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Scotland chosen as site for first British space port  

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

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2018-07-16 02:29:57



NASA Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io  

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

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2018-07-15 14:28:33



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

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

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2018-07-15 14:28:31



NanoRacks Completes 14th CubeSat Deployment Mission from International Space Station  

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

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2018-07-15 14:28:23



PRSS-1 Satellite in Good Condition  

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

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2018-07-15 11:31:23



Europe's next Galileo satellites in place atop Ariane 5  

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

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2018-07-15 11:17:06



Goonhilly targets business expansion in Australia and Asia-Pacific  

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

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2018-07-15 10:54:30



Enhancing competitiveness of European space Sector with increased investments  

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

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2018-07-15 10:06:24



Space Launch Complex 17 demolition  

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

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2018-07-15 08:23:25



In search of dark matter  

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

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2018-07-15 04:27:29



ATLAS Telescope Pinpoints Meteorite Impact Prediction  

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

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2018-07-15 03:15:44



Aist-2D high resolution images received  

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

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2018-07-15 01:51:07



Multiple Launches in Two Weeks: Maximizing Vehicle Payload  

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

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2018-07-13 10:53:54



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

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

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2018-07-13 10:36:25



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

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

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2018-07-13 08:43:30



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

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

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2018-07-13 08:14:07



VERITAS supplies critical piece to neutrino discovery puzzle  

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

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2018-07-13 08:02:04



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

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

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2018-07-13 05:05:03



Observatories Team Up to Reveal Rare Double Asteroid  

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

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2018-07-13 04:13:09



Hawaii telescopes help unravel long-standing cosmic mystery  

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

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2018-07-13 04:01:08



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

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

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2018-07-13 03:49:31



First space tourist flights could come in 2019  

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

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2018-07-13 03:39:44



Hubble and Gaia team up to fuel cosmic conundrum  

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

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2018-07-13 03:27:37



IntelsatOne FlexAir Coming This Summer for Government Aircraft Operations  

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

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2018-07-13 02:05:04



IceCube neutrinos point to long-sought cosmic ray accelerator  

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

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2018-07-13 02:03:52



Two independent magnetic skyrmion phases discovered in a single material  

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

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2018-07-13 01:54:29



Intelsat General Delivers Programming For American Forces Network  

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

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2018-07-13 01:16:03



Copernicus Sentinel-5P releases first data  

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

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2018-07-12 11:29:40



NASA Surveys Hurricane Damage to Puerto Rico's Forests  

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

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2018-07-12 11:12:02



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

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

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2018-07-12 11:10:59



Could Gravitational Waves Reveal How Fast Our Universe Is Expanding?  

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

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2018-07-12 10:47:21



GomSpace signs cubesat contract with ESA  

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

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2018-07-12 10:31:50



Centenary of cosmological constant lambda  

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

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2018-07-12 08:55:32



Scientists Discover "Ghost Dunes" On Mars  

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

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2018-07-12 08:09:46



Colorful celestial landscape  

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

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2018-07-12 07:45:02



Tesla unveils Shanghai factory plans amid US-China trade row  

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

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2018-07-12 05:48:53



Love navigated by Beidou  

Beijing (XNA) Jul 12, 2018 They provide positioning and navigation to vehicles, ships, shared bicycles and drones, as well as tracking wild animals, and China's Beidou satellites have also guided a young couple to love. Ten years ago, Cui Bo, a designer for the Beidou power system, wrote a poem lauding those dedicated to space exploration to mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of the China Academy of Space Tec

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2018-07-12 05:40:12



TESS Spacecraft Continues Testing Prior to First Observations  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 After a successful launch on April 18, 2018, NASA's newest planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, is currently undergoing a series of commissioning tests before it begins searching for planets. The TESS team has reported that the spacecraft and cameras are in good health, and the spacecraft has successfully reached its final science orbit. The team continues to conduct t

