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With supercomputing power, scientists solve a next-generation physics problem  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 Using the Titan supercomputer at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF), a team of researchers has calculated a fundamental property of protons and neutrons, known as the nucleon axial coupling, with groundbreaking precision. Led by Andre Walker-Loud of the US Department of Energy's (DOE's) Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the project also used computing resources at DOE'

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2018-06-22 09:10:49



Russia warns against Trump's 'alarming' plans for US space domination  

Moscow (AFP) June 20, 2018 Russia on Wednesday expressed alarm over US President Donald Trump's call for the United States to dominate space exploration and his plan to create a separate branch of the military called a Space Force. Russian foreign ministry Maria Zakharova said at a briefing that Russia "noted the US president's instructions... to separate space forces from the air force," saying "the most alarming thi

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2018-06-22 08:46:54



Hunting molecules to find new planets  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 Each exoplanet revolves around a star, like the Earth around the Sun. This is why it is generally impossible to obtain images of an exoplanet, so dazzling is the light of its star. However, a team of astronomers, led by a researcher from the University of Geneva (UNIGE) and member of NCCR PlanetS, had the idea of detecting certain molecules that are present in the planet's atmosphere in order to

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2018-06-22 08:43:42



Japan halts missile drills after Trump-Kim summit: reports  

Tokyo (AFP) June 21, 2018 Japan has halted evacuation drills simulating a North Korean missile attack in the wake of historic talks between Washington and Pyongyang, local media reported Thursday. Government officials did not immediately confirm the reports, but authorities in one town told AFP they were suspending a drill planned for next week on orders from Tokyo. The decision comes after US President Donald Tr

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2018-06-22 08:15:28



Deep space navigation: tool tested as emergency navigation device  

Houston TX (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 A tool that has helped guide sailors across oceans for centuries is now being tested aboard the International Space Station as a potential emergency navigation tool for guiding future spacecraft across the cosmos. The Sextant Navigation investigation tests use of a hand-held sextant aboard the space station. Sextants have a small telescope-like optical sight to take precise angle measureme

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2018-06-22 08:15:16



Researchers Find Last of the Universe's Missing Ordinary Matter  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jun 21, 2018 Researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder have helped to find the last reservoir of ordinary matter hiding in the universe. Ordinary matter, or "baryons," make up all physical objects in existence, from stars to the cores of black holes. But until now, astrophysicists had only been able to locate about two-thirds of the matter that theorists predict was created by the Big Bang.

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2018-06-22 07:52:47



Kiel physicists achieve hitherto most accurate description of highly excited electrons  

Kiel, Germany (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 It is the "drosophila" of modern physics: the uniform electron gas. Just as the fruit fly is used to describe the principles of genetics this model of a gas can be used to investigate important characteristics of electrons. This model also known as jellium describes the properties of electrons in metals, in molecules and in clusters of atoms. Further, electrons determine the behavior of st

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2018-06-22 07:39:43



Chip upgrade helps miniature drones navigate  

Boston MA (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Researchers at MIT, who last year designed a tiny computer chip tailored to help honeybee-sized drones navigate, have now shrunk their chip design even further, in both size and power consumption. The team, co-led by Vivienne Sze, associate professor in MIT's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), and Sertac Karaman, the Class of 1948 Career Development Associate

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2018-06-22 07:27:32



Discovery for grouping atoms invokes Pasteur  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 Scientists have found a new way of joining groups of atoms together into shape-changing molecules - opening up the possibility of a new area of chemistry and the development of countless new drugs, microelectronics and materials with novel characteristics. Discoveries of new ways to make isomers - molecules made of the same atoms connected together differently - were last reported in 1961

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2018-06-22 06:21:19



Study develops a model enhancing particle beam efficiency  

Sao Paulo, Brazil (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 The use of particle accelerators is not confined to basic research in high-energy physics. Large-scale accelerators and gigantic devices, such as the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), are used for this purpose, but relatively small accelerators are used in medicine (diagnostic imaging, cancer treatment), industry (food sterilization, cargo scanning, electronic engineering), and various types of inves

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2018-06-22 05:50:59



NASA, NSF plunge into ocean twilight zone to explore ecosystem carbon flow  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 A large multidisciplinary team of scientists, equipped with advanced underwater robotics and an array of analytical instrumentation, will set sail for the northeastern Pacific Ocean this August. The team's mission for NASA and the National Science Foundation (NSF) is to study the life and death of the small organisms that play a critical role in removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere

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2018-06-22 03:18:53



New and improved way to find baby planets  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 New work from an international team of astronomers including Carnegie's Jaehan Bae used archival radio telescope data to develop a new method for finding very young extrasolar planets. Their technique successfully confirmed the existence of two previously predicted Jupiter-mass planets around the star HD 163296. Their work is published by The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Of the thousands

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2018-06-22 02:43:10



ASRC Federal subsidiary awarded $1B NASA contract for advanced computing services  

Beltsville MD (SPX) Jun 22, 2018 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has awarded ASRC Federal subsidiary InuTeq LLC the NASA Advanced Computing Services (NACS) contract. The single award, hybrid contract has a one-year base, followed by nine one-year options with a total potential value of approximately $1.2 billion. As part of the contract, the company will provide a wide-range of high performance co

