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NASA team finds noxious ice cloud on Saturn's moon Titan  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Researchers with NASA's Cassini mission found evidence of a toxic hybrid ice in a wispy cloud high above the south pole of Saturn's largest moon, Titan. The finding is a new demonstration of the complex chemistry occurring in Titan's atmosphere - in this case, cloud formation in the giant moon's stratosphere - and part of a collection of processes that ultimately helps deliver a smorgasbor

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A single photon reveals quantum entanglement of 16 million atoms  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 Quantum theory is unequivocal: it predicts that a vast number of atoms can be entangled and intertwined by a very strong quantum relationship even in a macroscopic structure. Until now, however, experimental evidence has been mostly lacking, although recent advances have shown the entanglement of 2,900 atoms. Scientists at the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland, recently reengineered thei

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A solar-powered asteroid nursery at the orbit of Mars  

Armagh UK (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 The planet Mars shares its orbit with a handful of small asteroids, the so-called Trojans. Among them, one finds a unique group, all moving in very similar orbits, suggesting that they originated from the same object. But the mechanism that produced this "family" has been a mystery. Now, an international team of astronomers believe they have identified the culprit: sunlight. Their findings

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Spinning comet rapidly slows down during close approach to Earth  

Flagstaff, AZ (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Astronomers at Lowell Observatory observed comet 41P/Tuttle-Giacobini- Kresak last spring and noticed that the speed of its rotation was quickly slowing down. A research team led by David Schleicher studied the comet while it was closer to the Earth than it has ever been since its discovery. The comet rotational period became twice as long, going from 24 to more than 48 hours within six weeks, a

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Airmen provide exacting space operations  

Vandenberg AFB CA (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Thousands upon thousands of debris pieces are traversing Earth's orbit. Along with the debris are satellites performing a plethora of functions and even manned vehicles like the International Space Station. Space Operators fill the critical role of keeping it all sorted out. Overall, the mission of the 18th SPCS is to deliver foundational space situational awareness to assure global freedo

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What lurks below NASA's Chamber A  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Hidden beneath Chamber A at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston is an area engineers used to test critical contamination control technology that has helped keep NASA's James Webb Space Telescope clean during cryogenic testing. This voluminous area is called the plenum, and it supports the weight of the chamber above as well as houses some of the cabling and plumbing for it. Before Webb'

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Russia's space agency says glitch in manned Soyuz landing  

Moscow (AFP) Oct 18, 2017 A manned Soyuz rocket suffered a partial loss of pressure as it returned to Earth earlier this year, Russia's space agency said Wednesday, in the latest glitch to hit the country's space industry. The incident during a voyage back from the International Space Station in April did not put the crew's life in danger, the Roscosmos space agency said in a statement. "As the Soyuz MS-02 (space

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Solar eruptions could electrify Martian moons  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Powerful solar eruptions could electrically charge areas of the Martian moon Phobos to hundreds of volts, presenting a complex electrical environment that could possibly affect sensitive electronics carried by future robotic explorers, according to a new NASA study. The study also considered electrical charges that could develop as astronauts transit the surface on potential human missions to Ph

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Ecosystem for near-Earth space stabilization and control  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 This past April, at the 33rd Space Symposium, the space community, for the first time, heard about a possible game-changing discovery that may create a new "ecosystem" that could stabilize low Earth orbits (LEO) and offer several benefits for space-based national security operations. Here is a brief abstract of the presentation. The discovery of a cost-effective and viable approach to the

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A mission to Mars could make its own oxygen thanks to plasma technology  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Plasma technology could hold the key to creating a sustainable oxygen supply on Mars, a new study has found. It suggests that Mars, with its 96 per cent carbon dioxide atmosphere, has nearly ideal conditions for creating oxygen from CO2 through a process known as decomposition. Published in the journal Plasma Sources Science and Technology, the research by the universities of Lisbon

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Bigelow and ULA team up to propose a B330 Habitat in Low Lunar Orbit  

Las Vegas, NV (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Bigelow Aerospace and United Launch Alliance (ULA) are working together to launch a B330 expandable module on ULA's Vulcan launch vehicle. The launch would place a B330 outfitted module in Low Lunar Orbit by the end of 2022 to serve as a lunar depot. "We are excited to work with ULA on this lunar depot project," said Robert Bigelow, president of Bigelow Aerospace. "Our lunar depot pl

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Samples brought back from asteroid reveal 'rubble pile' had a violent past  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Curtin University planetary scientists have shed some light on the evolution of asteroids, which may help prevent future collisions of an incoming 'rubble pile' asteroid with Earth. The scientists studied two incredibly small particles brought back to Earth from the asteroid Itokawa, after they were collected in 2005 from the surface of the 500 metre-wide asteroid, by the Japanese Hayabusa

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Harnessing commercially available geospatial imagery for defense analysis  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 The rapid pace of new commercial satellite constellation launches has led to a significant increase in the amount and availability of geospatial imagery. Unfortunately, no straightforward way currently exists for analysts to access and analyze all of that imagery. The current ad hoc, time-intensive approach requires gathering and curating data from a large number of available sources, down

