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Tecolote awarded $38.8M for Space and Missile Systems Center operations  

Washington (UPI) Feb 15, 2019 Tecolate Research was awarded a $38.6 million contract to support acquisition and financial operations at the U.S. Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center. This contract provides the remote sensing systems directorate to execute integrated program management for a broad range of acquisition, financial, and administrative capabilities of space-related research, development, producti

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2019-02-20 03:36:55

Disarmament efforts must include China as well as US, Russia: Merkel  

Munich, Germany (AFP) Feb 16, 2019 China must be involved in international disarmament efforts, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday, amid rising concern about Beijing's missile arsenal and the suspension of a key US-Russia arms treaty. Fears that the web of agreements limiting the proliferation of nuclear warheads and other weapons could be in jeopardy have grown since Washington and Moscow announced their withdrawa

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2019-02-20 03:25:33

Can we trust scientific discoveries made using machine learning?  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 Rice University statistician Genevera Allen says scientists must keep questioning the accuracy and reproducibility of scientific discoveries made by machine-learning techniques until researchers develop new computational systems that can critique themselves. Allen, associate professor of statistics, computer science and electrical and computer engineering at Rice and of pediatrics-neurolog

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2019-02-20 03:12:38

No movement in Russian missile talks: NATO chief  

Munich, Germany (AFP) Feb 15, 2019 Russia gave "no new signals" Friday about saving a landmark Cold War missile control agreement, the head of NATO said, as fears grow of a new arms race in Europe. Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said a meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Segei Lavrov brought no breakthrough and no indication that Moscow might be willing to back down over a missile system which NATO says breaches the Int

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2019-02-20 02:55:55

Spintronics by 'straintronics'  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Switching magnetic domains in magnetic memories requires normally magnetic fields which are generated by electrical currents, hence requiring large amounts of electrical power. Now, teams from France, Spain and Germany have demonstrated the feasibility of another approach at the nanoscale: "We can induce magnetic order on a small region of our sample by employing a small electric field instead o

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2019-02-20 02:37:06

Five teams will help DARPA detect undersea activity by analyzing behaviors of marine organisms  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 Goliath grouper, black sea bass, and snapping shrimp, along with bioluminescent plankton and other microorganisms, are set to be the unlikely heroes of DARPA's Persistent Aquatic Living Sensors (PALS) program. Five teams of researchers are developing new types of sensor systems that detect and record the behaviors of these marine organisms and interpret them to identify, characterize, and

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2019-02-20 02:03:33

US Air Force reviews boosting military space capabilities at New Mexico Base  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Feb 18, 2019 The US Air Force is preparing to expand facilities for its space rapid response military operations at a base in the state of New Mexico, two senators said in a press release on Thursday. "[Today], US Senators Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich announced that the US Air Force has submitted a three phase plan to construct secure workspace at Kirk that will support the expanded mission of the Spa

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2019-02-20 01:22:57

NASA set to demonstrate x-ray communications in space  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 A new experimental type of deep space communications technology is scheduled to be demonstrated on the International Space Station this spring. Currently, NASA relies on radio waves to send information between spacecraft and Earth. Emerging laser communications technology offers higher data rates that let spacecraft transmit more data at a time. This demonstration involves X-ray communicat

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2019-02-19 15:29:06

Citizen scientists invited to join quest for new worlds  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 The Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project re-launches this week, with a call to volunteer citizen scientists to join the search for cold worlds near the Sun. With its newly revamped online interface and equipped with twice as much data as before, the project offers new opportunities to discover planets lurking yet unseen in the outer reaches of the Solar System (e.g., Planet 9, Planet X) as well as

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2019-02-19 14:47:44

InSight is the Newest Mars weather service  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 20, 2019 No matter how cold your winter has been, it's probably not as chilly as Mars. Check for yourself: Starting today, the public can get a daily weather report from NASA's InSight lander. This public tool includes stats on temperature, wind and air pressure recorded by InSight. Sunday's weather was typical for the lander's location during late northern winter: a high of 2 degrees Fahrenheit (-

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2019-02-19 14:26:05

Solar tadpole-like jets seen with IRIS add new clue to age-old mystery  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 Scientists have discovered tadpole-shaped jets coming out of regions with intense magnetic fields on the Sun. Unlike those living on Earth, these "tadpoles" - formally called pseudo-shocks - are made entirely of plasma, the electrically conducting material made of charged particles that account for an estimated 99 percent of the observable universe. The discovery adds a new clue to one of the lo

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2019-02-19 13:38:15

Technology developed in Brazil will be part of ISS  

Sao Paulo, Brazil (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 A new version of equipment developed in Brazil - the Solar-T - will be sent to the International Space Station (ISS) to measure solar flares. It is estimated that the Sun-THz, the name given to the new photometric telescope, will be launched in 2022 on one of the missions to the ISS and will remain there to take consistent measurements. The photometric telescope works at a frequency of 0.2

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2019-02-19 13:33:50

New sky map detects hundreds of thousands of unknown galaxies  

Leiden, Netherlands (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 An international team of more than 200 astronomers from 18 countries has published the first phase of a major new radio sky survey at unprecedented sensitivity using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) telescope. The survey reveals hundreds of thousands of previously undetected galaxies, shedding new light on many research areas including the physics of black holes and how clusters of galaxies

