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Small satellite demonstrates possible solution for 'space junk'  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 The International Space Station serves as humanity's orbital research platform, conducting a variety of experiments and research projects while in orbit around the planet. On June 20, 2018, the space station deployed the NanoRacks-Remove Debris satellite into space from outside the Japanese Kibo laboratory module. This technology demonstration was designed to explore using a 3D camer

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2018-09-21 10:59:30



GBT upgrade to sharpen telescope's vision  

Green Bank WV (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded more than $1.3 million to upgrade its Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia with an innovative precision laser ranging measurement system. This upgrade will allow the telescope to observe celestial objects, day or night, at radio wavelengths as small as 3 millimeters. This new capability is essential for studying the chemistry and com

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2018-09-21 10:18:53



ScanMars demonstrates water detection device for astronauts on Mars  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 Analogue astronauts have successfully trialed a radar that could help future Mars explorers identify where to dig for water. ScanMars is an Italian experiment that was used to identify subsurface water features in the Mars-like Dhofar region of Oman during the AMADEE-18 analogue mission in February 2018. The results have been presented by Alessandro Frigeri of the Istituto Nazionale di Ast

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2018-09-21 09:09:23



Westerbork radio telescope's major upgrade  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 With an innovative new type of receiver, called Apertif, the field of view of the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope in the Netherlands has been increased 37 times. Apertif, developed by the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy (ASTRON), will be officially opened on 13 September 2018 by deputy Cees Bijl of the Drenthe province. On this day the 50-year anniversary of the telescope will als

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2018-09-21 07:45:04



Matter falling into a black hole at 30 percent of the speed of light  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 A UK team of astronomers report the first detection of matter falling into a black hole at 30% of the speed of light, located in the centre of the billion-light year distant galaxy PG211+143. The team, led by Professor Ken Pounds of the University of Leicester, used data from the European Space Agency's X-ray observatory XMM-Newton to observe the black hole. Their results appear in a new paper i

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2018-09-21 07:32:03



Arianespace to launch KOMPSAT-7 for the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) using a Vega C launch vehicle  

Evry, France (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 Arianespace has been selected by the Korea Aerospace Research Institute to launch KOMPSAT-7. Stephane Israel, Arianespace CEO, and Lim Cheol-Ho, President of the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI), signed the KOMPSAT-7 launch contract today. Using a Vega C launcher, the mission will be conducted from the Guiana Space Center in Kourou, French Guiana, from December 2021. For nea

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2018-09-21 06:56:14



China to launch Long March-9 rocket in 2028  

Beijing (XNA) Sep 21, 2018 China plans to launch the heavy-lift carrier rocket Long March-9 in 2028, said an official of China National Space Administration (CNSA) at the World Conference on Science Literacy 2018 on Tuesday. Li Guoping, director of the Department of System Engineering of the CNSA, said that the length of the Long March-9 will exceed 90 meters, and the rocket would have a core stage with a diameter o

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2018-09-21 06:34:14



Small satellite peers inside Hurricane Florence  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 21, 2018 A new experimental weather satellite no bigger than a cereal box got an inside look at Hurricane Florence in a test of technology that could influence the future of storm monitoring from space. The satellite took its first images of Hurricane Florence on Tuesday, Sept. 11, just hours after its instrument was turned on. TEMPEST-D, which deployed into low-Earth orbit from the International S

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2018-09-21 06:21:18



NASA balloon mission captures electric blue clouds  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 On the cusp of our atmosphere live a thin group of seasonal electric blue clouds. Forming 50 miles above the poles in summer, these clouds are known as noctilucent clouds or polar mesospheric clouds - PMCs. A recent NASA long-duration balloon mission observed these clouds over the course of five days at their home in the mesosphere. The resulting photos, which scientists have just begun to

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2018-09-21 06:15:47



AsiaSat gets second patent on "Methods and Systems for Improving Spectrum Utilisation for Satellite Communications"  

Hong Kong (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 Asia Satellite Telecommunications Company Limited has received its second patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), titled, "Methods and Systems for Improving Spectrum Utilisation for Satellite Communications" (US Patent No. 10,050,698 B2). This new patent is about the methods and systems to mitigate the imbalance of uplink and downlink spectrum allocation in satel

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2018-09-21 05:31:16



Candy-Pink lagoon serves up salt-rich diet for potential life on Mars  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 The discovery of a microorganism that gives a candy-pink lagoon in central Spain its startling colour is providing new evidence for how life could survive on a high-salt diet on Mars or Europa. The Laguna de Pena Hueca, part of the Lake Tirez system in La Mancha, has very high concentrations of salt and sulphur and is a good analogue for chloride deposits found in the Southern highlands of

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2018-09-21 05:17:05



Meteorite hunting with Marc Fries  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 21, 2018 Thousands of meteorites fall onto the Earth each year. When a fall occurs in an accessible area, scientists and amateur space enthusiasts pursue the specimens, often submitting them to collections that serve planetary research. The Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) division at NASA's Johnson Space Center studies meteorites and is implementing tools and technique to more easi

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2018-09-21 04:09:39



Russia plans to develop reusable stage for carrier rocket by 2023, FPI Says  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 21, 2018 A fully-functioning prototype of the return stage of a reusable launch vehicle will be built in Russia within the next four years, an official from Russia's Advanced Research Foundation (FPI) told Sputnik. "As for the whole project, we are counting on four years from the start of the fully-fledged work...According to our estimates, the work will begin in the first half of next year," the o