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SwRI scientists dig into the origin of organics on Ceres  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Oct 19, 2017 Since NASA's Dawn spacecraft detected localized organic-rich material on Ceres, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) has been digging into the data to explore different scenarios for its origin. After considering the viability of comet or asteroid delivery, the preponderance of evidence suggests the organics are most likely native to Ceres. "The discovery of a locally high concentration of

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How bright is the moon, really?  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 The "inconstant moon," as Shakespeare called it in Romeo and Juliet, is more reliable than his pair of star-crossed lovers might have thought. Now researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) plan to make the Moon even more reliable with a new project to measure its brightness. Scientists put the Moon to work daily as a calibration source for space-based cameras

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Saturn's A ring contained by not one, but seven moons  

(UPI) Oct 17, 2017 Until recently, astronomers assumed Saturn's A ring was contained by a single moon, Janus, the gas giant's largest. But new research shows the A ring, the outermost of Saturn's large, bright rings, is confined by seven moons. The orbital resonances of the seven moons, new research shows, prevents the A ring from diffusing into nothingness. Without the seven moons, the ring's material wo

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Hear This: 30 Percent Less Noise  

Edwards AFB CA (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 The Adaptive Compliant Trailing Edge flight test project, or ACTE, is proving that a new flap design can reduce aircraft noise by as much as 30 percent on takeoff and landing. The second phase of the project, ACTE II, which is expected to continue this fall and conclude at the end of the year, will build on the research and data collected on the flap locked in different positions in flight

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Sentinel-5P: satellite in excellent health  

Paris (ESA) Oct 17, 2017 Launched last week, Europe's Sentinel-5P satellite - the first Copernicus mission dedicated to monitoring the air we breathe - is in excellent health. The 820 kg satellite was lofted into orbit from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia last Friday on a Rockot. The satellite will use its state-of-the-art Tropomi instrument to monitor our atmosphere, mapping a multitude of gases

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Microbes leave 'fingerprints' on Martian rocks  

University of Vienna Vienna, Austria (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 At the Department of Biophysical Chemistry at the University of Vienna, Tetyana Milojevic and her team have been operating a miniaturized "Mars farm" in order to simulate ancient and probably extinct microbial life - based on gases and synthetically produced Martian regolith of diverse composition. The team investigates interactions between Metallosphaer

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Earth's New Traveling Buddy Is an Asteroid, Not Space Junk  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 At the 49th Annual Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting in Provo, Utah, astronomers led by Vishnu Reddy at the University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory confirm the true nature of one of Earth's companions on its journey around the Sun. Was it a burned-out rocket booster, tumbling along a peculiar near-Earth orbit around the Sun, and only occasionally getting close enough to

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ESA takes the reins of the Disasters Charter  

Paris (ESA) Oct 17, 2017 When disaster strikes, a group of international space agencies pools its resources and expertise to support relief efforts on the ground. For the next six months, ESA will be leading the International Charter Space and Major Disasters as it brings information from satellites to the aid of the vulnerable. Every six months, a different member takes the role of Primus Inter Pares - or Charter

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Lockheed Martin Launches Second Cycle of 'Girls' Rocketry Challenge' in Japan  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 Lockheed Martin has launched the second cycle of its 'Girls' Rocketry Challenge' program, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) initiative designed to enable female high school students in Japan engage in real-life experiments that will further pique their curiosity and potential interest in STEM and related careers. In partnership with the Japan Association of Rocketry

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Scientists prove extragalactic origin of high-energy cosmic rays  

Karlsruher, Germany (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 Cosmic rays of very high energy have their origin outside of our own galaxy, the Milky Way. This is suggested by a study of the angles of incidence of more than 30,000 particles at the Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina, which is now reported in the Science journal. This finding of the KIT-managed largest experiment measuring cosmic rays worldwide is another important step on the way towards

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Number of Undiscovered Near-Earth Asteroids Revised Downward  

Provo, UT (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 Fewer large near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) remain to be discovered than astronomers thought, according to a new analysis by planetary scientist Alan W. Harris of MoreData! in La Canada, California. Harris is presenting his results this week at the 49th annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society's Division for Planetary Sciences in Provo, Utah. Observers have been cataloging potential

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Study reveals new threat to the ozone layer  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 "Ozone depletion is a well-known phenomenon and, thanks to the success of the Montreal Protocol, is widely perceived as a problem solved," says University of East Anglia's David Oram. But an international team of researchers, led by Oram, has now found an unexpected, growing danger to the ozone layer from substances not regulated by the treaty. The study is published in Atmospheric Chemistry and

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Webcam on Mars Express surveys high-altitude clouds  

Paris (ESA) Oct 18, 2017 An unprecedented catalogue of more than 21 000 images taken by a webcam on ESA's Mars Express is proving its worth as a science instrument, providing a global survey of unusual high-altitude cloud features on the Red Planet. The low-resolution camera was originally installed on Mars Express for visual confirmation that the Beagle-2 lander had separated in 2003. In 2007 it was switched back

