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Lack of Oxygen Not a Showstopper For Life  

Moffett Field CA (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 The hot springs of Yellowstone National Park may be extreme environments, but they are host to a diversity of microbes that could shed light on the evolution of life on Earth and, perhaps, what lurks on distant planets. While photosynthetic life cannot tolerate the high temperatures of hot springs, microorganisms that are chemosynthetic - meaning they rely solely on chemicals, rather than

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Call for a sustainable future in space  

Darmstadt, Germany (ESA) Apr 21, 2017 With more than 750 000 pieces of dangerous debris now orbiting Earth, the urgent need for coordinated international action to ensure the long-term sustainability of spaceflight is a major finding from Europe's largest-ever conference on space debris. "We require a coordinated global solution to what is, after all, a global problem that affects critical satellites delivering services to all

2017-04-24 15:55:52
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India to Launch Carrier Rocket With Higher Payload Capacity in May  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Apr 24, 2017 The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) plans to launch a carrier rocket capable of lifting heavy satellites in May, ISRO Chairman Kiran Kumar said on Wednesday. "Next month, we have scheduled the launch of GSLV-Mk III-D1," Kumar said, as cited by the PTI news agency. The GSLV-Mk III-D1, or Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle Mark III, is a launch vehicle developed by ISRO

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Satellite dishes reconnect post-IS Mosul to world  

Mosul, Iraq (AFP) April 20, 2017 Satellite dishes have been sprouting on the rooftops of east Mosul since it was retaken from the Islamic State group, who punished anyone caught with a dish with the lash. "Now we know what is happening in the world," Mohammad Turki says as he installs one in the Al-Qahira district. Since Iraqi forces ousted IS from the half of Mosul that lies east of the Tigris river, residents have rus

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New Look at 2004's Martian Hole-in-One Site  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 24, 2017 A new observation from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) captures the landing platform that the rover Opportunity left behind in Eagle Crater more than 13 years and 27 miles (or 44 kilometers) ago. A series of bounces and tumbles after initial touchdown plunked the airbag-cushioned lander into the crater, a mere 72 feet (22 meters) across, on Jan. 25, 2004, Universal Time (Jan. 24, PST).

2017-04-24 12:34:39
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Airbus Safran Launchers initiates production of the Ariane 6 ground qualification models  

Paris, France (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 With "Maturity Gate 6.1", Airbus Safran Launchers and its industrial partners have passed a major milestone in the development of Ariane 6, under contract with the European Space Agency (ESA). The review confirmed that the maturity of the industrialization of Ariane 6 is sufficient to begin production of the ground qualification models for the future European launcher, in accordance with t

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Aerojet Rocketdyne completes qualification tests on reusable rocket engine  

Sacramento CA (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 Aerojet Rocketdyne has completed hot-fire qualification tests of an engine that demonstrates the ability to meet reusability requirements for Boeing's Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 Starliner crew module propulsion system. The tests were conducted on Aerojet Rocketdyne's MR-104J hydrazine monopropellant engine in Redmond, Washington. For NASA service missions to the International Spac

2017-04-24 10:45:03
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When Swarm met Steve  

Paris (ESA) Apr 24, 2017 Thanks to social media and the power of citizen scientists chasing the northern lights, a new feature was discovered recently. Nobody knew what this strange ribbon of purple light was, so ... it was called Steve. ESA's Swarm magnetic field mission has now also met Steve and is helping to understand the nature of this new-found feature. Speaking at the recent Swarm science meeting in Canada, Eric

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Keck captures rare high-resolution images of exploded star  

Kamuela HI (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 Scientists will now be able to measure how fast the universe is truly expanding with the kind of precision not possible before. This, after an international team of astronomers led by Stockholm University, Sweden, captured four distinct images of a gravitationally lensed Type Ia supernova, named iPTF16geu. To get a high-resolution view, the discovery team used the W. M. Keck Observatory's OSIRIS

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India dreams of harvesting lunar dust to power fusion rectors  

New Delhi (Sputnik) Apr 24, 2017 ISRO is working on mining lunar dust, which is rich in Helium, and transport back it to India, said Dr Sivathanu Pillai, an ISRO scientist who earlier worked as the chief of the Indo-Russian venture, BrahMos Aerospace. "All of India's energy requirements could be met through Helium 3 mined from the moon. By 2030, this processing target will be met, he said while delivering the valedictory

2017-04-24 09:30:59
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Danish Martian Experts Get Their Hands on a Piece of 'Black Beauty'  

Copenhagen (Sputnik) Apr 24, 2017 Humans have yet to set foot on Mars, but meteorites have been, by far, the most frequent visitors from outer space on Earth. Recently, one which has been dubbed "Black Beauty" landed in the hands of Danish researchers. The Natural History Museum (NHM) in Copenhagen has obtained a piece of Mars: it has procured a piece of a famous Martian meteorite, known as "Black Beauty." The NHM acquired

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'I'm Your Venus, I'm Your Fire': Why Earth's Planetary Twin Is So Dangerous  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 24, 2017 Venus and Earth are very similar planets and they are often referred to as twins, as both are similar in size, however Venus harbors a much more sinister side, which makes it hard for any human to ever inhabit the planet and live on it safely. The Soviet Union managed to successfully land eight unmanned spacecrafts on Venus between 1970 and 1982, however the longest any of them lasted on t

