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Astronomers capture first image of a black hole  

Frankfurt, Germany (SPX) Apr 10, 2019 The Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) operates a planet-scale array of eight ground-based radio telescopes that are linked together. The Black Hole Cam (BHC) Team, led by astrophysicists from Goethe University in Frankfurt, the Max-Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy (MPIfR) in Bonn and the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, are part of this collaboration. "We are giving humanit

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2019-04-19 10:36:31



Jellyfish galaxy swims into view of NASA's upcoming Webb Telescope  

Baltimore MD (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 If you look at the galaxy ESO 137-001 in visible light, you can see why it's considered an example of a "jellyfish" galaxy. Blue ribbons of young stars dangle from the galaxy's disk like cosmic tentacles. If you look at the galaxy in X-ray light, however, you will find a giant tail of hot gas streaming behind the galaxy. After launch, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope will study ESO 137-001 to l

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2019-04-19 09:04:54



'Snowball chamber' helps researchers use supercooled water to search for dark matter  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 After watching YouTube videos of people supercooling water in a bottle and then triggering it to freeze by banging it, something about this concept solidified for Matthew M. Szydagis, an assistant professor of physics at the University at Albany, State University at New York, especially when he saw it again during the Disney movie "Frozen." During the 2019 American Physical Society April M

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2019-04-19 04:59:55



One Comet, 70,000 Images on the Internet  

Gottingen, Germany (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 Between 2014 and 2016, the scientific camera system OSIRIS onboard ESA's Rosetta spacecraft captured almost 70,000 images of comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. They not only document the most extensive and demanding comet mission to date, but also show the duck-shaped body in all its facets. In a joint project with the Department of Information and Communication at Flensburg University of Ap

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2019-04-19 02:58:35



Lithium in ancient star gives new clues for big bang nucleosynthesis  

La Palma, Spain (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 Researchers from the Instituto de Astrofisica de Canarias (Spain) and the University of Cambridge (UK) have detected lithium (Li) in the ancient star J0023+0307, a main-sequence extremely iron-poor dwarf star about 9,450 light-years away in the galactic halo. The study of the most ancient stars in the Milky Way allows us to infer the early properties of the galaxy, its chemical composition

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2019-04-19 01:59:50



Universe's first type of molecule found at last  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 The first type of molecule that ever formed in the universe has been detected in space for the first time, after decades of searching. Scientists discovered its signature in our own galaxy using the world's largest airborne observatory, NASA's Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy, or SOFIA, as the aircraft flew high above the Earth's surface and pointed its sensitive instruments out

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2019-04-19 01:39:09



Engineers tap DNA to create 'lifelike' machines  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Apr 15, 2019 Tapping into the unique nature of DNA, Cornell engineers have created simple machines constructed of biomaterials with properties of living things. Using what they call DASH (DNA-based Assembly and Synthesis of Hierarchical) materials, engineers constructed a DNA material with capabilities of metabolism, in addition to self-assembly and organization - three key traits of life. "We ar

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2019-04-18 11:34:48



Explosion on Jupiter-sized star 10 times more powerful than ever seen on our sun  

Warwick UK (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 A stellar flare ten times more powerful than anything seen on our sun has burst from an ultracool star almost the same size as Jupiter. The star is the coolest and smallest to give off a rare white-light superflare, and by some definitions could be too small be considered a star. The discovery, funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council, is published in the Monthly Notic

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2019-04-18 09:13:46



The discrete-time physics hiding inside our continuous-time world  

Santa Fe NM (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Scientists believe that time is continuous, not discrete - roughly speaking, they believe that it does not progress in "chunks," but rather "flows," smoothly and continuously. So they often model the dynamics of physical systems as continuous-time "Markov processes," named after mathematician Andrey Markov. Indeed, scientists have used these processes to investigate a range of real-world process

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2019-04-18 06:38:51



NASA Invites You to 'Picture Earth' for Earth Day  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 15, 2019 Our magnificent planet is always ready for its close-up. On Earth Day, April 22, NASA wants to see your take. NASA invites you to celebrate the planet we call home with our #PictureEarth social media event. Post a close-up photo on social media of your favorite natural features, such as crashing waves, ancient trees, blooming flowers or stunning sunsets. Use the hashtag #PictureEarth and u

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2019-04-18 05:27:09



A small step for China: Mars base for teens opens in desert  

Jinchang, China (AFP) April 17, 2019 In the middle of China's Gobi desert sits a Mars base simulator, but instead of housing astronauts training to live on the Red Planet, the facility is full of teenagers on a school trip. Surrounded by barren hills in northwestern Gansu province, "Mars Base 1" opened on Wednesday with the aim of exposing teens - and soon tourists - to what life could be like on the planet. The facility'

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2019-04-18 04:55:35



First launch of Soyuz MS on new Soyuz-2 rocket planned for 2020  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 18, 2019 A manned Soyuz MS spaceship will be launched to the International Space Station using a new Soyuz-2 launch vehicle in the first six months of 2020, Dmitry Baranov, the director general of Russia's Progress Rocket Space Center, told Sputnik. "The first launch of the manned transport spacecraft Soyuz MS using the Soyuz-2 launch vehicle with a crew on board will take place in the first half o

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2019-04-18 04:46:56



Five Planets Revealed After 20 Years of Observation  

Geneva, Switzerland (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 Over 4,000 exoplanets have been discovered since the first one in 1995, but the vast majority of them orbit their stars with relatively short periods of revolution. Indeed, to confirm the presence of a planet, it is necessary to wait until it has made one or more revolutions around its star. This can take from a few days for the closest to the star to decades for the furthest away: Jupiter for e