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ESA role in Europe's first all-electric telecom satellite  

Paris (ESA) Oct 18, 2017 Europe's first all-electric telecom satellite has reached its final working orbit above the Pacific Ocean. Eutelsat-172B, built for Eutelsat by Airbus, carries new technologies developed through ESA-led projects, including fully articulated thruster arms. The satellite relied entirely on electric thrusters to climb from its initial orbit into its planned slot over the equator some 35 800 k

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Recent drive improves energy levels of Opportunity rover on Mars  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 18, 2017 Opportunity is continuing her winter exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The cold, low-light winter conditions continue to constrain activity, although with a recent drive, energy levels have improved slightly. Sol 4873 (Oct. 8, 2017), was a recharge sol and sol 4872 (Oct. 7, 2017), had little activity. Opportunity drove on Sol 4874 (Oct. 9, 2017

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Study shows how water could have flowed on 'cold and icy' ancient Mars  

Providence RI (SPX) Oct 18, 2017 For scientists trying to understand what ancient Mars might have been like, the red planet sends some mixed signals. Water-carved valleys and lakebeds leave little doubt that water once flowed on the surface. But climate models for early Mars suggest average temperatures around the globe stayed well below freezing. A recent study led by Brown University geologists offers a potential bridge

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Energy against the current on a quantum scale, without contradicting the laws of physics  

Bilbao, Spain (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 This is the main result obtained by the group led by Professor Angel Rubio of the UPV/EHU and of the Max Planck Institute PMSD, together with collaborators at the BCCMS centre in Bremen, and which has been echoed by the journal Nature Quantum Materials. In macroscopic objects such as a current of water, the fact of observing the current does not affect the flow of the water and, in accorda

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NASA Seeks Information from Potential Funders for Spitzer  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 17, 2017 NASA is seeking information from U.S. parties interested in operating the Spitzer Space Telescope with non-NASA funding after March 2019, when NASA financial support ends. Spitzer is expected to be able to support its current operations through September 2019, and operations beyond September 2020 should be possible for observing modes with the lowest data volume. "This provides an opportun

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Haumea, the most peculiar of Pluto companions, has a ring around it  

Granada, Spain (SPX) Oct 17, 2017 At the ends of the Solar System, beyond the orbit of Neptune, there is a belt of objects composed of ice and rocks, among which four dwarf planets stand out: Pluto, Eris, Makemake and Haumea. The latter is the least well known of the four and was recently the object of an international observation campaign which was able to establish its main physical characteristics. The study, led by astronome

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FAST Feature: No aliens found yet, but heartbeats of a universe heard  

Beijing (XNA) Oct 17, 2017 One is rapid and strong, and the other is slow and weak, like the heartbeats of a youth and an old man passing through a distance of thousands of light years, and then heard by the most sensitive "ear" on Earth. The "ear" is the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST), the world's largest radio telescope, with a dish as large as 30 football fields. It is located in a valley

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Low-cost battery from waste graphite  

Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Kostiantyn Kravchyk works in the group of Maksym Kovalenko. This research group is based at both ETH Zurich and in Empa's Laboratory for Thin Films and Photovoltaics. The two researchers' ambitious goal at the Empa branch is to make a battery out of the most common elements in the Earth's crust - such as magnesium or aluminum. These metals offer a high degree of safety, even if the anode i

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NASA Missions Catch First Light from a Gravitational-Wave Event  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 17, 2017 For the first time, NASA scientists have detected light tied to a gravitational-wave event, thanks to two merging neutron stars in the galaxy NGC 4993, located about 130 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Hydra. Shortly after 5:41 a.m. PDT (8:41 a.m. EDT) on Aug. 17, NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope picked up a pulse of high-energy light from a powerful explosion, wh

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A star that devoured its own planets  

New York NY (SPX) Oct 17, 2017 A devourer of worlds lurks around 350 light-years away. According to a recent study comparing the chemical composition of a pair of sunlike stars, one of the stars has consumed the rocky equivalent of 15 Earths. "Even if our sun ate the entire inner solar system, it wouldn't come close to the anomaly we see in this star," says study coauthor David Hogg, group leader for astronomical data a

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Heavy elements in neutron star mergers detected  

Darmstadt, Germany (SPX) Oct 17, 2017 On October 16 a team of scientists, including members from the LIGO and Virgo collaborations and several astronomical groups, announced the detection of both gravitational and electromagnetic waves, originating from the merger of two neutron stars. These mergers have been speculated as the yet unknown production site of heavy elements including Gold, Platinum and Uranium in the Universe. I

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Filling the early universe with knots can explain why the world is three-dimensional  

Nashville TN (SPX) Oct 17, 2017 The next time you come across a knotted jumble of rope or wire or yarn, ponder this: The natural tendency for things to tangle may help explain the three-dimensional nature of the universe and how it formed. An international team of physicists has developed an out-of-the-box theory which proposes that shortly after it popped into existence 13.8 billion years ago the universe was filled wit

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Mimetic Martian water is highly pressurized, experiments show  

