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Deep mantle chemistry surprise: Carbon content not uniform  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 Even though carbon is one of the most-abundant elements on Earth, it is actually very difficult to determine how much of it exists below the surface in Earth's interior. Analysis by Carnegie's Marion Le Voyer and Erik Hauri of crystals containing completely enclosed mantle magma with its original carbon content preserved has doubled the world's known finds of mantle carbon. The findings are publ

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Opportunity Continues Its Journey South Along Crater Rim  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 18, 2017 Opportunity is located on the rim of Endeavour Crater, heading south along the rim. The near-term plan is to reach a valley called 'Willamette' where grooves are seen in orbital imagery. The rover had recently disturbed the surface soil during a challenging uphill drive and revealed some interesting bright material. The science team saw this as an opportunity to conduct some long ove

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Manchester scientists tie the tightest knot ever achieved  

Manchester UK (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Scientists at The University of Manchester have produced the most tightly knotted physical structure ever known - a scientific achievement which has the potential to create a new generation of advanced materials. The University of Manchester researchers, led by Professor David Leigh in Manchester's School of Chemistry, have developed a way of braiding multiple molecular strands enabling ti

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Scientists proposed a novel regional path tracking scheme for autonomous ground vehicles  

Beijing, China (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 For autonomous ground vehicles (AGVs), one of the most important issues is path tracking. Conventionally, steering and velocity control are generally two typical aspects in path tracking problem. Steering control is discussed in this manuscript because it is important to path tracking and related to vehicle lateral stability. Most of the existing algorithms are developed based on point-line vehi

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Galaxy murder mystery  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 It's the big astrophysical whodunnit. Across the Universe, galaxies are being killed and the question scientists want answered is, what's killing them? New research published by a global team of researchers, based at the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR), seeks to answer that question. The study reveals that a phenomenon called ram-pressure stripping is more prevale

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Probable cause and potential prevention of vision deterioration in space found  

Dallas TX (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 Vision deterioration in astronauts who spend a long time in space is likely due to the lack of a day-night cycle in intracranial pressure. But using a vacuum device to lower pressure for part of each day might prevent the problem, UT Southwestern Medical Center researchers said. Their study appears in the Journal of Physiology. A change in vision is the No. 1 health risk for astronauts who

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Clocks 'failed' onboard Europe's navigation satellites: ESA  

Paris (AFP) Jan 18, 2017 Europe's beleaguered Galileo satnav has suffered another setback, with clocks failing onboard a number of satellites in space, the European Space Agency said Wednesday. Designed to render Europe independent from America's GPS, the 10 billion-euro ($11 billion) project may experience further delays as the cause of the failure is investigated, ESA director general Jan Woerner told journalists in Paris.

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Iridium-1 NEXT Launched on a Falcon 9  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 SpaceX has successfully launched 10 satellites for Iridium Communications. This was the first of several such launches in the Iridium satellite replacement program. Many are calling this program a "tech refresh" and it may be the biggest of its kind in history. This was also a historical event for SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, because this is the first launch since an explosion occurred last f

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Seeing the quantum future literally  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 Scientists at the University of Sydney have demonstrated the ability to "see" the future of quantum systems, and used that knowledge to preempt their demise, in a major achievement that could help bring the strange and powerful world of quantum technology closer to reality. The applications of quantum-enabled technologies are compelling and already demonstrating significant impacts - espec

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NASA Glenn RED Team Helps EP+R Sterilize Ambulances  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 When a small business in Kent, Ohio was looking for help to advance one of their products, it came from an unexpected source. Emergency Products and Research (EP+R) designs and manufactures emergency medical products, such as straps, backboards/spineboards and rescue vests. In 2014, the firm saw a critical need in the industry to decontaminate and sterilize ambulance interiors between pati

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Mars Rover Curiosity Examines Possible Mud Cracks  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 18, 2017 Scientists used NASA's Curiosity Mars rover in recent weeks to examine slabs of rock cross-hatched with shallow ridges that likely originated as cracks in drying mud. "Mud cracks are the most likely scenario here," said Curiosity science team member Nathan Stein. He is a graduate student at Caltech in Pasadena, California, who led the investigation of a site called "Old Soaker," on lower M

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ALMA starts observing the sun  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 New images taken with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile have revealed otherwise invisible details of our Sun, including a new view of the dark, contorted centre of a sunspot that is nearly twice the diameter of the Earth. The images are the first ever made of the Sun with a facility where ESO is a partner. The results are an important expansion of the range o

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Presumed young star turns out to be a galactic senior citizen  

Bochum, Germany (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 49 Lib, a relatively bright star in the southern sky, is twelve billion years old rather than just 2.3 billion. For many decades, researchers were stumped by conflicting data pertaining to this celestial body, because they had estimated it as much younger than it really is. Determining its age anew, astronomers at Ruhr-Universitat Bochum (RUB) have now successfully resolved all inconsistencies.