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Russian MoD to Further Develop Plesetsk Cosmodrome Infrastructure  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 24, 2017 The Russian Defense Ministry will further develop the infrastructure of the Russian spaceport Plesetsk to increase the number of yearly satellite launches, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said Friday. According to the minister, the infrastructure on Plesetsk Cosmodrome has significantly improved in recent years, currently allowing Russia to launch satellites from the spaceport for m

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Simulated Galaxies Provide Fresh Evidence of Dark Matter  

Durham, UK (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 Observations of the Coma cluster carried out by Swiss astronomer Fritz Zwicky in 1933 implied that the system's total gravitating mass was far larger than that which could be detected from starlight or emission from intra-cluster gas. He proposed "dunkle Materie," or dark matter, as a binding agent for the cluster. As years passed, new and more refined observations of clusters and of indiv

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Hubble's cosmic bubbles  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 24, 2017 This entrancing image shows a few of the tenuous threads that comprise Sh2-308, a faint and wispy shell of gas located 5,200 light-years away in the constellation of Canis Major (The Great Dog). Sh2-308 is a large bubble-like structure wrapped around an extremely large, bright type of star known as a Wolf-Rayet Star - this particular star is called EZ Canis Majoris. These type of stars are

2017-04-24 02:25:52
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics goes back to the Moon  

Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Apr 23, 2017 On April 7, the Swedish Institute of Space Physics successfully delivered the flight model of the Advanced Small Analyzer for Neutrals (ASAN) instrument to the National Space Science Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China. The ASAN instrument will be launched at the end of 2018 onboard the Chinese Chang'e 4 mission to the Moon. Chang'e 4 consists of an orbiter, lander

2017-04-23 07:50:15
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Sky and Space Global 3 Diamonds integrated to launch pod in the Netherlands  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Apr 23, 2017 announce the successful integration of its 3 Diamonds nano-satellites into the launch pod of Innovative Space Logistics BV in the Netherlands. The 3 Diamonds will be transported from the premises of Innovative Space Logistics BV in the Netherlands to India ahead of the upcoming launch, which is scheduled for late May. The nano-satellites will be launched from the Polar Satellite Launch Veh

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Exploring the Milky Way's star factories with GUSTO  

Tempe AZ (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 A missing link lies in the chain of astronomers' understanding of how stars and planetary systems are born, but a team of scientists and engineers from Arizona State University's School of Earth and Space Exploration is on track to help find it. "Astronomers have an idea how the Milky Way Galaxy's giant clouds of dust and molecular gas produce stars," SESE astronomer Chris Groppi said. "Bu

2017-04-23 07:04:32
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Chinese space scientists study human organs in space  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 23, 2017 Scientists around the world are looking for the "keys" to enable humans to regrow tissues or organs lost due to illness or injury, just like gecko can regrow a tail. Their quest now extends into space. Stem cell research on Tianzhou-1, China's first cargo spacecraft, is far from realizing this dream, but it's the first step to explore the possibility. Scientists from the Institute of Zoolo

2017-04-23 06:40:54
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Newly Discovered Exoplanet May be Best Candidate in Search for Signs of Life  

Munich, Germany (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 An exoplanet orbiting a red dwarf star 40 light-years from Earth may be the new holder of the title "best place to look for signs of life beyond the Solar System". Using ESO's HARPS instrument at La Silla, and other telescopes around the world, an international team of astronomers discovered a "super-Earth" orbiting in the habitable zone around the faint star LHS 1140. This world is a litt

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Are human space babies conceivable?  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 23, 2017 As astronauts continue to break records for time spent in space and manned Mars exploration is under discussion, scientists in China have begun a groundbreaking study to determine if humans can reproduce in space. Scientists will for the first time conduct an experiment to induce the differentiation of human embryonic stem cells into germ cells on China's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1

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China's first cargo spacecraft docks with space lab  

Beijing (AFP) April 22, 2017 China's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, successfully completed docking with an orbiting space lab on Saturday, the Beijing Aerospace Control Center said. The Tianzhou-1 was launched from the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province Thursday evening and began to approach the space lab, Tiangong-2, Saturday morning. It made first contact with the space lab at 12:16 pm on Saturda

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Gaia's Snapshot Of Another Galaxy  

Paris (ESA) Apr 21, 2017 While compiling an unprecedented census of one billion stars in our Galaxy, ESA's Gaia mission is also surveying stars beyond our Milky Way. A new image of M33, also known as the Triangulum galaxy, shows tens of thousands of stars detected by Gaia, including a small stellar census in its star-forming region NGC 604. This is a striking example of the mission's potential to detect and characterise

2017-04-23 04:51:47
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Detecting Life in the Driest Place on Earth  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 21, 2017 Few places are as hostile to life as Chile's Atacama Desert. It's the driest place on Earth, and only the hardiest microbes survive there. Its rocky landscape has lain undisturbed for eons, exposed to extreme temperatures and radiation from the sun. If you can find life here, you might be able to find it in an even harsher environment - like the surface of Mars. That's why a team of resear

2017-04-23 04:21:12
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Breakthrough Listen Publishes Initial Results  

New York NY (SPX) Apr 21, 2017 Breakthrough Listen - the initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe - has released its 11 events ranked highest for significance as well as summary data analysis results. It is considered unlikely that any of these signals originate from artificial extraterrestrial sources, but the search continues. Further, Listen has submitted for publication in a leading astrophysics journa

2017-04-23 03:44:45
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Astronomers perform largest-ever survey of high-mass binary star systems  