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2019-04-18 03:54:47



Scientists find evidence Mercury has a solid inner core  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 Scientists have long known that Earth and Mercury have metallic cores. Like Earth, Mercury's outer core is composed of liquid metal, but there have only been hints that Mercury's innermost core is solid. Now, in a new study, scientists report evidence that Mercury's inner core is indeed solid and that it is very nearly the same size as Earth's solid inner core. Some scientists compare Merc

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2019-04-18 03:43:58



Earliest life may have arisen in ponds, not oceans  

Boston MA (SPX) Apr 15, 2019 Primitive ponds may have provided a suitable environment for brewing up Earth's first life forms, more so than oceans, a new MIT study finds. Researchers report that shallow bodies of water, on the order of 10 centimeters deep, could have held high concentrations of what many scientists believe to be a key ingredient for jump-starting life on Earth: nitrogen. In shallow ponds, nitrog

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2019-04-18 03:41:48



Global Challenge Launched to Build Exoplanet Data Solutions  

London, UK (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 ARIEL, a mission to make the first large-scale survey of exoplanet atmospheres, has launched a global competition series to find innovative solutions for the interpretation and analysis of exoplanet data. The first ARIEL Data Challenge invites professional and amateur data scientists around the world to use machine learning (ML) to remove noise from exoplanet observations caused by starspots and

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2019-04-18 03:29:24



What is North Korea's New Weapon?  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 North Korea has made a very public statement on the test of a new form of "tactical guided" weapon, which was conducted recently under the watchful eye of leader Kim Jong-Un. Exactly how the world will react to this is unclear at the time of writing, and the North Koreans themselves could have more than one objective. A test like this could have been conducted discreetly, but North Korea d

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2019-04-18 03:17:58



TESS finds its first Earth-sized planet  

Pasadena, CA (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 A nearby system hosts the first Earth-sized planet discovered by NASA's Transiting Exoplanets Survey Satellite, as well as a warm sub-Neptune-sized world, according to a new paper from a team of astronomers that includes Carnegie's Johanna Teske, Paul Butler, Steve Shectman, Jeff Crane, and Sharon Wang. Their work is published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters. "It's so exciting t

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2019-04-18 02:50:51



China to enhance international space cooperation  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 18, 2019 China will promote aerospace development, strengthen international cooperation and contribute Chinese wisdom, plans and strength in man's peaceful utilization of outer space, said an official with China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Wednesday. Zhao Jian, deputy director of the Department of System Engineering of CNSA, said at a press conference that the "Forum on Space Solutions:

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2019-04-18 02:36:21



NASA, Blue Origin agreement signals growth of commercial space  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 18, 2019 Officials from NASA and the private space company Blue Origin have signed an agreement that grants the company use of a historic test stand as the agency focuses on returning to the Moon and on to Mars, and America's commercial space industry continues to grow. Under a Commercial Space Launch Act agreement, Blue Origin will upgrade and refurbish Test Stand 4670, at NASA's Marshall Space Fl

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2019-04-18 01:12:53



Multiple Denisovan-related ancestries in Papuans  

Leipzig, Germany (SPX) Apr 13, 2019 The findings are based on a new study led by Murray Cox from Massey University in New Zealand and made possible by sampling efforts led by Herawati Sudoyo from the Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology in Jakarta, Indonesia. The data were collected and analyzed by an international team of researchers, including Mark Stoneking from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. T

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2019-04-17 11:27:16



New species of early human found in the Philippines  

Canberra, Australia (SPX) Apr 15, 2019 An international team of researchers have uncovered the remains of a new species of human in the Philippines, proving the region played a key role in hominin evolutionary history. The new species, Homo luzonensis is named after Luzon Island, where the more than 50,000 year old fossils were found during excavations at Callao Cave. Co-author and a lead member of the team, Professor Philip Pi

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2019-04-17 11:09:47



Ice Ages occur when tropical islands and continents collide  

Berkeley CA (SPX) Apr 15, 2019 University of California scientists think they know why Earth's generally warm and balmy climate over the past billion years has occasionally been interrupted by cold snaps that enshroud the poles with ice and occasionally turn the planet into a snowball. The key trigger, they say, is mountain formation in the tropics as continental land masses collide with volcanic island arcs, such as th

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2019-04-17 10:02:38



Light from exotic particle states  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 When particles bond in free space, they normally create atoms or molecules. However, much more exotic bonding states can be produced inside solid objects. Researchers at TU Wien have now managed to utilise this: so-called "multi-particle exciton complexes" have been produced by applying electrical pulses to extremely thin layers of material made from tungsten and selenium or sulphur.

