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Description We once thought Mars had canals built by an advanced society. We've come a long way since then, but there is still much to discover, finds Leah Crane

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Updated 05 July 2020

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Description “This building is not a monument.”

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Updated 05 July 2020

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Updated 05 July 2020

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Description A new image from the ESA/NASA Hubble Space Telescope shows an incredibly detailed look at a fluffy-looking spiral galaxy.

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Updated 05 July 2020

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Description "The In-Space team is absolutely gutted by this news."

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Description From the inquisition of Galileo to President Trump, there is a long history of science denial, and its dangers go far beyond the threat to any political career.

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Description An ancient city lost in the Honduran rain forest, snow on Mars, and bison bones in Oklahoma have one thing in common—NASA lidar. Explorers on the ground in South America and later Charles Lindbergh flying overhead claimed to have seen La Ciudad Blanca, the White City. But the place also known as th

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Description The exposed planetary core is named TOI-849b.

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Updated 04 July 2020

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Description "Ariane 6 is a necessary step, but not the ultimate aim."

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description The UK government and Indian telecoms giant Bharti are to take control of the collapsed satellite firm Oneweb, they said Friday, as Britain seeks to expand its post-Brexit space capabilility.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description What do spaceships and many office buildings have in common? No windows that open. Astronauts can’t get a breath of fresh air any more than someone working in a cubicle or an office tower can. In such closed environments, toxins build up, making indoor air as much as 30 times more toxic than the air

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description The spiral pattern shown by the galaxy in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope is striking because of its delicate, feathery nature. These "flocculent" spiral arms indicate that the recent history of star formation of the galaxy, known as NGC 2775, has been relatively quiet. There is

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description Here comes the sun – 425 million high-resolution images of it, to be exact.

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Updated 03 July 2020

#22

 

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Description A Kickstarter campaign wants to bottle and release NASA's "smell of space" as a fragrance called "Eau de Space."

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Updated 03 July 2020

#23

 

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Description Astronomers have discovered four circles of radio waves in space, but have no explanation for their origin. We don't even know how big or far away they are

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description July 4 will mark the third lunar eclipse for 2020. People in certain regions will be able to witness penumbral lunar eclipse, also being referred to as a “buck moon" lunar eclipse. It also coincides with the US Independence Day which is good news for US residents as they are among the people who will get to witness this celestial phenomenon.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description Motorola Razr 5G, expected to be the second-generation foldable phone and follow up to the 2019 Motorola Razr has been in the news quite frequently and now, it seems like its specifications have been leaked, courtesy of a known tipster.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description Korolev crater on Mars has never looked more enthralling than it does in this impressive new visualisation.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description Gone are the days of Batman/Aliens and Batman Versus Predator.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description We love flyover videos from other worlds. These stunning videos, created from imagery gathered by orbiting spacecraft, can give us a sense of what it would be like to fly in an airplane on another planet.

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Updated 03 July 2020

#30

 

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Description OneWeb, bought out of bankruptcy, aims to launch thousands of satellites

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Updated 03 July 2020

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Description The transition of the martian climate from the wet Noachian era to the dry Hesperian (4.1–3.0 Gya) likely resulted in saline surface waters that were rich in sulfur species. Terrestrial analogue environments that possess a similar chemistry to these proposed waters can be used to develop an understanding of the diversity of microorganisms that could have persisted on Mars under such conditions. Here, we report on the chemistry and microbial community of the highly reducing sediment of Colour Peak springs, a sulfidic and saline spring system located within the Canadian High Arctic. DNA and cDNA 16S rRNA gene profiling demonstrated that the microbial community was dominated by sulfur oxidising bacteria, suggesting that primary production in the sediment was driven by chemolithoautotrophic sulfur oxidation. It is possible that the sulfur oxidising bacteria also supported the persistence of the additional taxa. Gibbs energy values calculated for the brines, based on the chemistry of Gale crater, suggested that the oxidation of reduced sulfur species was an energetically viable metabolism for life on early Mars.

