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Army picks Raytheon for counter-UAV drones  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2018 The U.S. Army plans to use Raytheon's Coyote unmanned aircraft and the KRFS radar against enemy drones on the battlefield, the company said this week. The Coyote is designed to be guided by the KRFS radar to explode next to enemy drones, effectively acting as a guided missile. The Coyote is a lightweight expendable UAV and is tube-launched, eliminating the need for a runway. It c

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2018-07-22 14:28:23



Scientists uncover mechanism that stabilizes fusion plasmas  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Sawtooth swings - up-and-down ripples found in everything from stock prices on Wall Street to ocean waves - occur periodically in the temperature and density of the plasma that fuels fusion reactions in doughnut-shaped facilities called tokamaks. These swings can sometimes combine with other instabilities in the plasma to produce a perfect storm that halts the reactions. However, some plasmas ar

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2018-07-22 14:14:08



Asia is a huge growth market for government SATCOM  

McLean VA (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 In a recent article in UAS magazine, global research and consulting firm Markets and Markets (MnM) forecasts an annual market growth rate in the U.S. of 13.2 percent for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) through 2022. MnM predicts that in Asia, the annual UAS market growth rate during the same period will also approach 14 percent CAGR, or the same as the U.S. market. Requirements for border s

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2018-07-22 13:21:11



In the ocean's twilight zone, tiny organisms may have giant effect on Earth's carbon cycle  

Tallahassee FL (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Deep in the ocean's twilight zone, swarms of ravenous single-celled organisms may be altering Earth's carbon cycle in ways scientists never expected, according to a new study from Florida State University researchers. In the area 100 to 1,000 meters below the ocean's surface - dubbed the twilight zone because of its largely impenetrable darkness - scientists found that tiny organisms calle

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2018-07-22 12:35:28



Why Ku-band HTS is superior for AISR  

McLean VA (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 The commercial space industry is experiencing a new era in satellite performance. Over the past few years, multiple commercial satellite operators have deployed and activated next-generation high-throughput satellite (HTS) constellations. These satellites are able to provide far more throughput than existing wideband satellites, with increases in throughput of up to 400 percent. These new

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2018-07-22 09:32:55



China to beef up CFC inspections as UN investigates illegal emissions  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2018 During a recent working group meeting, parties to the Montreal Protocol agreed to an "urgent response" to the recent news of a rise in CFC-11 emissions was necessary. Last month, scientists published findings in the journal Nature showing emissions of the ozone-eating chemical CFC-11 have been rising since 2013. An inquiry into the source of the emissions by the Environmental Investigat

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2018-07-22 08:40:39



Cassini data yields super sharp infrared images of Titan  

Washington (UPI) Jul 19, 2018 Cassini disappeared into Saturn's atmosphere late last year. But the spacecraft continues to yield impressive images. This week, NASA shared a series of super sharp infrared images of Saturn's moon Titan, compiled using 13 years of data collected by the probe's Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer, or VIMS instrument. The moon's hazy atmosphere prevents clear observations of

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2018-07-22 08:36:23



Space, not Brexit, is final frontier for Scottish outpost  

Farnborough, United Kingdom (AFP) July 20, 2018 Never mind Brexit: For a remote peninsula in the Scottish highlands, the buzz is all about hi-tech rocket launchers firing satellites into space. In just three years' time, rockets will send satellites into orbit from the rugged stretch of coastline, under British government plans unveiled this week. The sleepy county of Caithness and Sutherland has been selected as the site of the count

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2018-07-22 07:46:22



Opportunity's Science Team Remains Vigilant  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 19, 2018 The dust storm on Mars is continuing as a Planet-encircling Dust Event (PEDE) with no indication of receding at this time. The storm has sustained high atmospheric opacity conditions over the Opportunity site for several weeks without any change. There is no indication at this time of the storm abating or clearing. Since the last contact with the rover on Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018), it

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2018-07-20 18:02:19



Discovering Structure in the Outer Corona  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 In 1610, Galileo redesigned the telescope and discovered Jupiter's four largest moons. Nearly 400 years later, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope used its powerful optics to look deep into space - enabling scientists to pin down the age of the universe. Suffice it to say that getting a better look at things produces major scientific advances. In a paper published on July 18 in The Astroph

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2018-07-20 16:49:35



Nature's antifreeze inspires revolutionary bacteria cryopreservation technique  

Warwick UK (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 The survival mechanisms of polar fish have led scientists at the University of Warwick to develop of a revolutionary approach to 'freeze' bacteria. The new technique could radically improve the work to store and transport human tissue. Researchers from the Department of Chemistry and Warwick Medical School have established a way to cryopreserve (or 'freeze') a broad range of bacteria

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2018-07-20 15:20:18



Lockheed Martin and ThalesRaytheonSystems to provide NATO with Battlespace Intelligence System  

Farnborough UK (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Lockheed Martin and ThalesRaytheonSystems are joining forces to provide the NATO Alliance with a territorial Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) command and control capability. This Teaming Agreement, signed in the presence of Raytheon and Thales, the two shareholders of the joint venture, establishes a transatlantic team that combines the depth and breadth of decades of expertise from Lockheed Mart