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2019-04-17 08:23:49



Physicists improve understanding of heat and particle flow in the edge of a fusion device  

Plainsboro NJ (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have discovered valuable information about how electrically charged gas known as "plasma" flows at the edge inside doughnut-shaped fusion devices called "tokamaks." The findings mark an encouraging sign for the development of machines to produce fusion energy for generating electricity without creating

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2019-04-17 06:06:02



Indian Scientists Make Deepest Radio Images of the Sun  

Pune, India (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 The Sun is the brightest object in the sky which is probably the most studied object. Surprisingly, it still hosts mysteries which scientists have been trying to unravel for decades, for example, the origin of coronal mass ejections which can potentially affect the Earth. Led by Dr. Divya Oberoi and his Ph.D. students, Atul Mohan and Surajit Mondal, a team of scientists at the National Centre fo

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2019-04-17 04:41:34



Sea Launch venture may be moved from US to Russia's Far East  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2019 The redeployment of the Sea Launch space launch venture from the US State of California to Russia's Far East may be discussed soon, a Russian space industry source told Sputnik. "The possibility of relocating the Sea Launch platform to the Far East, specifically to the Sovetskaya Harbor, for launching the Soyuz-5 Light rocket is being considered," the source said. According to the s

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2019-04-17 03:59:03



Researchers observe formation of a magnetar 6.5 billion light years away  

Fayetteville AK (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 A University of Arkansas researcher is part of a team of astronomers who have identified an outburst of X-ray emission from a galaxy approximately 6.5 billion light years away, which is consistent with the merger of two neutron stars to form a magnetar - a large neutron star with an extremely powerful magnetic field. Based on this observation, the researchers were able to calculate that mergers

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2019-04-17 03:54:43



Powerful particles and tugging tides may affect extraterrestrial life  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 Since its discovery in 2016, planetary scientists have been excited about TRAPPIST-1, a system where seven Earth-sized rocky planets orbit a cool star. Three of the planets are in the habitable zone, the region of space where liquid water can flow on the planets' surfaces. But two new studies by scientists in the University of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Laboratory may lead astronomers to rede

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2019-04-17 03:52:35



Extending North Korea's Satellite Ban  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 When will North Korea launch its next satellite? There hasn't been a launch since early 2016. Recently, boffins became interested in some new construction at North Korea's satellite launch complex, which suggested a launch could be ready soon. The failure of the recent US-North Korean summit in Hanoi to produce a positive result for North Korea could have also prompted a launch. And so we

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2019-04-17 03:43:37



TESS discovers its first Earth-sized planet  

Boston MA (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, TESS, has discovered its first Earth-sized exoplanet. The planet, named HD 21749c, is the smallest world outside our solar system that TESS has identified yet. In a paper published in the journal Astrophysical Journal Letters, an MIT-led team of astronomers reports that the new planet orbits the star HD 21749 - a very nearby star, just 52 light years

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2019-04-17 03:40:43



Oil-eating bacteria found at the bottom of the ocean  

Washington (UPI) Apr 12, 2019 Scientists have discovered oil-eating bacteria in the planet's deepest oceanic trench, the Mariana Trench. An international team of researchers, including scientists from Britain, China and Russia, used a submersible to collect microbial samples from the trench, which bottoms out at 6.8 miles below sea level. For reference, the peak of Mount Everest is 5.5 miles above sea level.

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2019-04-17 03:40:36



CubeSats prove their worth for scientific missions  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 Only a few years ago, the astronomy and heliophysics communities were skeptical about whether CubeSats could reliably obtain scientific data. But these breadloaf-size satellites have proven their ability to return useful data. During the American Physical Society's April Meeting 2019, being held April 13-16, in Denver, Colorado, Christopher S. Moore, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard-Sm

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2019-04-17 03:15:44



A new signal for a neutron star collision discovered  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 A bright burst of X-rays has been discovered by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory in a galaxy 6.6 billion light years from Earth. This event likely signaled the merger of two neutron stars and could give astronomers fresh insight into how neutron stars - dense stellar objects packed mainly with neutrons - are built. When two neutron stars merge they produce jets of high energy particles and

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2019-04-17 02:54:20



Singapore and Australian scientists build a machine to see all possible futures  

Singapore (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 In the 2018 movie Infinity War, a scene featured Dr. Strange looking into 14 million possible futures to search for a single timeline where the heroes would be victorious. Perhaps he would have had an easier time with help from a quantum computer. A team of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Griffith University in Australia have constructed a prototy

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2019-04-17 02:48:34



Deep space X-ray burst gives astronomers new signal to detect neutron star mergers  

Las Vegas NV (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 An international team of astronomers, including faculty and alumni from UNLV, has discovered a new way to spot when collisions occur in distant galaxies between two neutron stars - incredibly dense, city-sized celestial bodies that possess the most powerful magnetic fields in the universe. A bright burst of X-rays captured by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory in a galaxy located 6.6 billion

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2019-04-17 02:40:41



NASA 'Nose' importance of humans, robots exploring together  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 NASA is sending humans forward to the Moon, this time to stay. Upcoming expeditions to the Moon will require making every moment of astronaut time outside the safety of the Gateway in orbit and lunar lander system on the surface count. Robotics will enable lunar crews to do more while minimizing their risk. NASA's Satellite Servicing Projects Division is teaming up with the International S

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2019-04-17 02:34:27



NASA accelerates pace of Core Stage production with new tool  

New Orleans LA (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 The boat-tail structure, a fairing-like cover designed to protect the bottom end of the core stage and the RS-25 engines, has been joined to one of the most complicated and intricate parts of NASA's Space Launch System, the engine section. The engine section comprises the lowest portion of the massive core stage of the deep space rocket. It houses four RS-25 engines that will produce 2 mil

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2019-04-17 02:21:35



Kepler and Magellan to fly innovative smart radiator device on satellite mission  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 Kepler Communications ("Kepler"), a Canadian satellite telecommunications provider, and Magellan Aerospace Corporation have signed a Letter of Intention to fly an innovative Smart Radiator Device (SRD) on Kepler's third satellite, scheduled for launch later this year. The unique SRD, designed to significantly improve temperature management on-board future satellites, is being developed by