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2018-09-21 04:06:22



Opportunity silent since June 10  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 21, 2018 The Opportunity team is increasing the frequency of commands it beams to the rover via the dishes of NASA's Deep Space Network from three times a week to multiple times per day. No signal from Opportunity has been heard since Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018). That's nearly 100 sols (days) without communication. It is expected that Opportunity has experienced a low-power fault, perhaps, a mission c

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2018-09-21 03:40:42



A new twist on stellar rotation  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Sep 21, 2018 What do we know about distant stars aside from their brightness and colors? Is our Sun a typical star? Or does it show certain properties that make it special, or maybe even unique? One property that is not fully understood is rotation. In its outer layers the Sun has a rotation pattern that scientists refer to as 'latitudinal differential rotation.' This means that different latitudes rot

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2018-09-21 01:59:52



Recent tectonics on Mars  

Paris (ESA) Sep 20, 2018 These prominent trenches were formed by faults that pulled the planet's surface apart less than 10 million years ago. The images were taken by ESA's Mars Express on 27 January, and capture part of the Cerberus Fossae system in the Elysium Planitia region near the martian equator. The fossae - meaning 'ditch' or 'trench' in Latin - stretch for more than 1000 kilometres from the northw

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2018-09-20 10:41:51



The surprising environment of an enigmatic neutron star  

University Park PA (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 An unusual infrared emission detected by the Hubble Space Telescope from a nearby neutron star could indicate that the pulsar has features never before seen. The observation, by a team of researchers at Penn State, Sabanci University in Turkey, and the University of Arizona, could help astronomers better understand the evolution of neutron stars--the incredibly dense remnants of massive stars af

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2018-09-20 10:15:42



Gaia hints at our Galaxy's turbulent life  

Paris (ESA) Sep 20, 2018 ESA's star mapping mission, Gaia, has shown our Milky Way galaxy is still enduring the effects of a near collision that set millions of stars moving like ripples on a pond. The close encounter likely took place sometime in the past 300-900 million years. It was discovered because of the pattern of movement it has given to stars in the Milky Way disc - one of the major components of our Gal

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2018-09-20 09:41:11



Hit-and-Run Heist of Water by Terrestrial Planets in the Early Solar System  

Berlin, Germany (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 A study simulating the final stages of terrestrial planet formation shows that 'hit-and-run' encounters play a significant role in the acquisition of water by large protoplanets, like those that grew into Mars and Earth. The results will be presented by Christoph Burger at the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2018 in Berlin. Four and a half billion years ago, the inner solar syst

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2018-09-20 09:37:42



Mercury Studies Reveal an Intriguing Target for BepiColombo  

Paris (ESA) Sep 20, 2018 Berlin, Germany (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 A month before the planned launch of the joint ESA-JAXA BepiColombo mission to Mercury, two new studies shed light on when the innermost planet formed and the puzzle of its chemical composition. The findings will be presented by Bastien Brugger and Thomas Ronnet at the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2018 in Berlin. Mercury is the least-studie

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2018-09-20 09:34:36



US Air Force Secretary Offers Critiques on Costly $13 Billion Space Force  

Washington (Sputnik) Sep 19, 2018 In a September 14 memo obtained this week by US military news site Defense One, Heather Wilson, the United States secretary of the Air Force, pushed back on several proposals for the Trump administration's Space Force, which is estimated to cost some $13 billion in its first five years. Wilson's remarks were made in response to a September 10 directive from Deputy Defense Secretary Patrick

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2018-09-20 09:23:41



Looking back in time to watch for a different kind of black hole  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 Black holes form when stars die, allowing the matter in them to collapse into an extremely dense object from which not even light can escape. Astronomers theorize that massive black holes could also form at the birth of a galaxy, but so far nobody has been able to look far enough back in time to observe the conditions creating these direct collapse black holes (DCBH). The James Webb Space

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2018-09-20 08:42:32



Illuminating First Light Data from Parker Solar Probe  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 Just over a month into its mission, Parker Solar Probe has returned first-light data from each of its four instrument suites. These early observations - while not yet examples of the key science observations Parker Solar Probe will take closer to the Sun - show that each of the instruments is working well. The instruments work in tandem to measure the Sun's electric and magnetic fields, particle

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2018-09-20 08:08:41



CPI Antenna Systems Integrates New Large-Aperture Satellite Earth Stations into Its Product Line  

Plano TX (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 Earlier this year, the Antenna Systems Division (ASD) of Communications and Power Industries (CPI) extended its product line with a range of new large-aperture earth station antennas, as part of a previously announced technology acquisition. These new antennas range in diameter from 7.2 meters up to 18 meters, can be configured for C-, K-, Ku-, X- and DBS-band operation, and feature high-e

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2018-09-20 07:18:43



Airbus wins ESA studies for future human base in lunar orbit  

Bremen, Germany (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 The European Space Agency (ESA) has commissioned Airbus for two studies for possible European involvement in the future human base in lunar orbit. The Gateway, previously known as the Deep Space Gateway (DSG) or Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (LOP-G), is a project involving the US, Russian, Canadian, Japanese and European space agencies (NASA, Roscosmos, CSA, JAXA and ESA). Over the next 1

