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NASA's Voyager 2 Probe Enters Interstellar Space  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 11, 2018 For the second time in history, a human-made object has reached the space between the stars. NASA's Voyager 2 probe now has exited the heliosphere - the protective bubble of particles and magnetic fields created by the Sun. Comparing data from different instruments aboard the trailblazing spacecraft, mission scientists determined the probe crossed the outer edge of the heliosphere on Nov.

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



First Images from OSIRIS-REx Have Scientists Buzzing with Excitement  

Orlando FL (SPX) Dec 11, 2018 The holidays came early for the science team leading NASA's OSIRIS-REx mission to collect samples from a near-Earth asteroid. Monday they announced findings from the mission thus far, which arrived at asteroid Bennu Dec. 3 Scientists were already buzzing with excitement in November when the spacecraft's long-range cameras began beaming early images of the asteroid. Now, the first few close

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Evidence for carbon-rich surface on Ceres  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 A team led by Southwest Research Institute has concluded that the surface of dwarf planet Ceres is rich in organic matter. Data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft indicate that Ceres' surface may contain several times the concentration of carbon than is present in the most carbon-rich, primitive meteorites found on Earth. "Ceres is like a chemical factory," said SwRI's Dr. Simone Marchi, a princi

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Learning from lunar lights  

Paris (ESA) Dec 10, 2018 Every few hours observing the Moon, ESA's 'NELIOTA' project discovers a brilliant flash of light across its surface - the result of an object hurtling through space and striking our unprotected rocky neighbour at vast speed. Based at the Kryoneri telescope of the National Observatory of Athens, this important project is now being extended to January 2021. Impact flashes are referred to as

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



NASA's Voyager 2 reaches interstellar space  

Washington (AFP) Dec 10, 2018 NASA's Voyager 2 probe has left the protective bubble around the Sun and is flying through interstellar space, becoming the second human-made object to travel so far, the US space agency said Monday. The announcement came six years after its twin spacecraft, Voyager 1, broke the outer boundary of the heliopause, where the hot solar wind meets the cold, dense space between stars, known as the

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



NASA Sounding Rockets Carry TRICE-2 over Norwegian Sea  

Wallops Island VA (SPX) Dec 11, 2018 Two NASA sounding rockets successfully flew over the Norwegian Sea early in the morning December 8 carrying an experiment to study the electrodynamics of the polar cusp. The Twin Rockets to Investigate Cusp Electrodynamics or TRICE-2 were launched at 3:26 and 3:28 a.m. EST from the Andoya Space Center in Andenes, Norway. The first rocket flew to an altitude 646 miles and the second flew to

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



OSIRIS-REx already finds water on Asteroid Bennu  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 11, 2018 Recently analyzed data from NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission has revealed water locked inside the clays that make up its scientific target, the asteroid Bennu. During the mission's approach phase, between mid-August and early December, the spacecraft traveled 1.4 million miles (2.2 million km) on its journey f

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Record Setting Course-Correction Puts New Horizons on Track to Kuiper Belt Flyby  

Laurel MD (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 With just 29 days to go before making space exploration history, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft performed a short but record-setting course-correction maneuver on Dec. 2 that refined its path toward Ultima Thule, the Kuiper Belt object it will fly by on Jan. 1. Just as the exploration of Ultima Thule will be the farthest-ever flyby of a planetary body, Sunday's maneuver was the most distan

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Helium exoplanet inflated like a balloon, research shows  

Exeter UK (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Astronomers have discovered a distant planet with an abundance of helium in its atmosphere, which has swollen to resemble an inflated balloon. An international team of researchers, including Jessica Spake and Dr David Sing from the University of Exeter, have detected the inert gas escaping from the atmosphere of the exoplanet HAT-P-11b - found 124 light years from Earth and in the Cygnus c

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Researchers create tiny droplets of early universe matter  

Boulder CO (SPX) Dec 11, 2018 Researchers have created tiny droplets of the ultra-hot matter that once filled the early universe, forming three distinct shapes and sizes: circles, ellipses and triangles. The study, published in Nature Physics, stems from the work of an international team of scientists and focuses on a liquid-like state of matter called a quark gluon plasma. Physicists believe that this matter filled th

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Research provides insights into Sun's past, future  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 Andres Munoz-Jaramillo and Jose Manuel Vaquero, from Southwest Research Institute and University of Extremadura, respectively, have developed a new technique for looking at historic solar data to distinguish trustworthy observations from those that should be used with care. This work is critical to understanding the Sun's past and future as well as whether solar activity plays a role in climate

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Russian-German Astrophysics Observatory launch now scheduled for April 2019  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 10, 2018 It is planned to launch the Russian-German Spektr-RG astrophysics observatory that will be exploring the universe in early April, a source in the rocket and space industry told Sputnik on Sunday. "The launch of Proton-M space rocket with Blok DM-03 upper stage and a scientific laboratory Spektr-RG is planned for the first 10 days of April 2019," the source said. The astrophysics obse