Washington (UPI) Oct 13, 2017 Mars is too cold to host flowing liquid water, but with the right mix of compounds, a water solution could be hiding on and below Mars' surface. New research suggests a solution dubbed "mimetic Martian water" could flow on and beneath the Red Planet's crust. Such a solution could explain the channeling, riveting and other evidence of weathering observed on the Martian surface. Bu

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A new era of multi-messenger astronomy with LIGO discovery  

Rochester NY (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Rochester Institute of Technology researchers played a significant role in an international announcement today that has changed the future of astrophysics. The breakthrough discovery of colliding neutron stars marks the first time both gravitational waves and light have been detected from the same cosmic collision. "Multimessenger astronomy," a new way of understanding the universe,

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Giant Exoplanet Hunters: Look for Debris Disks  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 17, 2017 There's no map showing all the billions of exoplanets hiding in our galaxy - they're so distant and faint compared to their stars, it's hard to find them. Now, astronomers hunting for new worlds have established a possible signpost for giant exoplanets. A new study finds that giant exoplanets that orbit far from their stars are more likely to be found around young stars that have a disk of

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Watching plant photosynthesis from space  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 University of Sydney and NASA researchers have developed a revolutionary new technique to image plant photosynthesis using satellite-based remote-sensing, with potential applications in climate change monitoring. The uptake of carbon dioxide by leaves and its conversion to sugars by photosynthesis, referred to as gross primary production (GPP), is the fundamental basis of life on Earth and

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Astronomers find potential solution into how planets form  

Exeter UK (SPX) Oct 17, 2017 The quest to discover how planets found in the far reaches of the universe are born has taken a new, crucial twist. A new study by an international team of scientists, led by Stefan Kraus from the University of Exeter, has given a fascinating new insight into one of the most respected theories of how planets are formed. Young stars start out with a massive disk of gas and dust that o

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Reconstructing Cassini's Plunge into Saturn  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 17, 2017 As NASA's Cassini spacecraft made its fateful dive into the upper atmosphere of Saturn on Sept. 15, the spacecraft was live-streaming data from eight of its science instruments, along with readings from a variety of engineering systems. While analysis of science data from the final plunge will take some time, Cassini engineers already have a pretty clear understanding of how the spacecraft itsel

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Asteroid Tracking Network Observes Close Approach  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 16, 2017 On Oct. 12 EDT (Oct. 11 PDT), a small asteroid designated 2012 TC4 will safely pass by Earth at a distance of approximately 26,000 miles (42,000 kilometers). This is a little over one tenth the distance to the Moon and just above the orbital altitude of communications satellites. This encounter with TC4 is being used by asteroid trackers around the world to test their ability to operate as a coo

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Ring around a dwarf planet detected  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Ten observatories in six European countries teamed up for recent observations of a stellar occultation by the dwarf planet Haumea, which surprisingly show a narrow and dense ring orbiting the dwarf planet. In addition, the astronomers at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics and more than 50 further institutions were able to constrain the size, shape and density of Haumea,w

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JILA's 3-D quantum gas atomic clock offers new dimensions in measurement  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 JILA physicists have created an entirely new design for an atomic clock, in which strontium atoms are packed into a tiny three-dimensional (3-D) cube at 1,000 times the density of previous one-dimensional (1-D) clocks. In doing so, they are the first to harness the ultra-controlled behavior of a so-called "quantum gas" to make a practical measurement device. With so many atoms completely i

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Mimetic Martian water is under pressure  

Leeds, UK (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Researchers investigating whether liquid water could exist on Mars have provided new insight into the limits of life on the red planet. A team led by Dr Lorna Dougan from the University of Leeds has analysed the structure of water in a magnesium perchlorate solution - what they refer to as "mimetic Martin water" - to better understand how the liquid could exist on the Martian surface. Mart

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Intense storms batter Saturn's largest moon, UCLA scientists report  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Titan, the largest of Saturn's more than 60 moons, has surprisingly intense rainstorms, according to research by a team of UCLA planetary scientists and geologists. Although the storms are relatively rare - they occur less than once per Titan year, which is 29 and a half Earth years - they occur much more frequently than the scientists expected. "I would have thought these would be once-a-

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Close Approach of Asteroid 2012 TC4 Poses no Danger to Earth  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 The house-sized asteroid 2012 TC4 is slated to give Earth a close shave on Thursday, October 12, swooshing by our planet at approximately 5:41 UTC (1:41 a.m. EDT) at a distance of about 31,000 miles (50,000 kilometers). Although there were some worries that this rocky object could hit the Earth, latest observations confirm that it poses no danger to our home planet at all. "The actual miss

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RS-25 Engines Ready for Maiden Flight of NASA's Space Launch System  

Stennis Space Center MS (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne reports that four RS-25 engines slated to fly on Exploration Mission-1 (EM-1), the maiden flight of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS), are ready for integration with the rocket's core stage. EM-1 is a three-week mission in which the SLS rocket will launch the Orion spacecraft into a distant retrograde orbit around the moon farther than a human-rated vehicle has traveled before

