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SpaceX blasts off cargo from historic NASA launchpad  

Miami (AFP) Feb 19, 2017 SpaceX on Sunday blasted off its Falcon 9 rocket carrying the unmanned Dragon cargo ship, packed with food and supplies for the six astronauts living at the International Space Station. The white rocket soared into the cloudy, gray skies over Cape Canaveral, Florida at 9:38 am (1438 GMT). The mission was the first to take off from NASA's historic launchpad 39A, the origin of the pioneeri

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SpaceX aborts launch after 'odd' rocket engine behavior  

Miami (AFP) Feb 18, 2017 SpaceX aborted its planned Dragon cargo launch to the International Space Station just seconds before liftoff Saturday due to a "slightly odd" technical issue with the Falcon 9 rocket engine. The delay was made "out of an abundance of caution," a SpaceX spokesman said, and came a day after engineers discovered a small helium leak in the engine's second stage. "All systems go, except the

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Curtiss-Wright offers COTS Module for measuring microgravity acceleration  

Ashburn VA (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 Curtiss-Wright's Defense Solutions division has introduced the space industry's first COTS-based solution for measuring microgravity acceleration. Previously, the measurement of microgravity acceleration has required costly custom-designed electronic systems. What's more, the high cost of these solutions has encouraged the sharing of this capability by multiple users on-board the micrograv

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Next SpaceX mission will deliver slew of experiment payloads to ISS  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 NASA's first cargo resupply mission of 2017 is poised to lift off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida loaded with almost 5,500 pounds of science experiments, research equipment and supplies bound for the International Space Station and its resident astronauts. The gear is packed into a SpaceX Dragon capsule that will fly into orbit aboard the company's Falcon 9 rocket. It will take two da

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New study explains decade of glacial growth in New Zealand  

Victoria, New Zealand (UPI) Feb 15, 2017 Globally, glaciers have been on the retreat for several decades. Between 1983 and 2008, however, at least 58 New Zealand glaciers grew in size. Scientists have struggled to explain their advance, but new analysis suggest a regional climate anomaly, a period of unusually cold temperatures, encouraged their growth. "Glaciers advancing is very unusual - especially in this period wh

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Fossil discovery rewrites understanding of reproductive evolution  

Brisbane, Australia (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 A remarkable 250 million-year-old "terrible-headed lizard" fossil found in China shows an embryo inside the mother - clear evidence for live birth. Head of The University of Queensland's School of Earth and Environmental Sciences and co-author Professor Jonathan Aitchison said the fossil unexpectedly provided the first evidence for live birth in an animal group previously thought to exclus

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Students play key biomedical research role in space  

Boulder CO (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 Several students are playing significant roles in the upcoming launch of a SpaceX rocket carrying two CU Boulder payloads - one designed to help researchers better understand and perhaps outsmart dangerous infections like MRSA, another to help increase the proliferation of stem cells in space, a potential boon for biomedical therapy on Earth. Shelby Bottoms and Ben Lewis, both master's stu

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Lockheed Martin to build additional Trident II missiles  

Washington (UPI) Feb 15, 2017 Lockheed Martin received a $540 million contract modification for Trident II ballistic fleet missile production and deployed system support. The modification supports production efforts for the U.S. Navy and the British Royal Navy. The Trident II is currently equipped on the U.S. Navy's Ohio-class submarines as well as the Royal Navy's Vanguard-class submarines. The U.S. Departme

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Wide-area sensor flight-tested on small drone  

Fairfax, Va. (UPI) Feb 15, 2017 Logos Technologies' Redkite wide-area sensor has successfully performed its initial flight test aboard a small, tactical unmanned aerial system. The test, using Insitu's integrator vehicle, was conducted earlier this month in Oregon and was the first time a wide-area motion imagery, or WAMI, system had been carried in the internal payload bay of a small UAS, Logos Technologies said.

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SpaceX poised to launch cargo from historic NASA pad  

Miami (AFP) Feb 18, 2017 An unmanned SpaceX spaceship carrying food and equipment to the astronauts living at the International Space Station is poised to blast off from a historic NASA launch pad on Saturday. The launch of the Dragon cargo ship is scheduled for 10:01 am (1501 GMT) from Cape Canaveral's launchpad 39A, which was built and used for the US space agency's pioneering missions to the Moon in the 1960s and

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Thales, Bharat Dynamics ink STARStreak capability transfer deal  

London (UPI) Feb 15, 2017 Thales Group and Indian state-owned contractor Bharat Dynamics have signed off on exploring the transfer of technology for the STARStreak missile capability. A memorandum of understanding was inked by representatives from both parties in the presence of U.K. defense procurement leaders at the Aero India conference in Bengaluru. Under the agreement, Thales officials in Britain will suppo

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India Takes Russian Help to Analyze Chemical Composition of Lunar Surface  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Feb 17, 2017 ISRO has started a series of ground tests for testing the performance of sensors and actuators for soft landing of the Lander on the lunar surface. India Space Research Organization (ISRO) has selected Russian company JSC Isotope for supply of Radionuclide curium-244 (Cm-244) that enables sources to determine chemical composition of any rocks and soils. "Supplied by JSC Isotope sourc