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2018-09-20 05:39:04



SBIRS GEO-3 achieves operational acceptance  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 The Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS) Geosynchronous Earth Orbit satellite (GEO-3) successfully achieved Air Force Space Command operational acceptance. The satellite is healthy and sending data to the Mission Control Station, operated by the 460th Space Wing located at Buckley Air Force Base, Colorado. SBIRS GEO-3 launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station aboard a United Launch All

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2018-09-20 04:29:31



Going off-road in the search for dark skies  

Paris (ESA) Sep 20, 2018 An out-of-this-world mobile observatory, developed in collaboration with Nissan Design Europe in London, UK, was unveiled at the 2018 Hannover Motor Show this week, proving that the sky is never the limit. The Nissan Navara 'Dark Sky' concept vehicle features a bespoke off-road trailer carrying a high-power observatory-class PlaneWave telescope. The trailer has been developed to include 'I

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2018-09-20 04:29:27



Wave-particle interactions allow collision-free energy transfer in space plasma  

Nagoya, Japan (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 The Earth's magnetosphere contains plasma, an ionized gas composed of positive ions and negative electrons. The motion of these charged plasma particles is controlled by electromagnetic fields. The energy transfer processes that occur in this collisionless space plasma are believed to be based on wave-particle interactions such as particle acceleration by plasma waves and spontaneous wave genera

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2018-09-20 03:39:31



UK Scientists Contribute to Project to Unlock Mysteries of Neutrinos  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 The signal recorded for the first time ever as a cosmic particle travelled nearly 4 meters through liquid argon, inside the newest detector to become operational at CERN, could help explain more about how the universe works and why matter exists at all. Based on the Swiss/French border the experiment, ProtoDUNE, has included substantial contributions from UK scientists and engineers as the

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2018-09-20 02:55:19



What Recipes Produce a Habitable Planet  

Houston TX (SPX) Sep 20, 2018 NASA's interdisciplinary Nexus for Exoplanet System Science (NExSS) project has awarded Rice University $7.7 million for a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional research program aimed at finding many different recipes nature might follow to produce rocky planets capable of supporting life. As any cook knows, it takes the right recipe and getting the right ingredients to make a tasty dish,

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2018-09-20 01:16:07



Scientists develop new way to prevent spacecraft errors  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 19, 2018 Scientists from the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI and the Russian Academy of Sciences' Scientific Research Institute of System Development have recently developed components for designing fault-tolerant asynchronous circuits, which can be used in space vehicles, the MEPhI press service reports. Microcircuits that are traditionally used in cars and computers are poorly suited t

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2018-09-19 11:41:34



NASA's GOLD instrument captures its first image of the Earth  

Boulder CO (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 NASA's Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk, or GOLD, instrument powered on and opened its cover to scan the Earth for the first time, resulting in a "first light" image of the Western Hemisphere in the ultraviolet. GOLD will provide unprecedented global-scale imaging of the temperature and composition at the dynamic boundary between Earth's atmosphere and space. The instrument w

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2018-09-19 11:17:36



100th Ariane 5 will carry Horizons 3e and Azerspace-2 Intelsat 38  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Sep 19, 2018 For its sixth launch of the year, Arianespace will orbit two telecommunications satellites using an Ariane 5 from the Guiana Space Center (CSG): Horizons 3e, installed as the upper passenger, for Intelsat and its partner SKY Perfect JSAT Corporation; along with Azerspace-2/Intelsat 38, as the lower passenger, for Azercosmos and Intelsat. With this 300th mission of its three-member launcher

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2018-09-19 11:15:15



Juno image showcases Jupiter's brown barge  

Washington (UPI) Sep 19, 2018 Jupiter's "brown barge" feature is the subject of a new photograph snapped by Juno's camera. Like Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the brown barge is shaped by cyclone-like weather patterns in the gas giant's atmosphere. But unlike the red spot, which is round, the barge is longer and boxier. The brown barge isn't always easy to pick out. Its colors often blend relatively seamlessly wit

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2018-09-19 09:47:27



SpaceX Open to Deploying Orbital Weapons for US  

Washington (Sputnik) Sep 19, 2018 In July 2018, Defense Undersecretary for Research and Engineering Michael Griffin called for the deployment of space-based sensors aimed at detecting ballistic missile launches at their early stages. He also suggested stationing interceptors in orbit around Earth capable of downing such missiles. SpaceX's President and Chief Operating Officer Gwynne Shotwell announced during the Air Force

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2018-09-19 09:04:03



ExoMars orbiter highlights radiation risk for Mars astronauts  

Berlin, Germany (ESA) Sep 19, 2018 Astronauts on a mission to Mars would be exposed to at least 60% of the total radiation dose limit recommended for their career during the journey itself to and from the Red Planet, according to data from the ESA-Roscosmos ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter being presented at the European Planetary Science Congress, EPSC, in Berlin, Germany, this week. The orbiter's camera team are also presenting

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2018-09-19 07:31:54



Orion's first Service Module integration complete  

Bremen, Germany (ESA) Sep 19, 2018 Last week at the Airbus integration hall in Bremen, Germany, technicians installed the last radiator on the European Service Module for NASA's Orion spacecraft marking the module's finished integration. ESA's European service module will provide power, water, air and electricity to NASA's Orion exploration spacecraft that will eventually fly beyond the Moon with astronauts. The European Se

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2018-09-19 07:06:41



The US Space Force - A Sixth Branch of the Military  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 President Trump recently directed Pentagon officials to start the process of creating a sixth branch of the military, the U.S. Space Force. Based on initial Pentagon activities toward standing up this new military entity, it may prove to be one of the most organizationally disruptive events since the Pentagon was established some 70 years ago. Even in view of the many objections to such a move,