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Eutelsat's Airbus-built full electric EUTELSAT 172B satellite reaches geostationary orbit  

Toulouse, France (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 The EUTELSAT 172B spacecraft, built by Airbus for Eutelsat, one of the world's leading satellite operators, has now reached geostationary orbit, breaking the record for the fastest satellite electric orbit raising (EOR). EUTELSAT 172B was launched by Ariane 5 from Kourou, in French Guiana, on 1 June. The Airbus spacecraft control centre in Toulouse took control for early operations, initia

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Space radiation won't stop NASA's human exploration  

Houston TX (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 While it's true that space radiation is one of the biggest challenges for a human journey to Mars, it's also true that NASA is developing technologies and countermeasures to ensure a safe and successful journey to the red planet. "Some people think that radiation will keep NASA from sending people to Mars, but that's not the current situation," said, Pat Troutman, NASA Human Exploration St

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What NASA's simulated missions tell us about the need for Martian law  

Kent UK (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Six people recently returned from an eight-month long isolation experiment to test human endurance for long-term space missions. Their "journey to Mars" involved being isolated below the summit of the world's largest active volcano in Hawaii (Mauna Loa), and was designed to better understand the psychological impacts of manned missions. NASA, which aims to send expeditions to Mars by the 2

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Ancient asteroid impact exposes the moon's interior  

West Lafayette IN (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Scientists have long assumed that all the planets in our solar system look the same beneath the surface, but a study published in Geology on Oct. 4 tells a different story. "The mantle of the earth is made mostly of a mineral called olivine, and the assumption is usually that all planets are like the Earth," said Jay Melosh, Distinguished Professor of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Scien

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Rocket motor for Ariane 6 and Vega-C is cast for testing  

Paris (ESA) Oct 16, 2017 The first full-scale model of the rocket motor that will propel Ariane 6 and Vega-C into orbit has been cast and filled with inert propellant for testing at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana. The P120C is the largest solid-propellant rocket motor ever built in one segment. Each P120C will hold over 140 tonnes of propellant in a carbon fibre casing almost 11.5 m long and about 3.4 m in di

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Debate over Mars exploration strategy heats up in astrobiology journal  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 Current robotic missions to Mars that have not been appropriately cleaned and sterilized must steer clear of designated Special Regions to avoid introducing Earth-borne biological and organic contaminants. However, some experts claim that this strategy is hindering the discovery of martian life forms and ask if planetary protection policies governing Mars explorations should be relaxed in advanc

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First Four Space Launch System Flight Engines Ready To Rumble  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Oct 16, 2017 The flight preparations for the four engines that will power NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) on its first integrated flight with Orion are complete and the engines are assembled and ready to be joined to the deep space rocket's core stage. All five structures that form the massive core stage for the rocket have been built including the engine section where the RS-25 engines will be attached.

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SES GS to Provide More MEO-enabled SATCOM Solutions for U.S. Government  

Luxembourg (SPX) Oct 10, 2017 SES reports that its wholly owned subsidiary, SES Government Solutions (SES GS), has won several key contracts to provide critically important managed network services leveraging SES's unique high throughput, low latency Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) O3b satellite network capabilities. By the end of 2017, SES GS will be delivering nearly 4 Gigabits per second of managed O3b services supporting 13 sit

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SpaceX launches, lands recycled rocket  

Miami (AFP) Oct 11, 2017 SpaceX on Wednesday launched a rocket that had already flown to space and landed it successfully on an ocean platform, as part of its ongoing effort to recycle costly rocket components. On a clear autumn evening at 6:53 pm (2253 GMT), the tall, white Falcon 9 rocket blasted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida carrying the Echostar 105/SES-11 satellite. "Couldn't be more perfect weather for

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New long range drones expected in 2018  

Washington (UPI) Oct 10, 2017 General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. announced Tuesday that the company has officially transitioned its production line from the MQ-1C Gray Eagle to its new long-range variant, the MQ-1C ER Gray Eagle Extended Range. The transition comes after GA-ASI completed the last contracted MQ-1C Gray Eagle unmanned aerial system, which has been delivered to 12 U.S. Army operational units an

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What can be discovered at the junction of physics and chemistry?  

Tomsk, Russia (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 TSU scientist Rashid Valiev and colleagues from the universities of Helsinki and Oslo have discovered a new type of rare molecules whose properties can be controlled by changing the induction of an external magnetic field. These are paramagnetic molecules from the class porphyrins. Porphyrins are part of hemoglobin and chlorophyll and are closely related to the processes of photosynthesis

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Thales demos capability of ballistic missile tracking radar  

Washington (UPI) Oct 9, 2017 Thales' SMART-L MM radar system has successfully demonstrated its missile-tracking capabilities in a U.S. Navy exercise in Europe, the company announced on Monday. The radar, mounted on the test tower at a company facility in Hengelo, Netherlands, detected and tracked a ballistic missile at an average range of more than 932 miles for more than five minutes without difficulties. T

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Electron behavior under extreme conditions described for the first time  