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2018-07-20 11:53:47



Martian Atmosphere Behaves as One  

Noordwijk, The Netherlands (ESA) Jul 19, 2018 Understanding the Martian atmosphere is a key topic in planetary science, from its current status to its past history. Mars's atmosphere continuously leaks out to space and is a crucial factor in the planet's past, present, and future habitability - or lack of it. The planet has lost the majority of its once much denser and wetter atmosphere, causing it to evolve into the dry, arid world we see

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2018-07-20 11:41:51



ANU scientists discover the world's oldest colors  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Scientists from The Australian National University (ANU) and overseas have discovered the oldest colours in the geological record, 1.1 billion-year-old bright pink pigments extracted from rocks deep beneath the Sahara desert in Africa. Dr Nur Gueneli from ANU said the pigments taken from marine black shales of the Taoudeni Basin in Mauritania, West Africa, were more than half a billion yea

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2018-07-20 10:44:13



Laser experiments lend insight into metal core at heart of the Earth  

Edinburgh UK (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Scientists have discovered fresh insights into the metallic core at the centre of our planet. The findings could aid understanding of how the Earth was formed from elements in space, some 10 billion years ago. They could also shed light on the fundamental physical nature of nitrogen, one of the most abundant elements in the atmosphere. An international team of researchers carri

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2018-07-20 09:25:42



Researchers upend conventional wisdom on thermal conductivity  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Scientists have long known that diamond is the best material for conducting heat, but it has drawbacks: It is costly and is an electrical insulator; when paired with a semiconductor device, diamond expands at a different rate than the device does when it is heated. Now a group of researchers from around the United States has reported that a crystal grown from two relatively common mineral

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2018-07-20 07:57:52



GMV and Tecnobit partners with Skydel  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 GMV, Tecnobit and Skydel reports that they are working to adapt Skydel's Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) simulation solution to support the latest developments of the Galileo GNSS, synchronizing with the European efforts to bring a modern, highly-accurate and secure positioning system to the market. GMV, Tecnobit, and Skydel aim to provide corporations, universities, and research

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2018-07-20 07:22:47



SLAC's ultra-high-speed 'electron camera' catches molecules at a crossroads  

Menlo Park CA (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 An extremely fast "electron camera" at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has produced the most detailed atomic movie of the decisive point where molecules hit by light can either stay intact or break apart. The results could lead to a better understanding of how molecules respond to light in processes that are crucial for life, like photosynthesis and vision,

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2018-07-20 06:21:52



Seeking 72-hour Space Environment Forecasts with Updates on the Hour  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Models for providing hourly terrestrial weather forecasts anywhere in the world have become increasingly precise-our smartphones buzz or chirp with local alerts of approaching thunderstorms, heavy snow, flash floods, and big events like tornados and hurricanes. The military relies on accurate weather forecasts for planning complex operations in the air, on ground, and at sea. But when it c

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2018-07-20 06:10:53



DARPA, Lockheed Martin Demonstrate Technologies to Enable a Connected Warfighter Network  

Fort Worth TX (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently performed a series of flight tests demonstrating how a system of systems (SoS) approach enables seamless - and rapid - integration across air, space, land, sea and cyber in contested environments. The demonstrations held at the Naval Air Warfare Center in China Lake, California, were part of a

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2018-07-20 05:38:27



Billion Pound export campaign to fuel UK space industry  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 International Trade Secretary, Dr Liam Fox will today (Thursday, 19 July) announce the UK will be promoting space exports worth up to 1.5bn pounds in USA and India for the first time through a new marketing campaign. The 'Space Export's' Campaign will see two of the world's fastest growing markets targeted with trade missions led by newly appointed HM Trade Commissioner Antony Philipson. I

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2018-07-19 11:23:52



Pentagon Requests Funds for First Offensive Hypersonic Weapons  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 18, 2018 The Pentagon comptroller has asked the US Congress to shift money from lower-priority defense programs to the US Air Force's first offensive "hypersonic conventional strike" weapon, according to a Tuesday report. As part of a process known as an omnibus reprogramming request, the Pentagon requested that Congress allocate precisely $20 million for an air-launched hypersonic attack weapon, w

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2018-07-19 11:20:50



A Two-Dimensional Space Program  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Space is three dimensional and orbital mechanics is quite difficult to understand. Beginning in 1957, almost all satellites have been launched into the three-dimensional space about Earth. Very few satellites have been placed in low-Earth orbit that are equatorial. The reason for this is that most satellite applications require flight over medium to high latitudes in order to surveil popul

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2018-07-19 10:59:27



A scientist's final paper looks toward Earth's future climate  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 A NASA scientist's final scientific paper, published posthumously this month, reveals new insights into one of the most complex challenges of Earth's climate: understanding and predicting future atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases and the role of the ocean and land in determining those levels. A paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences was led by Piers J. S

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2018-07-19 08:17:15



NASA Debuts Online Toolkit to Promote Commercial Use of Satellite Data  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 While NASA's policy of free and open remote-sensing data has long benefited the scientific community, other government agencies and nonprofit organizations, it has significant untapped potential for commercialization. NASA's Technology Transfer program has created an online resource to promote commercial use of this data and the software tools needed to work with it. With the Remote Sensin

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2018-07-19 07:11:05



'New India by 2022': New Delhi Expects Drone Industry to Boost State Development  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jul 16, 2018 Currently, non-government agencies, organizations and individuals are not allowed to launch drones for civilian purposes in India. The proposed policy that would pave way for drone operations also restricts the use of fully autonomous UAS. With India set to soon begin operating drones for civilian purposes, the country's top bureaucrat has asked manufacturers to gear up for huge demand tha