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2018-06-22 02:24:40



NASA, federal agencies aim to be better prepared for near-Earth objects  

Washington (UPI) Jun 20, 2018 The federal government wants to be better prepared for a possible asteroid impact. A new interagency report offers plans for improving the government's ability to detect, predict, plan for and respond to a near-Earth object impact. "The National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan" outlines opportunities for improvements to NASA's NEO detection, tracking, and

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2018-06-21 11:53:46



ALMA discovers trio of infant planets around newborn star  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Two independent teams of astronomers have used ALMA to uncover convincing evidence that three young planets are in orbit around the infant star HD 163296. Using a novel planet-finding technique, the astronomers identified three disturbances in the gas-filled disc around the young star: the strongest evidence yet that newly formed planets are in orbit there. These are considered the first planets

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2018-06-21 10:25:44



The first experimental discovery in the world of the propagation of plasma turbulence  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 In seeking to achieve fusion energy, research on magnetic field confinement of high-temperature plasma is being conducted around the world. In a high-temperature plasma there is a temperature gradient. When the temperature gradient becomes steep, turbulence is generated. Because the high-temperature regions and the low temperature areas are mixed due to the turbulence, the core temperature

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2018-06-21 07:29:52



Study reveals simple chemical process that may have led to the origin of life on Earth  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Research led by Kuhan Chandru and Jim Cleaves from the Earth-Life Science Institute at Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, has shown that reactions of alpha-hydroxy acids, similar to the alpha-amino acids that make up modern proteins, form large polymers easily under conditions presumed prevalent on early Earth. These alpha-hydroxy acid polymers may have aided in the formation of living system

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2018-06-21 05:52:10



Gaia confirms extra-tidal stars around globular cluster  

Lacey WA (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Andrea Kunder, Ph.D., assistant professor of physics, Stephen Parker, Ph.D., associate professor of physics, Gordon Bellevue, physics instructor, and Saint Martin's students Arthur Mills, Joseph Edgecomb, Mathew Thomas, Levi Schilter, and Craig Boyle collaborated on research that resulted in the publication of a paper, "Radial Velocities of RR Lyrae Stars in and Around NGC 6441, in The Astronomi

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2018-06-21 05:42:24



A milestone in securing ESA's future role in the global exploration of space  

Paris (ESA) Jun 19, 2018 Over the past 18 months, ESA and its Member States have gathered in a series of space exploration workshops culminating in a discussion in the ESA Council held in Paris on 13 June 2018. The Council discussed Europe's ambition to play a leading role in the global exploration of space based on its European Exploration Envelope Programme, (known as E3P) that was created by ESA's ministers whe

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2018-06-21 05:01:02



Five NASA innovations that could change the way we live and explore  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Our job at NASA Glenn is to advance technologies that have the potential to change the way we explore space and also change our lives on Earth. Teams of scientists have partnered with industry to produce these five recent innovations. b>Detecting Smoke and Fire br> /b> When detecting hazards in the air, a fast and informed response can save lives. Glenn scientists had this in mind when t

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2018-06-21 04:41:41



Trump wants to dominate space, Moon and Mars  

Washington (AFP) June 18, 2018 President Donald Trump boasted Monday of the US commercial space industry's deep wallet and enterprising spirit, and vowed US dominance in exploration of the Moon and Mars, as well as any future space race. "America will always be the first in space," Trump said during a speech at the White House. "We don't want China and Russia and other countries leading us. We've always led," he added

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2018-06-21 04:26:14



Martian Dust Storm Grows Global; Curiosity Captures Photos of Thickening Haze  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 21, 2018 A storm of tiny dust particles has engulfed much of Mars over the last two weeks and prompted NASA's Opportunity rover to suspend science operations. But across the planet, NASA's Curiosity rover, which has been studying Martian soil at Gale Crater, is expected to remain largely unaffected by the dust. While Opportunity is powered by sunlight, which is blotted out by dust at its current lo

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2018-06-21 04:21:51



Study offers best evidence yet of an intermediate-mass black hole  

Washington (UPI) Jun 18, 2018 New data discovered by astronomers at the University of New Hampshire's Space Science Center offers the best evidence yet of the existence of intermediate-mass black holes, or IMBHs. Astronomers finally caught the elusive object devouring a star that drifted too close. Researchers imaged the consumption event using three different X-ray observatories, NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory an

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2018-06-21 03:29:51



UNH researcher captures best ever evidence of rare black hole  

Durham NH (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Scientists have been able to prove the existence of small black holes and those that are super-massive but the existence of an elusive type of black hole, known as intermediate-mass black holes (IMBHs) is hotly debated. New research coming out of the Space Science Center at the University of New Hampshire shows the strongest evidence to date that this middle-of-the-road black hole exists,

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2018-06-21 02:26:43



Over 60% of commercial aircraft to be connected by 2027  

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 According to Euroconsult's newly release report, Prospects for In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity, over 23,000 commercial aircraft will offer connectivity to their passengers by 2027, up from 7,400 aircraft in 2017. "In January 2018, around 90 airlines had either installed or committed to install in-flight connectivity (IFC) solutions," said Pacome Revillon, CEO of Euroconsult. "Offe

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2018-06-20 03:58:02



Astronaut Sally Ride's legacy of encouraging young women to embrace science and engineering  

College Station TX (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 On June 18, 1983, 35 years ago, Sally Ride became the first American woman to launch into space, riding the Space Shuttle STS-7 flight with four other crew members. Only five years earlier, in 1978, she had been selected to the first class of 35 astronauts - including six women - who would fly on the Space Shuttle. Much has happened in the intervening years. During the span of three decade