Sao Paulo, Brazil (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 In addition to solo stars like our Sun, the universe contains binary systems comprising two massive stars that interact with each other. In many binaries the two stars are close enough to exchange matter and may even merge, producing a single high-mass star that spins at great speed. Until now the number of known high-mass binaries has been very small, basically confined to those identified in o

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Scientists to test medicine for bone loss on Tianzhou-1  

Beijing (XNA) Apr 23, 2017 Scientists will test a medicine to treat bone loss during the maiden voyage of China's first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1. The medicine has been specially developed for astronauts, but they hope it will benefit ordinary people too. The main mission of Tianzhou-1 launched on Thursday is to test propellant refueling technology, which is crucial for the construction and operation of China's pl

2017-04-23 03:37:08
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Satellite service boosting special flight operations  

Paris (ESA) Apr 21, 2017 Thanks to ESA, aircraft are using satcoms to share realtime information with other aircraft and ground stations to improve flight operations. The satcom-based Planet service, developed with ESA's help by the Atmosphere company, was originally intended to provide light aircraft with inflight updates on weather conditions and hazards. It is now used for larger aircraft and rotorcraft to supp

2017-04-23 02:31:42
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Cygnus docks with ISS, delivering 28 Cubesats from multiple customers  

Houston TX (SPX) Apr 23, 2017 Orbital ATK's Cygnus (OA-7) spacecraft successfully berthed to the International Space Station (ISS) early this morning after launching Tuesday, April 18th from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. This mission is NanoRacks' largest CubeSat mission to date - carrying 38 CubeSats to be deployed from NanoRacks deployers on both the ISS and on the outside of Cygnus. The lar

2017-04-23 01:19:35
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Cassini Heads Toward Final Close Encounter with Titan  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 20, 2017 NASA's Cassini spacecraft will make its final close flyby of Saturn's haze-enshrouded moon Titan this weekend. The flyby marks the mission's final opportunity for up-close observations of the lakes and seas of liquid hydrocarbons that spread across the moon's northern polar region, and the last chance to use its powerful radar to pierce the haze and make detailed images of the surface. Clo

2017-04-21 06:55:23
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'Super-Earth' orbiting nearby star boosts search for extra-solar life  

Paris (AFP) April 19, 2017 Astronomers on Wednesday announced the discovery of a "super-Earth" orbiting a nearby star which may offer the most promising target yet in the search for life beyond the Solar System. Named LHS 1140b, the planet orbits a star 40 light years away, circling it in the coveted "Goldilocks" zone. This is the distance from a star where the temperature is not too hot, nor too cold, but just ri

2017-04-21 06:34:33
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Alaska Aerospace Pursuing Asian Small Satellite Launch Market  

Anchorage AK (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 Following participation in the 2017 Japan Space Symposium, Alaska Aerospace Corporation (AAC) President and Chief Executive Officer Craig E. Campbell traveled to Hokkaido, Japan with a joint Japanese and American delegation to visit a proposed launch site in the coastal town of Taiki. As part of the itinerary, the delegation toured the headquarters and manufacturing facility of Interstella

2017-04-21 06:16:59
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New membranes can remove viruses from drinking water  

Sede Boqer, Israel (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) have developed novel ultrafiltration membranes that significantly improve the virus-removal process from treated municipal wastewater used for drinking in water-scarce cities. Current membrane filtration methods require intensive energy to adequately remove pathogenic viruses

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United States begins review of nuclear arsenal  

Washington (UPI) Apr 19, 2017 The U.S. Department of Defense will begin examining its nuclear weapon capabilities with its Nuclear Posture Review, the department announced this week. President Donald Trump ordered the review on Jan. 27 shortly after assuming office with the stated goal of ensuring U.S. nuclear capabilities were still an effective deterrent to hostile forces. It was included in a memo regarding execu

2017-04-21 04:59:26
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Can we see a singularity, the most extreme object in the universe?  

Mumbai, India (SPX) Apr 21, 2017 A team of scientists at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Mumbai, India, have found new ways to detect a bare or naked singularity, the most extreme object in the universe. When the fuel of a very massive star is spent, it collapses due to its own gravitational pull and eventually becomes a very small region of arbitrarily high matter density, that is a`Singularity', where

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Oceans Galore: Most Habitable Planets May Lack Dry Land  

London, UK (SPX) Apr 21, 2017 When it comes to exploring exoplanets, it may be wise to take a snorkel along. A new study, published in a paper in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, has used a statistical model to predict that most habitable planets may be dominated by oceans spanning over 90% of their surface area. The author of the study, Dr. Fergus Simpson of the Institute of Cosmos Scienc

2017-04-21 04:25:36
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Two Million Stars On The Move  

Paris (ESA) Apr 21, 2017 The changing face of our Galaxy is revealed in a new video from ESA's Gaia mission. The motion of two million stars is traced 5 million years into the future using data from the Tycho-Gaia Astrometric Solution, one of the products of the first Gaia data release. This provides a preview of the stellar motions that will be revealed in Gaia's future data releases, which will enable scientists to in

2017-04-21 03:12:51
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Researchers Produce Detailed Map of Potential Mars Rover Landing Site  

Providence RI (SPX) Apr 21, 2017 Brown University researchers have published the most detailed geological history to date for a region of Mars known as Northeast Syrtis Major, a spot high on NASA's list of potential landing sites for its next Mars rover to be launched in 2020. The region is home to a striking mineral diversity, including deposits that indicate a variety of past environments that could have hosted life. Us

