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The state of the early universe: The beginning was fluid  

Copenhagen, Denmark (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 The particle physicists at the Niels Bohr Institute have obtained new results, working with the LHC, replacing the lead-ions, usually used for collisions, with Xenon-ions. Xenon is a "smaller" atom with fewer nucleons in its nucleus. When colliding ions, the scientists create a fireball that recreates the initial conditions of the universe at temperatures in excess of several thousand bill

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Chandra operations resume after cause of safe mode identified  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 The cause of Chandra's safe mode on October 10 has now been understood and the Operations team has successfully returned the spacecraft to its normal pointing mode. The safe mode was caused by a glitch in one of Chandra's gyroscopes resulting in a 3-second period of bad data that in turn led the on-board computer to calculate an incorrect value for the spacecraft momentum. The erroneous momentum

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Roscosmos plans to restart Soyuz launches from late November  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 18, 2018 On October 11, the crew of the Soyuz MS-10 manned spacecraft made an emergency landing in Kazakhstan due to an accident that took place two minutes after the craft's launch from the Baikonur cosmodrome. The first launch since the accident may take place in Plesetsk starting from October 24 to 26, (it will be a) Soyuz-2 with a military satellite, according to reports citing sources. T

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Plant hormone makes space farming a possibility  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 With scarce nutrients and weak gravity, growing potatoes on the Moon or on other planets seems unimaginable. But the plant hormone strigolactone could make it possible, plant biologists from the University of Zurich have shown. The hormone supports the symbiosis between fungi and plant roots, thus encouraging plants' growth - even under the challenging conditions found in space. The idea h

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Lockheed Martin reaches technical milestone for Long Range Discrimination Radar  

Moorestown NJ (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 Lockheed Martin's Long Range Discrimination Radar (LRDR) has completed a closed loop satellite track with tactical hardware and software marking a significant achievement as the program continues to meet its technical milestones and works towards delivery to the Missile Defense Agency (MDA) in 2020 at its Clear, Alaska, site. In preparation for full-rate manufacturing starting in the begin

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Kleos Space signs MoU with Airbus to collaborate on In-Space manufacturing technology  

Bremen, Germany (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 Luxembourg-based Kleos Space S.A. has signed a second Memorandum of Understanding with Airbus Defence and Space, as both companies investigate opportunities to collaborate for the manufacture In-Space of structural elements. Kleos Space and parent Magna Parva (UK) have developed an In-Space manufacturing system that will provide a method of producing huge carbon composite 3D structures in

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



European Space Talks: we need more space!  

Paris (ESA) Oct 18, 2018 Space concerns everyone. It contributes to our lives on a daily basis and can help to solve some of humankind's greatest challenges. Find out more, and how space affects you, with European Space Talks... You probably use space without even thinking about it. Whether it's your mobile phone, your car's 'satnav' system (the clue is in the name) or TV weather forecasts, space is involved in so

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Physics: Not everything is where it seems to be  

Innsbruck, Austria (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 With modern optical imaging techniques, the position of objects can be measured with a precision that reaches a few nanometers. These techniques are used in the laboratory, for example, to determine the position of atoms in quantum experiments. "We want to know the position of our quantum bits very precisely so that we can manipulate and measure them with laser beams," explains Gabriel Ara

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Oldest evidence for animals found by UCR researchers  

Riverside CA (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, have found the oldest clue yet of animal life, dating back at least 100 million years before the famous Cambrian explosion of animal fossils. The study, led by Gordon Love, a professor in UCR's Department of Earth Sciences, was published in Nature Ecology and Evolution. The first author is Alex Zumberge, a doctoral student working in

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Long range ENSO forecasting extended one year  

Pohang, South Korea (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 Changes in Atlantic Ocean sea surface temperatures can be used to predict extreme climatic variations known as El Nino and La Nina more than a year in advance, according to research conducted at Korea's Pohang University of Science and Technology and published in the journal Scientific Reports. The El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is an irregular, periodic variation in trade winds and s

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



NASA's Fermi Mission Energizes the Sky With Gamma-ray Constellations  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 Long ago, sky watchers linked the brightest stars into patterns reflecting animals, heroes, monsters and even scientific instruments into what is now an official collection of 88 constellations. Now scientists with NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have devised a set of modern constellations constructed from sources in the gamma-ray sky to celebrate the mission's 10th year of operations.

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Researchers solve mystery at the center of the Milky Way  

Lund, Sweden (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 Astronomers from Lund University in Sweden have now found the explanation to a recent mystery at the centre of the Milky Way galaxy: the high levels of scandium discovered last spring near the galaxy's giant black hole were in fact an optical illusion. Last spring, researchers published a study about the apparent presence of astonishing and dramatically high levels of three different eleme

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



"Pulsar in a Box" reveals surprising picture of neutron star's surroundings  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 An international team of scientists studying what amounts to a computer-simulated "pulsar in a box" are gaining a more detailed understanding of the complex, high-energy environment around spinning neutron stars, also called pulsars. The model traces the paths of charged particles in magnetic and electric fields near the neutron star, revealing behaviors that may help explain how pulsars emit ga

