hear the highlights. The agency recorded all communications between the astronauts, mission control specialists and back-room support staff during the historic moon missions in addition to Neil Armstrong's famous quotes from Apollo 11 in July 1969. Most of the audio remaine

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Nature's toughest substances decoded  

Houston TX (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 How a material breaks may be the most important property to consider when designing layered composites that mimic those found in nature. A method by Rice University engineers decodes the interactions between materials and the structures they form and can help maximize their strength, toughness, stiffness and fracture strain. In a study that required more than 400 computer simulations of pl

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Department of Defense seeks to speed up acquisition process  

Washington (UPI) Dec 8, 2017 Senior leaders at the Department of Defense testified on Capitol Hill that they are attempting to reform and speed up an acquisition process that has dogged the agency for years. The Senate Armed Services Committee on Thursday heard testimony from U.S. Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, alongside other military officials, including Ellen Lord, the Pentagon's top acquisition official. /

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NASA Establishes Advisory Group for National Space Council  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 NASA has established a new advisory group on behalf of the National Space Council that will represent the expertise, interests and perspectives of non-federal aerospace organizations to the National Space Council. The official charter for the Users' Advisory Group (UAG) was signed by acting NASA Administrator Robert Lightfoot on Dec. 6, and subsequently announced in the Federal Register. I

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OSIRIS-REx cruising towards rendezvous with Asteroid Bennu  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 OSIRIS-REx is continuing outbound cruise operations, en route to arrival in August of 2018 at the asteroid Bennu. The spacecraft is currently 29.6 million miles (47.6 million kilometers) from Earth and is executing a program designed to study and reduce the presence of water on the spacecraft. During routine in-flight testing of the spacecraft's thermal properties earlier this year, the mi

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Life's building blocks observed in spacelike environment  

College Park, Maryland (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 Where do the molecules required for life originate? It may be that small organic molecules first appeared on Earth and were later combined into larger molecules, such as proteins and carbohydrates. But a second possibility is that they originated in space, possibly within our solar system. A new study, published this week in The Journal of Chemical Physics, from AIP Publishing, shows that a numb

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NASA Hosts Media Teleconference to Announce Latest Kepler Discovery  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 NASA will host a media teleconference at 1 p.m. EST Thursday, Dec. 14, to announce the latest discovery made by its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope. The discovery was made by researchers using machine learning from Google. Machine learning is an approach to artificial intelligence, and demonstrates new ways of analyzing Kepler data. The briefing participants are: +

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Juno probes the depths of Jupiter's Great Red Spot  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 13, 2017 Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft during its first pass over Jupiter's Great Red Spot in July 2017 indicate that this iconic feature penetrates well below the clouds. Other revelations from the mission include that Jupiter has two previously uncharted radiation zones. The findings were announced Monday at the annual American Geophysical Union meeting in New Orleans. "One of the most

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Aerospace's SeedTECH AI advances to second round of $5M IBM Watson XPRIZE  

El Segundo CA (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 The Aerospace Corporation's (Aerospace) SeedTECH Artificial Intelligence (AI) team is one of 59 teams out of 147 that are advancing to the second round of the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE - a $5 million AI and cognitive computing global competition. SeedTECH AI will take on the grand challenge of designing an AI that can dream. "We're thrilled that Aerospace's all-volunteer team progressed to the

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Designing future human space exploration on Hawaii's lava fields  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Dec 13, 2017 On the lava fields of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano, a team of NASA researchers and partners have been busy doing science in a most unusual way. They were studying the biology and geology of this remarkable terrain while simulating a realistic mission to the surface of Mars. The conditions were so real that many of the expected challenges of otherworldly exploration were recreated, including a

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Tokyo airport to be 'scattered' with robots for 2020 Olympics  

Tokyo (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 Visitors to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics can expect to arrive at an airport "scattered" with robots to help them, an official said Tuesday as he unveiled seven new machines to perform tasks from helping with luggage to language assistance. Among the seven robots on show was a fluffy cat mascot that can carry out simultaneous interpretation in four different languages. Visitors speak into a fu

