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The electric sands of Titan  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 Experiments led by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology suggest the particles that cover the surface of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, are "electrically charged." When the wind blows hard enough (approximately 15 mph), Titan's non-silicate granules get kicked up and start to hop in a motion referred to as saltation. As they collide, they become frictionally charged, like a bal

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China to open first drone factory in Saudi Arabia  

Washington (UPI) Mar 27, 2017 China will soon construct the first unmanned aerial vehicle factory in the Middle East following a meeting with Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The New Arab reports Saudi Arabia granted the Chinese permission to move forward with the plan when the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology signed a partnership agreement with China Aerospace Science and Technology Co

2017-03-29 06:37:38
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X-Hab working seventh season of academic-aided innovation  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 Some of the newest tech that will make living on other worlds possible may come in part from research and imagination of college students working with NASA through a project called X-Hab that is entering its seventh year fostering cooperation between the space agency and universities around the country. Short for eXploration Systems and Habitation Academic Innovation Challenge, the X-Hab c

2017-03-29 06:25:33
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U.S. Air Force buys additional laser materials  

Washington (UPI) Mar 27, 2017 UES Inc. received a $48.7 million contract from the U.S. Air Force to research and develop laser materials. The contract supports the branch's Blue Systems Survivability program. Work will include research for advanced laser hardened materials and techniques. The U.S. Department of Defense says the goal of the research will be to develop a wide range of laser applications, but di

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Deep space gateway to open opportunities for distant destinations  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 NASA is leading the next steps into deep space near the moon, where astronauts will build and begin testing the systems needed for challenging missions to deep space destinations including Mars. The area of space near the moon offers a true deep space environment to gain experience for human missions that push farther into the solar system, access the lunar surface for robotic missions but with

2017-03-29 05:36:11
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'Ground Control' Arrives at Leicester University  

Leicester, UK (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 Scientists at the University of Leicester will be step closer to controlling their own satellite missions after a new satellite ground station dish is installed on 28 March. The University is installing a satellite ground station, a facility which orbiting spacecraft use to transmit their data back to Earth, on the roof of its Physics and Astronomy Building. It will mean that a 2.4 metre s

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Musk diving into minds while reaching for Mars  

San Francisco (AFP) March 28, 2017 Not content to reach for Mars and dethrone fossil fuels, tech entrepreneur Elon Musk on Tuesday is turning his focus to delving into people's minds. In a message fired off Tuesday on Twitter, Musk appeared to confirm he is creating a startup called Neuralink devoted to enabling brains to interface directly with computers, accessing processing power and perhaps even downloading memories for s

2017-03-29 05:15:28
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Researchers create artificial materials atom-by-atom  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 Researchers at Aalto University have manufactured artificial materials with engineered electronic properties. By moving individual atoms under their microscope, the scientists were able to create atomic lattices with a predetermined electrical response. The possibility to precisely arrange the atoms on a sample bring 'designer quantum materials' one step closer to reality. By arranging atoms in

2017-03-29 04:48:34
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Extreme space weather: Protecting our critical infrastructure  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 Extreme space weather has a global footprint and the potential to damage critical infrastructure on the ground and in space. A new report from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC) calls for bridging knowledge gaps and for better coordination at EU level to reduce the potential impact of space weather events. The sun shapes the space environment around the Earth. This so-ca

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CryoSat reveals Antarctica in 3D  

Paris (ESA) Mar 27, 2017 Around 250 million measurements taken by ESA's CryoSat over the last six years have been used to create a unique 3D view of Antarctica, offering a snapshot of the undulating surface of this vast ice sheet. CryoSat's radar altimeter detects tiny variations in the height of the ice across the entire continent, including on the steeper continental margins where the vast majority of ice losses occur

2017-03-29 03:19:37
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Planetary waves, first found on Earth, are discovered on sun  

Boulder CO (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 The same kind of large-scale planetary waves that meander through the atmosphere high above Earth's surface may also exist on the Sun, according to a new study led by a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). Just as the large-scale waves that form on Earth, known as Rossby waves, influence local weather patterns, the waves discovered on the Sun may be intimately

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U.S. Army studies 'third arm' device for soldiers  

Washington (UPI) Mar 27, 2017 The U.S. Army Research Laboratory is studying the use of a body-worn weapons mount for soldiers to carry and fire their weapons. The prototype mount is made of composite materials, weighs less than four pounds and is attached to a soldier's protective vest. "We're looking at a new way for the soldier to interface with the weapon," Zac Wingard, a mechanical engineer for the lab's

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Final two ExoMars landing sites chosen  

Paris (ESA) Mar 29, 2017 Two ancient sites on Mars that hosted an abundance of water in the planet's early history have been recommended as the final candidates for the landing site of the 2020 ExoMars rover and surface science platform: Oxia Planum and Mawrth Vallis. A primary technical constraint is that the landing site be at a suitably low level, so that there is sufficient atmosphere to help slow the landing module

2017-03-29 01:56:27
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ExoTerra to become first privately owned space company to fly to an asteroid  