London, UK (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 Researchers have modelled the actions of electrons under extreme temperatures and densities, such as those found within planets and stars. The work could provide insights into the behaviour of matter in fusion experiments, which may one day lead to a sought-after source of clean energy. Electrons are an elementary component of our world and determine many of the properties of solids

2017-10-13 00:14:34
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Opportunity Feeling the Chemistry  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 10, 2017 Opportunity is continuing her winter exploration of Perseverance Valley on the west rim of Endeavour crater. The cold, low-light winter conditions continue to limit activity. Sols 4866 and 4867 (October 1, 2017 and October 2, 2017) were recharge sols with little activity. Opportunity has been conducting surface chemistry surveys with Alpha Particle X-ray Spectrometer (APXS). On Sol 4

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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High-speed quantum memory for photons  

Basel, Switzerland (SPX) Oct 10, 2017 Physicists from the University of Basel have developed a memory that can store photons. These quantum particles travel at the speed of light and are thus suitable for high-speed data transfer. The researchers were able to store them in an atomic vapor and read them out again later without altering their quantum mechanical properties too much. This memory technology is simple and fast and i

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Scientists find missing baryons -- half the universe's missing matter  

Washington (UPI) Oct 9, 2017 Two separate teams of researchers have found half of the universe's hidden matter, partially solving a mystery that has long troubled astronomers. When it comes to the search for missing matter, dark matter - the mysterious, invisible material accounting for roughly 80 precent of the mass of the universe - hogs the headlines. But astronomers have also struggled to find a lot of visibl

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Mysterious Dimming of Tabby's Star May Be Caused by Dust  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 05, 2017 One of the most mysterious stellar objects may be revealing some of its secrets at last. Called KIC 8462852, also known as Boyajian's Star, or Tabby's Star, the object has experienced unusual dips in brightness - NASA's Kepler space telescope even observed dimming of up to 20 percent over a matter of days. In addition, the star has had much subtler but longer-term enigmatic dimming trends,

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Prototype shows how tiny photodetectors can double their efficiency  

Riverside CA (SPX) Oct 10, 2017 Physicists at the University of California, Riverside have developed a photodetector - a device that senses light - by combining two distinct inorganic materials and producing quantum mechanical processes that could revolutionize the way solar energy is collected. Photodetectors are almost ubiquitous, found in cameras, cell phones, remote controls, solar cells, and even the panels of space

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Angola's First Satellite to Be Launched From Baikonur Spaceport Dec. 7  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2017 Rocket and Space Corporation Energia's General Designer Yevgeniy Mikrin said that a Ukrainian-made Zenit carrier rocket, loaded with the AngoSat-1 satellite, built at Angola's request, will be launched from the Baikonur spaceport in Kazakhstan on December 7. Ukrainian-made Zenit carrier rocket, loaded with an AngoSat-1 satellite built at Angola's request will be launched from the Baikonur

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Surface helium detonation spells end for white dwarf  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Oct 05, 2017 Some stars end their lives with a huge explosion called a supernova. The most famous supernovae are the result of a massive star exploding, but a white dwarf, the remnant of an intermediate mass star like our Sun, can also explode. This can occur if the white dwarf is part of a binary star system. The white dwarf accretes material from the companion star, then at some point, it might explo

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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ALMA and Rosetta detect freon-40 in space  

Copenhagen, Denmark (SPX) Oct 05, 2017 Observations made with the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) and ESA's Rosetta mission by an international team, including researchers from the Niels Bohr Institute, have revealed the presence of the organohalogen Freon-40 in gas around both an infant star and a comet. Organohalogens are formed by organic processes on Earth, but this is the first ever detection of them in inter

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Russia May Adjust Space Program to Construct Super-Heavy Carrier Rocket  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2017 Russia may adjust its federal space program to facilitate funding of the construction of a super-heavy-lift launch vehicle (SHLLV), General Director of Russia's Rocket and Space Corporation Energia Vladimir Solntsev told Sputnik on Tuesday. Solntsev said that Energia is jointly working with Roscosmos "on proposals to amend the federal space program" to get the necessary funding for the pro

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Turkey, Russia to Enhance Cooperation in the Field of Space Technologies  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2017 Turkey is set to develop its space agency following the passing of a draft law by the Turkish Parliament. According to some experts, Turkey will collaborate with Russia, China and India in order to move faster and more efficiently in this field. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim recently announced that a draft law on the establishment of the Turkish Space Agency, which was submitted t

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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Mercury map renders the innermost planet's geology in color  

Washington (UPI) Oct 9, 2017 Scientists with the European Space Agency have rendered the dull, gray world of Mercury in bright colors as part of a new mapping effort in preparation for next year's BepiColombo mission launch. Using data collected by NASA's Messenger mission between 2010 and 2015, scientists plotted a color-coded map of the Victoria Quadrangle, a crater-filled region in Mercury's northern hemisphere.