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Successful Deep Space Maneuver for NASA's OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 18, 2017 New tracking data confirms that NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft aced its first Deep Space Maneuver (DSM-1) on Dec. 28, 2016. The engine burn sets up the spacecraft for an Earth gravity assist this fall as it continues its two-year journey to the asteroid Bennu. The large maneuver was the first using OSIRIS-REx's main engines and resulted in a 964 miles per hour (431 meters per second) change

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China's first cargo spacecraft to leave factory  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 18, 2017 China's first cargo spacecraft will leave the factory, according to the website of China's manned space mission. A review meeting was convened last Thursday, during which officials and experts unanimously concluded that the Tianzhou-1 cargo spacecraft had met all the requirements to leave the factory. The take-off weight of Tianzhou-1 is 13 tonnes and it can ship material of up to si

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How the darkness and the cold killed the dinosaurs  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 66 million years ago, the sudden extinction of the dinosaurs started the ascent of the mammals, ultimately resulting in humankind's reign on Earth. Climate scientists now reconstructed how tiny droplets of sulfuric acid formed high up in the air after the well-known impact of a large asteroid and blocking the sunlight for several years, had a profound influence on life on Earth. Plants die

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SAGE III to Provide Highly Accurate Measurements of Atmospheric Gases  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 The International Space Station (ISS) will soon get an important tool to investigate the Earth's upper atmosphere capable of conducting highly accurate measurements of aerosols and gaseous constituents in the stratosphere and troposphere. The Stratospheric Aerosol and Gas Experiment III (SAGE III) will study ozone, aerosols, water vapor, and other atmospheric gases to help us better understand t

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exactEarth reports initial launch for its second generation real-time constellation  

Cambridge, Canada (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 exactEarth Ltd. reports the successful launch of four hosted payloads for its next generation constellation, exactView RT powered by Harris. Launched aboard an Iridium NEXT satellite on SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, these hosted maritime payloads are now being commissioned and are expected to be brought into service within the next four months.

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Catching Cassini's call  

Paris (ESA) Jan 17, 2017 This week, ESA deep-space radio dishes on two continents are listening for signals from the international Cassini spacecraft, now on its final tour of Saturn. ESA's sensitive tracking antennas at New Norcia, Western Australia, and Malargue, Argentina, are being called in to help with crucial observations during Cassini's last months in orbit, dubbed the 'Grand Finale'. The Cassini-Huygens

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Study tracks 'memory' of soil moisture  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 The top 2 inches of topsoil on all of Earth's landmasses contains an infinitesimal fraction of the planet's water - less than one-thousandth of a percent. Yet because of its position at the interface between the land and the atmosphere, that tiny amount plays a crucial role in everything from agriculture to weather and climate, and even the spread of disease. The behavior and dynamics of t

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Astronomy prof, student predict explosion that will change the night sky  

Grand Rapids, MI (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 Calvin College professor Larry Molnar and his students along with colleagues from Apache Point Observatory (Karen Kinemuchi) and the University of Wyoming (Henry Kobulnicky) are predicting a change to the night sky that will be visible to the naked eye. At 10:15 a.m. CST on Friday, January 6, a press briefing will be held at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center (Austin 5) where Molnar

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Baboons produce vocalizations comparable to vowels  

Paris, France (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Baboons produce vocalizations comparable to vowels. This is what has been demonstrated by an international team coordinated by researchers from the Gipsa-Lab (CNRS/Grenoble INP/Grenoble Alpes University), the Laboratory of Cognitive Psychology (CNRS/AMU), and the Laboratory of Anatomy at the University of Montpellier, using acoustic analyses of vocalizations coupled with an anatomical study of t

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Astrophysicists Discover Dimming of Binary Star  

Notre Dame IN (SPX) Jan 17, 2017 A team of University of Notre Dame astrophysicists led by Peter Garnavich, professor of physics, has observed the unexplained fading of an interacting binary star, one of the first discoveries using the University's Sarah L. Krizmanich Telescope. The binary star, FO Aquarii, located in the Milky Way galaxy and Aquarius constellation about 500 light-years from Earth, consists of a white dwa

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NIST physicists 'squeeze' light to cool microscopic drum below quantum limit  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have cooled a mechanical object to a temperature lower than previously thought possible, below the so-called "quantum limit." The new NIST theory and experiments, described in the Jan. 12, 2017, issue of Nature, showed that a microscopic mechanical drum - a vibrating aluminum membrane - could be cooled to less than one

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Eugene Cernan, last man to walk on moon, dead at 82  

Washington (AFP) Jan 16, 2017 US astronaut Eugene Cernan, the last man to set foot on the moon, died Monday at age 82, NASA and his family announced. Cernan was the spacecraft commander of Apollo 17 - his third space flight and the last scheduled US manned mission to the moon - in December 1972. "We are saddened by the loss of retired NASA astronaut Gene Cernan, the last man to walk on the moon," the US space agenc

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Russia-China Joint Space Studies Center May Be Created in Southeastern Russia  

Krasnoyarsk (Sputnik) Jan 17, 2017 A joint-working space center of Russian and Chinese specialists could be built in Russia's southeastern Zabaikalsky Territory, the press service of the region's head said Monday in a statement. A center for joint work of Russian and Chinese specialists in the sphere of space studies could be built in Russia's southeastern Zabaikalsky Territory as a part of the comprehensive plan of the reg

