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NASA Solves a Drizzle Riddle  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 A new NASA study shows that updrafts are more important than previously understood in determining what makes clouds produce drizzle instead of full-sized raindrops, overturning a common assumption. The study offers a pathway for improving accuracy in weather and climate models' treatments of rainfall - recognized as one of the greater challenges in improving short term weather forecasts an

2017-07-27 14:33:05
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Breakthrough Starshot launches tiny spacecraft in quest for Alpha Centauri  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Jul 27, 2017 Breakthrough Starshot, a multi-faceted program to develop and launch practical interstellar space missions, successfully flew its first spacecraft - the smallest ever launched. On June 23, a number of prototype "Sprites" - the world's smallest fully functional space probes, built on a single circuit board - achieved Low Earth Orbit, piggybacking on OHB System AG's 'Max Valier' and 'Venta'

2017-07-27 13:52:46
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Massive star's dying blast caught by rapid-response telescopes  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Jul 27, 2017 In June 2016, an international team of 31 astronomers, led by the University of Maryland's Eleanora Troja and including Arizona State University's Nathaniel Butler, caught a massive star as it died in a titanic explosion deep in space. The blast of the dying star released in about 40 seconds as much energy as the Sun releases over its entire lifetime, all focused into a tight beam of gamma

2017-07-27 13:15:40
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NASA's Venus Chamber Breaks Record with Completion of 80-day Test  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 After an 80-day test at Venus surface conditions and a two-week cooling period, samples were removed from Glenn's Extreme Environments Rig (GEER) at NASA's Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, July 13, nearly doubling the facility's previous duration record of 42 days. This new record puts researchers one step closer to understanding the effect a long-duration exposure to Venus' atmosphere

2017-07-27 12:31:17
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Multitasking monolayers  

Nashville TN (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 Two-dimensional materials that can multitask. That is the result of a new process that naturally produces patterned monolayers that can act as a base for creating a wide variety of novel materials with dual optical, magnetic, catalytic or sensing capabilities. "Patterned materials open up the possibility of having two functionalities in a single material, such as catalyzing a chemica

2017-07-27 11:48:54
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Has Cassini found a universal driver for prebiotic chemistry at Titan?  

Paris (ESA) Jul 27, 2017 The international Cassini-Huygens mission has made a surprising detection of a molecule that is instrumental in the production of complex organics within the hazy atmosphere of Saturn's moon Titan. Titan boasts a thick nitrogen and methane atmosphere with some of the most complex chemistry seen in the Solar System. It is even thought to mimic the atmosphere of early Earth, before the build

2017-07-27 11:24:48
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One plant at a time is precise  

Paris (ESA) Jul 27, 2017 Precision farming is set to become even more precise with a new camera drawing on satellite imaging. Thanks to research with ESA on new cameras, hyperspectral cameras flying on drones are now able to see details as small as 4-5 cm. Three customers are already using the first version of the ButterflEYE LS camera: in Denmark for biological diversity studies, in Australia for agricultur

2017-07-27 10:13:08
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SwRI team uses airborne telescopes to study Sun and Mercury during total solar eclipse  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 A team led by Southwest Research Institute will use airborne telescopes aboard NASA research aircraft to study the solar corona and Mercury's surface during this summer's total solar eclipse. The August 21 observations will provide the clearest images to date of the Sun's outer atmosphere and attempt the first-ever "thermal images" of surface temperature variations on Mercury. Total solar

2017-07-27 08:42:59
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Special focus on formation control of unmanned systems  

Beijing, China (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 An Unmanned System refers to the autonomous agent possessing the capability of basic sensing, communication, data processing and actuation. Formation control of unmanned systems has become one of the most active topics in the past decade. The objective is to drive multiple agents to achieve particular tasks cooperatively. Usually, appropriate reference positions or distances are required t

2017-07-27 08:29:54
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Astronauts gear up for space with tough Russian training  

Star City, Russia (AFP) July 27, 2017 Wearing helmets weighing 100 kilos, spinning in a centrifuge and exercising while weightless: Russian cosmonauts and astronauts from abroad have to undergo a gruelling training process before blasting off into space. Helped by an instructor at the famed Star City outside Moscow, cosmonaut Sergei Ryazansky slowly puts on his helmet as he hangs from the ceiling suspended by a thick metal cord

2017-07-27 05:35:07
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Three Up, Three Down as NASA Tests RS-25 Flight Controller  

Stennis Space Center MS (SPX) Jul 27, 2017 In the heart of baseball season, NASA completed its equivalent of a clean inning, successfully testing the third RS-25 flight controller for use on the new Space Launch System (SLS) deep space rocket. Engineers conducted a 500-second test of RS-25 Engine Controller Unit No. 5 on the A-1 Test Stand at NASA's Stennis Space Center near Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, July 25, 2017. The test invol

2017-07-27 04:47:19
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Exploring an unusual metal asteroid  

Boston MA (SPX) Jul 27, 2017 Lindy Elkins-Tanton '87, SM '87, PhD '02 is reaching for the stars - literally. She is the principal investigator for Psyche, a NASA mission that will explore an unusual metal asteroid known as 16 Psyche. The mission does not launch until 2023, but preparations have begun in collaboration with faculty in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS). Professors B

2017-07-27 03:57:17
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Why looking for aliens is good for society  