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2018-07-19 05:09:36



NASA, French Aerospace Lab to Collaborate on Sonic Boom Prediction Research  

Farnborough UK (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 NASA and France's Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aerospatiales (ONERA), the French national aerospace research center, signed a research agreement Wednesday that could make supersonic passenger flights over land practical, dramatically reducing travel time in the United States or anywhere in the world. NASA and ONERA agreed to collaborate on research predicting where sonic booms

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2018-07-19 04:42:29



SD mines scientists and students contribute to IceCube breakthrough  

Rapid City SD (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 An international team of scientists, including researchers at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, have found the first evidence of a source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos, ghostly subatomic particles that can travel unhindered for billions of light years from the most extreme environments in the universe to Earth. Detecting high-energy cosmic neutrinos requires a massive part

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2018-07-19 04:14:05



High-Fidelity Images of Sun's Atmosphere Show Structured, Dynamic Corona  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 A Southwest Research Institute-led team discovered never-before-detected, fine-grained structures in the Sun's outer atmosphere, or corona. The team imaged this critical region in detail using sophisticated software techniques and longer exposures from the COR-2 camera onboard NASA's Solar and Terrestrial Relations Observatory-A (STEREO-A). The Sun's outer corona is the source of the solar

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2018-07-19 04:05:29



Sustained hypersonic flight-enabling technology patent granted to Advanced Rockets Corporation  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Advanced Rockets Corporation has been granted a patent for the Advanced Rockets Vehicle (ARV) system design. The main technological breakthrough highlighted in this patent is the ability to operate within the atmosphere for prolonged periods of time and at very high Mach numbers; Sustained Hypersonic Flight. Othniel Mbamalu, President of Advanced Rockets Corporation

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2018-07-19 03:48:02



Technicians Ensure James Webb Space Telescope's Sunshield Survives Stresses Experienced During Liftoff  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 The sound associated with a rocket launch creates extreme vibrations that can adversely affect any satellite or observatory, so engineers put spacecraft through simulations to ensure they will remain operational. In this photo, technicians delicately inspect stowed sunshield membranes of NASA's James Webb Space Telescope on the forward side of the spacecraft. Acoustic testing exposes the s

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2018-07-19 03:43:46



X-ray Data May Be First Evidence of a Star Devouring a Planet  

Boston MA (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 For nearly a century, astronomers have puzzled over the curious variability of young stars residing in the Taurus-Auriga constellation some 450 light-years from Earth. One star in particular has drawn astronomers' attention. Every few decades, the star's light has faded briefly before brightening again. In recent years, astronomers have observed the star dimming more frequently, and for lo

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2018-07-19 03:42:50



Army researchers suggest uncertainty may be key in battlefield decision making  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Army researchers have discovered that being initially uncertain when faced with making critical mission-related decisions based on various forms of information may lead to better overall results in the end. Army collaborative research has studied networked teams and asked the following question: "Does the uncertainty regarding shared information result in lower decision making performance?

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2018-07-19 02:21:13



NASA's New Mini Satellite Will Study Milky Way's Halo  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 19, 2018 Astronomers keep coming up short when they survey "normal" matter, the material that makes up galaxies, stars and planets. A new NASA-sponsored CubeSat mission called HaloSat, deployed from the International Space Station on July 13, will help scientists search for the universe's missing matter by studying X-rays from hot gas surrounding our Milky Way galaxy. The cosmic microwave backgroun

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2018-07-19 01:44:30



Finding a Planet with a 10-Year Orbit in a Few Months  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 To discover and confirm the presence of a planet around stars other than the Sun, astronomers wait until it has completed three orbits. However, this very effective technique has its drawbacks since it cannot confirm the presence of planets at relatively long periods (it is ideally suited for periods of a few days to a few months). To overcome this obstacle, a team of astronomers under the

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2018-07-18 11:58:55



US wants Turkey to buy Patriot missiles, not Russian system  

Washington (AFP) July 16, 2018 The United States is trying to persuade NATO partner Turkey to purchase the Patriot surface-to-air missile system, a US official said Monday, instead of rival Russian equipment. The NATO alliance is worried Turkey's intent to deploy Russia's S-400 anti-aircraft missile system could provide Moscow with a trove of intelligence on Western war equipment. The planned purchase has become a ma

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2018-07-18 11:27:18



From an almost perfect Universe to the best of both worlds  

Paris (ESA) Jul 18, 2018 The world's scientific press had either gathered in ESA's Paris headquarters or logged in online, along with a multitude of scientists around the globe, to witness the moment when ESA's Planck mission revealed its 'image' of the cosmos. This image was taken not with visible light but with microwaves. Whereas light that our eyes can see is composed of small wavelengths - less than a thousan

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2018-07-18 10:26:24



Supersharp Images from New VLT Adaptive Optics  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) has achieved first light with a new adaptive optics mode called laser tomography - and has captured remarkably sharp test images of the planet Neptune, star clusters and other objects. The pioneering MUSE instrument in Narrow-Field Mode, working with the GALACSI adaptive optics module, can now use this new technique to correct for turbulence at different altitude

