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Description NASA's "melted camera" has become a social media thing. As with many photos that spread like wildfire on the Internet, only part of the camera's story has been exposed so far. Here is the rest of it. NASA photographer Bill Ingalls has been shooting for the agency for 30 years. His creativity

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Updated 26 May 2018

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Description Our understanding of distant stars has increased dramatically in recent decades. Thanks to improved instruments, scientists are able to see farther and clearer, thus learning more about star systems and the planets that orbit them (aka. extra-solar planets). Unfortunately, it will be some time befor

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Updated 26 May 2018

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Description Also, some scoop on Bezos maybe trying to outdo Musk.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description NASA's planet-hunting Kepler spacecraft began the 18th observing campaign of its extended mission, K2, on May 12. For the next 82 days, Kepler will stare at clusters of stars, faraway galaxies, and a handful of solar system objects, including comets, objects beyond Neptune, and an asteroid. The Kepl

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description There are exciting plans to push the frontiers of human space exploration, sending astronauts deeper into the solar system than ever before. But before achieving a better understanding of the mysteries of the universe, crucial mysteries about how the human body responds to space environments need to

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Pluto’s heart-shaped ice plain is full of nitrogen, which hints that the tiny world is made from a billion comets and could have a buried ocean

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description SpaceX founder Elon Musk just said on Twitter that he wants to start a new media outlet. What's behind his posts? Is it just another Musk prank, or is he actually serious about the idea?

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description A new analysis of archival Chandra data reports the first convincing evidence for this predicted, dense cluster of black holes at the galactic center.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#9

 

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Description The problem is affecting one of the satellite's main instruments.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#10

 

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Description This week’s top Science news

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Peggy Whitson is one of America’s most accomplished astronauts. Currently being featured in the NatGeo series “One Strange Rock,” she explains how leaving Earth made her appreciate it all the more.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#12

 

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Description Ever dreamt of stepping onto a faraway planet? Well, NASA has you covered with this incredible virtual planet simulator.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#13

 

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Description New research suggests iron-rich rocks near ancient lake sites on Mars could hold vital clues that show life once existed there. These rocks – which formed in lake beds – are the best place to seek fossil evidence of life from billions of years ago.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#14

 

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Description Enter to win* a jacket inspired in the legendary galactic smuggler and more. This online sweeps ends May 27, 2018.

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Updated 25 May 2018

#15

 

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Description A new study compares the chemical makeup of ice in Pluto's heart-shaped region with ice found in comets.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description An international team of scientists has created a tiny chemistry lab for a rover that will drill beneath the Martian surface looking for signs of past or present life. The toaster oven-sized lab, called the Mars Organic Molecule Analyzer or MOMA, is a key instrument on the ExoMars Rover, a joint mis

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Satellites in orbit have captured some incredible photos of lava flowing from the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Have you considered joining a coworking space? After all, they seem to be popping up everywhere. Coworking spaces have also become synonymous with startup culture. The truth is there are pros and con...

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description Astronomers say their research shows that the Milky Way galaxy's central disk spans 200,000 light-years.

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Updated 25 May 2018

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Description When SpaceX launched a Falcon 9 rocket carrying NASA satellites Tuesday (May 22), it sparked a fire that melted a NASA camera. Here's what it looks like.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#21

 

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Description As NASA shifts human exploration back to the Moon, U.S. commercial partnerships will be a key to expediting missions and building a sustainable presence on the lunar surface.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#22

 

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Description A team of astronomers has performed one of the highest resolution observations in astronomical history by observing two intense regions of radiation, 20 kilometres apart, around a star 6500 light-years away.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#23

 

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Description Consuming itself to send small satellites into orbit.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#24

 

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Description But this weird propulsion idea isn't dead yet.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#25

 

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Description A camera billed as the ‘world’s most advanced’, could give astronomers a powerful tool for spotting worlds around other stars. The device is known as ‘Darkness’ and was created by an international team of physicists.