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2019-02-19 12:44:53

Space behaviour focus of Expedition 58  

Paris (ESA) Feb 20, 2019 Europe's Columbus laboratory enters its eleventh year in space with steady operations, a few upgrades and several experiments in full swing. The physical behaviour of particles, liquids and cells in microgravity was the focus of ESA's activities on the International Space Station during the first weeks of February. The three astronauts from Expedition 58 living in space worked on e

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2019-02-19 10:07:01

Confirming a source of the process behind auroras and the formation of stars  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 Fast magnetic reconnection, the rapid convergence, separation and explosive snapping together of magnetic field lines, gives rise to northern lights, solar flares and geomagnetic storms that can disrupt cell phone service and electric power grids. The phenomenon takes place in plasma, the state of matter composed of free electrons and atomic nuclei, or ions, that makes up 99 percent of the

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2019-02-19 07:29:25

LOFAR radio telescope reveals secrets of solar storms  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 An international team of scientists led by a researcher from Trinity College Dublin and University of Helsinki announced a major discovery on the very nature of solar storms in the journal Nature Astronomy. The team showed that solar storms can accelerate particles simultaneously in several locations by combining data from the Low Frequency Array, LOFAR, with images from NASA, NOAA and ESA

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2019-02-19 06:40:32

NIST 'Astrocomb' Opens New Horizons for Planet-Hunting Telescope  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 The hunt for Earth-like planets, and perhaps extraterrestrial life, just got more precise, thanks to record-setting starlight measurements made possible by a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) "astrocomb." NIST's custom-made frequency comb-which precisely measures frequencies, or colors, of light-ensures the precision of starlight analysis by an instrument called a spect

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2019-02-19 05:28:37

Arianespace to orbit the first six satellites of the OneWeb constellation  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Feb 20, 2019 For its second mission of the year - and the initial flight in 2019 with the Soyuz medium launcher - Arianespace will perform the first launch for the OneWeb constellation. By operating this maiden flight, out of 21 launches on behalf of the global satellite operator, Arianespace participates in the fulfilment of its customer's ultimate ambition: providing Internet access for everyone, eve

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2019-02-19 04:12:28

Astronaut photography benefiting the planet  

Paris (ESA) Feb 18, 2019 When astronauts take photographs of our planet while orbiting 400 km above our heads, they are doing much more than just taking pretty pictures. They are looking after the health of our planet and, ultimately, us too. Techniques used by astrophotographers looking at the stars and space exploration come together to measure the environmental impact of artificial lights at night. The on

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2019-02-19 03:47:03

Shaping light lets 2D microscopes capture 4D data  

Houston TX (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Rice University researchers have added a new dimension to their breakthrough technique that expands the capabilities of standard laboratory microscopes. Two years ago, the Rice lab of chemist Christy Landes introduced super temporal resolution microscopy, a technique that allowed researchers to image fluorescent molecules 20 times faster than traditional lab cameras normally allow. They've

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2019-02-19 03:36:53

Tidal tails mark the beginning of the end of an open star cluster  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 In the course of their life, open star clusters continuously lose stars to their surroundings. The resulting swath of tidal tails provides a glimpse into the evolution and dissolution of a star cluster. Thus far only tidal tails of massive globular clusters and dwarf galaxies have been discovered in the Milky Way system. In open clusters, this phenomenon existed only in theory. Researchers

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2019-02-19 03:36:42

Northwestern study of analog crews in isolation reveals weak spots for Mission to Mars  

Evanston IL (SPX) Feb 19, 2019 Northwestern University researchers are developing a predictive model to help NASA anticipate conflicts and communication breakdowns among crew members and head off problems that could make or break the Mission to Mars. NASA has formalized plans to send a crewed spacecraft to Mars, a journey that could involve 250 million miles of travel. Among the worldwide teams of researchers toiling ov

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2019-02-19 03:33:22

US-UK-Australia funding to improve global gravitational wave network  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 The National Science Foundation (NSF) is awarding Caltech and MIT $20.4 million to upgrade the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO), an NSF-funded project that made history in 2015 after making the first direct detection of ripples in space and time, called gravitational waves. The investment is part of a joint international effort in collaboration with UK Research an

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2019-02-19 03:20:35

ASU astronomer helps research team zero in on puzzling astrophysical object  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 A volunteer working with the NASA-led Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project has found the oldest and coldest known white dwarf - an old Earth-sized remnant of a sun-like star that has died - ringed by dust and debris. Astronomers suspect this could be the first known white dwarf with multiple dust rings. The star, LSPM J0207+3331 or J0207 for short, is forcing researchers to reconsider models

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2019-02-19 03:15:52

Russia sketches out "Unpiloted Tourist Space Yacht" concept that would graze space  

Sochi (Sputnik) Feb 19, 2019 The development of a "space yacht" capable of taking off from ordinary airfields to deliver tourists to near-earth orbit, is conducted in Russia with the support of the National Technology Initiative's (NTI) AeroNet and SpaceNet working groups, chief designer of NPO Aviation and Space Technologies Alexander Begak told Sputnik. "We have an opportunity to land on any airfield, the device lan

