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Air Force awards launch contracts to SpaceX and ULA  

Los Angeles AFB CA (SPX) Mar 18, 2018 The US Air Force awarded two Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle (EELV) launch service contracts. Space Exploration Technologies Corporation (SpaceX) has been awarded a $290,594,130 firm-fixed-price contract, for launch services to deliver three GPS III missions (1 base and 2 options) to the intended orbit. United Launch Alliance (ULA) has been awarded a $351,839,510 firm-fixed-price contrac

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2018-03-19 07:49:21

Air Force Chief of Staff: US 'On Track' to Replace Russian RD-180 Rocket Engine  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Mar 16, 2018 The US effort to transition from Russia's RD-180 rocket engine to two domestic suppliers is progressing as planned, Air Force Chief of Staff General David Goldfein said in congressional testimony on Wednesday. "Right now we are on track... to complete the transition period [and] come out the back end with two domestic service providers," Goldfein said when asked for an update on transition

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2018-03-19 07:34:06

China launches land exploration satellite  

Jiuquan, China (XNA) Mar 18, 2018 China launched a land exploration satellite into a preset orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi desert of the country's northwest at 3:10 p.m. Saturday. The satellite is the fourth of its kind and mainly used for exploration of land resources by remote sensing. A Long March-2D rocket carried the satellite into space. The launch was the 268th mission of the

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2018-03-19 07:27:22

Laser-heated nanowires produce micro-scale nuclear fusion  

Fort Collins CO (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 Nuclear fusion, the process that powers our sun, happens when nuclear reactions between light elements produce heavier ones. It's also happening - at a smaller scale - in a Colorado State University laboratory. Using a compact but powerful laser to heat arrays of ordered nanowires, CSU scientists and collaborators have demonstrated micro-scale nuclear fusion in the lab. They have achieved

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2018-03-19 07:18:43

NASA plans giant spacecraft to defend Earth by nuking deadly asteroids  

Livermore CA (SPX) Mar 18, 2018 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists are part of a national planetary defense team that designed a conceptual spacecraft to deflect Earth-bound asteroids and evaluated whether it would be able to nudge a massive asteroid - which has a remote chance to hitting Earth in 2135 - off course. The design and case study are outlined in a paper published recently in Acta Astronautica

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2018-03-19 06:59:47

Lockheed Martin unveils unified platform Henosis prototype for US Cyber Mission Force  

Crystal city, VA (SPX) Mar 19, 2018 The Cyber Solutions division of Lockheed Martin has announced plans to compete for the U.S. Air Force's Unified Platform contract by unveiling details about the Henosis prototype, a joint integrated mission system, at the company's annual Media Day. Like the cyber equivalent to an aircraft carrier, the Henosis prototype could incorporate and integrate cyber effects into multi-domain air, l

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2018-03-19 06:37:48

Aerojet Rocketdyne Ships Starliner Re-entry Thrusters  

Redmond WA (SPX) Mar 18, 2018 Aerojet Rocketdyne recently completed delivery of all of the crew module engines for Boeing's Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 Starliner spacecraft. Boeing will integrate the engines into the Starliner crew module at its Commercial Crew and Cargo Processing Facility at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The Starliner crew module is designed to transport up to seven passengers or a

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2018-03-19 06:27:01

Chain reaction of fast-draining lakes poses new risk for Greenland ice sheet  

Cambridge UK (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 A growing network of lakes on the Greenland ice sheet has been found to drain in a chain reaction that speeds up the flow of the ice sheet, threatening its stability. Researchers from the UK, Norway, US and Sweden have used a combination of 3D computer modelling and real-world observations to show the previously unknown, yet profound dynamic consequences tied to a growing number of lakes forming

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2018-03-19 05:59:57

NASA science heading to space ranges from the upper atmosphere to microbes  

Houston TX (SPX) Mar 18, 2018 A Dragon spacecraft scheduled to launch into orbit no earlier than April 2, carries the 14th SpaceX commercial resupply mission to the International Space Station for NASA. Lifted into orbit atop a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, Dragon takes supplies, equipment and scientific research to crew members living and working aboard the station. This flight deli

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2018-03-19 05:28:14

Scientist eyes Chinese satellites to help world tackle air pollution  

Beijing (XNA) Mar 18, 2018 Five years ago, Zhang Xingying first used Chinese polar-orbiting satellites to detect and measure smog, looking for ways to tackle air pollution. Now as China makes progress in clearing its skies, the meteorologist hopes the technology can also be shared to brighten the future for all, both at home and overseas. "Smog may be on the retreat at the moment but remains a problem that can

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2018-03-19 04:18:02

New laws unlock exciting space era for UK  

London, UK (SPX) Mar 18, 2018 New laws are set to get Royal Assent today (15 March 2018) which will unlock an exciting era of British space innovation, exploration and investment. The Space Industry Bill will enable the first commercial space launch from UK soil in history, creating the potential for hundreds of highly-skilled jobs and bringing in billions of pounds for the economy. The passing of the Bill, the m

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2018-03-19 03:51:12

ORNL researchers design novel method for energy-efficient deep neural networks  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 An Oak Ridge National Laboratory method to improve the energy efficiency of scientific artificial intelligence is showing early promise in efforts to parse insights from volumes of cancer data. Researchers are realizing the potential of deep learning to rapidly advance science, but "training" the underlying neural networks with large volumes of data to tackle the task at hand can require l