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2018-07-12 05:13:46



NASA and Peanuts Worldwide to Collaborate on Deep Space Learning Activities  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 NASA and Peanuts Worldwide are joining forces to collaborate on educational activities that share the excitement of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with the next generation of explorers and thinkers. The collaboration, formalized though a Space Act Agreement, provides an opportunity to update the Snoopy character by Charles M. Schulz, for space-themed programming with cont

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2018-07-12 03:37:34



New microscopy works at extreme heat, sheds light on alloys for nuclear reactors  

Raleigh NC (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 A new microscopy technique allows researchers to track microstructural changes in real time, even when a material is exposed to extreme heat and stress. Recently, researchers show that a stainless steel alloy called alloy 709 has potential for elevated temperature applications such as nuclear reactor structures. "Alloy 709 is exceptionally strong and resistant to damage when exposed to hig

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2018-07-12 03:22:09



Giant Satellite Fuel Tank Sets New Record for 3-D Printed Space Parts  

Denver CO (SPX) Jul 12, 2018 Lockheed Martin has embraced a 3-D printed titanium dome for satellite fuel tanks so big you can't even put your arms around it. The 46-inch- (1.16-meter-) diameter vessel completed final rounds of quality testing this month, ending a multi-year development program to create giant, high-pressure tanks that carry fuel on board satellites. The titanium tank consists of three parts welded tog

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2018-07-12 03:17:42



Lockheed contracted for Aegis missile defense development  

Washington (UPI) Jul 10, 2018 Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems Division has been awarded a contract modification for continued development of the next iteration of the Aegis ballistic missile defense system. The deal, announced Monday by the Pentagon, comes under a $15 million cost-plus-incentive-fee modification to an existing contract. With the modification, the total value of the contract, for developme

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2018-07-12 01:42:16



CTSi flight tests prototype navigation system to replace GPS in highly contested environments for US Navy  

Patuxent River MD (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 CTSi and partner L3 Technologies completed flight-testing this month of a newly developed integrated communication and navigation system for use in highly contested and GPS-denied environments. Designated the Enhanced Link Navigation System (ELNS), the prototype was built under a Navy $8.7M Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase III contract and flight tested at the St. Mary's Cou

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2018-07-11 19:12:02



Making oxygen from water may pave way for long-distance space travel  

Washington (UPI) Jul 10, 2018 Scientists have converted water into oxygen and hydrogen under microgravity conditions using only a semiconductor and sunlight. The technology could make long-distance space travel possible. Researchers have previously developed a variety of water-splitting technologies for use on Earth. One of the simplest methods is called photocatalysis - the technology uses photons, a semiconductor

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2018-07-11 19:02:16



EIB and ESA to cooperate on increasing investments in the European Space Sector  

Paris (ESA) Jul 11, 2018 oday Ambroise Fayolle, Vice President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), welcomed Jan Worner, Director General of ESA, to sign a Joint Statement on behalf of the two organisations. The Joint Statement puts forth the intention of the two organisations to cooperate on supporting increased investment in the European space sector, thus helping create a level playing field for European comp

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2018-07-11 15:40:06



Aerojet Rocketdyne demonstrates 24-Hour turnaround of AR-22 Engine  

Stennis MS (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 Aerojet Rocketdyne successfully fired its AR-22 booster rocket engine an unprecedented 10 times in 240 hours at NASA Stennis Space Center, demonstrating the feasibility of rapidly recycling the engine to enable a reusable launch vehicle capable of high-tempo, aircraft-like flight operations. "Aerojet Rocketdyne has continued to refine the reusable engine technology we originally developed

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2018-07-11 14:55:28



MyotonPRO tests muscle tension and stiffness  

Paris (ESA) Jul 11, 2018 This gadget looks like a precursor to the devices medical officers use to scan patients in science fiction, and it is not far off. The MyotonPRO tests muscle tension and stiffness. The device is being used on the International Space Station by ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst. Part of the Myotones experiment, Alexander is using the smart-phone-sized device to investigate the human resting mus