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2018-07-18 09:30:18



Maxar Technologies' MDA Announces Acquisition of Neptec Design Group  

Brampton, Canada (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 MDA reports it has acquired Neptec Design Group Ltd. (Neptec), the leading electro-optical and electro-mechanical systems and high-performance intelligent Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) company for CA$42 million, comprised of approximately CA$8 million in cash and the balance in Maxar common shares. With Neptec, MDA will deliver end-to-end robotic systems and an expanded set of soluti

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2018-07-18 09:27:48



2018 end to be busy for ISRO with several rocket launches  

New Delhi (IANS) Jul 17, 2018 The Indian space agency will have a busy year-end with several rocket launches planned from its rocket port at Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh, said a top official. The GSAT-11 satellite, which had been recalled from Arianespace's rocket port in French Guiana for further tests, is also expected to be put into orbit by Arianespace's rocket Ariane by the year end, the official said. "The

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2018-07-18 08:55:39



mu Space confirms payload on Blue Origin's upcoming New Shepard flight  

Bangkok, Thailand (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 Thai satellite and space company mu Space Corp have shipped a payload to an upcoming Blue Origin New Shepard flight to promote space-related activities and collaboration among universities and space agencies in Thailand. The payload, weighing six kilograms in total, includes several experiments and research, such as: + Bleeding Preventive Device. Queen Sirikit National Institute of C

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2018-07-18 08:50:02



Dozen new Jupiter moons declared  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 Twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter have been found - 11 "normal" outer moons, and one that they're calling an "oddball." This brings Jupiter's total number of known moons to a whopping 79 - the most of any planet in our solar system. A team led by Carnegie's Scott S. Sheppard first spotted the moons in the spring of 2017 while they were looking for very distant solar system objects as part

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2018-07-18 08:11:52



UK Delivers Super-Cool Kit to USA for Dark Matter Experiment  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 A huge UK-built titanium chamber designed to keep its contents at a cool -100C and weighing as much as an SUV has been shipped to the United States, where it will soon become part of a next-generation dark matter detector to hunt for the long-theorised elusive dark matter particle called a WIMP (weakly interacting massive particle). This hunt is important because the nature of dark matter,

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2018-07-18 08:09:34



Japan's growing plutonium stockpile fuels fears  

Tokyo (AFP) July 17, 2018 Japan has amassed enough plutonium to make 6,000 atomic bombs as part of a programme to fuel its nuclear plants, but concern is growing that the stockpile is vulnerable to terrorists and natural disasters. Japan has long been the world's only non-nuclear-armed country with a programme to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from its power plants into plutonium. On Tuesday a decades-old deal with

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2018-07-18 07:51:31



NASA's Dawn spacecraft focused on Ceres as it nears end of mission  

Washington (UPI) Jul 17, 2018 Even as NASA's Dawn spacecraft approaches the end of its mission, the probe continues to collect valuable data. According to NASA, Dawn's instruments continue to observe Ceres and its unique geological features in gamma ray, infrared and visible spectra. The spacecraft also continues to beam back gravity data to Earth. Most of the probe's recent observations have focused on Ceres

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2018-07-18 06:27:49



Final Planck Data Strongly Supports Standard Cosmological Model  

Paris, France (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 In 2013, ESA's Planck mission unveiled a new image of the cosmos: an all-sky survey of the microwave radiation produced at the beginning of the universe. This first light emitted by the universe provides a wealth of information about its content, its rate of expansion, and the primordial fluctuations in density that were the precursors of the galaxies. The Planck consortium publishes the full an

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2018-07-18 05:19:22



Arianespace's Ariane 5 launch for the Galileo constellation and Europe  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Jul 18, 2018 For its fourth launch of the year, Arianespace will orbit four more satellites (satellites 23 to 26) for the Galileo constellation. This mission is being performed on behalf of the European Commission under a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA). For the third time, an Ariane 5 ES version will be used to orbit satellites in Europe's own satellite navigation system; with all Galile

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2018-07-18 04:14:05



Undergrad Mines Data from Curiosity Rover in Search for Life  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Jul 18, 2018 An undergraduate student from the University of Arizona is part of a team of researchers from around the world working on the NASA Curiosity rover mission. Gordon Downs is the only undergraduate at the UA assigned by the Mars Science Laboratory science team as a collaborator. Researchers are working to determine if Mars ever was habitable, or ever exhibited an environment that could have b

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2018-07-18 04:06:32



Russia may use ISS Modules in Lunar Gateway Project  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 18, 2018 Russia may decide to stop the construction of its segment of the International Space Station (ISS) and to use the ordered modules for the Lunar Orbital Platform - Gateway (LOP-G) project, a source in Russia's rocket and space industry told Sputnik on Wednesday. "Due to the fact that the ISS operation is planned to be terminated in 2024, and the Russian segment is still not completed, there

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2018-07-18 02:16:49



Dusk for Dawn: Mission of many firsts to gather more data in home stretch  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 17, 2018 As NASA's Dawn spacecraft prepares to wrap up its groundbreaking 11-year mission, which has included two successful extended missions at Ceres, it will continue to explore - collecting images and other data. Within a few months, Dawn is expected to run out of a key fuel, hydrazine, which feeds thrusters that control its orientation and keeps it communicating with Earth. When that happens,