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2018-03-19 03:23:46

Orbital Sciences wins Navy contract for test missiles  

Washington (UPI) Mar 15, 2018 Orbital Sciences Corp., has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy for GQM-163A Coyote Supersonic Sea Skimming Target base vehicles and spares. The deal, announced Wednesday by the Department of Defense, is valued at more than $67.5 million under the terms of a firm-fixed-price, cost-plus-fixed-fee, cost contract. The agreement enables Orbital Sciences Corp., to provide the Nav

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2018-03-19 02:30:58

SpaceX launches innovative secondary payload dispenser along side Hispasat  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Mar 16, 2018 The secondary cargo from the recent Falcon 9 remained undisclosed until US military published orbital data from the launch, where the second object suddenly appeared. A company, related to the launch, claims the cargo is for a R and D mission. The celebratory 50th launch of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket was supposed to be a regular satellite delivery for Hispasat, a Spanish-language communications operator.

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2018-03-19 02:22:01

China plans to develop a multipurpose, reusable space plane  

Beijing (XNA) Mar 18, 2018 China is developing its homegrown reusable space plane, which observers said could be used to attack foreign aircraft, space stations and even intercept missiles if used for military purposes. The reusable spacecraft can transport people or payloads in orbit from any airport and return to earth, CCTV reported. Unlike rockets which have to be recycled, the space plane will revolutioni

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2018-03-19 02:10:05

Radio telescope array to build surrounding   

Guiyang, China (XNA) Mar 13, 2018 Chinese scientists are considering setting up smaller radio telescopes surrounding FAST to increase array resolution, authorities said. According to the FAST observation station with the National Astronomical Observatories, two to 10 radio telescopes measuring 30 meters in diameter may be set up around FAST, the world's largest single-dish radio telescope. The resolution of the array

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2018-03-16 07:34:54

'Red and dead' NGC 1277 offers insights on the early universe  

Washington (UPI) Mar 13, 2018 New analysis of a "relic galaxy" promises insights into the nature of the early universe. Formed some 12 billion years ago, the NGC 1277 galaxy birthed all of its stars within a span of 100 million years - a star formation rate 1,000 times greater than that of the Milky Way. But nearly as quickly as the galaxy sprang to life, it died out. For the last 10 billion years, NGC 1277

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2018-03-16 06:58:28

NASA, ATLAS to Mature Portable Space Communications Technology  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 Portable ground antenna stations could transform NASA's space communications capabilities. With access to undeveloped regions, the mobile systems could bolster the return of spacecraft science, instrument health and other data to Earth. NASA and ATLAS Space Operations, based in Traverse City, Michigan, are collaborating to test and develop this technology. The company's compact, internet-m

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2018-03-16 06:28:49

The view from inside supersonic combustion  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 In a jet engine, the flow of air is slowed down to increase the temperature and pressure for combustion - burning fuel with the right ratio of fuel and air to conquer drag allows for acceleration. But in supersonic engines achieving the right flow speed, producing the right ratio of evaporated fuel and causing ignition at the right time is more complex. With evaporating liquid in a combust

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2018-03-16 05:37:04

ILS secures additional launch orders for Proton medium vehicle  

Reston VA (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 ILS, a leading provider of commercial launch services, announced multiple launch assignments for Proton Medium launches that will include the use of both the 4.35 meter and the new 5.2 meter payload fairing. The missions will take place beginning in late 2019 from Pad 24 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Proton Medium launch vehicle is an optimized 2-stage version of the herita

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2018-03-16 05:03:08

CosmoQuest releases Mappers 2.0 for crater mapping  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 The CosmoQuest Citizen Science facility released a major update to its Mappers software. This software previously demonstrated that everyday people can map craters as effectively as a group of professionals. With version 2.0, CosmoQuest invites the public to use their skills to answer new science questions related to Mars and Mercury. The public can use their eyes, minds, and time to help determ

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2018-03-16 04:47:36

India working on 16 ton payload capacity to GEO Transfer Orbit  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Mar 16, 2018 he Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) is working on a next-generation launch vehicle that would have the capacity of carrying payloads four times higher than the capacity of its operational launch vehicles. The Indian government confirmed the development on Wednesday. "India has a Launch Vehicle system with a capability to put 4 - ton class of satellites to GTO, whereby meeting all

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2018-03-16 04:04:50

Isotropic Systems to offer OneWeb compatible ultra low-cost terminals  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Isotropic Systems, the next-generation satellite terminal provider, reports it will develop a OneWeb compatible Ultra Low-Cost Consumer Broadband terminal. OneWeb's constellation will have the highest throughput of any planned constellation and will support the most customers on its mission to bridge the digital divide. This is a natural fit for Isotropic Systems' technology which can achi

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2018-03-16 03:52:09

UNH researchers find space radiation is increasingly more hazardous  

Durham NH (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 It might sound like something from a science fiction plot - astronauts traveling into deep space being bombarded by cosmic rays - but radiation exposure is science fact. As future missions look to travel back to the moon or even to Mars, new research from the University of New Hampshire's Space Science Center cautions that the exposure to radiation is much higher than previously thought and coul

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2018-03-16 03:41:14

Robotic spiders and bees: The rise of bioinspired microrobots  

Manchester UK (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 Jumping robot spiders and swarms of robotic bees sounds like the stuff of science fiction, but researchers at The University of Manchester are already working on such projects and aiming to lead the world in micro robotics. But what will these kinds of robots be used for and is it something we should be worried? Dr Mostafa Nabawy is the Microsystems Research Theme Leader at The University