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2018-09-19 06:48:30



ECOSTRESS Maps LA's Hot Spots  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 19, 2018 NASA's ECOsystem Spaceborne Thermal Radiometer Experiment on Space Station (ECOSTRESS) captured new imagery of variations in surface-temperature patterns in Los Angeles County. The first of its kind to be taken by the agency's newest Earth-observing mission, it is more detailed than previous imagery and, unlike prior imagery, was acquired at different times of the day. ECOSTRESS measures s

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2018-09-19 06:04:44



Nuclear pasta, the hardest known substance in the universe  

Montreal, Canada (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 A team of scientists has calculated the strength of the material deep inside the crust of neutron stars and found it to be the strongest known material in the universe. Matthew Caplan, a postdoctoral research fellow at McGill University, and his colleagues from Indiana University and the California Institute of Technology, successfully ran the largest computer simulations ever conducted of

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2018-09-19 03:16:35



Planet Vulcan Found  

Gainesville FL (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 Among the TV series Star Trek's many charms are its rich universe of characters and planets. Now, the Dharma Planet Survey, in a new study led by University of Florida (UF) astronomer Jian Ge and team including Tennessee State University (TSU) astronomers Matthew Muterspaugh and Gregory Henry, has shown that science fiction may be a little less so; the Dharma project has discovered what may be S

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2018-09-19 02:59:30



First Particle Tracks Seen in Prototype International Neutrino Experiment  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 The largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world has just recorded its first particle tracks, signaling the start of a new chapter in the story of the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). DUNE's scientific mission is dedicated to unlocking the mysteries of neutrinos, the most abundant (and most mysterious) matter particles in the universe. Neutrinos are all aro

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2018-09-19 02:57:22



Attempting Contact With Opportunity Multiple Times A Day  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 19, 2018 The Opportunity team is increasing the frequency of commands it beams to the rover via the dishes of NASA's Deep Space Network from three times a week to multiple times per day. No signal from Opportunity has been heard since Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018). It is expected that Opportunity has experienced a low-power fault and perhaps, a mission clock fault and then an up-loss timer fault.

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2018-09-19 02:45:18



S. Korea launches its first missile-capable submarine  

Seoul (AFP) Sept 14, 2018 South Korea launched its first ever missile-capable attack submarine on Friday, despite a recent diplomatic thaw with the nuclear-armed North. The $700 million, 3,000-tonne Dosan Ahn Chang-ho submarine is capable of firing both cruise and ballistic missiles and the first of three planned diesel-electric boats to go into service in the next five years. It represented a "leap forward in th

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2018-09-19 02:01:42



Magellanic Clouds Due May Have Been a Trio  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Sep 19, 2018 Two of the closest galaxies to the Milky Way - the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds - may have had a third companion, astronomers believe. Research published this week describes how another "luminous" galaxy was likely engulfed by the Large Magellanic Cloud some three to five billion years ago. ICRAR Masters student Benjamin Armstrong, the lead author on the study, said most stars i

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2018-09-19 01:07:26



Solar Orbiter to leave factory for testing  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 The UK-built Solar Orbiter is preparing to leave the Airbus factory in Stevenage to travel to Germany for testing, ahead of its launch in 2020 from Cape Canaveral in Florida, USA. The UK is at the heart of this European Space Agency (ESA) mission to uncover the secrets of our planet's star. Solar Orbiter will provide close-up views of the Sun's polar regions, tracking features such as sola

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2018-09-18 10:27:42



ISRO to launch three more satellites for bandwidth connectivity  

Sriharikota, India (IANS) Sep 18, 2018 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch three more satellites to provide high-speed bandwidth connectivity to rural areas as part of the government's Digital India programme, an official said on Sunday. Speaking to reporters after the successful launch of two UK satellites by Indian rocket Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) here on Sunday, ISRO Chairman K. Sivan said:

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2018-09-18 10:02:27



Yusaku Maezawa: Japanese spaceman with a taste for art  

Tokyo (AFP) Sept 18, 2018 Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, confirmed as SpaceX's first Moon tourist, is a former wannabe rock star now worth $3 billion with a penchant for pricey modern art as well as space travel. The 42-year-old tycoon, chief executive of Japan's largest online fashion mall, is the country's 18th richest person, according to business magazine Forbes. His Instagram feed is peppered with shots of his

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2018-09-18 07:54:51



Cryovolcanism helped shape dwarf planet Ceres  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 Icy volcanoes have erupted throughout the history of Ceres, but such continuous activity has not had the same extensive impact on the dwarf planet's surface as standard volcanism on Earth, says a new paper "Cryovolcanic Rates on Ceres Revealed by Topography" appearing in Nature Astronomy. Cryovolcanoes erupt liquid or gaseous volatiles such as water, ammonia or methane instead of spewing molten

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2018-09-18 07:41:35



NASA Will Pay Anyone $15,700 to Stay in Bed for 70 Days  

Washington (Sputnik) Sep 18, 2018 NASA scientists will use the results of the "bed rest" study of how the human body adapts to weightlessness to develop countermeasures that will help astronauts on their space missions. If you feel that you're not getting enough sleep, this job may be a dream-come-true: NASA is offering $15,700 to anyone who will stay in bed for 70 days... all in the name of science. The American spa