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2018-07-11 14:36:57



PPPL diagnostic is key to world record of German fusion experiment  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 When Germany's Wendelstein 7-X (W7-X) fusion facility set a world record for stellarators recently, a finely tuned instrument built and delivered by the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) proved the achievement. The record strongly suggests that the design of the stellarator can be developed to capture on Earth the fusion that drives the sun and stars, c

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2018-07-11 14:31:31



Rocky planet neighbor looks familiar, but is not Earth's twin  

Pasadena, CA (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 Last autumn, the world was excited by the discovery of an exoplanet called Ross 128 b, which is just 11 light years away from Earth. New work from a team led by Diogo Souto of Brazil's Observatorio Nacional and including Carnegie's Johanna Teske has for the first time determined detailed chemical abundances of the planet's host star, Ross 128. Understanding which elements are present in a

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2018-07-11 13:41:34



New insights bolster Einstein's idea about how heat moves through solids  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Jul 04, 2018 A discovery by scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory supports a century-old theory by Albert Einstein that explains how heat moves through everything from travel mugs to engine parts. The transfer of heat is fundamental to all materials. This new research, published in the journal Science, explored thermal insulators, which

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2018-07-11 12:42:42



First Global Maps of Pluto and Charon from New Horizons Published  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 Until 2015, it was not known whether icy Pluto or its largest moon, Charon, had mountains, valleys or even impact craters. After the spectacular success of New Horizons in July 2015, scientists were amazed at the towering peaks and deep valleys that were revealed in the returned data. Now, thanks to the efforts of the New Horizons team, the first official validated global map and topograph

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2018-07-11 11:16:42



Harris Corporation Awarded $1.5 Billion in IDIQ Contracts to Enhance NGA's Global Geospatial Databases  

Melbourne FL (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 Harris Corporation has been awarded three multi-award IDIQ contracts with ceilings totaling $1.5 billion to provide the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) with geospatial data services for up to 10 years. Harris will create, manage and disseminate high-quality geospatial-intelligence (GEOINT) information for use by the U.S. intelligence community and military worldwide under con

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2018-07-11 10:34:17



Oxygen levels on early Earth rose, fell several times before great oxidation event  

Seattle WA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 Earth's oxygen levels rose and fell more than once hundreds of millions of years before the planetwide success of the Great Oxidation Event about 2.4 billion years ago, new research from the University of Washington shows. The evidence comes from a new study that indicates a second and much earlier "whiff" of oxygen in Earth's distant past - in the atmosphere and on the surface of a large

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2018-07-11 10:05:59



China readying for space station era: Yang Liwei  

Beijing (XNA) Jul 10, 2018 China is accelerating its timetable for a space station, with the core capsule expected to be launched in 2020, says Yang Liwei, director of the China Manned Space Engineering Office and the country's first astronaut. Yang told Chinese media recently that the two experiment modules of the space station will be sent into space in 2021 and 2022. Three or four manned missions and several carg

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2018-07-11 08:56:29



Space Station Shrinks Fluorescence Microscopy Tool  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 11, 2018 Honey, I shrunk the microscope! A miniaturized fluorescence microscope makes it possible to observe changes in living cells in microgravity. Future observations of astronauts' cells could tell scientists important information about how the body adapts to space. "An astronaut's physiology changes during long duration spaceflight because of the lack of gravity," said Principal Investigator O

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2018-07-11 01:39:07



Plasma-spewing quasar shines light on universe's youth, early galaxy formation  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 Carnegie's Eduardo Banados led a team that found a quasar with the brightest radio emission ever observed in the early universe, due to it spewing out a jet of extremely fast-moving material. Banados' discovery was followed up by Emmanuel Momjian of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, which allowed the team to see with unprecedented detail the jet shooting out of a quasar that formed