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2018-06-20 03:53:37



Proof of dark matter in dwarf galaxies is refuted  

Paris, France (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Astronomers from Observatoire de Paris/PSL, Laboratory Galaxies, Etoiles, Physique et Instrumentation/GEPI (Observatoire de Paris/PSL/CNRS) have refuted the formerly well-established proof of dark matter in dwarf galaxies. They demonstrate that star motions in dwarf galaxies that were believed to be governed by in-situ dark matter are indeed due to the gravitational forces of the Milky Way. The

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2018-06-20 03:37:42



ESA celebrates Unispace+50  

Vienna, Austria (ESA) Jun 19, 2018 Next week, ESA will join the international community at UNISPACE+50 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space and highlight past and future Agency activities in support of the UN's space-related actions. UNISPACE+50 will run from 18-21 June at the Vienna International Centre, bringing together the internatio

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2018-06-20 03:33:36



Astronomers see distant eruption as black hole destroys star  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 18, 2018 For the first time, astronomers have directly imaged the formation and expansion of a fast-moving jet of material ejected when the powerful gravity of a supermassive black hole ripped apart a star that wandered too close to the massive monster. The scientists tracked the event with radio and infrared telescopes, including the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) an

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2018-06-20 03:32:48



Arianegroup tests innovative technology for next generation upper stage rocket engine  

Lampoldshausen, Germany (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 A full-scale demonstrator of the thrust chamber for an upper-stage rocket engine incorporating the newest propulsion technologies has successfully passed first hot firing tests at the DLR German Aerospace Center P3.2 test facility in Lampoldshausen. The Expander-cycle Technology Integrated Demonstrator, ETID, will help to prove innovative technologies, materials and manufacturing technique

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2018-06-20 03:23:37



Research shows short gamma-ray bursts do follow binary neutron star mergers  

Corvallis OR (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 Researchers at Oregon State University have confirmed that last fall's union of two neutron stars did in fact cause a short gamma-ray burst. The findings, published in Physical Review Letters, represent a key step forward in astrophysicists' understanding of the relationship between binary neutron star mergers, gravitational waves and short gamma-ray bursts. Commonly abbreviated as G

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2018-06-20 03:21:40



NASA awards the short wave infra-red sensor chip assembly for WFIRST  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 NASA has awarded a contract to Teledyne Scientific and Imaging, LLC, Camarillo, California, for the Short Wave Infra-Red Sensor Chip Assembly (SCA) for the Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) Project. Managed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, WFIRST is fully-funded for Fiscal Year 2018. Work will continue on the mission in this time period until approp

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2018-06-20 02:46:30



A dark and stormy Jupiter  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 This image captures the intensity of the jets and vortices in Jupiter's North North Temperate Belt. NASA's Juno spacecraft took this color-enhanced image at 10:31 p.m. PDT on May 23, 2018 (1:31 a.m. EDT on May 24), as Juno performed its 13th close flyby of Jupiter. At the time, the spacecraft was about 4,900 miles (7,900 kilometers) from the tops of the clouds of the gas giant planet at a

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2018-06-20 02:34:59



Russia to deliver US new rocket engines  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 20, 2018 The US government is slated to receive one of two batches of Russian-made rocket engines in the second quarter of 2018, according to a leading Russian rocket designer, at nearly the same point when the newly created US Space Force is being established as a new branch of the US armed forces. The engines are used for delivering heavy payloads to space aboard the Atlas V launch vehicle - whic

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2018-06-20 02:15:56



Sentinel-3 flies tandem  

Paris (ESA) Jun 20, 2018 The key to monitoring Earth's changing environment and to guaranteeing a consistent stream of satellite data to improve our daily lives is to take the same measurements over the course of decades. But how do you know that measurements from successive satellites, even though identical in build, are like for like? The answer, for the Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission, is to engage in some nifty

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2018-06-20 01:52:24



Exploring planetary plasma environments from your laptop  

Paris (ESA) Jun 19, 2018 A new database of plasma simulations, combined with observational data and powerful visualisation tools, is providing planetary scientists with an unprecedented way to explore some of the Solar System's most interesting plasma environments. This digital space exploration story starts with the Integrated Medium for Planetary Exploration (IMPEx), a collaborative project to create a common da

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2018-06-20 01:42:47



S7 space mulls restoring production of heavy rocket engines in Russia  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 20, 2018 Russia's S7 Space, part of the S7 Group, plans to build a plant in Samara to produce Soviet-designed NK-33 and NK-43 rocket engines for super heavy-lift launch vehicles and intends to purchase production capacities from the state-owned United Engine Corporation (UEC) for this purpose, S7 Space General Director Sergey Sopov said in an interview. "We would like to buy from the state the well

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2018-06-20 01:26:11



Mysterious IceCube event may be caused by a tau neutrino  

Mainz, Germany (SPX) Jun 20, 2018 It was just eight years ago that the IceCube detector, a research center located at the South Pole to detect neutrinos emanating from the cosmos, was commissioned. Three years later, it began to register the first momentous results. The detection of high-energy neutrinos by IceCube made viable completely new options for explaining how our universe works. "These neutrinos with their conside