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2018-03-16 02:44:01

NASA Glenn tests aircraft engines in an ice crystal environment  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 Sometimes ice can be good, like when it is cooling down a beverage on a hot day or when athletes are gliding over it at the Winter Olympics, but when it forms inside an aircraft engine, the results can be damaging. In January, NASA's Glenn Research Center began testing an aircraft engine in a high-altitude ice crystal environment, to explore a relatively new phenomenon called ice crystal i

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2018-03-16 02:24:26

A Frommer's guide to the future of interplanetary travel  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 It's 2218, and you've got some vacation time coming up. A hundred years ago this meant choices like the Bahamas, wine tasting in Napa or a drive through Italy. Back then people only had one planet to choose from. Now, you're mulling over skiing northern Mars, rafting on Saturn's largest moon, or booking a stay in a luxury hotel and spa floating above Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Helping

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2018-03-16 01:36:58

NASA powers on new instrument staring at the Sun  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 16, 2018 NASA has powered on its latest space payload to continue long-term measurements of the Sun's incoming energy. Total and Spectral solar Irradiance Sensor (TSIS-1), installed on the International Space Station, became fully operational with all instruments collecting science data as of this March. "TSIS-1 extends a long data record that helps us understand the Sun's influence on Earth's radi

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2018-03-16 01:35:48

Russian scientists use lasers to destroy mini asteroids  

Washington (UPI) Mar 14, 2018 To simulate a nuclear explosion on an asteroid careening towards Earth, a team of scientists in Russia built miniature asteroid models and blasted them with lasers. The results of their experiments - published in the Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics - could help scientists better understand the type of explosive force needed to knock an Earth-bound asteroid off its coll

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2018-03-16 01:10:47

New 3-D measurements improve understanding of geomagnetic storm hazards  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Measurements of the three-dimensional structure of the earth, as opposed to the one-dimensional models typically used, can help scientists more accurately determine which areas of the United States are most vulnerable to blackouts during hazardous geomagnetic storms. Space weather events such as geomagnetic storms can disturb the earth's magnetic field, interfering with electric power grid

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2018-03-16 01:02:51

Mystery of purple lights in sky solved with help from citizen scientists  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 Notanee Bourassa knew that what he was seeing in the night sky was not normal. Bourassa, an IT technician in Regina, Canada, trekked outside of his home on July 25, 2016, around midnight with his two younger children to show them a beautiful moving light display in the sky - an aurora borealis. He often sky gazes until the early hours of the morning to photograph the aurora with his Nikon camera

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2018-03-15 07:40:23

Changed Man With 'Space Genes': Alterations in US Astronaut's Body Startled NASA  

Washington (Sputnik) Mar 15, 2018 After a year in space International Space Station (ISS) astronaut Scott Kelly returned home slimmer, taller and with younger cells. However, some changes were not for the better. NASA researchers have revealed prelimenary results of the Twins Study project, which took a closer look at individual health and alterations, caused by space travel. The scientists studied the only identical

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2018-03-15 07:32:53

Intelsat EpicNG helping redefine capabilities of airborne applications  

McLean VA (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Our first Intelsat EpicNG satellite has been in space a little over two years now, and we have launched four more since then. With five of these high-throughput satellites (HTS) in orbit and being used by our customers, we have gained quite a bit of both test data and real-world experience demonstrating the capabilities and versatility of the EpicNG technology. We recently published a whit

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2018-03-15 07:02:25

Yale's Expres Instrument ready to find the next Earth Analog  

New Haven, CT (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 A new, ground-based spectrometer designed and built at Yale represents the most powerful step yet in the effort to identify Earth-sized planets in neighboring solar systems. The new instrument, the Extreme Precision Spectrometer (EXPRES), is now operational and collecting data at the Lowell Observatory Discovery Channel Telescope in Arizona. EXPRES will improve measurement precision by a f

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2018-03-15 06:23:28

Quika Partners with Isotropic Systems to develop easy self-install VSAT broadband terminal  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 Isotropic Systems, the next-generation satellite terminal provider, has formed a strategic partnership with Quika Ltd. to develop self-installing, all electronic scanning terminals for the world's first entirely free high-speed satellite Internet for consumers. Quika, a high-throughput Ka-band satellite network operator, and Isotropic Systems will jointly develop an 'out of the box' consum

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2018-03-15 05:52:38

Astronomers discover galaxies spin like clockwork  

Perth, Australia (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Astronomers have discovered that all galaxies rotate once every billion years, no matter how big they are. The Earth spinning around on its axis once gives us the length of a day, and a complete orbit of the Earth around the Sun gives us a year. "It's not Swiss watch precision," said Professor Gerhardt Meurer from the UWA node of the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research

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2018-03-15 04:40:52

Indra Expands With Four New Stations The Ground Segment Managing Galileo Satellites  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 Indra has been awarded a contract for implementing four new Uplink Stations (ULS), thus expanding the ground segment of the European global positioning system, Galileo. Awarded by the company Thales Alenia Space (France), this contract also includes maintenance and upgrades for all Uplink stations. The new stations will join the ten uplink stations that Indra has already put into service a