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2018-07-10 11:54:40



Orion Jettison Motor Ready for Crew Escape System Test  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 Aerojet Rocketdyne recently passed a key milestone in preparation for the Ascent Abort Test (AA-2) next year with the successful casting of the Jettison Motor for the Lockheed Martin-built Orion spacecraft's Launch Abort System (LAS). AA-2 is a full-stress test of NASA's Orion LAS, which includes the Jettison Motor built by Aerojet Rocketdyne. The Orion Jettison Motor is used to separate the LA

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2018-07-10 11:06:34



Testing Refines Requirements for Deep Space Habitat Design  

Houston TX (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 NASA performed tests the week of June 25 at the agency's Johnson Space Center in Houston to help engineers refine NASA's requirements for the design of a deep space habitat, one of several elements comprising the Gateway. The agency will begin Gateway assembly in lunar orbit beginning in 2022, with contributions from U.S. industry and international partners. In this photo, an enginee

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2018-07-10 10:39:35



Russian cargo ship docks at ISS in record time  

Moscow (AFP) July 10, 2018 A Russian cargo vessel took just three hours and 40 minutes to reach the International Space Station on Tuesday, Roscosmos space agency said, smashing the record flight time by two hours. The "Progress" launched at 2151 GMT on Monday from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan and arrived at the space station in the early hours of Tuesday, the agency said. "The length of the flight, be

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2018-07-10 10:10:17



Listen: Sound of Electromagnetic Energy Moving Between Saturn, Enceladus  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 10, 2018 New research from NASA's Cassini spacecraft's up-close Grand Finale orbits shows a surprisingly powerful and dynamic interaction of plasma waves moving from Saturn to its rings and its moon Enceladus. The observations show for the first time that the waves travel on magnetic field lines connecting Saturn directly to Enceladus. The field lines are like an electrical circuit between the two

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2018-07-10 10:03:38



Laser-Based System is Set to Expand Space-to-Ground Communication  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 A new collaborative research project has been announced between the Georgia Institute of Technology and satellite communications provider Xenesis to offer new age solutions to open the bottleneck that now limits the flow of data from Earth-orbiting satellites to ground stations. The project will miniaturize, space qualify and test the laser communications transceiver from the International

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2018-07-10 09:44:16



Tiny fine particles of global impact reveals the origin of black carbon  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 A technical breakthrough was achieved in the source determination of very small carbon samples at the Accelerator Laboratory and the Laboratory of Chronology of the University of Helsinki. The development work is essential in climate research as it facilitates disentangling the origin of, for instance, black carbon particles. The ratio of modern biomass vs. fossil material present in any c

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2018-07-10 09:26:46



ICESat-2 Lasers Pass Final Ground Test  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 The next time lasers fire from NASA's Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2, the spacecraft will be orbiting hundreds of miles above Earth and beginning its mission to monitor changes in ice sheets, glaciers and sea ice. On June 23, ICESat-2 engineers at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California successfully finished the final ground-based test of the lasers, which are part

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2018-07-10 08:42:37



China launches two satellites for Pakistan  

Jiuquan, China (XNA) Jul 10, 2018 China launched two satellites for Pakistan on a Long March-2C rocket from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 11:56 a.m. Monday. The PRSS-1 is China's first optical remote sensing satellite sold to Pakistan and the 17th satellite developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST) for an overseas buyer. A scientific experiment satellite, PakTES-1A, develop

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2018-07-10 07:30:49



Chinese Space Company Planning Launch of Largest Privately Owned Liquid Rocket  

Beijing (Sputnik) Jul 10, 2018 Beijing-based space launch company LandSpace recently revealed that its Suzaku No. 2, the largest privately-owned rocket developed in the country so far, will be launched in 2020. The company, which is also known as Beijing Blue Arrow Space Technology, is planning on completing ground tests for the medium-sized liquid oxygen methane rocket in 2019. First flights are expected to take place

