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Description Lynred, a global leader in designing and manufacturing high-quality infrared technologies for aerospace, defense and commercial markets, today announces the delivery of the first flight-model of its largest shortwave infrared detector, NGP, to the MicroCarb space mission. The MicroCarb mission, led

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Through Sunday, the country has launched 27 orbital missions this year.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description "Boeing does not disclose specific pricing information."

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description A new global map of Saturn's moon Titan, made from data collected by NASA's Cassini mission, show's us how Titan's methane cycle shaped its surface.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description These storms are bigger and longer lasting than squalls but not nearly as massive as this planet's Great White Spots.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description Two new studies offer a tantalising suggestion that Mars 2020 could find even stronger evidence of Martian life - if it ever existed.

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Updated 18 November 2019

#14

 

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Description Bear and squirrel hibernation offer exciting paths for research into human hibernation. Could it help us eventually survive a journey to Mars?

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Updated 18 November 2019

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Description When is a moon not a moon — and does it matter?

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Updated 17 November 2019

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Description Right now, we know of about 4,000 confirmed exoplanets, mostly thanks to the Kepler mission. TESS, the Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, will likely raise that 4000 by a lot. But what about the stars that all of these planets orbit? A new study from the Astrophysical Institute and University

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person’s blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International Space Station

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description Will we one day combine tardigrade DNA with our cells to go to Mars?

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Description Artificial lighting at night affects the behavior of urban wildlife, according to a recent study published in Nature Scientific Reports, which examined animals in the laboratory and the field. The researchers mapped light levels in the city of Chicago using publicly available images of Earth taken b

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Updated 16 November 2019

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Updated 16 November 2019

#25

 

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Description Even by the wild standards of the outer solar system, the strange orbits that carry Neptune's two innermost moons are unprecedented, according to newly published research. Orbital dynamics experts are calling it a "dance of avoidance" performed by the tiny moons Naiad and Thalassa. The two are tr

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description After an unsuccessful bid two months ago, India may attempt another soft landing on the Moon by next year-end, probably in November, PTI sources in ISRO said on Thursday.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Updated 15 November 2019

#29

 

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Description You can watch it right here.

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Updated 15 November 2019

#30

 

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Description SpaceX will roll-out hourly delivery of packages for years before flying passengers and this will make them tens of billions of dollars each year. I, Brian Wang, have analyzed how SpaceX will have a monopoly on 1-6 hour package delivery for tens of billions of dollars. This will fund the human passenger global infrastructure and provide massive profits while performing millions of test flights to prove human passenger safety....

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description SpaceX will roll-out hourly delivery of packages for years before flying passengers and this will make them tens of billions of dollars each year. I, Brian Wang, have analyzed how SpaceX will have a monopoly on 1-6 hour package delivery for tens of billions of dollars. This will fund the human passenger global infrastructure and provide massive profits while performing millions of test flights to prove human passenger safety....

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- If distant aliens want to contact Earth, there is a dedicated team of scientists ready to take the call. For 35 years, the SETI Institute, named after the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, has been the world's only research organization systematically scanning the heavens for signs of otherworldly life.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Stronger paper blends being used.

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description The inventor cashing in on farmers’ rain cheques, as well as purple urine, green puppies and blue sky thinking in Feedback’s weekly blast of the bizarre

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Women with PCOS often have to eat less and exercise more in order to maintain a healthy weight – a study in sheep suggests that a nasal insulin spray could help

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Updated 15 November 2019

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Description Tata Communications has announced it is working with Microsoft to help speed up the development of new innovative connected car applications.

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Updated 15 November 2019

#38

 

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Description Research suggests that extended trips into space might cause cognitive decline in astronauts, as the brain changes without the influence of gravity.

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Updated 15 November 2019

#39

 

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Description Office of Inspector General audit of NASA reports that SpaceX was not given an opportunity to bid on the crew transportation gap. The Office of Inspector General determined that NASA did not need to pay Boeing. The contracts already require SpaceX and Boeing to be capable of making two crew flights per year....