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Honeycomb mirrors make Webb the most powerful Space Telescope ever  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 NASA's James Webb Space Telescope requires a primary mirror so large that it would not fit inside any existing rockets as one single, large mirror. Because of this, Webb is equipped with a revolutionary set of 18 hexagonal mirror segments that are able to fold to fit inside the rocket fairing. Their honeycomb like arrangement allows for Webb to have the largest possible reflective surface

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2018-12-11 06:22:00



Harris launches its first smallsat  

Melbourne, FL (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 Harris Corporation has launched and communicated with its first small satellite from India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle - showcasing the company's ability to provide complete end-to-end mission solutions for the fast-growing smallsat market. Harris Satellite (HSAT) is a briefcase-size 6U cubesat that provides an affordable solution for defense and commercial customers with very high-sp

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



China puts 2 Saudi satellites into orbit  

Beijing (Sputnik) Dec 10, 2018 China has successfully put into orbit two Saudi Arabia's satellites - SaudiSat 5A and SauditSat 5B, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) said in a statement. The Long March 2D carrier rocket with the two satellites was launched from the Jiuquan cosmodrome in the country's northern-central Gansu province at 12:12 a.m. local time (04:12 GMT on 7 December). Another

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



exactEarth AIS Payload on the PAZ Radar Satellite is Now Live  

Cambridge, Canada (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 exactEarth Ltd. reports that its advanced AIS payload onboard the Spanish radar satellite, PAZ, has completed its commissioning phase and is now fully-operational. The PAZ satellite is owned and operated by Hisdesat Servicios Estrategicos S.A. and hosts an AIS payload owned by exactEarth, which is the first commercial AIS payload to be in operation onboard a radar satellite. Launched earli

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Tesla CEO Elon Musk taunts US financial regulatory agency  

Washington (AFP) Dec 10, 2018 Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, openly derided the US Securities and Exchange Commission in an interview aired Sunday, having settled fraud charges with the regulatory agency over an errant tweet. "I want to be clear. I do not respect the SEC - I do not respect them" he said in an interview on the CBS network news program "60 Minutes." Musk had to resign as Tesla chairman under a September

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Dragon attached to Station, returns to Earth in January  

Houston TX (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 Three days after its launch from Florida, the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft was installed on the Earth-facing side of the International Space Station's Harmony module at 10:36 a.m. EST. The 16th contracted commercial resupply mission from SpaceX delivers more than 5,600 pounds of research, crew supplies and hardware to the orbiting laboratory. Among the research it will bring to station,

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



New Chairman of Senate Armed Services Committee Gets Space  

McLean VA (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Republican Senator Jim Inhofe's appointment as Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee bodes well for the future of space. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell recently appointed Senator Inhofe chairman following his stint as acting chairman of the committee while John McCain fought cancer in 2018.Previously, Senator Inhofe was a ranking member of the Armed Services Committee from 2

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



HTS and flat-panel antennas opening new government mobility applications  

McLean VA (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Advances in flat-panel antenna technology combined with high-throughput satellites (HTS) are opening up new mobility applications for government users. As we wrote in an earlier blog, the design makes satellite communications a viable option for new airborne, maritime, and ground-mobile applications. Recognizing the advantages of small, flat panel antennas, Intelsat has invested in Kymeta Corp.

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Global Ku-Band HTS platform provides government customers with unprecedented solutions  

McLean VA (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Government customers require reliable and resilient satcom wherever missions take them. With the successful launch of Horizons 3e, the Intelsat EpicNG global high-throughput satellite (HTS) constellation is now complete. For the U.S. military and NATO allies this means that they will have immediate access to a high performing, resilient and redundant network for mobility missions at sea, on land

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



BASF and VanderSat collaborate to provide farmers with high-precision, field-specific crop optimization  

Ludwigshafen, Germany (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 BASF and the Dutch Earth observation company VanderSat are collaborating to support farmers worldwide with even more precise, satellite data-based recommendations on application of crop inputs. VanderSat's satellite data uses high-precision microwave technology to measure soil moisture and surface temperatures in individual field zones. The technology will be an additional data source for

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



China launches rover for first far side of the moon landing  

Beijing (AFP) Dec 8, 2018 China launched a rover early Saturday destined to land on the far side of the moon, a global first that would boost Beijing's ambitions to become a space superpower, state media said. The Chang'e-4 lunar probe mission - named after the moon goddess in Chinese mythology - launched on a Long March 3B rocket from the southwestern Xichang launch centre at 2:23 am (1823 GMT), according to the o

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Ball Aerospace delivers pollution monitoring instrument to NASA  

Boulder CO (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 Ball Aerospace has delivered the Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) spectrometer to NASA after a successful final acceptance review. Once launched, TEMPO will be a space-based ultraviolet/visible light air quality spectrometer in geostationary orbit over greater North America. "Ball Aerospace has more than 30 years of innovation in advanced spectrometers and expertise

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Experiments at PPPL show remarkable agreement with satellite sightings  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Dec 10, 2018 As on Earth, so in space. A four-satellite mission that is studying magnetic reconnection - the breaking apart and explosive reconnection of the magnetic field lines in plasma that occurs throughout the universe - has found key aspects of the process in space to be strikingly similar to those found in experiments at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