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Ariane 5 rocket takes off with European GPS satellites  

Kourou (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 An Ariane 5 rocket took off from the Kourou Space Centre in French Guiana on Tuesday, taking with it four satellites for Europe's Galileo navigation project, Arianespace said. The European space workhorse took off at 1836 GMT and was scheduled to deploy its cargo four hours after launch. The Galileo programme, when complete, will have 30 satellites in three orbital planes by 2020. If all

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Russian space agency blames satellite loss on programming error  

Moscow (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 Russia's space agency on Tuesday blamed a failed satellite launch from its new cosmodrome on a programming error, prompting an angry response from the deputy prime minister in charge of space. On November 28 Russia lost contact with its Meteor-M weather satellite after its launch from the new Vostochny cosmodrome - only the second such launch since the facility opened in the country's far e

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Ocean of Things Aims to Expand Maritime Awareness across Open Seas  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 07, 2017 The internet of things connects an ever-growing number of smart devices for up-to-the-minute monitoring and tracking of many common events. Head out to most parts of the open ocean, however, and no such capability exists for real-time monitoring of maritime activity. DARPA has announced its Ocean of Things program, which seeks to enable persistent maritime situational awareness over large

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Rocket Lab makes another attempt at rocket launch in New Zealand  

Washington DC (UPI) Dec 11, 2017 Aerospace startup company Rocket Lab will make another attempt to launch its Electron rocket tonight. Its last attempt was scrubbed when the International Space Station got in the way. The launch window will reopen Monday night at 8:30 p.m. EST - 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday in New Zealand - where the launch will take place. "The Rocket Lab launch team is on console and readying Electr

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Space Policy Directive calls for human expansion across the solar system  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 President Donald Trump is sending astronauts back to the Moon. The president Monday signed at the White House Space Policy Directive 1, a change in national space policy that provides for a U.S.-led, integrated program with private sector partners for a human return to the Moon, followed by missions to Mars and beyond. The policy calls for the NASA administrator to "lead an innovative and

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New simulations suggest meteors explode from the inside  

New Orleans LA (SPX) Dec 12, 2017 Researchers have identified an explosive new mechanism that breaks down meteors as they hurtle toward Earth. New simulations of falling meteors suggest air particles penetrate the space rocks' porous interiors as they careen through the atmosphere. These air particles create pockets of high pressure that ultimately lead the rock to explode from the inside, tens of kilometers above the Eart

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Robot Moon Base: Beijing's New Lunar Landing Program  

Beijing (XNA) Dec 12, 2017 Scientists are mulling a robot moon station, Chinese space experts said on Tuesday. The base can conduct bigger, more complicated research and experiments, according to space officials who announced the plan at an international symposium in Shanghai at the end of November. Such a station could slash the costs of returning rock samples to Earth, Jiao Weixin, a Peking University space

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Space Kingdom Asgardia Deploys First Satellite Into Low Earth Orbit  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Dec 12, 2017 The first of its kind, the Space Kingdom of Asgardia has placed a tiny satellite into low Earth orbit making it the first "nation" to have its territory in space, despite legal disputes. Asgardia is a nonprofit non-governmental organization based in Vienna, Austria. It is the brainchild of the Russian aerospace engineer and billionaire Igor Ashurbeyli. Its leaders want to build a kin

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Virtual reality users must learn to use what they see  

Madison WI (SPX) Dec 07, 2017 Anyone with normal vision knows that a ball that seems to quickly be growing larger is probably going to hit them on the nose. But strap them into a virtual reality headset, and they still may need to take a few lumps before they pay attention to the visual cues that work so well in the real world, according to a new study from University of Wisconsin-Madison psychologists. "The comp

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Robots foresee future with automated visualized predictions  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Dec 12, 2017 University of California, Berkeley, researchers have developed a robotic learning technology that enables robots to imagine the future of their actions so they can figure out how to manipulate objects they have never encountered before. In the future, this technology could help self-driving cars anticipate future events on the road and produce more intelligent robotic assistants in homes, but th