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



New infrared telescope first to monitor entire northern sky  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 A new infrared telescope designed and built by astronomers at The Australian National University (ANU) and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in the US will be the first of its kind to monitor the entire northern sky in search of new cosmic events. The agile robotic telescope, called Gattini-IR, will scan the northern sky once every night, from the Palomar Observatory in sout

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



Massive star's unusual death heralds the birth of compact neutron star binary  

Pasadena, CA (SPX) Oct 18, 2018 Carnegie's Anthony Piro was part of a Caltech-led team of astronomers who observed the peculiar death of a massive star that exploded in a surprisingly faint and rapidly fading supernova, possibly creating a compact neutron star binary system. Piro's theoretical work provided crucial context for the discovery. Their findings are published by Science. Observations made by the Caltech team -

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2018-10-18 02:11:01



RUDN physicist described the shape of a wormhole  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 A RUDN physicist demonstrated how to describe the shape of any symmetrical wormhole - a black hole that theoretically can be a kind of a portal between any two points in space and time - based on its wave spectrum. The research would help understand the physics of wormholes and better identify their physical characteristics. The article of the scientist was published in the Physics Letters B jou

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



The Asteroids are Coming  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 This isn't just "buzz" to get you excited about a new movie coming; we really are being buzzed by asteroids and other NEOs (Near Earth Objects), and one day these conjunctions could become collisions! There are lots of NEOs out there orbiting the sun. Some, like comets, are less worrisome since they are composed primarily of ice and small, rocky particles that dissipate upon entering Earth

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



EU to be able to use Ariane 6 carrier rockets for manned space flights  

Paris (Sputnik) Oct 17, 2018 The new EU Ariane 6 carrier rocket will be able to fulfill various tasks including ensuring manned space flights, President of the Ariane Group Alain Charmeau said. "The United States is surpassing Europe due to resumption of NASA and SpaceX manned flights starting from 2019. India is also surpassing Europe due to the program scheduled for 2022. Ariane 6 has not thought about implementatio

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



Saft batteries power MASCOT on Asteroid Ryugu  

Paris, France (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 Saft, the leader in batteries for space, is celebrating the success of the MASCOT (Mobile Asteroid Surface Scout), an asteroid lander designed to research the origins of the solar system, which relied on a Saft battery system as its power source. After MASCOT disconnected from the Hayabusa 2 craft, the battery system powered four scientific instruments as well as the on-board computer, nav

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



Escape capsule with Soyuz MS-10 crew hit ground 5 times before stopping  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 17, 2018 The escape capsule with the Soyuz MS-10 crew, which had to return to Earth in a ballistic descent mode as a result of the booster failure, hit the ground five times before stopping, a source in the space industry told Sputnik. "Sensors of the reentry capsule registered that it suffered five hits during the landing. That is, the spacecraft hit the ground, bounced several times and rolled ov

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



'Concrete block on your chest': astronauts recount failed space launch  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 16, 2018 Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin on Tuesday said the G-force during last week's emergency landing of the Soyuz spacecraft felt like a concrete block on his chest but he and NASA astronaut Nick Hague are now in "great" health. Ovchinin and Hague were forced to make an emergency landing after an accident on their rocket minutes after blast-off to the International Space Station, with the rap

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



Russian cosmonaut reveals what ISS crew truly fears  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 16, 2018 The cosmonaut also explained that cosmonauts and astronauts alike all hope that everything goes according to plan. Sergei Prokopyev, a Russian cosmonaut currently stationed aboard the International Space Station, has unveiled the true fear that plagues every member of the ISS crew. "What cosmonauts and astronauts are afraid of is the cancellation of their space launch," Prokopyev sai

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



US lags behind Russia, China on Space Force says Trump  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Oct 16, 2018 In June, the US President ordered the country's Department of Defense to "immediately begin the process necessary to establish a Space Force as the sixth branch of the armed forces." Speaking at a "Make America Great Again" rally in Kentucky, US President Donald Trump admitted that Washington is lagging behind Moscow and Beijing in the creation of space forces. "Russia has already st

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



MIT unveils new $1 bn college for artificial intelligence  

Washington (AFP) Oct 15, 2018 The Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced plans Monday to create a new college of artificial intelligence with an initial $1 billion commitment for the program focusing on "responsible and ethical" uses of the technology. The prestigious university said it would add 50 new faculty members and create an interdisciplinary hub for work in computer science, AI, data science, and relate

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



African smoke-cloud connection target of NASA airborne flights  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 17, 2018 Over the southeast Atlantic Ocean, a 2,000-mile-long plume of smoke from African agricultural fires meets a near-permanent cloud bank offshore. Their meeting makes a natural laboratory for studying the interactions between cloud droplets and the tiny airborne smoke particles. This month, NASA's P-3 research aircraft and a team of scientists return on their third deployment to this region as part

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2018-10-17 04:46:56



Russia understands Soyuz incident reasons says Head of Mission  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 16, 2018 Russian experts understand what caused the failure of a Soyuz rocket booster that aborted this Thursday's launch of a manned mission to the International Space Station (ISS), the head of the mission to the station's Russian segment said on Sunday. "We are quite clear about what happened. A series of measures are needed to avert such incidents in the future. We will continue flying," cosmon