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2019-04-17 02:14:36



Astronomers discover third planet in the Kepler-47 circumbinary system  

San Diego CA (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 Astronomers have discovered a third planet in the Kepler-47 system, securing the system's title as the most interesting of the binary-star worlds. Using data from NASA's Kepler space telescope, a team of researchers, led by astronomers at San Diego State University, detected the new Neptune-to-Saturn-size planet orbiting between two previously known planets. With its three planets orbiting

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2019-04-17 01:54:55



SpaceX loses Falcon Heavy rocket center core booster in Atlantic  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Apr 17, 2019 After the successful landing of all three first stages of its Falcon Heavy megarocket last Thursday (April 11) during the huge launcher's first commercial mission, Elon Musk's company met with misfortune in the rough seas. Two of the boosters, landed off the Florida coast, successfully made their way back home. However, another one - the central core - touched down on a "drone ship" in the

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2019-04-17 01:50:11



NASA accepts challenge of sending American astronauts to Moon in 2024  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 17, 2019 The president directed NASA to land American astronauts on the Moon by 2024, and the agency is working to accelerate humanity's return to the lunar surface by all means necessary. "We've been given an ambitious and exciting goal. History has proven when we're given a task by the president, along with the resources and the tools, we can deliver," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. "We

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2019-04-17 01:37:16



10 Things You Should Know About Planetary Defense  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Why do asteroids and meteoroids collide with Earth? These objects orbit the Sun just like the planets, as they have been doing for billions of years, but small effects such as gravitational nudges from the planets can jostle the orbits, making them gradually shift over million-year timescales or abruptly reposition if there is a close planetary encounter. Over time

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2019-04-16 14:56:44



NASA's 'Twins Study,' landmark research for an eventual Mars mission  

Washington (AFP) April 11, 2019 A NASA study of a US astronaut who spent a year in space while his twin brother remained on Earth is providing valuable insights into the effects of extended spaceflight on the human body, a key to planning a future manned mission to Mars, researchers said Thursday. US astronaut Scott Kelly spent a year on the International Space Station while his identical twin Mark Kelly, also a former NAS

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2019-04-16 14:45:55



Drop test proves technologies for reusable microlauncher  

Madrid (ESA) Apr 15, 2019 Spain's PLD Space, supported by ESA, has demonstrated the technologies for a reusable first stage of their orbital microlauncher, Miura 5. Miura 5 (formerly Arion 2) is aimed to provide dedicated launches for small satellites of up to 300 kg to low Earth orbit, in 2021. It weighs 14 t at liftoff, and is powered by liquid oxygen-kerosene engines. This drop test was carried out yesterd

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2019-04-16 13:27:40



U.S. Defense officials lay out plans for Space Force  

Washington (UPI) Apr 12, 2019 Top Defense Department officials have detailed plans to develop the Space Force, including a massive network of satellites, recognizing that the "status quo is not sufficient" to confront adversaries in outer space. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick M. Shanahan on Thursday appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee with Marine Corps Gen. Joe Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs

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2019-04-16 12:01:31



Three Teams Qualify to Compete in DARPA Launch Challenge  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 The DARPA Launch Challenge aims to fundamentally shift military space capabilities to enable on-demand, flexible, and responsive launch of small payloads. Three competitors successfully completed the qualification phase and will attempt to launch to low-Earth orbit from two different U.S. locations within a matter of weeks. Teams will receive notice of the first launch site a few weeks pri

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2019-04-16 11:46:39



NASA's Webb Telescope Mirrors Utilize Innovative Space Shielding  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 To observe objects in the distant cosmos, and to do science that's never been done before, NASA's James Webb Space Telescopes' scientific instruments need to be cooled down to a temperature so cold, it would freeze the oxygen in Earth's atmosphere solid. Intentionally chilling the telescope mirrors and instruments with innovative technologies and intelligent spacecraft design allows them t

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2019-04-16 09:58:57



China's Chang'e-4 probe switches to dormant mode  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 15, 2019 The lander and the rover of the Chang'e-4 probe switched to dormant mode for the lunar night on Friday, with the rover traveling an accumulated 178.9 meters on the far side of the moon. The rover Yutu-2, or Jade Rabbit-2, is expected to awaken again on April 28, and the lander to awaken the following day, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Program Center of the China National Spa

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2019-04-16 09:22:04



RRM3 can no longer perform a cryogenic fuel transfer  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 15, 2019 On April 8, the Robotic Refueling Mission 3 (RRM3) aboard the International Space Station started experiencing issues powering up its cryogen coolers that maintain the temperature of liquid methane contained within the module. After several troubleshooting attempts, it was determined the coolers could not be powered up. As a result, the temperature of the liquid began to rise. The liquid m

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2019-04-16 08:41:57



Are brown dwarfs failed stars or super-planets?  