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Cheery robots may make creepy companions, but could be intelligent assistants  

University Park PA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Cheery robots may give people the creeps and serious robots may actually ease anxiety depending on how users perceive the robot''s role in their lives, according to an international team of researchers. In a study of robot use in a retirement home, senior citizens were more likely to consider an assistant robot as socially attractive and intelligent when they thought its demeanor was cheer

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Italy joins EUROSAM's Aster 30 B1NT program  

Rome (UPI) Jan 13, 2017 EUROSAM, a consortium formed by Thales Group and MBDA Systems, has formally welcomed Italy to its Aster 30 Block 1 NT program. The B1NT program is an effort supported by the French and Italian defense ministries to develop new technology for the Aster missile in addition to modernizing SAMP/T systems currently in service. "The Italian notification strengthens the Aster program we

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Unusual physics phenomenon could improve telecoms, computing  

San Diego CA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Researchers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated the world's first laser based on an unconventional wave physics phenomenon called bound states in the continuum. The technology could revolutionize the development of surface lasers, making them more compact and energy-efficient for communications and computing applications. The new BIC lasers could also be developed as high

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Researchers use nature's weaving formula to engineer advanced functional materials  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 For the first time, UNSW biomedical engineers have woven a 'smart' fabric that mimics the sophisticated and complex properties of one nature's ingenious materials, the bone tissue periosteum. Having achieved proof of concept, the researchers are now ready to produce fabric prototypes for a range of advanced functional materials that could transform the medical, safety and transport sectors

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UAV performs first ever perched landing using machine learning algorithms  

Bristol UK (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 The very first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to perform a perched landing using machine learning algorithms has been developed in partnership with the University of Bristol and BMT Defence Services (BMT). The revolutionary development of a fixed wing aircraft that can land in a small or confined space has the potential to significantly impact intelligence-gathering and the delivery of aid in a h

2017-01-15 21:19:53
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SBIRS GEO Flight 3 encapsulated for launch  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 The U.S. Air Force's next Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Geosynchronous Earth Orbit (GEO) satellite, built by Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), was encapsulated on Jan. 7 at Cape Canaveral, Florida, where it will launch on Jan. 19 aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket. Encapsulation refers to the sealing of the satellite in a protective launch vehicle fairing-one of the last steps a sat

2017-01-15 20:23:18
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'Hidden Figures' soars in second week atop box office  

Los Angeles (AFP) Jan 15, 2017 "Hidden Figures," a story about three black women mathematicians who helped NASA put the first men in space, soared into its second week atop the box office, industry estimates for North America showed on Sunday. The Fox film, a biographical comedy-drama based on a book of the same name, stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer and Janelle Monae, whose characters must deal with segregation in

2017-01-15 15:47:02
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NASA research is key to future of air transportation  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 In the future, aircraft will consume half as much fuel compared to today, generate one-fourth the emissions they do now, fly so quietly that airport neighbors won't hear annoying noise and fly passengers at supersonic speeds while burning biofuels. We will see advanced drones, personal air vehicles, and air taxis on demand. All of this and more offers a snapshot of a very possible future t

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Sentinel-2B launch preparations off to a flying start  

Paris (ESA) Jan 13, 2017 Some of us may be easing ourselves gently into the New Year, but for the team readying Sentinel-2B for liftoff on 7 March it's full steam ahead. On 5 January, the satellite was shipped from ESA's site in the Netherlands - where it had been undergoing testing since June - and arrived safe and sound in French Guiana the following day. The Sentinel-2 mission is designed as two satellites work

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Textron begins testing Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle  

Washington (UPI) Jan 11, 2017 Textron Systems Unmanned Systems began on-water testing for the 4th-generation Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle, a project for the U.S. Navy. The testing support's the U.S. Navy's Unmanned Influence Sweep System program. Textron Systems received a $33.8 million contract in October 2014 to provide a vessel for the project. The Navy tasked the company with designing, developing and qualify

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Robots need 'kill switches', warn Euro MPs  

Brussels (AFP) Jan 12, 2017 The unstoppable rise of robots in our everyday lives requires urgent EU rules such as "kill switches", European Parliament members warned Thursday as they passed a resolution urging Brussels into action on automaton ethics. Mady Delvaux, a Socialist MEP from Luxembourg, led the campaign and warned that Europe is passively standing by as robots take an increasingly powerful role that will gro

2017-01-15 11:17:04
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Oregon deploys DT Research Rugged Tablets for Construction Projects  

San Jose CA (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 DT Research, the leading designer and manufacturer of purpose-built computing solutions for vertical markets, this week announced the successful deployment of the DT391GS Rugged GNSS Tablets for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). The DT391GS tablets with Intel Celeron Dual Core Processors are used as Inspector Positioning Tablets with the critical hardware and software needed

2017-01-15 11:09:18
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Ruptured oxidant tank likely cause of Progress accident  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 13, 2017 A ruptured oxidant tank on the third stage of a carrier rocket most likely caused a recent accident involving a Russian Progress cargo spacecraft, Russia's space corporation Roscosmos said Wednesday. The Progress MS-04 space freighter burned up in the atmosphere and its debris fell in south Siberia's Tuva Republic after a faulty launch on board a Soyuz-U carrier rocket on December 1.