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Jeff Bezos to invest more than $1 bn in Blue Origin in 2019  

San Francisco (AFP) Oct 15, 2018 The world's richest man, billionaire entrepreneur and Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, said Monday that he is planning to boost his annual investment in Blue Origin, the aerospace company he launched in 2000. Bezos - whose real-time net worth was estimated at $145 billion by Forbes, in large part thanks to his shares in Amazon - said he had spent about a billion dollars a year on developing Blue Or

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Scientists to debate landing site for next Mars rover  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 16, 2018 Hundreds of scientists and Mars-exploration enthusiasts will convene in a hotel ballroom just north of Los Angeles later this week to present, discuss and deliberate the future landing site for NASA's next Red Planet rover - Mars 2020. The three-day workshop is the fourth and final in a series designed to ensure NASA receives the broadest range of data and opinion from the scientific community b

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Spacebit brings EOS blockchain to the final frontier  

Bremen, Germany - October 5th , 2018. It was announced at the International Astronautical Congress 2018 (IAC18) that LinkX, the new decentralised ground station scheduling system, is now in beta testing on the EOSIO platform. LinkX, which has been developed by Spacebit in collaboration with Goonhilly, is expected to roll out in the upcoming months as part of the Orbit:Linx global space communications platform. The platform aim

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Space Launch System Intertank completes functional testing  

New Orleans LA (SPX) Oct 16, 2018 The intertank that will be flown on Exploration Mission-1 as part of NASA's new rocket, the Space Launch System, has completed its avionics functional testing, at the Michoud Assembly Center in New Orleans. The avionics, shown here inside the intertank structure, guide the vehicle and direct its power during flight. The intertank houses critical electronics that "talk to" the flight comput

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



NanoRacks welcomes first Chief Operating Officer  

Houston, TX (SPX) Oct 16, 2018 NanoRacks, the market leader for commercial access to low-Earth orbit, is pleased to announce that Stephanie Purgerson has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. Purgerson, a Colonel in the Texas Army National Guard brings over 28 years of professional commercial and military experience with technical, operational, and strategic leadership. Most recently, Purgerson served as a Seni

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



RUDN mathematicians confirmed the possibility of data transfer via gravitational waves  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 RUDN mathematicians analyzed the properties of gravitational waves in a generalized affine- metrical space (an algebraic construction operating the notions of a vector and a point) similarly to the properties of electromagnetic waves in Minkowski space-time. It turned out that there is the possibility of transmitting information with the help of nonmetricity waves and transferring it spati

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



DARPA seeks proposals for 3rd OFFSET Swarm Sprint, awards 2nd Contracts  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 DARPA's OFFensive Swarm-Enabled Tactics (OFFSET) envisions swarms of 250 collaborative autonomous systems providing critical insights to small ground military units in urban areas where vertical structures, tight spaces, and limited sight lines constrain communications and mobility. DARPA is soliciting proposals for its third swarm sprint, which will focus on the topics of human-swarm teaming an

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Study explains optical illusion at the center of the Milky Way  

Washington (UPI) Oct 11, 2018 Scientists in Sweden think the mysterious presence of exotic elements at the center of the Milky Way isn't a mystery at all, but an optical illusion. The elements aren't actually there, astronomers from Lund University argue in a new paper, published this week in the Astrophysical Journal. Last year, scientists reported observations of high levels of scandium near the black hole

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Dying star emits a whisper  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 A Caltech-led team of researchers has observed the peculiar death of a massive star that exploded in a surprisingly faint and rapidly fading supernova. These observations suggest that the star has an unseen companion, gravitationally siphoning away the star's mass to leave behind a stripped star that exploded in a quick supernova. The explosion is believed to have resulted in a dead neutro

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



A break from the buzz: bees go silent during total solar eclipse  

Annapolis, MD (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 While millions of Americans took a break from their daily routines on August 21, 2017, to witness a total solar eclipse, they might not have noticed a similar phenomenon happening nearby: In the path of totality, bees took a break from their daily routines, too. In an unprecedented study of a solar eclipse's influence on bee behavior, researchers at the University of Missouri organized a c

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2018-10-16 09:13:04



Practising for BepiColombo's epic escape to Mercury  

Paris (ESA) Oct 15, 2018 The international BepiColombo spacecraft will soon take flight, on a complex journey to the innermost planet of the Solar System, Mercury. Encompassing nine planetary flybys and travelling a total distance of nine billion km over a period of seven years, this will be one of the most intricate journeys ever flown by mission teams at ESA's ESOC mission control centre. With launch set for 20

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



NASA continues fall series of RS-25 engine tests  

Stennis Space Centre MS (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 The arrival of fall in south Mississippi means billowing clouds of steam exhaust is in the air as NASA continues a series of RS-25 engine tests at Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis. A team of operators conducted another successful 500-second RS-25 hot fire on the A-1 Test Stand at Stennis on Oct. 11, marking the fourth in a series that will extend into 2019. Once again, the hot fire