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Updated 14 November 2019

#40

 

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Description NASA and SpaceX can breathe a sigh of relief after the Crew Dragon spacecraft survived a series of fiery engine tests.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#41

 

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Description In For All Mankind, Joel Kinnaman plays a fictional Apollo astronaut in the midst of a never-ending space race.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

#44

 

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Description Tata Communications has announced it is working with Microsoft to help speed up the development of new innovative connected car applications.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#45

 

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Description "The velocity of the discovered star is so high that it will inevitably leave the Galaxy and never return."

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Updated 14 November 2019

#46

 

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Description "Boeing has made significant investments in the commercial crew program."

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Updated 14 November 2019

#47

 

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Description Beijing plans to launch a lander and rover to Mars next year to explore parts of the planet in detail.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description NASA reports that the rover has detected a perplexing increase in oxygen concentrations on the red planet. While the cause ...

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Updated 14 November 2019

#49

 

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Description Genomes of simple algae reveal ancestor’s bias toward terrestrial life

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

#51

 

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Description Your space questions, answered.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#52

 

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Updated 14 November 2019

#53

 

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Description Scientists have gotten their earliest look yet at a black hole ripping up a star.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#54

 

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Description Earth passes through a comet's trail this week, producing a beautiful display of meteors in the night sky. Find out where to look and how to get the best view

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Microbes that breathe sulphur could redefine what it means to be alive and provide clues about what organisms may lurk in the cosmos

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Updated 14 November 2019

#58

 

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Description Elon Musk-led SpaceX has completed a series of static fire engine tests of its new passenger spacecraft, Crew Dragon, paving the way for an in-flight launch escape demonstration.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description The research team is the first to combine 3D climate modelling with atmospheric chemistry to explore the habitability of planets.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description PUBG now has a dedicated space called PUBG Labs for testing experimental features and other content, with the first one being a Skill Based Rating system.

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Updated 14 November 2019

#61

 

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Description The company had to push back its launch plans after the stunning explosion of a Crew Dragon capsule during testing ...

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Updated 14 November 2019

#62

 

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Description If life existed on Mars billions of years ago, there’s an excellent chance the fossilised remains of this life could be found at the landing site.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Mimicking conditions thought to exist around dying stars, researchers discovered a mechanism that could explain why planetary nebulae are teeming with complex carbon molecules. Scientists have long been puzzled by the existence of so-called "buckyballs" – complex carbon molecules with a socce

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description Scientists believe that axions could be the key to finding dark matter, based on the way they interact with antimatter.

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description An NSF-supported team of astronomers found new evidence of the occurrence of a kilonova -- a cosmic explosion that creates massive amounts of gold and platinum -- that went unnoticed during initial observations of a gamma-ray burst spotted in August 2016 but was confirmed after examination of data f

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Updated 14 November 2019

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Description For the first time in the history of space exploration, scientists have measured the seasonal changes in the gases that fill the air directly above the surface of Gale Crater on Mars. As a result, they noticed something baffling: oxygen, the gas many Earth creatures use to breathe, behaves in a way

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Ars’ resident rocket photographer shares three tools to track Starlink satellites above.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

#73

 

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Description Spaceflight can halt and even reverse blood flow in astronauts' upper bodies, a report said Wednesday, an accidental but startling discovery that might have important implications for future NASA trips to Mars and other long-duration missions.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description With two samples from the interior of the asteroid Ryugu on board, Japan’s Hayabusa 2 spacecraft is due to return to Earth at the end of 2020

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Arrokoth means ‘sky’ in the language of the Native American Powhatan people, NASA said.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description (Inside Science) -- Small black holes may be crashing into each other while orbiting the supermassive black hole at their galaxy's center, according to a new theory proposed by astrophysicists.Similar to highway pileups that can happen when lots of cars are stuck on a city’s beltway, these cosmic pileups can happen when black holes get stuck in the same general orbit, making

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description When humans go back to the Moon — and NASA plans to return by 2024 — they’re going to need water. For now, the astronauts expect to bring their own. But future space explorers aim to take advantage of water recently discovered in little-explored regions of the Moon. The water is stored as ice in

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description THE most distant world ever explored has been renamed by Nasa due to its original moniker's links to Nazis. Once known as Ultima Thule, the mysterious rock 4billion miles from Earth has now been christened Arrokoth.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description AN asteroid twice the size of Big Ben will fire past Earth today in a nerve-shredding flyby. The space rock 2019 UN12 is being closely tracked by Nasa scientists as it approaches our planet at speeds reaching 18 miles per second.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#83

 

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Description Moon and Mars rovers could someday be controlled from orbit.