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2018-09-18 07:22:06



New kid on the block picks up relay for ozone  

Paris (ESA) Sep 17, 2018 For more than 20 years, changes in ozone over Antarctica have been carefully monitored by a succession of European satellites. This important long-term record is now being added to by the Copernicus Sentinel-5P mission, which is dedicated to atmospheric monitoring. Protecting life on Earth from the Sun's harmful rays of ultraviolet radiation, the ozone layer is a very important, yet fragil

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2018-09-18 07:16:34



Scientists to study new propulsion idea for spacecraft  

Plymouth, UK (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 Spacecraft and satellites could in future be launched into space without the need for fuel, thanks to a revolutionary new theory. Dr. Mike McCulloch, from the University of Plymouth, first put forward the idea of quantised inertia (QI) - through which he believes light can be converted into thrust - in 2007. He has now received $1.3 million from the United States Defense Advanced Res

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2018-09-18 04:44:42



SSTL confirms the successful launch of NovaSAR-1 and SSTL S1-4 satellites  

Guildford, UK (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) has confirmed the successful launch of two satellites, NovaSAR-1, a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite, and SSTL S1-4, a high resolution optical Earth Observation satellite. The two satellites were launched into a 580km sun-synchronous orbit on board the PSLV launch vehicle from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, India on 16 September at U

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2018-09-18 04:43:33



Northrop Grumman tests new air defense network program  

Washington (UPI) Sep 13, 2018 Northrop Grumman successfully tested the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System air defense system at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. Three weeks of U.S. Army-led testing in April and May lead to IBCS improvements approach to air and missile defense, officials at Grumman said this week. During the live air test, IBCS demonstrated combining data from sensors and

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2018-09-18 04:31:40



Japanese billionaire businessman revealed as SpaceX's first Moon traveler  

Hawthorne, United States (AFP) Sept 18, 2018 A Japanese billionaire and online fashion tycoon, Yusaku Maezawa, will be the first man to fly on a monster SpaceX rocket around the Moon as early as 2023, and he plans to bring six to eight artists along. Maezawa, 42, will be the first lunar traveler since the last US Apollo mission in 1972. He paid an unspecified amount of money for the privilege. "Ever since I was a kid, I have loved

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2018-09-18 04:31:37



TESS Shares First Science Image in Hunt to Find New Worlds  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 NASA's newest planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), is now providing valuable data to help scientists discover and study exciting new exoplanets, or planets beyond our solar system. Part of the data from TESS' initial science orbit includes a detailed picture of the southern sky taken with all four of the spacecraft's wide-field cameras. This "first light" science imag

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2018-09-18 04:20:40



Successful Aegis Combat System Test Brings BMD to Japanese Fleet  

Kauai HI (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 The JS ATAGO (DDG-177), supported by the U.S. Navy, Missile Defense Agency and Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT), used an upgraded Aegis Combat System, testing their Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) capability for the first time. The Japanese Flight Test Mission-05 exercise on Sept. 11 successfully demonstrated organic engagement of a simple separating target. The JS ATAGO is now the most a

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2018-09-18 03:55:02



Ceres takes life an ice volcano at a time  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 Every year throughout its 4.5-billion-year life, ice volcanoes on the dwarf planet Ceres generate enough material on average to fill a movie theater, according to a new study led by the University of Arizona. The study, led by UA planetary scientist Michael Sori, marks the first time a rate of cryovolcanic activity has been calculated from observations, and its findings help solve a myster

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2018-09-18 02:27:47



When is a star not a star?  

Washington DC (SPX) Sep 18, 2018 The line that separates stars from brown dwarfs may soon be clearer thanks to new work led by Carnegie's Serge Dieterich. Published by the Astrophysical Journal, his team's findings demonstrate that brown dwarfs can be more massive than astronomers previously thought. To shine bright, stars need the energy derived from the fusion of hydrogen atoms deep in their interiors. If too small, hyd

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2018-09-18 01:32:31



UK, India Space Agencies Launch Twin Satellites Into Orbit, Collaborate Efforts  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Sep 18, 2018 A joint venture between British, Australian, and Indian governments sent two state-of-the-art satellites into orbit on Sunday. Indian and British experts have hailed the project as the first of its kind and will help the British space industry achieve new ground on future programs. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully launched two British commercial satellites into su

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2018-09-18 01:30:29



Copernicus Sentinel maps Florence hurricane flood  

Paris (ESA) Sep 17, 2018 Making landfall in the US state of North Carolina on 14 September, Hurricane Florence is causing widespread damage and flooding. The Copernicus Sentinel-1 radar mission is being used to map affected areas. Although this mighty hurricane was downgraded to a category 1 storm before it made landfall, the momentum the storm generated on its long trip across the Atlantic remains. Storm surges a

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2018-09-17 03:30:36



ISRO Not To Fly Living Being Before Actual Manned Space Mission: Official  

Chennai, India (IANS) Sep 17, 2018 The Indian space agency will not test fly any living being on its two experimental flights before its actual human space mission planned in 2022, said a top official. "We have no plans to test fly any living being like live animals in our two test flights before sending human beings into the space in our rocket," K. Sivan, Chairman of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), told IAN

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2018-09-17 03:19:59



NASA blasts off space laser satellite to track ice loss  

Los Angeles (AFP) Sept 15, 2018 NASA's most advanced space laser satellite blasted off Saturday on a mission to track ice loss around the world and improve forecasts of sea level rise as the climate warms. Cloaked in pre-dawn darkness, the $1 billion, half-ton ICESat-2 launched aboard a Delta II rocket from Vandenberg Air Force base in California at 6:02 am (1302 GMT). "Three, two one, liftoff!" said a launch commentat