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2018-07-17 11:22:58



Disruption Tolerant Networking to Demonstrate Internet in Space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 NASA's Human Exploration and Operations and Science Mission Directorates are collaborating to make interplanetary internet a reality. They're about to demonstrate Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking, or DTN - a technology that sends information much the same way as conventional internet does. Information is put into DTN bundles, which are sent through space and ground networks to its dest

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2018-07-17 10:18:49



Theorists publish highest-precision prediction of muon magnetic anomaly  

Upton NY (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 Theoretical physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Brookhaven National Laboratory and their collaborators have just released the most precise prediction of how subatomic particles called muons - heavy cousins of electrons - "wobble" off their path in a powerful magnetic field. The calculations take into account how muons interact with all other known particles through three

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2018-07-17 09:45:35



Focus on the future of space transportation: ESA's call for ideas  

Paris (ESA) Jul 17, 2018 ESA is calling for ideas that will shape the future of space transportation services - to space, in space and returning from space. "The changing world we live in requires a space agency to anticipate. Now is the time for ESA to reach out to our citizens in the Member States and listen to their ideas and take them on board Europe's greatest adventure," commented Jan Worner, ESA Director Ge

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2018-07-17 09:35:38



Hot firing proves solid rocket motor for Ariane 6 and Vega-C  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Jul 17, 2018 The latest hot firing of the P120C solid-propellant motor at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana proves its flight-worthiness for use on Vega-C next year and on Ariane 6 from 2020. This marks an important milestone in the development schedule of Europe's new-generation launchers, designed to boost our autonomy in the space arena, and maintain Europe's global competitiveness. The test

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2018-07-17 08:32:39



Seasonal 'spiders' emerge on Mars' surface  

Washington (UPI) Jul 16, 2018 In late winter on Mars, 'spiders' begin to emerge on the Martian surface. NASA's newest featured image, captured earlier this year by the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, showcases the spindly geological formations. "Araneiform terrain" is the scientific term for the surface spiders. They appear as the sun returns to Mars' South Pole. As the warm solar rays heat the surface, carbon dioxide

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2018-07-17 08:22:48



Astronomers find a famous exoplanet's doppelganger  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 When it comes to extrasolar planets, appearances can be deceiving. Astronomers have imaged a new planet, and it appears nearly identical to one of the best studied gas-giant planets. But this doppelganger differs in one very important way: its origin. "We have found a gas-giant planet that is a virtual twin of a previously known planet, but it looks like the two objects formed in different

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2018-07-17 07:25:10



NATO allies agree to partner for joint weapons purchases  

Washington (UPI) Jul 12, 2018 Two separate deals for group procurement of weapons by NATO allies and partners have been solidified with the signing of letters of understanding this week. The two deals cover the purchase and warehousing of land battle munitions and of naval munitions, with each deal expected to lower costs for each country, as well as increase their interoperability. "Over time, it will increa

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2018-07-17 07:15:31



Reducing the Data Demands of Smart Machines  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 Machine learning (ML) systems today learn by example, ingesting tons of data that has been individually labeled by human analysts to generate a desired output. As these systems have progressed, deep neural networks (DNN) have emerged as the state of the art in ML models. DNN are capable of powering tasks like machine translation and speech or object recognition with a much higher degree of accur

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2018-07-17 06:23:33



Elon Musk's latest outburst raises doubts on leadership  

Washington (AFP) July 17, 2018 Elon Musk has had a series of angry social media dust-ups with Wall Street analysts, journalists, employees and others. But his latest outburst on Twitter attacking a British rescue worker in Thailand has raised fresh concerns over the star tech entrepreneur's stability and leadership abilities. Musk, the South African-born innovator and billionaire behind Tesla and SpaceX, found himsel

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2018-07-17 06:16:39



GomSpace and AISTECH sign new agreement  

Aalborg, Denmark (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 GomSpace A/S - a subsidiary of GomSpace Group AB and the Spanish company AISTECH have signed a contract for a total value of approx. 1.4 milion EUR. The first part of the contract, for 6 standard nanosatellite platforms, is a follow-on order of 4 platforms ordered in September 2017, according to the Framework Delivery Agreement signed between both companies then. The second part of t

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2018-07-17 06:14:43



NanoRacks completes external Cygnus deployment, 6 more cubesats in orbit  

Dulles VA (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 esterday evening, NanoRacks successfully deployed six CubeSats from the Company's CubeSat deployer mounted on the outside of the Cygnus spacecraft. This brings the overall count to 223 small satellites deployed into low-Earth orbit. The ninth contracted resupply mission from Orbital ATK (now Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems) launched on May 21, 2018, carrying NanoRacks' fifth mission pr

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2018-07-17 05:06:18



Lockheed Martin to help UK Space Agency build first commercial spaceport  

Farnborough UK (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 The UK Space Agency has selected Lockheed Martin to help implement its vision for the UK Spaceflight Programme, an innovative initiative to create a world-leading commercial launch market that grows the UK economy through regular, reliable and responsible access to space. "The countdown to the first orbital rocket launch from UK soil has officially begun," said Patrick Wood, Lockheed Marti

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2018-07-17 03:43:52



Indian space agency IRSO tests new engine to launch bigger payloads  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jul 17, 2018 On Sunday the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully conducted a ground test of its high-thrust version of the Vikas Engine that will enhance payload capability of the space agency's launch vehicles. The test, which lasted for 195 seconds, was conducted at ISRO's Propulsion Complex (IPRC), Mahendragiri in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. "This ground test has valida