2017-10-12 05:29:55
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US spacewalkers install 'new eyes' at space station  

Miami (AFP) Oct 10, 2017 Two US astronauts installed a high-definition video camera at the International Space Station Tuesday and made more progress on repairs to the lab's robotic arm, NASA said. NASA spokesman Rob Navias described the camera equipment as offering "new eyes" to the orbiting outpost, as live video showed astronaut Randy Bresnik in sharp detail, floating in his white spacesuit. The previous came

2017-10-11 04:08:22
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Lockheed Martin's first GPS III Satellite receives green light from Air Force  

Washington (UPI) Oct 10, 2017 The U.S. Air Force has given their final acceptance approval to Lockheed Martin's GPS III satellite, the company announced on Tuesday. The available for launch designation, or AFL, from the Air Force is the final stage in accepting new technology under Department of Defense regulations. Lockheed Martin's first GPS III Space Vehicle or GPS III SV01 is expected to deploy in 2018, accordin

2017-10-11 04:08:22
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Sentinel-5P poised for liftoff  

Paris (ESA) Oct 10, 2017 With four days to liftoff, the next Sentinel satellite is now on the launch pad at the Plesetsk Cosmodrome in northern Russia. The rocket will be fuelled two days before launch, set for Friday at 09:27 GMT (11:27 CEST). The Sentinel-5P satellite has been at the cosmodrome since early September going through a series of tests and being readied for the big day. After being sealed from

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Boeing to acquire Aurora Flight Sciences  

Washington (UPI) Oct 5, 2017 Boeing reports it will acquire Virginia-based Aurora Flight Sciences to accelerate the airplane manufacturer's development of autonomous aerospace vehicles. A news release Thursday did not disclose the terms of the transaction, but it noted that the takeover is still subject to regulatory approvals. "The combined strength and innovation of our teams will advance the development o

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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China launches remote sensing satellite for Venezuela  

Beijing (XNA) Oct 10, 2017 China launched Venezuela's remote sensing satellite, VRSS-2, into a preset orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi desert at 12:13 on Monday. The VRSS-2 was the third satellite jointly launched by China and Venezuela, and also the later's second remote sensing satellite. It will be primarily used by Venezuela for land resources inspection, environmental pro

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Earth's tectonic plates are weaker than once thought  

Philadelphia PA (SPX) Oct 06, 2017 No one can travel inside the earth to study what happens there. So scientists must do their best to replicate real-world conditions inside the lab. "We are interested in large-scale geophysical processes, like how plate tectonics initiates and how plates move underneath one another in subduction zones," said David Goldsby, an associate professor at the University of Pennsylvania. "To do that, we

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Asymmetric sound absorption lets in the light  

Washington DC (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 If you've ever lived in an apartment building or stayed in a hotel room, you are probably familiar with the inconvenience of inadequate sound absorption. Acoustic absorption refers to the absorption of sound energy by a material. Whether it's to improve acoustics or to prevent noisy neighbors, sound absorption has multiple applications in engineering and architecture, which can be improved by as

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Sensitivity to time improves performance at remotely controlling devices  

Raleigh NC (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 A new study from North Carolina State University finds that people who are more sensitive to the passage of time are better at accounting for the latency - or time lag - inherent in remotely controlling robots or other tools. "There are many situations, from bomb disposal to remote surgeries, in which people want to remotely control devices," says Federico Scholcover, a Ph.D. student at NC

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Roscosmos: International Space Exploration to Continue Despite Geopolitical Situation  

Paris (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2017 Russian state space corporation claims that complicated geopolitical situation is unlikely to have a negative impact on the development of the international cooperation in space exploration. Complicated geopolitical situation is unlikely to have a negative impact on the development of the international cooperation in space exploration, Russia's Roscosmos state space corporation Deputy Dire

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Russian Space Research Institute Announces July 2020 Date for Mission to Mars  

Moscow (Sputnik) Oct 10, 2017 According to the head of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Space Research Institute, the launch of the ExoMars-2020 mission, which will send a European rover to the red planet, is scheduled for July 24, 2020. The launch of the ExoMars-2020 mission from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan is tentatively scheduled for July 24, 2020, head of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Space Research In

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Air Force contracts for upgraded ICBM launch system  

Washington (UPI) Oct 5, 2017 Lockheed Martin and Rockwell Collins are to upgrade a system enabling aircraft to control the ground launch of intercontinental ballistic missiles, the Air Force announced this week. U.S. Air Force Global Strike Command said the two contacts are for three years and worth $81 million each. "The Airborne Launch Control System provides the strategic capability of survivable airborne

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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DARPA Awards Aerojet Rocketdyne Contract to Develop Hypersonic Advanced Full Range Engine  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Oct 10, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne has entered into an agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop and ground test an innovative propulsion system under the agency's Advanced Full Range Engine (AFRE) program. "Through the AFRE program, we aim to mature the design and component technologies and bring them together to conduct a full system-level Turbine Based Combined Cyc

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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US to sell $15 bn THAAD missile defense to Saudi Arabia  

Washington (AFP) Oct 6, 2017 The US government has approved the sale to Saudi Arabia of the advanced Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile defense system for $15 billion, the State Department said Friday. "This sale furthers US national security and foreign policy interests, and supports the long-term security of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf region in the face of Iranian and other regional threats," a stateme