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2018-03-15 04:38:40

Studies prove superior performance of HTS for government customers  

McLean VA (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 High-throughput satellite (HTS) constellations have quickly become transformative technology for satellite communications, far surpassing the bandwidth speed and throughput possible with existing satellite communications. Earlier this month SatCom Frontier published a story explaining the difference between open vs. closed HTS architecture. Open architecture systems give government end use

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2018-03-15 04:11:37

BridgeSat and NASA Sign Space Act Agreement for Laser Communications  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 BridgeSat has announced an industry-first agreement with NASA designed to develop a commercialized laser-based free space optical communication system that could support the agency's future missions as they transition to optical communications. The reimbursable agreement is the latest milestone in BridgeSat's mission to revolutionize global communications with a free-space optical network

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2018-03-15 03:59:02

It's Business Time at Rocket Lab  

Huntington Beach CA (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 US orbital launch provider Rocket Lab has confirmed its next launch will be the company's first fully commercial flight. Two Lemur-2 cubesats for launch customer Spire Global will be on board the upcoming launch, with the full manifest to be confirmed in coming weeks. The flight's name was put to a vote on social media, with "It's Business Time" coming out as a clear fan favourite and a co

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2018-03-15 03:33:46

Trump pushes for new 'space force'  

Washington (AFP) March 13, 2018 President Donald Trump said Tuesday he wants the US military to create a new "space force," adding to the Pentagon's current ground, navy and air forces. Trump told troops at the Miramar Marine Corps Air Station near San Diego that the new group would be able to encapsulate the "tremendous amount" of work the military and government are doing in space-related defense. "My new national st

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2018-03-15 03:25:49

Big steps toward control of production of tiny building blocks  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Mar 13, 2018 Nanoparticles, superstrong and flexible structures such as carbon nanotubes that are measured in billionths of a meter - a diameter thousands of times thinner than a human hair - are used in everything from microchips to sporting goods to pharmaceutical products. But large-scale production of high-quality particles faces challenges ranging from improving the selectivity of the synthesis th

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2018-03-15 03:24:56

Helium ions open whole new world of materials  

Brisbane, Australia (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 They have illustrated their findings with the creation of nano 'sieves' that can help separate molecules down to an unprecedented size 10,000 times finer than a human hair. The research, Superplastic nanoscale pore shaping by ion irradiation, was published in Nature Communications and authored by Dr Morteza Aramesh, Dr Mayamei Yashar, Dr Annalena Wolff, and Professor Kostya (Ken) Ostrikov.

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2018-03-15 02:43:06

NASA Dawn Reveals Recent Changes in Ceres' Surface  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 15, 2018 Observations of Ceres have detected recent variations in its surface, revealing that the only dwarf planet in the inner solar system is a dynamic body that continues to evolve and change. NASA's Dawn mission has found recently exposed deposits that give us new information on the materials in the crust and how they are changing, according to two papers published March 14 in Science Advances

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2018-03-15 02:33:13

NASA's Kepler Spacecraft Nearing the End as Fuel Runs Low  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 15, 2018 Trailing Earth's orbit at 94 million miles away, the Kepler space telescope has survived many potential knock-outs during its nine years in flight, from mechanical failures to being blasted by cosmic rays. At this rate, the hardy spacecraft may reach its finish line in a manner we will consider a wonderful success. With nary a gas station to be found in deep space, the spacecraft is going to run

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2018-03-15 02:31:02

Tokyo Tech's six-legged robots get closer to nature  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 13, 2018 A study led by researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) has uncovered new ways of driving multi-legged robots by means of a two-level controller. The proposed controller uses a network of so-called non-linear oscillators that enables the generation of diverse gaits and postures, which are specified by only a few high-level parameters. The study inspires new research into how mul

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2018-03-14 07:33:55

Next NASA Mars Rover Reaches Key Manufacturing Milestone  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 14, 2018 NASA's Mars 2020 mission has begun the assembly, test and launch operations (ATLO) phase of its development, on track for a July 2020 launch to Mars. The first planned ATLO activities will involve electrical integration of flight hardware into the mission's descent stage. The Mars 2020 rover, as well as its cruise stage, aeroshell and descent stage - a rocket-powered "sky crane" that will

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2018-03-14 07:23:11

JV will deliver Germany's NextGen ground based air defense system TLVS  

Schrobenhausen, Germany (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 MBDA Deutschland and Lockheed Martin have announced a new joint venture to pursue the next generation Integrated Air and Missile Defense System, "TLVS," for the German Bundeswehr. The joint venture is expected to become the prime contractor for the new system, which is currently being negotiated with Germany's procurement office for the Bundeswehr, BAAINBw. Gregory Kee of Lockheed Martin a

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2018-03-14 07:08:54

New Horizons Chooses Nickname for 'Ultimate' Flyby Target  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 As NASA's New Horizons mission continues exploring the unknown, the mission team has selected a highly appropriate nickname for its next flyby target in the outer reaches of the solar system. With substantial public input, the team has chosen "Ultima Thule" (pronounced ultima thoo-lee") for the Kuiper Belt object the New Horizons spacecraft will explore on Jan. 1, 2019. Officially known as

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2018-03-14 06:29:05

UH optometrist investigates changes in eye structure in astronauts  

Houston TX (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Astronauts who spend time aboard the International Space Station return to Earth with changes to the structure of their eyes which could impact their vision. NASA has studied the phenomenon, known as space flight-associated neuro-ocular syndrome (SANS), for several years, and now a University of Houston optometrist has quantified some of the changes using optical coherence tomography imaging, re