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2018-06-20 01:09:05



Space tourism not far off, rocket maker says  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 20, 2018 The China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology is known as a prestigious developer of carrier rockets, but in the near future, it may acquire a new tag: China's first space tourism provider. Engineers at the academy in Beijing's southern outskirts are designing a new spacecraft to send anyone willing to pay $200,000 to $250,000 on a suborbital journey to get a magnificent view of the stars

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2018-06-20 01:01:21



UCI scientists find new teleconnection for early and accurate precipitation prediction  

Irvine CA (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 El Nino was long considered a reliable tool for predicting future precipitation in the southwestern United States, but its forecasting power has diminished in recent cycles, possibly due to global climate change. In a study published in Nature Communications, scientists and engineers at the University of California, Irvine demonstrate a new method for projecting wet or dry weather in the winter

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2018-06-19 12:27:29



China Working Toward Next-Gen Quantum Radar to Track Ballistic Missiles  

Beijing (Sputnik) Jun 18, 2018 The state-owned Chinese company responsible for developing high-end electronics has claimed that the next version of its quantum radar will be even more powerful than previously thought. In 2016, China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC) announced that it had tested a quantum radar with a range of around 62 miles, or 100 kilometers - roughly five times further than the range of

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2018-06-19 11:01:24



Wireless system can power devices inside the body  

Boston MA (SPX) Jun 12, 2018 MIT researchers, working with scientists from Brigham and Women's Hospital, have developed a new way to power and communicate with devices implanted deep within the human body. Such devices could be used to deliver drugs, monitor conditions inside the body, or treat disease by stimulating the brain with electricity or light. The implants are powered by radio frequency waves, which can safe

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2018-06-19 10:03:48



NASA Administrator Statement on Space Policy Directive-3  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 The following is a statement from NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Monday's signing of Space Policy Directive-3 by President Donald Trump: "NASA strongly supports the White House's continued bold direction in forging a sustainable and focused space policy that strengthens American leadership. It was my honor to represent the agency at the National Space Council, where the President an

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2018-06-19 07:56:04



Quantum transfer at the push of a button  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 Data transmission is the backbone of the modern information society, on both the large and small scale. On the internet, data are exchanged between computers all over the world, most often using fibre optic cables. Inside a computer, on the other hand, information has to be shuttled back and forth between different processors. A reliable exchange of data is also of great importance for the

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2018-06-19 03:44:59



Explosive volcanoes spawned mysterious Martian rock formation  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 Explosive volcanic eruptions that shot jets of hot ash, rock and gas skyward are the likely source of a mysterious Martian rock formation, a new study finds. The new finding could add to scientists' understanding of Mars's interior and its past potential for habitability, according to the study's authors. The Medusae Fossae Formation is a massive, unusual deposit of soft rock near Mars's e

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2018-06-19 01:27:07



Space Station Roulette  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 Space station astronauts have to be "high-risk-taking" individuals. They volunteer to fly from the Earth to the International Space Station (ISS) onboard a Russian launch vehicle that has a less-than-stellar safety record. Once on board the ISS they are exposed to high radiation levels, weightlessness and the hard vacuum of space. In fact, they are at the mercy of the elements for the duration o

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2018-06-18 19:14:21



China's Beidou system helps livestock water supply in remote pastoral areas  

Hohhot, China (XNA) Jun 19, 2018 A water supply system for livestock in remote pastoral areas has been trialled in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, local researchers confirmed Sunday. The trial of the new system, based on the Beidou Navigation Satellite System, was launched in the Kubuqi desert. "The system can provide water for livestock after receiving a short message sent by users through the Beido

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2018-06-18 17:30:08



Chinese satellite could link world to Moon's far side: space expert  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 19, 2018 A satellite with a huge golden umbrella-shaped antenna is in an orbit more than 400,000 km from Earth, waiting for Chang'e-4, which is set to be the first ever probe to land softly on the Moon's far side. The relay satellite for Chang'e-4 will establish a communication link between the Earth and the far side of the Moon, and might serve probes from other countries, contributing to internat

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2018-06-18 12:18:48



Hayabusa2 and MASCOT lander nearing Ryugu  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 Hayabusa2, JAXA's asteroid explorer, and the MASCOT lander, developed by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and the French space agency (CNES) have been travelling through space since December 2013. They are finally closing in on their destination asteroid - Ryugu. As of 14 June 2018, the distance between Hayabusa2 and Ryugu is less than 770 kilometres and the closing speed is 2.1 metres pe

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2018-06-18 04:21:11



GomSpace and Aerial Maritime Ltd enter MOU for delivery and operation of a global constellation  

Aalborg, Denmark GomSpace A/S - a subsidiary of GomSpace Group AB (the "Company") and Aerial and Maritime Ltd. ("A and M") have signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") following A and M's decision to appoint GomSpace as the supplier of a global constellation of nanosatellites and ground segment systems. Fully operational by the end of 2021 A and M is able to provide global Air Traffic Surveillance inc

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2018-06-18 03:11:33



Unique microbe could thrive on Mars, help future manned missions  

Washington (UPI) Jun 18, 2018 New research suggests certain cyanobacteria could thrive on Mars. The microbes could even be used to provide future space colonies with oxygen. "This might sound like science fiction, but space agencies and private companies around the world are actively trying to turn this aspiration into reality in the not-too-distant future," Elmars Krausz, chemistry professor at Australian National