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Nuclear fusion project faces delay over US budget cuts: director  

Washington (AFP) Dec 7, 2017 The head of the multinational nuclear fusion project known as ITER, in Washington for talks with President Donald Trump's administration, has warned US budget cuts could delay completion of the experimental reactor. Launched a decade ago by seven partners - the European Union, the United States, China, Russia, Japan, India and South Korea - the project has been plagued by delays and budget

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Impressive Geminid meteors to peak December 13-14  

Boston MA (SPX) Dec 12, 2017 If it's clear Wednesday night and Thursday before dawn, keep a lookout high overhead for the "shooting stars" of the Geminid meteor shower. That's the peak night for this annual display. Sky and Telescope magazine predicts that, if you are viewing under a clear, dark sky, you might see a Geminid meteor every minute or two, on average, from 10 p.m. local time on December 13th until dawn on

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JPL Deploys a CubeSat for Astronomy  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 12, 2017 Tiny satellites called CubeSats have attracted a lot of attention in recent years. Besides allowing researchers to test new technologies, their relative simplicity also offers hands-on training to early-career engineers. A CubeSat recently deployed from the International Space Station is a key example of their potential, experimenting with CubeSats applied to astronomy. For the next

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'Grinch bots' may steal Christmas by snatching up prized toys  

San Francisco (AFP) Dec 8, 2017 If no one comes to the rescue, an online army of "Grinch bots" may end up spoiling Christmas for many kids by using automated software to scoop up prized toys and other sought-after items for big profit. The bots - yes, the same kinds of automated programs that spread political propaganda and manipulate opinion on social media - can use superfast technology to snatch up popular electronics

2017-12-12 03:50:22
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NASA's CATS concludes successful mission on Space Station  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 12, 2017 A spaceborne lidar instrument that fired more laser pulses than any previous orbiting instrument has ended its operations on the International Space Station, after a successful 33-month mission to measure clouds and tiny atmospheric particles that play key roles in Earth's climate and weather. During its mission, NASA's Cloud-Aerosol Transport System (CATS) lidar provided measurements of t

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Trump tells NASA to send Americans to Moon  

Washington DC (AFP) Dec 12, 2017 US President Donald Trump directed NASA on Monday to send Americans to the Moon for the first time in decades, a move he said would help prepare for a future Mars trip. "This time we will not only plant our flag and leave our footprint," Trump said at the White House as he signed the new space policy directive. "We will establish a foundation for an eventual mission to Mars and perha

2017-12-11 18:29:02
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The Second Moon Race  

Gerroa, Australia (SPX) Mar 13, 2017 The US and China are in an undeclared race back to the Moon. At first glance it's easy to dismiss China's efforts as being little more than what the US and Russia achieved decades ago. And while the pace of China's manned launches has been slow with over a year in many cases between launches; looks can be deceptive and China has achieved each critical step towards building a permanent spac

2017-12-11 18:29:02
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Galileo satellites atop rocket for next Tuesday's flight  

Paris (ESA) Dec 11, 2017 Europe's next four Galileo navigation satellites are in place atop their Ariane 5, ready to be launched next Tuesday. Liftoff from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana is scheduled for 18:36 GMT (19:36 CET, 15:36 local time), carrying Galileo satellites 19-22. Completion of Galileo's Ariane 5 rocket took place in the Spaceport's Final Assembly Building, following the arrival t

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Military defense market faces new challenges to acquiring SatCom platforms  

McLean VA (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 With high-throughput satellites covering 99% of the populated regions of the world, commercial satellite providers like Intelsat General are ready and willing to serve the growing bandwidth needs of the military defense market. But there's a catch. At the Global MilsatCom conference held earlier this month in London, new acquisition challenges came to light: Countries are still trying to figure

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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New Horizons Corrects Its Course in the Kuiper Belt  