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2019-02-19 03:06:32

Apollo gave America a reason to dream  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 19, 2019 The Apollo program gave a nation reasons to dream, it inspired its generation and generations to come, in those years Space flight was the absolute symbol of American resolve, but interest in space flight at that intensity soon gave way to substantial budget cuts and a general loss of interest from the public. The achievements and sometimes even technical know-how gained during this era ha

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2019-02-19 03:04:06

18m pounds for OneWeb satellite constellation to deliver global communications  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 19, 2019 Affordable worldwide internet coverage is one step closer today, after 18 million pounds of UK Space Agency funding was awarded to OneWeb through the European Space Agency, to aid the development of its next generation satellite constellation. A global communications network in space, the system will be comprised of approximately 650 satellites initially and scale to more than 900 satellit

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2019-02-19 03:01:33

Ultra-lightweight ceramic material can withstand extreme temps  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 UCLA researchers and collaborators at eight other research institutions have created an extremely light, very durable ceramic aerogel. The material could be used for applications like insulating spacecraft because it can withstand the intense heat and severe temperature changes that space missions endure. Ceramic aerogels have been used to insulate industrial equipment since the 1990s, and

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2019-02-19 02:36:01

Russia mulls offering US upgraded space vehicle for lunar orbit station supplies  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 18, 2019 Russia is planning to offer the United States to deliver supplies to the future international lunar orbital station with the use of the modernized Progress-L cargo spacecraft, a Russian space industry source has told Sputnik. It was reported earlier that NASA, together with other countries, plans to build a manned LOP-G station (Lunar Orbital Platform - Gateway) in lunar orbit in the 2020s

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2019-02-19 02:17:19

Weather on Mars: Chilly with a chance of 'dust devils'  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Feb 20, 2019 If you're planning a trip to Elysium Planitia on Mars, pack a sweater. Starting this week, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory will provide daily weather reports for Mars, courtesy of the red planet's newest robotic resident, InSight. "The InSight lander is close to the Martian equator - just north of the equator - so it is experiencing Martian winter," said Cornell's Don Banfield, the

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2019-02-19 02:08:25

Israel's first lunar mission to launch this week  

Tel Aviv (AFP) Feb 18, 2019 Israel is to launch its first moon mission this week, sending an unmanned spacecraft to collect data to be shared with NASA, organisers said Monday. The 585-kilogram (1,290-pound) Beresheet (Genesis) spacecraft is to lift off atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida at around 0145 GMT on Friday. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and technology NGO SpaceIL announced the date at

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2019-02-19 01:56:59

Interactive space simulation for nanosatellites  

Paris (ESA) Feb 20, 2019 Pioneer partner Open Cosmos are taking mission development to a new dimension, using a virtual reality-like simulation that replicates life in orbit for space technologies. Through an innovative combination of a plug-and-play test platform and software, the UK Harwell-based SME is slashing the time it takes for space missions to be designed and qualified for launch. Their online 'bee

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2019-02-19 01:50:08

Nanotechnology enables engineers to weld previously un-weldable aluminum alloy  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 An aluminum alloy developed in the 1940s has long held promise for use in automobile manufacturing, except for one key obstacle. Although it's nearly as strong as steel and just one-third the weight, it is almost impossible to weld together using the technique commonly used to assemble body panels or engine parts. That's because when the alloy is heated during welding, its molecular struct

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2019-02-19 01:48:58

A nearby river of stars  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 Astronomy and Astrophysics publishes the work of researchers from the University of Vienna, who have found a river of stars, a stellar stream in astronomical parlance, covering most of the southern sky. The stream is relatively nearby and contains at least 4000 stars that have been moving together in space since they formed, about 1 billion years ago. Due to its proximity to Earth, this st

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2019-02-19 01:46:25

Rosetta's comet sculpted by stress  

Paris (ESA) Feb 19, 2019 Feeling stressed? You're not alone. ESA's Rosetta mission has revealed that geological stress arising from the shape of Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko has been a key process in sculpting the comet's surface and interior following its formation. Small, icy comets with two distinct lobes seem to be commonplace in the Solar System, with one possible mode of formation a slow collision of two

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2019-02-19 01:41:01

Researchers find way to stabilize color of light in next-gen material  

Tallahassee FL (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 A team of Florida State University physicists has found a way to stabilize the color of light being emitted from a promising class of next-generation materials that researchers believe could be the basis for efficient and more cost-effective optoelectronic technologies that can turn light into electricity or vice versa. "This particular work is solving a critical problem that has inhibited

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2019-02-19 01:10:06

Philosophy: What exactly is a black hole?  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 A black hole is conventionally thought of as an astronomical object that irrevocably consumes all matter and radiation which comes within its sphere of influence. Physically, a black hole is defined by the presence of a singularity, i.e., a region of space, bounded by an 'event horizon', within which the mass/energy density becomes infinite, and the normally well-behaved laws of physics no longe

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2019-02-17 11:11:53

RIT faculty part of NASA's $242 million SPHEREx mission  

Rochester NY (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 A Rochester Institute of Technology professor is part of a small team of scientists contributing to NASA's new mission to explore the origins of the universe by performing the first near-infrared all-sky spectral survey. Assistant Professor Michael Zemcov is one of 19 co-investigators of the Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization, and Ices Explorer (SPHER