Littleton CO (SPX) Mar 29, 2017 NASA has awarded ExoTerra Corporation a $2.5M contract to demonstrate a novel solar electric propulsion system for CubeSats that will enable the shoebox-sized spacecraft to triple their available power and produce over 2.5 km/s of propulsion. Under the "Utilizing Public-Private Partnerships to Advance Tipping Point Technologies" award, ExoTerra will use the mission-enabling capability to f

2017-03-29 01:52:06
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Satellites shed new light on earthquakes  

Paris (ESA) Mar 27, 2017 Satellite radar scans of last year's earthquake in New Zealand are changing the way we are thinking about earthquake hazards in regions where our planet's tectonic plates meet. The 7.8-magnitude quake that struck New Zealand's South Island near the town of Kaikoura on 14 November was one of the most comprehensively recorded earthquakes in history. Immediately after it, a team of scie

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Scientists find out where laser energy goes when a beam is fired into plasma  

Washington (UPI) Mar 23, 2017 Researchers in Scotland have figured out what happens to laser energy when a beam is fired into plasma. Plasma is the most abundant form of matter in the universe. When it is fully ionized, and the positive and negative charged particles separate, plasma can host powerful electronic and magnetic fields. Researchers can create plasma particle separation by hitting it with a laser

2017-03-28 07:58:02
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SBIRS satellite successfully transmitting first images  

Sunnyvale CA (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 From its final orbit location 22,000 miles above the equator, the third Lockheed Martin-built Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) satellite recently sent its first images back down to Earth, a milestone known as "first light." The satellite was launched on Jan. 20 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket and is the third in a series of Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) satellites that

2017-03-28 07:36:23
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Gravitational wave kicks monster black hole out of galactic core  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 Astronomers have uncovered a supermassive black hole that has been propelled out of the center of a distant galaxy by what could be the awesome power of gravitational waves. Though there have been several other suspected, similarly booted black holes elsewhere, none has been confirmed so far. Astronomers think this object, detected by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, is a very strong case. Weighin

2017-03-28 06:16:06
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Andromeda Galaxy's Bright X-ray Mystery Solved by NuSTAR  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 28, 2017 The Milky Way's closest neighbor [of comparable size], [the] Andromeda [galaxy], features a dominant source of high-energy X-ray emission, but its identity was mysterious until now. As reported in a new study, NASA's NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array) mission has pinpointed an object responsible for this high-energy radiation. The object, called Swift J0042.6+4112, is a possibl

2017-03-28 06:16:05
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Milky Way-like galaxies in early universe embedded in 'super halos'  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 By harnessing the extreme sensitivity of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), astronomers have directly observed a pair of Milky Way-like galaxies seen when the universe was only eight percent of its current age. These progenitors of today's giant spiral galaxies are surrounded by "super halos" of hydrogen gas that extend many tens-of-thousands of light-years beyond their dus

2017-03-28 05:51:24
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New portal to unveil the dark sector of the universe  

Seoul, South Korea (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 Once upon a time, the Universe was just a hot soup of particles. In those days, together with visible particles, other particles to us hidden or dark might have formed. Billions of years later scientists catalogued 17 types of visible particles, with the most recent one being the Higgs boson, creating the 'Standard Model'. However, they are still struggling to detect the hidden particles,

2017-03-28 05:42:45
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Where does laser energy go after being fired into plasma?  

Glasgow, Scotland (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 An outstanding conundrum on what happens to the laser energy after beams are fired into plasma has been solved in newly-published research at the University of Strathclyde. The study discovered that the same forces that produce a bubble in plasma in the laser-plasma wakefield accelerator produce two additional low-energy but high-charge electron beams simultaneously with a low charge high energy

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German scientists focus radiation of 10,000 suns with new light array  

Washington (UPI) Mar 23, 2017 Researchers in Germany are trying to use a massive light array to generate clean energy. This week, the scientists switched on their Synlight experiment, a collection of 149 film projector spotlights on steroids. Together the lights can generate the radiation of 10,000 suns, making the world's biggest solar simulator. When concentrated on a single point, the lights can produce temperatu

2017-03-28 05:23:06
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Astronomers find unexpected, dust-obscured star formation in distant galaxy  

Amherst MA (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 Pushing the limits of the largest single-aperture millimeter telescope in the world, and coupling it with gravitational lensing, University of Massachusetts Amherst astronomer Alexandra Pope and colleagues report that they have detected a surprising rate of star formation, four times higher than previously detected, in a dust-obscured galaxy behind a Frontier Fields cluster. As Pope explai

2017-03-28 05:01:07
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GUSTO Explorer Will Study Churning Chaos in Milky Way  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 NASA has selected a science mission that will measure emissions from the interstellar medium, which is the cosmic material found between stars. This data will help scientists determine the life cycle of interstellar gas in our Milky Way galaxy, witness the formation and destruction of star-forming clouds, and understand the dynamics and gas flow in the vicinity of the center of our galaxy.