2017-04-21 02:45:21
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NASA and Partners Survey Space Weather Science  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 NASA has long been a leader in understanding the science of space weather, including research into the potential for induced electrical currents to disrupt our power systems. Last year, NASA scientists worked with scientists and engineers from research institutions and industry during a pair of intensive week-long workshops in order to assess the state of science surrounding this type of space w

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Hydrogen, Hydrogen, Everywhere  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 Sometimes it takes a lot of trees to see the forest. In the case of the latest discovery made by astronomers at the University of Arizona, exactly 732,225. Except that in this case, the "forest" is a veil of diffuse hydrogen gas enshrouding the Milky Way, and each "tree" is another galaxy observed with the 2.5-meter telescope of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. After combining this staggering

2017-04-21 01:36:52
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Russian, American two-man crew reaches ISS  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) April 20, 2017 A Soyuz spacecraft carrying a Russian and an American reached the International Space Station Thursday, completing the first two-man flight to the ISS in over a decade. The Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft with veteran Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA rookie Jack Fischer onboard successfully docked to the ISS at 1319 GMT, Russian space agency Roscosmos said. Manned launches to the ISS

2017-04-20 13:04:44
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Tianzhou-1 space truck soars into orbit  

Wenchang, China (Sputnik) Apr 21, 2017 Commenting on China launching its first cargo spacecraft on April 20, experts told Sputnik that the Tianzhou-1 cargo resupply spacecraft's characteristics are much more sophisticated than those of US cargo spaceships. In an interview with Sputnik, experts specifically focused on the characteristics of China's Tianzhou-1 cargo resupply spacecraft, which they said are much more sophisticated

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China launches first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1  

Wenchang, China (AFP) April 20, 2017 A Chinese rocket successfully sent the country's first cargo spacecraft, Tianzhou-1, into space from the southern island province of Hainan Thursday. Fuelled by liquid oxygen and kerosene, the Long March-7 Y2 carrier rocket blasted off from Hainan's Wenchang Space Launch Center at 7:41 pm (11:41 GMT). Hundreds of spectators who had been waiting to observe the launch since the afternoon

2017-04-20 08:20:10
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NASA images Asteroid 2014 JO25 using radar prior to flyby  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 20, 2017 Radar images of asteroid 2014 JO25 were obtained in the early morning hours on Tuesday, with NASA's 70-meter (230-foot) antenna at the Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex in California. The images reveal a peanut-shaped asteroid that rotates about once every five hours. The images have resolutions as fine as 25 feet (7.5 meters) per pixel. Asteroid 2014 JO25 was discovered in May 2

2017-04-20 07:48:18
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Columbia engineers invent method to control light propagation in waveguides  

New York NY (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 A team of Columbia Engineering researchers, led by Applied Physics Assistant Professor Nanfang Yu, has invented a method to control light propagating in confined pathways, or waveguides, with high efficiency by using nano-antennas. To demonstrate this technique, they built photonic integrated devices that not only had record-small footprints but were also able to maintain optimal performance ove

2017-04-20 07:35:17
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Human prejudices sneak into artificial intelligence systems  

Princeton NJ (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 In debates over the future of artificial intelligence, many experts think of the new systems as coldly logical and objectively rational. But in a new study, researchers have demonstrated how machines can be reflections of us, their creators, in potentially problematic ways. Common machine learning programs, when trained with ordinary human language available online, can acquire cultural bi

2017-04-20 07:05:37
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New study ranks hazardous asteroid effects from least to most destructive  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 If an asteroid struck Earth, which of its effects - scorching heat, flying debris, towering tsunamis - would claim the most lives? A new study has the answer: violent winds and shock waves are the most dangerous effects produced by Earth-impacting asteroids. The study explored seven effects associated with asteroid impacts - heat, pressure shock waves, flying debris, tsunamis, wind blasts,

2017-04-20 06:22:26
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South Korean missile interceptor in final development  

Washington (UPI) Apr 18, 2017 A low-tier missile defense system is reportedly in the final phase of development by South Korea, a military official said earlier this week. According to the Yonhap news service the hit-to-kill missile system will undergo final evaluation next month to determine it's suitability for production and deployment. The evaluation process follows completion of earlier testing of the

2017-04-20 06:19:11
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Landslides on Ceres Reflect Ice Content  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 20, 2017 As NASA's Dawn spacecraft continues exploring Ceres, evidence mounts that the enigmatic dwarf planet retains a significant amount of water ice. A new study in the journal Nature Geoscience adds to this picture, showing how ice may have shaped the variety of landslides seen on Ceres today. "Images from Dawn show that landslides, many of which are similar to those seen on Earth, are very com

2017-04-20 05:43:40
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SAVI camera ditches long lens for distant images  

Houston TX (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 A unique camera that can capture a detailed micron-resolution image from a distance uses a laser and techniques that borrow from holography, microscopy and "Matrix"-style bullet time. A prototype built and tested by engineers at Rice and Northwestern universities reads a spot illuminated by a laser and captures the "speckle" pattern with a camera sensor. Raw data from dozens of camera posi

2017-04-20 05:19:41
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The critical importance of Predictive Power when building NPPs  

Oak Ridge TN (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 Few jobs are more massive than that of building a nuclear power plant, a project that takes years and billions of dollars to complete. But once a new plant is finished, how do engineers know it will operate as designed? In October 2016, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) began full commercial operation of its Watts Bar Unit 2 (WB2) nuclear power plant, the United States' first new nuclea