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Lockheed Martin developing technology to intercept missile threats with Directed Energy  

Sunnyvale CA (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 The U.S. Missile Defense Agency awarded Lockheed Martin a nine-month, $9.4 million contract to develop a Low Power Laser Demonstrator (LPLD) missile interceptor concept, the agency announced Oct. 5. "Our Low Power Laser Demonstrator concept puts advanced beam control systems and a fiber laser on a high-performance, high-altitude platform to maximize risk reduction value over the demonstrat

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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ASPIRE Successfully Launches from NASA Wallops  

Wallops Flight Facility VA (SPX) Oct 10, 2017 A NASA Black Brant IX sounding rocket carrying a parachute test platform was successfully launched at 6:45 a.m. EST, October 4, from the agency's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The 58-foot tall rocket carried the Advanced Supersonic Parachute Inflation Research Experiment (ASPIRE) from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif. The mission is to evaluate the performance of

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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Tesla delays truck launch, eyes battery power for Puerto Rico  

Washington (AFP) Oct 6, 2017 Tesla said Friday it was delaying the planned launch of its electric transport truck, diverting resources to step up production of its Model 3 sedan and to produce batteries for storm-ravaged Puerto Rico. The electric carmaker's chief executive Elon Musk announced the news on Twitter, pushing back the launch of its semi-truck which had been set to be unveiled October 26 in California. Th

2017-10-10 05:33:00
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SpaceX launches 10 satellites for Iridium mobile network  

Los Angeles (AFP) Oct 9, 2017 SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Monday carrying 10 satellites to bolster the global data communications network for Virginia-based company, Iridium. The white rocket blasted off at 5:37 am (1237 GMT), before sunrise, from Vandenberg Air Force base in California. About seven minutes after launch, the tall portion of the Falcon 9, known as the first stage, returned to Earth for an u

2017-10-09 20:03:52
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Animals that play with objects learn how to use them as tools  

York, UK (SPX) Oct 06, 2017 Researchers have discovered that New Caledonian crows and kea parrots can learn about the usefulness of objects by playing with them - similar to human baby behaviour. The study, led by researchers at the Universities of York and St Andrews, demonstrated that two types of bird were able to solve tasks more successfully if they had explored the object involved in the task beforehand. It has

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Team led by UCLA astrophysicist observes primitive comet 2 billion kilometres from the sun  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 A team of astronomers led by UCLA professor David Jewitt has identified a "special comet" 2.5 billion kilometres from the sun. No other comet heading toward our sun has ever been seen at such a great distance. Jewitt said the discovery will enable scientists to monitor the developing activity of a comet over an extraordinary range of distances. C/2017 K2 (PANSTARRS), or K2 for short,

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Moon Once Had an Atmosphere  

Houston TX (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 A new study shows that an atmosphere was produced around the ancient Moon, 3 to 4 billion years ago, when intense volcanic eruptions spewed gases above the surface faster than they could escape to space. The study, supported by NASA's Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute, was published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters. When one looks up at the Moon, dark surfaces of vo

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Astronomers use IAC instrument to probe the origins of cosmic rays  

La Laguna, Spain (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 In November 1572 a supernova explosion was observed in the direction of the constellation of Cassiopeia, and its most famous observer was Tycho Brahe, one of the founders of modern observational astronomy. The explosion produced an expanding cloud of superhot gas, a supernova remnant which was rediscovered in 1952 by British radioastronomers, confirmed by visible photographs from Mount Pal

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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ASU examines Mars' moon Phobos in a different light  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 NASA's longest-lived mission to Mars has gained its first look at the Martian moon Phobos, pursuing a deeper understanding by examining it in infrared wavelengths. The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) camera on NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter observed Phobos on Sept. 29, 2017. THEMIS Principal Investigator Philip Christensen and THEMIS Mission Planner, Jonathon Hill of ASU's School of

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Satellite transmissions cease, no impact to weather mission  

Schriever AFB CO (SPX) Oct 09, 2017 The Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Flight 19 ceased transmitting weather data after nearly three and a half years of operational service to Department of Defense and civilian agencies. On Feb. 11, 2016, operators lost the ability to command the satellite following a power failure within the command and control system. The DMSP operations team remained in regular contact with the

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Scientists propose space shield to protect Earth from solar storms  

Washington (UPI) Oct 5, 2017 If governments and their space agencies are serious about protecting Earth from solar storms, one team of researchers argues a giant space shield is the most logical solution. Much attention is paid to the threat of comets and asteroids. In the past, violent collisions have triggered mass extinctions. Solar storms - intense waves of high energy particles flung into space during coronal

2017-10-09 05:08:42
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Satellites See Silicon Valley's Quick Drought Recovery  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Oct 06, 2017 Underground water reserves in California's Silicon Valley rebounded quickly from the state's recent severe drought, demonstrating the success of aggressive conservation measures, according to a new space-based study by NASA and university scientists. Using satellite data from COSMO-SkyMed, a constellation of four Italian Space Agency (Agenzia Spaziale Italiana, or ASI) satellites, a resear

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