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2018-06-18 02:34:33



Russia launches Soyuz-21b with Glonass-M navigation satellite  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 19, 2018 Russia launched a Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket from the Plesetsk space center on Sunday to orbit a Glonass-M satellite, the Russian Defense Ministry said. "On Sunday, at 00:46 Moscow time [21:46 GMT]... the Space Forces of the Aerospace Forces successfully launched a middle-class Soyuz-2.1b carrier rocket with a navigation Glonass-M spacecraft," the ministry said in a statement. Hours later t

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2018-06-18 02:07:17



Star shredded by rare breed of black hole  

Paris (ESA) Jun 19, 2018 ESA's XMM-Newton observatory has discovered the best-ever candidate for a very rare and elusive type of cosmic phenomenon: a medium-weight black hole in the process of tearing apart and feasting on a nearby star. There are various types of black hole lurking throughout the Universe: massive stars create stellar-mass black holes when they die, while galaxies host supermassive black holes at

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2018-06-18 01:21:37



Forget Galileo - UK space sector should look to young stars instead  

London, UK (SPX) Jun 19, 2018 "British security firms could be BANNED from helping EU with Galileo satellite project," the Mail Forget Galileo - UK space sector should look to young stars instead screamed. "Brexit to 'force work on Galileo sat-nav system out of UK'," said the BBC. Then Airbus offered to build a new UK system - "BREXIT REVENGE," said the Express. Scepticism followed - "Brexit Britain's space ambit

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2018-06-18 01:12:49



Revised launch date targeted for Parker Solar Probe  

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 18, 2018 NASA and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory are now targeting launch of the agency's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft no earlier than Aug. 4, 2018. Originally scheduled to launch on July 31, additional time is needed to accommodate further software testing of spacecraft systems. The Parker Solar Probe will launch on a United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket fro

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2018-06-17 11:57:01



Re-generatively cooled RL10 Thrust Chamber Assembly test validates 3D printing process  

West Palm Beach FL (SPX) Jun 18, 2018 Aerojet Rocketdyne recently achieved a significant milestone by successfully completing a series of hot-fire tests of an advanced, next-generation RL10 engine thrust chamber design that was built almost entirely using additive manufacturing; commonly known as 3-D printing. "This recent series of hot-fire tests conducted under our RL10C-X development program demonstrated the large-scale add

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2018-06-17 11:08:42



Hawking plea 'to save planet' beamed to black hole  

Paris (AFP) June 15, 2018 The voice recording of the late astrophysicist Stephen Hawking beamed towards a black hole Friday came from a speech imploring humanity to save Earth, according to the European Space Agency (ESA). "It is a very emotional passage," ESA senior science advisor Mark McCaughrean told AFP. "He was not talking about going out to the stars to save humankind, he was talking about saving the plane

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2018-06-17 10:20:56



Making the oxygen we breathe, a photosynthesis mechanism exposed  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Arguably, the greatest fueler of life on our planet is photosynthesis, but understanding its labyrinthine chemistry, powered by sunlight, is challenging. Researchers recently illuminated some new steps inside the molecular factory that makes the oxygen we breathe. Though chlorophyll is the best-known part, for the vivid green it colors nature, many compounds work together in photosynthesis

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2018-06-17 10:09:05



New experiment to aid study of dark matter  

Washington (UPI) Jun 18, 2018 Astronomers can only intimate the presence of dark matter by measuring its gravitational effect on regular matter. As such, dark matter remains poorly understood. In search of new insights into the nature of dark matter, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, have proposed a new experiment, a test to confirm the universality of free fall toward dar

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2018-06-17 09:49:56



Micro satellite developed by Chinese university starts to work around Moon  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 18, 2018 A micro satellite, developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province and sent into an orbit around the Moon, has started to transmit data back to Earth. Two micro satellites, Longjiang-1 and Longjiang-2, were sent into space on May 21 together with the Chang'e-4 lunar probe's relay satellite from southwest China's Xichang Satellite Launch Center.

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2018-06-17 08:02:01



A better device for measuring electromagnetic radiation  

Boston MA (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Bolometers, devices that monitor electromagnetic radiation through heating of an absorbing material, are used by astronomers and homeowners alike. But most such devices have limited bandwidth and must be operated at ultralow temperatures. Now, researchers say they've found a ultrafast yet highly sensitive alternative that can work at room temperature - and may be much less expensive. The f

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2018-06-17 06:01:27



NASA flies large unmanned aircraft in public airspace without chase plane for first time  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Jun 18, 2018 NASA's remotely-piloted Ikhana aircraft, based at the agency's Armstrong Flight Research Center in Edwards, California, successfully flew its first mission in the National Airspace System without a safety chase aircraft on Tuesday. This historic flight moves the United States one step closer to normalizing unmanned aircraft operations in the airspace used by commercial and private pilots.

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2018-06-17 05:57:36



ESA Council commits to Ariane 6 and transition from Ariane 5  

Paris (ESA) Jun 18, 2018 The ESA Council met in Paris this past weeek to discuss the path towards the future exploitation of Ariane 6. In view of the progress made in the Ariane 6 programme, Participating States have decided on the completion of the development up to full operational capability and agreed to fund industrial incentives associated with the development of Ariane 6 and P120C solid rocket motor.