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



First Man: a new vision of the Apollo 11 mission to set foot on the Moon  

Melbourne, Australia (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 The Apollo 11 lunar landing was the first time humans stepped on another celestial body, and the events leading up to that historic moment - which celebrates its 50th anniversary next year - are depicted in the new movie First Man, out in cinemas today. Director Damien Chazelle has delivered an intense film about astronaut Neil Armstrong, who made those iconic first steps. But this i

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



Efforts to communicate with Opportunity continue  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 15, 2018 The dust storm on Mars has effectively ended with atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover site down to around 1.0 to 1.1, values are typical for storm-free conditions this time of year. No signal from Opportunity has been heard since Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018). As stated previously, it is expected that Opportunity has experienced a low-power fault, a mission clock fault and an up-loss timer

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



Update on the Hubble Space Telescope Safe Mode  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 NASA continues to work toward resuming science operations of the Hubble Space Telescope after the spacecraft entered safe mode due to a failed gyroscope (gyro) on Friday, Oct. 5. Following the gyro failure, the Hubble operations team turned on a backup gyro on the spacecraft. However, that gyro did not perform as expected, reporting rotation rates that are orders of magnitude higher than t

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



Sky and Space Global (SAS) awarded EU grant, signs 5 agreements with telecom operators  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 Sky and Space Global Ltd reports it has reached a significant operational landmark by winning a Research and Development grant from the Polish government and the EU, and also recently signed five new binding MoU agreements with global telecoms operators. The Company has been awarded a 1.25m Polish Zloti (~A$500k) R and D grant by the Polish Government to initiate a project into M2M device

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



MASCOT completes first scientific 'stroll' across asteroid Ryugu  

Washington (UPI) Oct 12, 2018 The German lander MASCOT has completed its first scientific "stroll" across the asteroid Ryugu. After being released last week by Hayabusa-2, the Japanese space agency probe circling Ryugu, MASCOT conducted a 17-hour scientific exploration, using its instruments to conduct experiments at several locations on the asteroid's surface. Hayabusa-2's camera helped scientists track the

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2018-10-15 10:31:13



Russian Space Corp gets telemetry data, video to probe Soyuz failure  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 14, 2018 Russia's Energia Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC Energia) has received telemetry data as well as materials from the video recorder from the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle, Russia's space agency Roscosmos said. "The video recorder and telemetry data of Soyuz-FG, which had an accident during the launch on October 11, were delivered to RSC Energia for examination and in order to draw conclusions.

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Soyuz-FG launch vehicle assembly suspended as part of MS-10 Mission probe  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 15, 2018 All works with the Soyuz-FG booster that has been prepared for the launch of the Progress MS-10 cargo spacecraft have been suspended because it may have the same defects as the Soyuz-FG that failed on Thursday and it may help the investigation into the incident, a source in the space industry told Sputnik on Saturday. "The Soyuz-FG rocket designed for the launch of Progress MS-10 has been

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



The forgotten age of space  

West Lafayette IND (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 In 1990, Michael Smith had been living in Moscow for four months, rooming with a Russian family and conducting research in the city's libraries and archives, when he witnessed the slow collapse of the Soviet Union and the dissolution of its space program, reducing prominent engineers to mere repair technicians. "I was inspired by living with Russians, seeing the pride they gave to their sp

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



NASA photo shows International Space Station transiting the sun  

Washington (UPI) Oct 11, 2018 The International Space Station orbits the Earth once every 93 minutes. The satellite's orbital path regularly takes ISS across the face of the moon and sun. Recently, photographer Joel Kowsky documented the space station's trip across the face of the sun. Kowsky combined the photographs into a composite image, featuring the space station's silhouette, backlit by the orange sun.

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Russia creates group to consider temporary shutdown of ISS after Soyuz incident  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 15, 2018 The Russian state commission, established after the failed liftoff of the Soyuz-FG launch vehicle on Thursday, has set up a subcommission to consider the options for further exploitation of the International Space Station (ISS), including the possibility of its temporary shutdown, a source in the rocket and space industry told Sputnik on Saturday. "A subcommission has been created that wil

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



MASCOT's zigzag course across the dust-free Asteroid Ryugu  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Oct 15, 2018 Six minutes of free fall, a gentle impact on the asteroid and then 11 minutes of rebounding until coming to rest. That is how, in the early hours of 3 October 2018, the journey of the MASCOT asteroid lander began on Asteroid Ryugu - a land full of wonder, mystery and challenges. Some 17 hours of scientific exploration followed this first 'stroll' on the almost 900-metre diameter asteroid.