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NASA Engages the Next Generation with HUNCH  

Huntsville AL (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 NASA is making sure the next generation of high school graduates understand the variety of career paths that can lead to missions exploring space. In fact, hundreds of students are already helping NASA's astronauts live and work aboard the International Space Station - the orbiting research platform making discoveries that benefit Earth while developing the technology that will allow humans to l

2017-04-20 04:06:06
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Investigation on Space Station to test minimizing pressure of space travel  

Cleveland OH (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 Spacecraft rely on liquids for everything from fuel to life support systems for astronauts. Storing these liquids at the correct temperature and pressure is essential to prevent loss of fluids or failure of a storage tank. Human life in space is a balancing act of reliable systems and meticulous planning. Rocket fuel and other liquids used in space are stored at cryogenic temperatures of -

2017-04-20 04:04:43
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Russian, American two-man crew blasts off to ISS  

Baikonur, Kazakhstan (AFP) April 20, 2017 A Russian and an American blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday, the first two-person launch to the International Space Station in over a decade. The Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft carrying veteran Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA rookie Jack Fischer shot into the sky in bright conditions at 0713 GMT. Manned launches to the ISS usually involve three crew

2017-04-20 03:35:51
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Close call: When asteroids whisk past Earth  

Paris (AFP) April 19, 2017 A peanut-shaped asteroid 1.3 kilometres (3,280 feet) across streaked past Earth on Wednesday, giving astronomers a rare chance to check out a big space rock up close. But not too close. Dubbed 2014-JO25, the asteroid came nearest at 12:20 GMT and is now hurtling away from the centre of our solar system, said Ian Carnelli, an astronomer from the European Space Agency (ESA). "It does

2017-04-20 02:53:55
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45th SW supports Atlas V OA-7 launch  

Cape Canaveral AFS, FL (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 The U.S. Air Force's 45th Space Wing supported NASA's successful launch of Orbital ATK's Cygnus spacecraft aboard a United Launch Alliance Atlas V rocket from Space Launch Complex 41 here April 18 at 11:11 a.m. ET. The Atlas V rocket is carrying Cygnus cargo vessel OA-7, the S.S. John Glenn, on the seventh operational cargo delivery flight to the International Space Station in support of N

2017-04-20 02:36:31
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Potentially Habitable Super-Earth is a Prime Target for Atmospheric Study  

Boston MA (SPX) Apr 20, 2017 The study of alien worlds is entering its next phase as astronomers amass the best planets outside our Solar System to look for signs of life. A newly discovered "super-Earth" orbiting in the habitable zone of a nearby small star, has catapulted itself to the top of that list. "This is the most exciting exoplanet I've seen in the past decade," said lead author Jason Dittmann of the Harvard

2017-04-20 01:20:34
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Mars Rover Opportunity Leaves 'Tribulation'  

Pasadena CA (JPL) Apr 20, 2017 NASA's senior Mars rover, Opportunity, is departing "Cape Tribulation," a crater-rim segment it has explored since late 2014, southbound for its next destination, "Perseverance Valley." The rover team plans observations in the valley to determine what type of fluid activity carved it billions of years ago: water, wind, or flowing debris lubricated by water. A color panorama of a ridge call

2017-04-20 01:05:11
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Analysts try to identify N.Korean failed missile type  

Washington (AFP) April 17, 2017 The latest North Korean missile launch may have been of a new and hitherto unknown system being developed by Kim Jong-Un's regime, a weapons expert said Monday. The Pentagon has not discussed which missile blew up "almost immediately" after launch early Sunday from near Sinpo on the North's east coast, and the White House has said only that it was a medium-range device. John Schilling, a

2017-04-19 07:57:53
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Study unravels long-held Fermi puzzle tied to nonlinear systems  

Buffalo NY (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 In physics, the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam-Tsingou (FPUT) problem - which found that certain nonlinear systems do not disperse their energy, but rather return to their initial excited states - has been a challenge that scientists have tackled repeatedly since 1955. The challenge within the FPUT problem was that the scientists expected the system to achieve a relaxed state, possibly equilibrium, but

2017-04-19 05:32:48
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US, South Korea agree early deployment of THAAD: PM Hwang  

Seoul (AFP) April 17, 2017 The United States and South Korea agreed on the early deployment of a controversial US missile defence system in the region, the South's acting president said Monday after talks with visiting US Vice President Mike Pence. "We have agreed to further strengthen the readiness posture of ROK-US alliance that matches the threats posed by North Korea through a swift deployment of THAAD (Terminal H

2017-04-19 04:05:45
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Washington State University physicists create 'negative mass'  

Pullman WA (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Washington State University physicists have created a fluid with negative mass, which is exactly what it sounds like. Push it, and unlike every physical object in the world we know, it doesn't accelerate in the direction it was pushed. It accelerates backwards. The phenomenon is rarely created in laboratory conditions and can be used to explore some of the more challenging concepts of the

2017-04-19 01:07:12
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Waste Cadets: space plans mean more space junk, harder space exploration  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2017 Plans by private space explorers to launch "mega constellations" of thousands of communications satellites to allow for global wireless services could lead to a rise in collisions and buildup of dangerous space junk in Earth's orbit, a study has warned, suggesting corporate interest in space is perhaps somewhat sky high. A variety of companies, including Google, SpaceX, Boeing and Samsung,