London, UK (TCUK) Jul 27, 2017 The search for life elsewhere in the universe is one of the most compelling aspects of modern science. Given its scientific importance, significant resources are devoted to this young science of astrobiology, ranging from rovers on Mars to telescopic observations of planets orbiting other stars. The holy grail of all this activity would be the actual discovery of alien life, and such a dis

2017-07-27 02:51:02
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Musk, Zuckerberg duel over artificial intelligence  

San Francisco (AFP) July 25, 2017 Visionary entrepreneur Elon Musk and Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg were trading jabs on social media over artificial intelligence this week in a debate that has turned personal between the two technology luminaries. Musk, the founder of Tesla, SpaceX and other ventures, on Tuesday claimed Zuckerberg's knowledge of artificial intelligence was "limited," two days after the Facebook founder de

2017-07-27 02:37:55
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Solar Minimum is Coming  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 High up in the clear blue noontime sky, the sun appears to be much the same day-in, day-out, year after year. But astronomers have long known that this is not true. The sun does change. Properly-filtered telescopes reveal a fiery disk often speckled with dark sunspots. Sunspots are strongly magnetized, and they crackle with solar flares-magnetic explosions that illuminate Earth with flashe

2017-07-27 01:54:46
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'Eyes in space' and more powerful lasers will enhance US Army's arsenal  

Washington DC (AFNS) Jul 25, 2017 It's been a "dynamic year" for Army space and missile defense, with a multi-domain task force being formed, a new nanosatellite set to launch soon, and more powerful laser weapons in the works, said Lt. Gen. James H. Dickinson. Dickinson, commander of the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command and Joint Functional Component Command for Integrated Missile

2017-07-27 01:46:06
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New non-photosynthesizing plant species discovered on Ishigaki island, Japan  

Kobe, Japan (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 A new species of non-photosynthesizing parasitic plant has been discovered on the subtropical island of Ishigaki in Okinawa, Japan and named Sciaphila sugimotoi. The research team responsible for this discovery was led by Project Associate Professor SUETSUGU Kenji (Kobe University Graduate School of Science) and these findings will be published on July 25 in Phytotaxa. Some plant species h

2017-07-27 01:40:28
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Could spraying particles into marine clouds help cool the planet  

Seattle WA (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 The idea of geoengineering, also known as climate engineering, is very controversial. But as greenhouse gases continue to accumulate in our atmosphere, scientists are beginning to look at possible emergency measures. A new University of Washington study looks at the idea of marine cloud brightening, which a UW group is investigating as a promising strategy to offset global warming. The str

2017-07-27 01:39:13
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New study challenges prevailing theory about how deep-sea vents are colonized  

Moss Landing CA (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 An article just published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B describes two remarkably different hydrothermal vent fields discovered in the southern Gulf of California. Despite being relatively close together, these vents host very different animal communities. This finding contradicts a common scientific assumption that neighboring vents will share similar animal communities. Instead, the

2017-07-27 01:36:29
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The puzzle of evolutionary relationships among vertebrates  

Konstanz, Germany (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 Using the largest and most informative molecular phylogenetic dataset ever analysed, evolutionary biologists were able to construct a new phylogenetic tree of jawed vertebrates. This new tree resolves several key relationships that have remained controversial, including the identification of lungfishes as the closest living relatives of land vertebrates. The evolution of jawed vertebrates

2017-07-27 01:34:45
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Large, Distant Comets More Common Than Previously Thought  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 26, 2017 Comets that take more than 200 years to make one revolution around the Sun are notoriously difficult to study. Because they spend most of their time far from our area of the solar system, many "long-period comets" will never approach the Sun in a person's lifetime. In fact, those that travel inward from the Oort Cloud - a group of icy bodies beginning roughly 186 billion miles (300 billion kilom

2017-07-27 01:34:27
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Chasing the Total Solar Eclipse from NASA's WB-57F Jets  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 For most viewers, the Aug. 21, 2017, total solar eclipse will last less than two and half minutes. But for one team of NASA-funded scientists, the eclipse will last over seven minutes. Their secret? Following the shadow of the Moon in two retrofitted WB-57F jet planes. Amir Caspi of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, and his team will use two of NASA's WB-57F research j

2017-07-27 01:25:18
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Vega to launch two Earth Observation Satellites for Italy, Israel and France  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Jul 26, 2017 For its eighth launch of the year, and the 10th Vega mission since this launcher began its career at the Guiana Space Center in 2012, Arianespace will orbit two Earth observation satellites for civil and military applications: OPTSAT-3000 for the Italian Ministry of Defence; and Venus, a mission of the Israel Space Agency (ISA) - a government body sponsored by the country's Ministry of Science a

2017-07-27 01:22:24
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Venus's turbulent atmosphere  

Cologne, Germany (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 Venus is often referred to as Earth's twin because both planets share a similar size and sur-face composition. Also, they both have atmospheres with complex weather systems. But that is about where the similarities end: Venus is one the most hostile places in our solar system. Its atmosphere consists of 96.5 percent carbon dioxide, with surface temperatures of con-stantly about 500 degrees

2017-07-27 01:21:07
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Norwegian microsatellite deploys Yagi Antenna for VHF data exchange from space  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 The Norwegian Space Centre has announced successful deployment of critical antennas and probes on the NORsat-1 and NORsat-2 microsatellites built by Canada's Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) and launched on July 14 from Kazakhstan. Most notable was deployment of a large Yagi antenna from NORsat-2 that will provide first-of-its-kind VHF Data Exchange (VDE) from space. Based at the University o