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SwRI scientist studies geology of Ceres to understand origin of organics  

Boulder CO (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 NASA's Dawn spacecraft recently detected organic-rich areas on Ceres. Scientists evaluated the geology of the regions to conclude that the organics are most likely native to the dwarf planet. Data from the spacecraft suggest that the interior of Ceres is the source of these organic materials, as opposed to arriving via impacting asteroids or comets, according to a paper published in the Feb. 17,

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Art and space enter a new dimension  

Paris (ESA) Feb 17, 2017 ESA's involvement in the world of art is entering a new dimension, thanks to the cooperation with the Italian artist Michelangelo Pistoletto, with the idea of making space activities as inclusive as possible for more of the public on Earth. Michelangelo Pistoletto is acknowledged as one of the founding fathers of the Italian Arte Povera contemporary art movement and is widely regarded as o

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Arecibo Observatory captures revealing images of Comet   

Columbia, MD (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 Though not visible to the naked eye or even with binoculars, the green-tailed Comet 45P/Honda-Mrkos-Pajdusakova (HMP) did not escape the gaze of the world-renowned Arecibo Observatory. Scientists from the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory (LPL) and the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) at Arecibo Observatory have been studying the comet with radar to better unde

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Looking for the next leap in rechargeable batteries  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 USC researchers may have just found a solution for one of the biggest stumbling blocks to the next wave of rechargeable batteries - small enough for cellphones and powerful enough for cars. In a paper published in the January issue of the Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Sri Narayan and Derek Moy of the USC Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute outline how they developed an alteration to t

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Iridium Announces Target Date for Second Launch of Iridium NEXT  

McLean, VA (SPX) Feb 17, 2017 Iridium Communications has announced it has received a targeted launch date of mid-June for the second mission of ten Iridium NEXT satellites. Originally anticipated for mid-April of 2017, the date has shifted due to a backlog in SpaceX's launch manifest as a result of last year's September 1st anomaly. This second launch will deliver another ten Iridium NEXT satellites to low-Earth-orbit

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Will androids dream of quantum sheep?  

Singapore (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The word 'replicant' evokes thoughts of a sci-fi world where society has replaced common creatures with artificial machines that replicate their behaviour. Now researchers from Singapore have shown that if such machines are ever created, they'll run more efficiently if they harness quantum theory to respond to the environment. This follows the findings of a team from the Centre for Quantum

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Exoplanetary moons formed by giant impacts could be detected by Kepler  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 NASA's Kepler observatory should be able to detect planetary moons - yet to be discovered - formed by far-away planetary collisions outside our solar system, research by Amy Barr of the Planetary Science Institute shows. The Kepler spacecraft has discovered thousands of exoplanets, but has not yet detected definitive signs of moons - exomoons - orbiting them. A pair of papers authored by B

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New dark matter detector in a race to finish line  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The race is on to build the most sensitive U.S.-based experiment designed to directly detect dark matter particles. Department of Energy officials have formally approved a key construction milestone that will propel the project toward its April 2020 goal for completion. The LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment, which will be built nearly a mile underground at the Sanford Underground Research Facilit

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Increasing the sensitivity of next-generation gravitational wave detectors  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Nearly one year ago the LIGO Collaboration announced the detection of gravitational waves, once again confirming Einstein's theory of General Relativity. This important discovery by the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (aLIGO) has spurred great interest in improving these advanced optical detectors. The mission of gravitational wave scientists worldwide is to ma

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No close partner for young, massive stars in Omega Nebula  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Astronomers from Leuven and Amsterdam have discovered that massive stars in the star forming region M17 (the Omega Nebula) are - against expectations - not part of a close binary. They have started their lives alone or with a distant partner star. The researchers base their findings on data from the X-shooter spectrograph on ESO's Very Large Telescope in northern Chile. The Omega Nebula is

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A new technique for creation of entangled photon states developed  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Members of the Faculty of Physics, the Lomonosov Moscow State University have elaborated a new technique for creation of entangled photon states, exhibiting photon pairs, which get correlated (interrelated) with each other. Scientists have described their research in an article, published in the journal Physical Review Letters. Physicists from the Lomonosov Moscow State University have stu

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Scientists make huge dataset of nearby stars available to public  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The search for planets beyond our solar system is about to gain some new recruits. Today, a team that includes MIT and is led by the Carnegie Institution for Science has released the largest collection of observations made with a technique called radial velocity, to be used for hunting exoplanets. The huge dataset, taken over two decades by the W.M. Keck Observatory in Hawaii, is now available t

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U.S. Marines test 'Instant Eye' mini drone  

Washington (UPI) Feb 14, 2017 Marines in Camp Lejune, N.C., recently completed training using the Instant Eye, a new hand-held unmanned aircraft designed to support reconnaissance missions. The Instant Eye is made by PSI Tactical, and is capable of taking off and landing at 90-degree angles. Many other unmanned aerial vehicles require either a runway or throwing for launch. According to the U.S. Marine Corps, the de

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Most stretchable elastomer for 3-D printing  