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2018-07-10 07:15:30



Largest-ever solid rocket motor poised for first hot firing  

Paris (ESA) Jul 10, 2018 This week, the largest solid rocket motor ever built in one piece will be test fired at Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana for the first time. This important milestone validates the booster for use on Vega-C next year and on Ariane 6 from 2020. Fully loaded with solid fuel, the P120C rocket motor common to Europe's future launchers Vega-C and Ariane 6, will be held vertically in the

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2018-07-10 07:03:32



NASA's Kepler Spacecraft Pauses Science Observations to Download Science Data  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 Earlier this week, NASA's Kepler team received an indication that the spacecraft fuel tank is running very low. NASA has placed the spacecraft in a hibernation-like state in preparation to download the science data collected in its latest observation campaign. Once the data has been downloaded, the expectation is to start observations for the next campaign with any remaining fuel. Since Ma

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2018-07-10 07:03:24



Raytheon contracted to develop laser for U.S. Army  

Washington (UPI) Jul 6, 2018 Raytheon has a received a $10 million contract to develop the US Army's High Energy Laser Tactical Vehicle Demonstration program. The program is part of the Army's Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2 initiative designed to counter incoming aerial threats such as drones, cruise missiles, artillery rounds and rockets. The system will mount a 100 kilowatt laser, making i

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2018-07-10 06:40:46



Distant quasar providing clues to early-universe conditions  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jul 10, 2018 Astronomers using the National Science Foundation's Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA) have made an image revealing tantalizing details of a quasar nearly 13 billion light-years from Earth - an object that may provide important clues about the physical processes at work in the Universe's first galaxies. The scientists studied a quasar called PSO J352.4034-15.3373 (P352-15), an unusually brigh

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2018-07-10 02:36:40



Israel plans its first moon launch in December  

Yehud, Israel (AFP) July 10, 2018 An Israeli organisation announced plans Tuesday to launch the country's first spacecraft to the moon in December, with hopes of burnishing Israel's reputation as a small nation with otherworldly high-tech ambitions. The unmanned spacecraft, shaped like a pod and weighing some 585 kilogrammes (1,300 pounds) at launch, will land on the moon on February 13, 2019 if all goes according to plan, o

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2018-07-10 02:05:01



Full steam ahead for Aeolus launch  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Jul 09, 2018 Having set sail from France on 15 June - Global Wind Day, ESA's Aeolus wind satellite has arrived safe and sound at the launch site in French Guiana. While almost all satellites travel by aircraft, Aeolus' journey was rather different - it travelled all the way across the Atlantic from Saint Nazare, western France to the Port of Cayenne, French Guiana by ship. Aeolus carries one of t

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2018-07-09 11:58:55



NASA listens out for Opportunity everyday  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 09, 2018 The dust storm on Mars is continuing as a Planet-encircling Dust Event (PEDE) with no indication of receding at this time. Again, since the last contact with the rover on Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018), it is likely that Opportunity has experienced a low-power fault, putting herself to sleep only to wake when the skies eventually clear. Also, if the atmospheric opacity or the solar array d

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2018-07-09 11:45:50



Einstein's Theory of Gravity Still Passes the Test  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Jul 05, 2018 Einstein's theory of gravity, general relativity, predicts that all objects fall in the same way, regardless of their mass or composition. But does this principle also hold for objects with extreme gravity? An international team of astronomers have tested this using three stars orbiting each other: a neutron star and two white dwarfs. Their findings, published in Nature on 5 July 2018, prove tha

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2018-07-09 11:40:28



Astronomer Reveals When Soviet-Era Interplanetary Station Will Crash to Earth  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 09, 2018 A station was unsuccessfully launched as a part of the USSR's space exploration program and has been orbiting the Earth ever since, but the station's deterioration is bringing its "homecoming" closer with each passing year. The Kosmos 482 interplanetary station, which was unsuccessfully sent towards Venus in 1972 by the USSR, may crash land on Earth between 2023 and 2025, astronomer and co