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NASA plans another busy year for earth science fieldwork  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 NASA scientists are crisscrossing the globe in 2017 - from a Hawaiian volcano to Colorado mountain tops and west Pacific islands - to investigate critical scientific questions about how our planet is changing and what impacts humans are having on it. Field experiments are an important part of NASA's Earth science research. Scientists worldwide use the agency's field data, together with sat

2017-01-15 06:40:38
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Our galaxy's black hole is spewing out planet-size 'spitballs'  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Every few thousand years, an unlucky star wanders too close to the black hole at the center of the Milky Way. The black hole's powerful gravity rips the star apart, sending a long streamer of gas whipping outward. That would seem to be the end of the story, but it's not. New research shows that not only can the gas gather itself into planet-size objects, but those objects then are flung througho

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French, US astronauts install batteries outside space station  

Miami (AFP) Jan 13, 2017 French astronaut Thomas Pesquet floated into space on his first-ever spacewalk Friday, and helped install three new, refrigerator-sized lithium-ion batteries to upgrade the power system at the International Space Station. Wearing a white spacesuit with the French flag emblazoned on one shoulder, Pesquet and US astronaut Shane Kimbrough switched on their spacesuits' internal battery power to

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China receives imagery from high-resolution remote sensing satellites  

Beijing (XNA) Jan 13, 2017 China has received images from a pair of 0.5-meter high-resolution remote sensing satellites launched in late December last year, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) said Wednesday. Tourists were seen visiting the Potala Palace in Tibet Autonomous Region in the captured images. The satellites, SuperView-1 01/02, on the back of a Long March 2D rocket lifted o

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Japan aborts mini-rocket mission shortly after liftoff  

Tokyo (AFP) Jan 15, 2017 Japan's space agency Sunday aborted a mission to use a mini-rocket to send a satellite into orbit after the spacecraft stopped sending data to ground control shortly after liftoff. The SS-520 rocket, which stands around the size of a power pole, lifted off at 8:33 am (2333 GMT) into a clear sky at the Uchinoura Space Centre in southern Kagoshima Prefecture. The rocket, regarded as one of

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Britain sets out legal basis for drone killings  

London (AFP) Jan 11, 2017 Britain on Wednesday set out the legal basis for drone strikes against terror suspects overseas, saying new technology meant some terror attacks were developing too quickly for traditional law enforcement to react. Attorney General Jeremy Wright, the government's top legal officer, said international law must adapt to "changing times" where social media was used to inspire and train militant

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SpaceX launches, lands rocket for first time since Sept blast  

Washington DC (AFP) Jan 15, 2017 SpaceX on Saturday successfully launched and landed its first unmanned Falcon 9 rocket since a costly and complicated launchpad explosion in September. "Liftoff of the Falcon 9," a SpaceX commentator said as the tall white rocket launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California at 9:54 am (1754 GMT), carrying a payload of 10 satellites for Iridium, a mobile and data communications com

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A dozen and one neutron stars  

Hannover, Germany (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 With the help of tens of thousands of volunteers the distributed computing project Einstein@Home discovers 13 new gamma-ray pulsars An analysis that would have taken more than a thousand years on a single computer has found within one year more than a dozen new rapidly rotating neutron stars in data from the Fermi gamma-ray space telescope. With computing power donated by volunteers from a

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ISRO set to increase vehicle capacity to accommodate more space launches  

Bengaluru, India (IANS) Jan 13, 2017 India would maximise its rocket capability to launch more satellites for maximum return on investment, its space agency chief said on Wednesday. "By launching 103 satellites together using one rocket next month, we are trying to maximise its capability and optimally utilise it for maximum return on investment," Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) Chairman A.S. Kiran Kumar told report

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Looking for life in all the right places with the right tool  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Researchers have invented a range of instruments from giant telescopes to rovers to search for life in outer space, but so far, these efforts have yielded no definitive evidence that it exists beyond Earth. Now scientists have developed a new tool that can look for signs of life with 10,000 times more sensitivity than instruments carried on previous spaceflight missions. Their report appears in

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Farthest stars in Milky Way might be ripped from another galaxy  

Boston MA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 The 11 farthest known stars in our galaxy are located about 300,000 light-years from Earth, well outside the Milky Way's spiral disk. New research by Harvard astronomers shows that half of those stars might have been ripped from another galaxy: the Sagittarius dwarf. Moreover, they are members of a lengthy stream of stars extending one million light-years across space, or 10 times the width of o

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Russia Works on New-Generation Space Radio Intelligence System  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2017 Russia's Defense Ministry continues to develop the Liana Electronic Intelligence Program (ELINT) using Lotos-S satellites, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Tuesday. Lotos-S and Pion-NKS radio surveillance satellites are planned to replace two aged Soviet Tselina satellites and create the upgraded ELINT system for land and sea military surveillance. The electronic intelligence will be ca

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York Space Systems signs Cooperative Research and Development Agreement  

Denver CO (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 York Space Systems, an aerospace company specializing in complete space segment customer solutions and the manufacture of small and medium class spacecraft, this week announced the execution of a Cooperative Research And Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), supporting the deployment of the Harbinger Mission. Under the Agreement, York Sp