Heidelberg, Germany (SPX) Apr 10, 2019 Brown dwarfs fill the "gap" between stars and the much smaller planets - two very different types of astronomical objects. But how they originate has yet to be fully explained. Astronomers from Heidelberg University may now be able to answer that question. They discovered that the star Zeta Ophiuchi in the Milky Way is being orbited by two brown dwarfs, which in all probability formed along with

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2019-04-16 06:07:23



When debris overwhelms space exploitation  

Bethesda MD (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 We see more and more reports of debris concern among satellite operators and space observers. Add to this the many recent announcements of multiple broadband satellite constellations that are being funded and developed for launch in the next few years. Just focusing on low Earth orbits (LEO), there are an estimated 15,000 satellites in the works. For example, Amazon is planning to launch 3

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2019-04-16 03:53:47



US Astronauts Have 15 Minutes to Evacuate to Russian Part of ISS If NH3 Leaks  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 16, 2019 Russian Rocket and Space Corporation (RSC) Energia has developed a system to purify air at the International Space Station (ISS) in the event of ammonia (NH3) leakage due to a possible decompression of the US thermal control system. "In the event of a depressurization of the heat exchanger between the external and internal circuits... the US crew can be saved with a fairly quick evacuation

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2019-04-16 03:51:47



FEDOR Space Rescuer: Roscosmos 'Trains' Anthropomorphic Robot for Manned Mission  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 15, 2019 Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos and Rocket and Space Corporation Energia have received FEDOR (Final Experimental Demonstration Object Research) anthropomorphic robot for its potential use in manned space missions, Roscosmos Director General Dmitry Rogozin said on Thursday. "FEDOR - anthropomorphic rescue robot developed by the Android Technology R and D Company as well as the Rus

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2019-04-16 03:50:36



International Space Station's US Segment Leaked Dozens of Kilograms of Methane  

Washington DC (Sputnik) Apr 16, 2019 The section where the incident took place was designed to test experimental technologies related to refuelling spacecraft with methane using special techniques allowing for the preservation of fuel in tanks for lengthy periods of time. The RRM-3 module of the American section of the International Space Station (ISS) has leaked several dozens of kilograms of methane into space, a source in

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2019-04-16 03:26:41



Asteroids help scientists measure distant stars  

Newark DE (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Look up at the sky on a clear night, and you'll see lots of stars. Sometimes they seem almost within reach or at least a short rocket ride. But the closest star to Earth - not counting our sun - is more than four light years away, at a distance of 25 trillion miles. There are more than 100 billion stars in our Milky Way Galaxy, and, while we have learned much about them, there are relative

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2019-04-16 03:18:33



Meteoroid strikes eject precious water from moon  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Researchers from NASA and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, report that streams of meteoroids striking the Moon infuse the thin lunar atmosphere with a short-lived water vapor. The findings will help scientists understand the history of lunar water - a potential resource for sustaining long term operations on the Moon and human exploration of deep

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2019-04-16 02:59:05



Tiny fragment of a comet found inside a meteorite  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 A tiny piece of the building blocks from which comets formed has been discovered inside a primitive meteorite. The discovery by a Carnegie Institution of Science-led team, including a researcher now at Arizona State University, was published April 15 in Nature Astronomy. The finding could offer clues to the formation, structure, and evolution of the solar system. "The meteorite is na

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2019-04-16 02:43:26



Asteroids Help Scientists Measure Diameters of Faraway Stars  

Hamburg, Germany (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Using the unique capabilities of telescopes specialised on cosmic gamma rays, scientists have measured the smallest apparent size of a star on the night sky to date. The measurements with the Very Energetic Radiation Imaging Telescope Array System (VERITAS) reveal the diameters of a giant star 2,674 light-years away and of a Sun-like star at a distance of 700 light-years. The study establi

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2019-04-16 02:41:13



Moon's South Pole in NASA's Landing Sites  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 NASA is working right now to send American astronauts to the surface of the Moon in five years, and the agency has its sights set on a place no humans have ever gone before: the lunar South Pole. Water is a critical resource for long-term exploration, and that's one of the main reasons NASA will send astronauts to the Moon's South Pole by 2024. Water is a necessity for furthering human exp

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2019-04-16 02:35:04



NASA Takes Advantage of Innovative 3-D Printing Process for SLS Rocket  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 America's powerful new deep space rocket, NASA's Space Launch System, will face harsh conditions and extreme temperatures in flight when launching NASA's Orion spacecraft and potential cargo to lunar orbit, and for that, it'll need strong protection. Technicians and engineers have qualified 3D printing to aid in the application of the thermal protection system to the smaller, more intricat

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2019-04-16 02:33:06



Travel through wormholes is possible, but slow  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 A Harvard physicist has shown that wormholes can exist: tunnels in curved space-time, connecting two distant places, through which travel is possible. But don't pack your bags for a trip to other side of the galaxy yet; although it's theoretically possible, it's not useful for humans to travel through, said the author of the study, Daniel Jafferis, from Harvard University, written in colla

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2019-04-16 02:30:49



NEOWISE Celebrates Five Years of Asteroid Data  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 16, 2019 NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) mission released its fifth year of survey data on April 11, 2019. The five years of NEOWISE data have significantly advanced scientists' knowledge of asteroids and comets in the solar system, as well as the stars and galaxies beyond. "NEOWISE recently surpassed 95 billion recorded measurements of asteroids, comets, star

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2019-04-16 01:47:24



Challenging Ourselves to Create the Next Generation of Lunar Explorers  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Space exploration brings humanity some of its greatest challenges and opportunities. We faced this hard fact on April 11 when the Beresheet spacecraft developed by Israel's SpaceIL failed to successfully land on the Moon's surface. While the Beresheet spacecraft can claim many accomplishments, including being the first privately funded lunar spacecraft, we can learn many things from its fa