Singapore (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Due to its excellent material properties of elasticity, resilience, and electrical and thermal insulation, elastomers have been used in a myriad of applications. They are especially ideal for fabricating soft robots, flexible electronics and smart biomedical devices which require soft and deformable material properties to establish safe and smooth interactions with humans externally and internal

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Spitzer hears stellar heartbeat from planetary companion  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 15, 2017 A planet and a star are having a tumultuous romance that can be detected from 370 light-years away. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has detected unusual pulsations in the outer shell of a star called HAT-P-2. Scientists' best guess is that a closely orbiting planet, called HAT-P-2b, causes these vibrations each time it gets close to the star in its orbit. "Just in time for Valentine's Day,

2017-02-16 10:43:22
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Next-Gen batteries could provide power to microsatellites, cubesats  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Sometimes good things come in very small packages. Just ask Dr. Luke Roberson, senior principal investigator for Flight Research within the Exploration Research and Technology Directorate at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Dr. Roberson is collaborating on research of a new solid-state battery prototype with Dr. Ryan Karkkainen, a composite material expert at the University of Miami

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The heart of a far-off star beats for its planet  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 For the first time, astronomers from MIT and elsewhere have observed a star pulsing in response to its orbiting planet. The star, which goes by the name HAT-P-2, is about 400 light years from Earth and is circled by a gas giant measuring eight times the mass of Jupiter - one of the most massive exoplanets known today. The planet, named HAT-P-2b, tracks its star in a highly eccentric orbit, flyin

2017-02-16 07:08:45
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NASA and MIT collaborate to develop space-based quantum-dot spectrometer  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 A NASA technologist has teamed with the inventor of a new nanotechnology that could transform the way space scientists build spectrometers, the all-important device used by virtually all scientific disciplines to measure the properties of light emanating from astronomical objects, including Earth itself. Mahmooda Sultana, a research engineer at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbe

2017-02-16 06:21:34
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After 15 years, SABER on TIMED Still Breaks Ground from Space  

Hampton VA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 About 21 years ago, team members started building and testing the Sounding of the Atmosphere using Broadband Emission Radiometry, or SABER instrument. Back then, they dreamed of how great two years of data from an unexplored region of the upper atmosphere would be. Now, 15 years later, SABER aboard the Thermosphere, Ionosphere, Mesosphere, Energetics and Dynamics, or TIMED, spacecraft has

2017-02-16 06:16:54
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Gilat to develop new electronically steerable antenna for Airbus  

Petah Tikva, Israel (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Gilat Satellite Networks has announced a joint development project with Airbus for an ESA IFC antenna funded by CS2JU, as part of the European Commission's Horizon 2020 program. The fully embedded airborne antenna technology will be demonstrated inflight on an Airbus Technology Demonstrator based on the C295 aircraft to support the Clean Sky 2 (CS2) objective for more efficient and greener

2017-02-16 06:15:49
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Astronomers propose a cell phone search for galactic fast radio bursts  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are brief spurts of radio emission, lasting just one-thousandth of a second, whose origins are mysterious. Fewer than two dozen have been identified in the past decade using giant radio telescopes such as the 1,000-foot dish in Arecibo, Puerto Rico. Of those, only one has been pinpointed to originate from a galaxy about 3 billion light-years away. The other known F

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US warns Russia amid reports of new cruise missile  

Washington (AFP) Feb 14, 2017 The United States warned Russia to respect its arms control treaty obligations on Tuesday amid reports that Moscow has deployed a new cruise missile that may breach them. According to the New York Times, Moscow has secretly deployed an operational ground-launched cruise missile unit of a type that contravenes a 1987 US-Russia arms control treaty. The US State Department would not directl

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Lasers could give space research its broadband moment  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 15, 2017 Thought your Internet speeds were slow? Try being a space scientist for a day. The vast distances involved will throttle data rates to a trickle. You're lucky if a spacecraft can send more than a few megabits per second (Mbps) - a pittance even by dial-up standards. But we might be on the cusp of a change. Just as going from dial-up to broadband revolutionized the Internet and made high-re

2017-02-16 05:42:46
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UMD physicist improves method for designing fusion experiments  

College Park MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 "Measure twice, cut once" is an old carpenter's proverb - a reminder that careful planning can save time and materials in the long run. The concept also applies to the design of stellarators, which are complex nuclear fusion experiments meant to explore fusion's potential as an energy source. Stellarators work by confining a ring of blazing-hot plasma inside a precisely shaped magnetic fie

2017-02-16 04:19:02
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Russia's first private space tourism craft flight test set for 2020  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 15, 2017 First flight tests of Russia's reusable suborbital space tourism craft are slated for 2020, the head of the company that is spearheading the effort told Sputnik. Pavel Pushkin, director of CosmoCourse company, said the spacecraft's production is funded by a private investor. It is expected to be launched from a Russian cosmodrome and conduct space tours at an altitude of 100 kilomete

2017-02-16 04:17:53
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Chinese cargo spacecraft set for liftoff in April  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 15, 2017 In April, China will launch a cargo spacecraft into orbit as part of a schedule to develop an international space station as soon as 2020. A Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft could be headed into space "as early as mid-April" atop a Long March-7 Y2 rocket, representing a major milestone for China's space program, according to People's Daily, an English-language Chinese news outlet. One won