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Lockheed Martin Delivers 300th THAAD Interceptor  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 Lockheed Martin has delivered the 300th interceptor for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system, the only system in the world designed to intercept threats both inside and outside the atmosphere. The production maturity milestone comes as demand for the company's hit-to-kill missile defense system and interceptors continues to grow. "The Missile Defense Agency, industry and

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Pentagon grounds global fleet of F-35s after crash  

Washington (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 The Pentagon grounded the global fleet of F-35 stealth fighters Thursday so that engineers could conduct urgent inspections following the first ever crash of the costliest plane in history. Preliminary data from a Marine Corps F-35B that was completely destroyed in a South Carolina crash last month showed a potential problem with a fuel tube, officials said. "The US services and interna

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Russian firm mulls sending duplicate 3D Bioprinter to ISS after Soyuz failure  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 15, 2018 The Russian 3D Bioprinting Solutions company is preparing to send the duplicate equipment for experiments at the International Space Station (ISS) in the near future, the company's co-founder and managing partner, Yousef Hesuani, said. "Organ.Aut and cosmonauts have a duplicate [of the printer], it will be ready to fly to the ISS in the near future. We will work out a separate cycle graph

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Army research lights the way for new materials  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 What happens when gold and silver just don't cut it anymore? You turn to metallic alloys, which are what Army researchers are using to develop new designer materials with a broad range of capabilities for our Soldiers. This is exactly what scientists Dr. David Baker and Dr. Joshua McClure from the U.S. Army Research Laboratory are doing to lighten the load and enhance the power of Soldier

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



After two long careers, QuikSCAT rings down the curtain  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 15, 2018 Launched in June 1999 for an intended two-year mission, NASA's SeaWinds scatterometer instrument on the QuikSCAT spacecraft was turned off on Oct. 2 in accordance with its end-of-mission plan. QuikSCAT spent its first decade creating an unprecedented record of the speed and direction of winds at the ocean surface. Then, for another nine years, it served as the gold standard of accuracy against w

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



ESA selects Satconsult to design new approach to scheduling secure satcom resources  

Toulouse, France (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 SATConsult, a leading satellite engineering consultancy and member of Euroconsult Group, has been selected by ESA to lead a consortium, composed of RHEA Group, Airbus and Space Hellas, to help develop a secure, independent, and centralized digital platform for Pooling and Sharing (P and S) satellite communication resources. ESA has identified an increasing demand for secure satellite commu

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



Geoengineering, other technologies won't solve climate woes  

Oslo, Norway (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 The countries of the world still need to cut their carbon dioxide emissions to reach the Paris Agreement's climate targets, especially if that target is now 1.5 C instead of 2 C. Relying on tree planting and alternative technological solutions such as geoengineering will not make enough of a difference. "We can't rely on geoengineering to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement," says Helene

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2018-10-14 08:28:38



NASA says will use Russia's Soyuz despite rocket failure  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 12, 2018 NASA chief Jim Bridenstine on Friday praised the Russian space programme and said he expected a new crew to go to the International Space Station in December despite a rocket failure. "I fully anticipate that we will fly again on a Soyuz rocket and I have no reason to believe at this point that it will not be on schedule," he told reporters. The NASA administrator spoke to reporters at t

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2018-10-13 10:47:15



Aborted launch astronauts to go to space next spring: Russia  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 12, 2018 Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin and US astronaut Nick Hague are likely to go into space in the spring after their flight was suddenly aborted, the head of the Russian space agency said Friday. "The guys will fly for sure," Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said on Twitter, posting a picture of himself with smiling Ovchinin and Hague. "We are planning their flight for the spring of next

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2018-10-13 10:47:15



Chandra X-ray Observatory goes into safe mode  

Washington (UPI) Oct 12, 2018 It's been a bad couple weeks in space. A week ago, technical difficulties forced engineers to put the Hubble Space Telescope's science mission on hold. Now, the Chandra X-ray Observatory is in safe mode, too. In a statement released on Friday, NASA confirmed Chandra, one of the most powerful telescopes in space, transitioned to safe mode earlier this week. During safe mode

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2018-10-13 10:47:15



Russia probes ISS rocket failure  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) Oct 12, 2018 Russian investigators have launched a probe into why a Soyuz rocket failed shortly after blast-off, in a major setback for Russia's beleaguered space industry. US astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin were forced to make an emergency landing after the incident on Thursday, but were rescued without injury in Kazakhstan. Russian officials said they were launching a cr

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Virgin Group suspends Saudi talks for billion dollar space investment  

London, UK (Sputnik) Oct 12, 2018 Tycoon Richard Branson has halted negotiations with the Saudi government's Sovereign Wealth Fund about planned multimillion dollar investments in Virgin's space program, The Financial Times reported Thursday. According to the media outlet, Branson has also suspended talks about two large-scale tourism projects planned by Riyadh along the Red Sea as a crisis builds over the disappearance an

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



No more taxi service to Space Station after Soyuz fiasco  

Washington (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 The taxi service to the orbiting International Space Station is taking no passengers until further notice. Neither the United States nor Russia will be able to send astronauts to the ISS until investigators determine why a Soyuz rocket experienced an anomaly after blast-off Thursday, complicating an already tricky launch calendar for 2019. The only way to get astronauts from Earth to the

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Test Launch of Russia's New Unmanned Space Vehicle Could Be Postponed  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 12, 2018 The first test launch of the unmanned version of Russia's new Federation spacecraft atop the new Soyuz-5 rocket has been suggested to be rescheduled from 2022 to 2023 after two test launches of the rocket with other spacecraft are held, a source in the aerospace industry told Sputnik Thursday. The unmanned version of Federation was initially set to be launched from Russia's Baikonur Cosmod