Wintertime Arctic Sea Ice Growth Slows Long-term Decline: NASA  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 New NASA research has found that increases in the rate at which Arctic sea ice grows in the winter may have partially slowed down the decline of the Arctic sea ice cover. As temperatures in the Arctic have warmed at double the pace of the rest of the planet, the expanse of frozen seawater that blankets the Arctic Ocean and neighboring seas has shrunk and thinned over the past three decades

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2018-12-10 11:24:24



China launches rover for first far side of the moon landing  

Beijing (AFP) Dec 7, 2018 China launched a rover early Saturday destined to land on the far side of the moon, a global first that would boost Beijing's ambitions to become a space superpower, state media said. The Chang'e-4 lunar probe mission - named after the moon goddess in Chinese mythology - launched on a Long March 3B rocket from the southwestern Xichang launch centre at 2:23 am (1823 GMT), according to the o

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2018-12-08 02:06:16



InSight's robotic arm ready for some lifting on Mars  

Washington (UPI) Dec 7, 2018 NASA's newest Mars lander InSight is slowly readying itself for its scientific mission. The newest images captured by the lander's camera, and shared by NASA, showcase the spacecraft's robotic arm. The robotic arm can be seen in a flexed position, poised to deploy some of InSight's instruments in the coming days. One of those instruments is the craft's seismometer. Once deployed,

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2018-12-08 02:06:16



NASA's InSight lander 'hears' wind on Mars  

Tampa (AFP) Dec 7, 2018 Humans can now hear the haunting, low rumble of wind on Mars for the first time, after NASA's InSight lander captured vibrations from the breeze on the Red Planet, the US space agency said Friday. The strong gusts of wind, blowing between 10 to 15 mph (five to seven meters a second), were captured as they moved over the solar panels on InSight, an unmanned lander that touched down on Earth's

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2018-12-08 02:06:16



Planetary Defense: The Bennu Experiment  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 On Dec. 3, after traveling billions of kilometers from Earth, NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft reached its target, Bennu, and kicked off a nearly two-year, up-close investigation of the asteroid. It will inspect nearly every square inch of this ancient clump of rubble left over from the formation of our solar system. Ultimately, the spacecraft will pick up a sample of pebbles and dust from Bennu's s

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



NASA's Mars InSight Flexes Its Arm  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 07, 2018 New images from NASA's Mars InSight lander show its robotic arm is ready to do some lifting. With a reach of nearly 6 feet (2 meters), the arm will be used to pick up science instruments from the lander's deck, gently setting them on the Martian surface at Elysium Planitia, the lava plain where InSight touched down on Nov. 26. But first, the arm will use its Instrument Deployment Cam

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



An exoplanet inflated like a balloon  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Although helium is a rare element on Earth, it is ubiquitous in the Universe. It is, after hydrogen, the main component of stars and gaseous giant planets. Despite its abundance, helium was only detected recently in the atmosphere of a gaseous giant by an international team including astronomers from the University of Geneva (UNIGE), Switzerland. The team, this time led by Genevan research

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



UA, GeoNorth and Lockheed team up to collect Arctic surveillance data for Geospatial agency  

Fairbanks AK (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) awarded GeoNorth Information Systems (GNIS) a five-year, $15 million contract for persistent surveillance services of the Arctic region. Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) will provide a scalable geospatial processing platform to enable the surveillance project. GNIS will leverage Lockheed Martin's Rosetta technology, which includes a versatile an

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



George H.W. Bush's overlooked legacy in space exploration  

Washington DC (The Conversation) Dec 07, 2018 On July 20, 1989, the 20th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, President George H. W. Bush stood on the steps of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. and, backed by the Apollo 11 crew, announced his new Space Exploration Initiative (SEI). He believed that this new program would put America on a track to return to the moon and make an eventual push to Mars. "The time

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Inmarsat to be first commercial customer for the new H3 launch vehicle  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Inmarsathas entered into an agreement with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) to be the first commercial customer to place an order for the new H3 launch vehicle. The maiden flight of H3 is scheduled for 2020 with Inmarsat planning to deploy the new launch vehicle after 2022. This is the second agreement entered by Inmarsat and MHI, following the launch services contract awarded to MH

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Ariane 6 on the way to flight  

Paris (ESA) Dec 07, 2018 This has been an intense year for Ariane 6 development, with progress boosted across Europe: plants are manufacturing new parts using novel methods, all engines have been tested, and the construction of launch facilities is well underway. ESA has worked with an industrial network led by prime contractor ArianeGroup, of more than 600 companies in 13 European countries, including 350 small-

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Unknown treasure trove of planets found hiding in dust  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 "Super-Earths" and Neptune-sized planets could be forming around young stars in much greater numbers than scientists thought, new research by an international team of astronomers suggests. Observing a sampling of young stars in a star-forming region in the constellation Taurus, researchers found many of them to be surrounded by structures that can best be explained as traces created by inv

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



An exoplanet loses its atmosphere in the form of a tail  

Madrid, Spain (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 A new study, led by scientists from the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (IAC), reveals that the giant exoplanet WASP-69b carries a comet-like tail made up of helium particles escaping from its gravitational field propelled by the ultraviolet radiation of its star. The results of this work are published in the journal Science. To detect the atmosphere of the giant exoplanet WASP-69b th