2017-04-18 23:18:32
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Hydrogen halo lifts the veil of our galactic home  

Tucson AZ (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 Sometimes it takes a lot of trees to see the forest. In the case of the latest discovery made by astronomers at the University of Arizona, exactly 732,225. Except that in this case, the "forest" is a veil of diffuse hydrogen gas enshrouding the Milky Way, and each "tree" is another galaxy observed with the 2.5-meter telescope of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. After combining this staggering

2017-04-18 20:41:51
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Space debris problem getting worse, say scientists  

Paris (AFP) April 18, 2017 Scientists sounded the alarm Tuesday over the problems posed to space missions from orbital junk - the accumulating debris from mankind's six-decade exploration of the cosmos. In less than a quarter of a century, the number of orbiting fragments large enough to destroy a spacecraft has more than doubled, a conference in Germany heard. And the estimated tally of tiny objects - which can

2017-04-18 20:19:03
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Australia's back in the satellite business with a new launch  

Sydney, Australia (The Conversation) Apr 19, 2017 The first Australian-built satellites to be launched in 15 years are on route to the Internation Space Station where they will be deployed from. Unlike the enormous satellites Australia uses for telecommunications, each of these new satellites is the size of a loaf of bread. But although small, they may provide a key step in enabling Australia's entry into the global satellite market.

2017-04-18 19:20:12
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Creation of carrier rocket for Baiterek Space Complex to cost Russia $500Mln  

Astana (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2017 The director of the joint Kazakh-Russian enterprise JSC Baiterek said that the creation of a carrier rocket for the joint Russian-Kazakh Baiterek Space Complex at the Baikonur cosmodrome will approximately cost Russia $500 million, while the Kazakh side will finance the modernization of the existing facilities at the cosmodrome. The creation of a carrier rocket for the joint Russian-Kazakh

2017-04-18 18:55:25
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Soyuz-FG rocket to be installed at Baikonur on April 17  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2017 The Russian Roscosmos State Corporation announced in a statement on Saturday that a Soyuz-FG carrier rocket with a Soyuz MS-04 space freighter will be transferred and installed at a launch pad of the Baikonur space center on April 17. The launch of the Soyuz MS-04 piloted spacecraft will take place on April 20, at 07:13 GMT. Russian cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and US astronaut Jack F

2017-04-18 16:54:31
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Orbital ATK launches cargo to space station  

Miami (AFP) April 18, 2017 An unmanned Orbital ATK cargo ship rocket packed with food and supplies for the astronauts living at the International Space Station blasted off Tuesday from a NASA launch pad. The barrel-shaped Cygnus spacecraft, nestled atop a white Atlas V rocket, soared into the blue sky over Cape Canaveral, Florida at 11:11 am (1511 GMT). "Liftoff of the Atlas V rocket with Cygnus and the S.S. John

2017-04-18 15:58:57
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Big space rock to streak past Earth on Wednesday  

Paris (AFP) April 18, 2017 An asteroid stretching 650 metres (2,000 feet) across is on track to whoosh past Earth on Wednesday at a safe - but uncomfortably close - distance, according to astronomers. "Although there is no possibility for the asteroid to collide with our planet, this will be a very close approach for an asteroid this size," NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said in a statement. Dubbed 2014-JO25,

2017-04-18 08:58:56
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Raytheon speeds delivery and secures satellite weather data  

Aurora CO (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Raytheon has completed an upgrade and final testing of the data transport and processing system for the Joint Polar Satellite System Common Ground System which provides weather and environmental data used by NASA, NOAA, the U.S. Department of Defense and the agencies' international partners. The upgrade accelerates data processing and dissemination, improves system availability and provide

2017-04-18 07:49:22
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New method can model chemistry in extreme magnetic fields of white dwarfs  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 Most stars become white dwarfs when they reach the end of their stellar life cycle. Astrophysicists determine what elements are present in these collapsed stars by comparing spectra observed from space against either experimentally re-created spectra measured in laboratories on Earth or theoretical spectra generated using computer models based on quantum-chemical principles. Over time, they have

2017-04-18 07:49:16
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Penn researchers provide new insight into dark matter halos  

Philadelphia PA (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Research from the University of Pennsylvania could shed light on the distribution of one of the most mysterious substances in the universe. In the 1970s, scientists noticed something strange about the motion of galaxies. All the matter at the edge of spiral galaxies was rotating just as fast as material in the inner part of the galaxy. But according to the laws of gravity, objects on the outskir

2017-04-18 07:49:07
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Landslides on Ceres reflect hidden ice  

Atlanta GA (SPX) Apr 19, 2017 Massive landslides, similar to those found on Earth, are occurring on the asteroid Ceres. That's according to a new study led by the Georgia Institute of Technology, adding to the growing evidence that Ceres retains a significant amount of water ice. The study is published in the journal Nature Geoscience. It used data from NASA's Dawn spacecraft to identify three different types of landsl

2017-04-18 07:21:52
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Russia and US woo Brazil, hope to use advantageous base for space launches  

Moscow (Sputnik) Apr 19, 2017 Russia, France, the United States and Israel are interested in using Brazil's Alcantara Launch Center (CLA) for space launches, according to Brazilian Defense Minister Raul Jungmann; the CLA is valued internationally for being the closest launch center to the equator. Brazilian Defense Minister Raul Jungmann said that Russia, France, the United States and Israel have signaled their willing