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2018-03-14 06:27:04

Stephen Hawking: a brief history of genius  

London (AFP) March 14, 2018 Stephen Hawking, who has died aged 76, was Britain's most famous modern day scientist, a genius who dedicated his life to unlocking the secrets of the Universe. Born on January 8, 1942 - 300 years to the day after the death of the father of modern science, Galileo Galilei - he believed science was his destiny. But fate also dealt Hawking a cruel hand. Most of his life was spent in

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2018-03-14 06:11:28

Asteroids and comets shower Mars with organics  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Asteroids and comets appear to be a much more important suppliers of organic molecules on Mars than expected. Until now, astronomers assumed that the organics on Mars mainly came from dust particles from space. Now, computer simulations by an international team of researchers led by Dutch astronomers indicate that one-third of the material comes from asteroids and comets. The findings have been

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2018-03-14 05:56:38

Russian physicists make toy asteroids and blast them with a laser  

Moscow, Russia (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 A large team of Russian researchers from Rosatom, joined by three MIPT physicists, has modeled the impact of a nuclear explosion on an Earth-threatening asteroid. They manufactured miniature asteroids and blasted them with a laser. The modeling technique developed in this study is a way of experimentally evaluating asteroid destruction criteria such as the explosion energy needed to elimin

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2018-03-14 05:44:53

Heat shock system helps bug come back to life after drying up  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 The larva of the sleeping chironomid, Polypedilum vanderplanki - a mosquito-like insect that inhabits semi-arid areas of Africa - is well known for being able to come back to life after being nearly completely desiccated, losing up to 97 percent of its body's water content. However, the genetic mechanisms the insects use to achieve this feat, and, especially is the identity of the master gene th

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2018-03-14 05:24:57

Experiment sheds new light on prehistoric ocean conditions  

Ames IA (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 A new experiment by Iowa State University's Elizabeth Swanner that evaluates the reduction of iron in prehistoric oceans may reinterpret the conditions under which iron-rich sedimentary rock is formed. Swanner, an assistant professor of geological and atmospheric sciences, was part of an international research team including researchers from the University of Tuebingen in Germany and the C

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2018-03-14 05:11:03

'Luna City 2175' will take audience to a future community grappling with how to be civilized  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 A good book can transport the reader into a faraway universe filled with rich detail. The ASU Emerge event will do the same thing this weekend, but the audience actually will be able to touch, see and interact with the newly created world. "Luna City: 2175," the title of the seventh annual ASU Emerge, will be a combined art, theater and museum experience that's based on real research about

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2018-03-14 03:45:46

Artificial intelligence techniques reconstruct mysteries of quantum systems  

New York NY (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 The same techniques used to train self-driving cars and chess-playing computers are now helping physicists explore the complexities of the quantum world. For the first time, physicists have demonstrated that machine learning can reconstruct a quantum system based on relatively few experimental measurements. This method will allow scientists to thoroughly probe systems of particles exponent

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2018-03-14 02:50:29

Jupiter's Great Red Spot getting taller as it shrinks  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Though once big enough to swallow three Earths with room to spare, Jupiter's Great Red Spot has been shrinking for a century and a half. Nobody is sure how long the storm will continue to contract or whether it will disappear altogether. A new study suggests that it hasn't all been downhill, though. The storm seems to have increased in area at least once along the way, and it's growing tal

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2018-03-14 02:22:14

Technique to see objects hidden around corners  

Stanford CA (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 A driverless car is making its way through a winding neighborhood street, about to make a sharp turn onto a road where a child's ball has just rolled. Although no person in the car can see that ball, the car stops to avoid it. This is because the car is outfitted with extremely sensitive laser technology that reflects off nearby objects to see around corners. This scenario is one of many t

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2018-03-14 02:06:59

Double or Nothing: Astronomers Rethink Quasar Environment  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 14, 2018 Using Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) mounted on the Subaru Telescope, astronomers have identified nearly 200 "protoclusters," the progenitors of galaxy clusters, in the early universe, about 12 billion years ago, about ten times more than previously known. They also found that quasars don't tend to reside in protoclusters; but if there is one quasar in a protocluster, there is likely a second nearby. T

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2018-03-14 01:26:07

Opportunity is Halfway Down the Valley  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 13, 2018 Opportunity is continuing the exploration of "Perseverance Valley" on the west rim of Endeavour Crater. The rover is positioned about halfway down the approximately 656 feet (200 meter) valley. Opportunity is continuing the imaging survey at each rover location within the valley. In addition to both Navigation Camera (Navcam) and Panoramic Camera (Pancam) panoramas, targeted Pancam multi-s

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2018-03-13 07:55:52

JHU performs first laboratory simulation of exoplanet atmospheric chemistry  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 Scientists have conducted the first lab experiments on haze formation in simulated exoplanet atmospheres, an important step for understanding upcoming observations of planets outside the solar system with the James Webb Space Telescope. The simulations are necessary to establish models of the atmospheres of far-distant worlds, models that can be used to look for signs of life outside the solar s

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2018-03-13 07:25:05

Elon Musk plans to launch spacecraft for Mars in 2019  

Washington (UPI) Mar 11, 2018 Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk said Sunday that he is on track to launch a spacecraft for Mars by next year. "We are building the first ship, or interplanetary ship, right now," Musk said during a question and answer session at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. "And we'll probably be able to do short flights, short up and down flights, probably some time in the first half of next