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Japan delays launch of mini-rocket amid bad weather  

Tokyo, Japan (XNA) Jan 13, 2017 Japanese space agency on Wednesday postponed the launch of an experimental rocket due to adverse weather conditions. The modified sounding rocket SS-520, to be the world's smallest rocket to put an object in orbit, was scheduled to take off on Wednesday morning from the Uchinoura Space Center in Japan's southwestern Kagoshima Prefecture. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

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Keck Cosmic Web Imager Ships from Caltech to Keck Observatory  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 An instrument designed to image the vast web of gas that connects galaxies in the universe shipped early this morning, Jan. 12, from Los Angeles to Hawaii, where it will be integrated into the W. M. Keck Observatory. The instrument, called the Keck Cosmic Web Imager, or KCWI, was designed and built by a team at Caltech led by Professor of Physics Christopher Martin. It will be one of the b

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CU Boulder to lead operations for NASA black holes mission  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 University of Colorado Boulder students and professionals will operate an upcoming NASA mission that will investigate the mysterious aspects of some of the most extreme and exotic astronomical objects like stellar and supermassive black holes, neutron stars and pulsars. Objects such as black holes can heat surrounding gases to more than a million degrees, causing high-energy emissions in t

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The moon is older than scientists thought  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 A UCLA-led research team reports that the moon is at least 4.51 billion years old, or 40 million to 140 million years older than scientists previously thought. The findings - based on an analysis of minerals from the moon called zircons that were brought back to Earth by the Apollo 14 mission in 1971 - are published Jan. 11 in the journal Science Advances. The moon's age has been a hotly d

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UK-Led Hydrogen Fuel Project Promises to Provide Ultra-Clean Air in China  

Liverpool, UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 A UK company has been selected to lead a collaborative project that promises to result in significant carbon reduction and ultra-low air quality emissions for thousands of vehicles in China within the next 10 years. Liverpool based ULEMCo, arguably the UK's most experienced integrator of H2 systems for transport, has received grant funding via Innovate UK from the cross Government Newton Fund. T

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Tough drone market forces layoffs at French maker Parrot  

Paris (AFP) Jan 10, 2017 Shares in French drone manufacturer Parrot crashed more than 17 percent on Tuesday after the group announced mass job cuts, signalling an end to years of expansion in the new technology market. The Paris-based company said Monday it would make 290 out of 840 workers redundant in its drone division because fierce competition and falling prices deepened its losses. As well as facing compet

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U.S. Air Force prepares SBIRS satellite for launch  

Cape Canaveral, Fla. (UPI) Jan 10, 2017 The U.S. Air Force has encapsulated its Space Based Infrared System satellite in preparation for the craft's planned launch. The satellite, built by Lockheed Martin, is scheduled to be launched aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket on Jan. 19. The system will be sealed in a protective cone, the last step satellites must undergo before launch. The Space Based Infrared Sys

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NASA showcases spaceflight, robotics and autonomous systems technology at CES 2017  

Washington DC (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Joining industry technology leaders, NASA hosted a booth at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Jan. 5-9, 2017, to display and discuss its advanced technologies for human and robotic space exploration and to showcase technology transfer to self-driving cars. For the second time, NASA exhibited mockups of the Space Launch System (SLS), which will carry the Orion crew explorati

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The dust never settles on the Space Station  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 When your house gets dusty, the dust settles, falling down to lower surfaces, awaiting your attention with the vacuum cleaner or duster. Not so on the International Space Station. Like any home, it gets dusty, but the particles don't settle...they float. And that's a problem for astronauts living and working there. Dust can get in their eyes and nose causing irritation and allergic reactio

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EchoStar 19 positioned in orbital slot  

Germantown MD (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Hughes Network Systems reports that it has begun system level testing of its new EchoStar XIX satellite - the world's highest capacity broadband satellite - following successful placement into its permanent geosynchronous orbital slot at 97.1 West longitude. Designed with Hughes JUPITER System high-throughput technology, EchoStar XIX is a multi-spot beam, Ka-band satellite that will power

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NASA Study Finds a Connection Between Wildfires and Drought  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 For centuries drought has come and gone across northern sub-Saharan Africa. In recent years, water shortages have been most severe in the Sahel-a band of semi-arid land situated just south of the Sahara Desert and stretching coast-to-coast across the continent, from Senegal and Mauritania in the west to Sudan and Eritrea in the east. Drought struck the Sahel most recently in 2012, triggering foo

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China launches commercial rocket mission Kuaizhou-1A  

Jiuquan (XNA) Jan 10, 2017 The rocket Kuaizhou-1A (KZ-1A) has sent three satellites into space in its first commercial mission on Monday. The rocket, carrying the satellite JL-1 and two CubeSats XY-S1 and Caton-1, blasted off from northwestern China's Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center at around 12:11 p.m. Monday Beijing Time, according to a statement from the center. The KZ-1A was developed from the Kuaizhou-1 r

2017-01-12 03:49:58
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China to set up gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet  