2017-03-28 04:22:10
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Sunrise 2: A Second Look At The Sun  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 During its two flights in 2009 and 2013, the balloon-borne solar observatory Sunrise experienced a unique view of our Sun: from a height of more than 35 kilometers and equipped with the largest solar telescope that had ever left Earth, Sunrise was able to resolve structures with a size of 50 kilometers in the Sun's ultraviolet (UV) light. The journal Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series now d

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Astronomers identify purest, most massive brown dwarf  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 An international team of astronomers has identified a record breaking brown dwarf (a star too small for nuclear fusion) with the 'purest' composition and the highest mass yet known. The object, known as SDSS J0104+1535, is a member of the so-called halo - the outermost reaches - of our Galaxy, made up of the most ancient stars. The scientists report the discovery in Monthly Notices of the Royal

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Astronomers Observe Early Stages of Milky Way-like Galaxies  

Santa Cruz CA (SPX) Mar 28, 2017 For decades, astronomers have found distant galaxies by detecting the characteristic way their gas absorbs light from a bright quasar in the background. But efforts to observe the light emitted by these same galaxies have mostly been unsuccessful. Now, a team of astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile has observed emissions from two distant galaxies initially detecte

2017-03-28 02:03:33
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Happy Wanderer? Mysterious X-37B Space Plane Breaks Its Own Orbital Record  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 27, 2017 The US Air Force's super-secret Boeing X-37B mini space shuttle just broke its own orbital record of 674 days in space. The landing date for the apparatus remains undetermined. The X-37B robotic space plane's current machine incarnation, OTV-4, just broke its own record by staying in orbit for 675 days, at least one day longer than its predecessor, OTV-3. The fourth of the X-37B unmanned s

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Russia Hopes India to Join Initiative on Non-Deploying Weapons in Space  

New Delhi (XNA) Mar 27, 2017 Russia hopes India will join the Russian initiative on non-deployment of weapons in outer space, Russian Foreign Ministry's Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Department Director Mikhail Ulyanov said on Thursday. Ulyanov reminded that in 2004, Russia took a unilateral decision not to be the first to place weapons in outer space, setting a good example for other countries to follow suit.

2017-03-28 01:32:15
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The "Brain" of the Space Launch System RS-25 Engine Passes Critical Test  

Stennis Space Center, MS (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 An RS-25 rocket engine with a new flight-model engine controller and flight configuration software was tested for the first time at NASA's Stennis Space Center last week. Four RS-25 engines, manufactured by Aerojet Rocketdyne, a subsidiary of Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc., will help propel NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) rocket, America's next generation heavy-lift launch vehicle, and

2017-03-27 05:44:41
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China to launch new weather satellite in second half of 2017  

Beijing (XNA) Mar 27, 2017 China will launch a new meteorological satellite in the second half of this year, which will be capable of detecting auroras, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) announced Thursday. The satellite, the country's fourth Fengyun-III meteorological satellite, is expected to improve weather disaster forecasting ability as well as environmental monitoring. Compare

2017-03-27 04:56:04
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Ancient Art of Weaving Ready to Head to Mars and Beyond  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 Weaving processes created millennia ago are part of the most cutting-edge technology on NASA's Orion spaceship that may one day shield humans from heat as they ride all the way to Mars and back. That same technology is finding a home on Earth as well, enabling thicker, denser composite materials for race cars, among other applications. It started with a connection problem: there are points

2017-03-27 04:21:15
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Invention May Give Spacecraft Improved Damage Report  

Kennedy Space Center FL (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 There are few ways for astronauts to know exactly when the outside of their spacecraft has been damaged, but that may change in the future with an invention that acts like a sensory skin to pick up signs of damage in real-time. The invention uses a series of several technologies to create circuits printed on thin layers and that can be embedded in a spacecraft's structure, scientists behind the

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Juno Spacecraft Set for Fifth Jupiter Flyby  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 27, 2017 NASA's Juno spacecraft will make its fifth flyby over Jupiter's mysterious cloud tops on Monday, March 27, at 1:52 a.m. PDT (4:52 a.m. EDT, 8:52 UTC). At the time of closest approach (called perijove), Juno will be about 2,700 miles (4,400 kilometers) above the planet's cloud tops, traveling at a speed of about 129,000 miles per hour (57.8 kilometers per second) relative to the gas-giant p

2017-03-27 03:28:07
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OSIRIS-REx asteroid search tests instruments, science team  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 During an almost two-week search, NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission team activated the spacecraft's MapCam imager and scanned part of the surrounding space for elusive Earth-Trojan asteroids - objects that scientists believe may exist in one of the stable regions that co-orbits the sun with Earth. Although no Earth-Trojans were discovered, the spacecraft's camera operated flawlessly and demonstrated tha

2017-03-27 03:15:02
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Vietnam set to produce satellites by 2022  

Hanoi (XNA) Mar 27, 2017 Vietnam targets to self-develop Lotusat-2 by 2022 when its technical facilities for satellite research, assembly, integration and testing are ready to operate, according to the Vietnam National Satellite Center (VNSC). Pham Anh Tuan, director of VNSC, was quoted by local Nhan Dan (People) newspaper as saying on Friday that after developing one-kilogram PicoDragon, the first Vietnamese self

2017-03-27 03:07:21
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Bangladesh to join India's South Asia Satellite initiative  

Dhaka (IANS) Mar 27, 2017 Bangladesh has signed an agreement with India to formally join New Delhi's 'South Asia Satellite' initiative, through which the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will launch a communication satellite for serving the South Asia region. The agreement was inked by Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) Chairman Shahjahan Mahmood and Indian High Commissioner Harsh Va