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Prediction of Sun's Activity Over the Next Decade  

Kolkata, India (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 The Sun's activity influences environmental conditions in space, adversely affecting satellites and space-based technologies such as telecommunications and navigational networks. The Sun is also the primary natural source of energy for Earth's climate. The Sun's activity level changes, but predicting these changes has been challenging. Now a team of two scientists from the Center of Excell

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Australia Leads Project to Revolutionize Astronomy  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 Australian scientists will lead the design phase of a multimillion-dollar project for a new system on one of the world's most powerful ground-based optical telescopes that will produce images up to three times sharper than the Hubble Space Telescope. Two partners in the Australian Astronomical Optics (AAO) consortium - The Australian National University (ANU, AAO-Stromlo) and Macquarie Uni

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



First Light for SPECULOOS Telescopes at Paranal Observatory  

Garching, Germany (SPX) Dec 07, 2018 The SPECULOOS project has made its first observations at the European Southern Observatory's Paranal Observatory in northern Chile. SPECULOOS will focus on detecting Earth-sized planets orbiting nearby ultra-cool stars and brown dwarfs. The SPECULOOS Southern Observatory (SSO) has been successfully installed at the Paranal Observatory and has obtained its first engineering and calibration

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Putin threatens to develop nuclear missiles banned by US-Russia treaty  

Moscow (AFP) Dec 5, 2018 A defiant Vladimir Putin on Wednesday threatened to develop nuclear missiles banned under a treaty with the United States after Washington gave Moscow a deadline to comply with the key arms control agreement. The latest spike in tensions came a day after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington would withdraw from a major Cold War treaty limiting mid-range nuclear arms within 60 day

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Satellite images show activity at N. Korean missile base: CNN  

Washington (AFP) Dec 5, 2018 North Korea has expanded a key long-range missile base in the months since a summit between the country's leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump, according to satellite images published by CNN on Wednesday. The two men met in Singapore in June and signed a vaguely worded document that pledged to "work toward" the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, though it did not

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



Discovery of single material that produces white light could boost efficiency of LED bulbs  

Toledo OH (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 Physicists at The University of Toledo are part of an international team of scientists who discovered a single material that produces white light, opening the door for a new frontier in lighting, which accounts for one-fifth of global energy consumption. "Due to its high efficiency, this new material can potentially replace the current phosphors used in LED lights - eliminating the blue-ti

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2018-12-07 10:44:31



NASA sends new research, hardware to Space Station on SpaceX mission  

Houston TX (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 Experiments in forest observation, protein crystal growth and in-space fuel transfer demonstration are heading to the International Space Station following the launch Wednesday of SpaceX's 16th mission for NASA under the agency's Commercial Resupply Services contract. The company's Dragon spacecraft lifted off at 1:16 p.m. EST on a Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canav

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



Rocket Lab prepares to launch historic CubeSat mission for NASA  

Huntington Beach CA (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 US small satellite launch company Rocket Lab is gearing up for the company's third orbital launch of the year, the Educational Launch of Nanosatellites (ELaNa)-19 mission for NASA. The launch is a significant moment for the small satellite industry, as it's the first time NASA CubeSats will enjoy a dedicated ride to orbit on a commercial launch vehicle, thanks to NASA's forward-leaning Venture C

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



PoSSUM scientist-astronaut candidates test novel space suits and biometric monitoring systems  

Ottawa, Canada (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 he National Research Council of Canada's Flight Research Laboratory in Ottawa, Ontario recently completed its fourth microgravity flight campaign with Project PoSSUM, a non-profit citizen-science astronautics research organization with members from 37 countries. Such parabolic flights provide an opportunity to test in a weightless environment simulating that of space. This campaign boasted

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



UConn Research Project Heading to International Space Station  

Storrs CT (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 An experiment devised by researchers at UConn startup LambdaVision will be launched into space tomorrow. The company's robotic system to manufacture films that could cure blindness will be brought to the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory by the SpaceX Dragon spacecraft. The experiment is one of a diverse group of research investigations intended to benefit life on Earth

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



Mars 2020 rover mission camera system 'Mastcam-Z' testing begins at ASU  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 Arizona State University research technician and Mars 2020 Mastcam-Z calibration engineer Andy Winhold waited patiently on the loading dock of ASU's Interdisciplinary Science and Technology Building IV in anticipation of the arrival of a very special delivery. On board the delivery truck was precious cargo from Malin Space Science Systems, a test model of "Mastcam-Z," the mast-mounted came

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



Copernicus Sentinel-5P ozone boosts daily forecasts  

Paris (ESA) Dec 06, 2018 Measurements of atmospheric ozone from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite are now being used in daily forecasts of air quality. Launched in October 2017, Copernicus Sentinel-5P - short for Sentinel-5 Precursor - is the first Copernicus satellite dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere. It is part of the fleet of Copernicus Sentinel missions that ESA develops for the European Union's envir