Lhasa Tibet (XNA) Jan 10, 2017 China is working to set up the world's highest altitude gravitational wave telescopes in Tibet Autonomous Region to detect the faintest echoes resonating from the universe, which may reveal more about the Big Bang. Construction has started for the first telescope, code-named Ngari No.1, 30 km south of Shiquanhe Town in Ngari Prefecture, said Yao Yongqiang, chief researcher with the Nationa

2017-01-12 03:34:37
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Retroviruses 'almost half a billion years old'  

Oxford, UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Retroviruses - the family of viruses that includes HIV - are almost half a billion years old, according to new research by scientists at Oxford University. That's several hundred million years older than previously thought and suggests retroviruses have ancient marine origins, having been with their animal hosts through the evolutionary transition from sea to land. The findings, reported i

2017-01-12 03:29:11
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AAI Corporation selected for unmanned aircraft ISR services  

Washington (UPI) Jan 10, 2017 The U.S. Special Operations Command has awarded AAI Corporation with a $475 million contract for mid-endurance unmanned aircraft system services. Under the contract, the company will be tasked with supporting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance capabilities for unmanned aircraft at multiple locations around the globe. AAI received the contract award as a result of a co

2017-01-12 03:03:04
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Russian Defense Ministry discusses aircraft modernization plans  

Moscow (UPI) Jan 10, 2017 Russian defense officials discussed modernization efforts for the country's Tu-160 bomber and several spacecraft during a recent teleconference. The meeting was held by Russian Defense Minister General of the Army Sergei Shoigu alongside other military leaders. Attendants discussed ideas for upgrading the Krasmash company's technological capabilities in addition to Tu-160 strategic bomb

2017-01-12 02:43:03
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Milky Way's most distant stars were likely stolen  

Cambridge, Mass. (UPI) Jan 11, 2017 At least five of the 11 most distant stars in the Milky Way were likely stolen from another galaxy, Harvard astronomers suggest. The stars of interest are all 300,000 light-years away, outside our galaxy's spiral disk. Researchers believe the stars are part of a slow but steady flow of cosmic material being pulled from the Sagittarius dwarf, one of many mini-galaxies circling the Milky

2017-01-12 02:31:55
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Huygens: 'Ground Truth' From an Alien Moon  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jan 13, 2017 After a two-and-a-half-hour descent, the metallic, saucer-shaped spacecraft came to rest with a thud on a dark floodplain covered in cobbles of water ice, in temperatures hundreds of degrees below freezing. The alien probe worked frantically to collect and transmit images and data about its environs - in mere minutes its mothership would drop below the local horizon, cutting off its link to the

2017-01-12 02:08:26
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Insitu contracted for additional Blackjack aircraft  

Washington (UPI) Jan 10, 2017 Insitu has received a $70 million contract modification to deliver six additional Lot I RQ-21A Blackjack unmanned aircraft systems to the U.S. Navy. The order includes three Blackjack systems for the Navy and three more for the U.S. Marine Corps. Each system is comprised of unmanned aircraft, ground control stations, multi-mission plug-and-play payloads, and additional supporting equipm

2017-01-12 02:06:51
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Photons Struggle to Escape Distant Galaxies  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Astronomers led by David Sobral and Jorryt Matthee, of the Universities of Lancaster in the UK and Leiden in the Netherlands, respectively, have discovered giant halos around early Milky Way type galaxies, made of photons (elementary particles of light) that have struggled to escape them. The team reports its findings in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. In ord

2017-01-12 02:02:42
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Airbus launches "Enter the SpaceDataHighway" challenge  

Paris, France (SPX) Jan 13, 2017 Transmitting large volumes of data in near real time through space at a rate of 1.8 gigabytes per second based on laser technology since November 23rd, the "SpaceDataHighway" is one of the most ambitious and forward-looking communication systems in operation today. To foster further innovation and enlarge the application portfolio, Airbus is issuing a call for ideas for the "Enter the Spac

2017-01-12 01:54:25
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China turns to robots as workers age  

Wuzhen, China (AFP) Jan 12, 2017 Flat, orange robots glide under stationary cars and ferry them to empty Chinese parking bays, using space more efficiently and, their creators say, reducing driver stress. It is one of a number of elegant - and expensive - mechanical solutions China is turning to as it faces an ageing population, which, even in the world's most populous country, is making workers harder to come by. Wit

2017-01-12 01:37:51
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Pentagon's Mystery Space Plane Stays in Orbit for 600 Days  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2017 The X-37B space plane, a mysterious unmanned craft belonging to the US Air Force, is closing in on a program record for time spent in orbit, after spending 600 days in space. The orbital test vehicle (OTV) was launched in May 2015, from Cape Canaveral in Florida, detaching from an Atlas V rocket. This marks the X-37B program's fourth mission and, if the craft spends 75 more days skyward, it will break the OTV-3 orbital record of 675 days.