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2019-02-17 11:03:24

Merging neutron stars  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 The option to measure the gravitational waves of two merging neutron stars has offered the chance to answer some of the fundamental questions about the structure of matter. At the extremely high temperatures and densities in the merger scientists conjecture a phase-transition where neutrons dissolve into their constituents: quarks and gluons. In the current issue of Physical Review Letters, two

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2019-02-17 10:12:19

Scientists use spacecraft's measurements to study solar wind heating  

Washington (UPI) Feb 14, 2019 With the help of a NASA spacecraft, astrophysicists have uncovered the process by which energy is transferred between electromagnetic fields and plasma in space. Most of the visible matter in the universe exists in the form of plasma, an ionized state of matter. Understanding how energy is transferred to and from ionized particles in space can help scientists to better understand a vari

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2019-02-17 08:25:56

Where is the Universe Hiding its Missing Mass?  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Astronomers have spent decades looking for something that sounds like it would be hard to miss: about a third of the "normal" matter in the Universe. New results from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory may have helped them locate this elusive expanse of missing matter. From independent, well-established observations, scientists have confidently calculated how much normal matter - meaning hyd

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2019-02-17 07:54:46

Carbonaceous chondrites provide clues about the delivery of water to Earth  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 An international study led by researchers from the Institute of Space Sciences, from the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) and the Institut d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya has discovered that carbonaceous chondrites, a class of meteorites, incorporated hydrated minerals along with organic material from the protoplanetary disk before the formation of planets. Scientists from the stu

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2019-02-17 07:31:53

Meteorite source in asteroid belt not a single debris field  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 A new study published online in Meteoritics and Planetary Science finds that our most common meteorites, those known as L chondrites, come from at least two different debris fields in the asteroid belt. The belt contains many debris fields created from former dwarf planets, or dwarf planets in the making, that collided long ago. These fragments, called asteroids, continue to collide, produ

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2019-02-17 07:16:37

NASA to Advance Unique 3D Printed Sensor Technology  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 A NASA technologist is taking miniaturization to the extreme. Mahmooda Sultana won funding to advance a potentially revolutionary, nanomaterial-based detector platform. The technology is capable of sensing everything from minute concentrations of gases and vapor, atmospheric pressure and temperature, and then transmitting that data via a wireless antenna - all from the same self-contained platfo

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2019-02-17 05:59:48

Undersea gases could superheat the planet  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Feb 14, 2019 The world's oceans could harbor an unpleasant surprise for global warming, based on new research that shows how naturally occurring carbon gases trapped in reservoirs atop the seafloor escaped to superheat the planet in prehistory. Scientists say events that began on the ocean bottom thousands of years ago so disrupted the Earth's atmosphere that it melted away the ice age. Those new findi

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2019-02-17 05:25:46

IAU names landing site of Chinese Chang'e-4 probe on Far Side of Moon  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Feb 18, 2019 Five sites on the far side of the Moon now have official names, including Chang'e-4's landing site. The names have significance in Chinese culture, reflecting the background of the probe's team. The IAU Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature has approved the name Statio Tianhe for the landing site where the Chinese spacecraft Chang'e-4 touched down on 3 January this year, in the f

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2019-02-17 04:33:55

Tiny satellites reveal water dynamics in thousands of northern lakes  

Providence RI (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Using an army of small satellites, researchers have shown that water levels in small lakes across northern Canada and Alaska are far more variable during the summer than previously thought. The findings, published in Geophysical Research Letters, could have implications for how scientists calculate the natural greenhouse gas emissions from these northern lakes. The study used images taken

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2019-02-17 04:03:21

Offensive War in Space  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 A new arms race is unfolding among spacefaring nations. Space experts have been telling us about contested space for the last several years. Today, there are about 1,300 active satellites in a crowded nest of Earth orbits. They provide worldwide communications, GPS navigation, weather forecasting and planetary surveillance. Military organizations rely on many of these satellites in support

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2019-02-17 03:09:09

Taiwan Announces New Phase of Space Program, Hopes for Moon Mission  

Taipei (Sputnik) Feb 18, 2019 Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology has announced that the nation's space program has reached its third phase, during which it hopes to launch 10 satellites - one every 18 months - one of which would orbit the moon. The ambitious project, expected to cost NT$25.1 billion ($814 million), would be headed by Taiwan's National Applied Research Laboratories and the National Space Organi

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2019-02-17 02:14:51

Ball Aerospace to Build Spacecraft for NASA's SPHEREx Mission  

Boulder CO (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Ball Aerospace was selected by NASA to build the spacecraft for the Spectro Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer (SPHEREx), a Medium-class Explorer mission. Ball is also responsible for the system integration and test, support for integration of the spacecraft onto a launch vehicle and commissioning of the spacecraft after launch. The SPHEREx

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2019-02-17 01:50:03

Spacecraft measurements reveal mechanism of solar wind heating  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Queen Mary University of London has led a study which describes the first direct measurement of how energy is transferred from the chaotic electromagnetic fields in space to the particles that make up the solar wind, leading to the heating of interplanetary space. The study, published in Nature Communications and carried out with University of Arizona and the University of Iowa, shows that