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2019-04-16 01:45:42



Satellite built by Virginia Tech undergraduates ready for launch into space  

Blacksburg VA (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 In a giant leap for Virginia Tech, the first satellite built by undergraduate students is scheduled to be launched into space on April 17, 2019. One small step closer to reaching space, a group of Virginia Tech undergraduate students recently delivered their small satellite to Houston to be incorporated into NanoRacks' commercially developed CubeSat deployer. Virginia Tech's satellite, alo

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2019-04-16 01:39:07



NASA's Cassini Reveals Surprises with Titan's Lakes  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 16, 2019 On its final flyby of Saturn's largest moon in 2017, NASA's Cassini spacecraft gathered radar data revealing that the small liquid lakes in Titan's northern hemisphere are surprisingly deep, perched atop hills and filled with methane. The new findings, published April 15 in Nature Astronomy, are the first confirmation of just how deep some of Titan's lakes are (more than 300 feet, or 100 m

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2019-04-16 01:17:35



Space Flight Laboratory Reaches Century Milestone in Microspace Operations  

Toronto, Canada (SPX) Apr 16, 2019 Microspace missions developed and launched by Space Flight Laboratory (SFL) have achieved 100 cumulative years of on-orbit operations. Over two decades, SFL has developed 25 nano- and microsatellites that have been launched for space science, Earth observation, communication, radio frequency geolocation, environmental monitoring, technology demonstration, and ship detection. SFL was establ

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2019-04-16 01:01:13



Northrop Grumman Carries Technology, Scientific Investigations on Mission to Space Station  

Wallops Island VA (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 A Northrop Grumman Cygnus spacecraft scheduled to liftoff on April 17 carries supplies and scientific experiments to the International Space Station. It uses a new late load capability that allows time-sensitive experiments to be loaded just 24 hours before liftoff. Previously, all cargo had to be loaded about four days prior to launch, creating challenges for some types of experiments. Th

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2019-04-15 10:58:20



New Super-Accurate Optical Atomic Clocks Pass Critical Test  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Researchers have measured an optical clock's ticking with record-breaking accuracy while also showing the clock can be operated with unprecedented consistency. These achievements represent a significant step toward demonstrating that the new generation of optical atomic clocks are accurate and robust enough to be used to redefine the official length of a second, which is currently based on micro

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2019-04-15 08:56:46



NATO to use THAAD in Romania this summer  

Washington (UPI) Apr 11, 2019 The United States will temporarily deploy its THAAD anti-missile protection system in Romania this summer, U.S. European Command said Thursday. The land-based THAAD system, which stands for Terminal High Altitude Area Defense, will be used by NATO for its Ballistic Missile Defense systems while the international alliance's existing Aegis Ashore Missile Defense System goes through mainte

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2019-04-15 08:34:51



Billionaire plans second mission to the moon for Israel  

Washington (UPI) Apr 12, 2019 Billionaire Morris Kahn has announced plans for a second attempt to successfully land a spacecraft, Beresheet 2, on the moon for Israel - a project that might take two years. On Saturday, the SpaceIL chairman said on Channel 12's Meet the Press, "we started something and we need to finish it. We'll put our flag on the moon." The 5-foot-tall Beresheet 1, the world's first private

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2019-04-15 08:30:26



Canadian Space Agency Sees Science Cooperation With Russia as Area of Growth  

Colorado Springs CO (Sputnik) Apr 12, 2019 The Canadian Space Agency considers the cooperation with Russia on space science as a promising area of growth, agency's President Sylvain Laporte told Sputnik. "We are getting into a lot of science missions, for example. And I do know that our researchers both in Canada and in Russia collaborate a lot on writing different types of papers [...] So the collaboration is there. But the founda

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2019-04-15 08:21:42



Roscosmos, S7 Group Mull Developing Reusable Commercial Space Vehicle  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 15, 2019 Russia's State Space Corporation Roscosmos and S7 Group are planning to develop the Soyuz-5 Light reusable launch vehicle based on the Soyuz-5 carrier rocket, Roscosmos General Director Dmitry Rogozin told Sputnik. "They [S7 Group] will be very useful to us from the point of view of developing Soyuz-5 Light, a lightweight commercial version of the [Soyuz-5] rocket [...] We want to advance

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2019-04-15 06:14:45



Senate committee recognizes importance of space while offering divergent views on Space Force  

Washington (AFNS) Apr 12, 2019 The Senate Armed Services Committee acknowledged April 11 that maintaining U.S. superiority in space is a national imperative but expressed skepticism that creating a Space Force as a new, sixth branch of military is the best approach for achieving that goal. The hearing was one of the first - and most high profile to date - focusing solely on the administration's plan to create a Space Fo

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2019-04-15 06:09:08



UAE Names First Astronaut to Fly to ISS on Board Russian Soyuz Vehicle  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 15, 2019 The United Arab Emirates' Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) said that Hazzaa AlMansoori will be the country's first astronaut to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) on board the Russian Soyuz MS-15 spacecraft. "@MBRSpaceCentre announces that it has selected Hazzaa AlMansoori as the prime astronaut and Sultan AlNeyadi as the backup astronaut for the International Space Stati

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2019-04-15 05:28:02



World's largest plane makes first test flight  

Washington (AFP) April 13, 2019 The world's largest airplane - a Stratolaunch behemoth with two fuselages and six Boeing 747 engines - made its first test flight on Saturday in California. The mega jet carried out its maiden voyage over the Mojave desert. It is designed to carry into space, and drop, a rocket that would in turn ignite to deploy satellites. It is supposed to provide a more flexible way to deploy s