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2018-06-17 04:12:54



Study could help humans colonise Mars and hunt for alien life  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Jun 18, 2018 Scientists at The Australian National University (ANU) have contributed to an international study that will potentially help humans to colonise Mars and find life on other planets. The study on an organism that survives in inhospitable and low-light conditions could dramatically improve our understanding of photosynthesis, the process by which plants and other organisms make and store ener

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2018-06-17 04:12:54



Taking a closer look at 'electrifying' chemistry  

Nuremberg, Germany (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 The future of chemistry is 'electrifying'. With the increasing availability of electrical energy from renewable sources, it will be possible in the future to drive many chemical processes using an electric current. This will facilitate the use of sustainable methods to manufacture products or fuels, replacing current processes which are based on fossil fuels. However, exactly how these ele

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2018-06-17 03:10:12



What prevents space companies from mining asteroids for rare minerals  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jun 18, 2018 Despite the prospect of mining in space was envisioned already 10 years ago, none of the private companies have dared to attempt the revolutionary method. While certain rare resources lie buried deep beneath areas of the Earth that are difficult to access, most of them lie attractively close to the surface in areas located beyond our planet - in space, or to be precise, inside asteroids. S

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2018-06-17 02:45:26



Peggy Whitson, NASA's most experienced astronaut, retires  

Washington (UPI) Jun 15, 2018 After nearly four decades with NASA, including 22 years as an astronaut, Peggy Whitson is leaving the space agency. Her retirement is effective Friday, NASA announced. "It's been the greatest honor to live out my lifelong dream of being a @NASA Astronaut," Whitson wrote on Twitter. "Thank you to the #NASAVillage and all who have supported me along the way. As I reminisce on my many trea

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2018-06-17 02:35:29



Thailand to buy Airbus satellite as junta chief visits France  

Bangkok (AFP) June 15, 2018 Thailand's junta chief will secure the purchase of a $215 million observation satellite from Airbus during his trip to France this month, a diplomatic source said Friday, as Europe re-engages with the kingdom following a chill in relations after a 2014 coup. General Prayut Chan-O-Cha, who toppled an elected government four years ago, will stop in Britain and France next week for meetings wit

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2018-06-17 01:58:51



Lockheed Martin's Miniature Hit-to-Kill Interceptor matures to development stage  

Paris, France (SPX) Jun 14, 2018 The U.S. Army Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office awarded Lockheed Martin a $2.6 million dollar contract to mature the Miniature Hit-to-Kill (MHTK) interceptor, evaluate its effectiveness and demonstrate manufacturing readiness as part of the Extended Mission Area Missile Program. Announced by the company at the Eurosatory exhibition, this award marks the MHTK's transition from the Sci

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2018-06-15 04:28:45



Evidence for a new property of quantum matter revealed  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 A theorized but never-before detected property of quantum matter has now been spotted in the lab, a team of scientists reports. The team proved that a particular quantum material can demonstrate electrical dipole fluctuations - irregular oscillations of tiny charged poles on the material - even in extremely cold conditions, in the neighborhood of minus 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The mat

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2018-06-15 04:27:59



NASA astronauts install high-def cameras during spacewalk  

Tampa (AFP) June 14, 2018 Two US spacewalkers on Thursday outfitted the International Space Station with a pair of new high-definition video cameras designed to help visiting commercial spaceships dock there in the coming years. The work is part of an ongoing upgrade to the $100 billion orbiting outpost, adapting it for the arrival of a new fleet of US vehicles built by private aerospace industries that will ferry as

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2018-06-15 04:17:01



Relay satellite for Chang'e-4 lunar probe enters planned orbit  

Beijing (XNA) Jun 15, 2018 The relay satellite for the Chang'e-4 lunar probe, which is expected to land on the far side of the Moon at the end of the year, has entered the planned orbit, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) announced Thursday. The satellite, named Queqiao (Magpie Bridge) and launched on May 21, entered the Halo orbit around the second Lagrangian (L2) point of the Earth-Moon system, about 6

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2018-06-15 03:58:55



New GAIA data reveals mergers in Milky Way  

Groningen, Netherlands (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 University of Groningen astronomers have discovered relics of merger events in the Milky Way halo. Five small groups of stars appear to represent mergers with smaller galaxies, while a big 'blob' comprising hundreds of stars appears to be the remnant of a large merger event. These results were published in The Astrophysical Journal Letters on 12 June. The study is based on the recent Gaia

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2018-06-15 03:51:37



Dust clouds can explain puzzling features of active galactic nuclei  

Santa Cruz CA (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Many large galaxies have a bright central region called an active galactic nucleus (AGN), powered by matter spiraling into a supermassive black hole. Gas clouds in an area around the AGN known as the "broad-line region" emit light at characteristic wavelengths, but the complexity and variability of these emissions has been a longstanding puzzle for astrophysicists. A new analysis by resear

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2018-06-15 03:50:32



NASA spacecraft studying massive Martian dust storm  

Washington (UPI) Jun 14, 2018 A record dust storm has been swirling on Mars for nearly two weeks. While the weather has forced the Opportunity rover to bunker down and suspend all scientific activities, several other spacecraft are taking the opportunity to study the storm. "This is the ideal storm for Mars science," Jim Watzin, director of the Mars Exploration Program at NASA Headquarters, said in a news release. "