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2019-02-17 01:04:19

Climate change: Scientists tap nature, space and society  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 Three scientists share their research from the natural, physical, and social sciences on novel responses to climate change. Thomas Crowther will identify long-disappeared forests available for restoration across the world. He will describe how data from thousands of soil samples collected by local scientists in 1.2 million locations reveal the world's most abundant population of soil organ

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2019-02-15 09:48:43

Five future astronauts and a teacher you need to know  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 All five of the women in NASA's latest class of astronaut candidates followed a passion for adventure and science to get where they are today and are inspirations for the next generation of NASA scientists. Kayla Barron, Zena Cardman, Jasmin Moghbeli, Loral O'Hara and Jessica Watkins are nearing the end of two years of intensive training that began in August 2017. They were selected out of

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2019-02-15 09:38:55

Russia mulls delivering takeoff-landing system to Moon in 2029  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 15, 2019 Russia is planning to launch the Don super-heavy carrier rocket in 2029 to deliver a takeoff/landing complex to the Moon, a space industry source told Sputnik. "The goal of the mission will be to deliver a takeoff/landing complex to the Moon to test the landing on its surface in order to ensure the future landing of Russian cosmonauts on the Earth's natural satellite", the source said.

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2019-02-15 08:42:28

Israel warns Iran that its missiles can travel 'very far'  

Haifa, Israel (AFP) Feb 12, 2019 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned Iran Tuesday that Israeli missiles can travel "very far", on the eve of a conference in Poland about peace and security in the Middle East. Speaking during a visit to a naval base in the northern port of Haifa, Netanyahu said: "The missiles you see behind me can go very far, against any enemy, including Iran's proxies in our region" - an apparent ref

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2019-02-15 07:51:24

NanoRacks completes sixth cubesat deployment from Cygnus spacecraft  

Dulles VA (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 NanoRacks has completed the Company's sixth CubeSat deployment mission from Northrop Grumman's Cygnus spacecraft. Cygnus (S.S. John Young) departed the International Space Station on February 8th, 2019 and performed a number of on-orbit activities, including yet another historic NanoRacks deployment. Cygnus maneuvered to a higher-than-Space Station altitude (445 kilometers) where the NanoR

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2019-02-15 06:34:24

Ice volume calculated anew  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 Climate change is causing glaciers to shrink around the world. Reduced meltwaters from these glaciers also have downstream effects, particularly on freshwater availability. A lack of meltwater can greatly restrict the water supply to many rivers, especially in arid regions such as the Andes or central Asia, that depend on this water source for agriculture. Up-to-date information on the wor

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2019-02-15 06:05:59

New NASA research consortium to tackle life's origins  

Riverside CA (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Did life on Earth originate in Darwin's warm little pond, on a sunbaked shore, or where hot waters vent into the deep ocean? And could a similar emergence have played out on other bodies in our solar system or planets far beyond? These questions lie at the center of research in NASA's new Prebiotic Chemistry and Early Earth Environments, or PCE3, Consortium. One of five cross-divisional re

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2019-02-15 05:47:41

exactEarth's real-time maritime tracking system now fully-deployed  

Cambridge UK (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 exactEarth Ltd. reports that the final six payloads for its second-generation constellation, exactView RT, are now operational, which completes the roll-out of world's first global, real-time Satellite-AIS service. This revolutionary capability is expected to enable a wide variety of new service capabilities for the global maritime community and to contribute strongly over the next 15 year

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2019-02-15 05:40:06

NASA heading back to Moon soon, and this time to stay  

Washington (AFP) Feb 14, 2019 NASA is accelerating plans to return Americans to the Moon, and this time, the US space agency says it will be there to stay. Jim Bridenstine, NASA's administrator, told reporters Thursday that the agency plans to speed up plans backed by President Donald Trump to return to the moon, using private companies. "It's important that we get back to the moon as fast as possible," said Brid

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2019-02-15 05:26:57

NASA Glenn Keeps X-57 Cool  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 NASA is preparing to explore electric-powered flight with the X-57 Maxwell, a unique all-electric aircraft which features 14 propellers along its wing. Those very small, yet highly efficient motors will produce a tremendous amount of power, but with power comes heat, and too much heat can cause issues for an aircraft. Adding a cooling system to the X-57's sleek design would add bulk and re

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2019-02-15 04:11:04

A stellar flare 10 billion times more powerful than those on the Sun  

Honolulu HI (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 The Hawaii-based James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (JCMT) has discovered a stellar flare 10 billion times more powerful than the Sun's solar flares, a history-making discovery that could unlock decades-old questions about the origin of our own Sun and planets, giving insight into how these celestial bodies were born. "A discovery of this magnitude could have only happened in Hawaii," said Dr.