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Rocket bound for ISS fails, crew survives emergency landing  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 An American and a Russian bound for the International Space Station were forced to make an emergency landing when their Soyuz rocket failed shortly after blast-off on Thursday, in a major setback for Russia's space industry. Astronaut Nick Hague and cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin were rescued without injuries in Kazakhstan. Russian investigators said they were launching a criminal probe into

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



SAS announces expanded Human Spaceflight Safety Services to support deep space and lunar missions  

Boulder CO (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 Special Aerospace Services (SAS) has announced the offering of expanded Spaceflight Safety Products and Services that now include support for deep space and lunar missions. SAS developed the expanded line of engineering services to cover the next phase of human spaceflight that will be initiated by inaugural test launches and first human launches in the coming year. "Human spaceflight is o

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



How the seeds of planets take shape  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 In theoretical research that could explain everything from planet formation to outflows from stars, to even the settling of volcanic ash, Caltech researchers have discovered a new mechanism to explain how the act of dust moving through gas leads to clumps of dust. While dust clumps were already known to play a role in seeding new planets and many other systems in space and on Earth, how the clum

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



China launches new remote sensing satellites  

Jiuquan, China (XNA) Oct 12, 2018 Two remote sensing satellites were successfully sent into space Tuesday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China. The satellites, both part of the Yaogan-32 family, were launched by a Long March-2C rocket with an attached upper stage at 10:43 a.m. Beijing time. The satellites have entered their planned orbits and will be used for electromagnetic environment surveys

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Icy warning for space missions to Jupiter's moon  

Cardiff UK (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 A location often earmarked as a potential habitat for extra-terrestrial life could prove to be a tricky place for spacecraft to land, new research has revealed. A team led by scientists from Cardiff University has predicted that fields of sharp ice growing to almost 15 metres tall could be scattered across the equatorial regions of Jupiter's moon, Europa. Previous space missions have

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Life-long space buff and Western graduate student discovers exoplanet  

London, Canada (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 Ever since Chris Fox was a young boy, he wanted to visit alien planets. With no immediate plans for such a voyage, the Western University graduate student has done the next best thing. He's gone and found one. Teamed with Paul Wiegert, Graduate Program Director at Western's renowned Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration (CPSX), Fox discovered the exoplanet - provisionally known as K

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Galactic archaeology  

Canary Islands, Spain (SPX) Oct 12, 2018 The star Pristine 221.8781+9.7844 is one of the oldest stars in the Milky Way. We know this because of its atmosphere. Just after the Big Bang the universe was full of hydrogen and helium with very little lithium there were no heavier elements because these are synthesized in the interiors of stars. David Aguado's view is that "As the atmosphere of the star we have analyzed is very poor in

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



AeroVironment contracted for Raven drones, spares, training  

Washington (UPI) Oct 11, 2018 AeroVironment has received a $13 million contract for Raven RQ-11B small unmanned aircraft systems. The contract, announced Tuesday by the Department of Defense, covers recurring requirements for RQ-11B SUAS, spare parts, related equipment and training. The SUAS will be directed to the U.S. Southern Command area of responsibility, which includes nations in Central America, South

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Army researchers' technique locates robots, soldiers in GPS-challenged areas  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 Scientists at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory have developed a novel algorithm that enables localization of humans and robots in areas where GPS is unavailable. According to ARL researchers Gunjan Verma and Dr. Fikadu Dagefu, the Army needs to be able to localize agents operating in physically complex, unknown and infrastructure-poor environments. "This capability is critical to he

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2018-10-12 02:08:46



Crew of Soyuz MS-10 lands in Kazakhstan after launch failure  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 11, 2018 A Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft atop a Soyuz FG rocket manned by a team of two cosmonauts was set to deliver a team to the International Space Station (ISS). Chief of Russian state space corporation Roscosmos Dmitry Rogozin has commented on the Soyuz MS-10 emergency landing, saying that the Soyuz crew had landed safely and everyone was alive. "The crew has landed. All are alive," Dmitry Rogozin wrote on Twitter.

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2018-10-11 09:42:25



Japan delays touchdown of Hayabusa2 probe on asteroid: official  

Tokyo, Japan (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 A Japanese probe sent to examine an asteroid in order to shed light on the origins of the solar system will now land on the rock several months later than planned, officials said Thursday. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) told reporters the Hayabusa2 probe is now expected to touch down on the Ryugu asteroid in "late January" at the earliest, rather than at the end of this mont

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2018-10-11 09:42:25



Crew of Soyuz rocket survive emergency landing after engine problem  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 The two-man crew of a Soyuz rocket made a successful emergency landing Thursday after an engine problem on lift-off to the International Space Station, in a major setback for the beleaguered Russian space industry. US astronaut Nick Hague and Russian cosmonaut Aleksey Ovchinin were rescued without injuries in Kazakhstan. "The emergency rescue system worked, the vessel was able to land i

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2018-10-11 09:42:25



Boeing HorizonX Ventures invests in Accion Systems to propel satellite capabilities  