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Scientists say Mars valley was flooded with water not long ago  

Dublin, Ireland (UPI) Feb 15, 2017 Researchers have discovered the signature of periodic groundwater flooding in a Martian valley - further evidence that water flowed on Mars in the not-so-distant past. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin suggest the patch of land on the Red Planet would be an ideal spot to search for signs of life. "On Earth, desert dunefields are periodically flooded by water in areas of fl

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AFCENT Airmen fight from ultimate high ground  

Al Udeid Air Bas, Qatar (AFNS) Feb 15, 2017 As adversaries and challenges evolve in dynamic battlefields across the globe, U.S. service members from U.S. Air Forces Central Command are using cutting-edge technology to support and defend joint and coalition warfighters. Before combatants meet on the battlefield, a war occurs in a domain where Airmen from space-centric career fields bring a global network of assets and experts togethe

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Subsea mining moves closer to shore  

Kiel, Germany (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 The demand for raw materials is rising continuously, forcing mining companies to use lower-grade ores and to explore at greater depths. This could lead to a decline in production in the coming decades. Many industrialized economies also depend on imports of metals for their high-tech industries. Some of these metals occur in ore deposits that are found only in a few countries. In order to

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Russian scientists find 13kg of meteorites in Iranian Desert  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 14, 2017 A team of Russian geologists from Ural Federal University recently returned from an expedition in the Lut desert in the east of Iran. The team found 13 kilograms of meteorite-like material. Sputnik Persian spoke with Viktor Grokhovsky a member of the Committee on Meteorites at the Academy of Sciences. "We planned to send an expedition to the Iranian desert Lut, intending to find a concentration

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Stanford scientists measure African crop yields from space  

Palo Alto, Calif. (UPI) Feb 13, 2017 Researchers at Stanford University have developed a new method for accurately measuring crop yields using satellite images. Scientists hope their new strategy will help researchers track agricultural productivity in developing countries where farming data is limited. "Improving agricultural productivity is going to be one of the main ways to reduce hunger and improve livelihoods in poor

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NASA's TDRS-M space communications satellite begins final testing  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS) project has begun final testing on a new satellite that will replenish NASA's Space Network. The spacecraft is scheduled to launch from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Aug. 3, 2017, on an Atlas V rocket. The addition of TDRS-M to the fleet will provide the Space Network (SN)

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New data from NOAA GOES-16's instrument suite  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The new Space Environment In-Situ Suite (SEISS) instrument onboard NOAA's GOES-16 is working and successfully sending data back to Earth. A plot from SEISS data showed how fluxes of charged particles increased over a few minutes around the satellite on January 19, 2017. These particles are often associated with brilliant displays of aurora borealis at northern latitudes and australis at so

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Ancient Judea jars reveal earth's magnetic field is fluctuating, not diminishing  

Tel Aviv, Israel (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Albert Einstein considered the origin of the Earth's magnetic field one of the five most important unsolved problems in physics. The weakening of the geomagnetic field, which extends from the planet's core into outer space and was first recorded 180 years ago, has raised concern by some for the welfare of the biosphere. But a new study published in PNAS from Tel Aviv University, Hebrew Uni

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Rare pulsating star 7,000 light years away is 1 of only 7 in Milky Way  

Dallas TX (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Astronomers are reporting a rare star as big - or bigger - than the Earth's sun and that is expanding and contracting in a unique pattern in three different directions. The star is one that pulsates and so is characterized by varying brightness over time. It's situated 7,000 light years away from the Earth in the constellation Pegasus, said astronomer Farley Ferrante, a member of the team that m

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Using high-resolution satellites to measure African farm yields  

Stanford CA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Stanford researchers have developed a new way to estimate crop yields from space, using high-res photos snapped by a new wave of compact satellites. The approach, detailed in the February 13 issue of the journal of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, could be used to estimate agricultural productivity and test intervention strategies in poor regions of the world where data are c

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NASA to develop oxygen recovery technologies for future deep space missions  

Hampton VA (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 NASA has selected two proposals for the development of oxygen recovery technologies that could help astronauts breathe a little easier on deep space, long-duration missions. The agency will invest as much as $2 million and 24 months for the development of each proposal into a complete and integrated system for NASA testing. "The development of advanced life support technologies will allow

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Airbus Safran Launchers: 77th consecutive successful launch for Ariane 5  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Feb 15, 2017 For its first launch of the year, Ariane 5 successfully completed its mission from the European space port of Kourou (French Guiana) for the 77th consecutive time, placing two telecommunications satellites in geostationary transfer orbit (GTO). The launch performance achieved by this Ariane 5 ECA was 10,450 kg in GTO (of which 9,569 kg was accounted for by the satellites). The launcher imp

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Italy, Russia working closely on Mars exploration, Earth monitoring satellites  

Rome (Sputnik) Feb 14, 2017 There are neither sanctions nor politics in space and cooperation there between Russia, the US and Europe is absolutely vital. In an interview with Sputnik, the head of the Italian Space Agency (ASI), Roberto Battiston, spoke about the joint projects being implemented by ASI and Russia's Roscosmos space agency. Roberto Battiston described Russian-Italian relations, including in space explo