2017-07-27 01:20:35
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A 50-year Indian dry spell has reversed, with more rain to come  

Boston MA (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 An MIT study published in Nature Climate Change finds that the Indian summer monsoons, which bring rainfall to the country each year between June and September, have strengthened in the last 15 years over north central India. This heightened monsoon activity has reversed a 50-year drying period during which the monsoon season brought relatively little rain to northern and central India. Si

2017-07-27 01:16:18
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Cosmologists produce new maps of dark matter dynamics  

Portsmouth UK (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 New maps of dark matter dynamics in the Universe have been produced by a team of international cosmologists. Using advanced computer modelling techniques, the research team has translated the distribution of galaxies into detailed maps of matter streams and velocities for the first time. The research was carried out by leading cosmologists from the UK, France and Germany. Dr Fl

2017-07-27 01:13:26
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A new material emits white light when exposed to electricity  

Nagoya, Japan (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 Scientists at Nagoya University have developed a new way to make stimuli-responsive materials in a predictable manner. They used this method to design a new material, a mixture of carbon nanorings and iodine, which conducts electricity and emits white light when exposed to electricity. The team's new approach could help generate a range of reliable stimuli-responsive materials, which can be used

2017-07-27 01:09:29
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US to test anti-missile system in Alaska  

Washington (AFP) July 24, 2017 The US military is preparing to conduct another test of a missile-intercept system in Alaska, the Pentagon said Monday, amid continued tensions with North Korea over its ballistic missile program. Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said a routine test of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system had been scheduled to go ahead "soon." "These tests are done as a routin

2017-07-27 01:09:16
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Turbulence in planetary cores excited by tides  

Paris, France (SPX) Jul 26, 2017 Veritable shields against high-energy particles, planets' magnetic fields are produced by iron moving in their liquid core. Yet the dominant model for explaining this system does not fit the smallest celestial bodies. Researchers at the Institut de Recherche sur les Phenomenes Hors Equilibre and the University of Leeds have proposed a new model suggesting that turbulence in the liquid cores is d

2017-07-27 01:08:09
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Hyperloop or hyperbole? Musk promises NY-DC run in 29 mins  

New York (AFP) July 21, 2017 US entrepreneur Elon Musk said Thursday he'd received tentative approval from the government to build a conceptual "hyperloop" system that would blast passenger pods down vacuum-sealed tubes from New York to Washington at near supersonic speeds. "Just received verbal govt approval for The Boring Company to build an underground NY-Phil-Balt-DC Hyperloop. NY-DC in 29 mins," the flamboyant CEO

2017-07-25 07:10:58
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Superluminous supernova marks the death of a star at cosmic high noon  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 The death of a massive star in a distant galaxy 10 billion years ago created a rare superluminous supernova that astronomers say is one of the most distant ever discovered. The brilliant explosion, more than three times as bright as the 100 billion stars of our Milky Way galaxy combined, occurred about 3.5 billion years after the Big Bang at a period known as "cosmic high noon," when the rate of

2017-07-25 06:49:53
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Fear is powerful enough to wipe out a species  

Washington (UPI) Jul 24, 2017 New research highlights the immense power of fear. The emotion was strong enough to curb eating and reproduction among groups of fruit flies, increasing the likelihood of extinction. Scientists at Canada's McGill University exposed fruit flies to a pheromone produced by praying mantises, one of the species main predators. The smell was enough to inspire fear. Fruit flies exposed to the

2017-07-25 05:55:48
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Saturn surprises as Cassini continues its Grand Finale  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 25, 2017 As NASA's Cassini spacecraft makes its unprecedented series of weekly dives between Saturn and its rings, scientists are finding - so far - that the planet's magnetic field has no discernible tilt. This surprising observation, which means the true length of Saturn's day is still unknown, is just one of several early insights from the final phase of Cassini's mission, known as the Grand Finale.

2017-07-25 05:46:51
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Dark matter is likely cold not fuzzy  

Seattle WA (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 Dark matter is the aptly named unseen material that makes up the bulk of matter in our universe. But what dark matter is made of is a matter of debate. Scientists have never directly detected dark matter. But over decades, they have proposed a variety of theories about what type of material - from new particles to primordial black holes - could comprise dark matter and explain its many eff

2017-07-25 05:22:02
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Russian sanctions won't affect cooperation in space  

Washington (Sputnik) Jul 25, 2017 US anti-Russian sanctions should not affect the work of National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and damage bilateral cooperation in space, the bill published on the website of the US Congress on Saturday said. "This Act and the amendments made by this Act shall not apply with respect to activities of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration," the bill, which will be p

2017-07-25 04:46:12
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Moon could be wetter than thought, say scientists  

Paris (AFP) July 24, 2017 The Moon, long thought to be a dry, inhospitable orb, hosts surprisingly large sub-surface water reserves, which one day may quench the thirst of lunar explorers from Earth, scientists said Monday. "We found the signature of the lunar interior water globally using satellite data," Shuai Li, co-author of a study by scientists at Brown University in the United States, told AFP. "Such wate

2017-07-25 04:23:33
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Vortex photons from electrons in circular motion  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 Researchers at IMS and their coworkers have shown theoretically and experimentally that a high energy electron in circular/spiral motion radiates vortex photons in the entire wavelength range from the radio-wave to the gamma-rays. This greatly broadens application spectra of the vortex photons in the field of physical science. Moreover, the finding indicates that vortex photons are ubiquitous in