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2019-02-15 04:05:28

Gravitational waves will settle cosmic conundrum  

London, UK (SPX) Feb 15, 2019 Measurements of gravitational waves from ~50 binary neutron stars over the next decade will definitively resolve an intense debate over how fast our universe is expanding, find an international team including UCL and Flatiron Institute cosmologists. The cosmos has been expanding for 13.8 billion years and its present rate of expansion, known as the Hubble constant, gives the time elapsed s

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2019-02-15 03:47:10

From Chelyabinsk to Cuba: The Meteor Connection  

Medellin, Colombia (SPX) Feb 14, 2019 On February 1, 2019, a bright meteor crossed the sky over Cuba just in the middle of the day. The phenomenon, which was followed by a "smoke trail" (a characteristic cloud left by the burn in the atmosphere of a meteoroid) and a sonic boom, was witnessed by thousands of locals and tourists in the region of Pinar del Rio (western side of the island). Almost at the same time of the impact, a

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2019-02-15 03:33:11

Russia Challenges US Defense in Space, Developing Capabilities  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Feb 13, 2019 Russia is likely pursuing directed energy weapons including lasers that could take out enemy satellites, the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) said in a new assessment entitled "Challenges to Securities in Space". "Russia likely is pursuing laser weapons to disrupt, degrade, or damage satellites and their sensors", the report said Monday. Prior to July 2018, the report added, Russ

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2019-02-15 02:30:10

NATO planning for more Russian missiles: Stoltenberg  

Brussels (AFP) Feb 12, 2019 NATO is planning for "more Russian missiles" after the collapse of a landmark Cold War arms treaty, but will not deploy new nuclear warheads in Europe, the alliance's chief said Tuesday. Fears are growing of a new arms race in Europe after Washington started the process of exiting the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty claiming that Russia violated the pact with a new missile sys

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2019-02-15 02:09:25

NASA's Record-Setting Opportunity Rover Mission on Mars Comes to End  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 13, 2019 One of the most successful and enduring feats of interplanetary exploration, NASA's Opportunity rover mission is at an end after almost 15 years exploring the surface of Mars and helping lay the groundwork for NASA's return to the Red Planet. The Opportunity rover stopped communicating with Earth when a severe Mars-wide dust storm blanketed its location in June 2018. After more than a thou

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2019-02-14 04:56:26

Insulating crust kept cryomagma liquid for millions of years on nearby dwarf planet  

Austin TX (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 A recent NASA mission to the dwarf planet Ceres found brilliant, white spots of salts on its surface. New research led by The University of Texas at Austin in partnership with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) delved into the factors that influenced the volcanic activity that formed the distinctive spots and that could play a key role in mixing the ingredients for life on other worlds.

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2019-02-14 04:50:44

DLR 'Mole' deployed on surface of Mars  

Cologne, Germany (SPX) Feb 14, 2019 It stands vertically on flat ground, ready for its historic mission. At 19:18 CET on 12 February 2019, the German Aerospace Center Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package (HP3) or 'Mole' was deployed on the Martian surface using the NASA InSight mission's robotic arm. In the coming weeks, the remote-controlled penetrometer is expected to make space history by becoming the first probe to reach

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2019-02-14 04:32:50

In Solar System's Symphony, Earth's Magnetic Field Drops the Beat  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 Space isn't silent. In fact, an entire orchestra of instruments fills our near-Earth environment with eerie sounds. Scientists have long known about space phenomena involving electromagnetic waves travelling around Earth that resonate like string instruments and whistle like wind instruments. Now, new research published in Nature Communications has added a percussive member to the cosmic ensembl

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2019-02-14 03:50:36

Liberal sprinkling of salt discovered around a young star  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Feb 08, 2019 A team of astronomers and chemists using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) has detected the chemical fingerprints of sodium chloride (NaCl) and other similar salty compounds emanating from the dusty disk surrounding Orion Source I, a massive, young star in a dusty cloud behind the Orion Nebula. "It's amazing we're seeing these molecules at all," said Adam Ginsburg, a

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2019-02-14 03:46:46

NASA Selects New Mission to Explore Origins of Universe  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 14, 2019 NASA has selected a new space mission that will help astronomers understand both how our universe evolved and how common are the ingredients for life in our galaxy's planetary systems. The Spectro-Photometer for the History of the Universe, Epoch of Reionization and Ices Explorer (SPHEREx) mission is a planned two-year mission funded at $242 million (not including launch costs) and targete

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2019-02-14 03:41:57

Scientists discover oldest evidence of mobility on Earth  

Cardiff UK (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 Ancient fossils of the first ever organisms to exhibit movement have been discovered by an international team of scientists. Discovered in rocks in Gabon and dating back approximately 2.1 billion years, the fossils suggest the existence of a cluster of single cells that came together to form a slug-like multicellular organism that moved through the mud in search of a more favourable enviro

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2019-02-14 03:35:53

NASA announces demise of Opportunity rover  

Washington (AFP) Feb 14, 2019 During 14 years of intrepid exploration across Mars, it advanced human knowledge by confirming that water once flowed on the red planet - but NASA's Opportunity rover has analyzed its last soil sample. The robot has been missing since the US space agency lost contact during a dust storm in June last year and was declared officially dead Wednesday, ending one of the most fruitful missions in

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2019-02-14 03:28:38

InSight Prepares to Take Mars's Temperature  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 14, 2019 NASA's InSight lander has placed its second instrument on the Martian surface. New images confirm that the Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package, or HP3, was successfully deployed on Feb. 12 about 3 feet (1 meter) from InSight's seismometer, which the lander recently covered with a protective shield. HP3 measures heat moving through Mars's subsurface and can help scientists figure out how mu

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2019-02-14 03:25:18

Van Allen Probes begin final phase of exploration in Earth's radiation belts  

Laurel MD (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 Two tough, resilient, NASA spacecraft have been orbiting Earth for the past six and a half years, flying repeatedly through a hazardous zone of charged particles around our planet called the Van Allen radiation belts. The twin Van Allen Probes, launched in August 2012, have confirmed scientific theories and revealed new structures and processes at work in these dynamic regions. Now, they'r