2017-03-27 03:03:56
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NASA Selects High Performance Spaceflight Computing (HPSC) Processor Contract  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 NASA has selected Boeing Company in St. Louis for the High Performance Spaceflight Computing Processor (Chiplet) contract for the development of prototype Chiplet devices including packaged parts and bare die, a Chiplet behavioral model, Chiplet Evaluation Boards and System Software. This is a cost-plus fixed-fee contract with a total contract value of $26.6 million which includes five opt

2017-03-27 02:59:32
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UNSW scientists unveil a giant leap for anti-aging  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 UNSW researchers have made a discovery that could lead to a revolutionary drug that actually reverses ageing, improves DNA repair and could even help NASA get its astronauts to Mars. In a paper published in Science, the team identifies a critical step in the molecular process that allows cells to repair damaged DNA. Their experiments in mice suggest a treatment is possible for DNA da

2017-03-27 02:37:29
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Mars dust storm west of Opportunity starting to abate  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 27, 2017 Opportunity is just outside the rim of Endeavour Crater, heading to the gully, named 'Perseverance Valley.' The large regional dust storm to the west of the rover's site has started to abate, although there is still a lot of dust in the atmosphere and rover energy levels are affected. On Sol 4672 (March 16, 2017), Opportunity drove over 141 feet (43 meters) to the south. Owning to the elev

2017-03-27 02:05:40
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Turning to Chemistry for New "Computing" Concepts  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 As the complexity and volume of global digital data grows, so too does the need for more capable and compact means of processing and storing data. To address this challenge, DARPA has announced its Molecular Informatics program, which seeks a new paradigm for data storage, retrieval, and processing. Instead of relying on the binary digital logic of computers based on the Von Neumann archit

2017-03-27 01:36:50
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Surviving the long dark night of the Moon  

Paris (ESA) Mar 27, 2017 Designers of future Moon missions and bases have to contend with a chilling challenge: how might their creations endure the fortnight-long lunar night? ESA has arrived at a low-cost way of surviving. During prolonged night, when the surface is lit only by blue Earthlight, temperatures dip below -170+ C. Some locations at higher latitudes have shorter nights, though others have much longer

2017-03-27 01:35:34
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ANU leads public search for Planet X  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Mar 27, 2017 The Australian National University (ANU) is launching a search for a new major planet within our solar system, inviting anyone around the world with access to the Internet to help make the historic discovery. Anyone who helps find the so-called Planet X will work with ANU astronomers to validate the discovery through the International Astronomical Union. ANU astrophysicist Dr. Brad T

2017-03-26 17:56:30
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Spacewalking French, US astronauts begin upgrade to orbiting lab  

Miami (AFP) March 24, 2017 A French and an American astronaut floated outside the International Space Station Friday for a spacewalk to upgrade the orbiting outpost for the arrival of future space crews. The spacewalk by France's Thomas Pesquet, 39, and American Shane Kimbrough, 49, officially began at 7:24 am (1124 GMT) when the duo switched their spacesuits to internal battery power. Pesquet and Kimbrough worked

2017-03-26 07:58:16
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ALMA's Ability to See a "Cosmic Hole" Confirmed  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 Researchers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) successfully imaged a radio "hole" around a galaxy cluster 4.8 billion light-years away. This is the highest resolution image ever taken of such a hole caused by the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect (SZ effect). The image proves ALMA's high capability to investigate the distribution and temperature of gas around galaxy clusters t

2017-03-26 07:22:13
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Finding the 'ghost particles' might be more challenging than what we thought  

Seoul, South Korea (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Dubbed as "ghost particles," neutrinos have no electric charge and their masses are so tiny that they are difficult to observe. The sun, nuclear reactors, supernovae explosions create them, when their nuclei are going through a radioactive decay, known as beta decay. The Center for Underground Physics, within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) led the Neutrino Experiment for Oscillation at Sh

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UV background could provide clues to missing galaxies  

Durham UK (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Astronomers have developed a way to detect the ultraviolet (UV) background of the universe, which could help explain why there are so few small galaxies in the cosmos. UV radiation is invisible but shows up as visible red light when it interacts with gas. An international team of researchers led by Durham University, UK, has now found a way to measure it using instruments on Earth. The res

2017-03-26 06:26:55
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With astronomy rewind, citizen scientists will bring zombie astrophotos back to life  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A new citizen-science project will rescue tens of thousands of potentially valuable cosmic images that are mostly dead to science and bring them fully back to life. Called Astronomy Rewind, the effort, which launches this week, will take photographs, radio maps, and other telescopic images that have been scanned from the pages of dusty old journals and place them in context in digital sky atlase

2017-03-26 05:35:57
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Non-toxic material that generates electricity through hot and cold  

Salt Lake City UT (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 Thanks to the discovery of a new material by University of Utah engineers, jewelry such as a ring and your body heat could generate enough electricity to power a body sensor, or a cooking pan could charge a cellphone in just a few hours. The team, led by University of Utah materials science and engineering professor Ashutosh Tiwari, has found that a combination of the chemical elements cal

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Israel's David's Sling missile system to be operational in weeks  

Washington (UPI) Mar 21, 2017 David's Sling, Israel's developing mid-tier missile defense system, is set to become operational within weeks, according to local media reports. Once operational, the system will be used to supplement Israel's existing Iron Dome and Arrow missile defense systems. The new platform specializes in intercepting tactical ballistic missiles, medium to long-range rockets, and cruise missiles.