2017-07-25 03:56:36
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Scientists spy new evidence of water in the moon's interior  

Providence RI (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 A new study of satellite data finds that numerous volcanic deposits distributed across the surface of the Moon contain unusually high amounts of trapped water compared with surrounding terrains. The finding of water in these ancient deposits, which are believed to consist of glass beads formed by the explosive eruption of magma coming from the deep lunar interior, bolsters the idea that the luna

2017-07-25 03:50:02
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How enzymes produce hydrogen  

Bochum, Germany (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 Researchers at Ruhr-Universitat Bochum and the Freie Universitat Berlin have clarified the crucial catalytic step in the production of hydrogen by enzymes. The enzymes, called [FeFe]-hydrogenases, efficiently turn electrons and protons into hydrogen. They are thus a candidate for the biotechnological production of the potential energy source. 'In order to produce hydrogen on an industrial

2017-07-25 03:23:45
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NASA mission surfs through waves in space to understand space weather  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 25, 2017 The space surrounding our planet is full of restless charged particles and roiling electric and magnetic fields, which create waves around Earth. One type of wave, plasmaspheric hiss, is particularly important for removing charged particles from the Van Allen radiation belts, a seething coil of particles encircling Earth, which can interfere with satellites and telecommunications. A new study pu

2017-07-25 02:52:37
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Manmade aerosols identified as driver in shifting global rainfall patterns  

Miami FL (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 In a new study, scientists found that aerosol particles released into the atmosphere from the burning of fossil fuels are a primary driver of changes in rainfall patterns across the globe. The results of the climate system-model simulations conducted by researchers Brian Soden and Eui-Seok Chung from the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science revealed

2017-07-25 02:09:59
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Ultrathin device harvests electricity from human motion  

Nashville TN (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 Imagine slipping into a jacket, shirt or skirt that powers your cell phone, fitness tracker and other personal electronic devices as you walk, wave and even when you are sitting. A new, ultrathin energy harvesting system developed at Vanderbilt University's Nanomaterials and Energy Devices Laboratory has the potential to do just that. Based on battery technology and made from layers of bla

2017-07-25 02:09:10
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'Mystery' signal from space is solved. It's not aliens  

Miami (AFP) July 21, 2017 Astronomers have finally solved the mystery of peculiar signals coming from a nearby star, a story that sparked intense public speculation this week that perhaps, finally, alien life had been found. It hasn't. The signal, which has been formally named "Weird!" was interference from a distant satellite. Of course, astronomers said all along that extra-terrestrials were quite far at the bo

2017-07-25 01:59:56
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A Final Farewell to LISA Pathfinder  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 25, 2017 With the push of a button, final commands for the European Space Agency's LISA Pathfinder mission were beamed to space on July 18, a final goodbye before the spacecraft was powered down. LISA Pathfinder had been directed into a parking orbit in April, keeping it out of Earth's way. The final action this week switches it off completely after a successful 16 months of science measurements.

2017-07-25 01:29:21
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The moon is front and center during a total solar eclipse  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 In the lead-up to a total solar eclipse, most of the attention is on the sun, but Earth's moon also has a starring role. "A total eclipse is a dance with three partners: the moon, the sun and Earth," said Richard Vondrak, a lunar scientist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland. "It can only happen when there is an exquisite alignment of the moon and the sun in our sk

2017-07-24 07:02:41
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A robot that grows  

Santa Barbara CA (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 At first glance, robots would appear to have exactly nothing in common with sweet peas or other climbing vines. Yet thanks to some innovative scientists, they now share at least one trait: the ability to extend their reach. Inspired by the growing action of plants and other living things, researchers at UC Santa Barbara and Stanford University have developed a tubular robot that - much lik

2017-07-24 06:20:41
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Flashes of light on the dark matter  

Trieste, Italy (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 A web that passes through infinite intergalactic spaces, a dense cosmic forest illuminated by very distant lights and a huge enigma to solve. These are the picturesque ingredients of a scientific research - carried out by an international team composed of researchers from the International School for Adavnced Studies (SISSA) and the Abdus Salam International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP)

2017-07-24 06:10:38
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Semiliquid chains pulled out of a sea of microparticles  

Warsaw, Poland (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 An electrode brought to the surface of a liquid that contains microparticles can be used to pull out surprisingly long chains of particles. Curiously enough, the particles in the chains are held together by a thin layer of liquid that covers them. This spectacular phenomenon, discovered with the involvement of Polish scientists and described in the prestigious journal Nature Communications, hold

2017-07-24 05:51:34
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Neil Armstrong moon bag sells for $1.8mn in New York  

New York (AFP) July 20, 2017 A bag Neil Armstrong used to collect the first ever samples of the moon - which was once nearly thrown out with the trash - sold at auction Thursday for $1.8 million, Sotheby's said. The outer decontamination bag, which was flown to the moon on Apollo 11 and still carries traces of moon dust and small rock, was sold on the 48th anniversary of the first moon landing in 1969. Auctioneer

2017-07-24 05:48:19
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New Ways Developed to See the Formation of Stars in the Milky Way  

Chicago IL (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 A research team led by Adler Planetarium astronomer Dr. Grace Wolf-Chase has discovered new evidence of stars forming in our Milky Way Galaxy. By using a telescope equipped to detect infrared light invisible to our eyes, this exciting new science is revealing how stars, including our very own Sun, grow up within clusters and groups. The Astrophysical Journal has published a paper on the subject