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Atlas V to launch classified US payload March 1  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Feb 14, 2017 The launch of a top-secret US government payload atop an Atlas V rocket has been scheduled for March 1, the United Launch Alliance (ULA) announced in a press release. "NROL-79 will mark the 70th Atlas V launch and the 35th in the 401 configuration since the rocket's inaugural mission in 2002," the release stated. NROL refers to launches by the National Reconnaissance Office, a US int

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Ancient signals from the early universe  

Basel, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 For the first time, theoretical physicists from the University of Basel have calculated the signal of specific gravitational wave sources that emerged fractions of a second after the Big Bang. The source of the signal is a long-lost cosmological phenomenon called "oscillon". The journal Physical Review Letters has published the results. Although Albert Einstein had already predicted the ex

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NASA to launch Raven to develop autonomous rendezvous capability  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Launching soon, aboard the 10th SpaceX commercial resupply mission, will be a technology module called Raven, which will bring NASA one step closer to having a relative navigation capability. When affixed outside the International Space Station, Raven will test foundational technologies that will enable autonomous rendezvous in space, meaning they will not necessitate any human involvement - eve

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NASA's OSIRIS-REx takes its first image of Jupiter  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 This magnified, cropped image showing Jupiter and three of its moons was taken by NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft's MapCam instrument during optical navigation testing for the mission's Earth-Trojan Asteroid Search. The image shows Jupiter in the center, the moon Callisto to the left and the moons Io and Europa to the right. Ganymede, Jupiter's fourth moon, is also present in the image, but i

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ISRO Creates World Record, PSLV Takes Off With 104 Satellites  

Sriharikota (AFP) Feb 15, 2017 India successfully put a record 104 satellites from a single rocket into orbit on Wednesday in the latest triumph for its famously frugal space agency. Scientists gathered for the launch in the southern spaceport of Sriharikota burst into applause as the head of India's Space Research Organisation (ISRO) announced all the satellites had been ejected. "My hearty congratulations to the ISRO team for this success," ISRO director Kiran Kumar told scientists

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N. Korea fires ballistic missile in challenge to Trump: Seoul  

Seoul (AFP) Feb 12, 2017 North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Sunday in an apparent provocation to test the response from new US President Donald Trump, the South Korean defence ministry said. The missile, launched around 7:55 am (2255 GMT Saturday) from Banghyon air base in the western province of North Pyongan Province, flew east towards the Sea of Japan (East Sea), it said. It flew about 500 kilometres (3

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ISISpace gets 101 CubeSats launched during recordbreaking PSLV launch  

Delft, The Netherlands (SPX) Feb 15, 2017 Early this morning, a launch vehicle of the Indian Space Research Organisation ISRO has launched a total of 104 satellites into space. The PSLV-C37 launch carried the CartoSat-2 earth observation satellite as its main payload next to a large number of small satellites. The Dutch nanosatellite company ISIS - Innovative Solutions In Space (ISISpace) was responsible for manifesting a total of 101 s

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A New Space Paradigm  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 The space community has reached a fork in the road to future space exploitation. One fork leaves us with a "business as usual" scenario. This option leads to the maintenance of current plans, programs, space operations and missions. However, thanks to the piecemeal evolution of technologies, programs, policies and personalities over the last few decades, the overall complexity of the U.S.

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Government announces boost for UK commercial space sector  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Grants worth 10 million pounds are being made available to help develop commercial launch capability for spaceflight, Science Minister Jo Johnson announced this week. The funding comes as the government announced the timeline for new legislation which will facilitate and regulate commercial spaceflight. The government's ambitions for the UK to hold a greater share of the commercial spacefl

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U.S. Air Force test-launches Minuteman III missile  

Washington (UPI) Feb 10, 2017 U.S. Air Force personnel from bases in Minot, N.D., and Vandenberg, Calif., completed a test launch with an unarmed Minuteman III missile. The Minuteman is an intercontinental ballistic missile, or ICBM, capable of carrying nuclear warheads. U.S. Air Force officials say the operational launch was conducted to verify the missile's capability as a nuclear deterrent. Prior to the la

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Turkey developing long-range ballistic missile  

Ankara, Turkey (UPI) Feb 9, 2017 Turkey is constructing its first long-range surface-to-surface ballistic missile system, the country's government disclosed. The missile system, known as Bora, is being developed by Turkish weapons manufacturer Roketsan to meet the "long rage-range surface-to-surface missile requirement" for the country's ground forces, IHS Janes reported quoting Turkey's Undersecretariat for Defense In

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Orbit Logic Software to be used for BridgeSat Laser Comm Scheduling  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 08, 2017 Orbit Logic has announced that BridgeSat has awarded Orbit Logic a contract to provide software for its optical ground telescope network to plan laser communication contacts with satellites using its laser downlink services. Orbit Logic will use its STK Scheduler software product as the core scheduling engine for the BridgeSat Mission Planning System solution, coupled with a web applicatio