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2018-03-13 07:19:34

Ukraine eyes new Spaceport downunder  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 13, 2018 The Ukrainian Space Agency has reportedly come up with an ambitious proposal to establish a spaceport some 11,500 km from home. According to The West Australian newspaper, Kiev has been lobbying both Canberra and the northwestern Australian state government of Kimberley for two years now, with its proposals falling on deaf ears. Ukraine's ambassador to Australia, Nikolai Kulinich, as

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2018-03-13 06:59:43

Three NASA satellites recreate solar eruption in 3-D  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 The more solar observatories, the merrier: Scientists have developed new models to see how shocks associated with coronal mass ejections, or CMEs, propagate from the Sun - an effort made possible only by combining data from three NASA satellites to produce a much more robust mapping of a CME than any one could do alone. Much the way ships form bow waves as they move through water, CMEs set

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2018-03-13 06:14:46

Mysterious Signals Comes from Very Old Stars at Centre of Our Galaxy  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Mar 13, 2018 A team of astronomers involving The Australian National University (ANU) has discovered that a mysterious gamma-ray signal from the centre of the Milky Way comes from 10 billion-year-old stars, rather than dark matter as previously thought. Co-researcher Dr. Roland Crocker from ANU said the team had a working hypothesis that the signal was being emitted from thousands of rapidly spinning n

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2018-03-13 05:49:15

Unveiling the depths of Jupiter's winds  

Rehovot, Israel (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 Three papers published tomorrow in Nature answer a question that scientists have been asking ever since Galileo first observed the famous stripes of Jupiter: Are the colorful bands just a pretty surface phenomenon, or are they a significant stratum of the planet? The Weizmann Institute's Prof. Yohai Kaspi led this research in which measurements from NASA's Juno spacecraft were analyzed to

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2018-03-13 05:35:15

NASA Awards $96 Million to U.S. Small Businesses for Tech Research, Development  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 NASA has selected 128 proposals from American small businesses to advance research and technology in Phase II of its 2017 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. These selections support NASA's future space exploration missions, while also benefiting the U.S. economy. "We look forward to working with these promising small businesses to further advance NASA's missions," said Jim

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2018-03-13 05:02:13

15 new planets confirmed around cool dwarf stars  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Mar 13, 2018 Scientists report the existence of 15 new planets - including one 'super-Earth' that could harbor liquid water - orbiting small, cool stars near our solar system. These stars, known as red dwarfs[1], are of enormous interest for studies of planetary formation and evolution. A research team led by Teruyuki Hirano of Tokyo Institute of Technology's Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences

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2018-03-13 04:26:51

The occurrence of magnetism in the universe  

Dresden, Germany (SPX) Mar 13, 2018 Flows of molten metal can generate magnetic fields. This so-called dynamo effect creates cosmic magnetic fields, like those found on planets, moons and even asteroids. Over the coming years, a globally unique experiment, in which a steel drum containing several tons of liquid sodium rotates around two axes, is intended to demonstrate this effect. It will be carried out in the new DRESDYN f

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2018-03-13 04:05:45

The search for interstellar water  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 Water is crucial for life, but how do you make water? Cooking up some H2O takes more than mixing hydrogen and oxygen. It requires the special conditions found deep within frigid molecular clouds, where dust shields against destructive ultraviolet light and aids chemical reactions. NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will peer into these cosmic reservoirs to gain new insights into the origin and ev

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2018-03-13 01:24:36

360 Video: Tour a Mars Robot Test Lab  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Mar 12, 2018 NASA's InSight lander looks a bit like an oversized crane game: when it lands on Mars this November, its robotic arm will be used to grasp and move objects on another planet for the first time. And like any crane game, practice makes it easier to capture the prize. Engineers and scientists have a replica of InSight at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. They use

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2018-03-11 06:52:12

Photosynthesis originated a billion years earlier than we thought, study shows  

London UK (SPX) Mar 08, 2018 Ancient microbes may have been producing oxygen through photosynthesis a billion years earlier than we thought, which means oxygen was available for living organisms very close to the origin of life on earth. In a new article in Heliyon, a researcher from Imperial College London studied the molecular machines responsible for photosynthesis and found the process may have evolved as long as 3.6 bi

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2018-03-11 06:38:57

Scientists Declare War on Space Radiation  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 12, 2018 Leading Russian and foreign space medics and biologists have found a way to protect the human body from the deleterious effects of cosmic radiation to make humans more immune to this phenomenon. The discovery is critically important as it makes it possible to begin an era of deep space manned missions, according to an article published in the latest issue of Oncotarget. "During our work on

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2018-03-11 06:18:58

BepiColombo gets green light for launch site  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 Europe's first mission to Mercury will soon be ready for shipping to the spaceport to begin final preparations for launch. The mission passed a major review yesterday, meaning that the three BepiColombo spacecraft, along with ground equipment and mission experts, are confirmed to start the move from ESA's centre in the Netherlands to Europe's Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana at the end o

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2018-03-11 06:16:49

Quantum vacuum may allow stars to exist in unconventional configurations  

Trieste, Italy (SPX) Mar 12, 2018 A new kind of star comes up from a study by SISSA's postdoctoral researcher Raul Carballo-Rubio. In a piece of research recently published in Physical Review Letters, Carballo-Rubio has developed a novel mathematical model that combines general relativity with the repulsive effect of quantum vacuum polarization. The inclusion of this repulsive force allows describing ultracompact configurations