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2018-07-17 03:27:36



New satellite constellations will soon fill the sky  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Jul 17, 2018 A new generation of space entrepreneurs is backing several satellite constellations of low-orbiting satellites that will provide broadband service to all areas of the world. In fact, billions of dollars are being spent in order to complete these networks in the next few years. One of the technological advantages, not available in the late 1990s when Iridium and other large telephony conste

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2018-07-17 03:04:44



Scotland chosen as site for first British space port  

London (SPX) July 16, 2018 The UK Space agency said Sunday that it had chosen a peninsula on Scotland's north coast as the site of the country's first space port. "Scotland is the best place in the UK to reach in-demand satellite orbits with vertically launched rockets," the agency said in a statement. According to the head of the agency, Graham Turnock, the new space port will "help kick-start an exciting new er

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2018-07-16 02:29:57



NASA Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 16, 2018 Data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft using its Jovian InfraRed Auroral Mapper (JIRAM) instrument point to a new heat source close to the south pole of Io that could indicate a previously undiscovered volcano on the small moon of Jupiter. The infrared data were collected on Dec. 16, 2017, when Juno was about 290,000 miles (470,000 kilometers) away from the moon. "The new Io hotspot JIRA

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2018-07-15 14:28:33



Scientists Can Now Recycle Water, Air, Fuel, Making Deep Space Travel Possible  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 16, 2018 According to a new study, scientists have cracked one of most challenging obstacles to deep space travel: how to ensure that astronauts have enough fuel, air and water for the trip. Their proposed method involves "photo catalysts" that can split or recombine water molecules. The emptiness of space and the vast distances between locations pose huge and unique challenges to space travel. One

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2018-07-15 14:28:31



NanoRacks Completes 14th CubeSat Deployment Mission from International Space Station  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 NanoRacks successfully completed the 14th CubeSat Deployment mission from the Company's commercially developed platform on the International Space Station. Having released nine CubeSats into low-Earth orbit, this mission marks NanoRacks' 185th CubeSat released from the Space Station, and 217th small satellite deployed by NanoRacks overall. The CubeSats deployed were launched to the Space S

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2018-07-15 14:28:23



PRSS-1 Satellite in Good Condition  

Jiuquan, China (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 China launched two satellites for Pakistan on a Long March-2C rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 11:56 a.m. Monday. The PRSS-1 is China's first optical remote sensing satellite sold to Pakistan and the 17th satellite developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) for an overseas buyer. After entering orbit, the PRSS-1 is in good condition

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2018-07-15 11:31:23



Europe's next Galileo satellites in place atop Ariane 5  

Paris (ESA) Jul 16, 2018 Europe's next Galileo satellites have been put in place on top of the Ariane 5 launcher due to lift them from Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana on Wednesday 25 July. The launcher - appearing headless in the absence of its final payload - was moved from the BIL Launcher Integration Building, where it was assembled, to the BAF Final Assembly Building, ready for the Galileo satellit

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2018-07-15 11:17:06



Goonhilly targets business expansion in Australia and Asia-Pacific  

Cornwall, UK (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 Satellite communications innovator and space gateway, Goonhilly Earth Station, has announced the appointment of Bob Gough as Head of Business Development, Australia and Asia-Pacific. Based in Australia, Gough's role is to spearhead commercial expansion for Goonhilly across the region, develop new business opportunities and grow Goonhilly's customer base. Gough's appointment comes just days

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2018-07-15 10:54:30



Enhancing competitiveness of European space Sector with increased investments  

Paris (ESA) Jul 16, 2018 ESA Director General Jan Worner and Vice President of the European Investment Bank (EIB) Ambroise Fayolle signed a joint statement on Friday enhancing the competitiveness of the European space sector by supporting investments in actors of the sector with promising short- or medium-term perspectives. The joint statement puts forth the intention of the two organisations to cooperate on devis

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2018-07-15 10:06:24



Space Launch Complex 17 demolition  

Cape Canaveral AFS FL (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 With a final farewell and the push of a plunger, Brig. Gen. Wayne Monteith, 45th Space Wing Commander, demolished the nearly 200-foot-tall towers at 7 a.m. July 12 at Space Launch Complex 17, Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The demolition of the towers marks the first phase of a contract, which was awarded in September 2016 and involved demolition of the Delta II towers, associated struc

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2018-07-15 08:23:25



In search of dark matter  

Riverside CA (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 An international team of scientists that includes University of California, Riverside, physicist Hai-Bo Yu has imposed conditions on how dark matter may interact with ordinary matter - constraints that can help identify the elusive dark matter particle and detect it on Earth. Dark matter - nonluminous material in space - is understood to constitute 85 percent of the matter in the universe.