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description Growing plants in a spaceship, and one day on another planet, is a complicated endeavor, as Gioia Massa, science team lead for the VEGGIE project at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida, will tell you. But one tool making it much easier is a specially formulated fertilizer developed years ago with

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description The revolution in our understanding of the night sky and our place in the universe began when we transitioned from using the naked eye to a telescope in 1609. Four centuries later, scientists are experiencing a similar transition in their knowledge of black holes by searching for gravitational waves

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description What started out as a hunt for ice lurking in polar lunar craters turned into an unexpected finding that could help clear some muddy history about the Moon’s formation. Team members of the Miniature Radio Frequency (Mini-RF) instrument on NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft found

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description NASA has delayed the launch of its newest Mars rover yet again — to the end of July at the earliest — this time for a rocket issue.

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description The Cape Canaveral liftoff is now timed for no earlier than 30 July.

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Updated 02 July 2020

#44

 

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Description There are no smells in vacuum—but recycled air in an orbiter is another story.

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description “We would be underselling what we're trying to accomplish if we called StreamOne a ‘cloud platform.’ StreamOne will be a solutions aggregation and orchestration platform,” Tech Data CEO Rich Hume said.

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Updated 02 July 2020

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Description Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infects young children and causes influenza-like illness. RSV circulation and prevalence differ among countries and climates. To better understand whether climate factors influence the seasonality of RSV in Thailand, we examined RSV data from children ≤ 5 years-old who presented with respiratory symptoms from January 2012–December 2018. From a total of 8,209 nasopharyngeal samples, 13.2% (1,082/8,209) was RSV-positive, of which 37.5% (406/1,082) were RSV-A and 36.4% (394/1,082) were RSV-B. The annual unimodal RSV activity from July–November overlaps with the rainy season. Association between meteorological data including monthly average temperature, relative humidity, rainfall, and wind speed for central Thailand and the incidence of RSV over 7-years was analyzed using Spearman’s rank and partial correlation. Multivariate time-series analysis with an autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model showed that RSV activity correlated positively with rainfall (r = 0.41) and relative humidity (r = 0.25), but negatively with mean temperature (r = − 0.27). The best-fitting ARIMA (1,0,0)(2,1,0)12 model suggests that peak RSV activity lags the hottest month of the year by 4 months. Our results enable possible prediction of RSV activity based on the climate and could help to anticipate the yearly upsurge of RSV in this region.

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Updated 02 July 2020

#47

 

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Description Scrub the last three dates. NASA is now aiming for July 30 (or even later).

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Updated 01 July 2020

#48

 

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Description "We understand the impatience of our 21 customers, and we share it."

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

#50

 

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Description SpaceX’s 11 launches match the total this year by Russia, Europe, and Japan combined.

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

#52

 

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Description Named Pulse, the 3D-printed necklace is meant to prevent the spread of COVID-19 using an infrared motion sensor.

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description My new analysis of companies that seek to buy renewable electricity finds that business is becoming a powerful new ally in the U.S. political battle to stop climate change. Driven by pressure from environmental groups and ...

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Between 2016 and 2018, there was a sharp rise in the area of forest felled in countries across Europe, perhaps to feed demand for wood-based products

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Between 2016 and 2018, there was a sharp rise in the area of forest felled in countries across Europe, perhaps to feed demand for wood-based products

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Bharti Enterprises is backing a bid for collapsed SoftBank-backed satellite operator OneWeb, two sources said, in a consortium that is supported by the British government.

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Updated 01 July 2020

#64

 

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Description We get inside the labs that are growing beneficial bacteria to gobble up pollution, harvest waste, generate energy and help keep us healthy.

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Each passenger could pay an estimated $125,000 (£100,000) for a six-hour journey.

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Updated 01 July 2020

#66

 

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Description Migratory invertebrates move pollutant to the surface, where it accumulates in fish

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Measurements from NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) have enabled astronomers to greatly improve their understanding of the bizarre environment of KELT-9 b, one of the hottest planets known. “The weirdness factor is high with KELT-9 b,” said John Ahlers, an astronomer at Univ

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description 2020 AV2 has a composition similar to Earth’s mantle

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Using the European Southern Observatory’s Very Large Telescope (VLT), astronomers have discovered the absence of an unstable massive star in a dwarf galaxy. Scientists think this could indicate that the star became less bright and partially obscured by dust. An alternative explanation is that the st

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description The rover is nearly complete, but NASA has been forced to delay the launch yet again. Missing the launch window ...

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Updated 01 July 2020

#72

 

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Description The team at Firefly Aerospace used one of its rocket engines to try to light all those pesky candles on a birthday cake for its co-founder Max Polakov.