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description "They're moving quickly to address the shortcomings."

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Updated 24 May 2018

#27

 

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Description NOAA's GOES-17 was supposed to watch for deadly storms and dust clouds in the Western Hemisphere. Instead, it's spending half the day blind.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#28

 

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Description The flights into space become commonplace nowadays. Since Elon Musk’s SpaceX has launched the Falcon Heavy and Max Polyakov’s Firefly Aerospace continued creating the world’s most economical light satellite launch vehicles, many aerospace companies have started enhancing their space presence. In the

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Updated 24 May 2018

#29

 

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Description We're usually averse to buzzwords at HackSpace magazine, but not this month: in issue 7, we're taking a deep dive into the Internet of Things. Internet of Things (IoT) To many people, IoT is a shady term used by companies to sell you something you already own, but this time with WiFi; to us, it's

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Updated 24 May 2018

#30

 

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Description Avoid the asteroids and defeat Jeff Bezos while getting Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster safely through the stars in this gratifying retro video game.

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Updated 24 May 2018

#31

 

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Description Engineers working with NASA's Curiosity Mars rover have been hard at work testing a new way for the rover to drill rocks and extract powder from them. This past weekend, that effort produced the first drilled sample on Mars in more than a year. Curiosity tested percussive drilling this past weeke

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Updated 24 May 2018

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Description Pluto may not be categorised as a planet any more, but it still holds plenty of fascination. For instance, how did the dwarf planet form, and why is it so different from the planets? By examining its chemical composition, researchers have come up w

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Updated 24 May 2018

#33

 

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Description On October 19th, 2017, the Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System-1 (Pan-STARRS-1) telescope in Hawaii announced the first-ever detection of an interstellar asteroid - I/2017 U1 (aka. 'Oumuamua). Originally mistaken for a comet, follow-up observations conducted by the European Southern

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Updated 24 May 2018

#34

 

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Description Radio waves produced by cosmic lighthouses called pulsars are distorted by surrounding material. Observations show that this material can act as a lens, focusing the waves and boosting the brightness of the pulsar.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#35

 

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Updated 23 May 2018

#36

 

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Description Rarely do photographers get such viewing conditions at Vandenberg Air Force Base.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#37

 

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Description A joint U.S./German space mission to track the continuous movement of water and other changes in Earth’s mass on and beneath the planet’s surface successfully launched at 12:47 p.m. PDT Tuesday from the California coast. The twin spacecraft of the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follo

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Updated 23 May 2018

#38

 

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Description Throughout its seven-year mission, NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will swoop through the Sun’s atmosphere 24 times, getting closer to our star than any spacecraft has gone before. The spacecraft will carry more than scientific instruments on this historic journey — it will also hold more than 1.1 million

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Updated 23 May 2018

#39

 

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Description In exploring the optical properties of the Madagascar comet moth's cocoon fibers, Columbia Engineering team discovers the fibers' exceptional capabilities to reflect sunlight and to transmit optical signals and images, and develops methods to spin artificial fibers mimicking the natural fibers' nano

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Updated 23 May 2018

#40

 

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Description The historic first detection of gravitational waves from colliding black holes far outside our galaxy opened a new window to understanding the universe. A string of detections -- four more binary black holes and a pair of neutron stars -- soon followed the Sept. 14, 2015, observation. Now, anothe

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Updated 23 May 2018

#41

 

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Description Agency scrambles to rescue GOES-17’s main instrument

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Updated 23 May 2018

#42

 

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Description Cooling system isn’t cooling, knocking key sensors offline.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#43

 

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Description Space plasma magnifies the light from a distant pulsar, letting us zoom in on features so small it’s like measuring the width of a hair on the surface of Mars

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Updated 23 May 2018

#44

 

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Description Astronomers have discovered a special kind of neutron star for the first time outside of the Milky Way galaxy, using data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope (VLT) in Chile. Neutron stars are the ultra dense cores of massive stars