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2018-07-15 04:27:29



ATLAS Telescope Pinpoints Meteorite Impact Prediction  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 A multinational team of scientists has just found the first fragments of the small asteroid 2018 LA, which exploded harmlessly high above Africa on June 2. The University of Hawaii's Asteroid Terrestrial-Impact Last Alert System (ATLAS) telescope took the final images of 2018 LA before it entered Earth's atmosphere and exploded. Although 2018 LA was discovered by a different telescope in A

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2018-07-15 03:15:44



Aist-2D high resolution images received  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Jul 16, 2018 Image of high resolution from the Russian satellite "Aist-2D" (in Russian it means bird "a stork") was received by the Laboratory complex for satellite monitoring "LoReTT" (LoReTT - Local Real Time Tool). The spacecraft "Aist-2D" transmitted data of the territory of Perth city (Australia) on June 15, 2018. It was the first time when such detailed image (spatial resolution of 2 m) of the Ea

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2018-07-15 01:51:07



Multiple Launches in Two Weeks: Maximizing Vehicle Payload  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 To maximize use of launch vehicle performance during its 2019 Launch Challenge, DARPA has released a request for information (RFI) seeking payload ideas from the space community. It is anticipated that Launch Challenge competitors will have a wide range of low Earth orbit (LEO) mass delivery capabilities, from roughly 10 to 500 kilograms. "Today, there is a backlog of payloads to be put in

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2018-07-13 10:53:54



NASA May Have Destroyed Evidence for Organics on Mars 40 Years Ago  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 13, 2018 While the existence of native carbon-based organic compounds on the Red Planet was confirmed only in 2014, some suggest that the discovery could have been made a long time ago. Back in 1976, NASA's twin Viking landers touched down on Mars to find out if life could survive on Mars and whether there was organic matter in the Martian soil. Researchers were puzzled as no evidence for organic m

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2018-07-13 10:36:25



Plasma Jets Foretell Unequal Activity of the Sun's Two Hemispheres  

Kolkata, India (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 The Sun's activity waxes and wanes periodically and holds sway over our space environment. Sunspots, strongly magnetized blotches on the solar surface, sometimes release fierce storms in space that severely impact our satellite based communication and navigational systems and occasionally, render satellites useless. However, a complete understanding of all aspects of the sunspot activity c

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2018-07-13 08:43:30



Boeing, SpaceX unlikely to make manned flights to ISS in 2019  

Washington (AFP) July 12, 2018 Boeing and SpaceX are unlikely to be able to send astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) next year, according to a US government audit report, resulting in a possible gap in the US presence on the spacecraft. The two companies were engaged by the US space agency NASA in 2014 to develop rockets that could transport astronauts to the space station when the current contract with Ru

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2018-07-13 08:14:07



VERITAS supplies critical piece to neutrino discovery puzzle  

Salt Lake City UT (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 The VERITAS array has confirmed the detection of high-energy gamma rays from the vicinity of a supermassive black hole located in a distant galaxy, TXS 0506+056. While these detections are relatively common for VERITAS, this blackhole is potentially the first known astrophysical source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos, a type of ghostly subatomic particle that can be made at astrophysical sources

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2018-07-13 08:02:04



NASA's Fermi Traces Source of Cosmic Neutrino to Monster Black Hole  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 For the first time ever, scientists using NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have found the source of a high-energy neutrino from outside our galaxy. This neutrino traveled 3.7 billion years at almost the speed of light before being detected on Earth. This is farther than any other neutrino whose origin scientists can identify. High-energy neutrinos are hard-to-catch particles that sci

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2018-07-13 05:05:03



Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 13, 2018 New observations by three of the world's largest radio telescopes have revealed that an asteroid discovered last year is actually two objects, each about 3,000 feet (900 meters) in size, orbiting each other. Near-Earth asteroid 2017 YE5 was discovered with observations provided by the Morocco Oukaimeden Sky Survey on Dec. 21, 2017, but no details about the asteroid's physical properties we

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2018-07-13 04:13:09



Hawaii telescopes help unravel long-standing cosmic mystery  

Manoa HI (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 Astronomers and physicists around the world, including in Hawaii, have begun to unravel a long-standing cosmic mystery. Using a vast array of telescopes in space and on Earth, they have identified a source of cosmic rays--highly energetic particles that continuously rain down on Earth from space. In a paper published this week in the journal Science, scientists have, for the first time, pr

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2018-07-13 04:01:08



MeerKAT Radio Telescope Reveals Clearest View Yet of Center of Milky Way  

Johannesburg, South Africa (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 Deputy President of the Republic of South Africa, Mr. David Mabuza, has officially inaugurated the MeerKAT radio telescope. After a decade in design and construction, this project of South Africa's Department of Science and Technology has now begun science operations. At the launch event, a panorama obtained with the new telescope was unveiled that reveals extraordinary detail in the region surr

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2018-07-13 03:49:31



First space tourist flights could come in 2019  

Washington (AFP) July 13, 2018 The two companies leading the pack in the pursuit of space tourism say they are just months away from their first out-of-this-world passenger flights - though neither has set a firm date. Virgin Galactic, founded by British billionaire Richard Branson, and Blue Origin, by Amazon creator Jeff Bezos, are racing to be the first to finish their tests - with both companies using radically diffe

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2018-07-13 03:39:44



Hubble and Gaia team up to fuel cosmic conundrum  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 Using the power and synergy of two space telescopes, astronomers have made the most precise measurement to date of the universe's expansion rate. The results further fuel the mismatch between measurements for the expansion rate of the nearby universe, and those of the distant, primeval universe - before stars and galaxies even existed. This so-called "tension" implies that there coul