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2018-06-15 03:45:38



New Land Mobile Technology Driving The Need For Modern Satcom Capabilities  

McLean VA (SPX) Jun 14, 2018 Industrial revolutions leave no sector or industry untouched, and the fourth industrial revolution is no different. We are witnessing the rapid transformation that's blurring the line between the physical and digital worlds through artificial intelligence, machine to machine communications, and the Internet of Things-technologies that are touching every aspect of our lives. For the government an

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2018-06-15 03:43:30



Reaktor Space Lab and VTT investigate a new frequency band for telecommunications satellites  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Reaktor Space Lab and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland are participating in an ESA project, which involves investigating a new frequency band for next-generation telecommunication satellites. A nanosatellite to be constructed as part of the project will feature a Finnish platform and radio transmitter. As the number of satellites and the speed required for data communications incre

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2018-06-15 03:06:52



Astronomers identify 121 giant planets likely to host habitable moons  

Washington (UPI) Jun 14, 2018 Astronomers have identified 121 giant planets that potentially host habitable moons. Scientists believe the next generation of telescopes will be able to target alien moons in search of signs of life. Scientists identified the candidates among exoplanet data collected by NASA's Kepler telescope. Kepler's main goal is to help astronomers locate habitable planets outside the solar system.

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2018-06-15 02:30:27



Long suspected theory about the moon holds water  

Sendai, Japan (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 A team of Japanese scientists led by Masahiro Kayama of Tohoku University's Frontier Research Institute for Interdisciplinary Sciences, has discovered a mineral known as moganite in a lunar meteorite found in a hot desert in northwest Africa. This is significant because moganite is a mineral that requires water to form, reinforcing the belief that water exists on the Moon. "Moganite

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2018-06-15 02:07:37



ECOSTRESS among science payloads on next ISS mission  

Houston TX (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 A new batch of science is headed to the International Space Station aboard the SpaceX Dragon on the company's 15th mission for commercial resupply services, scheduled for launch June 29 from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The spacecraft will deliver science that studies plant water use all over the planet, artificial intelligence, gut health in space, more efficient drug developme

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2018-06-15 01:55:06



Multiple lasers could be replaced by a single microcomb  

Gothenburg, Sweden (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Every time we send an e-mail, a tweet, or stream a video, we rely on laser light to transfer digital information over a complex network of optical fibers. Dozens of high-performance lasers are needed to fill up the bandwidth and to squeeze in an increasing amount of digital data. Researchers have now shown that all these lasers can be replaced by a single device called a microcomb. A micro

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2018-06-15 01:43:26



A New Experiment to Understand Dark Matter  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Is dark matter a source of a yet unknown force in addition to gravity? The mysterious dark matter is little understood and trying to understand its properties is an important challenge in modern physics and astrophysics. Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, have proposed a new experiment that makes use of super-dense stars to learn more about the interact

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2018-06-15 01:08:11



Sample Return Technology Successfully Tested on Xodiac Rocket  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Jun 15, 2018 Honeybee Robotics in Pasadena, California, flight tested its pneumatic sampler collection system, PlanetVac, on Masten Space Systems' Xodiac rocket on May 24, launching from Mojave, California, and landing to collect a sample of more than 320 grams of top soil from the surface of the desert floor. "The opportunity to test a technology on Earth before it is destined for another planet allow

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2018-06-15 01:07:14



New Tesla software to offer 'full' autonomy, Musk says  

Washington (AFP) June 11, 2018 An update to Tesla's Autopilot software coming in August will enable "full self-driving features" for the automaker's electric cars, chief executive Elon Musk says. Musk's comments come amid a race by automakers and tech firms to roll out fully autonomous vehicles, but also rising concerns about the safety of robotic systems. The Tesla founder made the disclosure in a Twitter conversatio

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2018-06-14 12:33:56



Martian dust storm silences NASA's rover, Opportunity  

Tampa (AFP) June 13, 2018 A massive dust storm raging across Mars has overcome NASA's aging Opportunity rover, putting the unmanned, solar-powered vehicle into sleep mode and raising concerns about its survival, the US space agency said Wednesday. The unusually severe dust storm has blocked out the Sun over one quarter of the Red Planet, blanketing an area spanning 14 million square miles (35 million square kilometer

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2018-06-14 12:19:34



Organics on Ceres may be more abundant than originally thought  

Providence RI (SPX) Jun 14, 2018 Last year, scientists with NASA's Dawn mission announced the detection of organic material - carbon-based compounds that are necessary components for life - exposed in patches on the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres. Now, a new analysis of the Dawn data by Brown University researchers suggests those patches may contain a much higher abundance of organics than originally thought. The findi

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2018-06-14 11:49:33



Japan successfully tests H-IIA launch vehicle with new research satellite  

Tokyo (Sputnik) Jun 14, 2018 Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) on Tuesday successfully tested a H-IIA Launch Vehicle with a new research satellite, according to the agency's live stream of the lift-off. The launch vehicle took off from the space center in Kagoshima Prefecture at 1 p.m. local time (4:00 GMT). The launch vehicle is taking the IGS-Radar 6 satellite, manufactured by Mitsubishi Electric, to o

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2018-06-14 10:27:56



Winch Hub aims to accelerate energy and internet access across rural Uganda  

Kampala, Uganda (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 Under a pilot program, Winch Energy and iWayAfrica will deploy a remote solar kiosk, The Winch Hub (WH), with integrated VSAT equipment to provide high-quality and affordable broadband connectivity. This will be made available to five communities in Bunjako Island, a fishing village on the shores of Lake Victoria, Uganda, which has a population of 20,000 people. The WH is a bespoke contain