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2019-04-15 04:30:35



Rocket break-up provides rare chance to test debris formation  

Paris (ESA) Apr 15, 2019 The discarded 'upper stage' from a rocket launched almost ten years ago has recently crumbled to pieces. "Leaving a trail of debris in its wake, this fragmentation event provides space debris experts with a rare opportunity to test their understanding of such hugely important processes", explains Tim Flohrer, ESA's Senior Space Debris Monitoring Expert. Fragmentation events like this

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2019-04-15 04:13:06



Battle for space more stealth than Star Wars  

Colorado Springs (AFP) April 10, 2019 At tens of thousands of kilometers above the Earth, a Russian satellite slowly approached the French-Italian satellite Athena-Fidus in October 2017, a move France later denounced as "an act of espionage." What is less widely known is that just a few days before that, the same Russian satellite - known as Luch or Olymp-K - had been approached by an American military satellite named GSSAP, w

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2019-04-15 03:21:01



Erdogan says Russian S-400s delivery could be earlier  

Ankara (AFP) April 10, 2019 President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the delivery of Turkey's disputed Russian S-400 missile defence systems could be earlier than initially planned, Hurriyet daily reported on Wednesday. Ankara's purchase of the S-400s risks US sanctions and has further strained already tense relations with Washington. US officials are concerned over the incompatibility of the S-400s with NATO military h

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2019-04-15 02:30:56



Russia Developing Launch Vehicles Similar to Falcon Heavy - Deputy PM  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 15, 2019 The launch of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy heavy-lift vehicle is a major success for the US space industry but Russia is also developing its own launch vehicles with reusable elements, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov said on Friday. "Of course, we are working on it [projects on launch vehicles with reusable boosters]... And as for our [US] colleagues, we can only be happy for them, it

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2019-04-15 02:13:47



Virgin Orbit adds Guam as low inclination launch site for Launcherone Smallsat launch service  

Long Beach CA (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Virgin Orbit, Sir Richard Branson's small satellite launch company, announced that the Pacific island of Guam will become an additional launch site for the company's LauncherOne service. With its remote location and close proximity to the equator, Guam serves as an excellent base of operations from which the company's unique, 747-launched rocket can efficiently serve all inclinations, a bo

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2019-04-15 02:01:40



NASA Sees El Nino Conditions Prevail in the Central Pacific Ocean  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 An El Nino that began to form last fall has matured and is now fully entrenched across the Pacific Ocean. Changes in sea surface temperatures (SSTs) brought about by an El Nino affect the atmosphere, resulting in distinctive changes in the rainfall pattern across the Pacific Basin. These changes show up as anomalies or deviations in NASA's analysis of climatological rainfall. In a typical

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2019-04-14 13:39:31



NASA's Landmark Twins Study Reveals Resilience of Human Body in Space  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Results from NASA's landmark Twins Study, which took place from 2015-2016, were published Thursday in Science. The integrated paper - encompassing work from 10 research teams - reveals some interesting, surprising and reassuring data about how one human body adapted to - and recovered from - the extreme environment of space. The Twins Study provides the first integrated biomolecular view i

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2019-04-14 13:09:49



State Dept. approves $1.1B sale of SM-3 anti-ballistic missiles to Japan  

Washington (UPI) Apr 10, 2019 The State Department approved the sale of anti-ballistic missiles to Japan, pending Congressional approval, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency announced. The sale, announced Tuesday, includes up to 56 SM-3 Block IB interceptor missiles, with missile canisters, technical assistance and support at an estimated cost of $1.150 billion. Raytheon Missile Systems, of Tucson, Ariz., would

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2019-04-14 09:07:39



Declassified U2 spy plane images reveal bygone Middle Eastern archaeological features  

Philadelphia PA (SPX) Apr 09, 2019 In the 1950s and early '60s, with the Cold War at its peak, the United States flew U2 spy planes across Europe, the Middle East, and central eastern Asia, taking images of interesting military targets. Though the missions typically connected Point A to Point B, say an air field and an important city, in many cases the camera kept recording between those spots, capturing thousands of photos of th

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2019-04-14 08:22:04



Astronaut twins study yields new insights and portable DNA sequencing tools  

Ithaca NY (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Long-term spaceflight causes more changes to gene expression than shorter trips, especially to the immune system and DNA repair systems, according to research by Weill Cornell Medicine and NASA investigators as part of NASA's Twins Study, which followed the only set of identical twin astronauts for more than a year. Dr. Christopher Mason, an associate professor of physiology and biophysics

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2019-04-14 01:04:14



New model accurately predicts harmful space weather  

Los Alamos NM (SPX) Apr 10, 2019 A new, first-of-its-kind space weather model reliably predicts space storms of high-energy particles that are harmful to many satellites and spacecraft orbiting in the Earth's outer radiation belt. A paper recently published in the journal Space Weather details how the model can accurately give a one-day warning prior to a space storm of ultra-high-speed electrons, often referred to as "ki

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2019-04-13 11:25:13



Robots to autocomplete Soldier tasks, new study suggests  

Adelphi MD (SPX) Apr 08, 2019 Smart phones autocorrect in texting, search engines autocomplete queries, and mapping applications redirect navigation in real-time to avoid slowed traffic. These ubiquitous AI-based technologies adapt to everyday needs and learn user habits by focusing on making the algorithm better, but Army researchers want to enhance AI by providing more information about the intent of the user. New re