Chicago IL (SPX) Oct 11, 2018 Boeing has announced its investment in Accion Systems Inc., a Boston, Mass.,-based startup pioneering scalable electric propulsion technology to transform satellite capabilities in and beyond Earth's orbit. Accion's new Tiled Ionic Liquid Electrospray (TILE) in-space propulsion system aims to increase the lifespan and maneuverability of satellites and other vehicles in space. Leveraging a

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



NASA should expand search for life in the universe: NAS Report  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 11, 2018 To advance the search for life in the universe, NASA should support research on a broader range of biosignatures and environments, and incorporate the field of astrobiology into all stages of future exploratory missions, says a new congressionally mandated report from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Astrobiology, the study of the origin, evolution, distributi

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



United Launch Alliance building rocket of the future with industry-leading strategic partnerships  

Centennial CO (SPX) Oct 11, 2018 United Launch Alliance's (ULA) next-generation rocket - the Vulcan Centaur - is making strong progress in development and is on track for its initial flight in mid-2020. The Vulcan Centaur rocket design leverages the proven success of the Delta IV and Atlas V launch vehicles while introducing advanced technologies and innovative features. "Vulcan Centaur will revolutionize spaceflight and

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



Pentagon awards over $1Bln for development of new rocket launch systems  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Oct 11, 2018 The US Department of Defense said in a press release on Wednesday that it has awarded more than $1 billion in contracts for launch system and rocket propulsion prototypes. The Defense Department explained in the release it awarded three contracts for launch system and rocket propulsion prototypes totaling about $1.05 billion. In particular, Pentagon awarded United Launch Services $96

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



SpaceX delays Israel's first lunar mission to early 2019  

Jerusalem (AFP) Oct 11, 2018 The Israeli organisation behind the country's first mission to the moon on Wednesday announced a delay in the vessel's launch from December to early 2019. SpaceIL said Elon Musk's SpaceX firm, whose rockets are set to carry the unmanned probe into space, had informed it of "a delay of a number of weeks to the beginning of 2019." SpaceIL stressed that the delay was SpaceX's decision, not

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



Researchers discover new type of stellar collision  

Minneapolis MN (SPX) Oct 11, 2018 For three and a half centuries, astronomers have pondered a mystery: What did the French monk and astronomer Pere Dom Anthelme see when he described a star that burst into view in June 1670, just below the head of the constellation Cygnus, the swan? It was long thought to be a nova - a star that periodically brightens as it blows off mass. But now, an international team of astrophysicists,

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



When debris overwhelms space  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Oct 11, 2018 We see more and more reports of debris concern among satellite operators and space observers. Add to this the many recent announcements of multiple broadband satellite constellations that are being funded and developed for launch in the next few years. Just focusing on low Earth orbits (LEO), there are an estimated 10,000 satellites in the works. SpaceX alone plans on launching over 4,000

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



Pentagon and Lockheed Martin Agree To Reduced F-35 Price in New Production Contract  

Fort Worth TX (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 The U.S. Department of Defense and Lockheed Martin have finalized an $11.5 billion contract for the production and delivery of 141 F-35 aircraft at the lowest per aircraft price in program history. For the eleventh consecutive year, the cost of an F-35A was lowered. The F-35A unit price including aircraft, engine and fee, is $89.2 million. This represents a 5.4 percent reduction from the $

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



A new path to solving a longstanding fusion challenge  

Boston MA (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 A class exercise at MIT, aided by industry researchers, has led to an innovative solution to one of the longstanding challenges facing the development of practical fusion power plants: how to get rid of excess heat that would cause structural damage to the plant. The new solution was made possible by an innovative approach to compact fusion reactors, using high-temperature superconducting

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2018-10-11 07:18:49



Branson says Virgin Galactic to launch space flight 'within weeks'  

Singapore (AFP) Oct 9, 2018 British entrepreneur Richard Branson said he expects his Virgin Galactic company to conduct its first space flight "within weeks, not months" in comments broadcast Tuesday. Speaking to CNBC in Singapore, the billionaire Virgin founder said the company was "more than tantalisingly close" to launching its first mission to space, and that he himself hoped to briefly leave Earth within "months n

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2018-10-10 11:09:37



Japan space tourist says moon training 'shouldn't be too hard'  

Tokyo (AFP) Oct 9, 2018 Billionaire Japanese tycoon and future space tourist Yusaku Maezawa's training to go the moon should not be too tricky, he joked Tuesday, adding that he planned to use free time from his six-hour work day to squeeze it in. The 42-year-old Maezawa paid an undisclosed sum for a ticket on fellow tycoon Elon Musk's SpaceX rocket around the moon as early as 2023 and the passionate art collector a

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2018-10-10 11:09:37



Space techpreneur to set up over $100m venture unit  

Bangkok, Thailand (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 James Yenbamroong revealed today his bold plan to establish a venture unit in 2019 in a move to go international and to create opportunities other than satellite communications. Yenbamroong, a satellite and space tech entrepreneur from Thailand, said that the planned venture unit will be set up next year in partnership with private investors to provide funds to startups and medium-sized co