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2019-02-14 02:30:36

Trump orders government to prioritize artificial intelligence  

Washington (AFP) Feb 12, 2019 President Donald Trump on Monday ordered the US administration to give greater priority to artificial intelligence, a move seen as firing up a battle for leadership with China. The American AI Initiative executive order calls for the administration to "devote the full resources of the federal government" to help fuel AI innovation. "Americans have profited tremendously from being the ear

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2019-02-14 02:20:54

UAE to Host Conference for Heads of Arab States' Space Agencies in March  

Doha, Qatar (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 A separate conference for heads of Arab states' space agencies will be held within the Global Space Congress, slated for March, to discuss space industry development in the Arab world, the press service of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Space Agency told Sputnik late on Monday. The UAE Space Agency will host the Global Space Congress in the UAE capital of Abu Dhabi on 19-21 March. "D

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2019-02-14 02:20:39

New study suggests possibility of recent underground volcanism on Mars  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 A study published last year in the journal Science suggested liquid water is present beneath the south polar ice cap of Mars. Now, a new study in the AGU journal Geophysical Research Letters argues there needs to be an underground source of heat for liquid water to exist underneath the polar ice cap. The new research does not take sides as to whether the liquid water exists. Instead, the a

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2019-02-14 02:08:04

Mars Rover Opportunity Ends Mission After 15 Years  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 The Mars rover Opportunity, NASA's robotic geologist fitted with an array of tools to search for evidence of water, ended its mission Feb. 13 - three weeks after its 15th anniversary and long past its 90-day warranty. Over the course of its scientific mission, led by an Earth-bound Cornell professor, Opportunity returned hundreds of thousands of images and reshaped our understanding of Mar

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2019-02-14 01:47:20

China's lander and rover power down for lunar night  

Beijing (Sputnik) Feb 13, 2019 Last week, NASA released unique satellite reconnaissance photos of the landing site of the Chinese lunar mission, which made history last month by achieving humanity's first-ever successful soft landing on the far side of the Moon. China's Chang'e-4 spacecraft and its Yutu-2 lunar rover have entered sleep mode to wait out the cold lunar night, during which temperatures can plunge to as low

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2019-02-14 01:17:44

Angry Norway says Russia jamming GPS signals again  

Oslo (AFP) Feb 11, 2019 Norway's foreign intelligence unit on Monday expressed renewed concerns that its GPS signals in the country's Far North were being jammed, as Oslo again blamed Russia for the "unacceptable" acts. In its annual national risk assessment report, the intelligence service said that in repeated incidents since 2017, GPS signals have been blocked from Russian territory in Norwegian regions near the

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2019-02-13 03:59:37

Do you like Earth's solid surface and life-inclined climate  

Ann Arbor MI (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 Earth's solid surface and moderate climate may be due, in part, to a massive star in the birth environment of the Sun, according to new computer simulations of planet formation. Without the star's radioactive elements injected into the early solar system, our home planet could be a hostile ocean world covered in global ice sheets. "The results of our simulations suggest that there ar

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2019-02-13 03:58:51

Raptor engine beats Russian RD-180 record in combustion chamber pressure says Musk  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 12, 2019 The new methane-fueled Raptor engine developed by US SpaceX aerospace company for its Starship interplanetary craft has outperformed the Russian RD-180 rocket engine in terms of pressure level in the combustion chamber, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said on Monday. "Raptor reached 268.9 bar [approximately 274.2 kilograms of power per square centimeter], exceeding prior record held by the awesome Ru

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2019-02-13 03:20:40

Ultima Thule is more pancake than snowman, NASA scientists discover  

Washington (UPI) Feb 11, 2019 Ultima Thule is flatter than scientists originally thought. As revealed by the latest images captured by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft, only recently downloaded and analyzed by mission scientists, the Kuiper Belt object is more pancake than snowman. The new images were some of the last New Horizons snapped as it zoomed past the distant object at a speed of 31,000 miles per hour.

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2019-02-13 03:10:17

The case for leaving Earth  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 Earth has been able to accommodate humans for thousands of years because natural resources that support life are plentiful. We have had the essentials for living - most notably air, water and minerals. Add the sun's energy and you have an ideal environment for the human race. However, scientists tell us that in about two billion years or so, as the sun approaches its expiration date, our s

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2019-02-13 03:06:47

Hughes satellite modems power beyond-line-of-sight comms for UAVs  

Germantown MD (SPX) Feb 11, 2019 Hughes Network Systems, LLC (HUGHES), the global leader in broadband satellite networks and services, has announced the first shipments of its specialized, multiband HM400 SATCOM modems to General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), powering beyond-line-of-sight communications for their next-generation Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA) known as the MQ-9B SkyGuardian. Customized to m

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2019-02-13 03:06:33

US to extend use of Russia's Soyuz for ISS missions until April 2020  

Moscow (Sputnik) Feb 12, 2019 The United States will extend the use of Russian Soyuz spacecraft to bring NASA astronauts to the International Space Station and ensure their return to Earth until April 2020, a Russian space industry source told Sputnik. "The following scheme is planned for now: two NASA astronauts will remain on the ISS for nine months instead of the usual six. So, Nick Hague starts his mission on March