Laurel MD (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 NASA's New Horizons spacecraft carried out a short, 2.5-minute engine burn on Saturday, Dec. 9 that refined its course toward 2014 MU69, the ancient Kuiper Belt object it will fly by a little more than a year from now. Setting a record for the farthest spacecraft course correction to date, the engine burn also adjusted the arrival time at MU69 to optimize flyby science. Telemetry con

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Russia says 'satellite' could have caused radioactive pollution  

Moscow (AFP) Dec 8, 2017 Russian scientists on Friday said radioactive pollution detected in Europe in September was not linked to one of the country's nuclear facilities and speculated that a satellite could be the cause. Russia's Rosatom nuclear agency in November asked scientists at the Nuclear Safety Institute to look into the origin of "extremely high" readings of radioactive ruthenium reported in some parts of

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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NASA Selects Three Companies to Develop 'FabLab' Prototypes  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 NASA is taking the next step in the development of a space-based, on-demand fabrication capability by partnering with three U.S. companies, under NASA's Next Space Technologies for Exploration Partnerships (NextSTEP) program, to create prototypes. The selected companies are: Interlog Corporation of Anaheim, California; Techshot, Inc. of Greeneville, Indiana; and Tethers Unlimited, Inc. of

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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MACHOs are dead, WIMPs are a no-show - say hello to SIMPs  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 The intensive, worldwide search for dark matter, the missing mass in the universe, has so far failed to find an abundance of dark, massive stars or scads of strange new weakly interacting particles, but a new candidate is slowly gaining followers and observational support. Called SIMPs - strongly interacting massive particles - they were proposed three years ago by University of California

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Spaceships and Politics: Sputnik Talks to Cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 11, 2017 To commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of the first ever human-made object in space - the Russian Sputnik satellite - we spoke with record breaking Russian cosmonaut Sergei Krikalev about the evolution of space exploration and the US-Russia rivalry. Sputnik: Sixty years ago Sputnik was launched and it was the start of a new era of space exploration. Sixty years on, is there an interest in Sput

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Mount Sinai researchers use breakthrough technology to understand eclipse eye damage  

New York NY (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 In a first-of-its-kind study, Mount Sinai researchers are using adaptive optics (AO) to analyze retinal eye damage from the August solar eclipse on a cellular level. The research could help doctors develop a deeper understanding of this rare condition, called solar retinopathy, which has no currently accepted treatment. Adaptive optics is a sophisticated technology that allows clinicians t

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Massive Primordial Galaxies Found in 'Halo' of Dark Matter  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 Observations of two galaxies made with the National Science Foundation-funded Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) radio telescope suggest that large galaxies formed faster than scientists had previously thought. The two galaxies, first discovered by the South Pole Telescope at NSF's Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station in Antarctica, were massive and star-filled at a time when

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Space program should focus on Mars, says editor of New Space  

New Rochelle, NY (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 The U.S. space exploration program should continue to focus on robotic sample recovery and human missions to Mars, says Scott Hubbard, Editor-in-Chief of New Space. He details the benefits and risks of this strategy in an editorial entitled "Keeping the Focus on Mars," published in New Space, a peer-reviewed journal from Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers. The article is available free on the Ne

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Nozzle Assemblies Complete for Exploration Mission-1 Solid Rocket Boosters  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket booster prime contractor Orbital ATK recently completed work at its Utah facilities on the booster nozzles for Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), the first flight of SLS and the Orion spacecraft. SLS, the world's most powerful rocket, and Orion will take humans on deep space missions, and the boosters provide most of the power to get the spacecraft off the

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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First step toward practical application of holographic memory with magnetic assist  

Toyohashi, Japan (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 In recent years, due to technology such as the Internet and 8K broadcasting, more and more information has been distributed across the world. Along this trend, there is a demand for an innovative storage method for storing large volumes of data at ultra-high recording density and at ultra-high speed. Magnetic-holographic memory meets this demand. This new technology enables more than 1 TB worth