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



NASA Science Shows Human Impact of Clean Air Policies  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 As local, federal, and international policies targeting the quality of the air we breathe continue to evolve, questions arise of how effective existing policies have been in improving human health. For example, how many lives have been saved by tough air pollution policies? How many illnesses have been caused by lax policies? NASA recently initiated two projects to provide some answers dra

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



New ammonia emission sources detected from space  

Paris, France (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 Researchers from the CNRS and the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) have prepared the first global map of the distribution of atmospheric ammonia (NH3) by analyzing measurements taken by satellites between 2008 and 2016. The IASI interferometer developed by the CNES allowed them to catalog more than 200 ammonia sources, two-thirds of which had never been identified before. These sources

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



Bizarre 'dark fluid' with negative mass could dominate the universe - what my research suggests  

Oxford UK (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 It's embarrassing, but astrophysicists are the first to admit it. Our best theoretical model can only explain 5% of the universe. The remaining 95% is famously made up almost entirely of invisible, unknown material dubbed dark energy and dark matter. So even though there are a billion trillion stars in the observable universe, they are actually extremely rare. The two mysterious dark subst

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



BepiColombo now firing on all cylinders  

Paris (ESA) Dec 06, 2018 BepiColombo, the joint ESA/JAXA spacecraft on a mission to Mercury, is now firing its thrusters for the first time in flight. On Sunday, BepiColombo carried out the first successful manoeuver using two of its four electric propulsion thrusters. After more than a week of testing which saw each thruster individually and meticulously put through its paces, the intrepid explorer is now one ste

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



COSINE-100 experiment investigates dark matter mystery  

New Haven CT (SPX) Dec 06, 2018 Yale scientists are part of a new international experiment that challenges previous claims about the detection of non-luminous dark matter. Astrophysical evidence suggests that the universe contains a large amount of non-luminous dark matter, yet no definite signal of it has been observed despite concerted efforts by many experimental groups. One exception to this is the long-debated claim

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



US gives Russia 60 days to comply with nuclear treaty  

Brussels (AFP) Dec 4, 2018 The United States warned Russia on Tuesday it will withdraw from a major Cold War treaty limiting mid-range nuclear arms if Moscow does not dismantle missiles that Washington says breach it within 60 days. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Washington would no longer be bound by the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty unless Moscow withdraws a new system that has threaten

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2018-12-06 05:35:08



SpaceX launches cargo, but fails to land rocket  

Cape Canaveral FL (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 SpaceX on Wednesday blasted off its unmanned Dragon cargo ship, loaded with supplies, science experiments and food for the astronauts living at the International Space Station but failed to successfully land its booster afterwards. "We have had a great liftoff," said SpaceX commentator John Insprucker, as the Falcon 9 rocket soared into the sunny, blue sky over Cape Canaveral, Florida at 1:16 pm (1816 GMT), carrying 5,600 pounds (2,500 kilograms) of gear.

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Space makes you a different person reflects Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev  

Athens (Sputnik) Dec 05, 2018 These days Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev is rehabilitating in Greece. After two space missions and a total time of 365 days, 23 hours and 5 minutes spent in space, the Russian cosmonaut has chosen Greece to get back to "earthly rhythms". Artemyev is a great lover of the country. "Long live the friendship of Russia and Greece" was the message in the autograph that he gave to Sputnik Greek

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Radio Search for Artificial Emissions from 'Oumuamua  

Mountain View CA (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 It's the first time a visitor from another star system has been seen nearby. But what is it? An asteroid, a comet ... or an alien artifact? Scientists at the SETI Institute have attempted to address this question by using the Allen Telescope Array (ATA) to observe 'Oumuamua when it was about 170 million miles away, or slightly less than the diameter of Earth's orbit. The intention wa

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Topping Off a Telescope with New Tools to Explore Dark Energy  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 Key components for the sky-mapping Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI), weighing about 12 tons, were hoisted atop the Mayall Telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO) near Tucson, Arizona, and bolted into place Wednesday, marking a major project milestone. DESI will create the largest 3-D map of the universe by gathering light from tens of millions of galaxies after its sc

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



The 'Camera That Saved Hubble' Turns 25  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 05, 2018 Twenty-five years ago this week, NASA held its collective breath as seven astronauts on space shuttle Endeavour caught up with the Hubble Space Telescope 353 miles (568 kilometers) above Earth. Their mission: to fix a devastating flaw in the telescope's primary mirror. About the size of a school bus, the Hubble Space Telescope has an 8-foot (2.4-meter) primary mirror. The largest optical t

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Bringing balance to the universe: New theory could explain missing 95 percent of the cosmos  

Oxford UK (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 Scientists at the University of Oxford may have solved one of the biggest questions in modern physics, with a new paper unifying dark matter and dark energy into a single phenomenon: a fluid which possesses 'negative mass'. If you were to push a negative mass, it would accelerate towards you. This astonishing new theory may also prove right a prediction that Einstein made 100 years ago. Ou

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Squad X Improves Situational Awareness, Coordination for Dismounted Units  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 The first test of DARPA's Squad X Experimentation program successfully demonstrated the ability to extend and enhance the situational awareness of small, dismounted units. In a weeklong test series at Twentynine Palms, California, U.S. Marine squads improved their ability to synchronize maneuvers, employing autonomous air and ground vehicles to detect threats from multiple domains - physic