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2018-03-11 05:47:58

UTSA researchers want to teach computers to learn like humans  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 A new study by Paul Rad, assistant director of the UTSA Open Cloud Institute, and Nicole Beebe, Melvin Lachman Distinguished Professor in Entrepreneurship and director of the UTSA Cyber Center for Security and Analytics, describes a new cloud-based learning platform for artificial intelligence (A.I.) that teaches machines to learn like humans. "Cognitive learning is all about teaching comp

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2018-03-11 05:33:56

Can Space Junk Help Us Find Aliens?  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 12, 2018 Astrophysicists came up with an unusual idea to detect sentient life-forms in the distant parts of the universe, with the possibility to become a major breakthrough. Humanity has left significant amounts of junk floating in Earth's orbit since it began to explore space. However, astrophysicists from the Canary Islands Institute of Astrophysics have found something positive about it - it is

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2018-03-11 04:33:18

Voyaging for the Sentinels  

Paris (ESA) Mar 12, 2018 Two recent expeditions that took scientists 26 000 km across the Atlantic Ocean have returned critical information to make sure that the Copernicus Sentinel satellites are delivering accurate data about the state of our oceans. Information from the Sentinels is used in a myriad of ways to make lives easier and businesses more efficient. For example, ocean forecasting is important for

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2018-03-11 03:11:50

Earth is a Beaming Beacon in Kepler's Eyes  

Moffett Fiedl CA (JPL) Mar 12, 2018 Capturing images of our home planet from the perspective of faraway spacecraft has become a tradition at NASA, ever since Voyager, 28 years ago, displayed our "pale blue dot" in the vastness of space. But the view of Earth from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope is quite something else. This Kepler image of Earth was recently beamed back home. Captured on Dec. 10, 2017 after the spacecraf

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2018-03-11 03:08:42

Travis AFB delivers NASA InSight Spacecraft  

Travis AFB CA (AFNS) Mar 12, 2018 Airmen from the 21st Airlift Squadron and the 860th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron at Travis Air Force Base, California, loaded and transported the NASA InSight Spacecraft Feb. 28, 2018, from Lockheed Martin Space, Buckley AFB, Colorado, to Vandenberg AFB, California, aboard a C-17 Globemaster III. "We can get into really small and diverse airfields, especially out of places like Florida an

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2018-03-11 01:51:16

Converting CO2 into usable energy  

Upton NY (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 Imagine if carbon dioxide (CO2) could easily be converted into usable energy. Every time you breathe or drive a motor vehicle, you would produce a key ingredient for generating fuels. Like photosynthesis in plants, we could turn CO2 into molecules that are essential for day-to-day life. Now, scientists are one step closer. Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Brookhaven Nat

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2018-03-11 01:29:03

New technique allows printing of flexible, stretchable silver nanowire circuits  

Raleigh, NC (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 Researchers at North Carolina State University have developed a new technique that allows them to print circuits on flexible, stretchable substrates using silver nanowires. The advance makes it possible to integrate the material into a wide array of electronic devices. Silver nanowires have drawn significant interest in recent years for use in many applications, ranging from prosthetic dev

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2018-03-11 01:23:48

Arianespace lofts 4 more O3b sats for SES led constellation  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Mar 12, 2018 Arianespace has successfully launched four additional O3b satellites for the constellation operated by SES Networks. The launch took place on Friday, March 9 at 2:10 pm (local time) from the Guiana Space Center (CSG), Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana (South America). This mission was the second of the year for Arianespace, the first in 2018 using a Soyuz rocket and the second launch sin

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2018-03-11 01:19:23

Scientists observe a new quantum particle with properties of ball lightning  

Helsinki, Finland (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 Scientists at Amherst College and Aalto University have created, for the first time a three-dimensional skyrmion in a quantum gas. The skyrmion was predicted theoretically over 40 years ago, but only now has it been observed experimentally. In an extremely sparse and cold quantum gas, the physicists have created knots made of the magnetic moments, or spins, of the constituent atoms. The kn

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2018-03-11 01:09:41

More efficient simulators by storing time in a quantum superposition  

Singapore (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 Computer models of systems such as a city's traffic flow or neural firing in the brain tends to use up a lot of memory. But a new approach with quantum simulators could significantly cut that memory use by taking a quantum approach to time. The only cost is a diminished record of the past. The suggestion comes from researchers Mile Gu and Thomas Elliott in Singapore, who describe their pro

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2018-03-11 01:03:09

China tests reusable hypersonic technology  

Beijing (Sputnik) Mar 07, 2018 Chinese researchers recently tested a demonstration version of a reusable, hypersonic spacecraft in the vast Gobi Desert in late February as part of a major push to become one of the leaders in space exploration, according to a new report. According to the South China Morning Post, the Chinese space vehicle took off from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Inner Mongolia before reaching spe

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2018-03-09 07:25:07

Scientists use satellites and drones to discover antarctic penguin 'super-colonies'  

Baton Rouge LA (SPX) Mar 06, 2018 A recent scientific expedition to the Danger Islands, a remote group of tiny islands along eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula, used new technologies to discover and survey a breeding colony of over one and a half million penguins. Michael Polito, assistant professor in the department of Oceanography and Coastal Sciences at LSU, and co-authors detail their findings in a study published