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NASA studies growing Louisiana deltas  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 10, 2017 The Louisiana coastline is sinking under the Gulf of Mexico at the rate of about one football field of land every hour (about 18 square miles of land lost in a year). But within this sinking region, two river deltas are growing. The Atchafalaya River and its diversion channel, Wax Lake Outlet, are gaining about one football field of new land every 11 and 8 hours, respectively (1.5 and 2 square m

2017-02-13 22:06:40
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Australia and Lockheed field 2nd-Gen sat-based augmentation system  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals are critical tools for industries requiring exact precision and high confidence. Now, Geoscience Australia, an agency of the Commonwealth of Australia, and Lockheed Martin have entered into a collaborative research project to show how augmenting signals from multiple GNSS constellations can enhance positioning, navigation, and timing for a range

2017-02-13 20:09:15
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Scientists shortlist three landing sites for Mars 2020  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 14, 2017 Participants in a landing site workshop for NASA's upcoming Mars 2020 mission have recommended three locations on the Red Planet for further evaluation. The three potential landing sites for NASA's next Mars rover include Northeast Syrtis (a very ancient portion of Mars' surface), Jezero crater, (once home to an ancient Martian lake), and Columbia Hills (potentially home to an ancient hot

2017-02-13 19:20:11
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Astronomy team finds more than 100 exoplanet candidates  

Santa Cruz CA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 An international team of astronomers has released the largest ever compilation of exoplanet-detecting observations made using a technique called the radial velocity method. By making the data public, the team is offering unprecedented access to one of the best exoplanet searches in the world. The data were gathered as part of a two-decade planet-hunting program using a spectrometer called

2017-02-13 13:32:58
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Possibility of Silicon-Based Life Grows  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Science fiction has long imagined alien worlds inhabited by silicon-based life, such as the rock-eating Horta from the original Star Trek series. Now, scientists have for the first time shown that nature can evolve to incorporate silicon into carbon-based molecules, the building blocks of life on Earth. As for the implications these findings might have for alien chemistry on distant worlds

2017-02-13 12:37:38
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Why it's time for Australia to launch its own space agency  

Melbourne, Australia (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Any nation that hopes to have a space program needs to be able to keep an eye on its orbiting assets at all times. This means that Australia has become a key link in the global chain of ground-based tracking stations. The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has a deep space tracking facility at Tidbinbilla in the ACT, managed by the CSIRO, and the European Space Agency (ESA)

2017-02-13 09:29:21
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Asteroid resembles dungeons and dragons dice  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 14, 2017 Radar images of asteroid 2017 BQ6 were obtained on Feb. 6 and 7 with NASA's 70-meter (230-foot) antenna at the Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex in California. They reveal an irregular, angular-appearing asteroid about 660 feet (200 meters) in size that rotates about once every three hours. The images have resolutions as fine as 12 feet (3.75 meters) per pixel. "The radar images

2017-02-13 07:30:40
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Blue jets studied from Space Station  

Paris (ESA) Feb 10, 2017 For years, their existence has been debated: elusive electrical discharges in the upper atmosphere that sport names such as red sprites, blue jets, pixies and elves. Reported by pilots, they are difficult to study as they occur above thunderstorms. ESA astronaut Andreas Mogensen during his mission on the International Space Station in 2015 was asked to take pictures over thunderstorms with

2017-02-13 07:27:29
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Opportunity passes 44 kilometers of surface travel after 13 years  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 14, 2017 Opportunity is located on the rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is making progress towards the next major scientific objective, the gully less than a kilometer south of the current location. The rover has been driving on most planning sols. On Sol 4631 (Feb. 1, 2017), Opportunity traveled just under 85 feet (26 meters) to the southwest. The drive was followed with the collection of

2017-02-13 06:22:06
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UK may lose access to EU Galileo GPS system after Brexit  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 14, 2017 The United Kingdom may be cut off the new EU global positioning system (GPS) Galileo, which has been developed with active participation of British companies, and will have to hold separate negotiations to obtain access to the system after London leaves the European Union, media reported. "There is technology there reserved for member states to use for public services, and the UK could be

2017-02-13 06:17:37
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Quest to settle riddle over Einstein's theory may soon be over  

Edinburgh, UK (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Astronomy experiments could soon test an idea developed by Albert Einstein almost exactly a century ago, scientists say. Tests using advanced technology could resolve a longstanding puzzle over what is driving the accelerated expansion of the Universe. Researchers have long sought to determine how the Universe's accelerated expansion is being driven. Calculations in a new study could help

2017-02-13 06:05:41
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HSE experts investigate how order emerges from chaos  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Igor Kolokolov and Vladimir Lebedev, scientific experts from HSE's Faculty of Physics and the Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics of Russian Academy of Sciences, have developed an analytical theory, which binds the structure of coherent vortices formed due to inverse cascades in 2-D turbulence with the statistical properties of hydrodynamic fluctuations. Uncovering this link can be us

2017-02-13 05:59:18
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NASA Gives the Webb Telescope a Shakedown  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 Scientists and engineers had many challenges in designing the components of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope and then had to custom design and build ways to test it. Because of the sheer size and scale of the assembled Webb telescope, some of the equipment typically used to test spacecraft simply doesn't measure up. One of those is a "shaker table" that is used to shake satellites to ensu