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Updated 23 May 2018

#45

 

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Description The Atmosphere-Space Interactions Monitor, also known as the Space Storm Hunter, captured its first images and data, revealing the strong signature of lightning with unprecedented accuracy 400 kilometres above Earth.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#46

 

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Description The GRACE-FO, or Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On, mission lifted off on Tuesday, May 22, 2018, from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#47

 

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Description Based on new observational data, an international team led by ETH astronomers identified at least six candidates for 'dark galaxies' — galaxies that have a few (if any) stars in them and are, for that reason, notoriously difficult to detect with current instruments.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#48

 

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Description When the jellyfish felt the vibrations from the deep-sea submersible, it responded by trying to 'bag' it as prey.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#49

 

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Description Every 3-5 years SpaceX is adding a decade lead on competitors

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Updated 23 May 2018

#50

 

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Description Storing time from a quantum stopwatch with qubits – instead of losing accuracy by stopping and starting it – could give us the ultimate precision in timekeeping

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Updated 23 May 2018

#51

 

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Description Calling all citizen scientists! A project looking for those dying, exploding stars called supernovae out in deep space is also searching for volunteers to help in the work, and you can get real science credit for it along the way – even if y

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Updated 23 May 2018

#52

 

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Description A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully launched a pair of US-German science satellites and five commercial communications satellites from California on Tuesday.

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Updated 23 May 2018

#53

 

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Description The octopus certainly does look strange, with bugged-out eyes, suction-cup tentacles, and the ability to change color for camouflage. But a new paper in a peer-reviewed scientific journal posits that octopuses aren’t just strange: They are ALIENS. Literally.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#54

 

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Description Ariane rockets are a deadend, Europe should shift to spaceplanes

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Updated 22 May 2018

#55

 

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Description Nobody has ever put a lander on the far side of the Moon before, but China is well on its way to being the first. Over the weekend, the country launched a craft called Queqiao - a satellite that will orbit the Moon to relay messages from the yet-to

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Updated 22 May 2018

#56

 

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Description After a year of waiting, NASA's Cold Atom Laboratory will go to the ISS, where it will produce temperatures only a billionth of a degree above absolute zero.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#57

 

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Description After abandoning plans for a large space telescope, B612 organization pins hopes on new technologies

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Updated 22 May 2018

#58

 

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Description TBD

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Updated 22 May 2018

#59

 

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Description A new video shows off lightning strikes in the Western Hemisphere from orbit.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#60

 

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Description THE fastest-growing known black hole in the universe has been spotted by scientists from the Australian National University who claim the "monster" can devour our sun in just two days.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#61

 

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Description Astronauts soon will have new experiments to conduct related to emergency navigation, DNA sequencing and ultra-cold atom research when the research arrives at the International Space Station following the 4:44 a.m. EDT Monday launch of an Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft. Cygnus lifted off on an

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Updated 22 May 2018

#62

 

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Description NASA will soon be launching the comprehensive climate mission GRACE Follow-On (GRACE-FO). The launch is scheduled from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California with a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The mission comprises two satellites, which in the coming years and with great precision will examine the h

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Updated 22 May 2018

#63

 

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Description Extraterrestrials could use rotating orbital cables to launch from planets more massive than our own.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#64

 

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Description New work shows how Saturn's strangely shaped moons could have formed through tiny moonlet mergers.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#65

 

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Description Microsoft has announced SharePoint Spaces, an all-new platform that allows you to create and view Mixed Reality experiences.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description Planning a trip to Mars? You'll want to remember your anti-radiation pills. Neuroscientists have identified the first potential treatment for the brain damage caused by exposure to cosmic rays--a drug that prevents memory impairment in mice exposed to simulated space radiation.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#67

 

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Description Twin satellites that will monitor Earth's water cycle are scheduled to launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Central California on Tuesday, May 22, in a unique rideshare arrangement.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description With Russia and China developing anti-satellite weaponry, the U.S. is thinking about distributed networks of smaller, easier-to-upgrade sats.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#69

 

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Description Mars is getting its first proper chopper.