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2019-04-13 10:29:55



Public Invited to Help Name Solar System's Largest Unnamed World  

Pasadena CA (SPX) Apr 10, 2019 More than 10 years since its discovery, (225088) 2007 OR10 is the largest minor planet in our solar system without a name, and the 3 astronomers who discovered it want the public's help to change that. In an article published by The Planetary Society today, Meg Schwamb, a planetary scientist who helped discover 2007 OR10, announced a campaign inviting the public to pick the best name to submit t

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2019-04-13 08:18:27



Bridgestone Joins International Space Exploration Mission with JAXA and Toyota  

Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Bridgestone Corporation has announced that it will take part in an international space exploration mission together with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Toyota Motor Corporation. Recently announced by JAXA and Toyota, the goals of this mission are to expand the domain of human activity and develop intellectual property on space exploration. Bridgestone's mission assignment is t

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2019-04-13 06:42:05



ESA oversees teaching of Europe's next top solderers  

Paris (ESA) Apr 08, 2019 Satellites are among the most complex machines ever designed, but in key respects they are still hand-made. A set of ESA-approved training schools train and certify the best solderers in Europe, to ensure they have sufficient ability to work on electronic hardware for space missions. More than a thousand operators and inspectors take the courses annually. The resulting highly-skilled perso

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2019-04-13 04:20:39



First results from the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter  

Paris (ESA) Apr 12, 2019 New evidence of the impact of the recent planet-encompassing dust storm on water in the atmosphere, and a surprising lack of methane, are among the scientific highlights of the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter's first year in orbit. Two papers are published in the journal Nature describing the new results, and reported in a dedicated press briefing at the European Geosciences Union in Vienna.

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2019-04-13 04:12:07



Samara scientists research how building material for planets appears in the universe  

Samara, Russia (SPX) Apr 10, 2019 The international team of scientists proposed a sequence of transformations starting from a chemical compound - a triphenylene molecule - to graphene nanoparticles, soot, and carbon dust, which are building materials for a considerable part of meteorites. The team of scientists of Samara National Research University, Florida International University, the University of Hawaii and Lawrence N

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2019-04-13 03:18:44



Six Air Force Bases Being Considered to House Space Command - Reports  

Colorado Springs CO (Sputnik) Apr 10, 2019 The US Air Force has reportedly identified six military bases that could house the US Defense Department's newest combatant command, the US Space Command, according to an Air Force memorandum obtained by CNN. US Air Force officials are currently considering four locations in Colorado, namely the Buckley Air Force Base, Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Station, Peterson Air Force Base and Schrie

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2019-04-13 03:16:41



NASA Twins Study finds spaceflight affects gut bacteria  

Chicago IL (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 Research from NASA's landmark Twins Study found that extended spaceflight affects the human gut microbiome. During his yearlong stay on the International Space Station (ISS), astronaut Scott Kelly experienced a shift in the ratio of two major categories of bacteria in his gut microbiome. The diversity of bacteria in his microbiome, however, did not change during spaceflight, which the Northweste

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2019-04-13 01:50:07



Tests for the InSight 'Mole'  

Bremen, Germany (SPX) Apr 12, 2019 A blue box, a cubic metre of Mars-like sand, a rock, a fully-functional model of the Mars 'Mole' and a seismometer - these are the main components with which the German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum fur Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is simulating the current situation on Mars. After its first hammering operation on 28 February 2019, the DLR Heat and Physical Properties Package (HP3), the

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2019-04-13 01:49:01



Indian Satellite's Pieces Unlikely to Collide With ISS - Russian Space Agency  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 12, 2019 The likelihood of a collision between pieces of a destroyed Indian satellite and the International Space Station (ISS) is not high but some of these parts are small and hard to track, Sergey Krikalev, director of manned spaceflight at Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos said in an interview with Sputnik on Thursday. "Not all these pieces are possible to track. The reflectivity of the

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2019-04-12 11:35:01



Shanahan, Wilson, Goldfein offer views for ensuring U.S. superiority in space  

Colorado Springs CO (AFNS) Apr 10, 2019 The top echelon of the United States' civilian and military leadership offered unflinching assurances April 9, that America's superiority in space will endure even as competition - and the stakes - for primacy intensify. In remarks to more than 1,500 government, military, industry and international leaders at the 35th Space Symposium, Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan set a tone on

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2019-04-12 10:58:17



UAE mulls buying Soyuz spacecraft to send astronauts to ISS: Roscosmos  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 12, 2019 The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is planning to buy a Soyuz spacecraft and launch services from Russia to send two domestic astronauts to orbit on one mission. The flight will be possible in two years, Sergey Krikalev, director of manned spaceflight at Russian State Space Corporation Roscosmos, said in an interview with Sputnik. "Within the framework of the future flight program, the UAE pla

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2019-04-12 08:19:39



Curiosity Tastes First Sample in 'Clay-Bearing Unit'  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 12, 2019 Scientists working with NASA's Curiosity Mars rover have been excited to explore a region called "the clay-bearing unit" since before the spacecraft launched. Now, the rover has finally tasted its first sample from this part of Mount Sharp. Curiosity drilled a piece of bedrock nicknamed "Aberlady" on Saturday, April 6 (the 2,370th Martian day, or sol, of the mission), and delivered the sam

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2019-04-12 06:30:06






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