2017-02-13 01:46:42
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NASA's OSIRIS-REx Begins Earth-Trojan Asteroid Search  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 14, 2017 A NASA spacecraft begins its search Thursday for an enigmatic class of near-Earth objects known as Earth-Trojan asteroids. OSIRIS-REx, currently on a two-year outbound journey to the asteroid Bennu, will spend almost two weeks searching for evidence of these small bodies. Trojan asteroids are trapped in stable gravity wells, called Lagrange points, which precede or follow a planet. OSIRIS-

2017-02-13 01:38:06
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Dwarf star 200 light years away contains life's building blocks  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Many scientists believe the Earth was dry when it first formed, and that the building blocks for life on our planet - carbon, nitrogen and water - appeared only later as a result of collisions with other objects in our solar system that had those elements. On Thursday, a UCLA-led team of scientists reports that it has discovered the existence of a white dwarf star whose atmosphere is rich

2017-02-12 04:42:08
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Measuring time without a clock  

Lausanne, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 EPFL scientists have been able to measure the ultrashort time delay in electron photoemission without using a clock. The discovery has important implications for fundamental research and cutting-edge technology. When light shines on certain materials, it causes them to emit electrons. This is called "photoemission" and it was discovered by Albert Einstein in 1905, winning him the Nobel Prize.

2017-02-11 22:17:36
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Big data for the universe  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Astronomers at Lomonosov Moscow State University in cooperation with their French colleagues and with the help of citizen scientists have released "The Reference Catalog of galaxy SEDs" (RCSED), which contains value-added information about 800,000 galaxies. The catalog is accessible on the web and its description has been published in the Astrophysical Journal Supplement (impact factor - 11.257)

2017-02-11 21:40:42
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The diversity of species on Earth is generating itself  

Tomsk, Russia (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 If competition is the main evolutionary driver, why can so many species coexist within the same ecosystem instead to have a few that dominate? This a long and central question in ecology. Many ideas have been suggested in an attempt to explain this evolutionary paradox. Most of them are based on the importance of ecological niches for the maintenance of differentiated against dominated environme

2017-02-11 21:36:23
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Pentagon's robot satellite repair system sued by aerospace company  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 10, 2017 American aerospace manufacturer Orbital ATK is leveling a lawsuit against the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), to halt a robot-satellite repair system being developed by the agency in conjunction with a non-US-owned competitor. The National Reconnaissance Office, which operates spy satellites, stands to benefit from robotic servicing of geosynchronous satellites (RSGS) te

2017-02-11 20:37:32
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How to decrease the mass of aircrafts  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Members of the Department of Chemistry of Lomonosov Moscow State University have created unique polymer matrices for polymer composites based on novel phthalonitrile monomers. The developed materials possess higher strength than metals, which helps to sufficiently decrease the mass of aircraft parts that operate at high temperatures. Scientists have published the project results in the Journal o

2017-02-11 19:30:02
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Mysterious white dwarf pulsar discovered  

Warwick, UK (SPX) Feb 08, 2017 An exotic binary star system 380 light-years away has been identified as an elusive white dwarf pulsar - the first of its kind ever to be discovered in the universe - thanks to research by the University of Warwick. Professors Tom Marsh and Boris Gansicke of the University of Warwick's Astrophysics Group, with Dr David Buckley from the South African Astronomical Observatory, have identifie

2017-02-11 18:43:16
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NASA team looks to ancient earth first to study hazy exoplanets  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 For astronomers trying to understand which distant planets might have habitable conditions, the role of atmospheric haze has been hazy. To help sort it out, a team of researchers has been looking to Earth - specifically Earth during the Archean era, an epic 1-1/2-billion-year period early in our planet's history. Earth's atmosphere seems to have been quite different then, probably with lit

2017-02-11 14:57:56
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DARPA Selects SSL as Commercial Partner for Revolutionary Goal of Servicing Satellites in GEO  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 In an important step toward a new era of advanced, cost-effective robotic capabilities in space, DARPA has announced that it has selected Space Systems Loral (SSL), based in Palo Alto, CA, as its commercial partner for the Agency's Robotic Servicing of Geosynchronous Satellites (RSGS) program. DARPA and SSL seek to develop technologies that would enable cooperative inspection and servicing

2017-02-11 11:44:15
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Protostar displays a strange geometry  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 One of the big puzzles in astrophysics is how stars like the sun manage to form from collapsing molecular clouds in star-forming regions of the universe. The puzzle is known technically as the angular momentum problem in stellar formation. The problem essentially is that the gas in the star-forming cloud have some rotation, which gives each element of the gas an amount of angular momentum.