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



New study explores ecosystem stability  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 In an era of rapid ecological change, scientists are turning to historical periods of persistence to better understand what drives stability. A team from the California Academy of Sciences and the Field Museum of Natural History has examined the structural complexity of ancient ecosystems by looking at the number of species and how they're organized by function, such as top predators or decompos

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



US Air Force Academy and Texas AM University leverage Zero-G's weightless lab ahead of SpaceX launch  

Orlando, FL (SPX) Dec 05, 2018 Zero Gravity Corporation's Weightless Lab served as a valuable testing ground for the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA), supported in part by Texas A and M University (TAMU) Construction Science Department, as they evaluated the FalconSAT-X on a zero-gravity flight that took place on Nov. 13. The parabolic flight experiments raise readiness levels for launches such as the Dec. 3rd FalconSA

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Earth's polar regions communicate via oceanic 'postcards,' atmospheric 'text messages'  

Corvallis OR (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Scientists have documented a two-part climatic connection between the North Atlantic Ocean and Antarctica, a fast atmospheric channel and a much slower oceanic one, that caused rapid changes in climate during the last ice age - and may again. In a new study published this week in Nature, an international team of scientists describe how extremely abrupt climate change events 60,000 to 12,00

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Greenhouse gas detergent recycles itself in atmosphere  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 A simple molecule in the atmosphere that acts as a "detergent" to breakdown methane and other greenhouse gases has been found to recycle itself to maintain a steady global presence in the face of rising emissions, according to new NASA research. Understanding its role in the atmosphere is critical for determining the lifetime of methane, a powerful contributor to climate change. The hydrox

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Climate from space art competition  

Paris (ESA) Dec 04, 2018 Are you an artist with an interest in Earth observation and the climate? Do you fancy a three-month visiting artist post at ESA's establishment in the UK? Then here's your chance: enter the Climate from Space competition before 31 December. ESA is hunting for a creative artist who can engage with the public on the wealth of climate data amassed by Earth observation satellites. The wi

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Fossil algae reveal 500 million years of climate change  

Amsterdam, Netherlands (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 Earth scientists are able to travel far back in time to reconstruct the geological past and paleoclimate to make better predictions about future climate conditions. Scientists at the Netherlands Institute for Sea Research (NIOZ) and Utrecht University succeeded in developing a new indicator (proxy) of ancient CO2-levels, using the organic molecule phytane, a debris product of chlorophyll.

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2018-12-05 21:51:02



Watch live: After delay, SpaceX to launch space station resupply mission  

(UPI) Dec 5, 2018 After a delay caused by moldy mouse treats, NASA and SpaceX are once again ready to get the latest space station resupply mission underway. SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket and Dragon capsule are scheduled to launch from Cape Canaveral at 1:16 p.m. ET Wednesday. The launch cargo resupply mission, the 16th carried out by SpaceX, will be broadcast live on NASA TV. "Meteorologists wi

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2018-12-05 13:02:30



Arianespace Orbits GSAT-11 and Geo-Kompsat-2A for India and South Korea  

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Dec 04, 2018 Arianespace has successfully orbited two satellites: GSAT-11 for ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation), and GEO-KOMPSAT-2A for KARI (Korea Aerospace Research Institute). With this mission dedicated to space applications for telecommunications and meteorology, Arianespace once again contributes to the improvement of life on Earth. The sixth Ariane 5 launch of the year took place on Tues

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2018-12-05 13:02:30



China Will Launch First Probe to Moon's Far Side Later This Week  

Beijing (Sputnik) Dec 05, 2018 On December 8, China's space agency will launch the Chang'e-4 probe, the first to visit the surface of the far side of the moon. The China National Space Administration (CNSA) has been setting the stage for a number of remote lunar operations, launching the Queqiao communications satellite to an orbit on the far side of the moon this past May and planning out its new Long March 9 heavy lif

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2018-12-05 13:02:30



Moldy mouse food postpones SpaceX launch  

Kennedy Space Center FL (AFP) Dec 04, 2018 SpaceX has postponed its cargo launch to the International Space Station until Wednesday after mold was found on food bars for a mouse experiment bound for the orbiting outpost, NASA said. The launch was initially set for Tuesday. The new time is 1:16 pm (1816 GMT) Wednesday. "The launch was moved to Wednesday after mold was found on food bars for a rodent investigation prior to hand

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



UK will build its own satellite-navigation system after Brexit  

London, UK (Sputnik) Dec 03, 2018 UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced that Britain would explore the possibility of building its own satellite navigation system instead of relying on the EU's Galileo, compelling another minister in her Cabinet to resign. May announced on Friday that the UK was pulling out of the EU's satellite navigation system which was designed to compete with the US GPS system and is due to be launc

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Galileo satellites prove Einstein's Relativity Theory to highest accuracy yet  

Paris (ESA) Dec 04, 2018 Europe's Galileo satellite navigation system - already serving users globally - has now provided a historic service to the physics community worldwide, enabling the most accurate measurement ever made of how shifts in gravity alter the passing of time, a key element of Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. Two European fundamental physics teams working in parallel have independently ach