2017-07-24 05:11:20
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SETI Institute-Unistellar Partnership Promises to Revolutionize Amateur Astronomy  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 The SETI Institute and French startup Unistellar, have announced a partnership to commercialize a new telescope that promises to deliver an unparalleled view of the cosmos to amateur astronomers, and provide the opportunity to contribute directly to cutting-edge science. Unistellar's new eVscope leverages "Enhanced Vision" imaging technology and now provides three unique features never before o

2017-07-24 04:56:28
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Holographic imaging could sample and identify living microbes in the outer solar system  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jul 24, 2017 We may be capable of finding microbes in space - but if we did, could we tell what they were, and that they were alive? This month the journal Astrobiology is publishing a special issue dedicated to the search for signs of life on Saturn's icy moon Enceladus. Included is a paper from Caltech's Jay Nadeau and colleagues offering evidence that a technique called digital holographic microscop

2017-07-24 04:23:38
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Rural Alaska Benefits from Enhanced WiFi and Broadband Services via Satellite  

Luxembourg (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 Alaskan internet service provider (ISP) OptimERA is leveraging SES Networks' new managed infrastructure service and a full 72MHz transponder to significantly improve broadband connectivity speed 10-fold throughout the remote port city of Unalaska, and neighboring towns and islands across Southwest Alaska. In an agreement announced by SES, OptimERA has secured capacity aboard SES's NSS-9 sa

2017-07-24 04:22:20
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Strengthening 3-D printed parts for real-world use  

College Station TX (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 From aerospace and defense to digital dentistry and medical devices, 3-D printed parts are used in a variety of industries. Currently, 3-D printed parts are very fragile and traditionally used in the prototyping phase of materials or as a toy for display. A doctoral student in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Texas A and M University has pioneered a countermeasure to transf

2017-07-24 03:49:13
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Astronauts grow cucumbers in space to help scientists understand root growth  

Washington (UPI) Jul 21, 2017 Which factor is more important to root growth: gravity or water? To find out, scientists recruited astronauts to grow cucumbers on the International Space Station. In the soil, roots seek out higher concentrations of water. The tendency is called hydrotropism. Roots also tend to grow downward as a result of gravity, a pattern called gravitropism. But researchers haven't been able

2017-07-24 02:42:11
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New evidence for the Majorana fermion, a particle that's its own antiparticle  

Stanford CA (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 In 1928, physicist Paul Dirac made the stunning prediction that every fundamental particle in the universe has an antiparticle - its identical twin but with opposite charge. When particle and antiparticle met they would be annihilated, releasing a poof of energy. Sure enough, a few years later the first antimatter particle - the electron's opposite, the positron - was discovered, and antimatter

2017-07-24 02:17:41
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Evidence of the Higgs particle's decay in quarks  

Freiburg, Germany (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 As part of the ATLAS collaboration, the Freiburg research group led by Prof. Dr. Karl Jakobs and Dr. Christian Weiser has contributed to finding strong evidence that, among other things, the Higgs particle decays into quarks. The researchers analyzed data sets that were recorded in 2015 and 2016 with the ATLAS detector at the world's largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider

2017-07-24 01:51:57
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Good Night, Lisa Pathfinder  

Hannover, Germany (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 LISA Pathfinder has been switched off as planned on the evening of 18thof July, ending its successful mission which surpassed all expectations After 16 months of science measurements an international team deactivated the LISA Pathfinder satellite on the evening of the 18th of July 2017. The gravitational-wave laboratory in space powered down after receiving the last commands in the evening

2017-07-24 01:35:34
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Solar eclipse offers millions a chance at citizen science  

Miami (AFP) July 21, 2017 Millions of people, from students to rocket scientists, are poised to contribute to a massive scientific effort to study the total solar eclipse that will sweep across the United States August 21. The entire country will fall into shadow as the "Great American Eclipse" passes, though the darkest path, or "totality," will be contained in a 70-mile (113-kilometer) ribbon that moves from Oregon

2017-07-24 01:18:20
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NASA looks to solar eclipse to help understand Earth's energy system  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 It was midafternoon, but it was dark in an area in Boulder, Colorado on Aug. 3, 1998. A thick cloud appeared overhead and dimmed the land below for more than 30 minutes. Well-calibrated radiometers showed that there were very low levels of light reaching the ground, sufficiently low that researchers decided to simulate this interesting event with computer models. Now in 2017, inspired by the eve

2017-07-21 07:35:04
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Russia to Supply Largest Ever Number of Space Rocket Engines to US This Year  

Zhukovskiy (Sputnik) Jul 21, 2017 Russia will supply the largest ever number of space rocket engines to the United States in 2017 within the framework of the previous agreements, head of the Russia's NPO Energomash corporation Igor Arbuzov said on Wednesday. In 2014, the US Congress strictly limited future purchases of Russian RD-180 engines used in Atlas launch vehicles since 2000 at a time when it imposed economic sancti

2017-07-21 05:33:46
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Living in Deep Space: Lockheed Martin to Build Full-Scale Prototype of NASA Cislunar Habitat  

Cape Canaveral FL (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 Refurbishing a shuttle-era cargo container used to transfer cargo to the International Space Station, Lockheed Martin is prototyping a deep space habitat for NASA at Kennedy Space Center. This prototype will integrate evolving technologies to keep astronauts safe while onboard and operate the spacecraft autonomously when unoccupied. Under a public-private partnership, NASA recently awarded