2017-03-26 04:48:26
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Hubble discovery of runaway star yields clues to breakup of multiple-star system  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 As British royal families fought the War of the Roses in the 1400s for control of England's throne, a grouping of stars was waging its own contentious skirmish - a star wars far away in the Orion Nebula. The stars were battling each other in a gravitational tussle, which ended with the system breaking apart and at least three stars being ejected in different directions. The speedy, wayward

2017-03-26 03:50:14
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Molecular 'treasure maps' to help discover new materials  

Southampton, UK (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Scientists at the University of Southampton working with colleagues at the University of Liverpool have developed a new method which has the potential to revolutionise the way we search for, design and produce new materials. The researchers used sophisticated computer modelling to map how molecules assemble and crystallise to form new materials - each molecule leading to a myriad of possib

2017-03-26 03:18:24
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Another reason to flip the off switch: light pollution  

Paris (AFP) March 24, 2017 For the 11th year running, cities worldwide will turn their lights off Saturday to mark Earth Hour in a global call to action on climate change. But the moment of darkness should also serve as a reminder, activists say, of another problem that gets far less attention: light pollution. More than 80 percent of humanity lives under skies saturated with artificial light, scientists recently

2017-03-26 03:11:36
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Video game study suggests people will remain calm as the world ends  

Washington (UPI) Mar 20, 2017 Many assume the world will end in chaos, a complete breakdown of the social order. The results of a new video game study suggest otherwise. Participants in a role-playing video game study engaged in acts of cooperation and assistance as their virtual world came to an end. Analysis of the virtual actions of 80,000 participants playing ArcheAge showed acts of violence were relatively rare

2017-03-26 03:08:31
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The foundation of aquatic life can rapidly adapt to global warming  

Exeter, UK (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Important microscopic creatures which produce half of the oxygen in the atmosphere can rapidly adapt to global warming, new research suggests. Phytoplankton, which also act as an essential food supply for fish, can increase the rate at which they take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen while in warmer water temperatures, a long-running experiment shows. Monitoring of one species, a green

2017-03-26 02:22:19
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Researchers use light to remotely control curvature of plastics  

Raleigh NC (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a technique that uses light to get two-dimensional (2-D) plastic sheets to curve into three-dimensional (3-D) structures, such as spheres, tubes or bowls. The advance builds on earlier work by the same research team, which focused on self-folding 3-D structures. The key advance here is that rather than having the plastic fold al

2017-03-26 01:43:31
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Astronomers hazard a ride in a 'drifting carousel' to understand pulsating stars  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 What sounds like a stomach-turning ride at an amusement park might hold the key to unravelling the mysterious mechanism that causes beams of radio waves to shoot out from pulsars - super-magnetic rotating stars in our Galaxy. New research from Curtin University, obtained using the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescope located in the Western Australian outback, suggests the answer could

2017-03-26 01:26:05
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AI helps capture a volcano's changing lava lake  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 23, 2017 One of our planet's few exposed lava lakes is changing, and artificial intelligence is helping NASA understand how. On January 21, a fissure opened at the top of Ethiopia's Erta Ale volcano - one of the few in the world with an active lava lake in its caldera. Volcanologists sent out requests for NASA's Earth Observing 1 (EO-1) spacecraft to image the eruption, which was large enough to begin re

2017-03-26 01:13:49
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PSI toolbox for research and exploration project funded for $5.5 million  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 The Planetary Science Institute has been awarded $5.5 million by NASA to be a research node of the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute (SSERVI) to advance basic and applied research for lunar and planetary science, and advance human exploration of the solar system. The node, known as the Toolbox for Research and Exploration (TREX) project, will be led by PSI Senior Scientis

2017-03-24 06:30:21
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When helium behaves like a black hole  

Burlington, VT (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A team of scientists has discovered that a law controlling the bizarre behavior of black holes out in space - is also true for cold helium atoms that can be studied in laboratories. "It's called an entanglement area law," says Adrian Del Maestro, a physicist at the University of Vermont who co-led the research. That this law appears at both the vast scale of outer space and at the tiny scale of

2017-03-24 06:25:48
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Giant magnetic fields in the universe  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Astronomers from Bonn and Tautenburg in Thuringia (Germany) used the 100-m radio telescope at Effelsberg to observe several galaxy clusters. At the edges of these large accumulations of dark matter, stellar systems (galaxies), hot gas, and charged particles, they found magnetic fields that are exceptionally ordered over distances of many million light-years. This makes them the most extended mag

2017-03-24 06:21:29
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Unravelling Earth's magnetic field  

Paris (ESA) Mar 23, 2017 ESA's Swarm satellites are seeing fine details in one of the most difficult layers of Earth's magnetic field to unpick - as well as our planet's magnetic history imprinted on Earth's crust. Earth's magnetic field can be thought of as a huge cocoon, protecting us from cosmic radiation and charged particles that bombard our planet in solar wind. Without it, life as we know it would not exist.