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft Arrives at Asteroid Bennu  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 NASA's Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx,) spacecraft completed its 1.2 billion-mile (2 billion-kilometer) journey to arrive at the asteroid Bennu Monday. The spacecraft executed a maneuver that transitioned it from flying toward Bennu to operating around the asteroid. Now, at about 11.8 miles (19 kilometers) from Bennu's Sun-

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Portsmouth researchers make vital contribution to new gravitational wave discoveries  

Portsmouth UK (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 Researchers from the University of Portsmouth have made vital contributions to the observations of four new gravitational waves, which were announced this weekend (1 December). The new results are from the National Science Foundation's LIGO (Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory) and the European-based VIRGO gravitational-wave detector. The results were announced at the Gravi

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Radio JOVE From NASA: Tuning In to Your Local Celestial Radio Show  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 What does Jupiter sound like? If you had to take a guess, would you imagine the sharp staccato of popcorn popping? The slow static of waves reaching the shore? As it turns out, Jupiter produces a cacophony of such sounds and all you need to hear them for yourself is a box the size of a DVD player. The universe is full of radio emissions. Many objects in space emit radio waves, and scientis

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Fleet Space Technologies' Centauri launched aboard SpaceX Falcon 9  

Vandenberg AFB CA (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Fleet Space Technologies' second Centauri nanosatellite was successfully launched aboard SpaceX's Falcon 9 SSO-A mission from Vandenberg Air Force Base, in California. This is the fourth commercial satellite launched by the Adelaide-based IoT startup in the past month, after Centauri I was launched aboard Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) PSLV-C43 mission on Thursday 29 November

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



A step closer to fusion energy  

Swansea UK (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 Harnessing nuclear fusion, which powers the sun and stars, to help meet earth's energy needs, is a step closer after researchers showed that using two types of imaging can help them assess the safety and reliability of parts used in a fusion energy device. Scientists from Swansea University, Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, ITER in France, and the Max-Planck Institute of Plasma Physics in

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Double Trouble: A White Dwarf Surprises Astronomers  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 Astronomers have detected a bright X-ray outburst from a star in the Small Magellanic Cloud, a nearby galaxy almost 200,000 light years from Earth. A combination of X-ray and optical data indicate that the source of this radiation is a white dwarf star that may be the fastest-growing white dwarf ever observed. In several billion years, our Sun will run out of most of its nuclear fuel and s

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Radiance Technologies tapped for U.S. Army laser research  

Washington (UPI) Nov 30, 2018 The U.S. Army is contracting Radiance Technologies for high energy laser lethality research, assessment and support in the amount of $28.2 million. Work on the contract, announced Thursday by the Department of Defense, will be performed in Huntsville, Ala., and is expected to be completed by November 2023. It falls under a small business contract under acquisition rules, though R

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



A golden age for particle analysis  

Nuremberg, Germany (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Process engineers at Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg (FAU) have developed a method which allows the size and shape of nanoparticles in dispersions to be determined considerably quicker than ever before. Based on gold nanorods, they demonstrated how length and diameter distributions can be measured accurately in just one step instead of the complicated series of electron microsc

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



NATO exercises cyber defences as threat grows  

Tartu, Estonia (AFP) Nov 30, 2018 In a nondescript brick building on the snowy edge of Estonia's second city Tartu, soldiers in camouflage tap silently at computers. They are troops manning the 21st century's front line. With its harsh lighting and partitioned desks, the room could be any soulless office. But this is NATO's "cyber range" and these men and women are running the alliance's biggest cyber warfare exercise, an e

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Roscosmos Targeted by Info Attack to Hamper Revival of Space Industry in Russia  

Moscow (Sputnik) Dec 04, 2018 Roscosmos has been targeted by an information attack launched by forces in Russia and abroad to create an image of a state corporation "devouring" federal funds and to prevent the country from regaining its leadership in space exploration, Roscosmos spokesman Vladimir Ustimenko said in an interview with Sputnik. 'The [Russian space] industry has just started restructuring to create industr

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Millennium Space Systems Completes Successful ALTAIR Pathfinder Mission  

El Segundo CA (SPX) Dec 04, 2018 Millennium Space Systems completed the final phase of its highly successful ALTAIR Pathfinder satellite mission Nov. 17. After 548 days operating the satellite from the ALTAIR mission operations center at Millennium's headquarters in El Segundo, and amassing more than 13,000 hours of performance to reduce technology risk, the ALTAIR Pathfinder operations team decommissioned the satellite and pre

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2018-12-04 23:05:47



Four New Gravitational Wave Detections Announced  

London, UK (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Four new gravitational wave detections have been announced including the most massive and distant source ever observed. The results are included in a new paper from the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and the VIRGO gravitational-wave detector, which presents analysis of 10 stellar-mass binary black hole mergers and one neutron star merger. Professor Sheila Rowan