2017-07-21 05:08:46
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Hubble sees Martian moon orbiting the Red Planet  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 The sharp eye of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured the tiny moon Phobos during its orbital trek around Mars. Because the moon is so small, it appears star-like in the Hubble pictures. Over the course of 22 minutes, Hubble took 13 separate exposures, allowing astronomers to create a time-lapse video showing the diminutive moon's orbital path. The Hubble observations were intended t

2017-07-21 04:32:19
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Airbus built Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite ready for launch  

Stevenage UK (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 Europe's pollution monitoring satellite Sentinel-5 Precursor is ready to leave Airbus' Stevenage site for launch on a Rokot rocket from Plesetsk Cosmodrome, Russia. Sentinel-5 Precursor is part of the global monitoring programme "Copernicus", a joint European Commission-ESA undertaking which aims to acquire continuous and accurate Earth observation data and provide services to improve the

2017-07-21 04:26:35
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Space Tourist From Asian Country to Travel to ISS in 2019  

Zhukovskiy (Sputnik) Jul 21, 2017 A yet unidentified space tourist from an Asian country will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS) as a member of the crew in 2019, Russia's Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia Director General Vladimir Solntsev said Tuesday. "The new space tourist, who is set to travel to the ISS in 2019, is being trained already. He is a national of one of the Asian countries," Solntsev

2017-07-21 04:01:39
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Panorama Above 'Perseverance Valley'  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 21, 2017 NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity recorded a panoramic view before entering the upper end of a fluid-carved valley that descends the inner slope of a large crater's rim. The scene includes a broad notch in the crest of the crater's rim, which may have been a spillway where water or ice or wind flowed over the rim and into the crater. Wheel tracks visible in the area of the notch we

2017-07-21 03:01:53
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Ground-Breaking Ground-Based Images of Planets from Pro-Am Team  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 The first observing run of a collaboration between amateur and professional astronomers to monitor our planetary neighbours has resulted in some of the best planetary images ever taken from the ground. The 'Pic-Net' project aims to use the one-metre diameter planetary telescope at the Pic du Midi Observatory in the French Pyrenees to monitor the meteorology of planets in our solar system,

2017-07-21 02:38:36
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Elon Musk says successful maiden flight for Falcon Heavy unlikely  

Washington (AFP) July 20, 2017 SpaceX CEO and founder Elon Musk has downplayed the chances of a successful inaugural flight for his Falcon Heavy space launch vehicle, admitting there is a "good chance it would not make it to orbit in its first launch." Development of the booster rocket, which is powered by 27 engines, has proven to be "way harder than the team initially thought," he told the International Space Station Re

2017-07-21 02:04:40
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Scientists get best measure of star-forming material in galaxy clusters in early universe  

Riverside CA (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 The international Spitzer Adaptation of the Red-sequence Cluster Survey (SpARCS) collaboration based at the University of California, Riverside has combined observations from several of the world's most powerful telescopes to carry out one of the largest studies yet of molecular gas - the raw material which fuels star formation throughout the universe - in three of the most distant clusters of g

2017-07-21 02:01:24
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Eyes Wide Open for MASCARA Exoplanet Hunter  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 The MASCARA (Multi-site All-Sky CAmeRA) station at ESO's La Silla Observatory in Chile has achieved first light. This new facility will seek out transiting exoplanets as they pass in front of their bright parent stars and create a catalogue of targets for future exoplanet characterisation observations. In June 2016, ESO reached an agreement with Leiden University to site a station of MASCA

2017-07-21 01:54:22
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Spiral arms allow school children to weigh black holes  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 Astronomers from Swinburne University of Technology, Australia, and the University of Minnesota Duluth, USA, have provided a way for armchair astronomers, and even primary school children, to merely look at a spiral galaxy and estimate the mass of its hidden, central black hole. The research was supported by the Australian Research Council and has been published in the journal Monthly Notices o

2017-07-21 01:43:19
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ULA to launch Dream Chaser for cargo runs to ISS for Sierra Nevada  

Centennial CO (SPX) Jul 21, 2017 Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC) announced that it selected United Launch Alliance's (ULA's) commercially developed Atlas V rocket to launch the first two missions of its Dream Chaser cargo system in support of NASA's Cargo Resupply Services 2 (CRS2) contract. "ULA is pleased to partner with Sierra Nevada Corporation to launch its Dream Chaser cargo system to the International Space Station

2017-07-21 01:26:48
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Cleanup Time: Russia Launches Satellite to Remove Space Junk from Orbit  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 21, 2017 A new satellite developed by a group of students at the Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering has been fitted with metallic reflectors and will be able to remove space junk circling the Earth. Radio Sputnik talked to the head of high technology developing at 12-Digital, Nikita Yershov. The probe is part of a flotilla of 73 artificial orbital bodies aboard the Soyuz rocket, which was

2017-07-21 01:11:44
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Russia, China to Set Up Pilot Zone to Test National Navigation Systems  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 21, 2017 Russia and China are set to establish a pilot zone to test the Russian GLONASS and Chinese BeiDou satellite navigation systems on passenger and freight transportation routes going through Kraskino - Hunchun and Poltavka - Dongning checkpoints on the border in Russia's Primorsky Territory, the Russian Transport Ministry said. The issue was discussed during a meeting of a bilateral working g

2017-07-21 01:07:29
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Ancient, massive asteroid impact could explain Martian geological mysteries  