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description The levels of oxygen on Mars increase and decrease over the year in a way that just doesn't make sense to scientists, a new paper reveals.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#85

 

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Description This week, discover how art and design take on climate change, read all about our space junk, and listen to top talk about the future in a University of Oxford podcast

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Updated 13 November 2019

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Description Watch How Close Are We to Terraforming Mars?, a Space video from Seeker.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#87

 

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Description These cosmic sink-holes do gradually shrink, but it’s impossible to get any more compact than a black hole.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#88

 

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Description The Japanese space probe has left its orbit around the asteroid Ryugu, about 180 million miles from Earth.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#89

 

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Description Star Wars' first live-action TV show adds some fascinating depth to a sprawling universe.

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Updated 13 November 2019

#90

 

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Description SpaceX launched 60 mini-satellites Monday, the second batch of an orbiting network meant to provide global Internet coverage.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description As we venture forward to the Moon and establish a sustained lunar presence, finding and understanding water on the lunar surface becomes increasingly important. Lunar water is largely in the form of, but not necessarily limited to, water ice. Astronauts on the Moon could use this ice for various cre

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

#93

 

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Description These probes would sniff out atmospheric gases, hunt for volcanic activity, and even investigate Venus’s so-called dark side.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description SpaceX launched 60 Starlink satellites into orbit on its most flown Falcon 9 rocket yet, which made a historic fourth launch and landing on Monday (Nov. 11).

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Saturn now boasts at least 82 moons, surpassing Jupiter’s 79 natural satellites.

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Updated 12 November 2019

#97

 

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Description Mysterious glow in the center of galaxy may not just be from pulsars after all

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Updated 12 November 2019

#98

 

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Description SpaceX is among several companies interested in providing broadband internet coverage worldwide.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Venus is Earth’s neighbor, yet scientists’ understanding of the planet is relatively limited, especially on the so-called “dark side.” That knowledge gap may eventually be filled because University at Buffalo researchers are designing a unique spacecraft for NASA that might explore the planet lik

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description An exoplanet may seem like the perfect spot to set up housekeeping, but before you go there, take a closer look at its star. Rice University astrophysicists are doing just that, building a computer model to help judge how a star’s own atmosphere impacts its planets, for better or worse. By

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description MERCURY has transited across the Sun in an event that's only visible from Earth about 13 times a century. The astronomy phenomenon was watched all over the world yesterday on live streams and with modified binoculars and telescopes.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Democrats want it for the environment, Republicans want it for national security.

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Updated 12 November 2019

#103

 

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Description Starlink v1.0 production satellites have 400% increase in overall bandwidth compared to version 0.9 starlink satellites. tarlink v1.0 satellites have antennas with twice as many steerable beams. They can serve more regions at the same time....

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description Not only could SpaceX's satellites interfere with radio wavelengths, they're already proving to be brighter than expected.

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Updated 12 November 2019

#105

 

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Description We've seen the remains of a collision between two planets in a distant star system - and these planetary smash-ups are thought to be surprisingly common

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Updated 12 November 2019

#106

 

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Description The space rock that the New Horizons probe visited earlier this year had been nicknamed Ultima Thule, but it was pointed out this name has links to the Nazis

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description A NASA telescope spotted a record-breaking burst of X-rays from a neutron star. This burst revealed a never-before-seen change in a pulsar’s brightness.

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description The X-37B space plane could one day pass info to F-22, F-35 jets—but what kind of info?

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description At this rate, SpaceX could begin offering internet access by the middle of 2020. Although, not everyone is happy about ...

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Updated 12 November 2019

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Description On Monday, 11 November 2019, the tech giant SpaceX had launched 60 mini flat-panel satellites – weighing only 260 kilograms each – nestled in a Falcon 9 rocket and designed as part of the company’s global internet project. The plan is to eventually send thousands of identical satellites – forming

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Updated 12 November 2019