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2018-09-17 02:35:11



VLBA radio telescope measures asteroid's characteristics  

Socorro NM (SPX) Sep 17, 2018 In an unusual observation, astronomers used the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) to study the effects on radio waves coming from a distant radio galaxy when an asteroid in our solar system passed in front of the galaxy. The observation allowed them to measure the size of the asteroid, gain new information about its shape, and greatly improve the accuracy with which i

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2018-09-17 02:33:20



Uncovering the birthplaces of stars in the Milky Way  

Potsdam, Germany (SPX) Sep 17, 2018 An international team of scientists led by Ivan Minchev of the Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP) has found a way to recover the birthplaces of stars in our galaxy. This is one of the major goals in the field of galactic archaeology, whose aim is to reconstruct the formation history of the Milky Way. Stars in galactic discs have long been known to wander away from their birth

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2018-09-17 02:07:17



Danish Aerospace Company ApS to build 'next generation,' multi-function exercise equipment for astronauts  

Odense, Denmark (SPX) Sep 17, 2018 Danish Aerospace Company ApS (DAC) has received a contract from the European Space Agency (ESA) to build a new multifunction exercise system for astronauts. ESA and NASA plan to test this equipment on the International Space Station for possible future use on the International Lunar Orbital Platform or 'Gateway' that NASA, ESA and their international partners plan to establish in orbit aro

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2018-09-17 01:58:27



'Optical rocket' created with intense laser light  

Lincoln NE (SPX) Sep 17, 2018 In a recent experiment at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, plasma electrons in the paths of intense laser light pulses were almost instantly accelerated close to the speed of light. Physics professor Donald Umstadter, who led the research, said the new application might aptly be called an "optical rocket" because of the tremendous amount of force that light exerted in the experiment. Th

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2018-09-17 01:33:30



Japan successfully tests ballistic missile defense system  

Washington (UPI) Sep 13, 2018 The Japanese destroyer JS Atago, the U.S. Navy, U.S. Missile Defense Agency and Lockheed Martin have tested an upgraded Aegis Combat System Ballistic Missile Defense system for the Japanese navy. The Japanese Flight Test Mission-05 exercise on Sept. 11 successfully intercepted a separating target simulating a ballistic missile warhead, Lockheed announced on Thursday. The launch t

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2018-09-17 01:10:52



Roscosmos Finds No Flaw in Fabric of Soyuz Vehicle at Assembly Stage - Source  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 17, 2018 The commission of Russia's rocket and space corporation Energia, which investigated the emergence of a hole in the fabric of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft, attached to the conclusions the space vehicle's photographs at the assembly stage, a source in the rocket and space industry told Sputnik on Sunday. "The last photographs of the fabric of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft have been done in shop 4

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2018-09-17 01:05:59



BUFFALO charges towards the earliest galaxies  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Sep 17, 2018 The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has started a new mission to shed light on the evolution of the earliest galaxies in the Universe. The BUFFALO survey will observe six massive galaxy clusters and their surroundings. The first observations show the galaxy cluster Abell 370 and a host of magnified, gravitationally lensed galaxies around it. Learning about the formation and evolution of th

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2018-09-17 01:04:16



Baikonur Facilities to Undergo Overhaul Before OneWeb Satellites Launch - Source  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (Sputnik) Sep 17, 2018 The assembly and testing facility of the Baikonur cosmodrome which will be used for the launch of OneWeb satellites atop Russian rockets will go through a reconstruction ahead of the beginning of the launches, a source at the cosmodrome told Sputnik Sunday. "In the central hall of the assembly and testing facility floor is being replaced... The floor replacement will help to improve consid

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2018-09-17 01:03:37



Eyes in the sky aim to protect Earth's rainforests, resources  

San Francisco (AFP) Sept 15, 2018 In the Brazilian state of Para, every week, authorities receive alerts showing them which parts of the Amazon forest have been chopped down, with photos to back it up. The pictures are taken every day at 10:30 in the morning by American satellites, offering a detailed view of every three to five meters on the ground. An algorithm helps reveal automatically where logging has taken place.

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2018-09-15 11:05:38



River basin provides evidence of ancient ocean on Mars  

Washington (UPI) Sep 14, 2018 Mars was once home to a giant ocean, new research suggests. New analysis of the recently discovered river basin Hypanis Valles, the largest on Mars, suggests the presence a giant alluvial plain. The evidence that significant amounts of water once flowed on Mars is now overwhelming, but scientists can't yet confirm the presence a massive ocean. However, the latest research sedimen

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2018-09-15 09:19:11



Fly me to the Moon? A look at the space-tourism race  

Washington (AFP) Sept 14, 2018 SpaceX is among a handful of companies racing to propel tourists into space. Here are the top projects in the works, and what they involve. - Moon orbit: SpaceX - The California-based company headed by tycoon Elon Musk announced plans Thursday to send a passenger into lunar orbit aboard a monster rocket, called the Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), still in development. The cost of the latest

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2018-09-15 04:06:29



ICESat-2 to measure movement, thickness of polar sea ice  

Washington (UPI) Sep 14, 2018 For climate scientists, the poles are ground zero. Around the North and South poles, climate change is happening faster and more dramatically. To better understand how the entirety of Earth's climate will change as the planet warms, scientists need to resolve the many mysteries of polar climate change. NASA's newest ICE mission satellite, ICESat-2 - scheduled to launch into space on Sa