Boulder CO (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 The origin and nature of Mars is mysterious. It has geologically distinct hemispheres, with smooth lowlands in the north and cratered, high-elevation terrain in the south. The red planet also has two small oddly-shaped oblong moons and a composition that sets it apart from that of the Earth. New research by University of Colorado Boulder professor Stephen Mojzsis outlines a likely cause fo

2017-07-20 15:56:49
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Quantum mechanical particles travel backwards, study confirms  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2017 A team of particle physicists and mathematicians have confirmed all quantum mechanical particles move backwards - in the opposite direction of the force acting upon them. The phenomenon is called "backflow." Until now, scientists had only observed the counterintuitive movement among "free" quantum particles - particles free from any active forces. In the newest experiments, researcher

2017-07-20 15:22:58
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Gamma-ray Telescopes Reveal a High-energy Trap in Our Galaxy's Center  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 A combined analysis of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope and the High Energy Stereoscopic System (H.E.S.S.), a ground-based observatory in Namibia, suggests the center of our Milky Way contains a "trap" that concentrates some of the highest-energy cosmic rays, among the fastest particles in the galaxy. "Our results suggest that most of the cosmic rays populating the innermos

2017-07-20 15:07:34
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Ancient worm burrows offer insights into early 'ecosystem engineers'  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2017 Newly discovered fossils have offered scientists fresh insights into the role worms played in transforming the seabed during the Cambrian Period. Fossilized burrows recovered in China deliver a snapshot of a subtle seabed change with significant ecological ramifications. Prior to the Cambrian explosion, a period of accelerated speciation and biological diversity some 500 million

2017-07-20 13:39:47
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NKorea 'clearly' has range to hit US: general  

Washington (AFP) July 18, 2017 North Korea "clearly" has the range to hit parts of the United States with an intercontinental ballistic missile - but not with much accuracy, a top US general said Tuesday. Pyongyang on July 4 for the first time tested an ICBM that experts said could potentially reach parts of Alaska or Hawaii. But General Paul Selva, who is vice chair of the Joint Chiefs of the Staff, testified he was

2017-07-20 13:07:09
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Rovers drive through Tenerife darkness  

Paris (ESA) Jul 20, 2017 A pair of ESA rovers trundled around a Moon-like area of Tenerife by both day and night during a nine-day test campaign, gathering terabytes of data for follow-up analysis. A team from ESA's Planetary Robotics Laboratory, with a vehicle called the Heavy Duty Planetary Rover (HDPR), joined engineers from GMV in Spain employing a second ESA-owned rover and associated control systems called t

2017-07-20 13:02:37
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Gamma-ray telescopes locate high-energy trap in the middle of the Milky Way  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2017 According to the latest observations from several large gamma-ray telescopes, the center of the Milky Way contains a high-energy trap, where cosmic rays are slowed by clouds of gas and dust. "Our results suggest that most of the cosmic rays populating the innermost region of our galaxy, and especially the most energetic ones, are produced in active regions beyond the galactic center and

2017-07-20 12:55:19
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Researchers develop dynamic templates critical to printable electronics technology  

Urbana IL (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 When it comes to efficiency, sometimes it helps to look to Mother Nature for advice - even in technology as advanced as printable, flexible electronics. Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed bio-inspired dynamic templates used to manufacture organic semiconductor materials that produce printable electronics. It uses a process similar to biomineralization - the way that b

2017-07-20 12:08:23
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In Gulf of Mexico, NASA Evaluates How Crew Will Exit Orion  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 When astronauts return to Earth from destinations beyond the moon in NASA's Orion spacecraft and splashdown in the Pacific Ocean, they'll still need to safely get out of the spacecraft and back on dry land. Using the waters off the coast of Galveston, Texas, a NASA and Department of Defense team tested Orion exit procedures in a variety of scenarios July 10-14. During the crew egress testi

2017-07-20 10:48:03
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NASA's New Horizons Team Strikes Gold in Argentina  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 A primitive solar system object that's more than four billion miles (6.5 billion kilometers) away passed in front of a distant star as seen from Earth. Just before midnight Eastern Time Sunday (12:50 a.m. local time July 17), several telescopes deployed by the New Horizons team in a remote part of Argentina were in precisely the right place at the right time to catch its fleeting shadow - an eve

2017-07-20 10:16:29
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Goodbye HERA, Hello Sleep: NASA's HERA XIII Crew Returns Home to Slumber  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 After 45 days in NASA's Human Exploration Research Analog (HERA), the four-man crew can hardly hold their eyes open. This mission was the first of its kind to last 45 days, as well as incorporate sleep reduction for research purposes. "The sleep deprivation was really difficult," said, James Titus, HERA crew member. "It really hindered our normalcy. We are used to working and living our li

2017-07-20 08:45:18
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US and Iran in tit-for-tat sanctions over missiles  

Washington (AFP) July 18, 2017 The US and Iran traded tit-for-tat sanctions on Tuesday over the Islamic republic's ballistic missile program, just hours after Washington admitted Tehran was complying with a landmark nuclear deal signed two years ago. After the US announced its new sanctions, Iran hit back, calling them "worthless" and "illegal" and announcing its own sanctions "against American people and entities that ha

2017-07-20 06:19:32
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Study details early impacts that shaped the Milky Way  