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Updated 01 July 2020

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Description Golden snub-nosed monkey (Rhinopithecus roxellana) is an endangered primate endemic to China. The lack of standardized genetic markers limits its conservation works. In the present study, a total of 1,400,552 perfect STRs was identified in the reference genome of R. roxellana. By comparing it with the 12 resequencing genomes of four geographical populations, a total of 1,927 loci were identified as perfect tetranucleotides and shared among populations. We randomly selected 74 loci to design primer pairs. By using a total of 64 samples from the Chengdu Zoo captive population and the Pingwu wild population, a set of 14 novel STR loci were identified with good polymorphism, strong stability, high repeatability, low genotyping error rate that were suitable for non-invasive samples. These were used to establish a standardized marker system for golden snub-nosed monkeys. The genetic diversity analysis showed the average HO, HE, and PIC was 0.477, 0.549, and 0.485, respectively, in the Chengdu Zoo population; and 0.516, 0.473, and 0.406, respectively, in Pingwu wild population. Moreover, an individual identification method was established, which could effectively distinguish individuals with seven markers. The paternity tests were conducted on seven offspring with known mothers from two populations, and their fathers were determined with high confidence. A genotyping database for the captive population in the Chengdu Zoo (n = 25) and wild population in Pingwu country (n = 8) was acquired by using this marker system.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description The South Pole has warmed three times faster than the rest of the planet in the last 30 years due to warmer tropical ocean temperatures, new research showed Monday.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description NASA has taken the next steps toward building Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters to support as many as six additional flights, for a total of up to nine Artemis missions. The agency is continuing to work with Northrop Grumman of Brigham City, Utah, the current lead contractor for the so

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description AWS is launching a new aerospace and satellite solutions division, led by retired U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Clint Crosier, to win military and commercial space organizations as cloud computing customers

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Amazon Web Services is launching a new Aerospace and Satellite Solutions division to win military and commercial space organizations as customers of its cloud computing infrastructure, according to a WSJ report today

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description When you picture the Solar System in your head, most people would think of the Sun, stolid and stationary in the centre, with everything else whizzing about around it. But every body in the Solar System also exerts its own gravitational tug on the

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Behnken got a tremendous view during their spacewalk on Monday. "Not bad for a view while working."

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description A bizarre celestial object too big to be a neutron star but too small for a black hole could undo the rules astrophysicsts use to understand the universe.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 30 June 2020

#84

 

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Description The $2.1 billion rover has a limited amount of time to launch this summer.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Pluto has one very large moon, Charon, and four tiny ones, leaving astronomers confused as to how they formed. The answer may be that the quartet used to be part of Charon, not Pluto

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description A growing group of scientists want to float above Venus, our sister planet, before human missions to Mars.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Often described as cosmic lighthouses, quasars are luminous beacons that can be observed at the outskirts of the Universe, providing a rich topic of study for astronomers and cosmologists. Now scientists have announced the discovery of the second-most distant quasar ever found, at more than 13 billi

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description The European Union will plough more money into rocket launches, satellite communication and space exploration to preserve its often unsung successes in space and keep up with US and Chinese ambitions, its space chief said on Sunday.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Touching your face is a difficult habit to break, so NASA set out to invent a solution.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description The international “RedDots” team, together with astronomers at Macquarie University, the University of New South Wales, and the University of Southern Queensland, has detected a system of super-Earth planets orbiting the brightest red dwarf star in the sky, Gliese 887. The results have been publishe

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Betelgeuse, the bright star in the constellation of Orion, has been fascinating astronomers in the recent months because of its unusually strong decline in brightness. Scientists have been discussing a number of scenarios trying to explain its behaviour. Now a team led by Thavisha Dharmawardena o

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description If everything you know about asteroids comes from disaster movies then it’s time to brush up on your space rock knowledge.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description AWS is ratcheting up its aerospace and satellite solutions business with a new dedicated division led by the retired two-star Air Force general who previously was in charge of planning for the U.S. Space Force

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Scientists have yet to find any evidence of life on another planet.But that hasn't stopped some rogue scientists from making outlandish claims.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description A new visualization by SpaceX enthusiast and Twitter user Neopork shows just how much room there is inside Starship's cargo fairing.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Description Amazon Web Services announces a new aerospace and satellite unit.

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Updated 30 June 2020

#99

 

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Description A recent study analyzed sediments from large reservoirs in the Maya city of Tikal.