2017-04-18 07:06:39
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ESA helps faster cleaner shipping  

Paris (ESA) Apr 18, 2017 With around 90% of world trade carried by ships, making sure a vessel follows the fastest route has clear economic benefits. By merging measurements from different satellites, ESA is providing key information on ocean currents, which is not only making shipping more efficient but is also helping to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Shipping companies forecast ocean currents down to a depth

2017-04-18 06:55:05
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Banned industrial solvent sheds new light on methane mystery  

Bristol, UK (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Recent studies have explored a range of possible causes. Suggestions have included a rise in oil and natural gas extraction, increased emissions from tropical wetlands or increases in emissions from growing East Asian economies. However, a new paper by an international team of scientists in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) investigates an alternative possibility:

2017-04-18 05:49:18
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High-flying experiments demonstrate potential of balloon-borne infrasound detection  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Experiments conducted high in the skies over New Mexico suggest that balloon-borne sensors could be useful in detecting the infrasound signals generated by small, extraterrestrial debris entering Earth's atmosphere, according to a report at the 2017 Seismological Society of America's(SSA) Annual Meeting. Infrasound, sometimes called low-frequency sound, is sound waves that occur at frequen

2017-04-18 05:03:14
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Ticking Boxes with Tianzhou  

Sydney, Australia (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Fairly soon, we can expect the launch of China's first cargo spaceship, Tianzhou 1. The Tianzhou module will fly from China's new spaceport on Hainan Island aboard a Long March 7 rocket. Tianzhou will dock with the uncrewed Tiangong 2 space laboratory, which is itself smaller than the cargo spacecraft that will soon visit it. Apart from testing the cargo spacecraft and its docking procedures, th

2017-04-18 04:54:55
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SSL completes agreement to partner with DARPA on satellite servicing  

Palo Alto CA (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Space Systems Loral has signed and executed an agreement with the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop advanced capabilities for servicing and maintaining spacecraft in geostationary orbit. Details of the partnership were previously released on February 9, 2017. SSL is a U.S. company, which employs more than 2,000 people in Palo Alto, California, where it has d

2017-04-18 04:27:54
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The most accurate measurement of rare meson decay confirms modern physics  

Cracow, Poland (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 All physical theories are to a greater or lesser extent, but always only simplified representations of reality and, as a consequence, have a specified range of applicability. Many scientists working on the LHCb experiment at CERN had hoped that the just achieved, exceptional accuracy in the measurement of the rare decay of the Bs0 meson would at last delineate the limits of the Standard Model, t

2017-04-18 03:44:40
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Life on Earth is used to gravity - so what happens to our cells and tissues in space?  

Los Angeles CA (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 There's one force whose effects are so deeply entrenched in our everyday lives that we probably don't think much about it at all: gravity. Gravity is the force that causes attraction between masses. It's why when you drop a pen, it falls to the ground. But because gravitational force is proportional to the mass of the object, only large objects like planets create tangible attractions. Thi

2017-04-18 03:31:36
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Evidence for Habitable Region Within Saturn's Moon Enceladus  

San Antonio TX (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Scientists from Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) have discovered hydrogen gas in the plume of material erupting from Saturn's moon Enceladus. Analysis of data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft indicates that the hydrogen is likely produced through chemical reactions between the moon's rocky core and warm water from its subsurface ocean. The SwRI-led team's discovery suggests that Enceladus' ocea

2017-04-18 02:14:32
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Distantly related fish find same evolutionary solution to dark water  

Washington DC (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 Changes in a single color-vision gene demonstrate convergent evolutionary adaptations in widely separated species and across vastly different time scales, according to a study publishing on April 11 in the open access journal PLOS Biology by David Marques of the University of Victoria, British Columbia, and colleagues. The study, which combined genetic analysis with a 19-year-long selectio

2017-04-18 01:45:26
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NASA team explores using LISA Pathfinder as 'comet crumb' detector  

Greenbelt MD (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 LISA Pathfinder, a mission led by ESA (the European Space Agency) with contributions from NASA, has successfully demonstrated critical technologies needed to build a space-based observatory for detecting ripples in space-time called gravitational waves. Now a team of NASA scientists hopes to take advantage of the spacecraft's record-breaking sensitivity to map out the distribution of tiny dust p

2017-04-18 01:30:26
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Supermassive black holes found in 2 tiny galaxies  

Salt Lake City UT (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 Three years ago, a University of Utah-led team discovered that an ultra-compact dwarf galaxy contained a supermassive black hole, then the smallest known galaxy to harbor such a giant black hole. The findings suggested that the dwarfs were likely tiny leftovers of larger galaxies that were stripped of their outer layers after colliding into other, larger galaxies. Now, the same group of U

2017-04-18 01:26:04
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NOAA's GOES-S Satellite in Thermal Vacuum Testing  

Denver CO (SPX) Apr 18, 2017 In March, NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S (GOES-S) satellite was lifted into a thermal vacuum chamber to test its ability to function in the cold void of space in its orbit 22,300 miles above the Earth. The most complicated and challenging test is thermal vacuum where a satellite experiences four cycles of extreme cold to extreme heat in a giant vacuum chamber. T

2017-04-18 01:13:59
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BAE Systems to develop U.S. space, missile defense tech  

Washington (UPI) Apr 12, 2017 BAE Systems received a contract to research and develop new space and missile defense technologies for the U.S. Army, the company announced Wednesday. The enterprise is one of eight contractors to compete for the $3 billion indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity deal. It was awarded by the U.S. Army's Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command, or SMDC/ARSTRAT.