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2018-09-15 02:07:14



India continues to use foreign launchers for heavy satellites  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Sep 14, 2018 Against speculations that India was planning to completely ditch foreign agencies for satellite launches, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has engaged Arianespace for the launch of two crucial telecommunications satellites, GSAT-31 and GSAT-30. Two European heavy-lift Ariane 5 launch vehicles would be used to launch India's GSAT-31 and GSAT-30 from the Guiana Space Center, Eur

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2018-09-14 11:22:47



UCLA students launch project that's out of this world  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Sep 14, 2018 Five years ago, a group of UCLA undergrads came together with a common goal - to build a small satellite and launch it into space. In the years since, more than 250 students - many of whom are now UCLA graduate students and alumni - have been the mechanical engineers, software developers, thermal and power testers, electronics technicians, mission planners and fabricators of the twin Electron Lo

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2018-09-14 11:03:24



How NASA Goddard tests tools astronauts will use to explore distant worlds  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 14, 2018 When astronauts land again on the surface of another world, their limited resources will allow for a short window of time each day to explore their new surroundings. Instruments designed to quickly reveal the terrain's chemistry and form will help them understand the environments around them and how they change over time. To protect precious hours available for extraterrestrial scientific

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2018-09-14 10:15:33



Aeolus wows with first wind data  

Paris (ESA) Sep 14, 2018 Just one week after ESA's Aeolus satellite shone a light on our atmosphere and returned a taster of what's in store, this ground-breaking mission has again exceeded all expectations by delivering its first data on wind - a truly remarkable feat so early in its life in space. Florence Rabier, Director General of the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF), said, "We alway

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2018-09-14 10:08:54



Bidding farewell to a space industry workhorse  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Sep 14, 2018 The upcoming launch of a NASA ice monitoring satellite, ICESat-2, will be the last for United Launch Alliance's (ULA) medium-lift Delta II rocket, whose reliability made it a workhorse for civil, military and commercial space customers. The Delta II features main and upper-stage engines supplied by Aerojet Rocketdyne. With roots tracing back to the dawn of the space age, the Delta II has a

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2018-09-14 08:55:32



Unravelling the reasons why mass extinctions occur  

Leicester UK (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 Scientists from the University of Leicester have shed new light on why mass extinctions have occurred through history - and how this knowledge could help in predicting upcoming ecological catastrophes. The international team has investigated sudden ecological transitions throughout history, from mass mortality events in the far past to more recent extinctions which have occurred over the l

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2018-09-14 07:29:33



Russia deploys most advanced air defences at army drills  

Telemba, Russia (AFP) Sept 12, 2018 Russia showcased its most sophisticated air defence system on Wednesday, using it to repel a mock attack from the sky as part of what it describes as its largest-ever military drills. The wargames involved its state-of-the-art S-400, Russia's latest generation surface-to-air defence system, which is considered by NATO countries to pose a threat to their aircraft. The exercise on the Tele

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2018-09-14 07:11:58



SpaceX announces new plan to send tourist around Moon  

Los Angeles (AFP) Sept 14, 2018 SpaceX on Thursday announced a new plan to launch a tourist around the Moon using its Big Falcon Rocket (BFR), a massive launch vehicle that is being designed to carry people into deep space. "SpaceX has signed the world's first private passenger to fly around the Moon aboard our BFR launch vehicle - an important step toward enabling access for everyday people who dream of traveling to spac

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2018-09-14 05:38:03



Russian space industry source says no new leaks found at ISS  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 14, 2018 The space crew at the International Space Station (ISS) has not found any new holes caused by an alleged drilling impact at the Soyuz spacecraft docked to the ISS, a source in the rocket and space industry told Sputnik on Friday. "There are no new signs of a drilling impact neither at the ISS, not at Soyuz spacecrafts docked to it," the source said. In late August, Roscosmos state sp

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2018-09-14 05:11:46



Lockheed receives contract for Joint Air-to-Ground Missiles  

Washington (UPI) Sep 12, 2018 Lockheed Martin in Orlando, Fl, has received a $49.6 million modification to a existing contract for the purchase of Joint Air-to-Ground Missiles. Work on the contract, announced Tuesday by the Department of Defense, will be performed in Orlando, Fla., with an estimated completion date of Feb. 28, 2021. Army fiscal 2017 and 2018 procurement funds in the amount of $49.6 million were obli

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2018-09-14 04:42:33



Protection for the ozone layer: sugar molecules bind harmful CFCs  

Mainz, Germany (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 Researchers at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and Aschaffenburg University of Applied Sciences have managed to make a breakthrough when it comes to dealing with the extremely ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbon Freon 11. Their findings could make a major contribution to protecting the endangered ozone layer. Freon 11 is a chlorofluorocarbon (CFC). These substances were previously

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2018-09-14 04:22:53



Help make a better world land map with NASA App  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Sep 14, 2018 Starting this month, you can be part of a project to create more detailed satellite-based global maps of land cover by sharing photos of the world around you in a new NASA citizen science project. The project is a part of GLOBE Observer, a citizen science program that lets you contribute meaningful data to NASA and the science community. The GLOBE Observer app, introduced in 2016, includes