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2018-07-09 11:24:02



Airbus wins two ESA studies for Mars Sample Return mission  

Toulouse, France (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 Airbus has won two studies from the European Space Agency (ESA) to design a Sample Fetch Rover and an Earth Return Orbiter. These two elements will be critical parts of a mission to return samples of the planet Mars to Earth before the end of the next decade. NASA and ESA signed a letter of intent in April 2018 to pursue a Mars Sample Return mission. After launching to Mars in 2026, the Ma

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2018-07-09 11:16:27



Aurora Launch Services established in Alaska To provide responsive launch services  

Anchorage AK (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 Alaska Aerospace has launched Aurora Launch Services as a wholly-owned subsidiary to offer low cost launch services to both commercial and government customers worldwide. Based in Anchorage, Alaska, Aurora Launch Services will be the exclusive provider for launch services at the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska, located in Kodiak. "This is an exciting time for Alaska Aerospace as we expa

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2018-07-09 09:51:55



Groundbreaking Study Sheds New Light on Galaxy Evolution  

Porto, Portugal (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 Using integral field spectroscopy[1] (IFS) and advanced modeling tools, Instituto de Astrofisica e Ciencias do Espaco[2] (IA) researchers Iris Breda and Polychronis Papaderos have achieved an important milestone towards solving a long standing enigma in extragalactic astronomy - the nature and formation of the central spherical component in spiral galaxies like the Milky Way. The bulge is

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2018-07-09 08:30:35



In 'Salute to Service,' Trump Again Touts Space Force  

Washington DC (VOA) Jul 06, 2018 President Donald Trump is again pushing his idea to create a "Space Force" as the sixth branch of the U.S. military, stating that "space is becoming very important militarily, as well as other reasons." Trump celebrated members of the military in his speech July 3 at the "Salute to Service Dinner" in West Virginia, the evening before the nation's Independence Day holiday. He said 242 years

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2018-07-09 05:54:12



Guiding sound waves through a maze  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 We are constantly dealing with waves that are deflected in complex ways: this could be a light beam passing through a glass of milk and being dispersed in all directions, or electromagnetic waves from mobile phone masts being dispersed or absorbed, causing us to complain about poor reception in indoor areas. Researchers at TU Wien are developing methods for manipulating waves in a targeted

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2018-07-09 05:49:44



Spectral cloaking could make objects invisible under realistic conditions  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 Researchers and engineers have long sought ways to conceal objects by manipulating how light interacts with them. A new study offers the first demonstration of invisibility cloaking based on the manipulation of the frequency (color) of light waves as they pass through an object, a fundamentally new approach that overcomes critical shortcomings of existing cloaking technologies. The approac

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2018-07-09 05:25:01



This Summer's Solar Eclipses from the Ends of the Earth  

Williamstown MA (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 Solar eclipses will occur at opposite ends of the Earth this summer, 2018. Both will be merely partial solar eclipses as seen from the Earth's surface, not as dramatic as last summer's total solar eclipse whose path of totality crossed the United States, with partial eclipses being seen from as far north as Canada and as far south as northern South America. Prof. Jay Pasachoff, Chair of th

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2018-07-09 05:12:48



Fragment of Impacting Asteroid Recovered in Botswana  

Mountain View, CA (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 A meteorite was found in Botswana's Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) that is a fragment of asteroid 2018 LA. This small asteroid was discovered in space by the University of Arizona's Catalina Sky Survey on June 2, 2018, eight hours before hitting Earth. The asteroid burst through the upper atmosphere and resulted in a meteor fireball. The asteroid detonated a few seconds after entry and the

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2018-07-09 04:53:20



Engineer creates new design for ultra-thin capacitive sensors  

Binghamton NY (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 As part of ongoing acoustic research at Binghamton University, State University at New York Distinguished Professor Ron Miles has created a workable sensor with the least possible resistance to motion. The thin and flexible sensor is ideal for sensing sounds because it can move with the airflow made by even the softest noises and addresses issues with accelerometers, microphones and many other s