2017-01-12 01:35:35
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Textron continues logistical support for tactical drones  

Hunt Valley, Md. (UPI) Jan 10, 2017 The U.S. military is to receive continued contractor logistical support for Shadow tactical unmanned aerial systems from Textron Systems Support Solutions. The contract from the U.S. Army is worth $206 million and covers the period from November through 2018. "Support Solutions has been the chosen CLS contractor for the U.S. Army's CLS contract since 2005, and we are proud to con

2017-01-12 01:15:59
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Next-generation optics offer the widest real-time views of vast regions of the sun  

Newark, NJ (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 A groundbreaking new optical device, developed at NJIT's Big Bear Solar Observatory (BBSO) to correct images of the Sun distorted by multiple layers of atmospheric turbulence, is providing scientists with the most precisely detailed, real-time pictures to date of solar activity occurring across vast stretches of the star's surface. The observatory's 1.6-meter New Solar Telescope can now pr

2017-01-10 22:46:02
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Real time imaging and transcriptome analysis of medaka aboard space station  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Space travel in a reduced gravity environment can have lasting effects on the body. For example, researches clearly show that astronauts undergo a significant drop in bone mineral density during space missions, but the precise molecular mechanisms responsible for such changes in bone structure are unclear. Now, Akira Kudo at Tokyo Tech, together with scientists in Japan in support of other

2017-01-10 22:06:38
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Asteroid buzzes Earth  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2017 On Monday morning Earth barely escaped being struck by a newly-discovered asteroid dubbed 2017 AG13.The asteroid, belonging to the Aten group of asteroids between 11 and 34 meters in diameter, was spotted by scientists at the University of Arizona-based Catalina Sky Survey just two days before the close flyby, primarily due to its low reflectivity and 16-kilometer-per-second speed. AG13 bu

2017-01-10 20:05:54
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NASA's Newly Announced Mission Could Solve the Mystery of Water on Asteroid Psyche  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Discovered in 1852 by Italian astronomer Annibale de Gasparis, Psyche is one of the ten most-massive asteroids in the asteroid belt. Although Psyche is thought to be a world made of metal, scientists have recently found the presence of water on this minor planet. The new findings which baffled researchers, could be confirmed and further studied by a newly announced NASA mission to this small sol

2017-01-10 19:13:36
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HI-SEAS Mission V crew preparing to enter Mars simulation habitat  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 The crew has been selected, and research studies confirmed for the 2017 mission of the University of Hawai?i at Manoa's Hawai?i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS). At approximately 3:30 p.m. on January 19, 2017, six astronaut-like crewmembers will enter a geodesic dome atop Mauna Loa on the island of Hawai?i as part of an eight-month research study of human behavior and perf

2017-01-10 17:40:12
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Next Cygnus Mission to Station Set for March  

Houston TX (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Orbital ATK has completed a significant mission milestone for NASA's next International Space Station cargo mission. The Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM) of the Cygnus spacecraft has arrived at NASA's Kennedy Space Center for processing and assembly before launch. The OA-7 mission is targeted to launch on Thursday, March 16 from Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in

2017-01-10 13:32:01
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New map of the Moon under creation in China  

Changchun (XNA) Jan 10, 2017 Chinese scientists are drawing a 1:2.5 million scale geological map of the Moon. Ouyang Ziyuan, first chief scientist of China's lunar exploration program, said five universities and research institutes have set standards for digital mapping and drawing of the Moon's geological structure. A sketch version of the map, 4.36 meters by 2.2 meters, will be finished by 2018, and released b

2017-01-10 12:25:37
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Pakistan test-fires first nuclear-capable submarine cruise missile  

Islamabad (AFP) Jan 9, 2017 Pakistan on Monday test-fired its first submarine-launched cruise missile, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and giving the country a credible second strike capability, the military said. The missile was fired from an underwater mobile platform and hit its target with precise accuracy, it said in a statement. A military spokesman confirmed to AFP the missile, with a range of 450 km (

2017-01-10 11:44:20
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Patent Awarded to Design and 3D Print Rocket Fuel  

Titusville FL (SPX) Jan 11, 2017 Rocket Crafters has announced a U.S. patent was granted to co-founder, President and CTO Ronald Jones for a method for designing and fabricating flawless, high-performance, safer handling fuel grains for hybrid rocket engines using additive manufacturing technology (also known as 3D printing) which will allow the fabrication of an inherently safe and less expensive launch vehicle with only two m

2017-01-10 10:10:38
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Russian strategic missile forces to go fully digital by 2020  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 10, 2017 Russia's Strategic Missile Forces (SMF) will completely switch to digital data transmission technologies by 2020, the Defense Ministry press service said in a statement. According to the MoD press service, missile launch centers, down to the division level, as well as the SMF's Communications Center, training facilities and the Peter the Great Military Academy in Moscow and its branch in S

2017-01-10 10:06:13
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What Russia's railgun can really do  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 10, 2017 A team of Russian scientists has successfully tested the country's first railgun, which relies on electromagnetic forces rather than explosives or propellant.According to experts at the Institute of High Temperatures' branch in Shatura, just outside Moscow, the railgun can fire shells at an incredibly fast speed of 3 kilometers per second, which is well enough to cut through any type of armor ex

2017-01-10 09:57:40
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Embry-Riddle offers free online course on FAA regulations for UAVs  

Daytona Beach FL (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 If you received a small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS), or drone, as a gift this holiday season, or if you would like to stay updated on the latest FAA regulations for these aircraft, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is providing a free, two-week online course-Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) - Key Concepts for New Users. Registration for the course is open. The Massive Open Onli