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2018-07-13 03:27:37



IntelsatOne FlexAir Coming This Summer for Government Aircraft Operations  

McLean, VA (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 The technology we have brought to market with our new Intelsat EpicNG high-throughput satellites is changing the way we deliver capabilities and services to our government customers. Unlike wide-beam satellites, these new HTS platforms use power-concentrated spot beams to deliver signals reaching small mobility terminals and allowing users to leverage satellite connectivity at higher data

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2018-07-13 02:05:04



IceCube neutrinos point to long-sought cosmic ray accelerator  

Madison WI (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 An international team of scientists has found the first evidence of a source of high-energy cosmic neutrinos, ghostly subatomic particles that can travel unhindered for billions of light years from the most extreme environments in the universe to Earth. The observations, made by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station and confirmed by telescopes around the

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2018-07-13 02:03:52



Two independent magnetic skyrmion phases discovered in a single material  

Dresden, Germany (SPX) Jul 13, 2018 Whirlpools are an everyday experience in a bath tub: When the water is drained a circular vortex is formed. Typically, such whirls are rather stable. Similar structures can be observed in magnetic materials. Magnetic whirls are formed when the magnetic moments are aligned in a circular fashion. These so-called skyrmions are not just interesting for basic research - because of their stabili

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2018-07-13 01:54:29



Intelsat General Delivers Programming For American Forces Network  

McLean, VA (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 From its remote beginning as a single Army radio station in Alaska in the early 1940s, the American Forces Network (AFN) has grown into a global operation delivering radio and television programs to more than 1 million military and civilian personnel and their families stationed in 177 countries and at sea. The audio and video feeds originate at a broadcast center in Southern California be

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2018-07-13 01:16:03



Copernicus Sentinel-5P releases first data  

Paris (ESA) Jul 12, 2018 Following months of tests and careful evaluation, the first data on air pollutants from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite have been released. These first maps show a range of trace gases that affect air quality such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide and ozone. Launched on 13 October 2017, Sentinel-5P is the first Copernicus satellite dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere. It is part

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2018-07-12 11:29:40



NASA Surveys Hurricane Damage to Puerto Rico's Forests  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 On Sept. 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria barreled across Puerto Rico with winds of up to 155 miles per hour and battering rain that flooded towns, knocked out communications networks and destroyed the power grid. In the rugged central mountains and the lush northeast, Maria unleashed its fury as fierce winds completely defoliated the tropical forests and broke and uprooted trees. Heavy rainfall trigge

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2018-07-12 11:12:02



NASA's Webb Space Telescope to Inspect Atmospheres of Gas Giant Exoplanets  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 In April 2018, NASA launched the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS). Its main goal is to locate Earth-sized planets and larger "super-Earths" orbiting nearby stars for further study. One of the most powerful tools that will examine the atmospheres of some planets that TESS discovers will be NASA's James Webb Space Telescope. Since observing small exoplanets with thin atmospheres like E

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2018-07-12 11:10:59



Could Gravitational Waves Reveal How Fast Our Universe Is Expanding?  

Boston MA (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 ince it first exploded into existence 13.8 billion years ago, the universe has been expanding, dragging along with it hundreds of billions of galaxies and stars, much like raisins in a rapidly rising dough. Astronomers have pointed telescopes to certain stars and other cosmic sources to measure their distance from Earth and how fast they are moving away from us - two parameters that are es

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2018-07-12 10:47:21



GomSpace signs cubesat contract with ESA  

Aalborg, Denmark (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 GomSpace A/S - a subsidiary of GomSpace Group AB has signed a 400.000 EUR contract with ESA for the first phase of the RACE project to deliver two 6-unit CubeSats for an IOD mission to demonstrate the capability of nano-satellite systems to perform close proximity operations such as rendezvous and docking, and close fly around manoeuvres. The Rendezvous Autonomous CubeSats Experiment (RACE

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2018-07-12 10:31:50



Centenary of cosmological constant lambda  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 Physicists are now celebrating the 100th anniversary of the cosmological constant. On this occasion, two papers recently published in EPJ H highlight its role in modern physics and cosmology. Although the term was first introduced when the universe was thought to be static, today the cosmological constant has become the main candidate for representing the physical essence believed to be re

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2018-07-12 08:55:32



Scientists Discover "Ghost Dunes" On Mars  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 Scientists have discovered hundreds of crescent-shaped pits on Mars where sand dunes the size of the US Capitol stood billions of years ago. The curves of these ancient dune impressions record the direction of prevailing winds on the Red Planet, providing potential clues to Mars's past climate, and may hold evidence of ancient life, according to a new study detailing the findings in the Journal

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2018-07-12 08:09:46



Colorful celestial landscape  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 This image shows the star cluster RCW 38, as captured by the HAWK-I infrared imager mounted on ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. By gazing into infrared wavelengths, HAWK-I can examine dust-shrouded star clusters like RCW 38, providing an unparalleled view of the stars forming within. This cluster contains hundreds of young, hot, massive stars, and lies some 5500 light-years away

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2018-07-12 07:45:02



Tesla unveils Shanghai factory plans amid US-China trade row  

Shanghai (AFP) July 10, 2018 Tesla unveiled plans on Tuesday to build a factory in Shanghai to dramatically increase its production capacity, with boss Elon Musk making his electric-car company's biggest overseas move yet just as a US-China trade battle heats up. Musk said the plant, which has been in the works for a year, would eventually have an annual production capacity of 500,000 cars, and he hoped it would be "com

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2018-07-12 05:48:53






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