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2018-07-09 03:54:50



China Mulls Creation of Joint Global Satellite System with Russia  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 09, 2018 A Chinese delegation has proposed to Russia's Roscosmos state space corporation to discuss a possibility of the creation of a joint global satellite communications system, which could become an analogue of UK's OneWeb satellite constellation or Starlink, a source from Russian space industry told Sputnik. "During the bilateral meeting on July 4, the Chinese delegation, which arrived in Mosc

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2018-07-09 03:43:49



UK space sector set to benefit from new European Space Agency contract  

London, UK (SPX) Jul 09, 2018 A new rover set to visit Mars and collect the first ever samples from the planet to be brought back safely to Earth, will be designed in Stevenage by Airbus following the award of a 3.9 million pound contract by the European Space Agency (ESA). The sample fetch rover will retrieve samples left by NASA's Mars 2020 rover and transfer them to an ascent vehicle. This will put them into orbit a

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2018-07-09 02:43:19



Cutting-Edge Heat Shield Installed on NASA's Parker Solar Probe  

Laurel MD (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 The launch of Parker Solar Probe, the mission that will get closer to the Sun than any human-made object has ever gone, is quickly approaching, and on June 27, 2018, Parker Solar Probe's heat shield - called the Thermal Protection System, or TPS - was installed on the spacecraft. A mission 60 years in the making, Parker Solar Probe will make a historic journey to the Sun's corona, a region

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2018-07-06 11:36:10



China launches new space science program  

Beijing (XNA) Jul 06, 2018 China Wednesday launched a new space science program focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe, black holes, gravitational waves and relationship between the solar system and human. The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced to develop a group of four satellites in the program. The program includes a satellite named "Einstein-Probe (EP)", which is tasked with discover

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2018-07-06 10:23:21



Europa's Ocean Ascending  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Jul 06, 2018 This animation demonstrates how deformation in the icy surface of Europa could transport subsurface ocean water to the moon's surface. This is just one of several simulated behaviors reported in a new study performed by scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The study focused on linear features called "bands" and "groove lanes" found on Jupiter's moons Europa and Ganymede. Scienti

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2018-07-06 08:37:56



Successful Flight Testing Of Crew Escape System - Technology Demonstrator  

New Delhi (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 ISRO carried out a major technology demonstration July 05, 2018, the first in a series of tests to qualify a Crew Escape System, which is a critical technology relevant for human spaceflight. The Crew Escape System is an emergency escape measure designed to quickly pull the crew module along with the astronauts to a safe distance from the launch vehicle in the event of a launch abort.

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2018-07-06 04:32:40



Jupiter's moons create uniquely patterned aurora on the gas giant planet  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 06, 2018 New images from the Juno spacecraft show an unusual "footprint" of Jupiter's moons on their parent planet's aurorae. The data reveal that, rather than casting one "shadow" in Jupiter's aurorae, the moon Io - Jupiter's fifth - casts several, in a double wing-shaped pattern, while Jupiter's largest moon, Ganymede, casts a double shadow. T The stunning phenomenon of aurorae - beautiful colorf

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2018-07-06 02:17:03



Mars to Pamper Gazers With Stunning Sight Amid NASA's Dust Storm Concerns  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Jul 06, 2018 On July 27 and several days afterwards, the Red Planet will become especially visible due to a so-called "opposition," with Earth coming equally close both to Mars and the sun, international media reported. Although it generally occurs nearly every two years, this year is unique, as in light of a Martian year being almost twice as long and both planets orbiting more elliptically than circu