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2018-09-14 04:20:39



MarCO makes space for small explorers  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Sep 14, 2018 Twenty years ago, CubeSats - a class of boxy satellites small enough to fit in a backpack - were used by universities as a teaching aid. Simpler, smaller and cheaper than traditional satellites, they've made space more accessible to private companies and science agencies. This summer, NASA has been flying the first two next-generation CubeSats to deep space. They're currently on their way

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2018-09-14 03:24:11



Magnetic waves are main force in star formation, researchers say  

Washington (UPI) Sep 13, 2018 Magnetic waves are the main force in star formation in space, according to new research. This birth process leads to the formation of planets orbiting the sun and, ultimately, life on those planets, according Stella Offner, an assistant professor of astronomy at the University of Texas Austin. The new findings, which included using a supercomputer for models of the multitude of processe

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2018-09-14 02:11:19



A trick of the light  

Lemont, IL (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 Particle physicists are on the hunt for light. Not just any light, but a characteristic signal produced by the interaction of certain particles - like ghostly neutrinos, which are neutral fundamental particles with very low mass - with a detector that contains an atomic sea of liquefied noble gases. Even if it were brighter, this light signal would be undetectable by our eyes because it fa

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2018-09-14 01:27:59



Magnetic waves create chaos in star-forming clouds  

Austin TX (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 New research by Stella Offner, assistant professor of astronomy at The University of Texas at Austin, finds that magnetic waves are an important factor driving the process of star formation within the enormous clouds that birth stars. Her research sheds light on the processes that are responsible for setting the properties of stars, which in turn affects the formation of planets orbiting t

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2018-09-13 11:30:40



Russian cosmonaut speaks about situation on ISS after leak in Soyuz  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 11, 2018 Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev, who is currently at the International Space Station (ISS) showed the place where an oxygen-leaking small crack on the Russian Soyuz spacecraft, docked at the ISS, had been previously found. "Please, do not worry, everything is fine here. We are now in the living section of the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft where the drop in air pressure has been detected. As yo

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2018-09-13 11:24:01



Landslides, avalanches may be key to long-term comet activity  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 The release of gases through sublimation is the defining process of comets, but a new paper by Planetary Science Institute Research Scientist Jordan K. Steckloff and Senior Scientist Nalin H. Samarasinha says that periodic landslides and avalanches, known as mass wasting, may be responsible for keeping comets active over a long time. These escaping gases loft dust off of the comet, forming

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2018-09-13 10:16:45



Russia denies suspecting US astronauts of drilling hole on space station  

Moscow (AFP) Sept 12, 2018 Russia on Wednesday reacted angrily to a report that it suspects US astronauts of deliberately drilling a hole on the International Space Station, one of the few remaining areas of cooperation between the countries. The hole was detected on the ISS last month and quickly sealed up, but Russia has suggested that it was drilled deliberately. Russian daily Kommersant reported Wednesday that

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2018-09-13 10:13:31



Just seven photons can act like billions  

London, UK (SPX) Sep 11, 2018 A system made of just a handful of particles acts just like larger systems, allowing scientists to study quantum behaviour more easily. Most substances physicists study are made up of huge numbers of particles - so large that there is essentially no difference between the behavioural properties of a drop or a swimming pool's worth of pure water. Even a single drop can contain more than a q

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2018-09-13 10:12:29



UN space agency ready to support states willing to adopt arms control in space  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 12, 2018 UN Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is ready to provide its technical expertise to member states willing to adopt a multilateral treaty on space arms control similar to the one proposed by China and Russia, Simonetta Di Pippo, the director of the organization, told Sputnik on Tuesday. "We are working in coordination with the [UN] Office for Disarmament Affairs, for a few years now,

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2018-09-13 09:34:25



Arianespace's Vega to orbit THEOS-2 for Thailand's GISTDA  

Evry, France (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 Arianespace reports it will orbit THEOS-2, the very-high-resolution Earth observation optical satellite for Thailand, under the terms of a turnkey contract between Airbus Defence and Space and the Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency of Thailand (GISTDA). Using a Vega or Vega C rocket, this Earth observation mission will be conducted from the Guiana Space Center in Kouro

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2018-09-13 05:43:27



Lockheed Martin preps ground support for GPS 3 sats and M-Code ops  

Denver CO (SPX) Sep 13, 2018 Once the next-generation GPS III satellites begin launching later this year, a series of updates to the current ground control system from Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will help the U.S. Air Force gain early command and control of the new satellites for testing and operations. In 2016 and 2017, the Air Force placed Lockheed Martin under two contracts, called GPS III Contingency Operations (

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2018-09-13 04:57:59



US pushes NATO States to renege on outer space agreements says Moscow  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 12, 2018 The United States is exerting pressure on the NATO countries so that they roll back previously reached agreements on outer space, the director of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Department for Nonproliferation and Arms Control said. "The United States is exerting tremendous pressure on its NATO partners and other so-called allies who are circumventing previously reached agreements, includin

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2018-09-13 03:48:18



Russian spacecrafts under careful scrutiny after ISS air leak incident  

Moscow (Sputnik) Sep 13, 2018 Experts from the Energia Rocket and Space Corporation are checking the Soyuz MS-10 and Progress MS-11 spacecraft at the Baikonur Cosmodrome after the air leak incident at the Soyuz spacecraft docked to the International Space Station (ISS), a source in the rocket and space industry told Sputnik. In late August, Roscosmos state space corporation head Dmitry Rogozin said an air leak and a su

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2018-09-13 02:42:59






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