2017-04-15 07:35:19
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France, Japan aim to land probe on Mars moon  

Paris (AFP) April 13, 2017 France and Japan want to recover pieces of a Martian Moon and bring them back to Earth, the head of France's National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) said Thursday. The Martian Moons Exploration project would launch a probe in 2024 destined for Phobos, the largest and closest of two moons circling the Red Planet. Paris and Tokyo signed a preliminary agreement on Monday, and will make a f

2017-04-15 07:24:08
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Large asteroid to hurtle past Earth on April 19  

Paris (AFP) April 14, 2017 An asteroid as big as the Rock of Gibraltar will streak past Earth on April 19 at a safe but uncomfortably close distance, according to astronomers. "Although there is no possibility for the asteroid to collide with our planet, this will be a very close approach for an asteroid this size," NASA said in a statement. Dubbed 2014-JO25 and roughly 650 metres (2,000 feet) across, the asteroid

2017-04-15 06:08:21
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Russia to modernize weaponry for Crimea, Arctic forces  

Washington (UPI) Apr 12, 2017 The Kremlin plans to modernize weaponry and equipment issued to Russian forces in Crimea and the Arctic regions. Russian defense officials disclosed the move during a Defense Ministry Board meeting in Moscow on Wednesday. Discussions focused on an armament program set to take place from 2018 through 2025. According to Russian Army General Sergei Shoigu, the program is necessary f

2017-04-15 06:01:39
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Mars spacecraft's first missions face delays, NASA says  

Washington (AFP) April 14, 2017 NASA will probably delay the first two missions of its Orion deep-space capsule, being developed to send astronauts beyond earth's orbit and eventually to Mars, the US space agency said on Thursday. A report by NASA's Office of Inspector General cited technical as well as budget challenges. The first launch of the Orion spacecraft atop the planned Space Launch System, or SLS - set to be

2017-04-15 05:14:08
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Diamonds coupled using quantum physics  

Vienna, Austria (SPX) Apr 12, 2017 Diamonds with minute flaws could play a crucial role in the future of quantum technology. For some time now, researchers at TU Wien have been studying the quantum properties of such diamonds, but only now have they succeeded in coupling the specific defects in two such diamonds with one another. This is an important prerequisite for the development of new applications, such as highly sensi

2017-04-15 03:53:14
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Aviation poised for 'third revolution': Airbus boss  

Amsterdam (AFP) April 12, 2017 The aerospace industry is on the brink of a "third revolution" and Airbus boss Tom Enders is determined his giant company will play a leading role in its future. "I do genuinely believe that we are at a point where those technological changes and breakthroughs in electric propulsion, autonomous flight, artificial intelligence, machine learning, new materials, all come together, plus the data

2017-04-15 03:39:14
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Lockheed Martin Debuts System to Protect Space Assets  

Colorado Springs CO (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 A growing number of satellite system owners and operators need new capabilities to protect their assets and missions in space. To address this need, Lockheed Martin has introduced iSpace - intelligent Space - which provide defense, civil, commercial, and international customers with sensor data processing, space domain awareness, command and control, and battle management capabilities for

2017-04-15 03:36:56
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Could a Colorado earthquake have been triggered by dinosaur extinction impact?  

San Francisco CA (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 Researchers have found signs of fault displacement at well-known rock outcrops in Colorado that mark the end-Cretaceous asteroid impact that may have hurried the extinction of the dinosaurs. They will present their results in a poster at the 2017 Seismological Society of America's (SSA) Annual Meeting. Norm Sleep of Stanford University and colleagues suggest that the impact, which occurred

2017-04-15 02:44:52
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New map reveals Earth's magnetic field in high resolution  

Washington (UPI) Apr 10, 2017 An international team of researchers have created a high-resolution map of Earth's lithospheric magnetic field. Scientists created the map using a wealth of new data collected by the European Space Agency's Swarm satellites. "Magnetic fields have been measured in space by satellites for the last 50 years, but it is the measurement of magnetic 'gradients' from the three Swarm satellites

2017-04-15 02:25:23
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Proton-nuclei smashups yield clues about 'quark gluon plasma'  

Houston TX (SPX) Apr 12, 2017 Findings from Rice University physicists working at Europe's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are providing new insight about an exotic state of matter called the "quark-gluon plasma" that occurs when protons and neutrons melt. As the most powerful particle accelerator on Earth, the LHC is able to smash together the nuclei of atoms at nearly the speed of the light. The energy released in these

2017-04-15 02:11:23
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First oceans may have been acidic  

Rehovot, Israel (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 One way to understand how ocean acidity can change, for example, in response to rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, is to look to the history of seawater acidity. Dr. Itay Halevy of the Weizmann Institute of Science has looked to the distant past - all the way back to Earth's earliest oceans. The model he developed, together with Dr. Aviv Bachan of Stanford University, suggests that the ea

2017-04-15 02:08:06
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The earliest animals were marine jellies  

Nashville TN (SPX) Apr 13, 2017 When cartoonist and marine-biology teacher Steve Hillenburg created SpongeBob SquarePants in 1999, he may have backed the wrong side of one of the longest-running controversies in the field of evolutionary biology. For the last decade, zoologists have been battling over the question, "What was the oldest branch of the animal family tree?" Was it the sponges, as they had long thought, or wa

2017-04-15 01:10:33
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