2017-03-24 06:03:56
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Futuristic clock prepared for space  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 23, 2017 No one keeps time quite like NASA. Last month, the space agency's next-generation atomic clock was joined to the spacecraft that will take it into orbit in late 2017. That instrument, the Deep Space Atomic Clock was developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. On Feb. 17, JPL engineers monitored integration of the clock on to the Surrey Orbital Test Bed spacecraft

2017-03-24 05:37:07
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Spacewalking French, US astronauts to upgrade orbiting lab  

Miami (AFP) March 24, 2017 A French and an American astronaut are scheduled to float outside the International Space Station Friday for a spacewalk aimed at upgrading the orbiting outpost for the arrival of future space crews. The spacewalk by France's Thomas Pesquet, 39, and American Shane Kimbrough, 49, will be the latest in a series of outings to install new docking ports for the next generation of commercial space

2017-03-24 05:04:34
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Breaks observed in Curiosity rover wheel treads  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 23, 2017 A routine check of the aluminum wheels on NASA's Curiosity Mars rover has found two small breaks on the rover's left middle wheel-the latest sign of wear and tear as the rover continues its journey, now approaching the 10-mile (16 kilometer) mark. The mission's first and second breaks in raised treads, called grousers, appeared in a March 19 image check of the wheels, documenting that these brea

2017-03-24 05:02:08
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Satellite launch shelved over strikes  

Paris (AFP) March 23, 2017 After three days of delays caused by worker strikes in French Guiana, rocket firm Arianespace opted Thursday to postpone indefinitely the launch of satellites for South Korean and Brazilian clients. At first scheduled for Tuesday, then the two following days, launch operators finally gave up and announced Thursday that the Ariane 5 rocket will remain grounded until further notice. The la

2017-03-24 04:54:51
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Rare-earths become water-repellent only as they age  

Basel, Switzerland (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Surfaces that have been coated with rare earth oxides develop water-repelling properties only after contact with air. Even at room temperature, chemical reactions begin with hydrocarbons in the air. In the journal Scientific Reports, researchers from the University of Basel, the Swiss Nanoscience Institute and the Paul Scherrer Institute report that it is these reactions that are responsible for

2017-03-24 04:39:54
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Breaking the supermassive black hole speed limit  

Los Alamos NM (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A new computer simulation helps explain the existence of puzzling supermassive black holes observed in the early universe. The simulation is based on a computer code used to understand the coupling of radiation and certain materials. "Supermassive black holes have a speed limit that governs how fast and how large they can grow," said Joseph Smidt of the Theoretical Design Division at Los A

2017-03-24 04:21:05
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NASA's SDO sees a stretch of spotless Sun  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 For 15 days starting on March 7, 2017, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, returned visible light images of a yolk-like spotless sun. This is the longest stretch of spotlessness since the last solar minimum in April 2010, indicating the solar cycle is marching on toward the next minimum, which scientists predict will occur between 2019-2020. The sun goes through a natural 11-y

2017-03-24 04:11:16
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ADATS could assist X-planes with large, super-fast data transmission  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A network and communication architecture that can more efficiently move data from research aircraft, while using half the bandwidth of traditional methods, could eventually also enable data collection of precise measurements needed for testing the next generation of X-planes. Called the Advanced Data Acquisition and Telemetry System, or ADATS, researchers at NASA Armstrong Flight Research

2017-03-24 04:06:48
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Quadruped robot exhibits spontaneous changes in step with speed  

Sendai, Japan (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 The research group of Professor Akio Ishiguro and Assistant Professor Dai Owaki of Tohoku University have, for the first time, successfully demonstrated that by changing only its parameter related to speed, a quadruped robot can spontaneously change its steps between energy-efficient patterns (gait transition phenomena). Until now, the manner in which changing speeds cause quadrupeds to ch

2017-03-24 03:42:22
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Scientists evade the Heisenberg uncertainty principle  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 State-of-the-art sensors, such as MRIs and atomic clocks, are capable of making measurements with exquisite precision. MRI is used to image tissues deep within the human body and tells us whether we might suffer from an illness, while atomic clocks are extremely precise timekeepers used for GPS, internet synchronization, and long baseline interferometry in radio-astronomy. One might think these

2017-03-24 03:25:57
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Tracing Aromatic Molecules in the Early Universe  

Riverside CA (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A UC Riverside-led team of astronomers have taken us a step closer to better understand the formation and destruction mechanisms of dust molecules in the distant universe. A molecule found in car engine exhaust fumes that is thought to have contributed to the origin of life on Earth has made astronomers heavily underestimate the amount of stars that were forming in the early Universe, a Universi

2017-03-24 02:12:13
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NASA's hybrid computer enables Raven's autonomous rendezvous capability  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 A hybrid computing system developed at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, is the enabling technology behind an ambitious experiment testing a relative navigation and autonomous docking capability known as Raven. Developed by the Satellite Servicing Projects Division, or SSPD, the carry-on luggage-sized module was launched February 19 aboard SpaceX's Dragon spacecraf