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2018-12-04 09:28:38



Soyuz arrives at ISS on first manned mission since October failure  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) Dec 3, 2018 A Soyuz spacecraft carrying Russian, American and Canadian astronauts arrived at the International Space Station on Monday, following the first manned launch since a failed launch in October. Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Anne McClain of NASA and David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency blasted off from Kazakhstan's Baikonur Cosmodrome earlier in the day. They successfully do

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



NASA's first asteroid sample-collector arrives at target, Bennu  

Tampa (AFP) Dec 3, 2018 NASA's first-ever mission designed to visit an asteroid and return a sample of its dust back to Earth arrived Monday at its destination, Bennu, two years after launching from Cape Canaveral, Florida. The $800 million unmanned mission, known as OSIRIS-REx, made a rendez-vous with the asteroid at around 12:10 pm (1710 GMT), firing its engines a final time. "We have arrived," said Javier Ce

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



SpaceX launches 64 satellites at once  

Washington DC (AFP) Dec 04, 2018 SpaceX launched its Falcon 9 rocket on Monday, sending an unusual payload into space - 64 satellites at the same time, a US record. And the company headed by US tech billionaire Elon Musk marked another milestone in its bid to make rockets more re-usable, like airplanes: the blast-off used a recycled booster for the third time. California-based SpaceX has landed more than 30 of these

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



SpaceX launches pioneering UK maritime communications satellite  

London, UK (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 British built VESTA telecommunications satellite will improve safety and security for commercial shipping. The first of its kind satellite was launched this evening (03 December) into a 575 km sun-synchronous orbit as part of Spaceflight's SSO-A SmallSat Express mission on-board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenburg Air Force Base, USA, at 18:30 GMT. VESTA ('VdES Transmitting sAte

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



SPACE-SI selects Arianespace to launch the NEMO-HD microsat on VEGA  

Ebry, France (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Arianespace has been chosen by the Slovenian Centre of Excellence for Space Sciences and Technologies (SPACE-SI) to launch the NEMO-HD microsat on the Vega launch vehicle as part of the Small Spacecraft Mission Service (SSMS) Proof of Concept (POC) flight in 2019. NEMO-HD, the microsatellite for Earth monitoring and observation in high-definition, will be capable of performing real-time im

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Ascent Trajectories and Gravity Turns  

Bethesda, MD (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Almost all space launch vehicles liftoff from the ground in the vertical direction and continue to orbit along an ascent trajectory that is usually optimized for the conditions in order to maximize performance while maintaining conservative safety margins. The actual shape of the path to orbit is influenced by a number of factors, including winds and the desired payload injection parameter

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Taking the Measure of an Asteroid  

BOULDER CO (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 CU Boulder scientists have a front row seat to observe a NASA spacecraft as it approaches the asteroid Bennu, coming to within 4.5 miles of the space rock. This meet up, which happened this morning, is the first in a series of planned close encounters between the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) and Bennu. A flyby taking pla

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Over Five Months Without Word From Opportunity  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Dec 03, 2018 Mars atmospheric opacity (tau) over the rover site remains at a storm-free level of 0.8. Since loss of signal on Sol 5111 (June 10, 2018), 359 recovery commands have been radiated including on both polarizations. No signal from Opportunity has been heard. Opportunity likely experienced a low-power fault, a mission clock fault and an up-loss timer fault. The project has been lis

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Four New Gravitational Wave Events from Black Hole Mergers  

College Park MD (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 Scientists announced four new observations of gravitational waves - ripples in the fabric of spacetime - from the final moments of black hole mergers. The twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors - located in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington - and the Virgo detector located near Pisa, Italy, detected the gravitational wave events. The Vi

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Water on Saturn's Moon Phoebe Is Out of This World  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 By developing a new method for measuring isotopic ratios of water and carbon dioxide remotely, scientists have found that the water in Saturn's rings and satellites is unexpectedly like water on the Earth, except on Saturn's moon Phoebe, where the water is more unusual than on any other object so far studied in the solar system. The results, found in the Icarus paper "Isotopic Ratios of Sa

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Telescopes Reveal More Than 100 Exoplanets  

Tokyo, Japan (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 An international team of astronomers using a combination of ground and space based telescopes have reported more than 100 extrasolar planets (here after, exoplanets) in only three months. These planets are quite diverse and expected to play a large role in developing the research field of exoplanets and life in the universe. Exoplanets, planets that revolve around stars other than the Sun,

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Scientists Detect Biggest Known Black-Hole Collision  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 An international team of scientists have detected ripples in space and time, known as gravitational waves, from the biggest known black-hole collision that formed a new black hole about 80 times larger than the Sun - and from another three black-hole mergers. The Australian National University (ANU) is playing a lead role in Australia's involvement with the gravitational wave discovery thr

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2018-12-03 23:24:08



Newly discovered supernova complicates origin story theories  

Washington DC (SPX) Dec 03, 2018 A supernova discovered by an international group of astronomers including Carnegie's Tom Holoien and Maria Drout, and led by University of Hawaii's Ben Shappee, provides an unprecedented look at the first moments of a violent stellar explosion. The light from the explosion's first hours showed an unexpected pattern, which Carnegie's Anthony Piro analyzed to reveal that the genesis of these pheno

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2018-12-03 23:24:08






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