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2018-06-14 09:41:13



NASA encounters the perfect storm for science on Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jun 14, 2018 One of the thickest dust storms ever observed on Mars has been spreading for the past week and a half. The storm has caused NASA's Opportunity rover to suspend science operations, but also offers a window for four other spacecraft to learn from the swirling dust. NASA has three orbiters circling the Red Planet, each equipped with special cameras and other atmospheric instruments. Additiona

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2018-06-14 07:16:45



200-Year-Old Stellar Mystery Gets Closer to Resolution  

Denver CO (SPX) Jun 08, 2018 The visually bright winter constellation star Epsilon Aurigae, near Capella (Alpha Aurigae), is noteworthy for its 2-year-long eclipses that occur only every 27 years. It was first noted as a variable star in 1821 by Johann Fritsch of Germany. Humanity has witnessed and documented only eight eclipse cycles since then (the last one ended in 2010; the next one starts in 2036). Study of this

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2018-06-14 06:04:51



Decades of satellite monitoring reveal Antarctic ice loss  

College Park MD (SPX) Jun 14, 2018 Scientists from the University of Maryland, the University of Leeds and the University of California, San Diego, have reviewed decades of satellite measurements to reveal how and why Antarctica's glaciers, ice shelves and sea ice are changing. Their report, published in a special Antarctica-focused issue of the journal Nature on June 14, 2018, explains how ice shelf thinning and collapse h

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2018-06-14 05:59:50



Fermi x-ray telescope celebrates 10 years of discoveries  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 On June 11, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope celebrates a decade of using gamma rays, the highest-energy form of light in the cosmos, to study black holes, neutron stars, and other extreme cosmic objects and events. "Fermi's first 10 years have produced numerous scientific discoveries that have revolutionized our understanding of the gamma-ray universe," said Paul Hertz, Astrophysics

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2018-06-14 05:47:46



Flying car startup backed by Google founder offers test flights  

San Francisco (AFP) June 6, 2018 A flying car project backed by Google co-founder Larry Page was closer to take-off on Wednesday, with a model for test flights by aspiring buyers. Kitty Hawk, funded by Page, unveiled a "Flyer" model it described as "an exciting first step to sharing the freedom of flight." The company was created last year in Google's home town of Mountain View, California, and has been testing a protot

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2018-06-14 04:46:03



Spaceflight to launch smallsats for Canon Electronics and BlackSky  

Seattle, WA (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 Spaceflight has partnered with Rocket Lab for three upcoming launches. The first Electron mission, scheduled for the end of 2018, will launch a BlackSky microsat along with several rideshare customers. he second mission will launch satellites from commercial and government organizations in early 2019, and the third mission, also scheduled for early 2019, will launch a spacecraft from Canon

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2018-06-14 04:46:01



Job Openings - Space Traffic Controllers  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 In the not-too-distant future an international regulatory and enforcement agency may be looking for Space Traffic Controllers to fill hundreds of positions for well-trained professionals. It is likely that these positions will be located in an international metropolis such as Washington, Paris, London, Hong Kong, Rome or Moscow. Applicants must pass a rigorous training program including ma

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2018-06-14 04:45:49



The true power of the solar wind  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Jun 14, 2018 The planets and moons of our solar system are continuously being bombarded by particles hurled away from the sun. On Earth this has hardly any effect, apart from the fascinating northern lights, because the dense atmosphere and the magnetic field of the Earth protect us from these solar wind particles. But on the Moon or on Mercury things are different: There, the uppermost layer of rock is grad

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2018-06-14 01:47:56



Discovery in the sky with nanodiamonds  

Cardiff UK (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 A faint and mysterious stream of microwaves emanating from star systems far out in the Milky Way could be caused by tiny diamonds, new research has suggested. For decades scientists have been able to measure this 'glow' of microwave light, dubbed the anomalous microwave emission (AME), coming from a number of regions in the night sky, but have yet to identify its exact source. In a n

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2018-06-14 01:31:24



Girls' Rocketry Challenge team wins three awards at national model rocketry competition  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jun 13, 2018 Three school teams from the second cycle of the Girls' Rocketry Challenge (GRC), Lockheed Martin's Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education program in Japan, have successfully competed in the 32nd National Model Rocketry Competition, taking home three awards. The competition, held at JAXA, Tsukuba on May 19, marks the final milestone of the program. The team from I

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2018-06-13 04:47:06



One-step, 3D printing for multimaterial projects developed by WSU researchers  

Pullman WA (SPX) Jun 12, 2018 Similar to the advance from black and white to color printing, a Washington State University research team for the first time has used 3D printing technology in a one-step process to print structures made of two different materials. The advance could potentially help manufacturers reduce manufacturing steps and use one machine to make complex products with multiple parts in one operation.

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2018-06-13 04:34:56



Possible launch date of Russia's Nauka module to ISS  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (Sputnik) Jun 13, 2018 Russia's Multipurpose Laboratory Module (MLM) Nauka was previously supposed to be sent to International Space Station (ISS) back in 2014, but in 2013, pollution was detected in its fuel system. The compartment was sent then to the Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center to eliminate flaws. In April, a source at Baikonur cosmodrome told Sputnik that the launch was scheduled fo

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2018-06-13 04:26:39






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