2017-01-10 07:56:51
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Asteroid sleuths go back to the future  

Paris (ESA) Jan 11, 2017 Careful sleuthing through decade-old images has enabled ESA's asteroid team to decide that a newly discovered space rock poses little threat of hitting Earth any time soon. Spotting a previously unknown asteroid for the first time always raises the big question: is there a risk it will impact Earth? Yet, upon discovery, analysts often have very little to go on. The initial image from

2017-01-10 07:42:41
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Russian Astronauts to Hold Terminator Experiment in Space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jan 11, 2017 Russian astronauts will conduct a geophysical experiment, named "Terminator," onboard the International Space Station. The goal of the experiment is to study atmospheric structures and then build climate models based on its data. Russian astronauts Fyodor Yurchikhin and Sergey Ryazansky are now undergoing training at the Yuri Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center to be able to conduct the Term

2017-01-10 07:26:17
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Pentagon successfully tests micro-drone swarm  

Washington (AFP) Jan 10, 2017 The Pentagon may soon be unleashing a 21st-century version of locusts on its adversaries after officials on Monday said it had successfully tested a swarm of 103 micro-drones. The important step in the development of new autonomous weapon systems was made possible by improvements in artificial intelligence, holding open the possibility that groups of small robots could act together under hum

2017-01-10 03:37:49
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First colour image for joint UK and Algerian CubeSat  

London, UK (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 AlSat Nano, a UK-Algeria CubeSat mission, has captured its first full colour image following its launch in September 2016. The image was taken by the Open University C3D2 instrument's wide field camera on 3rd December, 2016, over the Arkhangelsk Oblast region, on the North West coast of Russia. It was captured under twilight conditions at dawn, showing the coastline to the top, and a brief winte

2017-01-09 22:54:40
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U.S. Air Force issues RFP for aircraft laser weapons  

Washington (UPI) Jan 6, 2017 The U.S. Air Force has issued a request for proposal to develop laser protection systems for its fleet of tactical fighter aircraft. The competitive request aims to solicit research for the Air Force Research Laboratory's Laser Advancements for Next-generation Compact Environments project, or LANCE. Under the program, researchers will investigate laser-based solutions for defending pilo

2017-01-09 20:56:13
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Weather delays resumption of SpaceX's rocket launches  

Washington (AFP) Jan 9, 2017 Bad weather has postponed SpaceX's plan to resume flights of its Falcon 9 rocket until at least January 14, the California-based private space firm said Sunday. SpaceX had planned a launch on Monday of 10 Iridium NEXT communications satellites from the Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. "Launch moving due to high winds and rains at Vandenberg. Other range conflicts this week result

2017-01-09 20:46:16
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How the Moons That Came Before Collided to Form the Moon  

Haifa, Israel (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 The Moon, and the question of how it was formed, has long been a source of fascination and wonder. Now, a team of Israeli researchers suggests that the Moon we see every night is not Earth's first moon, but rather the last in a series of moons that orbited the Earth in the past. The findings by the team of researchers from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and the Weizmann Institute of

2017-01-09 18:23:37
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Newly proposed reference datasets improve weather satellite data quality  

College Park MD (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 "Traffic and weather, together on the hour!" blasts your local radio station, while your smartphone knows the weather halfway across the world. A network of satellites whizzing around Earth collecting mountains of data makes such constant and wide-ranging access to accurate weather forecasts possible. Just one satellite, such as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) Geosta

2017-01-09 17:40:10
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How a moon slows the decay of Pluto's atmosphere  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 Pluto's relationship with its moon Charon is one of the more unusual interactions in the solar system due to Charon's size and proximity. It's more than half of Pluto's diameter and orbits only 12,000 or so miles away. To put that into perspective, picture our moon three times closer to Earth, and as large as Mars. A new study from the Georgia Institute of Technology provides additional in

2017-01-09 17:23:41
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Michoud complete stand for testing SLS main fuel tank  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 Major construction is complete on NASA's largest new Space Launch System structural test stand, and engineers are now installing equipment needed to test the rocket's biggest fuel tank. The stand is critical for ensuring SLS's liquid hydrogen tank can withstand the extreme forces of launch and ascent on its first flight, and later on the second flight, which will carry up to four astronaut

2017-01-09 17:02:04
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U.K. Defense Ministry finalizes laser weapon system contract  

London (UPI) Jan 6, 2017 Britain's Ministry of Defense has awarded MBDA and other industry partners a $36 million contract to produce a Laser Directed Energy Weapon demonstrator. The contract, which aims to allow Britain's first laser weapon to enter service by the mid-2020s, will task contractors to assess the technology's capabilities. Project leaders hope to demonstrate the system in 2019. "The U.K. h

2017-01-09 14:26:26
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GMV invests in PLD Space  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Jan 10, 2017 The International Tech Company GMV, with an important presence in the global space sector, has decided to trust in the PLD Space project and will take part in the ownership of the young space company as shareholder. GMV will also develop key technology and will work together with PLD Space in the development of the ARION 1 and ARION 2 launchers, an activity that will enable both companies to gro

2017-01-09 14:02:19
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