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description Today, SpaceX is scheduled to launch a previously flown Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. Liftoff is currently scheduled for 3:47 PM...

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Updated 22 May 2018

#71

 

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Description Humanity will one day make it to Mars. But can we make it livable?

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Updated 22 May 2018

#72

 

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Description Planning a trip to Mars? You’ll want to remember your anti-radiation pills. NASA and private space companies like SpaceX plan to send humans to the red planet within the next 15 years — but among the major challenges facing future crewed space missions is how to protect astronauts from the danger

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Updated 22 May 2018

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Description The company will also make another attempt to recover a payload fairing.

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Updated 22 May 2018

#74

 

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Description NASA's planet-hunting Tess satellite has beamed back its first image and it's a celestial stunner. The photo, snapped during the $200million probe's fly-by past the moon toward its final orbit beyond our solar system, reveals a cluster of 200,000 stars.

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Updated 21 May 2018

#75

 

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Description Not long after the Big BangBig BangThe well-supported theory that some 13.8 billion years ago, the entire universe was staggeringly small, hot, and dense. In a fraction of an instant, the universe expanded and continues to expand to this day. , the first generations of stars began altering the chemi

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Updated 21 May 2018

#76

 

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Description The small moons that orbit in Saturn’s rings have a range of odd shapes, all of which may have come from smaller moonlets crashing into one another and merging

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Updated 21 May 2018

#77

 

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Description An asteroid that has been orbiting backwards near Jupiter for billions of years may actually be an interstellar rock captured by our solar system

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The solar system just got a bit stranger. As astronomers continue their ongoing quest to find the elusive Planet Nine, a team found a space rock that lends credence to the idea that a huge super-Earth planet really exists in the outer reaches of our solar system. The newfound asteroid, called 2015 BP519, adds to a growing body of evidence about little worlds in the solar system being perturbed by something big. Astronomers detailed its discovery and description in a new paper, adding that the bizarre angle of its orbit gives more weight to the idea that a big planet is out there — somewhere — tugging on the asteroid's path around the sun. "We also consider the long-term orbital stability and evolutionary behavior within the context of the Planet Nine hypothesis, and find that 2015 BP519 adds to the circumstantial evidence for the existence of this proposed new member of the solar system," read the abstract of the paper, which is available now on preprint website Arxiv and has been submitted to The Astronomical Journal. [How Astronomers Could Actually See 'Planet Nine']

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description NASA is poised to "freeze" atoms in their tracks with lasers, creating the coldest spot in the universe — less than one-billionth of a degree above absolute zero, the lowest possible temperature — on board the International Space Station (ISS). The Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL) is a compact instrument about the size of a beer cooler, and it uses lasers to generate a super-cooled environment 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space. It's so cold inside CAL that atoms become nearly motionless; CAL then uses magnets to trap the slowed atoms so that scientists can observe their movements and how they interact. But even ultracold atoms succumb to the pull of gravity, so when CAL experiments were conducted on Earth, scientists could observe the slow-motion atoms for only a second at a time.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description Astronauts soon will have new experiments to conduct related to emergency navigation, DNA sequencing and ultra-cold atom research when the research arrives at the International Space Station following the 4:44 a.m. EDT Monday launch of an Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The Orbital ATK Antares rocket, with the Cygnus spacecraft onboard, launches from Pad-0A, Monday, May 21, 2018 at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description At first glance, this image is dominated by the vibrant glow of the swirling spiral to the lower left of the frame. However, this galaxy is far from the most interesting spectacle here — behind it sits a galaxy cluster.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description A new study has discovered the first known permanent immigrant to our Solar System. The asteroid, currently nestling in Jupiter's orbit, is the first known asteroid to have been captured from another star system.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The first "immigrant" asteroid from beyond our solar system could hold the key to some big mysteries.