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2018-07-06 01:43:27



Russia, China Consider Joint Space Station - Source  

Moscow (Sputnik) Jul 05, 2018 Russia's Roscosmos space corporation and its Chinese counterparts signed a number of agreements on space cooperation last month during a summit between Presidents Putin and Xi. The agreements followed a deal signed in March on Russian-Chinese cooperation in the exploration of the moon and outer space, and the creation of joint orbital groups. A delegation from China's National Space Admini

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2018-07-05 11:09:56



Next-generation robotic cockroach can explore under water environments  

Boston MA (SPX) Jul 04, 2018 In nature, cockroaches can survive underwater for up to 30 minutes. Now, a robotic cockroach can do even better. Harvard's Ambulatory Microrobot, known as HAMR, can walk on land, swim on the surface of water, and walk underwater for as long as necessary, opening up new environments for this little bot to explore. This next generation HAMR uses multifunctional foot pads that rely on surface

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2018-07-05 10:17:41



Rough terrain? No problem for beaver-inspired autonomous robot  

Buffalo NY (SPX) Jul 04, 2018 Autonomous robots excel in factories and other manmade spaces, but they struggle with the randomness of nature. To help these machines overcome uneven terrain and other obstacles, University at Buffalo researchers have turned to beavers, termites and other animals that build structures in response to simple environmental cues, as opposed to following predetermined plans. "When a beav

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2018-07-05 09:07:16



Study provides insight into the physics of the Higgs particle  

Bonn, Germany (SPX) Jul 04, 2018 Physicists at the University of Bonn have succeeded in putting a superconducting gas into an exotic state. Their experiments allow new insights into the properties of the Higgs particle, but also into fundamental characteristics of superconductors. The publication, which is already available online, will soon appear in the journal Nature Physics. For their experiments, scientists at the Un

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2018-07-05 06:22:24



'2001: A Space Odyssey,' 50 Years Later  

Washington DC (SPX) Jul 05, 2018 It was 50 years ago the sci-fi epic "2001: A Space Odyssey" by author Arthur C. Clarke and filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, opened in theaters across America to mixed reviews. The almost three-hour long film, was too cerebral and slow-moving to be appreciated by general audiences in 1968. Today, half a century later, the movie is one of the American Film Institute's top 100 films of all time. Fi

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2018-07-05 05:45:30



The toxic side of the Moon  

Paris (ESA) Jul 05, 2018 When the Apollo astronauts returned from the Moon, the dust that clung to their spacesuits made their throats sore and their eyes water. Lunar dust is made of sharp, abrasive and nasty particles, but how toxic is it for humans? The "lunar hay fever", as NASA astronaut Harrison Schmitt described it during the Apollo 17 mission created symptoms in all 12 people who have stepped on the Moon.

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2018-07-05 04:34:57



Even dense neutron stars fall like feathers  

Charlottesville VA (SPX) Jul 05, 2018 Einstein's understanding of gravity, as outlined in his general theory of relativity, predicts that all objects fall at the same rate, regardless of their mass or composition. This theory has passed test after test here on Earth, but does it still hold true for some of the most massive and dense objects in the known universe, an aspect of nature known as the strong equivalence principle? An inte

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2018-07-05 04:17:27



Major Collision Changed the Milky Way Galaxy  

New York NY (SPX) Jul 05, 2018 An international team of astronomers has discovered an ancient and dramatic head-on collision between the Milky Way and a smaller object, dubbed the "Sausage" galaxy. The cosmic crash was a defining event in the early history of the Milky Way and reshaped the structure of our galaxy, fashioning both its inner bulge and its outer halo, the astronomers report in a series of new papers. The a

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2018-07-05 03:48:14



Theory of general relativity proven yet again in new research  

Vancouver, Canada (SPX) Jul 05, 2018 In a novel test of Einstein's theory of general relativity, an international group of astronomers has demonstrated that the theory holds up, even for a massive three-star system. Einstein's theory states that all objects fall the same way despite their mass or composition, like a cannonball and apple falling off the Leaning Tower of Pisa and hitting the ground at the same time. While this

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2018-07-05 03:44:07






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