2017-03-23 07:49:30
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Ice in Ceres' shadowed craters linked to tilt history  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 23, 2017 Dwarf planet Ceres may be hundreds of millions of miles from Jupiter, and even farther from Saturn, but the tremendous influence of gravity from these gas giants has an appreciable effect on Ceres' orientation. In a new study, researchers from NASA's Dawn mission calculate that the axial tilt of Ceres - the angle at which it spins as it journeys around the sun - varies widely over the course of

2017-03-23 07:39:31
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Rocket Lab raises $75M in funding for scaling up production of electron rocket  

Huntington Beach CA (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Rocket Lab has announced closing a Series D financing round of $75 million (USD). The round was led by Data Collective, with additional investment from Promus Ventures and an undisclosed investor, and with renewed participation from Bessemer Venture Partners, Khosla Ventures and K1W1. The closure of the round brings the total funding Rocket Lab has received to date to $148 million, with the comp

2017-03-23 07:18:48
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India gets indigenously built hypersonic wind tunnel  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Mar 23, 2017 The Indian Space Research Organisation on Monday commissioned the world's third-largest hypersonic wind tunnel in Thiruvananthapuram. It will be put to use in optimizing the design and development of space transportation systems. Dedicated to the memory of noted scientist Satish Dhawan, the two facilities, a 1-meter Hypersonic Wind Tunnel and a 1-meter Shock Tunnel, will be used to study t

2017-03-23 07:01:23
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The many faces of Rosetta's comet 67P  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 23, 2017 Images returned from the European Space Agency's Rosetta mission indicate that during its most recent trip through the inner solar system, the surface of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko was a very active place - full of growing fractures, collapsing cliffs and massive rolling boulders. Moving material buried some features on the comet's surface while exhuming others. "As comets approach th

2017-03-23 06:53:20
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SES and Intersat to provide internet connectivity across Africa  

Luxembourg (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 SES and Intersat have signed a multi-year agreement to deliver internet services across Africa. Intersat, one of the largest providers of internet solutions on the African continent, will be providing broadband connectivity to businesses and consumers via SES's NSS-12 satellite, located at 57 degrees East. The latest agreement with SES includes a new C-band capacity lease, infrastructure s

2017-03-23 06:46:18
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Fledgling stars try to prevent their neighbors from birthing planets  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Newly formed stars are surrounded by a disc of dense gas and dust. This is called the protoplanetary disc, as material sticks together within it to form planets. Stars of different shapes and sizes are all born in huge star-forming regions. Scientists know that when a protoplanetary disc around a relatively small star is very close to a massive star, the larger star can evaporate parts of the pr

2017-03-23 05:25:20
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MAXUS - Europe's largest sounding rocket to be launched from Esrange  

Esrange, Sweden (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 At the beginning of April, Europe's largest sounding rocket will blast off from Esrange Space Center. For the first time in seven years, SSC is launching a MAXUS rocket carrying a payload that will provide microgravity conditions during 12 minutes to scientific research experiments. MAXUS 9 rocket measures 15.5 meters long, including payload and motor. The motor is now in place on the launch pad

2017-03-23 04:12:29
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NASA selects CubeSat, SmallSat mission concept studies  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 NASA has selected ten studies under the Planetary Science Deep Space SmallSat Studies (PSDS3) program, to develop mission concepts using small satellites to investigate Venus, Earth's moon, asteroids, Mars and the outer planets. For these studies, small satellites are defined as less than 180 kilograms in mass (about 400 pounds). CubeSats are built to standard specifications of 1 unit (U),

2017-03-23 04:03:37
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Does the universe have a rest frame?  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Physics is sometimes closer to philosophy when it comes to understanding the universe. Donald Chang from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, attempts to elucidate whether the universe has a resting frame. The results have recently been published in EPJ Plus. To answer this tricky question, he has developed an experiment to precisely evaluate particle mass. This is design

2017-03-23 03:56:33
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Russia, China could cooperate on developing reusable rockets  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 23, 2017 South China Morning Post reported that China is developing a rocket whose first stage will be designed to be reusable. Such a rocket will be capable of competing with the rocket designed by Elon Musks's SpaceX. Russian military expert Vasily Kashin spoke to Sputnik China about this development. China has not yet decided on the basic design of its returning rocket. What is known is that the

2017-03-23 02:55:08
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New study maps space dust in 3-D  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Berkeley Lab-led research raises new questions about properties of dust in local and distant reaches of Milky Way. Consider that the Earth is just a giant cosmic dust bunny-a big bundle of debris amassed from exploded stars. We Earthlings are essentially just little clumps of stardust, too, albeit with very complex chemistry. And because outer space is a very dusty place, that makes things

2017-03-23 02:20:06
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NASA taking first steps toward high-speed space internet  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) will help NASA understand the best ways to operate laser communications systems. They could enable much higher data rates for connections between spacecraft and Earth, such as scientific data downlink and astronaut communications. "LCRD is the next step in implementing NASA's vision of using optical communications for both near-Earth and

2017-03-23 01:35:51
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Satnavs 'switch off' parts of the brain  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Using a satnav to get to your destination 'switches off' parts of the brain that would otherwise be used to simulate different routes, reveals new UCL research. The study, published in Nature Communications and funded by Wellcome, involved 24 volunteers navigating a simulation of Soho in central London while undergoing brain scans. The researchers investigated activity in the hippocampus,