2017-02-11 11:17:59
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Dwarf star 200 million light years away contains life's building blocks  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Many scientists believe the Earth was dry when it first formed, and that the building blocks for life on our planet - carbon, nitrogen and water - appeared only later as a result of collisions with other objects in our solar system that had those elements. On Thursday, a UCLA-led team of scientists reports that it has discovered the existence of a white dwarf star whose atmosphere is rich

2017-02-11 05:54:55
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NASA spacecraft prepares to fly to new heights  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 On Feb. 9, 2017, NASA's Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, known as MMS, began a three-month long journey into a new orbit. MMS flies in a highly elliptical orbit around Earth and the new orbit will take MMS twice as far out as it has previously flown. In the new orbit, which begins the second phase of its mission, MMS will continue to map out the fundamental characteristics of space aroun

2017-02-11 05:12:21
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Hubble witnesses massive comet-like object pollute atmosphere of a white dwarf  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 For the first time, scientists using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have witnessed a massive object with the makeup of a comet being ripped apart and scattered in the atmosphere of a white dwarf, the burned-out remains of a compact star. The object has a chemical composition similar to Halley's Comet, but it is 100,000 times more massive and has a much higher amount of water. It is also rich in t

2017-02-11 05:08:03
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Astronomers Find Faintest Early Galaxies Yet, Probe How the Early Universe Lit Up  

Austin TX (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Astronomers at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a new technique to discover the faintest galaxies yet seen in the early universe -10 times fainter than any previously seen. These galaxies will help astronomers probe a little-understood, but important period in cosmic history. Their new technique helps probe the time a billion years after the Big Bang, when the early, dark univers

2017-02-11 03:37:43
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A bridge of stars connects 2 dwarf galaxies  

Cambridge, UK (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 The Magellanic Clouds, the two largest satellite galaxies of the Milky Way, appear to be connected by a bridge stretching across 43,000 light years, according to an international team of astronomers led by researchers from the University of Cambridge. The discovery is reported in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS) and is based on the Galactic stellar census bei

2017-02-11 02:08:28
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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket vertical at Florida's Kennedy Space Center  

Cape Canaveral, Fla. (UPI) Feb 11, 2017 Private space travel company SpaceX lifted it's Falcon 9 rocket at Florida's Kennedy Space Center to undergo testing in preparation for a potential launch. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, shared a photo of the rocket in its upright position at the launchpad in Cape Canaveral where the first manned mission to the moon was launched. "Falcon 9 rocket now vertical at Cape Canaveral on launch c

2017-02-11 01:19:34
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New evidence in favor of dark matter  

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 Why do the majority of astronomers believe in dark matter: matter whose composition is unknown but which seems to make up 80% of the mass of the galaxies? The concept was invented in the 1930's by Fritz Zwicky who used it to explain why the galaxies in the Coma cluster are moving much more quickly than can be explained in terms of their known masses. The most decisive step was taken in the

2017-02-10 01:58:31
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Russian Space Agency Develops Program to Improve Carrier Rocket Assembly Quality  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 07, 2017 Russia's Roscosmos has developed a special program to improve the Soyuz carrier rockets' quality amid an accident with the Progress cargo spacecraft two months ago. Russia's state space agency Roscosmos chief said Friday the agency has developed a special program to improve the assembly quality of Soyuz carrier rockets in wake of an accident with the Progress cargo spacecraft two months ago.

2017-02-10 01:58:28
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Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter plays crucial role in search for landing sites  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 10, 2017 At an international workshop this week about where NASA's next Mars rover should land, most of the information comes from a prolific spacecraft that's been orbiting Mars since 2006. Observations by NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) provide the basis for evaluating eight candidate landing sites for the Mars 2020 rover mission. The landing site workshop this week in Monrovia, Californ

2017-02-10 01:57:28
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NASA finds planets of red dwarf stars may face oxygen loss in habitable zones  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 The search for life beyond Earth starts in habitable zones, the regions around stars where conditions could potentially allow liquid water - which is essential for life as we know it - to pool on a planet's surface. New NASA research suggests some of these zones might not actually be able to support life due to frequent stellar eruptions - which spew huge amounts of stellar material and radiatio

2017-02-10 01:47:12
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Stars align in test supporting 'spooky action at a distance'  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 08, 2017 Quantum entanglement may appear to be closer to science fiction than anything in our physical reality. But according to the laws of quantum mechanics - a branch of physics that describes the world at the scale of atoms and subatomic particles - quantum entanglement, which Einstein once skeptically viewed as "spooky action at a distance," is, in fact, real. Imagine two specks of dust at opp

2017-02-10 01:46:44
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Looking to the future: Russia, US mull post-ISS cooperation in space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 10, 2017 NASA may have to book seats for American astronauts on Russian Soyuz spaceships in 2018. Radio Sputnik discussed the issue with John Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and International Affairs at George Washington University. "The relationship between NASA and the former Soviet Union goes back a long way with the highlight being the 1975 Apollo-Soyuz project. But with Russia

2017-02-10 01:32:30
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A middleweight black hole is hiding at the center of a giant star cluster  

Boston MA (SPX) Feb 10, 2017 All known black holes fall into two categories: small, stellar-mass black holes weighing a few Suns, and supermassive black holes weighing millions or billions of Suns. Astronomers expect that intermediate-mass black holes weighing 100 - 10,000 Suns also exist, but so far no conclusive proof of such middleweights has been found. Today, astronomers are announcing new evidence that an intermediate

2017-02-10 01:27:29
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