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Updated 30 June 2020

#100

 

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Description SpaceX has gotten good enough at reuse that it's building fewer rockets.

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Updated 30 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

#102

 

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Description The spaceship, "Spaceship Neptune," may begin test flights starting in 2021.

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description v class="pf-content">

If we send telescopes out to 4 light days we can use the gravity of the sun to amplify the power of telescopes by 100 billion times. Although we can build larger telescopes with higher resolution than exists today near to Earth, the telescopes that are sent out to gravitational lensing regions would resolve much faster. In some cases, it would take millions of years or more to resolve an image while the gravitational lens telescope could resolve in weeks....

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description The gay liberation activist and self-identified drag queen was a central figure in the Stonewall riots.

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Updated 29 June 2020

#105

 

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Description "Angara has no chance of successful competition."

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description The historic launch of the first several hundred out of 12,000 planned Starlink satellites heralds the arrival of the era of ultra-large satellite constellations. If it will bring new opportunities or insurmountable challenges to astronomy will probably depend on whether you are conducting your observations in space or from the surface of the Earth.

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description The second most distant quasar ever discovered now has a Hawaiian name. Astronomers have discovered the second most distant quasar ever found, using the international Gemini Observatory and Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory (CTIO), Programs of NSF’s NOIRLab. It is also the first quasar to r

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description Cheating a bit as Leicester already has its Space Park.

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Updated 29 June 2020

#115

 

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Description Coastal wetlands could also prevent dikes from breaching, according to new Dutch study

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Updated 29 June 2020

#116

 

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Description Omega Ingredients, a UK-based natural flavors company for the food and beverages industry, has created a fragrance that it claims smells like outer space.

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description A team at NASA has figured out a way to stop touching your face during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic: a pendant that scolds you every time you try.

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description It neutralizes around 90% of surface microorganisms.

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Updated 29 June 2020

#119

 

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Description It could include a higher investment in Arianespace and a fund for space startups.

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Updated 29 June 2020

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Description Dysbiosis of the sinus microbiome affects the pathophysiology of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNPs). We investigated whether the sinus microbiota in CRSwNPs is associated with eosinophilic inflammation, especially in relation to innate lymphoid cells (ILCs), prognosis, and serum extracellular vesicles (EVs). Middle meatal swabs and serum from 31 CRSwNPs patients and six healthy controls were analyzed by 16S ribosomal RNA sequencing. ILC2s and cytokines from sinonasal tissues were measured by flow cytometry and ELISA, respectively. The relative abundances (RAs) of bacteria were compared based on eosinophilic inflammation and surgical outcome. The correlations between sinus bacteria and ILC2s, cytokines, and serum EVs were analyzed. The compositions of sinus bacteria were different between groups at the genus level. In eosinophilic CRSwNPs patients, the RA of Anaerococcus was significantly decreased (P = 0.010), whereas that of Lachnoclostridium was significantly increased (P = 0.038) compared with that in controls. The RA of Lachnoclostridium showed a significant positive correlation with interleukin (IL)-5-producing ILC2 populations (R = 0.340, P = 0.049), whereas the RA of Anaerococcus showed a negative correlation with IL-5-producing ILC2 populations (R = −0.332, P = 0.055). The RAs of Corynebacterium, Anaerococcus, and Tepidimonas were significantly decreased in patients with suboptimal outcomes compared with those in patients with optimal outcomes and control subjects. Some sinus bacteria and serum EVs showed positive correlations. CRSwNPs patients showed distinct microbiota compositions based on eosinophilic inflammation in relation to ILC2s and surgical outcome. These findings support a relationship between the microbiota and the host immune response in CRSwNPs. Microbes living in the sinonasal cavity seem to affect the immune responses and clinical outcomes of patients with an inflammatory disease that can cause lasting pain, pressure, and swelling in the sinuses. Ji Heui Kim from the Asan Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea, and colleagues collected nasal swabs and blood from 31 people suffering from chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps and from six healthy control individuals. They identified several specific bacterial groups whose presence or absence was associated with the abundance of certain white blood cell populations, a sign of inflammation. Some of these groups were linked to patient outcomes after nasal surgery but additional groups were also observed. The findings could help lead to new treatment strategies or diagnostic biomarkers for patients with this sinus disorder.

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Field # Astronautics
Updated 29 June 2020