2017-03-23 01:16:54
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Spaceport America sets new record for student launched sounding rocket  

Spaceport America NM (SPX) Mar 23, 2017 Spaceport America and the University of Southern California Viterbi School of Engineering Rocket Propulsion Lab announced a record-breaking rocket launch took place at 9:23 am MST from Spaceport America's Vertical Launch Complex-1 on the East Campus in New Mexico on March 4, 2017. USC students and Alumni cheered alongside Spaceport America crewmembers as the Fathom II rocket soared past th

2017-03-23 01:15:12
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Delayed European rocket launch to go ahead after strike  

Paris (AFP) March 21, 2017 The planned launch Tuesday of a European Ariane 5 rocket to place two communications satellites into orbit has been delayed due to striking workers in French Guiana, the French launch company Arianespace said. The transfer of the rocket to its launch pad had already been postponed on Monday after striking workers erected a barricade of tyres and wooden pallets at the Kourou Space Center in F

2017-03-22 07:47:01
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New Hubble mosaic of the Orion Nebula  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 In the search for rogue planets and failed stars astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have created a new mosaic image of the Orion Nebula. During their survey of the famous star formation region, they found what may be the missing piece of a cosmic puzzle; the third, long-lost member of a star system that had broken apart. The Orion Nebula is the closest star formation reg

2017-03-22 07:46:14
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Russia probes murder of senior space official in jail  

Moscow (AFP) March 20, 2017 Russia on Monday investigated the murder of a senior space official in a Moscow prison cell as reports emerged that he died from a deep stab wound to the throat. Vladimir Yevdokimov, a 55-year-old executive director at the Russian state space agency, died while in detention on fraud charges over his previous role at MiG aircraft company, which makes fighter jets. A law enforcement source

2017-03-22 07:33:49
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Stem Cells Seem Speedier in Space  

Houston TX (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 Growing significant numbers of human stem cells in a short time could lead to new treatments for stroke and other health issues. Scientists are sending stem cells to the International Space Station to test whether these cells proliferate faster in microgravity without suffering any side effects. Therapeutic uses require hundreds of millions of stem cells and currently no efficient way exis

2017-03-22 07:11:11
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Mars Volcano, Earth's Dinosaurs Went Extinct About the Same Time  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 21, 2017 New NASA research reveals that the giant Martian volcano Arsia Mons produced one new lava flow at its summit every 1 to 3 million years during the final peak of activity. The last volcanic activity there ceased about 50 million years ago - around the time of Earth's Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction, when large numbers of our planet's plant and animal species (including dinosaurs) went extinct.

2017-03-22 06:33:14
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Russia takes swipe at US missile defence in South Korea  

Tokyo (AFP) March 20, 2017 Russia on Monday criticised the deployment of a US anti-missile system aimed at North Korea, saying it poses "serious risks" to the region. The US this month began installing the THAAD anti-missile system in South Korea in response to the North's intensifying ballistic missile development. Allies Washington and Seoul say it is for purely defensive purposes. China fears it could undermine

2017-03-22 05:59:04
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Trump, NASA and a rare consensus: mission to Mars  

Washington (AFP) March 21, 2017 President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed a law that said manned missions to deep space, including to Mars, would be the US space agency's main goal in the decades to come. According to the text - adopted by a rare unanimous vote in the Senate and House of Representatives - NASA will work toward the goal of "a crewed mission to Mars in the 2030s." The law also highlights the importance

2017-03-22 05:40:26
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COBALT Flight Demonstrations Fuse Technologies to Gain Precision Landing Results  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 Many regions in the solar system beckon for exploration, but they are considered unreachable due to technology gaps in current landing systems. The CoOperative Blending of Autonomous Landing Technologies (COBALT) project, conducted by NASA's Space Technology Mission Directorate's (STMD) and Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate, could change that. Through a flight campaign t

2017-03-22 05:20:46
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GPS navigation turns off part of the brain  

Washington (UPI) Mar 21, 2017 Following GPS or satnav instructions turns off part of the brain normally used for navigation, according to a new study. Researchers at University College London scanned the brains of 24 volunteers as they navigated a simulated version of the neighborhood of Soho in central London. Scientists focused their attention on the hippocampus, a brain region used for memory and navigation, and

2017-03-22 05:18:30
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9th Wideband Global SATCOM satellite expands military communications capabilities of US and Allies  

Cape Canaveral FL (SPX) Mar 21, 2017 Boeing's ninth Wideband Global SATCOM (WGS) satellite is now in orbit where it will provide the United States and six allied nations with increased communications capabilities to prevent, protect against and respond to attacks. The WGS-9 satellite was funded through an agreement between the United States and Canada, Denmark, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and New Zealand, and will also serve

2017-03-22 04:56:15
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Battle Lasers! US, Russia, China Develop Brighter Beams for Blasting Enemies  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 21, 2017 2017 has already seen a spate of bold statements by Russia and US officials about the development and testing of laser weapons in their countries; earlier this week, the US announced that it is preparing to test a new high-powered laser weapon which can be mounted on army trucks. On March 16, Lockheed Martin said that its new solid-state fiber laser can slice through targets with a record-

2017-03-22 04:40:55
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