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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NASA Airborne Science Team Surveys California Fires  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 11, 2017 A team of NASA scientists is using a high-altitude aircraft and a sophisticated imaging spectrometer built by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, to study environmental impacts caused by the devastating Southern California wildfires. NASA's ER-2, based at Armstrong Flight Research Center in Palmdale, California, flies as high as 70,000 feet (21,300 meters), almost twice as

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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CU Boulder solar instruments, experiments headed for space  

Boulder CO (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 A solar instrument package designed and built by CU Boulder to help monitor the planet's climate is now set for launch Dec. 12 aboard a a rocket from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The instrument suite is called the Total and Spectral Solar Irradiance Sensor (TSIS-1) and was designed and built by CU Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) for NASA's Goddard S

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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A model explains effects like the formation of clouds from the sea  

Seville, Spain (SPX) Dec 11, 2017 Everyday questions like what really causes clouds and rain, what gives sparkling wines their distinctive aroma and why do tyres generate so much smoke when they burn have answers that are intimately connected. The University of Seville teacher Alfonso Ganan has developed a particularly exact model to show the origin of all these phenomena from a universal microscopic mechanism that occurs

2017-12-11 00:30:34
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Butterfly emerges from quantum simulation  

Singapore (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 Quantum simulators, which are special-purpose quantum computers, will help researchers identify materials with new and useful properties. This enticing future has just taken a step forward thanks to a collaboration between Google and researchers at universities in California, Singapore and Greece. The international team used photons in Google's quantum chip to simulate the surprising and b

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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The CHEOPS scientific instrument is complete  

Paris (ESA) Dec 08, 2017 The scientific instrument at the heart of the CHEOPS mission has been fully assembled, marking an important milestone in the development of this small, fast-track exoplanet-characterising mission. The Focal Plane Module (FPM), which houses the CCD detector array and the Front-End Electronics, was secured in place on the telescope assembly at the University of Bern this month, completing th

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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NASA, University of Maryland Join Forces on Food Security  

College Park MD (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 NASA has tapped the University of Maryland to lead a new consortium focused on putting satellite data to use to enhance food security and agriculture around the world. The Earth Observations for Food Security and Agriculture Consortium (EOFSAC) will combine the expertise of more than 40 partners to advance the use of Earth observations in informing decisions that affect the global food sup

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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NASA's oldest Mars rover survives another harsh winter  

Washington (UPI) Dec 7, 2017 Opportunity, NASA's senior Mars rover, has lasted through another harsh winter on the Red Planet. Like Earth, Mars has a tilted axis. But because Mars takes longer to circle the sun, its seasons are nearly twice as long. With the sun hanging low and appearing only for a brief time each day, keeping Opportunity charged via its solar panels is a challenge. Engineers worried the rov

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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New business incubators will help space industry grow  

London, UK (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 The UK Space Agency has announced 200,000 pounds of funding for 4 new business incubators to boost the number of start-up companies in the space sector across the UK. The incubators, in Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Leicestershire and London, will provide world-class science innovation support for entrepreneurs and small businesses to help grow the UK space industry. The funding follow

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Helping hands guide robots as they learn  

Houston TX (SPX) Dec 06, 2017 Like toddlers, robots can use a little help as they learn to function in the physical world. That's the purpose of a Rice University program that gently guides robots toward the most helpful, human-like ways to collaborate on tasks. Rice engineer Marcia O'Malley and graduate student Dylan Losey have refined their method to train robots by applying gentle physical feedback to machines while

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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US has lost dominance in highly intense, ultrafast laser technology to Europe and Asia  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 The U.S. is losing ground in a second laser revolution of highly intense, ultrafast lasers that have broad applications in manufacturing, medicine, and national security, says a new report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Currently, 80 percent to 90 percent of the high-intensity laser systems are overseas, and all of the highest power research lasers currently