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2018-03-09 07:20:41

18th SPCS stands guard over space  

Peterson AFB CO (SPX) Mar 07, 2018 The Air Force relies on Airmen around the globe to monitor space, and maintain the Air Force presence in space. "Space superiority isn't a birthright. It must be secured and preserved," Lt. Gen. David Buck, former 14th Air Force commander, said at the Air Force Research Laboratory space situational awareness conference Sept. 18, 2017. "This requires constant vigilance, strong partnerships

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2018-03-09 06:12:31

New 'HSC Viewer' allows public to access Subaru Telescope images  

Washington (UPI) Mar 8, 2018 The National Astronomical Observatory of Japan has released the HSC Viewer to help the public access observations of the universe made by the Subaru Telescope and its Hyper Suprime-Cam. "I developed this viewer so the general public can become familiar with the latest, extensive HSC data," astronomer Michitaro Koike said in a Thursday news release. "I hope you enjoy exploring the univer

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2018-03-09 05:55:40

Hubble offers new image of dramatic galactic collision  

Munich, Germany (ESA) Mar 09, 2018 Galaxies are not static islands of stars - they are dynamic and ever-changing, constantly on the move through the darkness of the universe. Sometimes, as seen in this spectacular Hubble image of Arp 256, galaxies can collide in a crash of cosmic proportions. 350 million light-years away in the constellation of Cetus (the Sea Monster), a pair of barred spiral galaxies have just begun a magnificent merger.

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2018-03-09 05:52:28

Jupiter's turmoil more than skin deep: researchers  

Paris (AFP) March 7, 2018 Jupiter's tempestuous, gassy atmosphere stretches some 3,000 kilometres (1,860 miles) deep and comprises a hundredth of the planet's mass, studies based on observations by NASA's Juno spacecraft revealed Wednesday. The measurements shed the first light on what goes on beneath the surface of the largest planet in the Solar System, which from a distance resembles a colourful, striped glass mar

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2018-03-09 04:38:35

Collaboration will study desert dust's impact on climate from space  

Ithica NY (SPX) Mar 07, 2018 Because deserts are located in remote regions with inhospitable conditions, they are notoriously difficult to study, especially when assessing their effect on climate change. A new $60 million collaboration between NASA and Cornell University, with contributions from other universities and labs, solves that problem by traveling even farther afield: to space. The "Earth surface Mineral dust

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2018-03-09 04:19:07

Weather satellites aid search and rescue capabilities  

Washington DC (SPX) Mar 08, 2018 The same satellites that identify severe weather can help save you from it. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA's) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) constellation monitors Earth's environment, helping meteorologists observe and predict the weather. GOES observations have tracked thunderstorms, tornadoes, hurricanes and flash floods. They've even pro

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2018-03-09 03:46:55

BlackSky readies to launch its first Earth Imaging Smallsat  

Seattle WA (SPX) Mar 07, 2018 BlackSky, the geospatial intelligence service of Spaceflight Industries, has announced the first of its next generation of small Earth observation satellites is complete, qualified, and awaiting launch. This spacecraft, called Global-1, is the first of four smallsats that are scheduled to launch in in the next year on both US and foreign launch vehicles. The Global series of spacecraft bui

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2018-03-09 03:45:53

127-million-year-old baby bird fossil sheds light on avian evolution  

Manchester UK (SPX) Mar 07, 2018 The tiny fossil of a prehistoric baby bird is helping scientists understand how early avians came into the world in the Age of Dinosaurs. The fossil, which dates back to the Mesozoic Era (250-65 million years ago), is a chick from a group of prehistoric birds called, Enantiornithes. Made up of a nearly complete skeleton, the specimen is amongst the smallest known Mesozoic avian fossils ever disc

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2018-03-09 03:11:55

Lockheed Martin tapped to speed up AEGIS system  

Washington (UPI) Mar 5, 2018 Lockheed Martin has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Navy in support of the AEGIS combat system. The deal, announced March 1 by the Department of Defense, is valued at more than $8.9 million under the terms of a cost-plus-incentive-fee, which is a modification to a previous award. The modified contract seeks to speed up and complete the capability development and fielding of t

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2018-03-09 02:59:12

Russia eyes military satellite grouping to counter US space warfare plans  

Moscow (Sputnik) Mar 07, 2018 The Russian military's announcement comes just two weeks after remarks by US Air Force top brass that America must prepare to fight and win wars in outer space. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu emphasized Tuesday that Russia must deploy a modern orbital constellation of military satellites to support the army and navy. "Only with support from space will it be possible for the A

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2018-03-09 02:28:38

Astronaut Scott Kelly weighs in on the 'State of Science'  

Washington (UPI) Mar 8, 2018 In the spring of 2016, after two decades at NASA - and a total of 520 days aboard the International Space Station - former astronaut Scott Kelly retired, leaving him a lot more free time. Free time he's now using to promote appreciation for science. Kelly recently teamed up with the chemical and manufacturing company 3M to launch the State of Science Index, a study of people's attitud

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2018-03-09 02:04:53

Northrop Grumman to develop ballistic missile defense simulation models  

Washington (UPI) Mar 6, 2018 Northrop Grumman has been awarded a contract from the Missile Defense Agency to develop and field simulation models of a Ballistic Missile Defense System, or BMDS, and its capabilities. The deal, announced Monday by the Department of Defense, is valued at $475 million under the terms of a non-competitive, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract expected to remain active until

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2018-03-09 01:27:05

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