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Updated 21 May 2018

#85

 

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Description The highly sensitive camera will allow astronomers to directly observe planets orbiting nearby stars.

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Updated 21 May 2018

#86

 

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Description The asteroid originated outside of our solar system, giving astronomers a chance to learn more about the reset of the galaxy.

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Updated 21 May 2018

#87

 

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Description Thirty Meter Telescope and Giant Magellan Telescope will offer “public access” in hopes of winning support

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description 2015 BZ509 has a weird orbit, likely because it is an interstellar interloper

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Updated 21 May 2018

#90

 

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Description Test reveals that the magic space unicorns pushing the EM-drive are magnetic fields.

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Updated 21 May 2018

#91

 

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Description “I cannot tell my teams: 'Goodbye, see you next year!'”

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description A satellite launched on 21 May will allow China's upcoming moon lander – the first to visit the far side – to receive commands and send data back to Earth

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description Nothing lasts forever. If you look for it, mounting evidence of an impending mass extinction event is all around us, and the forces behind these epic die-offs could be greater than we ever knew.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description In the quest for ever-colder temperatures, NASA is sending an apparatus to the International Space Station that will create a spot 10 billion times colder than the vacuum of space.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description "The launch is a key step for China to realise its goal of being the first country to send a probe to soft-land on and rove the far side of the moon," Xinhua quoted Zhang Lihua, manager of the relay satellite project, as saying.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The Darkness camera for ground-based observatories is designed to spot exoplanets around nearby stars and study their atmospheres.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description American companies currently dominate the private spaceflight industry, but that might not be true for much longer. China's OneSpace Technologies launched its f...

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The launch of a relay satellite is the first essential step for sending a rover to the far side of the moon's surface.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description This weekend, when the next cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station lifts off from NASA Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia, it will be carrying among its supplies and experiments three cereal box-sized satellites that will be used to test and demonstrate the next generation of Ear

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description The  Queqiao spacecraft is now on its way toward L2.

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description It's hard to study quantum behavior on Earth. You can amplify the effects of quantum mechanics by zapping groups of specific atoms (Bose-Einstein condensates) w...

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Updated 21 May 2018

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Description Cosmic radiation is one of the greatest threats to astronauts embarking on deep space missions, not the least of which is the effect on the brain: it could hind...

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Updated 21 May 2018

#103

 

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Description Representative John Culberson (R–TX) says accelerated spending on big new facilities lowers cost and hastens scientific payoff

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Updated 21 May 2018

#104

 

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Description The non-invasive Vivaer Nasal Airway Remodeling device from Aerin Medical offers a surgery-free way to treat chronic congestion.

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Updated 20 May 2018

#105

 

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Description Performance simulation of a next generation space based gravity detector starting in 2034

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Updated 20 May 2018

#106

 

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Description China launching relay satellite to Lagrange 2 to support rover probe to far side of moon

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Updated 20 May 2018

#107

 

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Description Neutron stars are famous for combining a very high-density with a very small radius. As the remnants of massive stars that have undergone gravitational collapse, the interior of a neutron star is compressed to the point where they have similar pressure conditions to atomic nuclei. Basically, they be

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Updated 20 May 2018

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Description Earlier the month, YouTube announced a new Kat Dennings- and John Cena-led animated series for its Red, soon to be Premium, platform -- a buddy comedy from the...

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Updated 19 May 2018

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Description NASA’s next planet hunter, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), is one step closer to searching for new worlds after successfully completing a lunar flyby on May 17. The spacecraft passed about 5,000 miles from the Moon, which provided a gravity assist that helped TESS sail toward its f

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Description This extraordinary view of Jupiter was captured by NASA’s Juno Spacecraft on the outbound leg of its 12th close flyby of the gas giant planet.

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Updated 19 May 2018