Washington (UPI) Jul 18, 2017 Astronomers say they've found evidence of a series of early galactic collisions that shaped the Milky Way. The Milky Way doesn't exist in a cosmic vacuum. Throughout its history, its interacted with other galaxies. Researchers also believe the Milky Way has been shaped by early impacts. And now, scientists have observational evidence of those impacts. In analyzing the distributio

2017-07-20 06:12:56
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Scientists reveal new connections between small particles and the vast universe  

Hong Kong (SPX) Jul 20, 2017 Our observable universe is the largest object that physicists study: It spans a diameter of almost 100 billion light years. The density correlations in our universe, for example, correlations between numbers of galaxies at different parts of the universe, indicate that our vast universe has originated from a stage of cosmic inflation. On the other hand, elementary particles are the smalles

2017-07-20 04:14:31
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Sol 1756: Closing time  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 20, 2017 This week marked the last chance for us to reliably command Curiosity before she, and Mars, disappear behind the Sun for about three weeks. This made today's planning feel as if the Sun were setting on our normally active rover activities, akin to this Martian sunset image from 2015. MAHLI, APXS and ChemCam were already stored safely for the upcoming conjunction nap, leaving Mastcam and MA

2017-07-20 02:47:36
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How do you build a metal nanoparticle?  

Pittsburgh PA (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 Although scientists have for decades been able to synthesize nanoparticles in the lab, the process is mostly trial and error, and how the formation actually takes place is obscure. However, a study recently published in Nature Communications by chemical engineers at the University of Pittsburgh's Swanson School of Engineering explains how metal nanoparticles form. "Thermodynamic Stability

2017-07-19 14:13:22
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Spontaneous system follows rules of equilibrium  

Chicago IL (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 Scientists have long known the ins and outs of equilibrium thermodynamics. Systems in equilibrium - a stable state of unchanging balance - are governed by a neat set of rules, making them predictable and easy to explore. "In equilibrium, there is a fantastic framework that is very well tested. There are almost no assumptions," said Northwestern Engineering's Erik Luijten. "The problem is that mo

2017-07-19 14:02:28
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Coupling a nano-trumpet with a quantum dot enables precise position determination  

Basel, Switzerland (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 Scientists from the Swiss Nanoscience Institute and the University of Basel have succeeded in coupling an extremely small quantum dot with 1,000 times larger trumpet-shaped nanowire. The movement of the nanowire can be detected with a sensitivity of 100 femtometers via the wavelength of the light emitted by the quantum dot. Conversely, the oscillation of the nanowire can be influenced by e

2017-07-19 11:04:04
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Japanese engineers develop headset-less VR system  

Tokyo (AFP) July 18, 2017 A virtual reality "space ride" in which viewers feel as if they are flying through the air inside a giant glass ball has been developed in Japan. Unlike conventional VR systems, the "8K:VR Ride" - which resembles a cross between a theme park ride and a miniature IMAX theatre - does not require users to wear any headgear. Instead they are placed on two swivelling, elevated chairs just i

2017-07-19 09:07:54
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Stratospheric Combat: Russian MiG-31 Intercepts, Destroys Supersonic Missile  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 18, 2017 A Russian MiG-31 interceptor has successfully intercepted and destroyed a simulated supersonic cruise missile flying in the stratosphere during a drill in the Russian Far East. The press service of Russian Pacific Fleet reported that a pair of MiG-31s, stationed in Kamchatka, successfully locked onto and destroyed a simulated cruise missile target launched from a ship in the Sea of Okhotsk

2017-07-19 09:03:32
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Cyber and Space Defense Units to Enter Operation in India  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Jul 18, 2017 Two separate cyber and space agencies for defense will soon enter operation in India, Defense Secretary Sanjay Mitra revealed this week. The new agencies will protect defense-related websites from hackers, as Indian governmental defense-related websites have survived hundreds of cyber-attacks in the last few years. "The Defense Secretary apprised the audience (members of unified commanders

2017-07-19 07:06:12
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Planets Like Earth May Have Had Muddy Origins  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 Scientists have long held the belief that planets - including Earth - were built from rocky asteroids, but new research challenges that view. Published in Science Advances, a journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the research suggests that many of the original planetary building blocks in our solar system may actually have started life, not as rocky asteroids,

2017-07-19 06:52:21
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US Space Corps: Why the Idea of Battling China and Russia in Space is So Flawed  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Jul 18, 2017 While US lawmakers are moving forward with plans to create a "Space Corps" with the announced purpose of battling China and Russia in space; American generals oppose the idea of introducing space units. Russian political analysts review why this idea is so flawed. forward with plans to create a "Space Corps" to be able to battle Russia and China in space. "National security space can no l

2017-07-19 05:12:01
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Lockheed awarded $130.3 million contract for Patriot missile foreign sales  

Washington (UPI) Jul 17, 2017 Lockheed Martin Missile and Fire Control has been awarded a $130.3 million foreign military sales contract for Patriot Advanced Capability-3 anti-ballistic missile systems, the Department of Defense announced Friday. The contract will provide for 35 missile segment enhancements, 100 launcher modifications kits, parts, software, and missile round trainers. Recipients of the systems inclu

2017-07-19 05:06:34
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Research makes robots better at following spoken instructions  

Providence RI (SPX) Jul 18, 2017 A new system based on research by Brown University computer scientists makes robots better at following spoken instructions, no matter how abstract or specific those instructions may be. The development, which was presented this week at the Robotics: Science and Systems 2017 conference in Boston, is a step toward robots that are able to more seamlessly communicate with human collaborators.

2017-07-19 04:55:49
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