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2018-10-10 11:09:37



NASA Study Connects Southern California, Mexico Faults  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 09, 2018 A multiyear study has uncovered evidence that a 21-mile-long (34-kilometer-long) section of a fault links known, longer faults in southern California and northern Mexico into a much longer continuous system. The entire system is at least 217 miles (350 kilometers) long. Knowing how faults are connected helps scientists understand how stress transfers between faults. Ultimately, this helps

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2018-10-10 11:09:37



Copper ions flow like liquid through crystalline structures  

Durham NC (SPX) Oct 09, 2018 Materials scientists have sussed out the physical phenomenon underlying the promising electrical properties of a class of materials called superionic crystals. A better understanding of such materials could lead to safer and more efficient rechargeable batteries than the current standard-bearer of lithium ion. Becoming a popular topic of study only within the past five years, superionic cr

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2018-10-10 11:09:37



The threat of Centaurs for the Earth  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 The astrophysicists Mattia Galiazzo and Rudolf Dvorak from the University of Vienna, in collaboration with Elizabeth A. Silber (Brown University, USA) investigated the long-term path development of Centaurs (solar system minor bodies which originally have orbits between Jupiter and Neptune). These researchers have estimated the number of close encounters and impacts with the terrestrial pl

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Vesta, Tell Us About the Childhood of the Solar System  

Rome, Italy (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 Investigating the earliest and least known phases of the history of the solar system, when the young Sun was still enveloped by the disk of gas and dust where its planets began to form, is probably one of the most complex challenges in modern planetary science. The celestial bodies formed at the time that survived intact to now are few and in the majority of cases their "memory" of the anc

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Hunt for Planet X reveals the Goblin, a faraway dwarf planet  

Washington (UPI) Oct 4, 2018 While searching for signs of Planet X, scientists have discovered a new dwarf planet candidate beyond Pluto. Astronomers dubbed the object "the Goblin." The dwarf planet's lengthy orbit is extremely oblong, sending the Goblin far away from Earth for most its 40,000-year-long trek around the sun. Scientists first spotted the dwarf planet, officially named 2015 TG387, around Hallow

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Construction of Europe's exoplanet hunter Plato begins  

Paris (ESA) Oct 05, 2018 The construction of ESA's Plato mission to find and study planets beyond our Solar System will be led by Germany's OHB System AG as prime contractor, marking the start of the full industrial phase of the project. The announcement was made this week at the 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany, where the contract was formally signed. The contract covers the deli

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



UN is only option in multilateral discussion of outer space  

London UK (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2018 Analysts have warned that the global space race is becoming more and more competitive. Peter Diamandis, Chairman of the X-Prize Foundation told the portal Axios that tycoons and political leaders are eager to pour billions into space exploration. Sputnik has discussed the competition in space with Dr. Gbenga Oduntan, an associate professor of international commercial law at the University

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



MASCOT Lander Completes Exploration of Asteroid Ryugu's Surface  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 It was a day full of exciting moments and a happy team of scientists and engineers: late in the afternoon of 3 October 2018, the German-French lander MASCOT completed its historic exploration of the surface of the asteroid Ryugu at 21:04 CEST, as its battery ran out. On-asteroid operations were originally scheduled to last 16 hours after separation from the Japanese mothercraft Hayabusa2.

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Painting cars for Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 10, 2018 When John Campanella's friend wanted his beloved Ferrari painted, he knew exactly who to call. After all, Campanella had been painting, pinstriping and even airbrushing flames on to cars, motorcycles, airplanes, 18-wheelers and guitars in his spare time for decades. But that's not why the Ferrari driver came to Campanella. He turned to him because John Campanella has been painting spacecra

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Lunar craters named in honor of Apollo 8  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 The newly named craters are visible in the foreground of the iconic Earthrise colour photograph taken by astronaut William Anders. It depicts the moment that our shiny blue Earth came back into view as the spacecraft emerged out of the dark from behind the grey and barren Moon. This is arguably the most famous picture taken by Apollo 8. It became iconic and has been credited with starting the en

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Surprising chemical complexity of Saturn's rings changing planet's upper atmosphere  

Lawrence KS (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 Political humorist Mark Russel once joked, "The scientific theory I like best is that the rings of Saturn are composed entirely of lost airline luggage." Well, there's no luggage, it turns out. But a new study appearing in Science based on data from the final orbits last year of NASA's Cassini spacecraft shows the rings of Saturn - some of the most visually stupendous objects in the univer

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



The stuff that planets are made of  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 Is there a second Earth out there in space? Our knowledge of planetary systems far, far away is increasing constantly, as new technologies continue to sharpen our gaze into space. To date, 3,700 planets have already been discovered outside our solar system. The planetary masses and radii of these exoplanets can be used to infer their mean density, but not their exact chemical composition a

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2018-10-10 00:01:50



Latest insights into Saturn's weird magnetic field only make things weirder  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 10, 2018 Some of the last data from the Cassini mission reveals more structure in Saturn's magnetic field, but still no answer as to how it formed. NASA's Cassini mission - with Imperial kit on board - took a series of daring dives between the planet and its inmost ring in September 2017 before burning up in the planet's atmosphere. A first analysis of the data from the magnetometer instrumen

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2018-10-10 00:01:50






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