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2019-02-13 02:56:20

China improves Long March-6 rocket for growing commercial launches  

Beijing (XNA) Feb 12, 2019 China announced Monday that it is developing the modified version of the Long March-6 rocket to add four solid boosters to increase its carrying capacity. The improved medium-left carrier rocket will be sent into space by 2020, according to the Shanghai Academy of Spaceflight Technology under the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, which designed the rocket. The Long

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2019-02-13 02:55:27

Better to dry a rocky planet before use  

Bern, Switzerland (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 Earth's solid surface and clement climate may be in part due to a massive star in the birth environment of the Sun. Without its radioactive elements injected into the early solar system, our home planet could be a hostile ocean world covered in global ice sheets. This is the result of computer simulations of planet formation, as NCCR PlanetS researchers report in the Letters section of the journ

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2019-02-13 02:47:52

NASA to make final attempt to contact Mars Opportunity Rover  

Washington (AFP) Feb 13, 2019 US space agency NASA will make one final attempt to contact its Opportunity Rover on Mars late Tuesday, eight months after it last made contact. The agency also said it would hold a briefing Wednesday, during which it will likely officially declare the end of the mission. Opportunity landed on Mars in 2004 and covered 28 miles (45 kilometers) on the planet, securing its place in history

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2019-02-13 02:44:15

Space exploration educators conference makes education accessible for all teachers  

Houston TX (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 Space Center Houston welcomed more than 580 educators from seven countries, 39 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C. for hands-on learning experiences with rocket scientists, astronauts and renowned instructors at the 25th Space Exploration Educators Conference (SEEC), Feb. 7-9. "We're connecting teachers from around the globe with authentic learning experiences," said Daniel Newmyer, v

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2019-02-13 02:08:38

Possible second impact crater found under Greenland ice  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Feb 12, 2019 A NASA glaciologist has discovered a possible second impact crater buried under more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland. This follows the finding, announced in November 2018, of a 19-mile-wide crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier - the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered under Earth's ice sheets. Though the newly found impact sites in northwest Greenland are only 114 miles apar

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2019-02-13 01:53:01

Launch of rocket from high-altitude balloon makes space more accessible to microsats  

West Lafayette IN (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 A startup that plans to use high-altitude balloons to deploy rockets has successfully fired a test launch, moving closer to its goal of helping end the backlog of microsatellites that wait months or longer to "hitch" a ride on larger rockets. Leo Aerospace LLC, a Purdue University-affiliated startup based in Los Angeles, launched its first "rockoon," a high-power rocket from a reusable bal

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2019-02-13 01:43:29

Arianespace to launch satellite deployment solution from Open Cosmos  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Feb 13, 2019 Arianespace and Open Cosmos report that they have signed a contract for the launch of an innovative CubeSat deployment solution. Launched from the Guiana Space Center in French Guiana using a Soyuz rocket, the CubeSat deployment platform is a key to the commercial offering from Open Cosmos. The first mission comprises an array of CubeSats with a total capacity of 12 units (12U). It will we

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2019-02-13 01:39:35

NASA is Everywhere: Farming Tech with Roots in Space  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 13, 2019 Growing plants can be tough, whether you're on a spaceship or Earth. A special fertilizer made it easier for astronauts on the International Space Station and farmers down below, resulting in just one of the space program's many contributions to agriculture. Numerous farming tools have roots at NASA. Over the years, companies large and small have partnered with the agency, honed technologi

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2019-02-13 01:23:48

More than 835 recovery commands have been sent to Opportunity  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Feb 11, 2019 Mars atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover site is estimated to be somewhere in the range of 0.9 to 1.3. No signal from Opportunity has been heard since Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018) during the historic global dust storm. Opportunity likely experienced a low-power fault, a mission clock fault and an up-loss timer fault. The team is continuing to listen for the rover over a broad range

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2019-02-12 11:59:11

New Horizons' evocative farewell glance at Ultima Thule  

Washington DC (SPX) Feb 11, 2019 An evocative new image sequence from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft offers a departing view of the Kuiper Belt object (KBO) nicknamed Ultima Thule - the target of its New Year's 2019 flyby and the most distant world ever explored. These aren't the last Ultima Thule images New Horizons will send back to Earth - in fact, many more are to come - but they are the final views New Horizons captu

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2019-02-12 10:53:48

The future of human spaceflight in America  

Columbus OH (SPX) Feb 11, 2019 "This year, American astronauts will go back to space in American rockets." This one sentence from the 2019 State of the Union address may have escaped your notice. It ended a paragraph in which the president paid tribute to astronaut Buzz Aldrin of the Apollo 11 mission to mark the the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. From that point, the speech transitioned to increasing the s

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2019-02-12 09:47:41

New research opportunities on International Space Station  

Paris (ESA) Feb 11, 2019 European research has been a part of the International Space Station since the very first expeditions to our orbiting science facility in 2001. "ESA regularly announces new research opportunities to conduct experiments that are out-of-this world. We are very pleased to be able to offer these new opportunities from the Life as well as Physical Sciences area that will hopefully unveil exciti

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2019-02-12 07:28:31

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