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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WASP-18b has smothering stratosphere without water  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 A NASA-led team has found evidence that the oversized planet WASP-18b is wrapped in a smothering stratosphere loaded with carbon monoxide and devoid of water. The findings come from a new analysis of observations made by the Hubble and Spitzer space telescopes. The formation of a stratosphere layer in a planet's atmosphere is attributed to "sunscreen"-like molecules, which absorb UV and vi

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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A New Spin to Solving Mystery of Stellar Companions  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 Taking a picture of an exoplanet - a planet in a solar system beyond our Sun - is no easy task. The light of a planet's parent star far outshines the light from the planet itself, making the planet difficult to see. While taking a picture of a small rocky planet like Earth is still not feasible, researchers have made strides by snapping images of about 20 giant planet-like bodies. These ob

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Two Super-Earths around red dwarf K2-18  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 New research using data collected by the European Southern Observatory (ESO) has revealed that a little-known exoplanet called K2-18b could well be a scaled-up version of Earth. Just as exciting, the same researchers also discovered for the first time that the planet has a neighbor. "Being able to measure the mass and density of K2-18b was tremendous, but to discover a new exoplanet

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Rocket Lab to launch rocket from New Zealand  

Washington (UPI) Dec 7, 2017 Aerospace startup company Rocket Lab have delayed plans to launch its Electron rocket until Friday. The four-hour launch window was originally supposed to open at 8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday - Friday in New Zealand, where the rocket will launch from. The new window will open at 8:30 p.m. ET on Friday - 1:30 in the afternoon on Saturday in New Zealand. Officials said the launch was

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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mu Space becomes first Thai startup to acquire satellite license  

Bangkok, Thailand (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 mu Space becomes Thailand's first space technology startup to operate a satellite service after the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission awarded a license for the company. The 15-year license covers the operation of a satellite and provision of satellite-based services until 2032. Speaking on behalf of mu Space, Chief Technical Officer Samathorn Teankingkaeo said his tea

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Galaxy Orbits in the Local Supercluster  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 A team of astronomers from Maryland, Hawaii, Israel, and France has produced the most detailed map ever of the orbits of galaxies in our extended local neighborhood, showing the past motions of almost 1,400 galaxies within 100 million light-years of the Milky Way. The team reconstructed the galaxies' motions from 13 billion years in the past to the present day. The main gravitational attra

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Millennium Space Systems marks 6 months On-Orbit operations of ALTAIR Pathfinder Spacecraft  

El Segundo CA (SPX) Dec 08, 2017 Millennium Space Systems announces the successful completion of its ALTAIR Pathfinder mission objectives last week as the spacecraft reached its six-month milestone and 4,500 hours of successful operations in low earth orbit. ALTAIR Pathfinder was released via NanoRacks commercial launch service. NanoRacks services are made available by its Space Act Agreement with NASA's U.S. National Lab

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Public-private partnership to speed up military technology development  

Washington (UPI) Dec 1, 2017 The U.S. Department of Defense, in collaboration with the National Security Technology Accelerator, launched a new Training and Readiness Accelerator, or TREX, this week at a defense industry conference. TREX was unveiled at the Interservice, Industry Training, Simulations and Education Conference in Orlando, Fla., to members of all branches of the military and leaders in the defense in

2017-12-08 07:10:22
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Massive primordial galaxies found swimming in vast ocean of dark matter  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Dec 06, 2017 Astronomers expect that the first galaxies, those that formed just a few hundred million years after the Big Bang, would share many similarities with some of the dwarf galaxies we see in the nearby universe today. These early agglomerations of a few billion stars would then become the building blocks of the larger galaxies that came to dominate the universe after the first few billion years.

2017-12-06 17:04:49
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A Black Hole Behemoth at the Edge of Cosmic Dawn  

Tucson, AZ (SPX) Dec 06, 2017 Supermassive black holes lurk at the centers of many galaxies. While some supermassive black holes - like the one at the center of our own galaxy - live quiet lives, occasionally snacking on a star or two, others feed voraciously, consuming gas and stars and growing rapidly in mass. To understand when supermassive black holes first appeared, astronomers scan the skies for actively-feeding

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